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Professor Timothy Quine

Professor Timothy Quine

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) / Professor of Earth System Science

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 Northcote House 108

 

Northcote House, University of Exeter, The Queen’s Drive,  Exeter, EX4 4QJ, UK

Overview

Tim Quine is the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) and Professor of Earth System Science at the University of Exeter. Prior to taking on the Deputy Vice-Chancellor role, Tim was the Academic Dean for Students having been the Associate Dean for Education for the College of Life and Environmental Sciences.

As the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education, Tim is responsible for delivering the University’s Education Strategy (2014-2020) with oversight of its implementation and monitoring providing regular reports to Senate and Council (through Dual Assurance). Other key aspects of Tim’s portfolio include widening participation, admissions and student recruitment and employability. Tim maintains a close partnership with the Students’ Guild and FXU to look at the quality and enhancement of the student experience). Finally Tim works closely with the Interim Academic Dean for Students and the six College Associate Deans for Education to ensure that the University maintains its excellent academic quality and standards and seeks to innovate the educational experience of all Exeter students.

Tim undertakes research in Earth Surface Science that focuses on perturbation of the terrestrial carbon cycle by soil erosion and sediment deposition and on long-term landscape evolution. Tim’s research has a strongly international dimension and, in addition to continuing work in Europe, Tim’s current projects take him to China (Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Geochemistry), India (Indian Council for Agricultural Research) and South America (Brazilian National Institute for Space Research). Over 62% of his papers have been written with international collaborators. He was a Lead Author of the Regulating Services Chapter for the UK National Ecosystem Assessment and has been a member of National and International Working Groups on Geomorphology. He has an H-index of 38 and has been cited >3900 times.

Tim continues to contribute to postgraduate education in Geography, where he took up a lectureship in 1993 and was the Head of the Department from 2004-2008. He is a member of University Senior Management Group, Senate and currently chairs the University Education Executive. He has been external examiner of undergraduate programmes at 3 Russell Group Universities, examined PhD theses at several UK and International Universities and has been involved in a number of Institutional reviews including Kazan University, at the Invitation of AKKORK (Russian equivalent to QAA).

Qualifications

BSc (London),
PhD (Strathclyde)

Research group links

Research

Research interests

Tim’s research interests lie in 6 areas

  • Understanding & quantifying erosion processes on agricultural land – the role of tillage erosion.
    The last decade has seen a paradigm shift in understanding of soil redistribution processes on agricultural land and research in collaboration with Gerard Govers (Catholic University of Leuven) has been influential in this shift. Early tillage erosion experiments were undertaken in North America (Lindstrom, Lobb) and France (Revel), but the dominance of tillage erosion as a soil redistribution process was first demonstrated when experimental data were combined with erosion models (developed by Leuven and Exeter) and 137Cs data. Collaborative research between Exeter and Leuven led to the formulation of the EU-funded TERON project (partners: Dino Torri, Firenze, Juan Vincente Giraldez, Cordoba, Constantinos Kosmas, Athens, Raphael da Silva, Evora & Goswin Heckrath, Foulum) which has addressed the current state and future trends in tillage erosion in Europe. Developments in tillage erosion research have formed the focus of 3 international conferences (Toronto 1997, Leuven 1999, Exeter/Reading, 2002) organised iin collaboration with Gerard Govers and David Lobb ( University of Manitoba). Further research in this area has been undertaken in collaboration with Prof. Xinbao Zhang ( Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, Chengdu, China), Dr Les Basher ( Landcare, New Zealand) and Zhanli Wang (National Key Laboratory of Soil Erosion & Dryland Farming on the Loess Plateau, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Yangling, Shaanxi Province, China).
  • Soil erosion and carbon dynamics on agricultural land.
    Research undertaken under the TERON programme demonstrated that soil redistribution by tillage erosion is of sufficient magnitude to lead to evolution of significant spatial variation in soil properties over time periods of a few decades (Quine et al., 1999; Quine and Zhang, 2002). This has important implications for carbon dynamics and these are currently being explored with Kristof Van Oost (Marie Curie Fellow, Exeter) and Gerard Govers and Roel Merkx ( Leuven). Ongoing research supports the contention that on rolling terrain subject to mechanised agriculture in temperate environments tillage erosion drives a carbon sink of the order of 5-15 g C m -2 year -1 (Van Oost et al., 2005). This has significant implications for carbon sequestration policy. We are currently developing carbon isotope work with Jennifer Harden (USGS) and exploring links to climate change with Richard Betts and Peter Falloon (Hadley Centre, UK MetOffice).
  • Development and application of techniques for erosion assessment using radionuclides.
    The advances in understanding outlined above have been made possible through developments in erosion assessment using fallout radionuclides (especially 137Cs, 134Cs and 210Pbex). Pioneering work in this field was undertaken in North America and Australia, however, NERC-funded research undertaken with Prof. Walling represented the first systematic application of radionuclide techniques in Europe. Developments included: systematic sampling strategies linked to collection of topographic and land use data; methods for erosion rate estimation using mass-balance models; evaluation and validation of erosion rate estimates using independent data. Much of the early work using fallout radionuclides focused on Developed Countries. Research sponsored by Lloyd’s of London and ODA in collaboration with Des Walling, Xinbao Zhang (Chengdu), Qalabane Chakela (Lesotho) and Owen Mandiringana (Zimbabwe) represented some of the first applications of the approach in areas where erosion is a more severe problem – Zimbabwe, Lesotho and China (Sichuan, Yunnan, Gansu, Shaanxi Provinces). Work with Xinbao Zhang and Des Walling has made important progress in identifying the source of sediment reaching the Yellow River, and the processes of erosion on steep farmland.
  • Sediment Supply, Slope-Channel Coupling and Channel Response.
    This area of research is being undertaken in collaboration with Andrew Nicholas with the support of a NERC-funded studentship (Rhian Thomas) and a current NERC small grant. Advances in understanding of the link between sediment supply and landform evolution are being established through comparison of the results of numerical modelling (cellular and 1-dimensional) with reconstructions of landscape change based on data derived from fieldwork in the Avoca valley, New Zealand, laboratory analysis of soils (OSL at CSIRO, Canberra; chemical indicators of pedogenic processes; magnetic properties) and image analysis of archive aerial photographs.
  • Experimental Geomorphology.
    This body of work is divided into two components: well-established field tillage experiments and developing laboratory approaches to investigation of and large-scale landscape evolution and soil erosion processes. Tillage experiments have been funded by BGRG and TERON. Laboratory investigations have been undertaken in Leuven and form the focus of ongoing developmental work in the Sediment Research Facility. Phil Greenwood (NERC-funded PhD student) is examining the potential for active tracing of sediment pathways using fallout radionulcides. Lucy Clarke (Exeter-funded PhD student) is developing the landscape evolution work in an experimental invesitigation field of alluvial fan dynamics.
  • Remote sensing of agricultural landscapes.
    This area of research has been supported by a NERC ARSF flight to investigate erosion signatures using hyperspectral data from cropland sites in Devon (2002) and by research studentships (3), funded by the Saudi Arabian Cultural Bureau, that have focussed on aspects of Agricultural development in KSA. Eed Al-Otaibi used a time series of remotely sensed images from early air photos through Landsat MSS and TM to IKONOS to map the agricultural development of the Najran Valley, Saudi Arabia and to examine the correlation between documentary records and reconstruction based on image interpretation. Abdulaziz Al-Zokair investigated the potential for mapping soil salinization in Hasa Oasis in Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia using both soil reflectance and vegetation stress. Ali Aldosari has conducted a GIS/RS study of the 2000 outbreak of Rift Valley Fever in Jizan Province, Saudi Arabia. Particular emphasis has been on the potential to identify mosquito breeding sites and risk of RVF infection using readily accessible data layers and satellite imagery. Comparison with of risk maps with the distribution of infection provides insights into both the reliability of the approach and non-environmental controls on the outbreak.

