Stephen Tooth
Stephen Tooth
Professor of Physical Geography, Aberystwyth University
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Process, form and change in dryland rivers: a review of recent research
S Tooth
Earth-Science Reviews 51 (1-4), 67-107, 2000
4832000
Wetlands in drylands: geomorphological and sedimentological characteristics, with emphasis on examples from southern Africa
S Tooth, TS McCarthy
Progress in Physical Geography 31 (1), 3-41, 2007
1622007
The role of vegetation in the formation of anabranching channels in an ephemeral river, Northern plains, arid central Australia
S Tooth, GC Nanson
Hydrological processes 14 (16‐17), 3099-3117, 2000
1552000
Assessing the reproducibility and accuracy of optical dating of fluvial deposits
H Rodnight, GAT Duller, AG Wintle, S Tooth
Quaternary Geochronology 1 (2), 109-120, 2006
1472006
The geomorphology of the Anthropocene: emergence, status and implications
AG Brown, S Tooth, JE Bullard, DSG Thomas, RC Chiverrell, AJ Plater, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (1), 71-90, 2017
1282017
Stability of the pool‐riffle sequence in changing river channels
KJ Gregory, AM Gurnell, CT Hill, S Tooth
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management 9 (1), 35-43, 1994
1251994
Floodouts in central Australia
S Tooth, AJ Miller, A Gupta
Varieties of fluvial form 219, 247, 1999
1241999
Mapping of a major paleodrainage system in eastern Libya using orbital imaging radar: the Kufrah River
P Paillou, M Schuster, S Tooth, T Farr, A Rosenqvist, S Lopez, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 277 (3-4), 327-333, 2009
1132009
A global perspective on dryland rivers: perceptions, misconceptions and distinctions
GC Nanson, S Tooth, AD Knighton, LJ Bull, MJ Kirkby
Dryland rivers: hydrology and geomorphology of semi-arid channels 388, 2002
1122002
Geological controls on the formation of alluvial meanders and floodplain wetlands: the example of the Klip River, eastern Free State, South Africa
S Tooth, TS McCarthy, D Brandt, PJ Hancox, R Morris
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2002
1102002
Anabranching rivers on the Northern Plains of arid central Australia
S Tooth, GC Nanson
Geomorphology 29 (3-4), 211-233, 1999
1041999
Downstream changes in dryland river channels: the Northern Plains of arid central Australia
S Tooth
Geomorphology 34 (1-2), 33-54, 2000
1022000
Geological controls on alluvial river behaviour: a comparative study of three rivers on the South African Highveld
S Tooth, D Brandt, PJ Hancox, TS McCarthy
Journal of African Earth Sciences 38 (1), 79-97, 2004
882004
Spatial distribution of coarse woody debris dams in the Lymington Basin, Hampshire, UK
KJ Gregory, RJ Davis, S Tooth
Geomorphology 6 (3), 207-224, 1993
881993
The Anthropocene: is there a geomorphological case?
AG Brown, S Tooth, RC Chiverrell, J Rose, DSG Thomas, J Wainwright, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (4), 431-434, 2013
812013
Equilibrium and nonequilibrium conditions in dryland rivers
S Tooth, GC Nanson
Physical Geography 21 (3), 183-211, 2000
732000
Splay formation along the lower reaches of ephemeral rivers on the Northern Plains of arid central Australia
S Tooth
Journal of Sedimentary Research 75 (4), 636-649, 2005
702005
Optical dating of a scroll-bar sequence on the Klip River, South Africa, to derive the lateral migration rate of a meander bend
H Rodnight, GAT Duller, S Tooth, AG Wintle
The Holocene 15 (6), 802-811, 2005
662005
Anabranching in mixed bedrock-alluvial rivers: the example of the Orange River above Augrabies Falls, Northern Cape Province, South Africa
S Tooth, TS McCarthy
Geomorphology 57 (3-4), 235-262, 2004
622004
Downstream changes in floodplain character on the Northern Plains of arid central Australia
S Tooth
Fluvial sedimentology VI 28, 93-112, 1999
621999
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