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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.
Using the Weibull distribution to improve the description of riverine wood loads.
A hydrogeomorphic assessment of twenty-first century floods in the UK.
The influence of hydroclimatic variability on flood frequency in the Lower Rhine.
Evidence of Self-Organized Criticality in riverbank mass failures: a matter of perspective?.
Marking time in Geomorphology: should we try to formalise an Anthropocene definition?.
Quantifying different riverbank erosion processes during an extreme flood event.
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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