Tom Hubble
Tom Hubble
Associate Professor Engineering Geology, University of Sydney
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TitleCited byYear
Quantifying root-reinforcement of river bank soils by four Australian tree species
BB Docker, TCT Hubble
Geomorphology 100 (3-4), 401-418, 2008
The role of riparian trees in maintaining riverbank stability: a review of Australian experience and practice
TCT Hubble, BB Docker, ID Rutherfurd
Ecological Engineering 36 (3), 292-304, 2010
Ecological mitigation of hillslope instability: ten key issues facing researchers and practitioners
A Stokes, GB Douglas, T Fourcaud, F Giadrossich, C Gillies, T Hubble, ...
Plant and Soil 377 (1-2), 1-23, 2014
Dynamics of the turbidity maximum zone in a micro-tidal estuary: Hawkesbury River, Australia
MG Hughes, PT Harris, TCT Hubble
Sedimentology 45 (2), 397-410, 1998
The advantages and disadvantages of virtual field trips in geoscience education
W Qiu, T Hubble
The China Papers 1, 75-79, 2002
Modelling the distribution of enhanced soil shear strength beneath riparian trees of south-eastern Australia
BB Docker, TCT Hubble
Ecological engineering 35 (5), 921-934, 2009
Methods to measure the mechanical behaviour of tree roots: a review
F Giadrossich, M Schwarz, D Cohen, A Cislaghi, C Vergani, T Hubble, ...
Ecological engineering 109, 256-271, 2017
Granitic and monzonitic rocks dredged from the southeast Australian continental margin
TCT Hubble, GH Packham, DAF Hendry, I McDougall
Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 39 (5), 619-630, 1992
Southeast Australia: a Cenozoic continental margin dominated by mass transport
R Boyd, J Keene, T Hubble, J Gardner, K Glenn, K Ruming, N Exon
Submarine mass movements and their consequences, 491-502, 2010
Submarine landslides on the upper southeast Australian passive continental margin–preliminary findings
S Clarke, T Hubble, D Airey, P Yu, R Boyd, J Keene, N Exon, J Gardner
Submarine mass movements and their consequences, 55-66, 2012
A little cohesion goes a long way: Estimating appropriate values of additional root cohesion for evaluating slope stability in the Eastern Australian highlands
TCT Hubble, DW Airey, HK Sealey, EV De Carli, SL Clarke
Ecological engineering 61, 621-632, 2013
Slope stability analysis of potential bank failure as a result of toe erosion on weir-impounded lakes: an example from the Nepean River, New South Wales, Australia
TCT Hubble
Marine and freshwater research 55 (1), 57-65, 2004
Physical properties and age of continental slope sediments dredged from the eastern Australian continental margin–implications for timing of slope failure
T Hubble, P Yu, D Airey, S Clarke, R Boyd, J Keene, N Exon, J Gardner
Submarine mass movements and their consequences, 43-54, 2012
Evaluating the relative contributions of vegetation and flooding in controlling channel widening: the case of the Nepean River, southeastern Australia
TCT Hubble, ID Rutherfurd
Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 57 (5), 525-541, 2010
A model for bank collapse on the Nepean River, Camden Valley, NSW
T Hubble, T Hull
Australian Geomechanics 29, 80-98, 1996
Strength and distribution of casuarinas glauca roots in relation to slope stability
BB Docker, TCT Hubble
Geotechnical Engineering (HO KKS and LI KS (eds)). Swets & Zeitlinger, Lisseá…, 2001
Morphology of Australia’s Eastern continental slope and related Tsunami hazard
S Clarke, T Hubble, D Airey, P Yu, R Boyd, J Keene, N Exon, J Gardner, ...
Submarine Mass Movements and Their Consequences, 529-538, 2014
Improving the stream of consciousness: A nomenclature for describing the factor of safety in river bank stability analysis
TCT Hubble
Ecological Engineering 36 (12), 1765-1768, 2010
Riverbank collapse on the Nepean River in the Wallacia Valley: assessing possible causes by historical and geomechanical methods
BB Docker, TCT Hubble
Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 134 (3/4), 65-78, 2001
The history and causes of river bank failure on the upper Nepean River between 1947 and 1992
TCT Hubble
School of Geosciences, Faculty of Science, University of Sydney, 2001
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