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Associate Professor Ian Fuller BSc (Hons), PhD, PGCUTL

Associate Professor

Institute of Agriculture and Environment

I arrived at Massey in 2003 having spent 7 years lecturing Physical Geography at Northumbria University (UK), which followed completion of my Ph.D. at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, addressing alluvial response to environmental change in NE Spain. Most of my teaching and research is focused on fluvial geomorphology, particularly river channel dynamics and change. I am co-Director of Innovative River Solutions (www.massey.ac.nz/rivers) and concerned to apply theoretical subject knowledge to provide solutions to issues of river and catchment managament. I am also passionate about student learning through the medium of fieldwork and have an active research profile in the arena of teaching and learning. I serve as a sub-Editor for the Journal of Geography in Higher Education.

Focused in fluvial geomorphology, my research and teaching concentrates on: (i) river channel dynamics and interaction with river habitat; (ii) flood histories and catchment response to environmental change; (iii) slope-channel coupling and catchment connectivity. Within this platform of research there is considerable breadth and diversity, including hazard assessment and impacts on stream ecology. I co-direct Massey's Innovative River Solutions Centre. I also actively engage in pedagogic research and the scholarship of teaching, and was awarded a Vice Chancellor's Teaching Excellence Award in 2015.

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Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: 84852
    Location: AHB 3.36B, Ag Hort
    Campus: Turitea

Qualifications

  • BSc (Hons) Geography - University of Wales, Aberystwyth (1992)
  • PhD - University of Wales, Aberystwyth (1996)
  • Postgraduate Certificate in University Teaching & Learning - University of Northumbria (1997)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

My research interests in fluvial geomorphology span the Holocene by addressing (i) slope-channel coupling in eroding steepland environments and the contribution of gully mass movement complexes to the catchment sediment cascade at a seasonal to annual timescale, (ii) channel dynamics and sediment transfers in gravelly rivers over annual and multi-decadal timescales and their application to river management, (iii) alluvial / flood histories and river responses to climate forcing at centennial and millennial timescales.

Research in student pedagogy has focused on the role of fieldwork in student learning, as well as the nexus between teaching and research.

Research Opportunities

  • Mapping Kahuterawa Stream  (01/11/2016) Quantifying channel units and riparian vegetation in the Kahuterawa biodiversity programme
  • Anthropogenic alluvium in New Zealand rivers  (Open) Mapping post-settlement alluvial deposits and assessing the influence of catchment clearance on channel and sediment dynamics
  • Mining legacy sediments  (Open) Assessing the extent and impacts of mining legacy sediments in New Zealand 'goldfield' catchments
  • Mapping floodplain ecosystem services  (Open) Use of Google Earth to map channel and floodplain units to assess the extent and modification of riverine ecosystem services in New Zealand rivers
  • Slope-channel linkages in East Coast catchments  (Open) Assessment of channel dynamics and sediment transfers in strongly connected, degraded catchments (Waipaoa and Waiapu).
  • Monitoring and modelling erosion and sediment transfers, Stony River, Taranaki  (Open) Development of a sediment budget and hazard assessment for Stony River, Taranaki
  • Holocene pan-Pacific flood histories  (TBC) Holocene flood histories in New Zealand and Chile compared to assess pan-Pacific teleconnections of climatic drivers.

Thematics

Resource Development and Management

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Earth Sciences (040000): Geomorphology and Regolith and Landscape Evolution (040601): Natural Hazards (040604): Palaeoclimatology (040605): Physical Geography and Environmental Geoscience (040600): Quaternary Environments (040606): Surface Processes (040607)

Keywords

Fluvial geomorphology; river channel dynamics; gravel bed rivers; sediment budget; flood histories; alluvial histories; catchment response to environmental change; slope-channel coupling; catchment connectivity; river resilience. 

Scholarship of teaching; pedagogic research; fieldwork in student learning; graduate attributes

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 3 18
Team Member 1 0

Current Projects

Project Title: Kia haumako ana nga awa tawhito o ngaruahine

Date Range: 2015 - 2017

Funding Body: Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment

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Completed Projects

Project Title: Pre-impoundment river dynamics, Makaroro River

Geomorphology, Hydrology, Ecology: In light of the proposed dam on the Makaroro River, baseline data quantifying natural changes in the geomorphology, hydrology and ecology of the river during the course of 2013 were obtained. This will provide a yardstick against which dam impacts can be assessed in the event of dam construction as part of the Ruataniwha irrigation scheme.
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Date Range: 2013 - 2013

Funding Body: Massey University

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Project Title: South Island Flood Histories

Physical Geography & Geomorphology: River bank exposures in Southland and NW Nelson rivers provided an opportunity to recover organic material for radiocarbon dating of floodplains to establish flood histories at a recent and prehistoric timescale at the top and bottom of the South Island. These dates contribute to understanding more broadly how NZ's rivers have responded to past climate change, to better predict future river behaviour. The far north of the South Island is affected most severely by storms tracking south from the subtropical Pacific, while the far south is more affected by storms tracking east and north-east from the Tasman Sea and Southern Ocean.
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Date Range: 2012 - 2012

Funding Body: Massey University

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Project Title: 14C dating of Northland alluvium

Physical Geography & Geomorphology: Radiocarbon dating provided a means of linking river behaviour as measured by floodplain mapping and coring with records of climate change. Organic material (wood, charcoal) recovered from Northland floodplains was dated using radiocarbon dating. This enabled us to date key periods of past river activity and flooding, which in turn helps us to link these flooding episodes with past climate reconstructions.
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Date Range: 2010 - 2011

Funding Body: Massey University

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Project Title: Northland rivers and climate change

Physical Geography & Geomorphology: This was the first detailed investigation of river histories in Northland. Mapping and coring floodplains permitted an assessment of river behaviour over prehistoric timescales and linked river behaviour with climate change. Mapping identified a series of river terraces (old floodplain levels) in the Northland valleys investigated, and coring revealed what these terraces were made of, which tells us what the rivers were like when these former floodplains were formed. This tells us how these rivers have changed over time in response to climate change.
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Date Range: 2009 - 2010

Funding Body: Massey University

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Project Title: Dynamics of a gully complex

Physical Geography & Geomorphology: A large gully complex (Tarndale Slip) in the Waipaoa catchment was mapped using ground survey and terrestrial laser scanning to provide a comprehensive assessment of change in the gully system and sediment transfers between sections of the gully and the fan to which it connects. This is important because it helps us understand the linkages between slopes and channels in erosion-prone terrain, and the way that channels in particular respond to sediment delivered, or withheld from adjacent slopes.
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Date Range: 2007 - 2008

