Jacobus Hugo Baas
Jacobus Hugo Baas
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A flume study on the development and equilibrium morphology of current ripples in very fine sand
JH Baas
Sedimentology 41 (2), 185-209, 1994
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
An empirical model for the development and equilibrium morphology of current ripples in fine sand
JH Baas
Sedimentology 46 (1), 123-138, 1999
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), 1-6, 2015
Turbulence modulation in clay-rich sediment-laden flows and some implications for sediment deposition
JH Baas, JL Best
Journal of Sedimentary Research 72 (3), 336-340, 2002
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
Deposits of depletive high‐density turbidity currents: a flume analogue of bed geometry, structure and texture
JH Baas, W Van Kesteren, G Postma
Sedimentology 51 (5), 1053-1088, 2004
Late Quaternary sedimentation on the Portuguese continental margin: climate-related processes and products
JH Baas, J Mienert, F Abrantes, MA Prins
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 130 (1-4), 1-23, 1997
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
Coupling between suspended sediment distribution and turbulence structure in a laboratory turbidity current
JH Baas, WD McCaffrey, PDW Haughton, C Choux
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 110 (C11), 2005
Conditions for formation of massive turbiditic sandstones by primary depositional processes
JH Baas
Sedimentary Geology 166 (3-4), 293-310, 2004
EZ-ROSE: a computer program for equal-area circular histograms and statistical analysis of two-dimensional vectorial data
JH Baas
Computers & Geosciences 26 (2), 153-166, 2000
Mid-depth oxygen drawdown during Heinrich events: evidence from benthic foraminiferal community structure, trace-fossil tiering, and benthic δ13C at the Portuguese Margin
JH Baas, J Schönfeld, R Zahn
Marine Geology 152 (1-3), 25-55, 1998
Sticky stuff: Redefining bedform prediction in modern and ancient environments
RJ Schindler, DR Parsons, L Ye, JA Hope, JH Baas, J Peakall, ...
Geology 43 (5), 399-402, 2015
Sediment composition influences spatial variation in the abundance of human pathogen indicator bacteria within an estuarine environment
TL Perkins, K Clements, JH Baas, CF Jago, DL Jones, SK Malham, ...
PloS one 9 (11), e112951, 2014
Directional petrological characterisation of deep-marine sandstones using grain fabric and permeability anisotropy: methodologies, theory, application and suggestions for …
JH Baas, EA Hailwood, WD McCaffrey, M Kay, R Jones
Earth-Science Reviews 82 (1-2), 101-142, 2007
Reversed sediment wave migration in the Irish Sea, NW Europe: A reappraisal of the validity of geometry-based predictive modelling and assumptions
KJJ Van Landeghem, JH Baas, NC Mitchell, D Wilcockson, AJ Wheeler
Marine Geology 295, 95-112, 2012
Bedform development in mixed sand–mud: The contrasting role of cohesive forces in flow and bed
JH Baas, AG Davies, J Malarkey
Geomorphology 182, 19-32, 2013
Spatio-temporal evolution of velocity structure, concentration and grain-size stratification within experimental particulate gravity currents
WD McCaffrey, CM Choux, JH Baas, PDW Haughton
Marine and Petroleum Geology 20 (6-8), 851-860, 2003
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