Conference sessions I will be / have convened include:
  • Perona P, Geris J, Johnson MF, Vericat D and Klaar M. (2017) Linking river ecology, hydrology and geomorphology for integrated river management. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria. 23rd - 28th April 2017.
  • Johnson MF, Edwards P and Thorne CR (2017) Identifying Nature's River Restorers in Advanced Stream Reconnaissance Surveys. RIver Restoration NOrthwest, Skamania Lodge, Stevensen, Washington, USA. 2nd - 4th February 2017.
  • Johnson MF and Thorne, C. (2016) Nature's Ecological River Restorers. River Restoration Northwest. Skamania Lodge, Stevensen, Washington, USA. 2nd - 4th February 2016.
  • Klaar M, Perona P, Geris J, and Johnson MF (2016) Linking river ecology, hydrology and geomorphology for integrated river management. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria. 17th - 22nd April 2016. Two oral sessions and a poster session.
  • Marjoribanks T, Yager, E and Johnson MF (2015) Quantifying complex ecohydraulic interactions using field, flume and numerical methodologies. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. 14th - 18th December 2015.
  • Johnson MF, Klaar M, Perona P and Geris J. (2015) Linking river ecology, hydrology and geomorphology for integrated river management. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria. 12th - 17th April 2015. Two oral sessions and a poster session.
  • Geris J, Johnson MF, Klaar M, Maiolini B and Perona P. (2014) Linking river ecology, hydrology and geomorphology for integrated river management. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria. 27th April - 2nd May 2014. One oral session and a poster session.
Conference papers that I will be / have presented:
  • Stanton T, Johnson MF, Nathanail P and Gomes R. (2017) Current methodologies for the isolation of microplastic pollution cannot account for all domestic microplastics. SETAC Europe, Brussels, Belgium. 7th - 11th May 2017. Oral.
  • Johnson MF. (2016) Habitat engineering by organisms. International Symposium on Interfaces within aquatic Ecosystems. University of Aberdeen, Scotland. 29th - 30th August 2016. Invited Oral.
  • Mathers KL, Chadd RP, Extence C, Reeds J, Johnson MF, Rice SP and Wood PJ. (2016) How do signal crayfish influence fine sediment dynamics and what are the implications for macroinvertebrate communities? Institute of Fisheries Management Specialist Conference, Penrith, UK. 10th - 12th May. Invited Oral. 
  • Johnson MF and Thorne C. (2016) Partnering with nature for sustainable river restoration.17th River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference, Blackpool, UK. 26th - 27th April 2016. Oral.
  • Johnson MF and Wilby RL. (2016) Simple metrics to inform riparian shade management. 17th River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference, Blackpool, UK. 26th - 27th April 2016. Poster.
  • Johnson MF and Rice SP. (2016) Small animals with big impacts: Cumulative effects of invertebrates on river processes. River Restoration Northwest. Skamania Lodge, Stevensen, Washington, USA. 2nd - 4th February 2016. Oral.
  • Johnson MF and Wilby RL. (2016) Seeing the landscape for the trees: Development of simple metrics to inform riparian zone management. River Restoration Northwest. Skamania Lodge, Stevensen, Washington, USA. 2nd - 4th February 2016. Oral.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Thomas R. (2016) How do animals communicate in complex hydrodynamic environments? linking hydraulics and ecology in rivers.  11th International Symposium on Ecohydraulics, Melbourne, Australia. 7th - 12th February 2016. Oral.
  • Hodgkins, R. and Johnson MF. (2015) Challenges to remote hydrometry for Arctic regions: Evaluating guagung-reach approach in west-central Greenland. UK Arctic Science Conference 2015, University of Sheffield, UK. 17th September 2015. Oral.
  • Johnson MF and Wilby RL. (2015) Catchment controls on water temperature and the development of simple metrics to inform riparian zone management. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria. 12th - 17th April 2015. Oral.
  • Johnson MF, Everall, N. and Wilby RL. (2015) Phenology changes in the mayfly Ephemera danica in response to water temperature variations in the River Dove, UK. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.12th - 17th April 2015. Poster.
  • Johnson MF and Rice, SP. (2015) How do animals communicate in complex hydrodynamic environments? Linking hydraulics and ecology in rivers. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.12th - 17th April 2015. Poster.
  • Lenane RA, Johnson MF, Millis D, Orr H and Spees J. (2015) Where next for Keeping Rivers Cool? Institute of Fisheries Management Specialist Conference: Forestry and Fisheries - Where Next? Penrith, UK. 21st - 23rd April 2015. Oral.