Funding Body: Massey University

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Research Outputs

Journal

Clement, AJH., Nováková, T., Hudson-Edwards, KA., Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., Fox, EG., . . . Zapico, I. (2017). The environmental and geomorphological impacts of historical gold mining in the Ohinemuri and Waihou river catchments, Coromandel, New Zealand. Geomorphology. 295, 159-175
[Journal article]Authored by: Clement, A.
Abbott, S., Julian, JP., Kamarinas, I., Meitzen, KM., Fuller, IC., McColl, ST., . . . Dymond, JR. (2017). State-shifting at the edge of resilience: River suspended sediment responses to land use change and extreme storms. Geomorphology.
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., McColl, S.
Marchese, E., Scorpio, V., Fuller, IC., McColl, ST., & Comiti, F. (2017). Morphological changes in alpine rivers following the end of the Little Ice Age. Geomorphology.
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., McColl, S.
Clement, AJH., Fuller, IC., & Sloss, CR. (2017). Facies architecture, morphostratigraphy, and sedimentary evolution of a rapidly-infilled Holocene incised-valley estuary: The lower Manawatu valley, North Island New Zealand. Marine Geology. 390, 214-233
[Journal article]Authored by: Clement, A., Fuller, I.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., & Procter, JN. (2016). Application of Geomorphic Change Detection (GCD) to quantify morphological budgeting error in a New Zealand gravel-bed river: a case study from the Makaroro River, Hawke’s Bay.. Journal of Hydrology (NZ). 55, 45-63
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Fuller, IC., Riedler, RA., Bell, R., Marden, M., & Glade, T. (2016). Landslide-driven erosion and slope-channel coupling in steep, forested terrain, Ruahine Ranges, New Zealand, 1946-2011. Catena. 142, 252-268
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Vale, SS., Fuller, IC., Procter, JN., Basher, LR., & Smith, IE. (2016). Application of a confluence-based sediment-fingerprinting approach to a dynamic sedimentary catchment, New Zealand. Hydrological Processes. 30(5), 812-829
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Vale, SS., Fuller, IC., Procter, JN., Basher, LR., & Smith, IE. (2016). Characterization and quantification of suspended sediment sources to the Manawatu River, New Zealand. Science of the Total Environment. 543, 171-186
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Klik, A., Haas, K., Dvorackova, A., & Fuller, IC. (2015). Spatial and temporal distribution of rainfall erosivity in New Zealand. Soil Research. 53(7), 815-825
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2015). Facilitating international fieldwork: the receptive services of New Zealand’s geography community. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 39(4), 513-526
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
McColl, ST., & Fuller, IC. (2015). Exploring the implications of advance and retreat of a New Zealand icon: Fox Glacier 2005-2015 and beyond. New Zealand Geographer. 71(2), 110-112
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., McColl, S.
Death, RG., Fuller, IC., & Macklin, MG. (2015). Resetting the river template: The potential for climate-related extreme floods to transform river geomorphology and ecology. Freshwater Biology. 60(12), 2477-2496
[Journal article]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Macklin, M.
Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., & Richardson, JM. (2015). The geography of the anthropocene in New Zealand: Differential river catchment response to human impact. Geographical Research. 53(3), 255-269
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Macklin, M., Richardson, J.
Fuller, IC., & France, D. (2015). Securing field learning using a twenty-first century Cook's Tour. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 39(1), 158-172
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & France, D. (2015). Securing field learning using a twenty-first century Cook's Tour. Journal of Geography in Higher Education.
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., & Richardson, JM. (2015). The Geography of the Anthropocene in New Zealand: Differential River Catchment Response to Human Impact. Geographical Research.
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Macklin, M.
Fuller, IC. (2014). Towards an understanding of catchment-scale sediment dynamics: cascades and connectivity in steepland systems.. International Journal of Erosion Control Engineering. 7, 1-8
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Basher, LR., & Hicks, DM. (2014). Towards understanding river sediment dynamics as a basis for improved catchment, channel, and coastal management: the case of the Motueka catchment, Nelson, New Zealand. International Journal of River Basin Management. 12(3), 175-192
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Mellor, A., & Entwistle, JA. (2014). Combining research-based student fieldwork with staff research to reinforce teaching and learning. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 38(3), 383-400
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Tadaki, M., Brierley, G., & Fuller, IC. (2014). Making rivers governable: Ecological monitoring, power and scale. New Zealand Geographer. 70(1), 7-21
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Tadaki, M., & Fuller, IC. (2014). Freshwater geographies: Prospects for an engaged institutional project?. New Zealand Geographer. 70(1), 1-6
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Basher, LR., & Hicks, DM. (2014). Towards understanding river sediment dynamics as a basis for improved catchment, channel, and coastal management: the case of the Motueka catchment, Nelson, New Zealand. International Journal of River Basin Management.
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Richardson, JM., Fuller, IC., Holt, KA., Litchfield, NJ., & Macklin, MG. (2014). Rapid post-settlement floodplain accumulation in Northland, New Zealand. Catena. 113, 292-305
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Macklin, M., Richardson, J.
Fuller, IC., Reid, HE., & Brierley, GJ. (2013). Methods in Geomorphology: Investigating River Channel Form. 14, 73-91
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Richardson, JM., Fuller, I., Holt, K., Litchfield, NJ., & Macklin, MG. (2013). Rapid post-settlement floodplain accumulation in Northland, New Zealand. Catena. In Press, Corrected Proof, 1-14 Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0341816213002038#
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Richardson, J.
Richardson, JM., Fuller, IC., Holt, KA., Litchfield, NJ., & Macklin, MG. (2013). Holocene river dynamics in Northland, New Zealand: The influence of valley floor confinement on floodplain development. Geomorphology. 201, 494-511
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Macklin, M., Richardson, J.
Richardson, JM., Fuller, IC., Holt, KA., Litchfield, NJ., & Macklin, MG. (2013). Rapid post-settlement floodplain accumulation in Northland, New Zealand. Catena.
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Macklin, M., Richardson, J.
Fuller, IC., & Basher, LR. (2013). Riverbed Digital Elevation Models As A Tool For Holistic River Management: Motueka River, Nelson, New Zealand. River Research and Applications. 29(5), 619-633
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Robertson, CM., Brook, MS., Holt, KA., Fuller, IC., & Benn, DI. (2013). Calving retreat and proglacial lake growth at Hooker Glacier, Southern Alps, New Zealand. New Zealand Geographer. 69(1), 14-25
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K.
Richardson, JM., Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., Jones, AF., Holt, KA., Litchfield, NJ., . . . Bebbington, M. (2013). Holocene river behaviour in New Zealand: Response to regional centennial-scale climate forcing. Quaternary Science Reviews. 69, 8-27
[Journal article]Authored by: Bebbington, M., Fuller, I., Holt, K., Macklin, M., Richardson, J.
Robertson, CM., Benn, DI., Brook, MS., Fuller, IC., & Holt, KA. (2012). Subaqueous calving margin morphology at Mueller, Hooker and Tasman glaciers in Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand. Journal of Glaciology. 58(212), 1037-1046
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K.
Schwendel, AC., Death, RG., Fuller, IC., & Tonkin, JD. (2012). A new approach to assess bed stability relevant for invertebrate communities in upland streams. River Research and Applications. 28(10), 1726-1739
[Journal article]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Macklin, MG., Fuller, IC., Jones, AF., & Bebbington, M. (2012). New zealand and UK holocene flooding demonstrates interhemispheric climate asynchrony. Geology. 40(9), 775-778
[Journal article]Authored by: Bebbington, M., Fuller, I., Macklin, M.
Schwendel, AC., Fuller, IC., & Death, RG. (2012). Assessing DEM interpolation methods for effective representation of upland stream morphology for rapid appraisal of bed stability. River Research and Applications. 28(5), 567-584
[Journal article]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Basher, LR. (2012). Riverbed digital elevation models as a tool for holistic river management: Motueka river, nelson, new zealand. River Research and Applications.
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2012). Taking students outdoors to learn in high places. Area. 44(1), 7-13
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Schwendel, AC., Death, RG., Fuller, IC., & Tonkin, JD. (2011). A NEW APPROACH TO ASSESS BED STABILITY RELEVANT FOR INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES IN UPLAND STREAMS. River Research and Applications.
[Journal article]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Schwendel, AC., & Fuller, IC. (2011). Connectivity in forested upland catchments and associated channel dynamics: The eastern Ruahine Range. Journal of Hydrology New Zealand. 50(1), 205-226
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Basher, L., Marden, M., & Massey, C. (2011). Using morphological adjustments to appraise sediment flux. Journal of Hydrology New Zealand. 50(1), 59-80
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Schwendel, AC., Death, RG., Fuller, IC., & Joy, MK. (2011). Linking disturbance and stream invertebrate communities: How best to measure bed stability. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 30(1), 11-24
[Journal article]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Joy, M.
Schwendel, AC., Joy, MK., Death, RG., & Fuller, IC. (2011). A macroinvertebrate index to assess stream-bed stability. Marine and Freshwater Research. 62(1), 30-37
[Journal article]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Joy, M.
Fuller, IC., & Marden, M. (2011). Slope-channel coupling in steepland terrain: A field-based conceptual model from the Tarndale gully and fan, Waipaoa catchment, New Zealand. Geomorphology. 128(3-4), 105-115
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Dykes, RC., Brook, MS., Robertson, CM., & Fuller, IC. (2011). Twenty-First Century Calving Retreat of Tasman Glacier, Southern Alps, New Zealand. ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH. 43(1), 1-10
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Milan, DJ., Heritage, GL., Large, ARG., & Fuller, IC. (2011). Filtering spatial error from DEMs: Implications for morphological change estimation. Geomorphology. 125(1), 160-171
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Richardson, JM., & Fuller, IC. (2010). Quantification of channel planform change on the lower Rangitikei River, New Zealand, 1949-2007: response to management?. GeoScience. 2010/2, 1-26 Retrieved from http://muir.massey.ac.nz/handle/10179/1618
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Richardson, J.
Clement, AJH., Sloss, CR., & Fuller, IC. (2010). Late Quaternary geomorphology of the Manawatu coastal plain, North Island, New Zealand. Quaternary International. 221(1-2), 36-45
[Journal article]Authored by: Clement, A., Fuller, I.
Fuller, I., Brook, M., & Holt, K. (2010). Linking teaching and research in undergraduate physical geography papers: The role of fieldwork. New Zealand Geographer. 66(3), 196-202
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K.
Procter, JN., Cronin, SJ., Fuller, IC., Sheridan, M., Neall, VE., & Keys, H. (2010). Lahar hazard assessment using Titan2D for an alluvial fan with rapidly changing geomorphology: Whangaehu River, Mt. Ruapehu. Geomorphology. 116(1-2), 162-174
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Schwendel, AC., Fuller, IC., & Death, RG. (2010). Morphological dynamics of upland headwater streams in the southern North Island of New Zealand. New Zealand Geographer. 66(1), 14-32
[Journal article]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2010). Large rivers: Geomorphology and management. River Research and Applications. 25(3), 362-363
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2010). Fundamentals of fluvial geomorphology. New Zealand Geographer. 66(1), 93-94
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Marden, M. (2010). Rapid channel response to variability in sediment supply: Cutting and filling of the Tarndale Fan, Waipaoa catchment, New Zealand. Marine Geology. 270(1-4), 45-54
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Procter, JN., Cronin, SJ., Fuller, IC., Lube, G., & Manville, V. (2010). Quantifying the geomorphic impacts of a lake-breakout lahar, Mount Ruapehu, New Zealand. Geology. 38(1), 67-70
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I., Lube, G., Procter, J.
Schwendel, AC., Death, RG., & Fuller, IC. (2010). The assessment of shear stress and bed stability in stream ecology. Freshwater Biology. 55(2), 261-281
[Journal article]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Heritage, GL., Milan, DJ., Large, ARG., & Fuller, IC. (2009). Influence of survey strategy and interpolation model on DEM quality. Geomorphology. 112(3-4), 334-344
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2008). Geomorphic impacts of a 100-year flood: Kiwitea Stream, Manawatu catchment, New Zealand. Geomorphology. 98(1), 84-95
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Purdie, HL., Brook, MS., Fuller, IC., & Appleby, J. (2008). Seasonal variability in velocity and ablation of Te Moeka o Tuawe/Fox Glacier, south Westland, New Zealand. New Zealand Geographer. 64(1), 5-19
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Purdie, HL., Brook, MS., & Fuller, IC. (2008). Seasonal variation in ablation and surface velocity on a temperate maritime Glacier: Fox Glacier, New Zealand. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 40(1), 140-147
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2007). Geomorphic work during a "150-year" storm: Contrasting behaviors of river channels in a New Zealand catchment. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 97(4), 665-676
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Hutchinson, EL. (2007). Sediment flux in a small gravel-bed stream: Response to channel remediation works. New Zealand Geographer. 63(3), 169-180
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Yorke, L., Fuller, IC., Howard, AJ., & Passmore, DG. (2007). Preliminary investigations of outwash environments in the Tyne Valley: Implications for Late Devensian (Dimlington Stadial) deglaciation. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association. 118(2), 201-211
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, AJH., & Fuller, IC. (2007). Fluvial responses to environmental change in the North Island, New Zealand, during the past c. 30 ka recorded in river terrace sequences: A review and model for river behaviour. New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics. 50(2), 101-116
[Journal article]Authored by: Clement, A., Fuller, I.
Scott, I., Fuller, I., & Gaskin, S. (2006). Life without fieldwork: Some lecturers' perceptions of geography and environmental science fieldwork. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 30(1), 161-171
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Edmondson, S., France, D., Higgitt, D., & Ratinen, I. (2006). International perspectives on the effectiveness of geography fieldwork for learning. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 30(1), 89-101
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2006). Physical geography: A human perspective, Richard Hugget, Sarah Lindley, Helen Gavin, Kate Richardson, 2004. New Zealand Geographer. 62, 170-171
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2006). Braided rivers: Process, deposits, ecology and management, Gregory H Sambrook Smith, James L Best, Charlie S Bristow, Geoff E Petts, 2006. New Zealand Journal of Geology & Geophysics. 49, 533-533
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2006). What is the value of fieldwork? Answers from New Zealand using two contrasting undergraduate physical geography field trips. New Zealand Geographer. 62(3), 215-220
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Heerdegen, RG. (2005). The February 2004 floods in the Manawatu, New Zealand: Hydrological significance and impact on channel morphology. Journal of Hydrology New Zealand. 44(2), 75-90
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2005). February floods in the lower North Island, 2004: Catastrophe - Causes and consequences. New Zealand Geographer. 61(1), 40-50
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Gaskin, S., & Scott, I. (2003). Perceptions of geography and environmental science fieldwork in the light of Foot and Mouth Disease, UK, 2001: What do students really think?. Planet. 5, 55-56
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Large, AR., & Milan, DJ. (2003). Quantifying channel development and sediment transfer following chute cutoff in a wandering gravel-bed river. Geomorphology. 54(3-4), 307-323
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Large, ARG., Charlton, ME., Heritage, GL., & Milan, DJ. (2003). Reach-scale sediment transfers: An evaluation of two morphological budgeting approaches. EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS. 28(8), 889-903
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Chappell, A., Heritage, GL., Fuller, IC., Large, AR., & Milan, DJ. (2003). Geostatistical analysis of ground-survey elevation data to elucidate spatial and temporal river channel change. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 28(4), 349-370
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Charlton, ME., Large, AR., & Fuller, IC. (2003). Application of airborne LiDAR in river environments: The River Coquet, Northumberland, UK. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 28, 299-306
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Gaskin, S., & Scott, I. (2003). Student perceptions of geography and environmental science fieldwork in the light of restricted access to the field, caused by Foot and Mouth Disease in the UK in 2001. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 27(1), 79-102
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Macklin, MG., Fuller, IC., Lewin, J., Maas, GS., Passmore, DG., Rose, J., . . . Rowan, JS. (2002). Correlation of fluvial sequences in the Mediterranean basin over the last 200 ka and their relationship to climate change. Quaternary Science Reviews. 21, 1633-1641
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Rawlinson, S., & Bevan, R. (2000). Evaluation of student learning experiences in physical geography fieldwork: Paddling or pedagogy?. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. 24(2), 199-215
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2012). Taking students outdoors to learn in high places. AREA. 44(1), 7-13
[Journal article]Authored by: Fuller, I.

