Mark Smith
Mark Smith
Associate Professor in Physical Geography, University of Leeds
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Structure from motion photogrammetry in physical geography
MW Smith, JL Carrivick, DJ Quincey
Progress in Physical Geography 40 (2), 247-275, 2016
Concepts of hydrological connectivity: research approaches, pathways and future agendas
LJ Bracken, J Wainwright, GA Ali, D Tetzlaff, MW Smith, SM Reaney, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 119, 17-34, 2013
From experimental plots to experimental landscapes: topography, erosion and deposition in sub‐humid badlands from structure‐from‐motion photogrammetry
MW Smith, D Vericat
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (12), 1656-1671, 2015
Structure from Motion in the Geosciences
JL Carrivick, MW Smith, DJ Quincey
John Wiley & Sons, 2016
Roughness in the earth sciences
MW Smith
Earth-Science Reviews 136, 202-225, 2014
3‐D uncertainty‐based topographic change detection with structure‐from‐motion photogrammetry: precision maps for ground control and directly georeferenced surveys
MR James, S Robson, MW Smith
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (12), 1769-1788, 2017
Applying flow resistance equations to overland flows
MW Smith, NJ Cox, LJ Bracken
Progress in Physical Geography 31 (4), 363-387, 2007
Through‐water terrestrial laser scanning of gravel beds at the patch scale
M Smith, D Vericat, C Gibbins
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 37 (4), 411-421, 2012
Reconstructing flash flood magnitudes using ‘Structure-from-Motion’: A rapid assessment tool
MW Smith, JL Carrivick, J Hooke, MJ Kirkby
Journal of Hydrology 519, 1914-1927, 2014
The dynamics of supraglacial ponds in the Everest region, central Himalaya
CS Watson, DJ Quincey, JL Carrivick, MW Smith
Global and Planetary Change 142, 14-27, 2016
Patterns of topographic change in sub-humid badlands determined by high resolution multi-temporal topographic surveys
D Vericat, MW Smith, J Brasington
Catena 120, 164-176, 2014
Developments in budget remote sensing for the geosciences
JL Carrivick, MW Smith, DJ Quincey, SJ Carver
Geology Today 29 (4), 138-143, 2013
Terrestrial laser scanning soil surfaces: a field methodology to examine soil surface roughness and overland flow hydraulics
MW Smith, NJ Cox, LJ Bracken
Hydrological Processes 25 (6), 842-860, 2011
Evaluating shallow‐water bathymetry from through‐water terrestrial laser scanning under a range of hydraulic and physical water quality conditions
MW Smith, D Vericat
River Research and Applications 30 (7), 905-924, 2014
Hydrological and geomorphological controls of malaria transmission
MW Smith, MG Macklin, CJ Thomas
Earth-Science Reviews 116, 109-127, 2013
Toward a dynamic representation of hydrological connectivity at the hillslope scale in semiarid areas
MW Smith, LJ Bracken, NJ Cox
Water Resources Research 46 (12), 2010
Modeling depth distributions of overland flows
MW Smith, NJ Cox, LJ Bracken
Geomorphology 125 (3), 402-413, 2011
Can high resolution 3D topographic surveys provide reliable grain size estimates in gravel bed rivers?
E Pearson, MW Smith, MJ Klaar, LE Brown
Geomorphology 293, 143-155, 2017
Ice cliff dynamics in the Everest region of the Central Himalaya
CS Watson, DJ Quincey, JL Carrivick, MW Smith
Geomorphology 278, 238-251, 2017
Mapping hotspots of malaria transmission from pre-existing hydrology, geology and geomorphology data in the pre-elimination context of Zanzibar, United Republic of Tanzania
A Hardy, Z Mageni, S Dongus, G Killeen, MG Macklin, S Majambare, A Ali, ...
Parasites & vectors 8 (1), 41, 2015
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