Fields of interest:
- Fluvial Hydraulics
- Sediment Transport
S.E. Coleman and V.I. Nikora:
A unifying framework for particle entrainment,
Water Resour. Res., Vol. 44, (2008), W04415, DOI: 10.1029/2007WR006363.
S.E. Coleman, V.I. Nikora, B.W. Melville, D.G. Goring, H. Friedrich and T.M.
New Zealand Programme of Sand Waves and Turbulence Research: SWAT.nz,
Acta Geophys., Vol. 56(2), (2008), pp. 417-439, DOI: 10.2478/s11600-007-0046-y.
V. Nikora, S. Larned, N. Nikora, K. Debnath, G. Cooper and M. Reid:
Hydraulic resistance due to aquatic vegetation in small streams: a field study,
J. Hydraul. Eng. ASCE, Vol. 134(9), (2008), pp. 1326-1332.
V. Nikora and P. Rowiński:
Rough-bed flows in geophysical, environmental, and engineering systems: Double-Averaging Approach and its applications. Preface to the Special
Acta Geophys., Vol. 56(3), (2008), pp. 529-533, DOI: 10.2478/s11600-008-0037-7.
K. Debnath, V. Nikora, J. Aberle, B. Westrich and M. Muste:
Erosion of cohesive sediments: re-suspension, bed load, and erosion patterns from field
J. Hydraul. Eng. ASCE, Vol. 133(5), (2007), pp. 508-520.
V. Nikora, I. McEwan, S. McLean, S. Coleman, D. Pokrajac and R. Walters:
Double averaging concept for rough-bed open-channel and overland flows: Theoretical
J. Hydraul. Eng. ASCE, Vol., 133(8), (2007), pp. 873-883.
V. Nikora, S. McLean, S. Coleman, D. Pokrajac, I. McEwan, L. Campbell, J. Aberle, D. Clunie and K.
Double averaging concept for rough-bed open-channel and overland flows:
J. Hydraul. Eng. ASCE, Vol. 133(8), (2007), pp. 884-895.
V. Nikora, R. Nokes, W. Veale, M. Davidson and G.H. Jirka:
Large-scale turbulent structure of uniform shallow free-surface flows,
Environ. Fluid Mech., Vol. 7(2), (2007), pp. 159-172, DOI: 10.1007/s10652-007-9021-z.
J. Aberle and V. Nikora:
Statistical properties of armoured gravel-bed surfaces,
Water Resour. Res., Vol. 42, (2006), W11414, DOI: 10.1029/2005WR004674.
V. Nikora and D. Goring:
Martian topography: Scaling, craters, and high-order statistics,
Mathematical Geology, Vol. 37(4), (2005), pp. 337-355.