Tim has been actively involved with the British Geomorphological Research Group - BGRG . He served on the Executive Committee since from 1997 to 2001 and as Honorary Secretary from 1998 to 2001. He received the Gordon Warwick Award of the Group in 1997. Tim maintains links with the antipodes through membership of the South Pacific Environmental Radionuclide Association (SPERA) and presented keynote papers at the 1998 and 2000 conferences. Tim also serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Soil and Tillage Research.

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Publications

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Key publications


(2013). Spatially-explicit regional-scale prediction of soil organic carbon stocks in cropland using environmental variables and mixed model approaches. Geoderma, 204-205, 31-42. Abstract.
Nicholas AP, Quine TA (2010). Quantitative assessment of landform equifinality and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction using geomorphic models. Geomorphology, 121(3-4), 167-183.
Nicholas AP, Clarke L, Quine TA (2009). A numerical modelling and experimental study of flow width dynamics on alluvial fans. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 34, 1985-1993.
Van Oost K, Cerdan O, Quine TA (2009). Accelerated sediment fluxes by water and tillage erosion on European agricultural land. Earth Sutrface Processes and Landforms
Quine TA, van Oost K (2007). Quantifying carbon sequestration as a result of soil erosion and deposition: retrospective assessment using caesium-137 and carbon inventories. Global Change Biology, 13, 2610-2625.
VanOost K, Quine TA, De Gryze S, Govers G (2007). The impact of agricultural soil erosion on the Global Carbon Cycle. Science, 318(5850), 626-629.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Meersmans J, Arrouays D, Van Rompaey AJJ, Pagé C, De Baets S, Quine TA (In Press). Future C loss in mid-latitude mineral soils: climate change exceeds land use mitigation potential in France. Sci Rep, 6 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Glendell M, Macshane G, Farrow L, Quinton J, Anderson K, Evans M, Benaud P, Rawlins B, Morgan D, Jones L, et al (In Press). Testing the utility of structure from motion photogrammetry reconstructions using small unmanned aerial vehicles and ground photography to estimate the extent of upland soil erosion. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Full text.
Li D, Zhang X, Green SM, Dungait JAJ, Wen X, Tang Y, Guo Z, Yang Y, Sun X, Quine TA, et al (2018). Nitrogen functional gene activity in soil profiles under progressive vegetative recovery after abandonment of agriculture at the Puding Karst Critical Zone Observatory, SW China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 125, 93-102. Abstract.
(2018). Soil microbial populations in deep floodplain soils are adapted to infrequent but regular carbon substrate addition. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 122, 60-70. Abstract.  Full text.
Glendell M, Jones R, Dungait JAJ, Meusburger K, Schwendel AC, Barclay R, Barker S, Haley S, Quine TA, Meersmans J, et al (2018). Tracing of particulate organic C sources across the terrestrial-aquatic continuum, a case study at the catchment scale (Carminowe Creek, southwest England). Science of the Total Environment, 616-617, 1077-1088. Abstract.  Full text.
(2017). An evaluation of the hysteresis in chemical concentration–discharge (C–Q) relationships from drained, intensively managed grasslands in southwest England. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 62(8), 1243-1254. Abstract.
(2017). Analysis of fundamental physical factors influencing channel bank erosion: results for contrasting catchments in England and Wales. Environmental Earth Sciences, 76(7). Abstract.
Jones MW, Quine TA, de Rezende CE, Dittmar T, Johnson B, Manecki M, Marques JSJ, de Aragão LEOC (2017). Do Regional Aerosols Contribute to the Riverine Export of Dissolved Black Carbon?. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 122(11), 2925-2938. Full text.
(2017). Ecosystem service delivery in Karst landscapes: anthropogenic perturbation and recovery. Acta Geochimica, 36(3), 416-420. Abstract.  Full text.
Song X, Gao Y, Green SM, Dungait JAJ, Peng T, Quine TA, Xiong B, Wen X, He N (2017). Nitrogen loss from karst area in China in recent 50 years: An in-situ simulated rainfall experiment's assessment. Ecology and Evolution, 7(23), 10131-10142. Abstract.
Quine TA, Walling DE, Gaspar L, Quijano L, Lizaga I (2017). Relating Intensity of Soil Redistribution to Land Use Changes in Abandoned Pyrenean Fields Using Fallout Caesium-137. Land Degradation and Development, 28(7), 2017-2029. Abstract.
(2017). University challenge. Economist (United Kingdom), 413(9051).
Quine TA, Shaver GR, Hartley IP (2016). Investigating the controls on soil organic matter decomposition in tussock tundra soil and permafrost after fire. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 99, 108-116. Abstract.  Full text.
(2016). Mapping mean total annual precipitation in Belgium, by investigating the scale of topographic control at the regional scale. Journal of Hydrology, 540, 96-105. Abstract.  Full text.
Li Y, Quine TA, Yu HQ, Govers G, Six J, Gong DZ, Wang Z, Zhang YZ, Van Oost K (2015). Sustained high magnitude erosional forcing generates an organic carbon sink: Test and implications in the Loess Plateau, China. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 411, 281-289. Abstract.  Full text.
Clymans W, Merckx R, Notebaert B, Govers G (2014). The fate of buried organic carbon in colluvial soils: a long-term perspective. Biogeosciences, 11(3), 873-883. Abstract.
(2014). Using caesium-134 and cobalt-60 as tracers to assess the remobilization of recently-deposited overbank-derived sediment on river floodplains during subsequent inundation events. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 39(2), 228-244. Abstract.
Meersmans J, Martin MP, Lacarce E, Orton TG, De Baets S, Gourrat M, Saby NPA, Wetterlind J, Bispo A, Quine TA, et al (2013). Estimation of Soil Carbon Input in France: an Inverse Modelling Approach. Pedosphere, 23(4), 422-436. Abstract.
