Charles Bristow
Charles Bristow
Professor of Sedimentology, Birkbeck University of London
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Understanding Mesozoic accretion in Southeast Asia: significance of Triassic thermotectonism (Indosinian orogeny) in Vietnam
A Carter, D Roques, C Bristow, P Kinny
Geology 29 (3), 211-214, 2001
Ancient watercourses and biogeography of the Sahara explain the peopling of the desert
NA Drake, RM Blench, SJ Armitage, CS Bristow, KH White
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (2), 458-462, 2011
GPR in sediments: advice on data collection, basic processing and interpretation, a good practice guide
HM Jol, CS Bristow
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 211 (1), 9-27, 2003
Brahmaputra River: channel migration and deposition
CS Bristow
Special Publications of SEPM, 1987
Three-dimensional sedimentary architecture of a large, mid-channel sand braid bar, Jamuna River, Bangladesh
JL Best, PJ Ashworth, CS Bristow, J Roden
Journal of Sedimentary Research 73 (4), 516-530, 2003
Morphological evolution and dynamics of a large, sand braid‐bar, Jamuna River, Bangladesh
PJ Ashworth, JL Best, JE Roden, CS Bristow, GJ Klaassen
Sedimentology 47 (3), 533-555, 2000
Braided rivers: perspectives and problems
CS Bristow, JL Best
Geological society, London, special publications 75 (1), 1-11, 1993
The sedimentary structure of linear sand dunes
CS Bristow, SD Bailey, N Lancaster
Nature 406 (6791), 56-59, 2000
Ground penetrating radar in sediments
CS Bristow, HM Jol
Geological Society of London, 2003
Fertilizing the Amazon and equatorial Atlantic with West African dust
CS Bristow, KA Hudson‐Edwards, A Chappell
Geophysical Research Letters 37 (14), 2010
Crevasse splays from the rapidly aggrading, sand‐bed, braided Niobrara River, Nebraska: effect of base‐level rise
Bristow, Skelly, Ethridge
Sedimentology 46 (6), 1029-1047, 1999
Sedimentary structures exposed in bar tops in the Brahmaputra River, Bangladesh
CS Bristow
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 75 (1), 277-289, 1993
Age and dynamics of linear dunes in the Namib Desert
CS Bristow, GAT Duller, N Lancaster
Geology 35 (6), 555-558, 2007
Links between topography, wind, deflation, lakes and dust: The case of the Bodélé Depression, Chad
R Washington, MC Todd, G Lizcano, I Tegen, C Flamant, I Koren, ...
Geophysical research letters 33 (9), 2006
The structure and development of foredunes on a locally prograding coast: insights from ground‐penetrating radar surveys, Norfolk, UK
CS Bristow, PN Chroston, SD Bailey
Sedimentology 47 (5), 923-944, 2000
How paleosols influence groundwater flow and arsenic pollution: A model from the Bengal Basin and its worldwide implication
JM McArthur, P Ravenscroft, DM Banerjee, J Milsom, ...
Water Resources Research 44 (11), 2008
Architecture of channel-belt deposits in an aggrading shallow sandbed braided river: the lower Niobrara River, northeast Nebraska
RL Skelly, CS Bristow, FG Ethridge
Sedimentary Geology 158 (3-4), 249-270, 2003
Shorelines in the Sahara: geomorphological evidence for an enhanced monsoon from palaeolake Megachad
N Drake, C Bristow
The Holocene 16 (6), 901-911, 2006
Quantifying rates of coastal progradation from sediment volume using GPR and OSL: the Holocene fill of Guichen Bay, south‐east South Australia
CS Bristow, K Pucillo
Sedimentology 53 (4), 769-788, 2006
West African monsoon dynamics inferred from abrupt fluctuations of Lake Mega-Chad
SJ Armitage, CS Bristow, NA Drake
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (28), 8543-8548, 2015
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