The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrology, Drainage basin, Fluvial, Landform and Sediment. By researching both Hydrology and Landscape connectivity, Kirstie Fryirs produces research that crosses academic boundaries. Her research in Drainage basin intersects with topics in Ecology, Floodplain, Environmental change, Tributary and Escarpment.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Foundation, Complex response, Riparian zone and STREAMS in addition to Fluvial. The concepts of her Landform study are interwoven with issues in Channel, Catchment area and Physical geography. The Sedimentary budget research Kirstie Fryirs does as part of her general Sediment study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Spatial variability, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Kirstie Fryirs mainly investigates Hydrology, Drainage basin, Sediment, Environmental resource management and River management. Kirstie Fryirs has researched Hydrology in several fields, including Peat, Swamp and Fluvial. Her studies deal with areas such as Ecology, Disturbance, Physical geography and Tributary as well as Drainage basin.
Her work on Adaptive management is typically connected to Rehabilitation as part of general Environmental resource management study, connecting several disciplines of science. The various areas that Kirstie Fryirs examines in her River management study include Environmental planning, River restoration and Water resource management. Her work in Floodplain covers topics such as Riparian zone which are related to areas like Revegetation.
Her primary areas of study are Drainage basin, Hydrology, Peat, Swamp and River management. Her Drainage basin research integrates issues from Stream power, Sediment, Physical geography and Digital elevation model. Her Sediment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Channel, River catchment, Scale and Fluvial system.
Her Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Geodiversity and Seedling. She interconnects National park, Climate change, Temperate climate and Wetland in the investigation of issues within Peat. Her River management research includes elements of Water resource management, River restoration and Environmental planning.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Drainage basin, Sediment, River management, River restoration and Physical geography. She combines subjects such as Channel, Environmental resource management and Fluvial system with her study of Sediment. Her research integrates issues of Land cover, Land use, Sedimentary budget and Disturbance in her study of Channel.
Her study in River management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Climate change and Environmental planning. Her River restoration research incorporates themes from Hydrology, Scale, Fluvial and Drainage network. Her study on Physical geography also encompasses disciplines like
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Geomorphology and River Management: Applications of the River Styles Framework
Gary J Brierley;Kirstie A Fryirs.
Buffers, barriers and blankets : the (dis)connectivity of catchment-scale sediment cascades
Kirstie A. Fryirs;Gary J. Brierley;Nicholas J. Preston;Mio Kasai.
(Dis)Connectivity in catchment sediment cascades: a fresh look at the sediment delivery problem
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2013)
Landscape connectivity: the geographic basis of geomorphic applications
Gary Brierley;Kirstie Fryirs;Vikrant Jain.
Geomorphic Analysis of River Systems: An Approach to Reading the Landscape
Kirstie A. Fryirs;Gary J. Brierley.
River Styles, a Geomorphic Approach to Catchment Characterization: Implications for River Rehabilitation in Bega Catchment, New South Wales, Australia.
Gary J. Brierley;Kirstie Fryirs.
Environmental Management (2000)
A geomorphological framework for river characterization and habitat assessment
J.R. Thomson;M.P. Taylor;K.A. Fryirs;G.J. Brierley.
Aquatic Conservation-marine and Freshwater Ecosystems (2001)
Catchment-scale (dis)connectivity in sediment flux in the upper Hunter catchment, New South Wales, Australia
Kirstie A. Fryirs;Gary J. Brierley;Nicholas J. Preston;John Ronald Spencer.
Variability in sediment delivery and storage along river courses in Bega catchment, NSW, Australia: implications for geomorphic river recovery
Kirstie Fryirs;Gary J Brierley.
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 (2002)
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