|Inter‐disciplinary perspectives on processes in the hyporheic zone|
S Krause, DM Hannah, JH Fleckenstein, CM Heppell, D Kaeser, R Pickup, ...
Ecohydrology 4 (4), 481-499, 2011
|The effects of seasonal changes to in-stream vegetation cover on patterns of flow and accumulation of sediment|
JA Cotton, G Wharton, JAB Bass, CM Heppell, RS Wotton
Geomorphology 77 (3-4), 320-334, 2006
|Emission of methane from chalk streams has potential implications for agricultural practices|
IA Sanders, CM Heppell, JA Cotton, G Wharton, AG Hildrew, EJ Flowers, ...
Freshwater Biology 52 (6), 1176-1186, 2007
|River bed carbon and nitrogen cycling: state of play and some new directions|
M Trimmer, J Grey, CM Heppell, AG Hildrew, K Lansdown, H Stahl, ...
Science of the total environment 434, 143-158, 2012
|Macrophytes and suspension-feeding invertebrates modify flows and fine sediments in the Frome and Piddle catchments, Dorset (UK)|
G Wharton, JA Cotton, RS Wotton, JAB Bass, CM Heppell, M Trimmer, ...
Journal of Hydrology 330 (1-2), 171-184, 2006
|Denitrification and dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium (DNRA) in a temperate re-connected floodplain|
F Sgouridis, CM Heppell, G Wharton, K Lansdown, M Trimmer
Water research 45 (16), 4909-4922, 2011
|Revealing the spatial variability of water fluxes at the groundwater‐surface water interface|
A Binley, S Ullah, AL Heathwaite, C Heppell, P Byrne, K Lansdown, ...
Water Resources Research 49 (7), 3978-3992, 2013
|Sediment storage in the shallow hyporheic of lowland vegetated river reaches|
CM Heppell, G Wharton, JAC Cotton, JAB Bass, SE Roberts
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (15), 2239-2251, 2009
|Importance and controls of anaerobic ammonium oxidation influenced by riverbed geology|
K Lansdown, BA McKew, C Whitby, CM Heppell, AJ Dumbrell, A Binley, ...
Nature Geoscience 9 (5), 357-360, 2016
|Characterization of the key pathways of dissimilatory nitrate reduction and their response to complex organic substrates in hyporheic sediments|
K Lansdown, M Trimmer, CM Heppell, F Sgouridis, S Ullah, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 57 (2), 387-400, 2012
|A classification of drainage and macropore flow in an agricultural catchment|
CM Heppell, F Worrall, TP Burt, RJ Williams
Hydrological Processes 16 (1), 27-46, 2002
|Heavy metal distribution and accumulation in two Spartina sp.-dominated macrotidal salt marshes from the Seine estuary (France) and the Medway estuary (UK)|
AB Cundy, L Hopkinson, R Lafite, K Spencer, JA Taylor, B Ouddane, ...
Applied Geochemistry 20 (6), 1195-1208, 2005
|The interplay between transport and reaction rates as controls on nitrate attenuation in permeable, streambed sediments|
K Lansdown, CM Heppell, M Trimmer, A Binley, AL Heathwaite, P Byrne, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120 (6), 1093-1109, 2015
|Analysis of a two-component hydrograph separation model to predict herbicide runoff in drained soils|
CM Heppell, AS Chapman
Agricultural Water Management 79 (2), 177-207, 2006
|The importance of ebullition as a mechanism of methane (CH4) loss to the atmosphere in a northern peatland|
I Stamp, AJ Baird, CM Heppell
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (10), 2087-2090, 2013
|Carbon and nitrogen cycling in a vegetated lowland chalk river impacted by sediment|
M Trimmer, IA Sanders, CM Heppell
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (15), 2225-2238, 2009
|Coupled hydrological/hydraulic modelling of river restoration impacts and floodplain hydrodynamics|
HM Clilverd, JR Thompson, CM Heppell, CD Sayer, JC Axmacher
River research and applications 32 (9), 1927-1948, 2016
|Variations in the hydrology of an underdrained clay hillslope|
CM Heppell, TP Burt, RJ Williams
Journal of Hydrology 227 (1-4), 236-256, 2000
|Application of the microbial community coalescence concept to riverine networks|
I Mansour, CM Heppell, M Ryo, MC Rillig
Biological Reviews 93 (4), 1832-1845, 2018
|CH4 flux from peatlands: a new measurement method|
AJ Baird, I Stamp, CM Heppell, SM Green
Ecohydrology 3 (3), 360-367, 2010