Heidi Burgess
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Stratification and fine sediment transport mechanisms in a semi‐enclosed tidal lagoon (Pagham Harbour, West Sussex)
SB Mitchell, HM Burgess, DJ Pope
Water and Environment Journal 20 (4), 248-255, 2006
Field studies of velocity, salinity and suspended solids concentration in a shallow tidal channel near tidal flap gates
SB Mitchell, HM Burgess, DJ Pope, A Theodoridou
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 78 (2), 385-395, 2008
Sedimentation rhythms and hydrodynamics in two engineered environments in an open coast managed realignment site
J Dale, HM Burgess, AB Cundy
Marine Geology 383, 120-131, 2017
Sediment structure and physicochemical changes following tidal inundation at a large open coast managed realignment site
J Dale, AB Cundy, KL Spencer, SJ Carr, IW Croudace, HM Burgess, ...
Science of the Total Environment 660, 1419-1432, 2019
Effect On Estuarine Fine‐Sediment Transport Of Intermittent Pump Discharge At Pagham Harbour, West Sussex
SB Mitchell, HM Burgess
Water and Environment Journal 18 (1), 39-43, 2004
Observations of fine-sediment transport in a semi-enclosed sheltered natural harbour (Pagham Harbour, UK)
SB Mitchell, HM Burgess, DJ Pope
Journal of Coastal Research, 141-147, 2004
Understanding the physical processes occurring within a new coastal managed realignment site, Medmerry, Sussex, UK
H Burgess, P Kilkie, T Callaway
Coastal Management: Changing coast, changing climate, changing minds, 263-272, 2016
The evolution of embryonic creek systems in a recently inundated large open coast managed realignment site
J Dale, HM Burgess, NG Burnside, P Kilkie, DJ Nash, AB Cundy
Anthropocene Coasts 1 (1), 16-33, 2018
Accelerated low water corrosion: the microbial sulfur cycle in microcosm
M Smith, M Bardiau, R Brennan, H Burgess, J Caplin, S Ray, T Urios
npj Materials Degradation 3 (1), 1-11, 2019
Analysis of flows and water levels near tidal flap gate
SB Mitchell, E Tinton, H Burgess
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Maritime Engineering 159 …, 2006
The influence of tides and wind speed on fine-sediment transport in a semi-enclosed natural harbour (Pagham Harbour, UK)
HM Burgess, SB Mitchell, DJ Pope
WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment 58, 2002
Hydrodynamics and sedimentary processes in the main drainage channel of a large open coast managed realignment site
J Dale, HM Burgess, DJ Nash, AB Cundy
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 215, 100-111, 2018
The use of small-Unmanned Aerial Systems for high resolution analysis for intertidal wetland restoration schemes
J Dale, NG Burnside, CJ Strong, HM Burgess
Ecological Engineering 143, 105695, 2020
The influence of wind induced waves upon the turbidity of an estuarine lagoon, Pagham Harbour, UK
HM Burgess, SB Mitchell, D Pope
Proceedings of RCEM third IAHR Symposium on River, Coastal and Estuarine …, 2003
The Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to Determine Differences in Vegetation Cover: A Tool for Monitoring Coastal Wetland Restoration Schemes
J Dale, NG Burnside, C Hill-Butler, MJ Berg, CJ Strong, HM Burgess
Remote Sensing 12 (24), 4022, 2020
The morphological development of newly inundated intertidal areas: The mechanisms driving the early evolution of an estuarine environment designed and constructed by humans
J Dale, H Burgess, A Cundy
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 779, 2017
The influence of tide, meteorological conditions and hydrodynamics of fine sediment transport in a macro-tidal estuarine lagoon
HM Burgess
University of Brighton, 2004
Investigating prevalent pathogens causing grapevine trunk diseases in Central Coast of California
S Ding, S Seybold, KM Gold, E Alvarez, H Burgess
Plant Health 2020 Online, 2020
The Impact that Geomorphological Development of Managed Realignment Sites has on Fish Habitat
H Burgess, K Nelson, S Colclough, J Dale
Coastal Management 2019: Joining forces to shape our future coasts, 375-389, 2020
The morphological evolution of an artificially breached shingle barrier beach
J Dale, H Burgess, A Cundy
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 766, 2018
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