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A. Brad Murray
A. Brad Murray
Professor of Geomorphology and Coastal Processes, Duke University
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Formation of coastline features by large-scale instabilities induced by high-angle waves
A Ashton, AB Murray, O Arnoult
Nature 414 (6861), 296-300, 2001
5482001
A cellular model of braided rivers
AB Murray, C Paola
Nature 371 (6492), 54-57, 1994
5481994
A coupled geomorphic and ecological model of tidal marsh evolution
ML Kirwan, AB Murray
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (15), 6118-6122, 2007
5282007
High‐angle wave instability and emergent shoreline shapes: 1. Modeling of sand waves, flying spits, and capes
AD Ashton, AB Murray
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 111 (F4), 2006
3632006
Modelling the effect of vegetation on channel pattern in bedload rivers
AB Murray, C Paola
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2003
2742003
Estimation of discharge from three braided rivers using synthetic aperture radar satellite imagery: Potential application to ungaged basins
LC Smith, BL Isacks, AL Bloom, AB Murray
Water Resources Research 32 (7), 2021-2034, 1996
2521996
Estimation of discharge from three braided rivers using synthetic aperture radar satellite imagery: Potential application to ungaged basins
ABM LC Smith, BL Isacks, AL Bloom
Water Resources Research 32 (7), 2021-2034, 1996
2521996
The value of disappearing beaches: a hedonic pricing model with endogenous beach width
S Gopalakrishnan, MD Smith, JM Slott, AB Murray
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 61 (3), 297-310, 2011
2432011
A new hypothesis and exploratory model for the formation of large-scale inner-shelf sediment sorting and “rippled scour depressions”
AB Murray, ER Thieler
Continental Shelf Research 24 (3), 295-315, 2004
2232004
Biomorphodynamics: Physical‐biological feedbacks that shape landscapes
ML Murray, A. B., Knaapen, M. A. F., Tal, M., & Kirwan
Water Resources Research 44 (11), 2008
2152008
Biomorphodynamics: Physical‐biological feedbacks that shape landscapes
AB Murray, MAF Knaapen, M Tal, ML Kirwan
Water Resources Research 44 (11), 2008
2142008
Riparian vegetation as a primary control on channel characteristics in multi‐thread rivers
M Tal, K Gran, AB Murray, C Paola, DM Hicks
Riparian vegetation and fluvial geomorphology 8, 43-58, 2004
2052004
Fluvial and marine controls on combined subaerial and subaqueous delta progradation: Morphodynamic modeling of compound‐clinoform development
JB Swenson, C Paola, L Pratson, VR Voller, AB Murray
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 110 (F2), 2005
2042005
Patterns in the sand: From forcing templates to self-organization
G Coco, AB Murray
Geomorphology 91 (3-4), 271-290, 2007
2022007
Properties of a cellular braided‐stream model
AB Murray, C Paola
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 1997
2001997
High‐angle wave instability and emergent shoreline shapes: 2. Wave climate analysis and comparisons to nature
AD Ashton, AB Murray
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 111 (F4), 2006
1922006
Coastline responses to changing storm patterns
JM Slott, AB Murray, AD Ashton, TJ Crowley
Geophysical Research Letters 33 (18), 2006
1902006
Contrasting the goals, strategies, and predictions associated with simplified numerical models and detailed simulations
AB Murray
Geophysical Monograph-American Geophysical Union 135, 151-168, 2003
1862003
Reducing model complexity for explanation and prediction
AB Murray
Geomorphology 90 (3-4), 178-191, 2007
1812007
Rapid wetland expansion during European settlement and its implication for marsh survival under modern sediment delivery rates
ML Kirwan, AB Murray, JP Donnelly, DR Corbett
Geology 39 (5), 507-510, 2011
1632011
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