Fiona Clubb
Fiona Clubb
Assistant Professor, Durham University
Verified email at durham.ac.uk
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Objective extraction of channel heads from high‐resolution topographic data
FJ Clubb, SM Mudd, DT Milodowski, MD Hurst, LJ Slater
Water Resources Research 50 (5), 4283-4304, 2014
812014
Geomorphometric delineation of floodplains and terraces from objectively defined topographic thresholds
FJ Clubb, SM Mudd, DT Milodowski, DA Valters, LJ Slater, MD Hurst, ...
Earth Surface Dynamics 5 (3), 369-385, 2017
462017
How concave are river channels?
SM Mudd, FJ Clubb, B Gailleton, MD Hurst
Earth Surface Dynamics 6 (2), 505-523, 2018
362018
How does grid-resolution modulate the topographic expression of geomorphic processes?
SWD Grieve, SM Mudd, DT Milodowski, FJ Clubb, DJ Furbish
Earth Surface Dynamics 4 (3), 627-653, 2016
352016
The relationship between drainage density, erosion rate, and hilltop curvature: Implications for sediment transport processes
FJ Clubb, SM Mudd, M Attal, DT Milodowski, SWD Grieve
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 121 (10), 1724-1745, 2016
302016
A segmentation approach for the reproducible extraction and quantification of knickpoints from river long profiles
B Gailleton, SM Mudd, FJ Clubb, D Peifer, MD Hurst
Earth Surface Dynamics 7 (1), 211-230, 2019
172019
Detection of channel-hillslope coupling along a tectonic gradient
MD Hurst, SWD Grieve, FJ Clubb, SM Mudd
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 522, 30-39, 2019
102019
How does grid-resolution modulate the topographic expression of geomorphic processes?, Earth Surf. Dynam., 4, 627–653
SWD Grieve, SM Mudd, DT Milodowski, FJ Clubb, DJ Furbish
102016
Clustering River Profiles to Classify Geomorphic Domains
FJ Clubb, B Bookhagen, A Rheinwalt
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 124 (6), 1417-1439, 2019
82019
Controls on zero‐Order Basin morphology
SWD Grieve, TC Hales, RN Parker, SM Mudd, FJ Clubb
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 123 (12), 3269-3291, 2018
82018
Unsupervised detection of salt marsh platforms: a topographic method
GCH Goodwin, SM Mudd, FJ Clubb
Earth Surface Dynamics 6 (1), 239-255, 2018
72018
Differences in channel and hillslope geometry record a migrating uplift wave at the Mendocino triple junction, California, USA
FJ Clubb, SM Mudd, MD Hurst, SWD Grieve
Geology 48 (2), 184-188, 2020
42020
Reply to comment by P. Passalacqua and E. Foufoula-Georgiou on “objective extraction of channel heads from high-resolution topographic data”
F Clubb, S Mudd, D Milodowski
Water Resour Res 51, 1377-1379, 2015
42015
Analysis of geometric relationships of bedrock and alluvial channels: a comparison between rivers from the Scottish Highlands and San Gabriel Mountains (USA)
MO Guirro, RA Hodge, F Clubb, L Turnbull
EGU21, 2021
2021
Beyond the Long Profile
SM Mudd, DC Roda-Boluda, L Goren, FJ Clubb
Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, 2021
2021
Impact of changing concavity indices on channel steepness and divide migration metrics
B Gailleton, SM Mudd, FJ Clubb, SWD Grieve, MD Hurst
Earth and Space Science Open Archive ESSOAr, 2021
2021
Signatures of glaciation on river channel long profiles: changes in slope and concavity
SB Penprase, AD Wickert, FJ Clubb
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Review and assessment of remote mapping methods of fluvial terraces: Whitewater River, Minnesota.
D Gardner, SB Penprase, P Larson, AD Wickert, FJ Clubb
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Importance of concavity for interpreting rates and patterns of landscape evolution from river profiles
B Gailleton, S Mudd, F Clubb, M Hurst, S Grieve
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 503, 2020
2020
Dynamics and drivers of High Mountain Asia’s glacier change from the mid 1980s to late 2019
D Loibl, G Ayzel, F Clubb, I Grünberg, J Nitzbon
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 15516, 2020
2020
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