(2013). Geomorphology and terrestrial carbon cycling. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38(1), 103-105.
Smith P, Ashmore MR, Black HIJ, Burgess PJ, Evans CD, Quine TA, Thomson AM, Hicks K, Orr HG (2013). REVIEW: the role of ecosystems and their management in regulating climate, and soil, water and air quality. Journal of Applied Ecology, 50(4), 812-829. Abstract.
De Baets S, Meersmans J, Vanacker V, Quine TA, Van Oost K (2013). Spatial variability and change in soil organic carbon stocks in response to recovery following land abandonment and erosion in mountainous drylands. Soil Use and Management
(2013). Spatial variability and change in soil organic carbon stocks in response to recovery following land abandonment and erosion in mountainous drylands. Soil Use and Management, 29(1), 65-76. Abstract.
(2013). Spatially-explicit regional-scale prediction of soil organic carbon stocks in cropland using environmental variables and mixed model approaches. Geoderma, 204-205, 31-42. Abstract.
Greenwood P, Walling DE, Quine TA (2013). Using caesium-134 and cobalt-60 as tracers to assess the remobilization of recently-deposited overbank-derived sediment on river floodplains during subsequent inundation events. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
Evans M, Quine T, Kuhn N (2012). Geomorphology and terrestrial carbon cycling. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
Smith P, Ashmore MR, Black HIJ, Burgess PJ, Evans CD, Quine TA, Thomson AM, Hicks K, Orr HG (2012). The role of ecosystems and their management in regulating climate, and soil, water and air quality. Journal of Applied Ecology
Nicholas AP, Quine TA (2010). Quantitative assessment of landform equifinality and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction using geomorphic models. Geomorphology, 121(3-4), 167-183.
Nicholas AP, Clarke L, Quine TA (2009). A numerical modelling and experimental study of flow width dynamics on alluvial fans. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 34, 1985-1993.
Van Oost K, Cerdan O, Quine TA (2009). Accelerated sediment fluxes by water and tillage erosion on European agricultural land. Earth Sutrface Processes and Landforms
Clarke L, Quine TA, Nicholas AP (2009). An experimental investigation of autogenic behaviour during alluvial fan evolution. Geomorphology, 115, 278-285.
(2008). Response. Science, 319(5866).
Van OK, Six J, Govers G, Quine T, De GS (2008). Soil erosion: a carbon sink or source? Response. SCIENCE, 319(5866), 1042-1042.
(2007). Cellular modelling as a tool for interpreting historic braided river evolution. Geomorphology, 90(3-4), 302-317. Abstract.
Nicholas AP, Quine TA (2007). Crossing the divide: Representation of channels and processes in reduced-complexity river models at reach and landscape scales. Geomorphology, 90(3-4), 318-339.
Nicholas AP, Quine TA (2007). Modelling alluvial landform change in the absence of external environmental forcing. Geology, 35(6), 527-530.
Quine TA, van Oost K (2007). Quantifying carbon sequestration as a result of soil erosion and deposition: retrospective assessment using caesium-137 and carbon inventories. Global Change Biology, 13, 2610-2625.
VanOost K, Quine TA, De Gryze S, Govers G (2007). The impact of agricultural soil erosion on the Global Carbon Cycle. Science, 318(5850), 626-629.
Navas A, Walling DE, Quine T, Machin J, Soto J, Domenech S, Lopez-Vicente M (2007). Variability in (CS)-C-137 inventories and potential climatic and lithological controls in the central Ebro valley, Spain. JOURNAL OF RADIOANALYTICAL AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY, 274(2), 331-339. Abstract.
Zhang, J. Quine T, Ni, S. Ge, F. (2006). Stocks and dynamics of SOC in relation to soil distribution by water and tillage erosion. Global Change Biology, 12(10), 1834-1841.
(2006). Tillage erosion: a review of controlling factors and implications for soil quality. Progress in Physical Geography, 30(4), 443-466. Abstract.
Van Oost K, Van Muysen W, Govers G, Deckers J, Quine TA (2005). From water to tillage erosion dominated landform evolution. Geomorphology, 72(1-4), 193-203. Abstract.
VanOost K, Govers G, Quine TA, Heckrath G, Oleson J, Merckx R (2005). Landscape-scale modeling of carbon cycling under the impact of soil redistribution: the role of tillage erosion. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 19(4).
Heckrath G, Djurhuus J, Quine TA, Van Oost K, Govers G, Zhang Y (2005). Tillage erosion and its effect on soil properties and crop yield in Denmark. J Environ Qual, 34(1), 312-324. Abstract.  Author URL.
VanOost, K. Govers, G. Heckrath, G. (2004). Comment on Managing Soil Carbon. Science, 305(5690).
Quine TA, Zhang Y (2004). Re-defining tillage erosion: Quantifying intensity-direction relationships for complex terrain. 2. Revised mouldboard erosion model. Soil Use and Management, 20(2), 124-132. Abstract.
Quine TA, Zhang Y (2004). Re-defining tillage erosion: quantifying intensity - direction relationships for complex terrain. (1) Derivation of an adirectional soil transport coefficient. Soil Use and Management, 20(2), 114-123.
(2003). Simulation of the redistribution of soil by tillage on complex topographies. European Journal of Soil Science, 54(1), 63-76. Abstract.
(2003). Tillage erosion intensity in the South Canterbury Downlands, New Zealand. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 41(4), 789-807. Abstract.
Quine TA, Zhang Y (2002). An investigation of spatial variation in soil erosion, soil properties and crop production within an agricultural field in Devon, United Kingdom. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 57(1), 55-65.
(2001). Comparison of methods used to calculate tillage translocation using plot-tracers. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 56(4), 321-328. Abstract.
Quine T, Vanoost K (2001). The effects of tillage displaced soil on soil properties and wheat biomass. Soil and Tillage Research, 58(1-2), 31-44. Abstract.
