Nicola Surian
Nicola Surian
Department of Geosciences, University of Padova
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Morphological response to river engineering and management in alluvial channels in Italy
N Surian, M Rinaldi
Geomorphology 50 (4), 307-326, 2003
A review of techniques available for delimiting the erodible river corridor: a sustainable approach to managing bank erosion
H Piégay, SE Darby, E Mosselman, N Surian
River research and applications 21 (7), 773-789, 2005
Sediment mining in alluvial channels: physical effects and management perspectives
M Rinaldi, B Wyżga, N Surian
River research and applications 21 (7), 805-828, 2005
Channel changes due to river regulation: the case of the Piave River, Italy
N Surian
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 1999
A method for the assessment and analysis of the hydromorphological condition of Italian streams: The Morphological Quality Index (MQI)
M Rinaldi, N Surian, F Comiti, M Bussettini
Geomorphology 180, 96-108, 2013
A multi-scale hierarchical framework for developing understanding of river behaviour to support river management
AM Gurnell, M Rinaldi, B Belletti, S Bizzi, B Blamauer, G Braca, AD Buijse, ...
Aquatic sciences 78, 1-16, 2016
Channel adjustments and vegetation cover dynamics in a large gravel bed river over the last 200 years
F Comiti, M Da Canal, N Surian, L Mao, L Picco, MA Lenzi
Geomorphology 125 (1), 147-159, 2011
Channel adjustments and alteration of sediment fluxes in gravel‐bed rivers of North‐Eastern Italy: potentials and limitations for channel recovery
N Surian, L Ziliani, F Comiti, MA Lenzi, L Mao
River research and applications 25 (5), 551-567, 2009
Understanding reference processes: linkages between river flows, sediment dynamics and vegetated landforms along the Tagliamento River, Italy
W Bertoldi, A Gurnell, N Surian, K Tockner, L Zanoni, L Ziliani, G Zolezzi
River Research and Applications 25 (5), 501-516, 2009
Multi-thread river channels: a perspective on changing European alpine river systems
A Gurnell, N Surian, L Zanoni
Aquatic Sciences 71, 253-265, 2009
Island dynamics in a braided river from analysis of historical maps and air photographs
L Zanoni, A Gurnell, N Drake, N Surian
River Research and Applications 24 (8), 1141-1159, 2008
Evolutionary trajectory of channel morphology and controlling factors in a large gravel-bed river
L Ziliani, N Surian
Geomorphology 173, 104-117, 2012
Downstream variation in grain size along an Alpine river: analysis of controls and processes
N Surian
Geomorphology 43 (1-2), 137-149, 2002
Channel adjustments, bedload transport and sediment sources in a gravel‐bed river, Brenta River, Italy
N Surian, A Cisotto
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2007
Characterizing geomorphological change to support sustainable river restoration and management
RC Grabowski, N Surian, AM Gurnell
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 1 (5), 483-512, 2014
Channel adjustments in northern and central Italy over the last 200 years
N Surian, M Rinaldi, L Pellegrini, C Audisio, F Maraga, L Teruggi, ...
Management and restoration of fluvial systems with broad historical changes …, 2009
A methodological framework for hydromorphological assessment, analysis and monitoring (IDRAIM) aimed at promoting integrated river management
M Rinaldi, N Surian, F Comiti, M Bussettini
Geomorphology 251, 122-136, 2015
Channel response to extreme floods: insights on controlling factors from six mountain rivers in northern Apennines, Italy
N Surian, M Righini, A Lucía, L Nardi, W Amponsah, M Benvenuti, ...
Geomorphology 272, 78-91, 2016
Morphological effects of different channel‐forming discharges in a gravel‐bed river
N Surian, L Mao, M Giacomin, L Ziliani
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34 (8), 1093-1107, 2009
Vegetation turnover in a braided river: frequency and effectiveness of floods of different magnitude
N Surian, M Barban, L Ziliani, G Monegato, W Bertoldi, F Comiti
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (4), 542-558, 2015
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