Matthew F. Johnson
Matthew F. Johnson
Department of Geography, University of Nottingham, UK
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Freshwater and airborne textile fibre populations are dominated by ‘natural’, not microplastic, fibres
T Stanton, M Johnson, P Nathanail, W MacNaughtan, R Gomes
Science of the Total Environment 666, 377-389, 2019
Evaluating the role of invasive aquatic species as drivers of fine sediment-related river management problems: the case of the signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus)
GL Harvey, TP Moorhouse, NJ Clifford, AJ Henshaw, MF Johnson, ...
Progress in Physical Geography 35 (4), 517-533, 2011
Increase in coarse sediment transport associated with disturbance of gravel river beds by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus)
MF Johnson, SP Rice, I Reid
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36 (12), 1680-1692, 2011
Biomic river restoration: A new focus for river management
MF Johnson, CR Thorne, JM Castro, GM Kondolf, CS Mazzacano, ...
River Research and Applications, 2019
Inferring air–water temperature relationships from river and catchment properties
MF Johnson, RL Wilby, JA Toone
Hydrological Processes 28 (6), 2912-2928, 2014
Seeing the landscape for the trees: Metrics to guide riparian shade management in river catchments
MF Johnson, RL Wilby
Water Resources Research 51 (5), 3754-3769, 2015
Exploring the Efficacy of Nile Red in Microplastic Quantification: A Costaining Approach
BA Stanton T, Johnson MF, Nathanail CP, Gomes RL, Needham T
Environmental Science & Technology Letters, 2019
Stabilization of fine gravels by net‐spinning caddisfly larvae
MF Johnson, I Reid, SP Rice, PJ Wood
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34 (3), 413-423, 2009
Topographic disturbance of subaqueous gravel substrates by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus)
MF Johnson, SP Rice, I Reid
Geomorphology 123 (3), 269-278, 2010
Freshwater microplastic concentrations vary through both space and time
RLG Thomas Stanton, Matthew Johnson, Paul Nathanail, William MacNaughtan
Environmental Pollution, 2020
Animals and the Geomorphology of Gravel‐Bed Rivers
SP Rice, MF Johnson, I Reid
Gravel-bed rivers: processes, tools, environments, 225-241, 2012
The “dirty dozen” of freshwater science: Detecting then reconciling hydrological data biases and errors
RLW Wilby, NJ Clifford, P De Luca, S Harrigan, J Hillier, R Hodgkins, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews, 2017
Physical modelling of water, fauna and flora: Knowledge gaps, avenues for future research and infrastructural needs
RE Thomas, MF Johnson, LE Frostick, DR Parsons, TJ Bouma, JT Dijkstra, ...
Journal of Hydraulic Research 52, 2014
Detecting phenology change in the mayfly Ephemera danica: responses to spatial and temporal water temperature variations
N Everall, M Johnson, R Wilby, C Bennett
Ecological Entomology, 2014
The importance of biotic entrainment for base flow fluvial sediment transport
SP Rice, MF Johnson, K Mathers, J Reeds, C Extence
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 121 (5), 890-906, 2016
Comparability of macroinvertebrate biomonitoring indices of river health derived from semi-quantitative and quantitative methodologies
N Everall, M Johnson, P Wood, A Farmer, R Wilby, N Measham
Ecological Indicators 78, 437-448, 2017
The activity of signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) in relation to thermal and hydraulic dynamics of an alluvial stream, UK
MF Johnson, SP Rice, I Reid
Hydrobiologia 724 (1), 41-54, 2014
A critical review of microplastic pollution in urban freshwater environments and legislative progress in China: Recommendations and insights
Y Xu, F Ka Shun Chan, J He, M Johnson, C Gibbins, P Kay, T Stanton, ...
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 2020
Diel patterns of suspended sediment flux and the zoogeomorphic agency of invasive crayfish
SP Rice, MF Johnson, C Extence, J Reeds, H Longstaff
Cuadernos de Invstigación Geográfica, 7 - 27, 2014
What else do managers need to know about warming rivers? A United Kingdom perspective
H Orr, M Johnson, R Wilby, T Hatton-Ellis, S Broadmeadow
WIRES water, 2015
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