Angela Gurnell
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Reciprocal interactions and adjustments between fluvial landforms and vegetation dynamics in river corridors: a review of complementary approaches
D Corenblit, E Tabacchi, J Steiger, AM Gurnell
Earth-Science Reviews 84 (1-2), 56-86, 2007
Plants as river system engineers
A Gurnell
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (1), 4-25, 2014
Large wood and fluvial processes
AM Gurnell, H Piégay, FJ Swanson, SV Gregory
Freshwater biology 47 (4), 601-619, 2002
Dams and geomorphology: research progress and future directions
GE Petts, AM Gurnell
Geomorphology 71 (1-2), 27-47, 2005
Changing river channels: The roles of hydrological processes, plants and pioneer fluvial landforms in humid temperate, mixed load, gravel bed rivers
AM Gurnell, W Bertoldi, D Corenblit
Earth-Science Reviews 111 (1-2), 129-141, 2012
Riparian vegetation and island formation along the gravel‐bed Fiume Tagliamento, Italy
AM Gurnell, GE Petts, DM Hannah, BPG Smith, PJ Edwards, J Kollmann, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2001
Feedbacks between geomorphology and biota controlling Earth surface processes and landforms: a review of foundation concepts and current understandings
D Corenblit, ACW Baas, G Bornette, J Darrozes, S Delmotte, RA Francis, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 106 (3-4), 307-331, 2011
The hydrogeomorphological e• ects of beaver dam-building activity
AM Gurnell
Progress in Physical Geography 22 (2), 167-189, 1998
Integrating ecology with hydromorphology: a priority for river science and management
IP Vaughan, M Diamond, AM Gurnell, KA Hall, A Jenkins, NJ Milner, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19 (1), 113-125, 2009
Island-dominated landscapes of large floodplain rivers, a European perspective
AM Gurnell, GE Petts
Freshwater Biology 47 (4), 581-600, 2002
Effects of deposited wood on biocomplexity of river corridors
A Gurnell, K Tockner, P Edwards, G Petts
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3 (7), 377-382, 2005
Ecology and management of wood in world rivers
S Gregory, KL Boyer, AM Gurnell
Large woody debris and river geomorphological pattern: examples from SE France and S. England
H Piegay, AM Gurnell
Geomorphology 19 (1-2), 99-116, 1997
Control of sediment dynamics by vegetation as a key function driving biogeomorphic succession within fluvial corridors
D Corenblit, J Steiger, AM Gurnell, E Tabacchi, L Roques
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2009
Riparian plant invasions: hydrogeomorphological control and ecological impacts
DP Tickner, PG Angold, AM Gurnell, JO Mountford
Progress in physical geography 25 (1), 22-52, 2001
The role of coarse woody debris in forest aquatic habitats: implications for management
AM Gurnell, KJ Gregory, GE Petts
Aquatic conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems 5 (2), 143-166, 1995
The Tagliamento River: a model ecosystem of European importance
K Tockner, JV Ward, DB Arscott, PJ Edwards, J Kollmann, AM Gurnell, ...
Aquatic Sciences 65, 239-253, 2003
Modeling the interactions between river morphodynamics and riparian vegetation
C Camporeale, E Perucca, L Ridolfi, AM Gurnell
Reviews of Geophysics 51 (3), 379-414, 2013
Trees as riparian engineers: the Tagliamento River, Italy
A Gurnell, G Petts
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2006
A conceptual model of solute acquisition by Alpine glacial meltwaters
M Tranter, G Brown, R Raiswell, M Sharp, A Gurnell
Journal of Glaciology 39 (133), 573-581, 1993
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