Book

Fuller, IC. (2016). Natural Hazards. In P. Jellyman, TJA. Davie, CP. Pearson, & JS. Harding (Eds.) Advances in New Zealand Freshwater Science. (pp. 415 - 443).
[Chapter]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Richardson, JM., Basher, L., Dykes, RC., & Vale, SS. (2012). Responses to river management? Geomorphic change over decadal and annual timescales in two gravel-bed rivers in New Zealand. In River Channels: Types, Dynamics and Changes. (pp. 137 - 164).
[Chapter]Authored by: Fuller, I., Richardson, J.
Dean, J., Fuller, I., Phillips, E., Massey, C., & Marden, M.(2010). Quantifying slope-channel coupling in an active gully and fan complex at Tarndale, Waipaoa catchment, New Zealand. Massey Research Online Massey University's Institutional Repository
[Discussion Paper]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Richardson, J., & Fuller, I.(2010). Quantification of channel planform change on the lower Rangitikei River New Zealand 1949-2007: Response to management. GeoScience
[Discussion Paper]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Vale, SS., & Fuller, IC.(2009). Morphological budgeting in the Motueka river: Analysis of technique. Massey University's Institutional Repository
[Discussion Paper]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Entwistle, NS., & Fuller, IC. (2009). Terrestrial Laser Scanning to Derive the Surface Grain Size Facies Character of Gravel Bars. In Laser Scanning for the Environmental Sciences. (pp. 102 - 114).
[Chapter]Authored by: Fuller, I.

Thesis

Richardson, JM. (2013). Are the Northland rivers of New Zealand in synchrony with global holocene climate change?. (Doctoral Thesis, Massey University, New Zealand)
[Doctoral Thesis]Authored by: Richardson, J.Edited by: Fuller, I., Holt, K.

Report

Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., Toonen, W., & Holt, KA.(2017). Long-term river dynamics and flooding in the Hutt Valley: implications for flood risk and climate change resilience assessment.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Macklin, M.
Fuller, IC.(2016). Motueka River Corridor Review..
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Dykes, RC., Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., & Death, RG.(2015). An assessment of data and research in the Ruamahanga River catchment.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Macklin, M.
Smith, E., Fuller, IC., & Death, RG.(2014). Kahuterawa geomorphic and ecological baseline condition.. : Horizons Regional Council. Report No. 2014/EXT/1370
[Technical Report]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC.(2014). Oakley Creek geomorphic audit and quantification of natural character.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC.(2012). Assessing Turitea sediment starvation: impacts of the Turitea dams on sediment characteristics in the Turitea Stream, Palmerston North.. : Horizons Regional Council, Report No. 2012/EXT/1278,
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, I., & Basher, L.(2010). Sediment transfers in the upper Motueka River: Morphological budgeting 2004-2010.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC.(2009). Bank erosion at 177 Fitzherbert East Road.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Richardson, JM., & Fuller, IC.(2008). A quantification of channel planform change on the lower Rangitikei River, New Zealand.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Brook, MS., & Fuller, IC.(2008). EdgeTech 216s towfish sonar study of Lake George Scott and Tekapo Canal: Technical Report prepared for Meridian Energy.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC.(2007). Measuring and monitoring channel morphology.
[Technical Report]Authored by: Fuller, I.

