Sediment, Sediment transport, Backscatter, Turbulence and Soil science are his primary areas of study. His Sediment study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Scattering, Suspension, Oceanography, Seabed and Instrumentation. Inversion is closely connected to Particle size in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Sediment transport.
Peter D. Thorne has included themes like Acoustics, Estuary, Signal and Mineralogy in his Backscatter study. His Turbulence study combines topics in areas such as Hydrology, Temporal resolution and Boundary layer. The Soil science study combines topics in areas such as Geotechnical engineering and Flow.
Peter D. Thorne spends much of his time researching Sediment, Sediment transport, Geotechnical engineering, Bedform and Acoustics. The various areas that Peter D. Thorne examines in his Sediment study include Mechanics, Oceanography, Mineralogy and Backscatter. His studies deal with areas such as Turbulence, Seabed, Soil science and Boundary layer as well as Sediment transport.
His study on Geotechnical engineering also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of study are Sediment, Sediment transport, Geotechnical engineering, Bedform and Oceanography. His Sediment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Backscatter, Scattering and Wave flume. He combines subjects such as Mineralogy and Grain size with his study of Backscatter.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Marine engineering, Mechanics, Boundary layer and Flume. His Geotechnical engineering research integrates issues from Turbulence, Bed roughness, Irregular waves and Water level. His studies in Bedform integrate themes in fields like Cohesion, Soil science and Deposition.
Peter D. Thorne mainly investigates Sediment transport, Sediment, Bedform, Geotechnical engineering and Cohesion. His studies link Acoustics with Sediment transport. His work deals with themes such as Mechanics, Boundary layer, Oceanography and Wave flume, which intersect with Sediment.
His Mechanics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mineralogy, Backscatter and Current. His Bedform research incorporates elements of Soil science and Intertidal zone. His Cohesion research includes elements of Sedimentary rock and Geologic record.
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A review of acoustic measurement of small-scale sediment processes
Peter D. Thorne;Daniel M. Hanes.
computer science symposium in russia (2002)
Measuring suspended sediment concentrations using acoustic backscatter devices
P.D Thorne;C.E Vincent;P.J Hardcastle;S Rehman.
Marine Geology (1991)
Comparison between ADCP and transmissometer measurements of suspended sediment concentration
Glenn P. Holdaway;Peter D. Thorne;David Flatt;Sarah E. Jones.
computer science symposium in russia (1999)
Analysis of acoustic measurements of suspended sediments
Peter D. Thorne;Peter J. Hardcastle;Richard L. Soulsby.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1993)
The pervasive role of biological cohesion in bedform development
Jonathan Malarkey;Jaco Baas;Julie Anne Hope;Rebecca Jane Aspden.
Nature Communications (2015)
Sea-bed noises reveal role of turbulent bursting phenomenon in sediment transport by tidal currents
A. D. Heathershaw;P. D. Thorne.
Backscattering from a suspension in the near field of a piston transducer
Andrew Downing;Peter D. Thorne;Christopher E. Vincent.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1995)
Acoustic measurements of suspended sediments in turbulent currents and comparison with in-situ samples
Peter D. Thorne;Peter J. Hardcastle.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1997)
A multi-frequency Acoustic Concentration and Velocity Profiler (ACVP) for boundary layer measurements of fine-scale flow and sediment transport processes
David Hurther;Peter Derreck Thorne;Mickaël Bricault;Ulrich Lemmin.
Coastal Engineering (2011)
In situ acoustic measurements of marine gravel threshold and transport
Peter D. Thorne;Jon J. Williams;Anthony D. Heathershaw.
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