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Lucy Clarke
Lucy Clarke
Senior Lecturer of Geography, Nottingham Trent University
Verified email at ntu.ac.uk
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An experimental investigation of autogenic behaviour during alluvial fan evolution
L Clarke, TA Quine, A Nicholas
Geomorphology 115 (3-4), 278-285, 2010
1432010
The effect of no-till farming on the soil functions of water purification and retention in north-western Europe: A literature review
K Skaalsveen, J Ingram, LE Clarke
Soil and Tillage Research 189, 98-109, 2019
1352019
Geology and geomorphology of alluvial and fluvial fans: current progress and research perspectives
D Ventra, LE Clarke
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 440 (1), 1-21, 2018
1122018
Capturing the multiple benefits associated with nature‐based solutions: Lessons from a natural flood management project in the C otswolds, UK
C Short, L Clarke, F Carnelli, C Uttley, B Smith
Land degradation & development 30 (3), 241-252, 2019
1032019
Can drones count gulls? Minimal disturbance and semiautomated image processing with an unmanned aerial vehicle for colony‐nesting seabirds
GP Rush, LE Clarke, M Stone, MJ Wood
Ecology and evolution 8 (24), 12322-12334, 2018
932018
Experimental alluvial fans: Advances in understanding of fan dynamics and processes
LE Clarke
Geomorphology 244, 135-145, 2015
602015
Rigorous 3D change determination in Antarctic Peninsula glaciers from stereo WorldView-2 and archival aerial imagery
KD Fieber, JP Mills, PE Miller, L Clarke, L Ireland, AJ Fox
Remote Sensing of Environment 205, 18-31, 2018
462018
A numerical modelling and experimental study of flow width dynamics on alluvial fans
AP Nicholas, L Clarke, TA Quine
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34 (15), 1985-1993, 2009
402009
Integrating structure‐from‐motion photogrammetry into rock weathering field methodologies
L Mol, L Clarke
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 44 (13), 2671-2684, 2019
192019
The use of live vegetation in geomorphological experiments: how to create optimal growing conditions
LE Clarke
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (5), 705-710, 2014
172014
British Society for Geomorphology: London
LE Clarke, JM Nield
UK 5, 1-8, 2015
102015
Geomorphological techniques
N Micheletti, JH Chandler, SN Lane
British Society for Geomorphology, 2015
102015
An evaluation of the role of physical models in exploring form–process feedbacks in alluvial fans
LE Clarke, TA Quine, AP Nicholas
IAHS publication, 175-183, 2008
102008
Suspended sediment sampling
MT Perks
Geomorphological Techniques (Online Edition), 2014
92014
Navigating the academic ladder as an early career researcher in earth and environmental sciences
D Alderson, L Clarke, D Schillereff, E Shuttleworth
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 48 (2), 475-486, 2023
82023
Communicating geomorphology: an empirical evaluation of the discipline's impact and visibility
L Clarke, D Schillereff, E Shuttleworth
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (7), 1148-1152, 2017
72017
Geomorphological techniques
SJ Cook, LE Clarke, JM Nield
British Society for Geomorphology: London, UK, 2012
72012
An evidence-based study mapping the decline in freshwater ponds in the Severn Vale catchment in the UK between 1900 and 2019
LP Smith, LE Clarke, L Weldon, HJ Robson
Hydrobiologia 849 (21), 4637-4649, 2022
52022
Exploring the potential of Google Earth as a communication and engagement tool in collaborative Natural Flood Management planning
K Smith, R Berry, LE Clarke
The Geographical Journal 186 (2), 171-185, 2020
52020
Impact of no-tillage on water purification and retention functions of soil
K Skaalsveen, L Clarke
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 76 (2), 116-129, 2021
42021
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