Zhang XB, Quine TA (2000). A study of soil erosion on a steep cultivated slope in the Mt. Gongga region near Luding, Sichuan, China, using the <sup>137</sup>Cs technique. Acta Geologica Hispanica, 35(3-4), 229-238. Abstract.
(2000). Modeling translocation and dispersion of soil constituents by tillage on sloping land. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 64(5), 1733-1739. Abstract.
Quine TA, Govers G, Poesen J, Walling D, Van Wesemael B, Martinez-Fernandez J (1999). Fine-earth translocation by tillage in stony soils in the Guadalentin, south-east Spain: an investigation using caesium-134. Soil and Tillage Research, 51(3-4), 279-301. Abstract.
Govers G, Lobb DA, Quine TA (1999). Preface - Tillage erosion and translocation: emergence of a new paradigm in soil erosion research. SOIL & TILLAGE RESEARCH, 51(3-4), 167-174. Author URL.
(1999). Rates and patterns of tillage and water erosion on terraces and contour strips: Evidence from caesium-137 measurements. Catena, 36(1-2), 115-142. Abstract.
(1999). Sediment transport by overland flow over an area of net deposition. Hydrological Processes, 13(17), 2769-2782. Abstract.
(1999). Tillage erosion and translocation: Emergence of a new paradigm in soil erosion research. Preface. Soil and Tillage Research, 51(3-4), 167-174.
Quine TA, Walling DE, Zhang X (1999). Tillage erosion, water erosion and soil quality on cultivated terraces near Xifeng in the Loess Plateau, China. Land Degradation and Development, 10(3), 251-274. Abstract.
(1999). Use of caesium-137 data for validation of spatially distributed erosion models: the implications of tillage erosion. Catena, 37(3-4), 415-430. Abstract.
(1998). Soil erosion rates on sloping cultivated land on the Loess Plateau near Ansai, Shaanxi Province, China: an investigation using <sup>137</sup>Cs and rill measurements. Hydrological Processes, 12(1), 171-189. Abstract.
Wagner A, Greenland DJ, Lal R, Quine T, Billing DW, Evans R, Giller K (1997). Degradation and resilience of soils - Discussion. PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 352(1356), 1008-1010. Author URL.
(1997). Erosion processes and landform evolution on agricultural land - New perspectives from caesium-137 measurements and topographic-based erosion modelling. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 22(9), 799-816. Abstract.
Vandaele K, Quine T, Degraer G (1997). Patterns of rock fragment cover generated by tillage erosion. Geomorphology, 18(3-4), 183-197. Abstract.
(1997). Use of reservoir deposits and caesium-137 measurements to investigate the erosional response of a small drainage basin in the rolling loess plateau region of China. Land Degradation and Development, 8(1), 1-16. Abstract.
Govers G, Quine TA, Desmet PJJ, Walling DE (1996). The relative contribution of soil tillage and overland flow erosion to soil redistribution on agricultural land. EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS, 21(10), 929-946. Author URL.
(1996). Use of fallout radionuclide measurements in sediment budget investigations. Geomorphologie. Relief, Processus, Environnement, 3, 17-27. Abstract.
(1995). Use of caesium-137 and lead-210 as tracers in soil erosion investigations. Tracer technologies for hydrological systems. Proc. international symposium, Colorado, 1995, 163-172. Abstract.
ZHANG XB, QUINE TA, WALLING DE, LI Z (1994). APPLICATION OF THE CESIUM-137 TECHNIQUE IN a STUDY OF SOIL-EROSION ON GULLY SLOPES IN a YUAN AREA OF THE LOESS PLATEAU NEAR XIFENG, GANSU PROVINCE, CHINA. GEOGRAFISKA ANNALER SERIES A-PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, 76(1-2), 103-120. Author URL.
Zhou L (1994). Application of the caesium-137 technique in a study of soil erosion on gully slopes in a yuan area of the Loess Plateau near Xifeng, Gansu Province, China. Geografiska Annaler, Series A, 76 A(1-2), 103-120. Abstract.
(1994). Soil erosion and redistribution on cultivated and uncultivated land near las bardenas in the central Ebro river Basin, Spain. Land Degradation & Development, 5(1), 41-55. Abstract.
(1993). Use of caesium-137 measurements to investigate relationships between erosion rates and topography. Landscape sensitivity, 31-48. Abstract.
Walling DE, Quine TA (1993). Using chernobyl-derived fallout radionuclides to investigate the role of downstream conveyance losses in the suspended sediment budget of the river severn, United Kingdom. Physical Geography, 14(3), 239-253. Abstract.
(1992). An evaluation of micromorphology as an aid to archaeological interpretation. Geoarchaeology, 7(1), 55-65. Abstract.
Walling DE, Quine TA, Rowan JS (1992). Fluvial transport and redistribution of Chernobyl fallout radionuclides. Hydrobiologia, 235-236(1), 231-246. Abstract.
He Q (1992). Investigating contemporary rates of floodplain sedimentation. Lowland floodplain rivers, 165-184. Abstract.
Quine TA, Walling DE, Zhang X, Wang Y (1992). Investigation of soil erosion on terraced fields near Yanting, Sichuan Province, China, using caesium-137. Erosion, debris flows and environment in mountain regions. Proc. international symposium, Chengdu, 1992, 155-168. Abstract.
(1991). Fluvial redistribution of Chernobyl radionuclides. NERC News, 18, 22-25. Abstract.
(1991). Rates of soil erosion on arable fields in Britain: quantitative data from caesium‐137 measurements. Soil Use and Management, 7(4), 169-176. Abstract.
(1991). Recent rates of soil loss from areas of arable cultivation in the UK.  Abstract.
Walling DE, Quine TA (1991). Recent rates of soil loss from areas of arable cultivation in the UK.  Abstract.
(1991). Recent rates of soil loss from areas of arable cultivation in the UK. Sediment and stream water quality in a changing environment. Proc. symposium, Vienna, 1991, 123-131. Abstract.
WALLING DE, QUINE TA (1991). Use of <sup>137</sup>Cs measurements to investigate soil erosion on arable fields in the UK: potential applications and limitations. Journal of Soil Science, 42(1), 147-165. Abstract.
Walling DE, Quine TA (1990). Calibration of caesium-137 measurements to provide quantitative erosion rate data. Land Degradation and Rehabilitation, 2, 161-175.

