A list of my publications and citation metrics can be found at my Google.Scholar page hereFor copies of papers, please email me (M.Johnson@nottingham.ac.uk). A list of presentations can be found by clicking here or using the link to the left.
 
Journal articles and book chapters:
  • Everall N, Johnson MF, Wood P and Mattingley L. (early view) Sensitivity of the early life stages of a mayfly to fine sediment and orthophosphate levels. Environmental Pollution. Available here.
  • Everall N, Johnson MF, Wood P, Farmer A, Wilby RL and Measham N. (2017) Comparability of macroinvertebrate biomonitoring indices of river health derived from semi-quantitative and quantitative methodologies. Ecological Indicators 78: 437 - 448. Available here.
  • Wilby RLW, Clifford NJ, De Luca P, Harrigan S, Hillier J, Hodgkins R, Matthews TR, Johnson, MF, Murphy C, Noone S, Parry S, Prudhomme C, Rice S, Slater L, Smith KA and Wood P (2017) The “dirty dozen” of freshwater science: Detecting then reconciling hydrological data biases and errors. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Available here.
  • Rice SP, Johnson MF, Mathers K, Reeds, J and Extence C. (2016) The importance of biotic entrainment for base flow fluvial sediment transport. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 121: 890 - 896. Available here
  • Johnson MF and Wilby RL. (2015) Seeing the landscape for the trees: Metrics to guide riparian shade management in river catchments. Water Resources Research 50: 3754 - 3769. Available here.
  • Wilby RL, Johnson MF and Toone J. (2015) Storm induced thermal shockwaves in an upland river. Weather 70: 92 - 100. Available here.
  • Orr H, Johnson MF, Wilby RL, Hatton-Ellis and Broadmeadow S. (2015) What else do managers need to know about warming rivers? A United Kingdom perspective. WIRES water 2: 55 - 64. Available here.
  • Everall NC, Johnson MF, Wilby RL and Bennett CJ. (2015) Detecting phenology change in the mayfly Ephemera danica: Responses to spatial and temporal water temperature variation. Ecological Entomology 40: 95 - 105. Available here.
  • Johnson MF and Rice SP. (2014) Animal perception in gravel-bed rivers: Scales of sensing and environmental controls on sensory information. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sceinces 71: 945 - 957. Available here.
  • Wilby RL, Johnson MF and Toone J. (2014) Nocturnal water temperatures: Spatial and temporal variations. Science of the Total Environment 482-482: 157 - 173. Available here.
  • Rice SP, Johnson MF, Extence C, Reeds J and Longstaff H. (in press) Diel patterns of suspended sediment flux and the zoogeomorphic agency of invasive crayfish. Cuadernos de Invstigación Geográfica 40: 7 - 27. Open access availability here.
  • Thomas RE, Johnson MF, Frostick LE, Parsons DR, Bouma TJ, Dijkstra JT, Eiffs O, Gorbet S, Henry P-Y, Kemp P, McLelland SJ, Moulin FY, Myrhaug D, Neyts A, Paul M, Penning E, Rice SP, Puijalon S, Stanica A, tagliapietra D, Tal M, Tørum A and Vousdoukas MI (2014) Physical modelling of water, fauna and flora: Knowledge gaps, avenues for future research and infrastructural needs. Journal of Hydraulic Research 52. Available here.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Reid I. (2014) The activity of signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) in relation to thermal and hydraulic dynamics of an alluvial stream, UK. Hydrobiologia. 724: 41 - 54. Available here.
  • Johnson MF, Wilby RL and Toone J. (2014) Inferring air-water temperature relationships from river and catchment properties. Hydrological Processes 28: 2912 - 2928. Available here.
  • Frostick LE, Johnson MF, Thomas RE, Rice SP and McLelland SJ (2014) Introduction. In: Frostick LE, Thomas RE, Johnson MF, Rice SP and McLelland S (eds) Users Guide to Ecohydraulic Modelling and Experimentation. CRC Press, Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP, Penning WE and Dijkstra JT (2014) Maintaining the health and behavioural integrity of plants and animals in experimental facilities. In: Frostick LE, Thomas RE, Johnson MF, Rice SP and McLelland S (eds) Users Guide to Ecohydraulic Modelling and Experimentation. CRC Press, Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • Johnson MF, Dijkstra JT, Paul M, Penning WE, Rice SP and Thomas RE (2014) using surrogates, including scaling surrogates, in laboratory flumes and