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  • Integrating field and laboratory approaches for ripple development in mixed sand–clay–EPS 

    Baas, JH; Baker, ML; Malarkey, J; Bass, SJ; Manning, AJ; Hope, JA; Peakall, J; Lichtman, ID; Ye, L; Davies, AG; Parsons, DR; Paterson, DM; Thorne, PD (Wiley, 2019-04-04)
  • The pervasive role of biological cohesion in bedform development. 

    Malarkey, J; Baas, JH; Hope, JA; Aspden, RJ; Parsons, DR; Peakall, J; Paterson, DM; Schindler, RJ; Ye, L; Lichtman, ID; Bass, SJ; Davies, AG; Manning, AJ; Thorne, PD (England, 2015-02-06)
    Sediment fluxes in aquatic environments are crucially dependent on bedform dynamics. However, sediment-flux predictions rely almost completely on clean-sand studies, despite most environments being composed of mixtures ...
  • The role of biophysical cohesion on subaqueous bed form size. 

    Parsons, DR; Schindler, RJ; Hope, JA; Malarkey, J; Baas, JH; Peakall, J; Manning, AJ; Ye, L; Simmons, S; Paterson, DM; Aspden, RJ; Bass, SJ; Davies, AG; Lichtman, ID; Thorne, PD (United States, 2016-02-28)
    Biologically active, fine-grained sediment forms abundant sedimentary deposits on Earth's surface, and mixed mud-sand dominates many coasts, deltas, and estuaries. Our predictions of sediment transport and bed roughness ...

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