Ian Maddock
Ian Maddock
Professor of River Science
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The importance of physical habitat assessment for evaluating river health
I Maddock
Freshwater biology 41 (2), 373-391, 1999
6661999
Quantifying submerged fluvial topography using hyperspatial resolution UAS imagery and structure from motion photogrammetry
AS Woodget, PE Carbonneau, F Visser, IP Maddock
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (1), 47-64, 2015
3302015
Subaerial river bank erosion processes and their interaction with other bank erosion mechanisms on the River Arrow, Warwickshire, UK
PR Couper, IP Maddock
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2001
1722001
Insights into river bank erosion processes derived from analysis of negative erosion‐pin recordings: observations from three recent UK studies
P Couper, TIM Stott, IAN Maddock
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2002
1192002
Flow allocation for in-river needs
GE Petts, IP Maddock
Blackwell Science, 1994
1101994
Drones and digital photogrammetry: from classifications to continuums for monitoring river habitat and hydromorphology
AS Woodget, R Austrums, IP Maddock, E Habit
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 4 (4), e1222, 2017
902017
Ecohydraulics: an integrated approach
I Maddock
Wiley-Blackwell, 2013
852013
Ecohydraulics: an integrated approach
I Maddock
Wiley-Blackwell, 2013
852013
Linking hydrology and ecology: the scientific basis for river management
G Petts, I Maddock, M Bickerton, AJD Ferguson
The ecological basis for river management, 1-16, 1995
791995
Identifying the influence of channel morphology on physical habitat availability for native fish: application to the two-spined blackfish (Gadopsis bispinosus) in the Cotter …
I Maddock, M Thoms, K Jonson, F Dyer, M Lintermans
Marine and Freshwater Research 55 (2), 173-184, 2004
572004
Reallocation of compensation releases to restore river flows and improve instream habitat availability in the Upper Derwent catchment, Derbyshire, UK
IP Maddock, MA Bickerton, R Spence, T Pickering
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management: An International Journal Devoted to …, 2001
522001
Mesohabitat use by bullhead (Cottus gobio)
MP Gosselin, GE Petts, IP Maddock
Hydrobiologia 652 (1), 299-310, 2010
412010
The application of habitat mapping to identify representative PHABSIM sites on the River Tavy, Devon, UK
I Maddock, D Bird
2nd International Symposium on Habitat Hydraulics (eds M. Leclerc, H. Capra …, 1996
401996
An evaluation of image velocimetry techniques under low flow conditions and high seeding densities using unmanned aerial systems
S Pearce, R Ljubičić, S Peña-Haro, M Perks, F Tauro, A Pizarro, ...
Remote Sensing 12 (2), 232, 2020
342020
A framework for evaluating the spatial configuration and temporal dynamics of hydraulic patches
C Wallis, I Maddock, F Visser, M Acreman
River Research and Applications 28 (5), 585-593, 2012
332012
The development of hydraulic and geomorphic complexity in recently formed streams in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska
MJ Klaar, I Maddock, AM Milner
River Research and Applications 25 (10), 1331-1338, 2009
312009
Interactions between instream wood and hydrogeomorphic development within recently deglaciated streams in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska
MJ Klaar, DF Hill, I Maddock, AM Milner
Geomorphology 130 (3-4), 208-220, 2011
292011
Assessing the river aquifer interactions within the hyporheic zone
IP Maddock, C Evans, MT Greenwood, GE Petts
Wiley, 1995
271995
The accuracy and reliability of traditional surface flow type mapping: Is it time for a new method of characterizing physical river habitat?
AS Woodget, F Visser, IP Maddock, PE Carbonneau
River Research and Applications 32 (9), 1902-1914, 2016
262016
Incorporating hydrodynamics into ecohydraulics: The role of turbulence in the swimming performance and habitat selection of stream‐dwelling fish
MA Wilkes, I Maddock, F Visser, MC Acreman
Ecohydraulics: an integrated approach, 7-30, 2013
242013
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