basins. In: Frostick LE, Thomas RE, Johnson MF, Rice SP and McLelland S (eds) Users Guide to Ecohydraulic Modelling and Experimentation. CRC Press, Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • Johnson MF and Rice SP. (in press) Macrozoobenthos, hydraulics and sediment dynamics. In: Frostick LE, Thomas RE, Johnson MF, Rice SP and McLelland S (eds) Users Guide to Ecohydraulic Modelling and Experimentation. CRC Press, Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • Thomas RE, McLelland SJ, Frostick LE, Johnson MF, Rice SP, Penning WE and Dijkstra JT. (2014) Conclusion. In: Frostick LE, Thomas RE, Johnson MF, Rice SP and McLelland S (eds) Users Guide to Ecohydraulic Modelling and Experimentation. CRC Press, Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • Johnson MF and Wilby RL. (2013) Shield or not to shield: Testing water temperature sensor deployment under laboratory conditions. Water 5: 1622 - 1637. Available here (open access).
  • Rice SP, Johnson MF and Reid I. (2012) Animals and the geomorphology of gravel-bed rivers. In: Church M, Biron P and Roy AG. (eds) Gravel-bed Rivers VII: Processes, Tools and Environments. John Wiley and Sons, New York, USA.
  • Johnson MF (2012) Section 3.3.9: The use of Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) systems for tracing objects and organisms in rivers. In: Clarke LE (ed) Geomorphological Techniques (online edition). British Society for Geomorphology, London, UK. Available here.
  • Wilby RL, Johnson MF, Toone JA. (2012) The Loughborough University TEmperature Network (LUTEN): Rationale and analysis of stream temperature variations. Proceedings of Earth Systems Engineering 2012: Systems Engineering for Sustainable Adaptation to Global Change.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Reid I. (2011) Increase in coarse sediment transport associated with disturbance of gravel river beds by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus). Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36: 1680 - 1692. Available here.
  • Harvey G, Moorhouse TP, Clifford NJ, Henshaw A, Johnson MF, MacDonald DW, Reid I and Rice SP. (2011) Evaluating the role of invasive aquatic species as drivers of sediment-related river management problems: the case of the Signal Crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus). Progress in Physical Geography 35: 517 - 534. Available here.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Reid I. (2010) Topographic disturbance of subaqueous gravel substrates by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus). Geomorphology 123, 269 - 278. Available here. Summary selected for inclusion in Nature Geoscience which can be found here.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Reid I. (2010) Disturbance of gravel substrates by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus). BHS third international symposium, managing consequences of a changing global environment, Newcastle 2010. pg 430 - 434Available here by clicking on the 'symposium proceedings' button, however, this is whole proceedings so is over 130MB! 
  • Johnson MF, Reid I, Rice SP and Wood PJ. (2009) Stabilisation of fine gravels by net-spinning caddisfly larvae. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 34, 413 - 423. Available here.
 Edited books:
  • Frostick LE, Thomas RE, Johnson MF, Rice SP and McLelland S (eds; 2014) Users Guide to Ecohydraulic Modelling and Experimentation. CRC Press, Leiden, The Netherlands. Available here.

 Reports and theses:

  • Johnson MF, Rice SP, Thomas RE and Frostick LE (eds; 2012) Critical Review of Ecohydraulic Experiments. HYDRALAB IV deliverable DXX, European Union report.
  • Johnson MF. (2011) The disturbance of fluvial gravel substrates by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) and the implications for coarse sediment transport in gavel-bed rivers. Unpublished PhD thesis, Loughborough University. Available here.
  • Johnson MF. (2006) To what extent do hydropsychid caddisfly larvae influence the entrainment of gravel substrates. Unpublished Masters thesis, Loughborough University.
  • Johnson MF. (2005) Beetle species richness in relation to morphological and spatial attributes of Horse Chestnut trees in Cambridgeshire. Unpublished undergraduate dissertation, University of Nottingham.
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