Hydrology, Bank erosion, Geotechnical engineering, Communication channel and Geomorphology are his primary areas of study. The Hydrology study combines topics in areas such as Bed load, Sediment transport and Bedform. His Bank erosion study combines topics in areas such as River engineering, Plane, Stability and Fluvial.
He combines subjects such as Mathematical model, Bank and Instability with his study of Geotechnical engineering. His Geomorphology research includes elements of Drainage basin, Curvature and Surface runoff. His research integrates issues of Geomorphometry, Hydrological modelling, Altitude, Erosion and Drainage in his study of Drainage basin.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Hydrology, Geotechnical engineering, Environmental resource management, Bank erosion and Erosion. His Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sediment transport, Sediment, Geomorphology and Fluvial. The various areas that Colin R. Thorne examines in his Fluvial study include Drainage basin, River engineering and River restoration.
His Geotechnical engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Instability, Shear stress, Communication channel, Stability and Flume. His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Flood myth and Riparian zone, Habitat. His research integrates issues of Deposition and Meander in his study of Erosion.
His main research concerns Hydrology, Environmental resource management, Flood myth, Environmental planning and Geomorphology. His studies deal with areas such as River restoration and Fluvial as well as Hydrology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sediment, Bank erosion and Hydrology in addition to Fluvial.
His study in the field of Green infrastructure is also linked to topics like Identification. In the field of Geomorphology, his study on Aggradation overlaps with subjects such as Debris and Rate equation. His Erosion study deals with Deposition intersecting with Avulsion.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental resource management, Flood myth, Environmental planning, Bank erosion and Floodplain. His study focuses on the intersection of Environmental resource management and fields such as Stakeholder with connections in the field of Conflict resolution and Negotiation. His Flood control study in the realm of Flood myth interacts with subjects such as Water-sensitive urban design.
Bank erosion is a subfield of Erosion that Colin R. Thorne investigates. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mainland, Climate change and Livelihood. The concepts of his Fluvial study are interwoven with issues in Drainage basin, Hydrology, STREAMS, Hydrology and Sediment.
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Quantitative analysis of land surface topography
Lyle W. Zevenbergen;Colin R. Thorne.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (1987)
Stable Channels with Mobile Gravel Beds
Richard D. Hey;Colin R. Thorne.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (1986)
RIVERBANK STABILITY ANALYSIS. I: THEORY
Akode M. Osman;Colin R. Thorne.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (1988)
Effects of vegetation on river bank erosion and stability
Sediment transport in gravel-bed rivers
C. R. Thorne;J. C. Bathurst;R. D. Hey.
Stability of composite river banks
Colin R. Thorne;N. Keith Tovey.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (1981)
Applied fluvial geomorphology for river engineering and management.
Colin R. Thorne;Richard D. Hey;Malcolm D. Newson.
Secondary Flow and Shear Stress at River Bends
James C. Bathurst;Richard D. Hey;Colin R. Thorne.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (1979)
Planform pattern and channel evolution of the Brahmaputra River, Bangladesh
Colin R. Thorne;Andrew P. G. Russell;Muhammad K. Alam.
Geological Society, London, Special Publications (1993)
Development and Testing of Riverbank-Stability Analysis
Stephen E. Darby;Colin R. Thorne.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (1996)
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