Geraldene Wharton
Geraldene Wharton
Professor of Physical Geography, Queen Mary University of London
Verified email at qmul.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Erodibility of cohesive sediment: The importance of sediment properties
RC Grabowski, IG Droppo, G Wharton
Earth-Science Reviews 105 (3-4), 101-120, 2011
3582011
The effects of seasonal changes to in-stream vegetation cover on patterns of flow and accumulation of sediment
JA Cotton, G Wharton, JAB Bass, CM Heppell, RS Wotton
Geomorphology 77 (3-4), 320-334, 2006
2002006
Linking form and function: towards an eco‐hydromorphic approach to sustainable river restoration
SJ Clarke, L Bruce‐Burgess, G Wharton
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 13 (5), 439-450, 2003
1752003
Sediment nutrient characteristics and aquatic macrophytes in lowland English rivers
SJ Clarke, G Wharton
Science of the Total Environment 266 (1-3), 103-112, 2001
1622001
Emission of methane from chalk streams has potential implications for agricultural practices
IA Sanders, CM Heppell, JA Cotton, G Wharton, AG Hildrew, EJ Flowers, ...
Freshwater Biology 52 (6), 1176-1186, 2007
932007
Macrophytes and suspension-feeding invertebrates modify flows and fine sediments in the Frome and Piddle catchments, Dorset (UK)
G Wharton, JA Cotton, RS Wotton, JAB Bass, CM Heppell, M Trimmer, ...
Journal of Hydrology 330 (1-2), 171-184, 2006
902006
Aquatic interfaces: a hydrodynamic and ecological perspective
A Marion, V Nikora, S Puijalon, T Bouma, K Koll, F Ballio, S Tait, ...
Journal of Hydraulic Research 52 (6), 744-758, 2014
682014
River restoration in the UK: Meeting the dual needs of the European Union Water Framework Directive and flood defence?
G Wharton, DJ Gilvear
International Journal of River Basin Management 5 (2), 143-154, 2007
612007
Denitrification and dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium (DNRA) in a temperate re-connected floodplain
F Sgouridis, CM Heppell, G Wharton, K Lansdown, M Trimmer
Water research 45 (16), 4909-4922, 2011
592011
Sediment storage in the shallow hyporheic of lowland vegetated river reaches
CM Heppell, G Wharton, JAC Cotton, JAB Bass, SE Roberts
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (15), 2239-2251, 2009
552009
The channel‐geometry method: guidelines and applications
G Wharton
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 20 (7), 649-660, 1995
541995
Progress in the use of drainage network indices for rainfall-runoff modelling and runoff prediction
G Wharton
Progress in Physical Geography 18 (4), 539-557, 1994
541994
River discharge estimated from channel dimensions
G Wharton, NW Arnell, KJ Gregory, AM Gurnell
Journal of Hydrology 106 (3-4), 365-376, 1989
451989
Flood estimation from channel size: guidelines for using the channel-geometry method
G Wharton
Applied Geography 12 (4), 339-359, 1992
291992
Diversification of stream invertebrate communities by large wood
F Pilotto, A Bertoncin, GL Harvey, G Wharton, MT Pusch
Freshwater biology 59 (12), 2571-2583, 2014
282014
Simple large wood structures promote hydromorphological heterogeneity and benthic macroinvertebrate diversity in low-gradient rivers
F Pilotto, GL Harvey, G Wharton, MT Pusch
Aquatic sciences 78 (4), 755-766, 2016
192016
Flood discharge estimation from river channel dimensions: results of applications in Java, Burundi, Ghana and Tanzania
G Wharton, JJ Tomlinson
Hydrological sciences journal 44 (1), 97-111, 1999
191999
Information from channel geometry-discharge relations
G Wharton
Changing River Channels. Angela Gurnell and Geoffrey Petts (eds.) John Wiley …, 1995
191995
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
182012
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
182010
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