Robert Grabowski
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Erodibility of cohesive sediment: The importance of sediment properties
RC Grabowski, IG Droppo, G Wharton
Earth-Science Reviews 105 (3-4), 101-120, 2011
4872011
A multi-scale hierarchical framework for developing understanding of river behaviour to support river management
AM Gurnell, M Rinaldi, B Belletti, S Bizzi, B Blamauer, G Braca, AD Buijse, ...
Aquatic sciences 78 (1), 1-16, 2016
1852016
Suspended sediment transport dynamics in rivers: Multi-scale drivers of temporal variation
K Vercruysse, RC Grabowski, RJ Rickson
Earth-Science Reviews 166, 38-52, 2017
1782017
A conceptual model of vegetation–hydrogeomorphology interactions within river corridors
AM Gurnell, D Corenblit, D García de Jalón, M González del Tánago, ...
River research and applications 32 (2), 142-163, 2016
1372016
Characterizing geomorphological change to support sustainable river restoration and management
RC Grabowski, N Surian, AM Gurnell
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 1 (5), 483-512, 2014
992014
The use of remote sensing to characterise hydromorphological properties of European rivers
S Bizzi, L Demarchi, RC Grabowski, CJ Weissteiner, W Van de Bund
Aquatic sciences 78 (1), 57-70, 2016
912016
Is the hyporheic zone relevant beyond the scientific community?
J Lewandowski, S Arnon, E Banks, O Batelaan, A Betterle, T Broecker, ...
Water 11 (11), 2230, 2019
452019
Hydrogeomorphology—Ecology interactions in river systems
RC Grabowski, AM Gurnell
River research and applications 32 (2), 139-141, 2016
442016
Vegetation–hydrogeomorphology interactions in a low‐energy, human‐impacted river
AM Gurnell, RC Grabowski
River Research and Applications 32 (2), 202-215, 2016
402016
Diagnosing problems of fine sediment delivery and transfer in a lowland catchment
RC Grabowski, AM Gurnell
Aquatic sciences 78 (1), 95-106, 2016
382016
The current state of the use of large wood in river restoration and management
RC Grabowski, AM Gurnell, L Burgess‐Gamble, J England, D Holland, ...
Water and Environment Journal 33 (3), 366-377, 2019
362019
A hierarchical multi-scale framework and indicators of hydromorphological processes and forms
AM Gurnell, M Bussettini, B Camenen, MG del Tánago, RC Grabowski, ...
irstea, 2014
332014
Estimation of critical shear stress from cohesive strength meter‐derived erosion thresholds
RC Grabowski, IG Droppo, G Wharton
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 8 (12), 678-685, 2010
292010
Spatial and temporal variations in the erosion threshold of fine riverbed sediments
RC Grabowski, G Wharton, GR Davies, IG Droppo
Journal of Soils and Sediments 12 (7), 1174-1188, 2012
262012
Adaptive management of river flows in Europe: a transferable framework for implementation
MF Summers, IP Holman, RC Grabowski
Journal of Hydrology 531, 696-705, 2015
242015
Incorporating uncertainty into the estimation of the biological reference points F0. 1 and Fmax for the Maine green sea urchin (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) fishery
R Grabowski, Y Chen
Fisheries research 68 (1-3), 367-371, 2004
212004
The impacts of natural flood management approaches on in‐channel sediment quality
VJ Janes, RC Grabowski, J Mant, D Allen, JL Morse, H Haynes
River Research and Applications 33 (1), 89-101, 2017
202017
Using historical data in fluvial geomorphology
RC Grabowski, AM Gurnell
Tools in fluvial geomorphology, 56-75, 2016
192016
1.3. 1. Measuring the shear strength of cohesive sediment in the field
RC Grabowski
192014
Final report on methods, models, tools to assess the hydromorphology of rivers
M Rinaldi, AM Gurnell, B Belletti, MI Berga Cano, S Bizzi, M Bussettini, ...
Deliverable 6.2, a report in five parts of REFORM, 2015
172015
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