Conference

Holdsworth, CN., McColl, ST., & Fuller, IC. (2017). Daily to seasonal movement patterns of a large, slow-moving landslide, central North Island, New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of 4th World Landslide Forum. Ljubljana, Slovenia
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I., McColl, S.
Veitch, JC., Clement, AJH., Fuller, IC., Holt, KA., & McColl, ST. (2017, February). Unravelling possible climatic and/or tectonic signals preserved in Holocene coastal geomorphology around Lake Wairarapa, North Island, New Zealand. Presented at ANZGG Conference. Greytown.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Clement, A., Fuller, I., Holt, K., McColl, S.
Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., Toonen, W., Holt, KA., Norton, K., Malloy, E., . . . Veitch, J. (2017, February). Reconstructing Holocene palaeofloods in New Zealand.. Presented at ANZGG Conference. Greytown.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Macklin, M.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., Procter, JN., & Singh, R. (2017). A reduced infrastructure approach to bedload impact plate installation for dynamic gravel-bed rivers.. Poster session presented at the meeting of ANZGG Conference
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Death, RG., Fuller, IC., Death, A., & Petrove, N. (2017, February). Making geomorphology useful – a technique to protect native fish habitat.. Presented at ANZGG Conference. Greytown.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., Death, RG., Procter, JN., & Singh, R. (2017, February). Integrating geomorphic and hydraulic data collection to inform ecological management using incipient motion thresholds. Presented at ANZGG Conference. Greytown.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., Death, RG., Singh, R., & Procter, JN. (2017). Measuring the connections between hydrology and bedload transport to manage nuisance periphyton: a case study from the Pohangina River, New Zealand.. In Geophysical Research Abstracts, EGU General Assembly
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Procter, J., Singh, R.
McColl, ST., Fuller, IC., Anderson, B., & Tate, R. (2017). Hillslope failure and paraglacial reworking of sediments in response to glacier retreat, Fox Valley, New Zealand. In Geophysical Research Abstracts, EGU General Assembly
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I., McColl, S.
Tarolli, P., Fuller, IC., Basso, F., Carvalli, M., & Sofia, G. (2017). Hydro-geomorphic connectivity and landslide features extraction to identifying potential threats and hazardous areas. In Geophysical Research Abstracts, EGU General Assembly
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
McColl, ST., Fuller, IC., Anderson, B., & Tate, R. (2017, April). Hillslope failure and paraglacial reworking of sediments in response to glacier retreat, Fox Valley, New Zealand. Presented at EGU General Assembly 2017. Vienna, Austria.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., McColl, S.
Malloy, E., Fuller, IC., & McColl, ST. (2017). Chasing the mud: Analysing the geomorphic imprint of the 19-21 June rainstorm and flood event in the Whanganui, Whangaehu and Turakina catchments. , 17th Biennial Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I., McColl, S.
Veitch, JC., Clement, AC., Fuller, IC., Holt, K., & McColl, ST. (2017). Unravelling possible climatic and/or tectonic signals preserved in Holocene coastal geomorphology around Lake Wairarapa, North Island, New Zealand. , 17th Biennial Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Clement, A., Fuller, I., Holt, K., McColl, S.
Neverman, AJ., Mcallister, TG., Death, RG., Fuller, IC., Webb, JA., Costelloe, JF., . . . Stewardson, MJ.USING SUBSTRATE STABILITY TO UNDERSTAND BENTHIC CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS IN NEW ZEALAND RIVERS. 11TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON ECOHYDRAULICS.
[Conference]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Clement, AJH., Sloss, CR., & Fuller, IC. (2016). Holocene evolution of the Manawatu coastal plain incised valley system. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australasian Quanternary Association Biennial Conference
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Clement, A., Fuller, I.
Veitch, JC., Clement, AJH., Fuller, IC., McColl, ST., & Holt, KA. (2016). Unravelling climatic and tectonic signals preserved in the Holocene coastal geomorphology around Lake Wairarapa, North Island, New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of New Zealand Coastal Society 24th Annual Conference
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Clement, A., Fuller, I., Holt, K., McColl, S.
Tunnicliffe, J., Leenman, A., Eaton, B., & Fuller, IC. (2016). Tracking Adjustments in Fan and Floodplain Storage in a Braided Channel following Major Sedimentary Disturbance, East Cape, NZ. , AGU Fall Meeting
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Veitch, JC., Clement, AJH., Fuller, IC., Holt, KA., & McColl, ST. (2016). Unravelling possible climatic and/or tectonic signals preserved in Holocene coastal geomorphology around Lake Wairarapa, North Island, New Zealand.. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australasian Quaternary Association Conference
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Clement, A., Fuller, I., Holt, K., McColl, S.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., Death, RG., Procter, JN., & Singh, R. (2016, November). Improving aquatic community health with the help of big data bedload transport studies.. Presented at NZ Hydrological Society Conference. Queenstown.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., Procter, JN., & Singh, R. (2016). Construction of an impact plate geophone to record sediment movement in New Zealand gravel-bed rivers.. Poster session presented at the meeting of NZ Hydrological Society Conference
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Malloy, E., Fuller, IC., & McColl, ST. (2016). Chasing the mud: Analysing the geomorphic imprint of the 19-21 June rainstorm and flood event in the Whanganui, Whangaehu and Turakina catchments.. Poster session presented at the meeting of NZ Hydrological Society Conference
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I., McColl, S.
Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., Toonen, W., Holt, K., Norton, K., Malloy, E., . . . Veitch, J. (2016, November). Extending flood series using river sedimentary archives.. Presented at NZ Hydrological Society Conference. Queenstown.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Macklin, M.
Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., Toonen, W., Holt, K., Norton, K., Malloy, E., . . . Veitch, J. (2016, September). A comparison of alluvial and bedrock river sedimentary archives for reconstructing Holocene palaeofloods in New Zealand.. Presented at 5th International Palaeoflood Conference. Rapid City, SD.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Macklin, M.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., Death, RG., Procter, JN., & Singh, R. (2016, February). Quantifying bedload transport to manage ecological health in New Zealand rivers.. Presented at Ecohydraulics Symposium. Melbourne.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Tunnicliffe, J., Fuller, IC., Eaton, B., Peacock, D., & Marden, M. (2016, February). Reconstructing the sediment dynamics of an overloaded gravel bed river, East Cape.. Presented at Ecohydraulics Symposium. Melbourne.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., & Richardson, JM. (2016, February). Human impacts in New Zealand rivers: implications for the Anthropocene.. Presented at NZ Geographical Society Conference. Dunedin.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Macklin, M., Richardson, J.
Fuller, IC. (2016, February). Strengthening Geographical interactions: putting the Physical back into Geography using pedagogy, practitioners and pragmatism. Presented at NZ Geographical Society Conference. Dunedin.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, AJH., Novakova, T., Macklin, MG., Fuller, IC., Hudson-Edwards, KA., Fox, EG., . . . Zapico, I. (2016, February). Environmental and geomorphological impacts of historical gold mining activities in the Ohinemuri and Waihou Rivers, Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand. Presented at NZ Geographical Society Conference. Dunedin.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Clement, A., Fuller, I., Macklin, M.
Lane, AL., Peterson, PG., Hedley, CC., McColl, ST., & Fuller, IC. (2016, February). Using Ground Penetrating Radar to map soil drainage patterns for maximizing irrigation efficiency.. Presented at NZ Geographical Society Conference. Dunedin.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., McColl, S.
Vale, SS., Fuller, IC., & Procter, JN. (2016, June). Distinguishing Sediment Sources in a New Zealand Catchment using Sediment Fingerprinting Approaches. Presented at 26th IUGG General Assembly
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., Death, RG., Procter, JN., & Singh, R. (2016). A cross-disciplinary understanding of incipient motion for effective environmental flow setting. In Geophysical Research Abstracts, EGU General Assembly
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Procter, J., Singh, R.
Lo Re, G., Fuller, IC., Sofia, G., Holt, K., Macklin, MG., & Tarolli, P. (2016). High-resolution topography for the analysis of palaeochannels in the Manawatu River (New Zealand). In Geophysical Research Abstracts, EGU General Assembly
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Macklin, M.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., Death, RG., Procter, JN., & Singh, R. (2015, February). Quantifying interactions between flow, substrate stability and ecological health in gravel-bed rivers.. Presented at NZ Geographical Society Conference. Dunedin.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Vale, SS., Fuller, IC., Procter, JN., & Basher, L. (2015, February). Suspended sediment source quantification using Sediment Fingerprinting in the Manawatu River, New Zealand: Anthropocene Implications. Presented at NZ Geographical Society Conference. Dunedin.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., Death, RG., Procter, JN., & Singh, R.Improving the temporal and spatial resolution of data to increase knowledge on bedload transport in gravel-bed rivers.. . Hamilton
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Neverman, AJ., McAllister, T., Death, RG., & Fuller, IC. (2015). Can substrate stability data be used to increase our knowledge on cyanobacteria growth in New Zealand rivers?. Poster session presented at the meeting of NZ Hydrological Society Conference
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., Death, RG., Procter, JN., & Singh, R. (2015). From point clouds to algae management.. Poster session presented at the meeting of IPENZ Rivers Symposium
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Procter, J.
West, D., Fuller, IC., & Death, RG.Freshwater habitat: Not measured = not managed?. . Wellington
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2015, June). Putting the Physical back into Geography: the role of pedagogy, practitioners and pragmatism. Presented at Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Vancouver.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Death, RG., & Death, AM. (2015, June). Developing an index of natural character to monitor change in river condition in response to river engineering. Presented at IS Rivers. Lyon.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Death, RG., & Death, AM. (2015). Developing an index of natural character to monitor change in river condition in response to river engineering. France: IS Rivers
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Neverman, AJ., Fuller, IC., Death, RG., Procter, JN., & Singh, R. (2014). Hydrological limit setting: a cross-disciplinary approach to identifying initiation of bedload transport. , Joint Conference for the NZ Hydrological Society, NZ Freshwater Sciences Society and IPENZ Rivers Group ‘2014 Water Symposium – Integration: The Final Frontier’ http://www.2014watersymposium.co.nz/
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I., Procter, J., Singh, R.
Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., & Richardson, JM. (2014, November). Differential catchment response to human impact in New Zealand: implications for the Anthropocene. Presented at 16th ANZGG Conference 2014. Mount Tamborine, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Macklin, M., Richardson, J.
Fuller, IC., Death, RG., & Death, A. (2014, July). Monitoring change in river condition in response to river engineering: developing an index of natural character to maintain river habitat. Presented at 7th Australian Stream Management Conference 2014
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Death, RG., & Death, A. (2014). Monitoring change in river condition in response to river engineering: developing an index of natural character to maintain river habitat. : 7th Australian Stream Management Conference 2014
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., & Richardson, JM.The Geography of the Anthropocene in New Zealand: Differential River Catchment Response to Human Impact.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Macklin, M., Richardson, J.
Fuller, IC., Klik, A., Haas, K., & Dvorackova, A. (2014). Rainfall erosivity in New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014. Vienna, Austria
