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2017

Greenwood, Philip. (2017) A Review of the Radionuclide, Cobalt-60, as a Fine-Sediment Tracer. In: Cobalt. Rijeka, pp. 117-155.

2016

Kuhn, Nikolaus J. and Hu, Yaxia and Bloemertz, Lena and He, Jin and Li, Hongwen and Greenwood, Philip. (2016) Conservation tillage and sustainable intensification of agriculture: regional vs. global benefit analysis. Agriculture, ecosystems and environment, 216. pp. 155-165.

2015

Greenwood, Philip and Kuonen, Samuel and Fister, Wolfgang and Kuhn, Nikolaus J.. (2015) The influence of terracettes on the surface hydrology of steep-sloping and subalpine environments : some preliminary findings. Geographica Helvetica, 70 (1). pp. 63-73.

Greenwood, Philip and Hoelzle, Martin and Kuhn, Nikolaus J.. (2015) Introduction to the special issue of Geographica Helvetica: "Mapping, measuring and modeling in Geomorphology". Geographica Helvetica, 70 (4). pp. 311-313.

Xiao, Liangang and Hu, Yaxian and Greenwood, Philip and Kuhn, Nikolaus J.. (2015) A combined raindrop aggregate destruction test-settling tube (RADT-ST) approach to identify the settling velocity of sediment. Hydrology, 2 (4). pp. 176-192.

Kuhn, Nikolaus J. and Greenwood, Philip and Fister, Wolfgang. (2015) Use of Field Experiments in Soil Erosion Research. In: Geomorphological Fieldwork. Amsterdam, pp. 175-200.

Xiao, Liangang and Hu, Yaxian and Greenwood, Philip and Kuhn, Nikolaus J.. (2015) The use of a raindrop aggregate destruction device to evaluate sediment and soil organic carbon transport. Geographica Helvetica, 70 (2). pp. 167-174.

2014

Greenwood, P. and Kuhn, N. J.. (2014) Does the invasive plant, Impatiens glandulifera, promote soil erosion along the riparian zone? : An investigation on a small watercourse in northwest Switzerland. Journal of soils and sediments, Vol. 14, H. 3. pp. 637-650.

Greenwood, P. and Kuhn, Nikolaus. (2014) Earth Surface Exchanges (ESEX) Commentary on 'Plants as river system engineers'by A. Gurnell. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39: 4-25, 2014. DOI 10,1002/esp.3397. Earth surface processes and landforms, Vol. 40. pp. 131-134.

Kuhn, Nikolaus J. and Greenwood, Philip and Fister, Wolfgang. (2014) Use of Field Experiments in Soil Erosion Research. In: Geomorphological Fieldwork. Amsterdam, pp. 175-200.

2013

Fister, W. and Heckrath, G. and Greenwood, P. and Kuhn, N. J.. (2013) Erodibility of biochar from a sandy soil in Denmark. In: Extended abstracts : UNCCD 2nd Scientific Conference. UNCCD, pp. 249-253.

Fister, W. and Rüegg, H. -R. and Tresch, S. and Greenwood, P.. (2013) Präzisionsanlage zur experimentellen Untersuchung von Bodenerosionsprozessen. Regio Basiliensis, 54 (1). pp. 19-26.

Yao, Y. and Zhang, E. and Kuhn, N. J. and Jones, R. and Langdon, P. and Shen, J. and Greenwood, P.. (2013) Sediment provenence in the Shudu lake basin, northwest Yunnan province, China, as revealed by composite fingerprinting. Die Erde, Vol. 144, H. 1. pp. 17-29.

Greenwood, P. and Fister, W. and Kinnell, P. I. A. and Rüegg, H. -R. and Kuhn, N. J.. (2013) Developing and testing a precision erosion measurement facility for elucidating mobilization mechanisms in shallow-flow conditions. In: Desertification and land degradation : processes and mitigation. [Ghent], pp. 105-111.

Greenwood, P. and Walling, D. E. and Quine, T. A.. (2013) Using caesium-134 and cobalt-60 as tracers to assess the remobilization of recently-deposited overbank-derived sediment on river floodplains during subsequent inundation events. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 39 (2). pp. 228-244.

2008

Greenwood, P. and Walling, D. E. and Quine, TA.. (2008) Assessing the remobilisation of recently-deposited sediment from river flood plains during single overbank flood events, using caesium-134 and cobalt-60 as tracers. International Association of Hydrological Sciences, 325. pp. 13-22.