Prof. Kirstie Fryirs
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Geomorphology and river management: applications of the river styles framework
GJ Brierley, KA Fryirs
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
Buffers, barriers and blankets: The (dis) connectivity of catchment-scale sediment cascades
KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley, NJ Preston, M Kasai
Catena 70 (1), 49-67, 2007
(Dis) Connectivity in catchment sediment cascades: a fresh look at the sediment delivery problem
K Fryirs
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (1), 30-46, 2013
Geomorphic analysis of river systems: an approach to reading the landscape
KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley
John Wiley & Sons, 2012
Landscape connectivity: the geographic basis of geomorphic applications
G Brierley, K Fryirs, V Jain
Area 38 (2), 165-174, 2006
River styles, a geomorphic approach to catchment characterization: Implications for river rehabilitation in Bega catchment, New South Wales, Australia
GJ Brierley, K Fryirs
Environmental Management 25, 661-679, 2000
Connectivity as an emergent property of geomorphic systems
E Wohl, G Brierley, D Cadol, TJ Coulthard, T Covino, KA Fryirs, G Grant, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 44 (1), 4-26, 2019
A geomorphological framework for river characterization and habitat assessment
JR Thomson, MP Taylor, KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 11 (5), 373-389, 2001
Catchment-scale (dis) connectivity in sediment flux in the upper Hunter catchment, New South Wales, Australia
KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley, NJ Preston, J Spencer
Geomorphology 84 (3-4), 297-316, 2007
Variability in sediment delivery and storage along river courses in Bega catchment, NSW, Australia: implications for geomorphic river recovery
K Fryirs, GJ Brierley
Geomorphology 38 (3-4), 237-265, 2001
Application of the River Styles framework as a basis for river management in New South Wales, Australia
G Brierley, K Fryirs, D Outhet, C Massey
Applied Geography 22 (1), 91-122, 2002
River futures: an integrative scientific approach to river repair
RJ Hobbs
Island Press, 2012
Geomorphic mapping and taxonomy of fluvial landforms
JM Wheaton, KA Fryirs, G Brierley, SG Bangen, N Bouwes, G O'Brien
Geomorphology 248, 273-295, 2015
Reading the landscape: Integrating the theory and practice of geomorphology to develop place-based understandings of river systems
G Brierley, K Fryirs, C Cullum, M Tadaki, HQ Huang, B Blue
Progress in Physical Geography 37 (5), 601-621, 2013
River sensitivity: a lost foundation concept in fluvial geomorphology
KA Fryirs
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (1), 55-70, 2017
Don’t fight the site: three geomorphic considerations in catchment-scale river rehabilitation planning
G Brierley, K Fryirs
Environmental Management 43, 1201-1218, 2009
Post‐European changes to the fluvial geomorphology of Bega catchment, Australia: implications for river ecology
GJ Brierley, T Cohen, K Fryirs, A Brooks
Freshwater Biology 41 (4), 839-848, 1999
Naturalness and place in river rehabilitation
K Fryirs, GJ Brierley
Ecology and Society 14 (1), 2009
Linking geomorphic character, behaviour and condition to fluvial biodiversity: implications for river management
BC Chessman, KA Fryirs, GJ Brierley
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 16 (3), 267-288, 2006
The use of evolutionary trajectories to guide ‘moving targets’ in the management of river futures
GJ Brierley, KA Fryirs
River Research and Applications 32 (5), 823-835, 2016
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