John Wainwright mainly focuses on Hydrology, Surface runoff, Erosion, Shrubland and Sediment. His Hydrology research includes elements of Storm and Field. His Surface runoff research incorporates elements of Infiltration, Gulch, Sediment transport and Splash.
The various areas that he examines in his Erosion study include Environmental resource management, Agricultural land, Vegetation, Current and Land degradation. His Environmental resource management study combines topics in areas such as Terrain and Catchment runoff. His Shrubland study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Spatial heterogeneity and Grassland.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrology, Erosion, Surface runoff, Sediment and Shrubland. In his work, Ecosystem is strongly intertwined with Vegetation, which is a subfield of Hydrology. His research investigates the connection with Erosion and areas like Land degradation which intersect with concerns in Environmental resource management.
The Surface runoff study combines topics in areas such as Infiltration, Gulch and Nutrient. The concepts of his Shrubland study are interwoven with issues in Shrub, Ecotone and Grassland. Soil science and Scaling are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary work.
John Wainwright spends much of his time researching Sediment, Hydrology, Physical geography, Erosion and Sediment transport. His research in Sediment intersects with topics in Flume and Particle size. John Wainwright performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Hydrology and Fluvial system via his papers.
John Wainwright interconnects Shrubland, Period, Grassland, Ecotone and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index in the investigation of issues within Physical geography. John Wainwright usually deals with Normalized Difference Vegetation Index and limits it to topics linked to Arid and Vegetation. His Erosion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Vegetation cover, Rangeland, Surface runoff and Environmental planning.
His primary areas of study are Hydrology, Geomorphology, Scale, Vegetation and Sediment transport. His study in the field of Surface runoff, Drainage basin and Sink is also linked to topics like Fluvial system. The study incorporates disciplines such as Froude number, Revegetation, Litter and Sowing in addition to Surface runoff.
His work on Aeolian processes as part of general Geomorphology study is frequently linked to Process, bridging the gap between disciplines. John Wainwright has included themes like Arid, Grassland and Shrub in his Vegetation study. His Sediment transport research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Empirical research and Conceptual framework.
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Concepts of hydrological connectivity: Research approaches, pathways and future agendas
L.J. Bracken;J. Wainwright;G.A. Ali;D. Tetzlaff.
Earth-Science Reviews (2013)
Sediment connectivity: a framework for understanding sediment transfer at multiple scales
Louise J. Bracken;Laura Turnbull;John Wainwright;Patrick Bogaart.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2015)
Plot-scale studies of vegetation, overland flow and erosion interactions: case studies from Arizona and New Mexico
John Wainwright;Anthony J. Parsons;Athol D. Abrahams.
Hydrological Processes (2000)
Linking environmental régimes, space and time: Interpretations of structural and functional connectivity
John Wainwright;Laura Turnbull;Tristan G. Ibrahim;Irantzu Lexartza-Artza.
Do Changes in Connectivity Explain Desertification
Gregory S. Okin;Anthony J. Parsons;John Wainwright;Jeffrey E. Herrick.
A conceptual framework for understanding semi-arid land degradation: ecohydrological interactions across multiple-space and time scales
L Turnbull;J Wainwright;Richard E. Brazier.
Scale relationships in hillslope runoff and erosion
Anthony J. Parsons;Richard E. Brazier;John Wainwright;D. Mark Powell.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2006)
Effects of vegetation change on interrill runoff and erosion, Walnut Gulch, southern Arizona
Athol D. Abrahams;Anthony J. Parsons;John Wainwright.
Environmental modelling: finding simplicity in complexity
John Wainwright;Mark Mulligan.
Environmental modelling - finding simplicity in complexity. (2003)
Nutrient losses in runoff from grassland and shrubland habitats in Southern New Mexico: I. rainfall simulation experiments
William H. Schlesinger;Athol D. Abrahams;Anthony J. Parsons;John Wainwright.
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