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Groundwater vulnerability and risk mapping for the Basaltic aquifer of the Azraq basin of Jordan using GIS, remote sensing and DRASTIC
RAN Al-Adamat, IDL Foster, SMJ Baban
Applied Geography 23 (4), 303-324, 2003
4982003
Turbidity dynamics during spring storm events in an urban headwater river system: The Upper Tame, West Midlands, UK
DM Lawler, GE Petts, IDL Foster, S Harper
Science of the Total Environment 360 (1-3), 109-126, 2006
3792006
Heavy metals in the hydrological cycle: trends and explanation
IDL Foster, SM Charlesworth
Hydrological processes 10 (2), 227-261, 1996
3711996
Rivers and landscape
GE Petts, IDL Foster
Edward Arnold, 1985
2921985
Sediment source fingerprinting as an aid to catchment management: a review of the current state of knowledge and a methodological decision-tree for end-users
AL Collins, S Pulley, IDL Foster, A Gellis, P Porto, AJ Horowitz
Journal of environmental management 194, 86-108, 2017
2652017
The holocene storegga slide tsunami in the United Kingdom
DE Smith, S Shi, RA Cullingford, AG Dawson, S Dawson, CR Firth, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 23 (23-24), 2291-2321, 2004
2282004
What can we learn about soil erosion from the use of 137Cs?
AJ Parsons, IDL Foster
Earth-Science Reviews 108 (1-2), 101-113, 2011
2032011
Interactions between groundwater and surface water at river banks and the confluence of rivers
L Lambs
Journal of Hydrology 288 (3-4), 312-326, 2004
199*2004
Variations in the natural chemical concentration of river water during flood flows, and the lag effect: some further comments
DE Walling, IDL Foster
Journal of Hydrology 26 (3-4), 237-244, 1975
1991975
Using reservoir deposits to reconstruct changing sediment yields and sources in the catchment of the Old Mill Reservoir, South Devon, UK, over the past 50 years
IDL Foster, DE Walling
Hydrological Sciences Journal 39 (4), 347-368, 1994
1951994
Soil erosion on agricultural land.
J Boardman, IDL Foster, JA Dearing
1921990
Assessing lake eutrophication using chironomids: understanding the nature of community response in different lake types
PG Langdon, ZOE Ruiz, KP Brodersen, IDL Foster
Freshwater biology 51 (3), 562-577, 2006
1872006
Sediment sources and transport pathways in a rural catchment, Herefordshire, UK
KE Gruszowski, IDL Foster, JA Lees, SM Charlesworth
Hydrological Processes 17 (13), 2665-2681, 2003
1762003
The role of urban surfaces (permeable pavements) in regulating drainage and evaporation: development of a laboratory simulation experiment
CT Andersen, IDL Foster, CJ Pratt
Hydrological processes 13 (4), 597-609, 1999
1541999
Sediment tracing and environmental history for two small catchments, Karoo Uplands, South Africa
IDL Foster, J Boardman, J Keay-Bright
Geomorphology 90 (1-2), 126-143, 2007
1522007
Sediment source fingerprinting: benchmarking recent outputs, remaining challenges and emerging themes
AL Collins, M Blackwell, P Boeckx, CA Chivers, M Emelko, O Evrard, ...
Journal of Soils and Sediments 20, 4160-4193, 2020
1492020
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
1462011
The use of caesium-137 measurements to establish a sediment budget for the Start catchment, Devon, UK
PN Owens, DE Walling, Q He, JO Shanahan, IDL Foster
Hydrological Sciences Journal 42 (3), 405-423, 1997
1421997
Soil erosion and risk-assessment for on-and off-farm impacts: A test case using the Midhurst area, West Sussex, UK
J Boardman, ML Shepheard, E Walker, IDL Foster
Journal of environmental management 90 (8), 2578-2588, 2009
1392009
The uncertainties associated with sediment fingerprinting suspended and recently deposited fluvial sediment in the Nene river basin
S Pulley, I Foster, P Antunes
Geomorphology 228, 303-319, 2015
1382015
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