Conferences

Clarke L, Quine TA, Nicholas AP (2008). An evaluation of the role of physical models in exploring form-process feedbacks in alluvial fans. Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments.
Clarke LE, Quine TA, Nicholas AP (2008). An evaluation of the role of physical models in exploring form–process feedbacks in alluvial fans. Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments. 1st - 5th Dec 2008. Abstract.
Greenwood P, Walling DE, Quine TA (2008). Assessing the remobilisation of recently deposited sediment from river flood plains during single overbank flood events, using caesium-134 and cobalt-60 as tracers. Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments. 1st - 5th Dec 2008. Abstract.
Van Oost K, Quine TA, Govers G, Heckrath G (2006). Modeling soil erosion induced carbon fluxes between soil and atmosphere on agricultural land using SPEROS-C.  Author URL.
Navas A, Walling DE, Quine TA, Machin J, Soto J (2005). The pattern of soil redistribution along a transect in the central Ebro basin (NE Spain) and its controls.  Abstract.
(2000). The use of phosphorus as a tracer in erosion/sedimentation studies.  Abstract.
Brown AG, Quine TA (1999). Fluvial processes and environmental change: an overview.  Author URL.
Quine TA, Walling D, Zhang XB (1999). Slope and gully response to agricultural activity in the rolling Loess Plateau, China.  Author URL.
King BP, Quine TA, Walling DE, SEDIMENTAT INTRESTCTRE, SEDIMENTAT INTRESTCTRE (1998). Assessment of within-field sediment storage in agricultural catchments using a terrain-based GIS.  Author URL.
Navas A, GarciaRuiz JM, Machin J, Lasanta T, Valero B, Walling DE, Quine TA (1997). Soil erosion on dry farming land in two changing environments of the central Ebro Valley, Spain.  Author URL.
(1995). Use of caesium-137 and lead-210 as tracers in soil erosion investigations.  Abstract.
WALLING DE, QUINE TA, AGCY INTAE (1995). Use of fallout radionuclide measurements in soil erosion investigations.  Author URL.
Quine TA, Desmet PJJ, Govers G, Vandaele K, Walling DE (1994). A comparison of the roles of tillage and water erosion in landform development and sediment export on agricultural land near Leuven, Belgium.  Abstract.
(1993). An investigation of the influence of edaphic, topographic and land- use controls on soil erosion on agricultural land in the Borrowdale and Chinamora areas, Zimbabwe, based on caesium-137 measurements.  Abstract.
(1993). Assessing recent rates of soil loss from areas of arable cultivation in the UK.  Abstract.
QUINE TA, WALLING DE, ZHANG X (1993). THE ROLE OF TILLAGE IN SOIL REDISTRIBUTION WITHIN TERRACED FIELDS ON THE LOESS PLATEAU, CHINA - AN INVESTIGATION USING CESIUM-137.  Author URL.
(1993). The effect of water erosion and tillage movement on hillslope profile development: a comparison of field observations and model results.  Abstract.
(1992). The use of caesium-137 measurements in soil erosion surveys.  Abstract.
(1991). Recent rates of soil loss from areas of arable cultivation in the UK.  Abstract.
(1990). Use of Caesium-137 to investigate patterns and rates of soil erosion on arable fields.  Abstract.

Publications by year


In Press

Meersmans J, Arrouays D, Van Rompaey AJJ, Pagé C, De Baets S, Quine TA (In Press). Future C loss in mid-latitude mineral soils: climate change exceeds land use mitigation potential in France. Sci Rep, 6 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Glendell M, Macshane G, Farrow L, Quinton J, Anderson K, Evans M, Benaud P, Rawlins B, Morgan D, Jones L, et al (In Press). Testing the utility of structure from motion photogrammetry reconstructions using small unmanned aerial vehicles and ground photography to estimate the extent of upland soil erosion. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms Full text.

2018

Li D, Zhang X, Green SM, Dungait JAJ, Wen X, Tang Y, Guo Z, Yang Y, Sun X, Quine TA, et al (2018). Nitrogen functional gene activity in soil profiles under progressive vegetative recovery after abandonment of agriculture at the Puding Karst Critical Zone Observatory, SW China. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 125, 93-102. Abstract.
(2018). Soil microbial populations in deep floodplain soils are adapted to infrequent but regular carbon substrate addition. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 122, 60-70. Abstract.  Full text.
Glendell M, Jones R, Dungait JAJ, Meusburger K, Schwendel AC, Barclay R, Barker S, Haley S, Quine TA, Meersmans J, et al (2018). Tracing of particulate organic C sources across the terrestrial-aquatic continuum, a case study at the catchment scale (Carminowe Creek, southwest England). Science of the Total Environment, 616-617, 1077-1088. Abstract.  Full text.

