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Prof. Kirstie Fryirs
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Geomorphology and river management: applications of the river styles framework
GJ Brierley, KA Fryirs
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
13912013
Buffers, barriers and blankets: The (dis) connectivity of catchment-scale sediment cascades
KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley, NJ Preston, M Kasai
Catena 70 (1), 49-67, 2007
6632007
(Dis) Connectivity in catchment sediment cascades: a fresh look at the sediment delivery problem
K Fryirs
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (1), 30-46, 2013
6352013
Geomorphic analysis of river systems: an approach to reading the landscape
KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley
John Wiley & Sons, 2012
4712012
Landscape connectivity: the geographic basis of geomorphic applications
G Brierley, K Fryirs, V Jain
Area 38 (2), 165-174, 2006
3862006
River styles, a geomorphic approach to catchment characterization: Implications for river rehabilitation in Bega catchment, New South Wales, Australia
GJ Brierley, K Fryirs
Environmental Management 25, 661-679, 2000
3122000
Connectivity as an emergent property of geomorphic systems
E Wohl, G Brierley, D Cadol, TJ Coulthard, T Covino, KA Fryirs, G Grant, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 44 (1), 4-26, 2019
3042019
Catchment-scale (dis) connectivity in sediment flux in the upper Hunter catchment, New South Wales, Australia
KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley, NJ Preston, J Spencer
Geomorphology 84 (3-4), 297-316, 2007
2632007
Variability in sediment delivery and storage along river courses in Bega catchment, NSW, Australia: implications for geomorphic river recovery
K Fryirs, GJ Brierley
Geomorphology 38 (3-4), 237-265, 2001
2442001
A geomorphological framework for river characterization and habitat assessment
JR Thomson, MP Taylor, KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 11 (5), 373-389, 2001
2402001
Application of the River Styles framework as a basis for river management in New South Wales, Australia
G Brierley, K Fryirs, D Outhet, C Massey
Applied Geography 22 (1), 91-122, 2002
2362002
River futures: an integrative scientific approach to river repair
RJ Hobbs
Island Press, 2012
1962012
Geomorphic mapping and taxonomy of fluvial landforms
JM Wheaton, KA Fryirs, G Brierley, SG Bangen, N Bouwes, G O'Brien
Geomorphology 248, 273-295, 2015
1942015
Reading the landscape: Integrating the theory and practice of geomorphology to develop place-based understandings of river systems
G Brierley, K Fryirs, C Cullum, M Tadaki, HQ Huang, B Blue
Progress in Physical Geography 37 (5), 601-621, 2013
1922013
River sensitivity: a lost foundation concept in fluvial geomorphology
KA Fryirs
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (1), 55-70, 2017
1912017
Don’t fight the site: three geomorphic considerations in catchment-scale river rehabilitation planning
G Brierley, K Fryirs
Environmental Management 43, 1201-1218, 2009
1682009
Post‐European changes to the fluvial geomorphology of Bega catchment, Australia: implications for river ecology
GJ Brierley, T Cohen, K Fryirs, A Brooks
Freshwater Biology 41 (4), 839-848, 1999
1421999
Naturalness and place in river rehabilitation
K Fryirs, GJ Brierley
Ecology and Society 14 (1), 2009
1252009
An approach for measuring confinement and assessing the influence of valley setting on river forms and processes
KA Fryirs, JM Wheaton, GJ Brierley
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 41 (5), 701-710, 2016
1232016
Linking geomorphic character, behaviour and condition to fluvial biodiversity: implications for river management
BC Chessman, KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 16 (3), 267-288, 2006
1232006
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