Tom Vanwalleghem
Tom Vanwalleghem
Professor (Agronomy), Universidad de Córdoba
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Soil erosion in Europe
J Boardman, J Poesen
John Wiley & Sons, 2007
3752007
Prediction of landslide susceptibility using rare events logistic regression: a case-study in the Flemish Ardennes (Belgium)
M Van Den Eeckhaut, T Vanwalleghem, J Poesen, G Govers, ...
Geomorphology 76 (3-4), 392-410, 2006
3392006
A quantitative model for integrating landscape evolution and soil formation
T Vanwalleghem, U Stockmann, B Minasny, AB McBratney
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (2), 331-347, 2013
872013
Characteristics and controlling factors of old gullies under forest in a temperate humid climate: a case study from the Meerdaal Forest (Central Belgium)
T Vanwalleghem, M Van Den Eeckhaut, J Poesen, J Deckers, ...
Geomorphology 56 (1-2), 15-29, 2003
842003
Characteristics, controlling factors and importance of deep gullies under cropland on loess-derived soils
T Vanwalleghem, J Poesen, J Nachtergaele, G Verstraeten
Geomorphology 69 (1-4), 76-91, 2005
782005
Prehistoric and Roman gullying in the European oess belt: a case study from central Belgium
T Vanwalleghem, HR Bork, J Poesen, M Dotterweich, G Schmidtchen, ...
The Holocene 16 (3), 393-401, 2006
732006
Quantifying the effect of historical soil management on soil erosion rates in Mediterranean olive orchards
T Vanwalleghem, JI Amate, MG de Molina, DS Fernández, JA Gómez
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 142 (3-4), 341-351, 2011
712011
Predicting forest microclimate in heterogeneous landscapes
T Vanwalleghem, RK Meentemeyer
Ecosystems 12 (7), 1158-1172, 2009
662009
Gully erosion in Europe
J Poesen, T Vanwalleghem, J de Vente, A Knapen, G Verstraeten, ...
Soil erosion in Europe, 515-536, 2006
642006
Impact of historical land use and soil management change on soil erosion and agricultural sustainability during the Anthropocene
T Vanwalleghem, JA Gómez, JI Amate, MG De Molina, K Vanderlinden, ...
Anthropocene 17, 13-29, 2017
632017
Rapid development and infilling of a buried gully under cropland, central Belgium
T Vanwalleghem, HR Bork, J Poesen, G Schmidtchen, M Dotterweich, ...
Catena 63 (2-3), 221-243, 2005
592005
Olive cultivation, its impact on soil erosion and its progression into yield impacts in Southern Spain in the past as a key to a future of increasing climate uncertainty
JA Gómez, J Infante-Amate, MG De Molina, T Vanwalleghem, EV Taguas, ...
Agriculture 4 (2), 170-198, 2014
562014
Characteristics and importance of rill and gully erosion: a case study in a small catchment of a marginal olive grove
EV Taguas, E Guzmán, G Guzmán, T Vanwalleghem, JA Gómez
Cuadernos de investigación geográfica 41 (1), 107-126, 2015
552015
Gully erosion: procedures to adopt when modelling soil erosion in landscapes affected by gullying
J Poesen, DB Torri, T Vanwalleghem
Handbook of erosion modelling, 360-386, 2011
552011
Reconstructing rainfall and land-use conditions leading to the development of old gullies
T Vanwalleghem, J Poesen, M Van Den Eeckhaut, J Nachtergaelel, ...
The Holocene 15 (3), 378-386, 2005
552005
Reservoir and pond sedimentation in Europe
G Verstraeten, P Bazzoffi, A Lajczak, M Rãdoane, F Rey, J Poesen, ...
Soil erosion in Europe, 757-774, 2006
522006
Applying a simple methodology to assess historical soil erosion in olive orchards
T Vanwalleghem, A Laguna, JV Giráldez, FJ Jiménez-Hornero
Geomorphology 114 (3), 294-302, 2010
502010
Spatial variability of soil horizon depth in natural loess-derived soils
T Vanwalleghem, J Poesen, A McBratney, J Deckers
Geoderma 157 (1-2), 37-45, 2010
482010
Resolving the integral connection between pedogenesis and landscape evolution
B Minasny, P Finke, U Stockmann, T Vanwalleghem, AB McBratney
Earth-Science Reviews 150, 102-120, 2015
412015
Comments on" Is soil erosion in olive groves as bad as often claimed?" by L. Fleskens and L. Stroosnijder
JA Gómez, JV Giráldez, T Vanwalleghem
Geoderma 147 (1), 93, 2009
402009
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