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Klik, A., Haas, K., & Dvorackova, A. (2014). Rainfall erosivity in New Zealand. , European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2013, November). Developing an index of natural character to monitor change in river condition and habitat diversity to maintain or improve the integrity of managed rivers. Presented at The New Zealand Hydrological Society & The Meteorological Society of New Zealand Joint Conference
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Death, RG, ., & Death, A, . (2013). Developing an index of natural character to monitor change in river condition and habitat diversity to maintain or improve the integrity of managed rivers. , The New Zealand Hydrological Society & The Meteorological Society of New Zealand Joint Conference
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Riedler, RA., Fuller, I., Glade, T., Bell, R., & Marden, M. (2013, August). Spatio-temporal landslide dynamics and their contribution to the channel system from 1946 to 2011, Southern Ruahines, New Zealand. Presented at 8th International Conference on Geomorphology of the International Association of Geomorphologists [IAG]: Geomorphology and sustainability. Paris, France.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Riedler, RA., Fuller, I., Glade, T., Bell, R., & Marden M., . (2013). Spatio-temporal landslide dynamics and their contribution to the channel system from 1946 to 2011, Southern Ruahines, New Zealand. In 8th International Conference on Geomorphology of the International Association of Geomorphologists [IAG]: Geomorphology and sustainability: Abstracts Volume(pp. 633 - 633). , 8th International Conference on Geomorphology of the International Association of Geomorphologists [IAG]: Geomorphology and sustainability France: Groupe Français de Géomorphologie (GFG)
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Vale, S., Procter, J., Fuller, I., & Basher, L. (2013). Development and application of a fingerprinting technique for quantitative ascription of fine sediment: New Zealand. In 10th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology [ICFS 10]: Conference Programme and Abstract Volume(pp. 241 - 241). , 10th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology [ICFS 10]: University of Brighton
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Vale, S., Procter, J., Fuller, I., & Basher, L. (2013, July). Development and application of a fingerprinting technique for quantitative ascription of fine sediment: New Zealand. Presented at 10th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology [ICFS 10]. Leeds, United Kingdom.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Fuller, I. (2013, September). Keynote lecture: Towards an understanding of catchment-scale sediment dynamics connectivity in steep land systems. Presented at 3rd International Symposium on Sediment disasters under the influence of climate change and tectonic activity. Kyoto, Japan.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, I. (2013). Responses to centennial-scale climate change: Holocene river activity in New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of Southern Hemisphere Assessment of PalaeoEnvironments [SHAPE] Workshop: Intergration, Models, Proxies, Tools. Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Death, R., Death, A., Fuller, I., & Jordan, C. (2013, August). Linking a measure of habitat quality and the fish that live in that habitat. Presented at 3rd Biennial International Society for River Science Symposium [ISRS 2013]: Achieving Healthy and Viable Rivers. Beijing, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Death, R., Death, A., Fuller, I., & Jordan, C. (2013). Linking a measure of habitat quality and the fish that live in that habitat. In 3rd Biennial International Society for River Science Symposium: Achieving Healthy and Viable Rivers: Conference Program and Abstracts(pp. 55 - 55). , 3rd Biennial International Society for River Science Symposium [ISRS 2013]: Achieving Healthy and Viable Rivers China: International Society for River Science
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Fuller, I., Death, R., & Death, A. (2013). Quanifying habitat quality: The missing dimension. 3rd Biennial Symposium of the International Society for River Science: Achieving Health and Viable Rivers: Conference Proceedings. (pp. 563 - 569). China: 3rd Biennial Symposium of the International Society for River Science [ISRS 2013]: Achieving Health and Viable Rivers
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Fuller, I., Death, R., & Death, A. (2013, August). Quantifying habitat quality: The missing dimension. Presented at 3rd Biennial Symposium of the International Society for River Science [ISRS 2013]: Achieving Healthy and Viable Rivers. Beijing, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Richardson, J., Fuller, I., Holt, K., Litchfield, N., & Macklin, M. (2013). Post-settlement fluvial response in Northland, New Zealand. In 10th Asia Oceania Geoscience Society Annual Meeting : Abstracts, 10th Asia Oceania Geoscience Society Annual Meeting [AOGS 2013] Australia: Asia Oceania Geoscience Society
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Richardson, J.
Richardson, J., Fuller, I., Holt, K., Litchfield, N., & Macklin, M. (2013, June). Post-settlement fluvial response in Northland, New Zealand. Presented at 10th Asia Oceania Geoscience Society Annual Meeting [AOGS 2013]]. Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Richardson, J.
Fuller, IC. (2013, May). Developing a Natural Character Index for monitoring river condition. Presented at Surface Water Integrated Management meeting. Ministry for Environment, Wellington.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & France, D.Does digital video enhance student learning in field-based experiments and develop graduate attributes beyond the classroom?.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Death, R., & Fuller, IC. (2013, February). Habitat quality – the missing dimension.. Presented at Solution to Pollution, Rivers Workshop,. Massey University.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2013, February). Catchment connectivity: a framework for geomorphic integrity.. Presented at Solution to Pollution, Rivers Workshop,. Massey University.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Death, R. (2013). Towards innovative solutions for river management in New Zealand.. Poster session presented at the meeting of Fertiliser & Lime Research Centre Workshop, Massey University
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Riedler, R., Fuller, IC., Glade, T., & Marden, M. (2013). Landslide driven erosion: Quantifying slope-channel coupling in forested steepland terrain from 1946 to 2011, Tamaki catchment, New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of European Geophysical Union
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, I., & Death, R. (2012). Towards innovative solutions for river management in New Zealand. In New Zealand Geographical Society Conference: Connecting Landscapes: Book of Abstracts(pp. 60 - 60). , New Zealand Geographical Society Conference: Connecting Landscapes New Zealand: New Zealand Geographical Society
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Procter, JN., Zernack, A., Fuller, I., Phillips, E., & Cronin, SJ. (2012). Quantifying the geomorphic impacts and sediment transport of a lake break-out lahar, Mt. Ruapehu, New Zealand. In Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 14 (pp. EGU2012-12959). , EGU General Assembly 2012
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I., Procter, J.
Fuller, IC., Massey, C., Taylor, R., & Marden, M. (2012). Quantification of process in an actively eroding gully-mass movement complex, Waipaoa catchment, New Zealand.. Poster session presented at the meeting of American Geophysical Union
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, I., & Death, R. (2012, December). Towards innovative solutions for river management in New Zealand. Presented at New Zealand Geographical Society Conference: Connecting Landscapes. Napier, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Richardson, JM., Fuller, I., Macklin, MG., Holt, KA., & Litchfield, NJ. (2012, August). Southern Hemisphere regional climate variability during the Holocene: Evidence from New Zealand rivers. Presented at 32nd International Geographical Congress [IGC] 2012: Down to Earth. Cologne, Germany.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K.
Richardson, JM., Fuller, IC., Macklin, MG., Holt, KA., Litchfield, NJ., & Jones, AF. (2012, August). Southern Hemisphere regional climate variability during the holocene: Evidence from New Zealand rivers. Presented at 32nd International Geographical Congress in Cologne 2012. Cologne, Germany.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Richardson, J.
Richardson, JM., Fuller, I., Holt, KA., Litchfield, NJ., & Macklin, MG. (2012, September). Valley floor confinement as a control on Holocene floodplain development in Northland, New Zealand. Presented at Fluvial Archives Group [FLAG] Biennial Meeting 2012: New insight on the Quaternary evolution of the Moselle River and its tributaries (Luxembourge, France, Germany). Remich, Luxembourg.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K.
Richardson, JM., Fuller, I., Holt, KA., Litchfield, NJ., & Macklin, MG. (2012). Valley floor confinement as a control on Holocene floodplain development in Northland, New Zealand. Fluvial Archives Group [FLAG] Biennial Meeting 2012: New insight on the Quaternary evolution of the Moselle River and its tributaries (Luxembourge, France, Germany): Abstract Book. (pp. 25 - 25). : Fluvial Archives Group [FLAG] Biennial Meeting 2012: New insight on the Quaternary evolution of the Moselle River and its tributaries (Luxembourge, France, Germany)
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Richardson, J.
Richardson, JM., Fuller, I., Holt, KA., Litchfield, NJ., & Macklin, MG. (2012). Post-settlement fluvial response in Northland, New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of Fluvial Archives Group [FLAG] Biennial Meeting 2012: New insight on the Quaternary evolution of the Moselle Rive and its tributaries (Luxembourg, France, Germany). Remich, Luxembourg
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K.
Richardson, JM., Fuller, I., Holt, KA., Litchfield, NJ., & Macklin, MG. (2012). Poster: Post-settlement fluvial response in Northland, New Zealand. In Fluvial Archives Group [FLAG] Biennial Meeting 2012: New insight on the Quaternary evolution of the Moselle Rive and its tributaries (Luxembourg, France, Germany): Abstract Book(pp. 43 - 43). , Fluvial Archives Group [FLAG] Biennial Meeting 2012: New insight on the Quaternary evolution of the Moselle Rive and its tributaries (Luxembourg, France, Germany): Fluvial Archives Group
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Richardson, J.
Death, AM., Death, RG., Death, F., Fuller, IC., & Paine, S. (2012). Keeping gravel extraction out of the water may not be the best solution for instream ecology. Poster session presented at the meeting of IS Rivers 1st International Conference on Integrative Sciences and sustainable development of rivers
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Death, AM., Death, RG., Fuller, IC., & Death, F. (2012). Keeping gravel extraction out of the water may not be the best solution for instream ecology. In IS Rivers 1st International Conference on Integrative Sciences and sustainable development of rivers: Programme(pp. 226 - 226). , IS Rivers 1st International Conference on Integrative Sciences and sustainable development of rivers France: GRAIE: Groupe de Recherche Rohone-Alpes sur les Infrastructures et I'Eau
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & France, D. (2012, July). Securing learning using a 21st century Cook's tour fieldtrip. Presented at Royal Geograpical Society [RGS] - Institute of British Geographers [IBG] Annual International Conference 2012: Security of Geography / Geography of Security. Edinburgh, Scotland.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, I., & France, D. (2012). Securing learning using a 21st century Cook’s tour fieldtrip. In RGS-IBG Annual Conference 2012 Abstracts Online(pp. Unpaginated). , Royal Geographical Society [RGS]- Institute of British Geographers [IBG] Annual International Conference 2012: Security of Geography / Geography of Security United Kingdom: Royal Geographical Society
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Basher, LR. (2012, June). Using riverbed digital elevation models to inform river management. Presented at IS Rivers 1st International Conference on Integrative Sciences and sustainable development of rivers. Lyon, France.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Basher, LR. (2012). Using riverbed digital elevation models to inform river management. IS.Rivers Integrative Sciences and sustainable development of rivers: Proceedings Online. (pp. 1 - 3). France and Online: IS Rivers 1st International Conference on Integrative Sciences and sustainable development of rivers
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Basher, LR.(2012). Using riverbed digital elevation models to inform river management. Paper presented at the meeting of IS.Rivers Intergrative Sciences and substainable development of rivers: Online Proceedings. Lyon, France
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Basher, LR. (2012). Using riverbed digital elevation models to inform river mangement. In IS Rivers 1st International Conference on Integrative Sciences and sustainable development of rivers: Programme(pp. 93 - 93). , IS Rivers 1st International Conference on Integrative Sciences and sustainable development of rivers France: GRAIE: Groupe de Recherche Rohone-Alpes sur les Infrastructures et I'Eau
