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Reassessing southern African silcrete geochemistry: implications for silcrete origin and sourcing of silcrete artefacts.
Applying Pattern Oriented Sampling in current fieldwork practice to enable more effective model evaluation in fluvial landscape evolution research.
Stormy geomorphology: geomorphic contributions in an age of climate extremes.
A hydrogeomorphic assessment of twenty-first century floods in the UK.
The influence of hydroclimatic variability on flood frequency in the Lower Rhine.
Marking time in Geomorphology: should we try to formalise an Anthropocene definition?.
Origin and karst geomorphological significance of the enigmatic Australian Nullarbor Plain ‘blowholes’.
Holocene flood histories in south-western USA.
The role of floodplains in attenuating contaminated sediment fluxes in formerly mined drainage basins.
Geomorphology and Earth System Science: a reflection.
Alluvial responses to the changing Earth system.
High-resolution interpretative geomorphological mapping of river valley environments using airborne LiDAR data.
Petrology, geochemistry and environmental significance of silcrete-calcrete intergrade duricrusts at Kang Pan and Tswaane, central Kalahari, Botswana.
The impact of recent climate change on flooding and sediment supply within a Mediterranean mountain catchment, southwestern Crete, Greece.
A cellular model of Holocene upland river basin and alluvial fan evolution.
Late Holocene channel and floodplain development in a wandering gravel-bed river: the River South Tyne at Lambley, northern England.
Chemical remobilization of contaminant metals within floodplain sediments in an incising river system: implications for dating and chemostratigraphy.
NICKPOINT RECESSION IN KARST TERRAINS: AN EXAMPLE FROM THE BUCHAN KARST, SOUTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA.
Channel and floodplain response to recent abrupt climate change: The tyne basin, Northern England.
Discussion. Denudational isostatic rebound of intraplate highlands: The Lachlan river valley, Australia.
Alluvial sediment sources in a glaciated catchment: The voidomatis basin, Northwest Greece.
Sediment transfer and transformation of an alluvial valley floor: The river South Tyne, Northumbria, U.K..
Stormy geomorphology: an introduction to the Special Issue.
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