Stephen E. Darby spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Bank erosion, Geotechnical engineering, Fluvial and Erosion. Stephen E. Darby interconnects Landform, Riparian zone and Bedform in the investigation of issues within Hydrology. His Bank erosion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Pore water pressure and Flow, Flume.
His Pore water pressure research also works with subjects such as
Stephen E. Darby spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Sediment, Bank erosion, Geotechnical engineering and Geomorphology. His Hydrology research integrates issues from Sediment transport, Riparian zone and Fluvial. His research in Sediment intersects with topics in Channel, Erosion and Water resource management.
His Erosion study which covers Deposition that intersects with Bedform. His work carried out in the field of Bank erosion brings together such families of science as Shear stress, Cohesion, Bank, Pore water pressure and Meander. His studies in Geotechnical engineering integrate themes in fields like Hydraulic jump, Flow, Submarine channel and Submarine.
Stephen E. Darby mainly investigates Hydrology, Sediment, Delta, Sediment transport and Fluvial. Hydrology, Bank, Erosion, Sand mining and Flood myth are subfields of Hydrology in which his conducts study. His study ties his expertise on Deposition together with the subject of Erosion.
His research investigates the connection between Sediment and topics such as Channel that intersect with problems in Accretion and Sorting. The Fluvial study combines topics in areas such as Streamflow and Bank erosion. His Bank erosion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Geotechnical engineering, Shearing, Shear stress, Flow conditions and Meander.
Stephen E. Darby focuses on Hydrology, Current, Delta, Climate change and Sediment. His Hydrology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mekong river, Storm and Fluvial. Stephen E. Darby has researched Fluvial in several fields, including Storm surge, Flood myth, Streamflow, Surge and Discharge.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fluid dynamics, Turbulent diffusion and Bedform. His work carried out in the field of Sediment brings together such families of science as Channel and Total organic carbon. His studies in Sediment transport integrate themes in fields like Bank and Sorting.
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Accounting for uncertainty in DEMs from repeat topographic surveys: improved sediment budgets
Joseph M. Wheaton;James Brasington;Stephen E. Darby;David A. Sear.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2009)
Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs): Their past, present and future contributions to the advancement of marine geoscience
Russell B. Wynn;Veerle A.I. Huvenne;Timothy P. Le Bas;Bramley J. Murton.
Marine Geology (2014)
Bank and near-bank processes in an incised channel
Andrew Simon;Andrea Curini;Stephen E. Darby;Eddy J. Langendoen.
Numerical simulation of bank erosion and channel migration in meandering rivers
Stephen E. Darby;Andrei M. Alabyan;Marco J. Van de Wiel.
Water Resources Research (2002)
Effect of Riparian Vegetation on Flow Resistance and Flood Potential
Stephen E. Darby.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (1999)
Numerical simulation of hydrodynamics and bank erosion in a river bend
Massimo Rinaldi;Beatrice Mengoni;Laura Luppi;Stephen E. Darby.
Water Resources Research (2008)
Development and Testing of Riverbank-Stability Analysis
Stephen E. Darby;Colin R. Thorne.
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (1996)
9 Modelling river-bank-erosion processes and mass failure mechanisms: progress towards fully coupled simulations
Massimo Rinaldi;Stephen E. Darby.
Developments in earth surface processes (2007)
Fluvial sediment supply to a mega-delta reduced by shifting tropical-cyclone activity
Stephen E. Darby;Christopher R. Hackney;Julian Leyland;Matti Kummu.
Coupled simulations of fluvial erosion and mass wasting for cohesive river banks
Stephen E. Darby;Massimo Rinaldi;Stefano Dapporto.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2007)
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