2017

(2017). An evaluation of the hysteresis in chemical concentration–discharge (C–Q) relationships from drained, intensively managed grasslands in southwest England. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 62(8), 1243-1254. Abstract.
(2017). Analysis of fundamental physical factors influencing channel bank erosion: results for contrasting catchments in England and Wales. Environmental Earth Sciences, 76(7). Abstract.
Jones MW, Quine TA, de Rezende CE, Dittmar T, Johnson B, Manecki M, Marques JSJ, de Aragão LEOC (2017). Do Regional Aerosols Contribute to the Riverine Export of Dissolved Black Carbon?. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 122(11), 2925-2938. Full text.
(2017). Ecosystem service delivery in Karst landscapes: anthropogenic perturbation and recovery. Acta Geochimica, 36(3), 416-420. Abstract.  Full text.
Song X, Gao Y, Green SM, Dungait JAJ, Peng T, Quine TA, Xiong B, Wen X, He N (2017). Nitrogen loss from karst area in China in recent 50 years: An in-situ simulated rainfall experiment's assessment. Ecology and Evolution, 7(23), 10131-10142. Abstract.
Quine TA, Walling DE, Gaspar L, Quijano L, Lizaga I (2017). Relating Intensity of Soil Redistribution to Land Use Changes in Abandoned Pyrenean Fields Using Fallout Caesium-137. Land Degradation and Development, 28(7), 2017-2029. Abstract.
(2017). University challenge. Economist (United Kingdom), 413(9051).

2016

Quine TA, Shaver GR, Hartley IP (2016). Investigating the controls on soil organic matter decomposition in tussock tundra soil and permafrost after fire. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 99, 108-116. Abstract.  Full text.
(2016). Mapping mean total annual precipitation in Belgium, by investigating the scale of topographic control at the regional scale. Journal of Hydrology, 540, 96-105. Abstract.  Full text.

2015

Li Y, Quine TA, Yu HQ, Govers G, Six J, Gong DZ, Wang Z, Zhang YZ, Van Oost K (2015). Sustained high magnitude erosional forcing generates an organic carbon sink: Test and implications in the Loess Plateau, China. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 411, 281-289. Abstract.  Full text.

2014

Clymans W, Merckx R, Notebaert B, Govers G (2014). The fate of buried organic carbon in colluvial soils: a long-term perspective. Biogeosciences, 11(3), 873-883. Abstract.
(2014). Using caesium-134 and cobalt-60 as tracers to assess the remobilization of recently-deposited overbank-derived sediment on river floodplains during subsequent inundation events. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 39(2), 228-244. Abstract.

2013

Meersmans J, Martin MP, Lacarce E, Orton TG, De Baets S, Gourrat M, Saby NPA, Wetterlind J, Bispo A, Quine TA, et al (2013). Estimation of Soil Carbon Input in France: an Inverse Modelling Approach. Pedosphere, 23(4), 422-436. Abstract.
(2013). Geomorphology and terrestrial carbon cycling. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38(1), 103-105.
Smith P, Ashmore MR, Black HIJ, Burgess PJ, Evans CD, Quine TA, Thomson AM, Hicks K, Orr HG (2013). REVIEW: the role of ecosystems and their management in regulating climate, and soil, water and air quality. Journal of Applied Ecology, 50(4), 812-829. Abstract.
De Baets S, Meersmans J, Vanacker V, Quine TA, Van Oost K (2013). Spatial variability and change in soil organic carbon stocks in response to recovery following land abandonment and erosion in mountainous drylands. Soil Use and Management
(2013). Spatial variability and change in soil organic carbon stocks in response to recovery following land abandonment and erosion in mountainous drylands. Soil Use and Management, 29(1), 65-76. Abstract.
(2013). Spatially-explicit regional-scale prediction of soil organic carbon stocks in cropland using environmental variables and mixed model approaches. Geoderma, 204-205, 31-42. Abstract.
Greenwood P, Walling DE, Quine TA (2013). Using caesium-134 and cobalt-60 as tracers to assess the remobilization of recently-deposited overbank-derived sediment on river floodplains during subsequent inundation events. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

2012

Evans M, Quine T, Kuhn N (2012). Geomorphology and terrestrial carbon cycling. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms
Smith P, Ashmore MR, Black HIJ, Burgess PJ, Evans CD, Quine TA, Thomson AM, Hicks K, Orr HG (2012). The role of ecosystems and their management in regulating climate, and soil, water and air quality. Journal of Applied Ecology

2010

Nicholas AP, Quine TA (2010). Quantitative assessment of landform equifinality and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction using geomorphic models. Geomorphology, 121(3-4), 167-183.

2009

Nicholas AP, Clarke L, Quine TA (2009). A numerical modelling and experimental study of flow width dynamics on alluvial fans. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 34, 1985-1993.
Van Oost K, Cerdan O, Quine TA (2009). Accelerated sediment fluxes by water and tillage erosion on European agricultural land. Earth Sutrface Processes and Landforms
Clarke L, Quine TA, Nicholas AP (2009). An experimental investigation of autogenic behaviour during alluvial fan evolution. Geomorphology, 115, 278-285.

2008

Clarke L, Quine TA, Nicholas AP (2008). An evaluation of the role of physical models in exploring form-process feedbacks in alluvial fans. Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments.
Clarke LE, Quine TA, Nicholas AP (2008). An evaluation of the role of physical models in exploring form–process feedbacks in alluvial fans. Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments. 1st - 5th Dec 2008. Abstract.
Greenwood P, Walling DE, Quine TA (2008). Assessing the remobilisation of recently deposited sediment from river flood plains during single overbank flood events, using caesium-134 and cobalt-60 as tracers. Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments. 1st - 5th Dec 2008. Abstract.
(2008). Response. Science, 319(5866).
Van OK, Six J, Govers G, Quine T, De GS (2008). Soil erosion: a carbon sink or source? Response. SCIENCE, 319(5866), 1042-1042.

2007

(2007). Cellular modelling as a tool for interpreting historic braided river evolution. Geomorphology, 90(3-4), 302-317. Abstract.
Nicholas AP, Quine TA (2007). Crossing the divide: Representation of channels and processes in reduced-complexity river models at reach and landscape scales. Geomorphology, 90(3-4), 318-339.
Nicholas AP, Quine TA (2007). Modelling alluvial landform change in the absence of external environmental forcing. Geology, 35(6), 527-530.
Quine TA, van Oost K (2007). Quantifying carbon sequestration as a result of soil erosion and deposition: retrospective assessment using caesium-137 and carbon inventories. Global Change Biology, 13, 2610-2625.
VanOost K, Quine TA, De Gryze S, Govers G (2007). The impact of agricultural soil erosion on the Global Carbon Cycle. Science, 318(5850), 626-629.
Navas A, Walling DE, Quine T, Machin J, Soto J, Domenech S, Lopez-Vicente M (2007). Variability in (CS)-C-137 inventories and potential climatic and lithological controls in the central Ebro valley, Spain. JOURNAL OF RADIOANALYTICAL AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY, 274(2), 331-339. Abstract.

