Gerald C. Nanson
Gerald C. Nanson
Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Wollongong
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A genetic classification of floodplains
GC Nanson, JC Croke
Geomorphology 4 (6), 459-486, 1992
Anabranching rivers: their cause, character and classification
GC Nanson, AD Knighton
Earth surface processes and landforms 21 (3), 217-239, 1996
The character of channel migration on the Beatton River, northeast British Columbia, Canada
EJ Hickin, GC Nanson
Geological Society of America Bulletin 86 (4), 487-494, 1975
Lateral migration rates of river bends
EJ Hickin, GC Nanson
Journal of hydraulic engineering 110 (11), 1557-1567, 1984
Point bar and floodplain formation of the meandering Beatton River, northeastern British Columbia, Canada
GC Nanson
Sedimentology 27 (1), 3-29, 1980
Episodes of vertical accretion and catastrophic stripping: a model of disequilibrium flood-plain development
GC Nanson
Geological Society of America Bulletin 97 (12), 1467-1475, 1986
A statistical analysis of bank erosion and channel migration in western Canada
GC Nanson, EJ Hickin
Geological Society of America Bulletin 97 (4), 497-504, 1986
Anastomosis and the continuum of channel pattern
A David Knighton, GC Nanson
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 18 (7), 613-625, 1993
Wetting and drying of Australia over the past 300 ka
GC Nanson, DM Price, SA Short
Geology 20 (9), 791-794, 1992
Channel migration and incision on the Beatton River
GC Nanson, EJ Hickin
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 109 (3), 327-337, 1983
Forest succession and sedimentation on a meandering-river floodplain, northeast British Columbia, Canada
GC Nanson, HF Beach
Journal of Biogeography, 229-251, 1977
Anastomosing river sedimentation in the Channel Country of central Australia
MR Gibling, GC Nanson, JC Maroulis
Sedimentology 45 (3), 595-619, 1998
Flow transmission along an arid zone anastomosing river, Cooper Creek, Australia
AD Knighton, GC Nanson
Hydrological Processes 8 (2), 137-154, 1994
Hydraulic geometry and maximum flow efficiency as products of the principle of least action
HQ Huang, GC Nanson
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2000
Vegetation and channel variation; a case study of four small streams in southeastern Australia
HQ Huang, GC Nanson
Geomorphology 18 (3-4), 237-249, 1997
Fluvial transport as a natural luminescence sensitiser of quartz
TJ Pietsch, JM Olley, GC Nanson
Quaternary Geochronology 3 (4), 365-376, 2008
Bedload transport of mud as pedogenic aggregates in modern and ancient rivers
BR Rust, GC Nanson
Sedimentology 36 (2), 291-306, 1989
Chronology of Murrumbidgee river palaeochannels on the Riverine Plain, southeastern Australia
K Page, G Nanson, D Price
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 1996
Aeolian and fluvial evidence of changing climate and wind patterns during the past 100 ka in the western Simpson Desert, Australia
GC Nanson, XY Chen, DM Price
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 113 (1), 87-102, 1995
Palaeoenvironmental change in tropical Australasia over the last 30,000 years–a synthesis by the OZ-INTIMATE group
JM Reeves, HC Bostock, LK Ayliffe, TT Barrows, P De Deckker, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 74, 97-114, 2013
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