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Schwendel, A., Joy, M., & Fuller, IC. (2011). A macroinvertebrate index to assess stream bed stability. (pp. 38 - 38). , HydroEco 2011, Hydrology and Ecology: Ecosystems, Groundwater and Surface Water - Pressures and Options
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I., Joy, M.
Clement, A., Sloss, C., & Fuller, IC. (2011, July). The holocene sedimentary infill of the Manawatu incised-valley system, North Island, New Zealand. Presented at 18th International Union for Quaternary Research Congress. Bern, Switzerland.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, A., Sloss, C., & Fuller, IC. (2011). Local-scale reconstructions of holocene eustatic sea-level change in New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of 18th International Union for Quaternary Research Congress. Bern, Switzerland
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Robertson, CM., Brook, MS., Fuller, IC., Holt, K., & Benn, DI. (2011). Subaqueous terminus morphology of lake-calving glaciers: Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand.. Poster session presented at the meeting of The International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. Melbourne
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K.
Schwendel, AC., Joy, M., & Fuller, IC. (2011, May). A macroinvertebrate index to assess stream bed stability. Presented at HydroEco 2011, Hydrology and Ecology: Ecosystems, Groundwater and Surface Water - Pressures and Options. Vienna, Austria.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Joy, M.
Richardson, J., Fuller, IC., Holt, KA., Litchfield, NJ., & Macklin, MG. (2011, July). Climate change and holocene fluvial activity in Northland, New Zealand. Presented at 18th International Union for Quaternary Research Congress. Bern, Switzerland.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, A., Sloss, C., & Fuller, I. (2011). Local-scale reconstructions of holocene eustatic sea-level change in New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of 14th Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Conference. Oamaru, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Macklin, M., Fuller, I., & Jones, A. (2011, January). Out-of-phase river activity in New Zealand and the UK demonstrates asynchrony of inter-hemispheric centennial-scale climate change during the holocene. Presented at 14th Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Conference. Oamaru, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Schwendel, A., & Fuller, I. (2011, January). Morphological dynamics and landscape connectivity in upland catchments: The eastern Ruahine Ranges. Presented at 14th Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Conference. Oamaru, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Richardson, J., Fuller, I., Holt, K., Litchfield, N., & Macklin, M. (2011). Holocene fluvial activity in Northland, New Zealand: A record of hydro-climatic change?. Poster session presented at the meeting of 14th Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Conference. Oamaru, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K.
Fuller, IC., Brook, MS., & Holt, K. (2010, January). Linking teaching and research in undergraduate Physical Geography papers: the role of fieldwork. Presented at Positioning Geography: Strategic Issues in Geographical Education. University of Waikato, Hamilton.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K.
Fuller, IC., Brook, M., Holt, K., & France, D. (2010). Embedding research in an undergraduate physical geography curriculum: The role of fieldwork. Poster session presented at the meeting of International Perspectives on Undergraduate Research and Inquiry: A Scholarly Discussion. Liverpool, United Kingdom
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
France, D., Fuller, IC., Holt, K., & Brook, M. (2010, August). Does technology enhance student learning in physical geography fieldwork?. Presented at Brittish Society for Geomorphology and Royal Geographical Society - IBG 2010 Conferences. London, United Kingdom.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
France, D., Fuller, IC., Brook, M., & Holt, K. (2010, October). The camera never lies: Use of digital technology in field teaching. Presented at issotl10 Global theories and local practices: Institutional, disciplinary and cultural variations. Liverpool, United Kingdom.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, A., Sloss, C., & Fuller, I. (2010). Local-scale reconstructions of holocene eustatic sea-level change in New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of The First Joint International Conference of IGCP 588 / INQUA Coastal and Marine Processes Commission in Hong Kong. University of Hong Kong, China
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, A., Sloss, C., & Fuller, I. (2010, November). The holocene sedimentary infill of the Manawatu incised-valley system, North Island, New Zealand. Presented at The First Joint International Conference of IGCP 588 / INQUA Coastal and Marine Processes Commission in Hong Kong. University of Hong Kong, China.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, I. (2010, November). Using morphological adjustments to appraise sediment flux. Presented at National Sediment Flux Workshop. University of Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Richardson, J., Fuller, I., Holt, K., Litchfield, N., & Macklin, M. (2010, November). Reconstructing the holocene alluvial record of Northland, New Zealand. Presented at GeoNZ 2010 Incorporating the Geoscience Society of New Zealand Conference and the New Zealand Geothermal Workshop. University of Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K.
Richardson, J., Fuller, I., Holt, K., Litchfield, N., & Macklin, M. (2010, November). Reconstructing the holocene alluvial record of Northland, New Zealand. . The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Holt, K., Richardson, J.
Fuller, IC. (2010, January). Linking teaching and research in undergraduate physical geography papers: The role of fieldwork. Presented at Positioning Geography: Strategic issues in geographical education. University of Waikato, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, I. (2009). River morphology in New Zealand: Past and present. Watersheds: Responsible Governance of Water and the Waterways of Life. (pp. 111 - 120).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, AJ., Sloss, C., & Fuller, IC. (2009, October). local-scale reconstructions of holocene eustatic sea-level in the New Zealand archipelago. Presented at International Geoscience programme with the International Union for Quaternary Research Commission on Coastal and Marine Processes Annual Conference and Field Meeting. Myrtle beach, South Carolina, SC.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, AJ., Sloss, CR., & Fuller, IC. (2009). Local-scale reconstructions of holocene eustatic sea-level in the New Zealand archipelago. In International Geoscience programme with the International Union for Quaternary Research Commission on Coastal and Marine Processes Annual Conference and Field Meeting(pp. 36 - 37). : Commission on Coastal and Marine Processes
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Massey, C., Fuller, IC., & Marden, M. (2009, July). Slope-channel coupling: The tarndale fluvio-mass movement complex, New Zealand. Presented at 7th International Conference on Geomorphology (ANZIAG). Melbourne, Vic.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Richardson, J., Basher, L., & Dykes, RC. (2009, July). Responses to river management? Geomorphic change over long and short timescales in two gravelly rivers.. Presented at 7th International Conference on Geomorphology (ANZIAG). Melbourne, VIC.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Marden, M., & Massey, C. (2009). Connectivity in steepland environments: complex gully-fan interactions in the tarndale system, Waipaoa catchment, New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of 7th International Conference on Geomorphology (ANZIAG). Melbourne, Vic
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, AJ., Fuller, IC., & Sloss, C. (2009, July). Lake quaternary geomorphic evolution of the lower Manawatu river valley, North Island, New Zealand. Presented at 7th International Conference on geomorphology (ANZIAG). Melbourne, Vic.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Procter, JN., Cronin, SJ., Fuller, IC., Lube, G., & Manville, V. (2009, July). Using LiDAR to quantify the geomorphic impacts of a lake-breakout lahar from Mt Ruapehu. Presented at 7th International Conference Geomorphology. Melbourne, Vic.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I., Lube, G., Procter, J.
Clement, AJ., Sloss, C., & Fuller, IC. (2009). Reconstructing holocene eustatic sea-level change in New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of 7th International Conference on Geomorphology (ANZIAG). Melbourne, Vic
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Macklin, MG., Fuller, IC., & Jones, AF. (2009). In-phase or out of phase? the synchroniety of NZ holocene river activity with global and regional climate based on meta analysis of alluvial histories. In Past Climates New Zealand,Comer Science and Education Foundation(pp. 42 - 42). : Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Limited
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC.Geomorphic impacts of a 100-year flood: Kiwitea Stream, Manawatu catchment, New Zealand. Geomorphology. 98 (1-2)(pp. 84 - 95). 0169-555X.
[Conference]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Cronin, S., Manville, V., Lube, G., Procter, J., Hudson-Doyle, E., Fuller, I., . . . Cole, S. (2008). The volumetric 'balance sheet' of a lake-breakout lahar: 18 March 2007, Mt. Ruapehu, New Zealand. In IAVCEI 2008 General Assembly: Understanding volcanoes(pp. 74 - 74). : International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth's Interior (IAVCEI)
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I., Hudson-Doyle, E., Lube, G., Procter, J.
Sloss, C., Clement, AJ., & Fuller, IC. (2008). Late quaternary geomorphology of the Manawatu coastal plain, New Zealand. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australasian Quaternary Association Biennial Meeting. Victor Harbour, SA
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Sloss, C., Clement, AJ., & Fuller, IC. (2008). Late quaternary geomorphology of the Manawatu coastal plain, New Zealand. In Australasian Quaternary Association Biennial Meeting(pp. 35 - 35). : Australasian Quarternary Association Inc
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Marden, M. (2008). Connectivity in steep-land environments: Gully-fan coupling in the Tarndale system, Waipaoa catchment, New Zealand. IAHS-AISH Publication. (pp. 275 - 282).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2008, December). Connectivity in steep-land environments: gully-fan coupling in the Tarndale system, Waipaoa catchment, New Zealand. Presented at International Symposium on Sediment Dynamics in Changing Environments. Christchurch, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Richardson, JM., & Fuller, IC. (2008, November). A quantification of channel planform change on the lower Rangitikei River, New Zealand, 1949-2007 Response to management?. Presented at Fresh Water Sciences Society Conference: 'Back to Science - The Importance of Fresh Water Science. New Plymouth, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Schwendel, A., Death, RG., & Fuller, IC. (2008, November). Influence of bed stability on benthic invertebrate communities in mountain streams. Presented at Fresh Water Sciences Society Conference: 'Back to Science - The Importance of Fresh Water Science to Freshwater Management'. New Plymouth, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Sloss, CR., Clement, AJ., & Fuller, IC. (2008, October). The late quaternary geomorphology of the Manawatu Coastal Plain, North Island, New Zealand. Presented at The 5th International Geological Correlation Conference: Quaternary Land-Ocean Interactions - Driving Mechanisms and Coastal Responses. Faro, Portugal.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Sloss, CR., Clement, AJ., & Fuller, IC. (2008). The late quaternary geomorphology of the Manawatu Coastal Plain, North Island, New Zealand. In Proceedings of the 5th International Geological Correlation Conference: Quaternary Land-Ocean Interactions - Driving Mechanisms and Coastal Responses(pp. 71 - 72). : CIMA
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, AJ., Sloss, CR., & Fuller, IC. (2008, October). Holocene sea-level change in New Zealand: A review. Presented at 5th International Geological Correlatio Conference: Quaternary Land-Ocean Interactions: Driving Mechanisms and Coastal Responses. Faro, Portugal.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, AJ., Sloss, CR., & Fuller, IC. (2008). Holocene sea-level change in New Zealand: A review. In Proceedings of the 5th International Geologoical Correlation Conference: Quaternary Land-Ocean Interactions: Driving Mechanisms and Coastal Responses(pp. 46 - 47). : CIMA
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, AJ., Sloss, CR., & Fuller, IC. (2008, November). Holocene eustatic sea-level change in New Zealand. Presented at Geological Society of New Zealand, New Zealand Geophysical Society, New Zealand Geochemical & Mineralogical Society Joint Annual Conference. Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Clement, AJ., Sloss, CR., & Fuller, IC. (2008). Holocene eustatic sea-level change in New Zealand. In Proceedings of the Geological Society of New Zealand, New Zealand Geophysical Society, New Zealand Geochemical & Mineralogical Society Joint Annual Conference(pp. 19). : Geological Society of New Zealand
