Trevor B. Hoey mainly focuses on Geomorphology, Hydrology, Bed load, Sediment and Aggradation. In general Geomorphology study, his work on Sedimentary depositional environment often relates to the realm of Shear stress, Entrainment and Slowdown, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Trevor B. Hoey interconnects GNSS augmentation and Geodesy in the investigation of issues within Hydrology.
His work investigates the relationship between Bed load and topics such as Channel that intersect with problems in Routing, Sediment transport and Exner equation. His Sediment research includes elements of Biodiversity, Tributary and Clastic rock. His STREAMS research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Bedrock river, Catchment area, Knickpoint, Stream power and Hyperconcentrated flow.
Trevor B. Hoey spends much of his time researching Hydrology, Sediment, Geomorphology, Sediment transport and Bed load. His research links Sedimentary budget with Hydrology. As a part of the same scientific family, Trevor B. Hoey mostly works in the field of Sediment, focusing on Fluvial and, on occasion, Substrate.
His work in the fields of Geomorphology, such as Bedrock and Aggradation, overlaps with other areas such as Shear stress, Entrainment and Confluence. His work deals with themes such as Channel, Glacier, Meltwater and Spatial distribution, which intersect with Sediment transport. His Hyperconcentrated flow study in the realm of Bed load connects with subjects such as Hydraulics.
Trevor B. Hoey mostly deals with Hydrology, Sediment, Landslide, Geodesy and Interferometric synthetic aperture radar. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Beach morphodynamics and Field. His study with Sediment involves better knowledge in Geomorphology.
His Landslide research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Three gorges, Remote sensing and Drainage. His Geodesy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Seismology and Synthetic aperture radar interferometry. His Interferometric synthetic aperture radar study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fault, Water level and Subsidence.
Trevor B. Hoey focuses on Interferometric synthetic aperture radar, Hydrology, Sediment, Seismology and Landslide. His Interferometric synthetic aperture radar study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Focal mechanism, Water level and Subsidence. His Sediment study deals with the bigger picture of Geomorphology.
His work carried out in the field of Seismology brings together such families of science as Synthetic aperture radar interferometry and Geodetic datum, Geodesy. His research in Landslide intersects with topics in Three gorges, Terrain and China. His research investigates the connection between Erosion and topics such as Bedform that intersect with problems in Bedrock and Alluvium.
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Numerical simulation of downstream fining by selective transport in gravel bed rivers: Model development and illustration
Trevor B. Hoey;Rob Ferguson.
Water Resources Research (1994)
Knickpoint recession rate and catchment area: the case of uplifted rivers in Eastern Scotland
Paul Bishop;Trevor B. Hoey;John D. Jansen;Irantzu Lexartza Artza.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2005)
Field evidence for rapid downstream fining of river gravels through selective transport
Rob Ferguson;Trevor Hoey;Simon Wathen;Alan Werritty.
Temporal variations in bedload transport rates and sediment storage in gravel-bed rivers
Progress in Physical Geography (1992)
Channel morphology and bedload pulses in braided rivers: a laboratory study
Trevor B. Hoey;Alex J. Sutherland.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (1991)
Unequal Mobility of Gravel and Sand in Weakly Bimodal River Sediments
Simon J. Wathen;Robert I. Ferguson;Trevor B. Hoey;Alan Werritty.
Water Resources Research (1995)
Evaluating sub-pixel offset techniques as an alternative to D-InSAR for monitoring episodic landslide movements in vegetated terrain
A. Singleton;Z. Li;Z. Li;T. Hoey;J.-P. Muller.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2014)
Tributary control of physical heterogeneity and biological diversity at river confluences
Stephen P Rice;Robert I Ferguson;Trevor B Hoey.
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (2006)
Using advanced InSAR time series techniques to monitor landslide movements in Badong of the Three Gorges region, China
Peng Liu;Zhenhong Li;Trevor Hoey;Cem Kincal;Cem Kincal.
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation (2013)
The Irrawaddy River Sediment Flux to the Indian Ocean: The Original Nineteenth-Century Data Revisited
R. A. J. Robinson;M. I. Bird;Nay Win Oo;T. B. Hoey.
The Journal of Geology (2007)
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