Adrian Collins
TitleCited byYear
Source type ascription for fluvial suspended sediment based on a quantitative composite fingerprinting technique
AL Collins, DE Walling, GJL Leeks
Catena 29 (1), 1-27, 1997
3671997
The impacts of fine sediment on riverine fish
P Kemp, D Sear, A Collins, P Naden, I Jones
Hydrological processes 25 (11), 1800-1821, 2011
3172011
Selecting fingerprint properties for discriminating potential suspended sediment sources in river basins
AL Collins, DE Walling
Journal of hydrology 261 (1-4), 218-244, 2002
3102002
The impact of fine sediment on macro‐invertebrates
JI Jones, JF Murphy, AL Collins, DA Sear, PS Naden, PD Armitage
River Research and Applications 28 (8), 1055-1071, 2012
2802012
Use of composite fingerprints to determine the provenance of the contemporary suspended sediment load transported by rivers
AL Collins, DE Walling, GJL Leeks
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 1998
2501998
Documenting catchment suspended sediment sources: problems, approaches and prospects
AL Collins, DE Walling
Progress in Physical Geography 28 (2), 159-196, 2004
2452004
Apportioning catchment scale sediment sources using a modified composite fingerprinting technique incorporating property weightings and prior information
AL Collins, DE Walling, L Webb, P King
Geoderma 155 (3-4), 249-261, 2010
2082010
Tracing suspended sediment and particulate phosphorus sources in catchments
DE Walling, AL Collins, RW Stroud
Journal of Hydrology 350 (3-4), 274-289, 2008
1992008
The catchment sediment budget as a management tool
DE Walling, AL Collins
Environmental Science & Policy 11 (2), 136-143, 2008
1942008
Using unsupported lead-210 measurements to investigate soil erosion and sediment delivery in a small Zambian catchment
DE Walling, AL Collins, HM Sichingabula
Geomorphology 52 (3-4), 193-213, 2003
1472003
Establishing fine-grained sediment budgets for the Pang and Lambourn LOCAR catchments, UK
DE Walling, AL Collins, PA Jones, GJL Leeks, G Old
Journal of hydrology 330 (1-2), 126-141, 2006
1422006
Integrated assessment of catchment suspended sediment budgets: a Zambian example
DE Walling, AL Collins, HM Sichingabula, GJL Leeks
Land degradation & development 12 (5), 387-415, 2001
1202001
The relationship between fine sediment and macrophytes in rivers
JI Jones, AL Collins, PS Naden, DA Sear
River Research and Applications 28 (7), 1006-1018, 2012
1182012
Use of the geochemical record preserved in floodplain deposits to reconstruct recent changes in river basin sediment sources
AL Collins, DE Walling, GJL Leeks
Geomorphology 19 (1-2), 151-167, 1997
1141997
Using 137Cs measurements to quantify soil erosion and redistribution rates for areas under different land use in the Upper Kaleya River basin, southern Zambia
AL Collins, DE Walling, HM Sichingabula, GJL Leeks
Geoderma 104 (3-4), 299-323, 2001
1092001
Sediment source tracing in a lowland agricultural catchment in southern England using a modified procedure combining statistical analysis and numerical modelling
AL Collins, Y Zhang, D McChesney, DE Walling, SM Haley, P Smith
Science of the Total Environment 414, 301-317, 2012
1072012
Assessing the likelihood of catchments across England and Wales meeting ‘good ecological status’ due to sediment contributions from agricultural sources
AL Collins, SG Anthony
environmental science & policy 11 (2), 163-170, 2008
1042008
Fingerprinting the origin of fluvial suspended sediment in larger river basins: combining assessment of spatial provenance and source type
AL Collins, DE Walling, GJL Leeks
Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography 79 (4), 239-254, 1997
1031997
Sediment targets for informing river catchment management: international experience and prospects
AL Collins, PS Naden, DA Sear, JI Jones, IDL Foster, K Morrow
Hydrological Processes 25 (13), 2112-2129, 2011
1022011
Monitoring and modelling diffuse pollution from agriculture for policy support: UK and European experience
AL Collins, DF McGonigle
environmental science & policy 11 (2), 97-101, 2008
1022008
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