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Reply to Discussion on ‘Tectonic and environmental controls on Palaeozoic fluvial environments: Reassessing the impacts of early land plants on sedimentation’ Journal of the Geological Society, London, https://doi.org/10.1144/jgs2016-063 (2017)
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Santos, M. G., Mountney, N. P., Peakall, J., Thomas, R. E., Wignall, P. B., & Hodgson, D. M. (2017). Reply to Discussion on ‘Tectonic and environmental controls on Palaeozoic fluvial environments: Reassessing the impacts of early land plants on sedimentation’ Journal of the Geological Society, London, https://doi.org/10.1144/jgs2016-063. Journal of the Geological Society, 174(5), 950-952. https://doi.org/10.1144/jgs2017-031

We thank Davies et al. (2017) for their comments and welcome the opportunity to further discuss the role of early land plants in fluvial environments. Critically, Davies et al. (2017) note that although testable hypotheses exist for the possible role... Read More

Bias in mean velocities and noise in variances and covariances measured using a multistatic acoustic profiler: the Nortek Vectrino Profiler (2017)
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Creelle, S., Thomas, R. E., Schindfessel, L., McLelland, S. J., Creëlle, S., & De Mulder, T. (2017). Bias in mean velocities and noise in variances and covariances measured using a multistatic acoustic profiler: the Nortek Vectrino Profiler. Measurement Science and Technology, 28(7), 075302. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6501/aa7273

This paper compiles the technical characteristics and operating principles of the Nortek Vectrino Profiler and reviews previously reported user experiences. A series of experiments are then presented that investigate instrument behaviour and performa... Read More

Rainfall-runoff properties of tephra: simulated effects of grain-size and antecedent rainfall (2017)
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Jones, R., Thomas, R. E., Peakall, J., & Manville, V. (2017). Rainfall-runoff properties of tephra: simulated effects of grain-size and antecedent rainfall. Geomorphology, 282, 39-51. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2016.12.023

Rain-triggered lahars (RTLs) are a significant and often persistent secondary volcanic hazard at many volcanoes around the world. Rainfall on unconsolidated volcaniclastic material is the primary initiation mechanism of RTLs: the resultant flows have... Read More