The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sediment, Hydrology, Drainage basin, Floodplain and Overbank. His study in the field of Sedimentation also crosses realms of Context. His work in Sedimentation addresses issues such as Sedimentary budget, which are connected to fields such as Aggradation.
The Hydrology study combines topics in areas such as Soil water and Land use. His Drainage basin study incorporates themes from Channel bank, Tributary and Water resource management. His Channel bank research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Structural basin, Subsoil and Topsoil.
His primary areas of study are Sediment, Hydrology, Drainage basin, Erosion and Floodplain. His Sediment research includes elements of Channel and Soil science. Philip N. Owens has researched Hydrology in several fields, including Structural basin and Soil water.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Drainage basin, Channel bank is strongly linked to Topsoil. His work deals with themes such as Geotechnical engineering and WEPP, which intersect with Erosion. He has included themes like Transect and Overbank in his Floodplain study.
Philip N. Owens focuses on Sediment, Hydrology, Watershed, Soil science and Erosion. In his research, Philip N. Owens performs multidisciplinary study on Sediment and Tracing. His work in the fields of Drainage basin, Water quality and Tributary overlaps with other areas such as Tailings.
His study in Watershed is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Land use, Biogeochemical cycle and Topsoil. His research investigates the link between Erosion and topics such as Deposition that cross with problems in Floodplain. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sedimentation, Environmental change, Grain size and Biogeochemistry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Hydrology, Sediment, Erosion, Watershed and Soil science. His research combines Aquatic ecosystem and Hydrology. His Sediment research incorporates elements of Earth science, Glacier, Streamflow, Grain size and Biogeochemistry.
His Erosion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Storm, Meltwater, Glacial period, Sedimentary budget and Drainage basin. The concepts of his Drainage basin study are interwoven with issues in Channel, Sediment gravity flow, Biogeochemical cycle and Siltation. His Watershed study combines topics in areas such as Land use, Deposition, Soil water, Topsoil and Lead.
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Fine-grained sediment in river systems : Environmental significance and management issues
P. N. Owens;R. J. Batalla;A. J. Collins;B. Gomez.
River Research and Applications (2005)
Fingerprinting suspended sediment sources in the catchment of the River Ouse, Yorkshire, UK
Desmond E. Walling;Philip N. Owens;Graham J. L. Leeks.
Hydrological Processes (1999)
Storage of sediment-associated nutrients and contaminants in river channel and floodplain systems
D.E Walling;P.N Owens;J Carter;G.J.L Leeks.
Applied Geochemistry (2003)
Sediments in urban river basins: a review of sediment–contaminant dynamics in an environmental system conditioned by human activities
Kevin G. Taylor;Philip N. Owens.
Journal of Soils and Sediments (2009)
The behavioural characteristics of sediment properties and their implications for sediment fingerprinting as an approach for identifying sediment sources in river basins
A.J. Koiter;P.N. Owens;E.L. Petticrew;D.A. Lobb.
Earth-Science Reviews (2013)
The phosphorus content of fluvial sediment in rural and industrialized river basins.
Philip N Owens;Desmond E Walling.
Water Research (2002)
Fingerprinting suspended sediment sources in a large urban river system.
Julie Carter;Philip N Owens;Desmond E Walling;Graham J.L Leeks.
Science of The Total Environment (2003)
Spatial variability of caesium-137 inventories at reference sites: an example from two contrasting sites in England and Zimbabwe
Philip N. Owens;Desmond E. Walling.
Applied Radiation and Isotopes (1996)
The role of channel and floodplain storage in the suspended sediment budget of the River Ouse, Yorkshire, UK
Desmond E. Walling;Philip N. Owens;Graham J.L. Leeks.
The particle size characteristics of fluvial suspended sediment in the Humber and Tweed catchments, UK
Desmond E Walling;Philip N Owens;Ben D Waterfall;Graham J.L Leeks.
Science of The Total Environment (2000)
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