Jeffrey Peakall
Jeffrey Peakall
Professor of Sedimentary Processes, University of Leeds
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Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs): Their past, present and future contributions to the advancement of marine geoscience
RB Wynn, VAI Huvenne, TP Le Bas, BJ Murton, DP Connelly, BJ Bett, ...
Marine geology 352, 451-468, 2014
A process model for the evolution, morphology, and architecture of sinuous submarine channels
J Peakall, B McCaffrey, B Kneller
Journal of Sedimentary Research 70 (3), 434-448, 2000
Sinuous deep-water channels: Genesis, geometry and architecture
RB Wynn, BT Cronin, J Peakall
Marine and Petroleum Geology 24 (6-9), 341-387, 2007
Beds comprising debrite sandwiched within co‐genetic turbidite: origin and widespread occurrence in distal depositional environments
PJ Talling, LA Amy, RB Wynn, J Peakall, M Robinson
Sedimentology 51 (1), 163-194, 2004
Depositional processes, bedform development and hybrid bed formation in rapidly decelerated cohesive (mud–sand) sediment flows
JH Baas, JL Best, J Peakall
Sedimentology 58 (7), 1953-1987, 2011
A phase diagram for turbulent, transitional, and laminar clay suspension flows
JH Baas, JL Best, J Peakall, M Wang
Journal of Sedimentary Research 79 (4), 162-183, 2009
Measuring flow velocity and sediment transport with an acoustic Doppler current profiler
R Kostaschuk, J Best, P Villard, J Peakall, M Franklin
Geomorphology 68 (1-2), 25-37, 2005
The pervasive role of biological cohesion in bedform development
J Malarkey, JH Baas, JA Hope, RJ Aspden, DR Parsons, J Peakall, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 6257, 2015
Physical modelling in fluvial geomorphology: principles, applications and unresolved issues
J Peakall, P Ashworth, J Best
The scientific nature of geomorphology, 221-253, 1996
Meander-bend evolution, alluvial architecture, and the role of cohesion in sinuous river channels: a flume study
J Peakall, PJ Ashworth, JL Best
Journal of Sedimentary Research 77 (3), 197-212, 2007
Predicting bedforms and primary current stratification in cohesive mixtures of mud and sand
JH Baas, JL Best, J Peakall
Journal of the Geological Society 173 (1), 12-45, 2016
Flow structure in sinuous submarine channels: Velocity and turbulence structure of an experimental submarine channel
GM Keevil, J Peakall, JL Best, KJ Amos
Marine Geology 229 (3-4), 241-257, 2006
Flow processes and sedimentation in submarine channel bends
J Peakall, KJ Amos, GM Keevil, PW Bradbury, S Gupta
Marine and Petroleum Geology 24 (6-9), 470-486, 2007
Transformation of debris flows into turbidity currents: mechanisms inferred from laboratory experiments
M Felix, J Peakall
Sedimentology 53 (1), 107-123, 2006
The role of biophysical cohesion on subaqueous bed form size
DR Parsons, RJ Schindler, JA Hope, J Malarkey, JH Baas, J Peakall, ...
Geophysical research letters 43 (4), 1566-1573, 2016
Whole flow field dynamics and velocity pulsing within natural sediment-laden underflows
JL Best, RA Kostaschuk, J Peakall, PV Villard, M Franklin
Geology 33 (10), 765-768, 2005
The orientation of helical flow in curved channels
RKT Corney, J Peakall, DR Parsons, L Elliott, KJ Amos, JL Best, ...
Sedimentology 53 (2), 249-257, 2006
Submarine channel flow processes and deposits: A process-product perspective
J Peakall, EJ Sumner
Geomorphology 244, 95-120, 2015
Bed geometry used to test recognition criteria of turbidites and (sandy) debrites
LA Amy, PJ Talling, J Peakall, RB Wynn, RGA Thynne
Sedimentary Geology 179 (1-2), 163-174, 2005
Mean flow and turbulence structure of sediment‐laden gravity currents: new insights using ultrasonic Doppler velocity profiling
JL Best, AD Kirkbride, J Peakall
Particulate gravity currents, 157-172, 2001
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