John Quinton focuses on Hydrology, Erosion, Surface runoff, Soil science and Sediment. The concepts of his Hydrology study are interwoven with issues in Soil texture, Forest ecology and Vegetation. His study explores the link between Erosion and topics such as Soil conservation that cross with problems in Land use.
John Quinton mostly deals with Rill in his studies of Surface runoff. His research in Soil science focuses on subjects like Nutrient, which are connected to Water pollution. His Sediment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Soil water, Soil contamination and Grassland.
His primary scientific interests are in Hydrology, Erosion, Sediment, Surface runoff and Soil science. His Hydrology research incorporates themes from Scale, Soil water and Nutrient. John Quinton interconnects Soil conservation, WEPP, Sediment transport and Tillage in the investigation of issues within Erosion.
His Sediment research includes elements of Silt, Environmental engineering, Phosphorus, Water quality and Wetland. His work investigates the relationship between Surface runoff and topics such as Soil management that intersect with problems in Soil functions. His Soil science study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Erosion control.
His main research concerns Erosion, Soil science, Hydrology, Soil water and Sediment. His Erosion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Scale and Arable land. His study in the fields of Pedotransfer function and Soil phosphorus under the domain of Soil science overlaps with other disciplines such as Tracing and TRACER.
His research integrates issues of Scale, Forest ecology and Soil conservation in his study of Hydrology. His Soil water course of study focuses on Nutrient and Soil fertility. His Sediment research focuses on Photogrammetry and how it relates to Gully erosion.
John Quinton spends much of his time researching Erosion, Soil science, Hydrology, Soil water and Arable land. As a member of one scientific family, John Quinton mostly works in the field of Erosion, focusing on Soil fertility and, on occasion, Universal Soil Loss Equation, Soil structure and Sediment transport. His Soil science research focuses on subjects like Sustainable development, which are linked to Soil governance, Water scarcity and Food security.
His Hydrology study incorporates themes from Agriculture, Sediment and Forest ecology. In the subject of general Soil water, his work in Soil horizon is often linked to Cosmogenic nuclide, thereby combining diverse domains of study. John Quinton works mostly in the field of Land use, limiting it down to topics relating to Surface runoff and, in certain cases, Agronomy, as a part of the same area of interest.
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The European Soil Erosion Model (EUROSEM): A dynamic approach for predicting sediment transport from fields and small catchments.
Rpc Morgan;JN Quinton;RE Smith;Gerard Govers.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (1998)
The significance of soils and soil science towards realization of the United Nations sustainable development goals
Saskia D. Keesstra;Johan Bouma;Jakob Wallinga;Pablo Tittonell.
Rates and spatial variations of soil erosion in Europe: A study based on erosion plot data
O. Cerdan;G. Govers;Y. Le Bissonnais;K. Van Oost.
The impact of agricultural soil erosion on biogeochemical cycling
John N. Quinton;Gerard Govers;Kristof Van Oost;Richard D. Bardgett.
Nature Geoscience (2010)
The interdisciplinary nature of SOIL
E.C. Brevik;A. Cerdà;J. Mataix-Solera;L. Pereg.
Soil management in relation to sustainable agriculture and ecosystem services
D S Powlson;P J Gregory;W R Whalley;J N Quinton.
Food Policy (2011)
The selective removal of phosphorus from soil: is event size important?
John N. Quinton;John A. Catt;Tim M. Hess.
Journal of Environmental Quality (2001)
Overland flow transport of pathogens from agricultural land receiving faecal wastes.
S. F. Tyrrel;John N. Quinton.
Journal of Applied Microbiology (2003)
The European soil erosion model (EUROSEM): documentation and user guide.
R. P. C. Morgan;J. N. Quinton;R. E. Smith;G. Govers.
Assessment of erosion hazard with the USLE and GIS : a case study of the Upper Ewaso Ng'iro North basin of Kenya
Bancy M Mati;Royston P C Morgan;Francis N Gichuki;John N Quinton.
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation (2000)
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