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Marden, M. (2008, July). Connectivity in steepland environments: Complex behaviour at the slope-channel nexus and implications for sediment delivery. Presented at New Zealand Geographical Society 24th Conference. Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Richardson, JM., & Basher, L. (2008, July). Morphological budgeting as a tool to manage gravel extraction in the upper Motueka River, Nelson, New Zealand. Presented at New Zealand Geographical Society 24th Conference. Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Schwendel, A., Death, RG., & Fuller, IC. (2008, July). Influence of bedload transport on benthic invertebrate communities in mountain streams. Presented at New Zealand Geographical Society 24th Conference. Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Richardson, J., Fuller, IC., & Basher, L. (2008). Bedload transfers in a ~1 km reach of the upper Motueka River and implications for gravel extraction. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group 13th Conference. Queenstown, TAS
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Schwendel, A., Death, RG., & Fuller, IC. (2008, February). Methods to assess bedload transport relevant for benthic invertebrate communities in mountain streams. Presented at Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group 13th Conference. Queenstown, TAS.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Death, R., Fuller, I.
Clement, AJ., Sloss, CR., & Fuller, IC. (2008, February). Late quaternary geomorphology of the lower Manawatu floodplain and estuary. Presented at Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group 13th Conference. Queenstown, TAS.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Marden, M. (2007, June). Rapid channel response to variability in sediment supply: Cutting and filling of the Tarndale Fan, Waipaoa catchment, New Zealand. Presented at International Association of Geomorphologists (IAG-AIG) Regional Conference on Geomorphology. Sabah, Malaysia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Marden, M. (2007). Rapid channel response to variability in sediment supply: Cutting and filling of the Tarndale Fan, Waipaoa catchment, New Zealand. In International Association of Geomorphologists (IAG-AIG) Regional Conference on Geomorphology(pp. 62). : IAG-AIG
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2007, October). Rapid cutting and filling of the Tarndale Fan, Waipaoa catchment: Response to sediment supply and base level control. Presented at From Source-to-Sink: The Transfer and Delivery of Storm-Induced Sediment. A Japan-New Zealand Workshop in the Waiapu Catchment. East Coast, North Island, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2007, February). Source to sink: New Zealand catchment dynamics. Presented at Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Australasian Rivers Workshop: New Frontiers in River Research. Canberra and NSW South Coast, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
France, D., & Fuller, IC. (2006, March). International perspectives on student perception and value of fieldwork. Presented at Association of American Geographers 2006 Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
France, D., & Fuller, IC. (2006). International perspectives on student perception and value of fieldwork. In Association of American Geographers 2006 Annual Meeting: Abstracts(pp. 180). : Association of American Geographers
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Heritage, GL., Fuller, IC., Milan, DJ., & Large, A. (2006). Channel survey spaital sampling strategy & interpolation techniques: Implications for scour & fill estimation. In International Geographical Union Conference(pp. 89 - 89). : IGU
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2006). What is the value of fieldwork? Answers from New Zealand using two contrasting undergraduate physical geography fieldtrips. In International Geographical Union(pp. 88 - 88). : IGU
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Marden, M. (2006). Rapid channel response to variability in sediment supply: Cutting and filling of the Tarndale Fan, Waipaoa catchment, New Zealand. In International Geographical Union Conference(pp. 88). : IGU
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2006). Catastrophic or not? channel response to the '150 year' storm, Manawatu, New Zealand. In 12th Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Meeting(pp. 23 - 24). : ANZGG
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Henderson, CJ., & Fuller, IC. (2006). Slope-channel coupling during the February 2004 storm in the Manawatu, New Zealand: Towards automated identification. In 12th Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Meeting(pp. 65 - 65). : ANZGG
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Henderson, CJ., & Fuller, IC. (2006). Slope-channel coupling during the February 2004 storm in the Manawatu, New Zealand: Towards automated identification. Poster session presented at the meeting of 12th Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Meeting. Taipa Bay, Northland, NZ
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2006, July). Rapid channel response to variability in sediment supply: Cutting and filling of the Tarndale Fan, Waipaoa catchment, New Zealand. Presented at International Geographical Union Brisbane Conference. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2006, July). Channel survey spatial sampling strategy and interpolation techniques: Implications for scour and fill estimation. Presented at International Geographical Union Brisbane Conference. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2006, July). What is the value of fieldwork? Answers from New Zealand using two contrasting undergraduate physical geography fieldtrips. Presented at International Geographical Union Brisbane Conference. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2006, February). Catastrophic or not? Channel response to the '150 year' storm, Manawatu, New Zealand. Presented at 12th Australian and New Zealand Geomorphology Group Meeting. Taipa Bay, Northland, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Charlton, ME., Large, AR., & Fuller, IC. (2005, August). Difficulties of, and opportunities for, monitoring dynamic fluvial landscapes: The River Coquet, Northumberland UK. Presented at Royal Geographical Society / IBG Conference. Southampton,UK.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Large, AR., Heritage, GL., Milan, DJ., & Charlton, ME. (2005). Derivation of annual reach-scale sediment transfers in the River Coquet, Northumberland, UK. In MD. Blum, SB. Marriott, & SFL. Eds (Eds.) 7th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology. Vol. 35 (pp. 61 - 74). Malden, MA
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Heerdegen, R., & Fuller, IC. (2005, November). Rethinking flood frequency curves: Rain, floods and channel change. Presented at Meteorological Society of New Zealand Annual Conference. Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Marden, M., Betts, HD., Fuller, IC., Rowan, D., & Goodier, C. (2005, September). Geomorphic history of a steepland gully-mass movement complex: Tarndale Gully, Mangatu Forest, North Island, New Zealand. Presented at 6th International Conference on Fluvial Geomorphology. University of Zaragoza, Spain.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Heerdegen, R. (2005, September). Anatomy of a large flood: Cause and consequence of the 100 year floods in the lower North Island, New Zealand.. Presented at 6th International Conference on Fluvial Geomorphology. University of Zaragoza, Spain.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Large, AR., Charlton, ME., & Fuller, IC. (2005, August). Particulate storage and movement in a dynamic fluvial landscape: The River Coquet, Northumberland, UK. Presented at Royal Geographical Society / IBG Annual International Conference. Southampton, UK.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Edmondson, S., France, D., Higgitt, D., & Ratinen, I. (2005, April). International perspectives on the effectiveness of geography fieldwork for learning. Presented at Association of American Geographers Conference. Denver, CO.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Milan, DJ., Heritage, GL., Thomas, AD., Parker, A., & Fuller, IC. (2004, August). The influence of base metal mining on channel stability: Evidence from the River Nent, Cumbria, UK. Presented at 32nd International Geological Congress. Florence, Italy.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Kirkby, SJ., & Entwistle, JA. (2004, August). The recovery (?) of nature and the anthropogenic terraced landforms and landscapes near Trevelez, Andalucia, Spain. Presented at Joint International Geomorphology Congress Conference. Glasgow, UK.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Gaskin, S., & Scott, I. (2004, August). Fieldwork: why bother?. Presented at 30th International Geographical Union Congress. Glasgow, UK.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Scott, I., Fuller, IC., & Gaskin, S. (2003). How does the removal of fieldwork from academic programmes in the GEES disciplines impact on learning and teaching?. Poster session presented at the meeting of LTSN-GEES Residential Conference [Linking Teaching and Research in Geography, Earth & Environmental Sciences]. Warwickshire, UK
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Scott, I., Fuller, IC., & Gaskin, S. (2003, July). Student and staff perceptions of geography and environmental science fieldwork in the light of restricted access to the field, caused by Foot and Mouth Disease in the UK in 2001. Presented at Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia. Christchurch, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Gaskin, S., & Scott, I. (2003, June). Perceptions of geography and environmental science fieldwork in the light of Foot and Mouth Disease, UK, 2001: What do students really think?. Presented at Learning and Teaching Support Network -Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences Residential Conference. Warwickshire, UK.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Large, A., & Fuller, IC. (2002, May). Channel dynamics in gravel-bed rivers: Implications for bed patches. Presented at British Hydrological Society, River Bed Patches Symposium. Loughborough University, Leicestershire, UK.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Passmore, DG., Heritage, GL., Large, AR., Milan, DJ., & Brewer, PA. (2002). Annual sediment budgets in an unstable gravel-bed river: The River Coquet, northern England. In SJ. Jones, & LEF. Eds (Eds.) British Sedimentological Research Group Meeting. Vol. 191 (pp. 115 - 131). London, UK
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Heritage, GL., Fuller, IC., & Large, AR. (2002). Quantifying sediment production from a historically mined catchment. Poster session presented at the meeting of British Geomorphological Research Group Upland sediment Budgets Working Group. Loch Lomond, Scotland
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Heritage, GL., Large, AR., Fuller, IC., & Thomas, A. (2002). Tracer evidence for local redistribution of sediment and planform change. Poster session presented at the meeting of BGRG Upland Sediment Budgets Working Group, Autumn Meeting. Loch Lomond, Scotland
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Charlton, ME., Fuller, IC., Large, AR., Passmore, DG., Newson, MD., & Heritage, GL. (2001, January). Airborne LiDAR and ground survey for exploring channel dynamics. Presented at Photogrammetric Society & British Geomorphological Research Group Symposium. University of Leeds, Leeds,UK.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Large, AR., Fuller, IC., & Charlton, ME. (2001). Application of airborne LiDAR in river environments: The River Coquet, Northlumberland, UK. Poster session presented at the meeting of 7th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology. Lincoln, NE
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Large, AR., Heritage, GL., Milan, DJ., & Charlton, ME. (2001, August). Reach-scale sediment transfers in the River Coquet, Northumberland, UK: A comparison of two budgeting techniques. Presented at 7th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology. Lincoln, NE.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Large, AR., Heritage, GL., Milan, DJ., & Charlton, ME. (2001). Derivation of annual reach-scale sediment transfers: an evaluation of two morphologic budgeting approaches. Poster session presented at the meeting of BGRG Annual Meeting. Nottingham, UK
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., Passmore, DG., Heritage, GL., Large, AR., Milan, DJ., & Brewer, PA. (2000, June). Sediment flux in a historically unstable reach of the River Coquet, Northumberland, UK. Presented at British Sedimentological Research Group Meeting. Southampton Oceanography Centre, UK.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Large, AR., Fuller, IC., Heritage, GL., & Milan, DJ. (2000, July). Geomorphology as a basis for restoration design: The River Nent, Cumbria, northern England. Presented at 8th International Symposium of Regulated Streams. Toulouse, France.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.