  • Rice SP, Mathers K, Johnson MF, Wood P, Reeds J and Extence C. (2015) Alien ecogeomorphology: Impacts of an invading ecosystem engineer on river sediment dynamics and trophic interactions. American Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, Milwaukee WI, U.S.A. 17th - 21st May 2015. Oral.  
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Pledger A. (2014) The impact of aquatic animals on sediment transport in gravel-bed rivers. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria. 27th April - 2nd May 2014. Oral.
  • Johnson MF, Everall N, Wilby R and Bennett C. (2014) Detecting phenology change in the mayfly Ephemera danica in response to water temperature variations. European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria. 27th April - 2nd May 2014. Poster.
  • Thomas RE, Johnson MF, Frostick LE, Parsons D, Bouma TJ, Dijkstra JT, Eiff O, Gobert S, Henry P-YT, Kemp P, McLelland SJ, Moulin F, Myrrhaug D, Neyts A, Paul M, Penning E, Rice SP, Puijalon S, Stanica A, Tagliapietra D, Tal M and Vousdoukas MI. (2013) Physical modeling of water, fauna and flora: A foresight study for ecohydraulics. 35th IAHR World Congress. 8th - 13th September 2013. Chengdu, China. Oral.
  • Johnson MF and Rice SP. (2013) Geomorphic impacts of macroinvertebrate animals in rivers: perspectives from marine environments and future challenges. 10th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology, Leeds, UK. 14th - 19th July 2013. Oral.
  • Rice SP, Johnson MF, Reeds J, Longstaff H and Extence C. (2013) Mobilisation of fine sediment by signal crayfish: Implications for fine sediment flux in gravel-bed rivers. 10th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology, Leeds, UK. 14th - 19th July 2013. Poster.
  • Rice SP, Johnson MF, Reeds J, Longstaff H and Extence C. (2013) Crayfish as zoogeomorphic agents: Diel patterns of fine sediment suspension and increased sediment loads. European Geosciences Union, Vienna. 8th - 12th April 2013. Poster.
  • Johnson MF and Rice SP. (2012) The impact of aquatic animals on bedload transport in gravel-bed rivers. American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. 3rd - 7th December 2012. Invited oral.
  • Johnson MF, Wilby RL and Toone J. (2012) Air-water temperature relationships in rivers and their inference from catchment-wide controls. American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. 3rd - 7th December 2012. Poster.
  • Rice SP, Johnson MF and Reid I. (2010) Animals as zoogeomorphic agents in gravel-bed rivers. Gravel-bed Rivers VII. Tadoussac, Quebec, Canada. 6th - 11th September 2010. Invited oral.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Reid I. (2010) Disturbance of gravel substrates by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus). British Hydrological Society (BHS) 3rd international symposium: role of hydrology in managing consequences of a changing global environment. Newcastle University, UK. 19th - 23rd July 2010. Oral.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Reid I. (2010) Disturbance of gravel substrates by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus). European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly. Vienna, Austria. 3rd - 8th April 2010. Oral.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Reid I. (2010) Disturbance of gravel substrates by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus). Joint Workshop of the National Telford Institute and the Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society (SAGES): applied sediment dynamics - scaling issues: current challenges in fluvial, estuarine and coastal research. University of Glasgow, UK. 7th - 8th January 2010. Oral.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Reid I. (2010) Disturbance of gravel substrates by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus). Hydralab III workshop for young researchers. Hannover, Germany. 4th February 2010. Oral.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Reid I. (2009) Disturbance of gravel substrates by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus). 27th Meeting of the International Association of Sedimentologists (IAS), Alghero, Italy. 20th - 23rd September 2009. Oral.
  • Johnson MF, Rice SP and Reid I. (2009) Disturbance of gravel substrates by signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus). British Society for Geomorphology (BSG) Annual Meeting, Durham University, UK. 7th - 9th September 2009. Oral.
  • Johnson MF, Reid I, Rice SP and Wood P. (2008) The influence of net-spinning caddisfly on river-gravel stability: an experimental field and flume investigation. British Society for Geomorphology (BSG) Annual Meeting. University of Exeter, UK. 2nd - 4th July 2008. Poster.
  • Johnson MF, Reid I, Rice SP and Wood P. (2008) The influence of net-spinning caddisfly on river-gravel stability: an experimental field and flume investigation. British Hydrological Society (BHS) National Meeting: Ecohydraulics at scales relevant to organisms. Loughborough University, UK. 5th June 2008. Poster.