Simon Pulley
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Sediment source fingerprinting as an aid to catchment management: a review of the current state of knowledge and a methodological decision-tree for end-users
AL Collins, S Pulley, IDL Foster, A Gellis, P Porto, AJ Horowitz
Journal of Environmental Management 194, 86-108, 2017
The uncertainties associated with sediment fingerprinting suspended and recently deposited fluvial sediment in the Nene river basin
S Pulley, I Foster, P Antunes
Geomorphology 228, 303-319, 2015
The impact of catchment source group classification on the accuracy of sediment fingerprinting outputs
S Pulley, I Foster, AL Collins
Journal of environmental management 194, 16-26, 2017
The application of sediment fingerprinting to floodplain and lake sediment cores: assumptions and uncertainties evaluated through case studies in the Nene Basin, UK
S Pulley, I Foster, P Antunes
Journal of Soils and Sediments 15 (10), 2132-2154, 2015
Tracing catchment fine sediment sources using the new SIFT (SedIment Fingerprinting Tool) open source software
S Pulley, AL Collins
Science of the Total Environment 635, 838-858, 2018
The use of an ordinary colour scanner to fingerprint sediment sources in the South African Karoo
S Pulley, K Rowntree
Journal of environmental management 165, 253-262, 2016
Sediment source fingerprinting: benchmarking recent outputs, remaining challenges and emerging themes
AL Collins, M Blackwell, P Boeckx, CA Chivers, M Emelko, O Evrard, ...
Journal of soils and sediments 20 (12), 4160-4193, 2020
Flood bench chronology and sediment source tracing in the upper Thina catchment, South Africa: the role of transformed landscape connectivity
B van der Waal, K Rowntree, S Pulley
Journal of soils and sediments 15 (12), 2398-2411, 2015
Conservatism of mineral magnetic signatures in farm dam sediments in the South African Karoo: the potential effects of particle size and post-depositional diagenesis
S Pulley, K Rowntree, I Foster
Journal of soils and sediments 15 (12), 2387-2397, 2015
The invasive alien plant, Impatiens glandulifera (Himalayan Balsam), and increased soil erosion: causation or association? Case studies from a river system in Switzerland and …
P Greenwood, P Baumann, S Pulley, NJ Kuhn
Journal of Soils and Sediments 18 (12), 3463-3477, 2018
Magnetic susceptibility as a simple tracer for fluvial sediment source ascription during storm events
KM Rowntree, BW van der Waal, S Pulley
Journal of environmental management 194, 54-62, 2017
The dynamics of sediment‐associated contaminants over a transition from drought to multiple flood events in a lowland UK catchment
S Pulley, I Foster, P Antunes
Hydrological Processes 30 (5), 704-719, 2016
Stages in the life of a magnetic grain: sediment source discrimination, particle size effects and spatial variability in the South African Karoo
S Pulley, K Rowntree
Geoderma 271, 134-143, 2016
Gully erosion as a mechanism for wetland formation: An examination of two contrasting landscapes
S Pulley, WN Ellery, JV Lagesse, PK Schlegel, SJ McNamara
Land Degradation & Development 29 (6), 1756-1767, 2018
Field scale temporal and spatial variability of δ13C, δ15N, TC and TN soil properties: implications for sediment source tracing
AL Collins, E Burak, P Harris, S Pulley, L Cardenas, Q Tang
Geoderma 333, 108-122, 2019
Colour as reliable tracer to identify the sources of historically deposited flood bench sediment in the Transkei, South Africa: A comparison with mineral magnetic tracers …
S Pulley, B Van der Waal, K Rowntree, AL Collins
Catena 160, 242-251, 2018
Are source groups always appropriate when sediment fingerprinting? The direct comparison of source and sediment samples as a methodological step
S Pulley, B Van Der Waal, AL Collins, IDL Foster, K Rowntree
River Research and Applications 33 (10), 1553-1563, 2017
Field-based determination of controls on runoff and fine sediment generation from lowland grazing livestock fields
S Pulley, AL Collins
Journal of environmental management 249, 109365, 2019
Can channel banks be the dominant source of fine sediment in a UK river?: an example using 137Cs to interpret sediment yield and sediment source
S Pulley, I Foster
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42 (4), 624-634, 2017
Variability in the mineral magnetic properties of soils and sediments within a single field in the Cape Fold mountains, South Africa: Implications for sediment source tracing
S Pulley, AL Collins, B Van der Waal
Catena 163, 172-183, 2018
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