James Terry
James Terry
Professor of Geosciences, Department of Environmental Sciences, Zayed University
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Wildfire impacts on soil-erosion and hydrology in wet Mediterranean forest, Portugal
RA Shakesby, CDA Coelho, AD Ferreira, JP Terry, RPD Walsh
International Journal of Wildland Fire 3 (2), 95-110, 1993
2241993
Tropical Cyclones: Climatology and Impacts in the South Pacific
JP Terry
Springer: New York, 2007
1222007
Soil hydrophobicity effects on rainsplash: simulated rainfall and photographic evidence
JP Terry, RA Shakesby
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 18 (6), 519-525, 1993
1151993
Responses of atoll freshwater lenses to storm-surge overwash in the Northern Cook Islands
JP Terry, AC Falkland
Hydrogeology Journal 18 (3), 749-759, 2010
1042010
Evaluating the fate of freshwater lenses on atoll islands after eustatic sea-level rise and cyclone-driven inundation: A modelling approach
JP Terry, TFM Chui
Global and Planetary Change 88, 76-84, 2012
762012
Rates of floodplain accretion in a tropical island river system impacted by cyclones and large floods
JP Terry, S Garimella, RA Kostaschuk
Geomorphology 42 (3-4), 171-182, 2002
692002
Megaclasts: Proposed Revised Nomenclature at the Coarse End of the Udden-Wentworth Scale for Sedimentary Particles
JP Terry, J Goff
Journal of Sedimentary Research 84 (3), 192-197, 2014
542014
Coral boulders, gravel tongues and sand sheets: features of coastal accretion and sediment nourishment by Cyclone Tomas (March 2010) on Taveuni Island, Fiji
S Etienne, JP Terry
Geomorphology 175, 54-65, 2012
522012
Influence of sea-level rise on freshwater lenses of different atoll island sizes and lens resilience to storm-induced salinization
TFM Chui, JP Terry
Journal of Hydrology 502, 18-26, 2013
492013
Fire, post-burn land management practice and soil erosion response curves in eucalyptus and pine forests, north-central Portugal
RA Shakesby, COA Coelho, AD Ferreira, JP Terry, RPD Walsh
Soil Erosion and Degradation as a Consequence of Forest Fires, 111-132, 1994
461994
Vulnerability of freshwater and estuarine fish habitats in the tropical Pacific to climate change
PC Gehrke, MJ Sheaves, JP Terry, DT Boseto, JC Ellison, BS Figa, J Wani
Impact of Climate Change on Fisheries in the Pacific, 369-431, 2011
43*2011
Three‐dimensional modeling of coastal boulders using multi‐view image measurements
GA Gienko, JP Terry
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39, 853-864, 2014
412014
A rainsplash component analysis to define mechanisms of soil detachment and transportation
JP Terry
Soil Research 36 (3), 525-542, 1998
411998
Modeling fresh water lens damage and recovery on atolls after storm‐wave washover
TFM Chui, JP Terry
Ground Water 50 (3), 412-420, 2012
382012
Tropical cyclones and floods in Fiji
RAY KOSTASCHUK, J TERRY, R RAJ
Hydrological Sciencs Journal 46 (3), 435-450, 2001
332001
Reef-Platform Coral Boulders: Evidence for High-Energy Marine Inundation Events on Tropical Coastlines
JP Terry, AYA Lau, S Etienne
Springer: Dordrecht, 2013
32*2013
One hundred and thirty years since Darwin: ‘Reshaping’ the theory of atoll formation
JP Terry, J Goff
The Holocene 23 (4), 615-619, 2013
312013
Sediment deposition rate in the Falefa River basin, Upolu island, Samoa
JP Terry, RA Kostaschuk, S Garimella
Journal of Environmental Radioactivity 86 (1), 45-63, 2006
302006
Suspended sediment transport during tropical‐cyclone floods in Fiji
R Kostaschuk, J Terry, R Raj
Hydrological Processes 17 (6), 1149-1164, 2003
302003
Understanding the history of extreme wave events in the Tuamotu Archipelago of French Polynesia from large carbonate boulders on Makemo Atoll, with implications for future …
AYA Lau, JP Terry, AD Ziegler, AD Switzer, Y Lee, S Etienne
Marine Geology 380, 174-190, 2016
292016
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