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Paul Bishop
Paul Bishop
Professor of Geography, University of Glasgow
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Drainage rearrangement by river capture, beheading and diversion
P Bishop
Progress in Physical Geography 19, 469-493, 1995
5091995
Long-term landscape evolution: Linking tectonics and surface processes
P Bishop
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 32, 329-365, 2007
4062007
Knickpoint recession rate and catchment area: the case of uplifted rivers in Eastern Scotland
P Bishop, TB Hoey, JD Jansen, IL Artza
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 30, 767–778, 2005
3822005
Regional analysis of bedrock stream long profiles: Evaluation of Hack’s SL form, and formulation and assessment of an alternative (the DS form)
G Goldrick, P Bishop
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 32, 649-671, 2007
2202007
Cenozoic river profile development in the Upper Lachlan catchment (SE Australia) as a test of quantitative fluvial incision models
P van der Beek, P Bishop
Journal of Geophysical Research 108, 2309, 2003
1962003
Apatite (U-Th)/He age constraints on the development of the Great Escarpment on the southeastern Australian passive margin
C Persano, FM Stuart, P Bishop, D Barfod
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 200, 79-90, 2002
1602002
Alluvial cutoffs as indicators of former channel conditions
W Erskine, P Bishop, C McFadden
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 17, 23-37, 1992
1301992
Stream profile change and long term landscape evolution Early Miocene and modern rivers of the east Australian highland crest, central New South Wales, Australia
P Bishop, RW Young, I McDougall
Journal of Geology 93, 455-474, 1985
1201985
Sedimentation record in the Konkan-Kerala basin: Implications for the evolution of the Western Ghats and the Western Indian passive margin
D Campanile, CG Nambiar, P Bishop, M Widdowson, R Brown
Basin Research 20, 3–22, 2008
1142008
Turn up, tune in, don’t drop out: The relationship between lecture attendance, use of lecture recordings, and achievement at different levels of study
E Nordmann, C Calder, P Bishop, A Irwin, D Comber
Higher Education 77, 1065-1084, 2019
1132019
Geomorphological evolution of the East Australian continental margin
P Bishop, G Goldrick
Geomorphology and Global Tectonics, 227-255., 2000
1112000
Differentiating the roles of lithology and uplift in the steepening of bedrock river long profiles: an example from southeastern Australia
G Goldrick, P Bishop
Journal of Geology 103, 227-231, 1995
1041995
Does decreasing paraglacial sediment supply slow knickpoint retreat?
JD Jansen, D Fabel, P Bishop, S Xu, C Schnabel, AT Codilean
Geology 39, 543–546, 2011
1022011
Southeast Australian late Mesozoic and Cenozoic denudation rates: A test for late Tertiary increases in continental denudation
P Bishop
Geology 13, 479-482, 1985
981985
Quantification of the transient response to base-level fall in a small mountain catchment: Sierra Nevada, southern Spain
LJ Reinhardt, P Bishop, T Hoey, TJ Dempster, DCW Sanderson
Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface 112, F03S05, 2007
892007
Luminescence dating of canal sediments from Angkor Borei, Mekong Delta, Southern Cambodia
D Sanderson, P Bishop, M Stark, S Alexander, D Penny
Quaternary Geochronology 2, 322-329, 2007
862007
Luminescence dating of anthropogenically reset canal sediments from Angkor Borei, Mekong Delta, Cambodia
DCW Sanderson, P Bishop, MT Stark, JQ Spencer
Quaternary Science Reviews 22, 1111-1121, 2003
862003
Single-grain cosmogenic 21Ne concentrations in fluvial sediments reveal spatially variable erosion rates
AT Codilean, P Bishop, TB Hoey, FM Stuart, D Fabel, S Freeman
Geology 36, 159–162, 2008
832008
Knickpoint retreat and transient bedrock channel morphology triggered by base-level fall in small bedrock river catchments: The case of the Isle of Jura, Scotland
M Castillo, P Bishop, JD Jansen
Geomorphology 180, 1–9, 2013
812013
Surface Process Models and the links between tectonics and topography
AT Codilean, P Bishop, TB Hoey
Progress in Physical Geography 30, 307–333, 2006
762006
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