Hugh G. Smith
Hugh G. Smith
Landcare Research, New Zealand
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Wildfire effects on water quality in forest catchments: A review with implications for water supply
HG Smith, GJ Sheridan, PNJ Lane, P Nyman, S Haydon
Journal of Hydrology 396 (1-2), 170-192, 2011
Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
G Blöschl, MFP Bierkens, A Chambel, C Cudennec, G Destouni, A Fiori, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 64 (10), 1141-1158, 2019
Sediment fingerprinting in agricultural catchments: a critical re-examination of source discrimination and data corrections
HG Smith, WH Blake
Geomorphology 204, 177-191, 2014
The challenges and opportunities of addressing particle size effects in sediment source fingerprinting: a review
JP Laceby, O Evrard, HG Smith, WH Blake, JM Olley, JPG Minella, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 169, 85-103, 2017
Evidence of debris flow occurrence after wildfire in upland catchments of south-east Australia
P Nyman, GJ Sheridan, HG Smith, PNJ Lane
Geomorphology 125 (3), 383-401, 2011
Fingerprinting and tracing the sources of soils and sediments: Earth and ocean science, geoarchaeological, forensic, and human health applications
PN Owens, WH Blake, L Gaspar, D Gateuille, AJ Koiter, DA Lobb, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 162, 1-23, 2016
Interpreting sediment delivery processes using suspended sediment‐discharge hysteresis patterns from nested upland catchments, south‐eastern Australia
HG Smith, D Dragovich
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (17), 2415-2426, 2009
Initial flux of sediment-associated radiocesium to the ocean from the largest river impacted by Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant
Y Yamashiki, Y Onda, HG Smith, WH Blake, T Wakahara, Y Igarashi, ...
Scientific reports 4 (1), 3714, 2014
Radionuclides from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in terrestrial systems
Y Onda, K Taniguchi, K Yoshimura, H Kato, J Takahashi, Y Wakiyama, ...
Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 1 (12), 644-660, 2020
Will farmers work together for conservation? The potential limits of farmers’ cooperation in agri-environment measures
M Riley, H Sangster, H Smith, R Chiverrell, J Boyle
Land use policy 70, 635-646, 2018
Effects of fire severity and burn patchiness on hillslope-scale surface runoff, erosion and hydrologic connectivity in a prescribed burn
JG Cawson, GJ Sheridan, HG Smith, PNJ Lane
Forest Ecology and Management 310, 219-233, 2013
Surface runoff and erosion after prescribed burning and the effect of different fire regimes in forests and shrublands: a review
JG Cawson, GJ Sheridan, HG Smith, PNJ Lane
International Journal of Wildland Fire 21 (7), 857-872, 2012
Transport and redistribution of radiocesium in Fukushima fallout through rivers
K Taniguchi, Y Onda, HG Smith, W Blake, K Yoshimura, Y Yamashiki, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 53 (21), 12339-12347, 2019
Comparing catchment sediment fingerprinting procedures using an auto-evaluation approach with virtual sample mixtures
L Palazón, B Latorre, L Gaspar, WH Blake, HG Smith, A Navas
Science of the Total Environment 532, 456-466, 2015
Predicting sediment delivery from debris flows after wildfire
P Nyman, HG Smith, CB Sherwin, C Langhans, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Geomorphology 250, 173-186, 2015
How soil temperatures during prescribed burning affect soil water repellency, infiltration and erosion
JG Cawson, P Nyman, HG Smith, PNJ Lane, GJ Sheridan
Geoderma 278, 12-22, 2016
Soil erosion in East Africa: an interdisciplinary approach to realising pastoral land management change
WH Blake, A Rabinovich, M Wynants, C Kelly, M Nasseri, I Ngondya, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (12), 124014, 2018
Modeling the effects of surface storage, macropore flow and water repellency on infiltration after wildfire
P Nyman, GJ Sheridan, HG Smith, PNJ Lane
Journal of Hydrology 513, 301-313, 2014
Changes to sediment sources following wildfire in a forested upland catchment, southeastern Australia
HG Smith, GJ Sheridan, PNJ Lane, PJ Noske, H Heijnis
Hydrological Processes 25 (18), 2878-2889, 2011
Assumptions and challenges in the use of fallout beryllium-7 as a soil and sediment tracer in river basins
A Taylor, WH Blake, HG Smith, L Mabit, MJ Keith-Roach
Earth-science reviews 126, 85-95, 2013
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