2006

Van Oost K, Quine TA, Govers G, Heckrath G (2006). Modeling soil erosion induced carbon fluxes between soil and atmosphere on agricultural land using SPEROS-C.  Author URL.
Zhang, J. Quine T, Ni, S. Ge, F. (2006). Stocks and dynamics of SOC in relation to soil distribution by water and tillage erosion. Global Change Biology, 12(10), 1834-1841.
(2006). Tillage erosion: a review of controlling factors and implications for soil quality. Progress in Physical Geography, 30(4), 443-466. Abstract.

2005

Van Oost K, Van Muysen W, Govers G, Deckers J, Quine TA (2005). From water to tillage erosion dominated landform evolution. Geomorphology, 72(1-4), 193-203. Abstract.
VanOost K, Govers G, Quine TA, Heckrath G, Oleson J, Merckx R (2005). Landscape-scale modeling of carbon cycling under the impact of soil redistribution: the role of tillage erosion. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 19(4).
Navas A, Walling DE, Quine TA, Machin J, Soto J (2005). The pattern of soil redistribution along a transect in the central Ebro basin (NE Spain) and its controls.  Abstract.
Heckrath G, Djurhuus J, Quine TA, Van Oost K, Govers G, Zhang Y (2005). Tillage erosion and its effect on soil properties and crop yield in Denmark. J Environ Qual, 34(1), 312-324. Abstract.  Author URL.

2004

VanOost, K. Govers, G. Heckrath, G. (2004). Comment on Managing Soil Carbon. Science, 305(5690).
Quine TA, Zhang Y (2004). Re-defining tillage erosion: Quantifying intensity-direction relationships for complex terrain. 2. Revised mouldboard erosion model. Soil Use and Management, 20(2), 124-132. Abstract.
Quine TA, Zhang Y (2004). Re-defining tillage erosion: quantifying intensity - direction relationships for complex terrain. (1) Derivation of an adirectional soil transport coefficient. Soil Use and Management, 20(2), 114-123.

2003

(2003). Simulation of the redistribution of soil by tillage on complex topographies. European Journal of Soil Science, 54(1), 63-76. Abstract.
(2003). Tillage erosion intensity in the South Canterbury Downlands, New Zealand. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 41(4), 789-807. Abstract.

2002

Quine TA, Zhang Y (2002). An investigation of spatial variation in soil erosion, soil properties and crop production within an agricultural field in Devon, United Kingdom. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 57(1), 55-65.

2001

(2001). Comparison of methods used to calculate tillage translocation using plot-tracers. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 56(4), 321-328. Abstract.
Quine T, Vanoost K (2001). The effects of tillage displaced soil on soil properties and wheat biomass. Soil and Tillage Research, 58(1-2), 31-44. Abstract.

2000

Zhang XB, Quine TA (2000). A study of soil erosion on a steep cultivated slope in the Mt. Gongga region near Luding, Sichuan, China, using the <sup>137</sup>Cs technique. Acta Geologica Hispanica, 35(3-4), 229-238. Abstract.
(2000). Modeling translocation and dispersion of soil constituents by tillage on sloping land. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 64(5), 1733-1739. Abstract.
(2000). The use of phosphorus as a tracer in erosion/sedimentation studies.  Abstract.

1999

Quine TA, Govers G, Poesen J, Walling D, Van Wesemael B, Martinez-Fernandez J (1999). Fine-earth translocation by tillage in stony soils in the Guadalentin, south-east Spain: an investigation using caesium-134. Soil and Tillage Research, 51(3-4), 279-301. Abstract.
Brown AG, Quine TA (1999). Fluvial processes and environmental change: an overview.  Author URL.
Govers G, Lobb DA, Quine TA (1999). Preface - Tillage erosion and translocation: emergence of a new paradigm in soil erosion research. SOIL & TILLAGE RESEARCH, 51(3-4), 167-174. Author URL.
(1999). Rates and patterns of tillage and water erosion on terraces and contour strips: Evidence from caesium-137 measurements. Catena, 36(1-2), 115-142. Abstract.
(1999). Sediment transport by overland flow over an area of net deposition. Hydrological Processes, 13(17), 2769-2782. Abstract.
Quine TA, Walling D, Zhang XB (1999). Slope and gully response to agricultural activity in the rolling Loess Plateau, China.  Author URL.
(1999). Tillage erosion and translocation: Emergence of a new paradigm in soil erosion research. Preface. Soil and Tillage Research, 51(3-4), 167-174.
Quine TA, Walling DE, Zhang X (1999). Tillage erosion, water erosion and soil quality on cultivated terraces near Xifeng in the Loess Plateau, China. Land Degradation and Development, 10(3), 251-274. Abstract.
(1999). Use of caesium-137 data for validation of spatially distributed erosion models: the implications of tillage erosion. Catena, 37(3-4), 415-430. Abstract.

1998

King BP, Quine TA, Walling DE, SEDIMENTAT INTRESTCTRE, SEDIMENTAT INTRESTCTRE (1998). Assessment of within-field sediment storage in agricultural catchments using a terrain-based GIS.  Author URL.
(1998). Soil erosion rates on sloping cultivated land on the Loess Plateau near Ansai, Shaanxi Province, China: an investigation using <sup>137</sup>Cs and rill measurements. Hydrological Processes, 12(1), 171-189. Abstract.

1997

Wagner A, Greenland DJ, Lal R, Quine T, Billing DW, Evans R, Giller K (1997). Degradation and resilience of soils - Discussion. PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 352(1356), 1008-1010. Author URL.
(1997). Erosion processes and landform evolution on agricultural land - New perspectives from caesium-137 measurements and topographic-based erosion modelling. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 22(9), 799-816. Abstract.
Vandaele K, Quine T, Degraer G (1997). Patterns of rock fragment cover generated by tillage erosion. Geomorphology, 18(3-4), 183-197. Abstract.
Navas A, GarciaRuiz JM, Machin J, Lasanta T, Valero B, Walling DE, Quine TA (1997). Soil erosion on dry farming land in two changing environments of the central Ebro Valley, Spain.  Author URL.
(1997). Use of reservoir deposits and caesium-137 measurements to investigate the erosional response of a small drainage basin in the rolling loess plateau region of China. Land Degradation and Development, 8(1), 1-16. Abstract.

