David Graham
David Graham
Lecturer in Physical Geography, Loughborough University
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Graphical representation of particle shape using triangular diagrams: an Excel spreadsheet method
DJ Graham, NG Midgley
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 25 (13), 1473-1477, 2000
A transferable method for the automated grain sizing of river gravels
DJ Graham, SP Rice, I Reid
© American Geophysical Union, 2005
Automated sizing of coarse-grained sediments: image-processing procedures
DJ Graham, I Reid, SP Rice
Mathematical geology 37 (1), 1-28, 2005
The potential of small unmanned aircraft systems and structure-from-motion for topographic surveys: A test of emerging integrated approaches at Cwm Idwal, North Wales
TN Tonkin, NG Midgley, DJ Graham, JC Labadz
Geomorphology 226, 35-43, 2014
Maximising the accuracy of image-based surface sediment sampling techniques
DJ Graham, AJ Rollet, H Piégay, SP Rice
© American Geophysical Union (AGU), 2010
Ice-cored moraine degradation mapped and quantified using an unmanned aerial vehicle: a case study from a polythermal glacier in Svalbard
TN Tonkin, NG Midgley, SJ Cook, DJ Graham
Geomorphology 258, 1-10, 2016
The accuracy of a river bed moulding/casting system and the effectiveness of a low‐cost digital camera for recording river bed fabric
JH Chandler, T Buffin‐Bélanger, S Rice, I Reid, DJ Graham
The Photogrammetric Record 18 (103), 209-223, 2003
Moraine-mound formation by englacial thrusting: the Younger Dryas moraines of Cwm Idwal, North Wales
DJ Graham, NG Midgley
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 176 (1), 321-336, 2000
Visualization and analysis of SPH data
J Biddiscombe, D Graham, P Maruzewski
Ercoftac Bulletin 76 (ARTICLE), 9-12, 2008
Conversions of surface grain-size samples collected and recorded using different procedures
DJ Graham, AJ Rollet, SP Rice, H Piégay
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 138 (10), 839-849, 2012
Origin, evolution and dynamic context of a Neoglacial lateral–frontal moraine at Austre Lovénbreen, Svalbard
NG Midgley, SJ Cook, DJ Graham, TN Tonkin
Geomorphology 198, 96-106, 2013
Sedimentary signatures of basal ice formation and their preservation in ice-marginal sediments
SJ Cook, DJ Graham, DA Swift, NG Midgley, WG Adam
Geomorphology 125 (1), 122-131, 2011
‘A test of the englacial thrusting hypothesis of “hummocky” moraine formation: case studies from the northwest Highlands, Scotland’: Comments
DJ GRAHAM, MR Bennett, NF Glasser, MJ Hambrey, D Huddart, ...
Boreas 36 (1), 103-107, 2007
Evolution of high-Arctic glacial landforms during deglaciation
NG Midgley, TN Tonkin, DJ Graham, SJ Cook
Geomorphology 311, 63-75, 2018
Applications of close‐range imagery in river research
W Bertoldi, H Piégay, T Buffin‐Bélanger, D Graham, S Rice
Fluvial remote sensing for science and management, 341-366, 2012
Comment: Photographic techniques for characterizing streambed particle sizes
DJ Graham, SP Rice, I Reid
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134 (6), 1599-1603, 2005
Terminal zone glacial sediment transfer at a temperate overdeepened glacier system
DA Swift, SJ Cook, DJ Graham, NG Midgley, AE Fallick, R Storrar, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 180, 111-131, 2018
Origin and significance of ‘dispersed facies’ basal ice: Svínafellsjökull, Iceland
SJ Cook, DA Swift, DJ Graham, NG Midgley
Journal of Glaciology 57 (204), 710-720, 2011
Moraine-mound formation during the Younger Dryas in Britain and the Neoglacial in Svalbard
DJ Graham
University of Wales Aberystwyth, 2002
The search for seismic signatures of movement at the glacier bed in a polythermal valley glacier
J Pomeroy, A Brisbourne, J Evans, D Graham
Annals of Glaciology 54 (64), 149-156, 2013
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