Gregory Sambrook Smith
Gregory Sambrook Smith
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Abundance, distribution, and drivers of microplastic contamination in urban river environments
J Tibbetts, S Krause, I Lynch, GH Sambrook Smith
Water 10 (11), 1597, 2018
The sedimentology and alluvial architecture of the sandy braided South Saskatchewan River, Canada
GH Sambrook Smith, PJ Ashworth, JL Best, J Woodward, CJ Simpson
Sedimentology 53 (2), 413-434, 2006
The gravel-sand transition along river channels
GH Sambrook Smith, RI Ferguson
Journal of Sedimentary Research 65 (2a), 423-430, 1995
Quantification of braided river channel change using archival digital image analysis
SN Lane, PE Widdison, RE Thomas, PJ Ashworth, JL Best, IA Lunt, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 35 (8), 971-985, 2010
Tributary, distributary and other fluvial patterns: What really represents the norm in the continental rock record?
CR Fielding, PJ Ashworth, JL Best, EW Prokocki, GHS Smith
Sedimentary Geology 261, 15-32, 2012
Numerical simulation of three‐dimensional flow hydraulics in a braided channel
AP Nicholas, GH Sambrook Smith
Hydrological processes 13 (6), 913-929, 1999
Nano and microplastic interactions with freshwater biota–current knowledge, challenges and future solutions
A Kukkola, S Krause, I Lynch, GHS Smith, H Nel
Environment International 152, 106504, 2021
Evolution and sedimentology of a channel fill in the sandy braided South Saskatchewan River and its comparison to the deposits of an adjacent compound bar
PJ Ashworth, GH Sambrook Smith, JL Best, JS Bridge, SN Lane, IA Lunt, ...
Sedimentology 58 (7), 1860-1883, 2011
Gathering at the top? Environmental controls of microplastic uptake and biomagnification in freshwater food webs
S Krause, V Baranov, HA Nel, JD Drummond, A Kukkola, T Hoellein, ...
Environmental Pollution 268, 115750, 2021
The effect of environmentally relevant conditions on PVP stabilised gold nanoparticles
A Hitchman, GHS Smith, Y Ju-Nam, M Sterling, JR Lead
Chemosphere 90 (2), 410-416, 2013
The morphology and facies of sandy braided rivers: some considerations of scale invariance
GH Sambrook Smith, PJ Ashworth, JL Best, J Woodward, CJ Simpson
Fluvial sedimentology VII, 145-158, 2005
The planform mobility of river channel confluences: Insights from analysis of remotely sensed imagery
SJ Dixon, GHS Smith, JL Best, AP Nicholas, JM Bull, ME Vardy, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 176, 1-18, 2018
Numerical simulation of bar and island morphodynamics in anabranching megarivers
AP Nicholas, PJ Ashworth, GH Sambrook Smith, SD Sandbach
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (4), 2019-2044, 2013
Measuring and defining bimodal sediments: Problems and implications
GHS Smith, AP Nicholas, RI Ferguson
Water Resources Research 33 (5), 1179-1185, 1997
Detection limits are central to improve reporting standards when using Nile red for microplastic quantification
HA Nel, AJ Chetwynd, L Kelleher, I Lynch, I Mansfield, H Margenat, ...
Chemosphere 263, 127953, 2021
The use and application of GPR in sandy fluvial environments: methodological considerations
J Woodward, PJ Ashworth, JL Best, GH Sambrook Smith, CJ Simpson
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 211 (1), 127-142, 2003
Can we distinguish flood frequency and magnitude in the sedimentological record of rivers?
GH Sambrook Smith, JL Best, PJ Ashworth, SN Lane, NO Parker, IA Lunt, ...
Geology 38 (7), 579-582, 2010
Effect of bed permeability and hyporheic flow on turbulent flow over bed forms
G Blois, JL Best, GH Sambrook Smith, RJ Hardy
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (18), 6435-6442, 2014
Scales and causes of heterogeneity in bars in a large multi‐channel river: Río Paraná, Argentina
AJH Reesink, PJ Ashworth, GH Sambrook Smith, JL Best, DR Parsons, ...
Sedimentology 61 (4), 1055-1085, 2014
The sedimentology and alluvial architecture of a large braid bar, Río Paraná, Argentina
GH Sambrook Smith, PJ Ashworth, JL Best, IA Lunt, O Orfeo, DR Parsons
Journal of Sedimentary Research 79 (8), 629-642, 2009
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