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Chris J Phillips
Chris J Phillips
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Ecological mitigation of hillslope instability: ten key issues facing researchers and practitioners
A Stokes, GB Douglas, T Fourcaud, F Giadrossich, C Gillies, T Hubble, ...
Plant and Soil 377, 1-23, 2014
3192014
Determining rheological parameters of debris flow material
CJ Phillips, TRH Davies
Geomorphology 4 (2), 101-110, 1991
2391991
Root strength, growth, and rates of decay: root reinforcement changes of two tree species and their contribution to slope stability
A Watson, C Phillips, M Marden
Plant and Soil 217, 39-47, 1999
2091999
Water quality impact of a dairy cow herd crossing a stream
RJ Davies‐Colley, JW Nagels, RA Smith, RG Young, CJ Phillips
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 38 (4), 569-576, 2004
2022004
Soil and water bioengineering: Practice and research needs for reconciling natural hazard control and ecological restoration
F Rey, C Bifulco, GB Bischetti, F Bourrier, G De Cesare, F Florineth, F Graf, ...
Science of the total environment 648, 1210-1218, 2019
1212019
Forest road erosion in New Zealand: overview
PJB Fransen, CJ Phillips, BD Fahey
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2001
1202001
Methods to measure the mechanical behaviour of tree roots: A review
F Giadrossich, M Schwarz, D Cohen, A Cislaghi, C Vergani, T Hubble, ...
Ecological engineering 109, 256-271, 2017
1062017
A method for stability analysis of vegetated hillslopes: an energy approach
JC Ekanayake, CJ Phillips
Canadian Geotechnical Journal 36 (6), 1172-1184, 1999
991999
Integrated catchment management—interweaving social process and science knowledge
A Fenemor, C Phillips, W Allen, RG Young, G Harmsworth, B Bowden, ...
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 45 (3), 313-331, 2011
872011
Building collaboration and learning in integrated catchment management: the importance of social process and multiple engagement approaches
W Allen, A Fenemor, M Kilvington, G Harmsworth, RG Young, N Deans, ...
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 45 (3), 525-539, 2011
792011
Effectiveness of reforestation in prevention and control of landsliding during large cyclonic storms
CJ Phillips, M Marden, AJ Pearce
Proceedings of International Union of Forest Research Organisations XIX …, 1990
791990
Stabilising characteristics of New Zealand indigenous riparian colonising plants
M Marden, D Rowan, C Phillips
Plant and Soil 278, 95-105, 2005
782005
Slope stability thresholds for vegetated hillslopes: a composite model
JC Ekanayake, CJ Phillips
Canadian Geotechnical Journal 39 (4), 849-862, 2002
722002
Observations of root growth of young poplar and willow planting types
CJ Phillips, M Marden, LM Suzanne
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 44, 1-12, 2014
652014
Reforestation schemes to manage regional landslide risk
C Phillips, M Marden
Landslide hazard and risk, 517-547, 2005
592005
Debris flow behaviour—an integrated overview
TR Davies, CJ Phillips, AJ Pearce, XB Zhang
IAHS Publ 209 (21), 225, 1992
571992
Structural Tree Root Research in New Zeland: A Review
CJ Phillips, AJ Watson
Manaaki Whenua Press, 1994
561994
Development of a New Zealand SedNet model for assessment of catchment-wide soil-conservation works
JR Dymond, A Herzig, L Basher, HD Betts, M Marden, CJ Phillips, ...
Geomorphology 257, 85-93, 2016
552016
A comparison of earthflow movement mechanisms on forested and grassed slopes, Raukumara Peninsula, North Island, New Zealand
X Zhang, C Phillips, M Marden
Geomorphology 6 (2), 175-187, 1993
551993
Modelling of root reinforcement and erosion control by ‘Veronese’poplar on pastoral hill country in New Zealand
M Schwarz, C Phillips, M Marden, IR McIvor, GB Douglas, A Watson
New Zealand Journal of Forestry Science 46, 1-17, 2016
442016
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