1996

Govers G, Quine TA, Desmet PJJ, Walling DE (1996). The relative contribution of soil tillage and overland flow erosion to soil redistribution on agricultural land. EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS, 21(10), 929-946. Author URL.
(1996). Use of fallout radionuclide measurements in sediment budget investigations. Geomorphologie. Relief, Processus, Environnement, 3, 17-27. Abstract.

1995

(1995). Use of caesium-137 and lead-210 as tracers in soil erosion investigations. Tracer technologies for hydrological systems. Proc. international symposium, Colorado, 1995, 163-172. Abstract.
(1995). Use of caesium-137 and lead-210 as tracers in soil erosion investigations.  Abstract.
WALLING DE, QUINE TA, AGCY INTAE (1995). Use of fallout radionuclide measurements in soil erosion investigations.  Author URL.

1994

Quine TA, Desmet PJJ, Govers G, Vandaele K, Walling DE (1994). A comparison of the roles of tillage and water erosion in landform development and sediment export on agricultural land near Leuven, Belgium.  Abstract.
ZHANG XB, QUINE TA, WALLING DE, LI Z (1994). APPLICATION OF THE CESIUM-137 TECHNIQUE IN a STUDY OF SOIL-EROSION ON GULLY SLOPES IN a YUAN AREA OF THE LOESS PLATEAU NEAR XIFENG, GANSU PROVINCE, CHINA. GEOGRAFISKA ANNALER SERIES A-PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, 76(1-2), 103-120. Author URL.
Zhou L (1994). Application of the caesium-137 technique in a study of soil erosion on gully slopes in a yuan area of the Loess Plateau near Xifeng, Gansu Province, China. Geografiska Annaler, Series A, 76 A(1-2), 103-120. Abstract.
(1994). Soil erosion and redistribution on cultivated and uncultivated land near las bardenas in the central Ebro river Basin, Spain. Land Degradation & Development, 5(1), 41-55. Abstract.

1993

(1993). An investigation of the influence of edaphic, topographic and land- use controls on soil erosion on agricultural land in the Borrowdale and Chinamora areas, Zimbabwe, based on caesium-137 measurements.  Abstract.
(1993). Assessing recent rates of soil loss from areas of arable cultivation in the UK.  Abstract.
QUINE TA, WALLING DE, ZHANG X (1993). THE ROLE OF TILLAGE IN SOIL REDISTRIBUTION WITHIN TERRACED FIELDS ON THE LOESS PLATEAU, CHINA - AN INVESTIGATION USING CESIUM-137.  Author URL.
(1993). The effect of water erosion and tillage movement on hillslope profile development: a comparison of field observations and model results.  Abstract.
(1993). Use of caesium-137 measurements to investigate relationships between erosion rates and topography. Landscape sensitivity, 31-48. Abstract.
Walling DE, Quine TA (1993). Using chernobyl-derived fallout radionuclides to investigate the role of downstream conveyance losses in the suspended sediment budget of the river severn, United Kingdom. Physical Geography, 14(3), 239-253. Abstract.

1992

(1992). An evaluation of micromorphology as an aid to archaeological interpretation. Geoarchaeology, 7(1), 55-65. Abstract.
Walling DE, Quine TA, Rowan JS (1992). Fluvial transport and redistribution of Chernobyl fallout radionuclides. Hydrobiologia, 235-236(1), 231-246. Abstract.
He Q (1992). Investigating contemporary rates of floodplain sedimentation. Lowland floodplain rivers, 165-184. Abstract.
Quine TA, Walling DE, Zhang X, Wang Y (1992). Investigation of soil erosion on terraced fields near Yanting, Sichuan Province, China, using caesium-137. Erosion, debris flows and environment in mountain regions. Proc. international symposium, Chengdu, 1992, 155-168. Abstract.
(1992). The use of caesium-137 measurements in soil erosion surveys.  Abstract.

1991

(1991). Fluvial redistribution of Chernobyl radionuclides. NERC News, 18, 22-25. Abstract.
(1991). Rates of soil erosion on arable fields in Britain: quantitative data from caesium‐137 measurements. Soil Use and Management, 7(4), 169-176. Abstract.
(1991). Recent rates of soil loss from areas of arable cultivation in the UK.  Abstract.
Walling DE, Quine TA (1991). Recent rates of soil loss from areas of arable cultivation in the UK.  Abstract.
(1991). Recent rates of soil loss from areas of arable cultivation in the UK.  Abstract.
(1991). Recent rates of soil loss from areas of arable cultivation in the UK. Sediment and stream water quality in a changing environment. Proc. symposium, Vienna, 1991, 123-131. Abstract.
WALLING DE, QUINE TA (1991). Use of <sup>137</sup>Cs measurements to investigate soil erosion on arable fields in the UK: potential applications and limitations. Journal of Soil Science, 42(1), 147-165. Abstract.

1990

Walling DE, Quine TA (1990). Calibration of caesium-137 measurements to provide quantitative erosion rate data. Land Degradation and Rehabilitation, 2, 161-175.
(1990). Use of Caesium-137 to investigate patterns and rates of soil erosion on arable fields.  Abstract.

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Committee/panel activities

The UK National Ecosystem Assessment

Lead Author of Regulating Services Chapter (Prof. Pete Smith Coordinating Lead Author)

Institutional Reviews

Kazan University, Ecology Programmes, at Invitation of AKKORK (equivalent to QAA), November 2011

Lancaster University Environment Centre, July 2013.

Working Groups

Co-ordinator with Prof Martin Evans (Manchester) British Society for Geomorphology Carbon and Geomorphology Working Group

Member of IAG Working Group on Geomorphology and Earth System Science


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Associate Editor International Journal of Soil &Tillage Research


External Examiner Positions

University of Manchester, BSc Geography & Archaeology, 2006 – 2009

University of Loughborough, all undergraduate Geography Programmes, 2009-2012

University of Glasgow, all undergraduate Geography Programmes, 2009-2013

Queen Mary University of London, Geography undergraduate programmes, 2012-present


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Erosion, land degradation and terrestrial carbon cycling (2010)

Erosion and Terrestrial Carbon Cycling (211)

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