Other

Fuller, IC. (2013, April). Changing River Channels: A geographical perspective of the Manawatu River and its catchment. Presented to Palmerston North Probus Club.. In Palmerston North Probus Club.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2012, May). Innovative River Solutions: Defining Massey’s solution to integrated catchment and river science. Presented to IPENZ Manawatu Branch.. In IPENZ Manawatu Branch.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2012, September). An overview of the Manawatu River from source to sink. Presented to Foxton Estuary Trust & Water and Environmental Care Assocation. In Foxton Estuary Trust & Water and Environmental Care Assocation. Presented at Foxton Estuary Trust & Water and Environmental Care Assocation.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2010). Waingawa River Channel Change 1943-2009: A Quantitative Geomorphological Analysis. Massey University for Fish & Game (Wellington Region)
[Other]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Richardson, J., & Fuller, IC. (2008). A quantification of channel planform change on the lower Rangitikei River, New Zealand.. Massey University for Fish & Game (Wellington Region)
[Other]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2007). The value of fieldwork for learning: Lessons from geography. Presented at Massey University, Palmerston North, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2006). Rapid channel response to variability in sediment supply: Cutting and filling of the Tarndale Fan, 2004-2006. Presented at Massey University, Palmerston North, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2004). Channel change and sediment transfers in wandering gravel bed rivers: Applications of morphological budgeting in Northern England and implications for Manawatu streams. Victoria University of Wellington, Geography Seminar Series
[Other]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC. (2004). Student fieldwork: Why bother?. Massey University, Geography Seminar Series
[Other]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Basher, L.Sediment transfers in the upper Motueka River: morphological budgeting 2004-2010. Massey University for Landcare Research
[Other]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC.Quantifying runoff from Johnstone Drive Gully.
[Other]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC., & Lube, G.Silt runoff from Johnstone Drive.
[Other]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC.Defining characteristics of a river channel. Massey University for Pacific Farms Ltd
[Other]Authored by: Fuller, I.
Fuller, IC.Assessing Turitea sediment starvation: impacts of the Turitea dams on sediment characteristics in the Turitea Stream, Palmerston North.. Horizons Regional Council, Report No. 2012/EXT/1278
[Other]Authored by: Fuller, I.

Consultancy and Languages

Consultancy

  • March - October 2016 - Tasman District Council
    Motueka River Corridor review
  • January - December 2016 - Greater Wellington Regional Council
    Hutt River flood histories
  • March - December 2015 - Greater Wellington Regional Council
    Partnership in Catchment Solutions: Ruamahanga review
  • January - June 2014 - Auckland Regional Council
    Oakley Creek Restoration Project
  • November 2013 ongoing - Horizons Regional Council
    Kahuterawa Stream Biodiversity Project
  • August 2013 - Auckland Regional Council
    Review of Stormwater Management Flows policy document
  • October 2012 ongoing - Greater Wellington Regional Council
    Science Advisor - River Management Consents
  • September - December 2012 - Horizons Regional Council
    Turitea Sediment Starvation Report
  • May - October 2012 - Pacific Farms Ltd
    Defining the characteristics of a river channel
  • April - July 2012 - Pacific Farms Ltd
    Opinion: Silt runoff, Pacific Drive Gullies
  • March - June 2012 - Pacific Farms Ltd
    Quantifying runoff to Johnstone Drive Gully
  • July 2011- May 2012 - Forest & Bird
    Expert Opinion: river geomorphology, Mokihinui Hydro Proposal
  • January - March 2010 - Fish & Game (Wellington Region)
    Waingawa River historic channel change
  • 2010 - Fish & Game (Wellington Region)
    Definition of river natural character, Horizons Region
  • 2008 - Fish & Game (Wellington Region)
    Rangitikei River historic channel change
  • 2006 - Department of Conservation
    Kaupokonui Stream: Geomorphological Appraisal
  • 2005 - Stansborough Farm
    Assessment of Kaiwhata River channel change

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Supervisor 3 4
CoSupervisor 5 1

Teaching

Papers in Physical Geography sit alongside my research interests and are informed by my recent and current research. Fieldwork underpins my approach to effective teaching and learning in Physical Geography. This signature pedagogy engages students in learning by doing to build their confidence as learners, researchers and practitioners. My connections with stakeholders reinforce this commitment to making my papers as relevant to students as possible. Course design and improvements are grounded in research and informed by reflective practice. The papers I am involved with in the Physical Geography programme are geared to producing work ready students.  As a "scholar teacher" my contribution to the discipline by way of research into teaching practice reinforces my commitment not only to students and colleagues, but also to excellence in teaching and learning generally.

Current Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • Will Conley Jr - PhD
    Channel change and sediment transfers in the Ruamahanga catchment: a multi-scalar approach
  • James Veitch - PhD
    Holocene evolution of lake Wairarapa basin and connecting catchments
  • Andrew Neverman - PhD
    The missing tool for river management: hydrological limits setting

CoSupervisor of:

  • Siobhan Lynch - PhD
    Managing Wetland Connectivity
  • Kelly Clinton - PhD
    Prediction of invertebrate biodiversity from river geomorphology
  • Emma-Nell Cody - PhD
    Quantifying hillslope response to glacier retreat; landslide failure mechanics, processes, and impacts
  • Jake Robinson - PhD
    Developing Sediment Fingerprinting Techniques for the Whanganui Catchment, New Zealand.
  • Yen Dinh - PhD
    Climate change impacts on New Zealand stream invertebrates

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • 2017 - Simon Shay Vale - PhD
    Application and Evaluation of Sediment Fingerprinting Techniques in the Manawatu River Catchment, New Zealand
  • 2013 - Jane Mary Richardson - PhD
    Are the Northland rivers of New Zealand in synchrony with global Holocene climate change?
  • 2013 - Clare Margaret Robertson - PhD
    Temporal evolution of the termini and subaqueous morphologies of lake-calving glaciers in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park, New Zealand
  • 2011 - Alastair John Hopton Clement - PhD
    Holocene sea-level change in the New Zealand archipelago and the geomorphic evolution of a Holocene coastal plan incised-valley system: The lower Manawatu valley, North Island, New Zealand

CoSupervisor of:

  • 2011 - Christopher Arved Schwendel - PhD
    The influence of stream bed stability and channel dynamics on lotic ecosystems: Measurement and methodological advances

Media and Links

Media

  • 27 Apr 2017 - Newspaper, Online
    Manawatu Gorge Slips: citation
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/91956951/Work-finally-begins-on-large-Manawatu-Gorge-slip
  • 26 May 2017 - Online
    Pollution & climate change: election 2017 opinion
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/opinion/92951180/election-2017-pollution-and-climate-change-will-ravage-nz-as-long-as-politicians-dodge-big-questions
  • 25 Jul 2015 - Newspaper, Online
    Preparing for next flood
    Extended citation / interview
  • 23 Feb 2016 - Online, Newspaper
    Whanganui floods - report on public lecture
    http://www.stuff.co.nz/manawatu-standard/news/77165941/massey-professors-evaluate-past-whanganui-floods-to-help-gauge-future-events
  • 18 Apr 2017 - Newspaper, Online
    Lies, dam(ned) lies and flood statistics
    Opinion Editorial
  • 06 Jun 2017 - Newspaper, Online
    Water, water everywhere - serious issues to solve
    Water, water everywhere - serious issues to solve on climate change, water quality

Other Links

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