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Journal Papers

Armstrong, A., J. N. Quinton, B. C. P. Heng, and J. H. Chandler (accepted). Dominant controls over interrill soil erosion at low slopes. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

Heng, B. C. P., J. H. Chandler, and A. Armstrong (in review). Applying close range digital photogrammetry in soil erosion studies. The Photogrammetric Record.

Armstrong, A. and J. N. Quinton (2009). Pumped rainfall simulators: the impact of rain pulses on sediment concentration and size. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, doi:10.1002/esp.1810.

Heng, B. C. P., G. C. Sander, and C. F. Scott (2009). Modeling overland flow and soil erosion on nonuniform hillslopes: A finite volume scheme. Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2008WR007502.

 

Conference Contributions

Heng, B. C. P., A. Armstrong, J. H. Chandler, J. N. Quinton, G. C. Sander, C. F. Scott, and A. D. Wheatley (2009). Modeling Size-Selective Soil Erosion and Nutrient Transport in Flume-Scale Experiments. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA.

Heng, B. C. P., J. H. Chandler, and A. Armstrong (2009). Applying Close Range Digital Photogrammetry in Soil Erosion Studies. RSPSoc, Leicester, UK.

Armstrong, A. and J. N. Quinton (2009). The impact of slope on soil erosion: results from laboratory rainfall simulations. EGU, Vienna, Austria.

Armstrong, A., B. C. P. Heng, J. N. Quinton, G. C. Sander, and C. F. Scott (2009). Pumped rainfall simulators: the impact of rain pulses on sediment concentration and particle size distribution. EGU, Vienna, Austria.

Heng, B. C. P., C. F. Scott, G. C. Sander, A. D. Wheatley, and J. H. Chandler (2009). Modelling spatial and temporal scale effects in soil erosion. EGU, Vienna, Austria.

Heng, B. C. P., C. F. Scott, G. C. Sander, and T. Zheng (2009). Modelling feedback loops in soil erosion. EGU, Vienna, Austria.

Armstrong, A. and J. N. Quinton (2009). Sediment and nutrient transfer from agricultural land: process insights from laboratory simulations and field experimentation. ASLO Aquatic Sciences Meeting 2009, Nice, France.

Armstrong, A., P. Heng, J. Quinton, J. Chandler, G. Sander, C. Scott, and A. Wheatley (2008). Multi-dimensional Soil Erosion and Associated Chemical Transport: Experiments, Mathematical Modeling and Field Evaluation (MultiSEM). EGU, Vienna, Austria.

 

 

 

 

MultiSEM

Mathematical Modelling, Experiments & Field Evaluation

Multi-dimensional Soil Erosion & Associated Chemical Transport