PhD theses

Salmela, J., 2022. Sediment movement in cold-region fluvial environments: Monitoring flow-sediment interaction from rivers to estuaries. Universistatis Turkuensis, A II, 389, 114 p. PDF.

Gonzales Inca, C., 2017. Modeling the spatial and temporal trends of water quality in boreal managed watersheds. Universitatis Turkuensis A II 337, 122 p.

Luhtala, H., 2016. Geographical Studies of Underwater Light Dynamics in the Coastal Archipelago of SW Finland, Baltic Sea. Universitatis Turkuensis A II 314, 50 p. PDF.

Flener, C., 2015. Remote sensing for three-dimensional modelling of hydromorphology. Annales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 302, 80 p. Turku. PDF.

Kasvi, E., 2015. Fluvio-morphological processes of meander bends – combining conventional field measurements, close-range remote sensing and computational modelling. Annales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 298, 64 p. Turku. PDF.

Suominen, T., 2015. Spatiotemporal features of coastal waters in Southwest Finland Annales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 305, 44 p. Turku. PDF.

Lotsari, E., 2012. Fluvial processes and their future magnitudes: combined field observation and simulation approaches. Annales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 270, 64 p. Turku. PDF.

Tolvanen, H., 2006. Spatial information in coastal geography : studies of processes, landforms, ecosystems and management. Annales Universitatis Turkuensis A II 197, 66 p. Turku.

Alho, P., 2005. Reconstruction and Inundation Estimation of Glacial Outburst Floods: a Combined Approach of Earth Observation Data, GIS and Hydraulic Modelling (Introduction of PhD thesis, 37 p.) Annales Universitatis Turkuensis, A II 182, 121 p. Turku.