Nicholas Webb
Nicholas Webb
Research Associate Professor, USDA-ARS Jornada Experimental Range
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Soil erodibility dynamics and its representation for wind erosion and dust emission models
NP Webb, CL Strong
Aeolian Research 3 (2), 165-179, 2011
1112011
AUSLEM (Australian Land Erodibility Model): a tool for identifying wind erosion hazard in Australia
NP Webb, HA McGowan, SR Phinn, GH McTainsh
Geomorphology 78 (3-4), 179-200, 2006
1082006
Land degradation and climate change: building climate resilience in agriculture
NP Webb, NA Marshall, LC Stringer, MS Reed, A Chappell, JE Herrick
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15 (8), 450-459, 2017
1042017
Social vulnerability to climate change in primary producers: A typology approach
NA Marshall, CJ Stokes, NP Webb, PA Marshall, AJ Lankester
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 186, 86-93, 2014
982014
The significance of carbon‐enriched dust for global carbon accounting
NP Webb, A Chappell, CL Strong, SK Marx, GH McTainsh
Global Change Biology 18 (11), 3275-3278, 2012
572012
Approaches to modelling land erodibility by wind
NP Webb, HA McGowan
Progress in Physical Geography 33 (5), 587-613, 2009
542009
Grazing impacts on the susceptibility of rangelands to wind erosion: The effects of stocking rate, stocking strategy and land condition
H Aubault, NP Webb, CL Strong, GH McTainsh, JF Leys, JC Scanlan
Aeolian Research 17, 89-99, 2015
522015
A model to predict land susceptibility to wind erosion in western Queensland, Australia
NP Webb, HA McGowan, SR Phinn, JF Leys, GH McTainsh
Environmental Modelling & Software 24 (2), 214-227, 2009
512009
Soil organic carbon dust emission: an omitted global source of atmospheric CO2
A Chappell, NP Webb, HJ Butler, CL Strong, GH McTainsh, JF Leys, ...
Global change biology 19 (10), 3238-3244, 2013
502013
The National Wind Erosion Research Network: Building a standardized long-term data resource for aeolian research, modeling and land management
NP Webb, JE Herrick, JW Van Zee, EM Courtright, CH Hugenholtz, ...
Aeolian Research 22, 23-36, 2016
482016
The effect of roughness elements on wind erosion: The importance of surface shear stress distribution
NP Webb, GS Okin, S Brown
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 119 (10), 6066-6084, 2014
482014
The Grassland–Shrubland Regime Shift in the Southwestern United States: Misconceptions and Their Implications for Management
BT Bestelmeyer, DPC Peters, SR Archer, DM Browning, GS Okin, ...
BioScience 68 (9), 678-690, 2018
472018
Minimising soil organic carbon erosion by wind is critical for land degradation neutrality
A Chappell, NP Webb, JF Leys, CM Waters, S Orgill, MJ Eyres
Environmental Science & Policy 93, 43-52, 2019
432019
The Land‐Potential Knowledge System (LandPKS): mobile apps and collaboration for optimizing climate change investments
JE Herrick, A Beh, E Barrios, I Bouvier, M Coetzee, D Dent, E Elias, ...
Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 2 (3), 2016
402016
Improving ground cover monitoring for wind erosion assessment using MODIS BRDF parameters
A Chappell, NP Webb, JP Guerschman, DT Thomas, G Mata, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 204, 756-768, 2018
392018
Ecological site-based assessments of wind and water erosion: informing accelerated soil erosion management in rangelands
NP Webb, JE Herrick, MC Duniway
Ecological Applications 24 (6), 1405-1420, 2014
392014
Threshold wind velocity dynamics as a driver of aeolian sediment mass flux
NP Webb, MS Galloza, TM Zobeck, JE Herrick
Aeolian Research 20, 45-58, 2016
362016
Using albedo to reform wind erosion modelling, mapping and monitoring
A Chappell, NP Webb
Aeolian Research 23, 63-78, 2016
352016
Soil organic carbon enrichment of dust emissions: magnitude, mechanisms and its implications for the carbon cycle
NP Webb, CL Strong, A Chappell, SK Marx, GH McTainsh
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (14), 1662-1671, 2013
352013
Quantifying anthropogenic dust emissions
NP Webb, C Pierre
Earth's Future 6 (2), 286-295, 2018
342018
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