PUBLICATIONS

Sediment Trend Analysis in support of unexploded explosive ordinance risk assessment
Patrick McLaren, Mathew Braid, Journal of ASTM International, Volume 6 (2009)

Sediment transport and contaminant behavior in the Buffalo River, New York: Implications for river management
Patrick McLaren, Jill Singer, Journal of Coastal Research, Volume 24 (2008)

Understanding sediment dynamics using geological and engineering approaches: A case study of the Buffalo River area of concern, Buffalo, New York
Jill Singer, Joeseph Atkinson, Patricia Manley, Patrick McLaren, International Journal of River Basin Management, Volume 6 (2008)

Deriving transport pathways in a sediment trend analysis (STA)
Patrick McLaren, Steven Hill, Donald Bowles, Sedimentary Geology (From Particle Size to Sediment Dynamics), Volume 202 (2007)

Sediment trend analysis of the Hylebos Waterway: Implications for liability allocations
Patrick McLaren, Paul Beveridge, Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, Volume 2 (2006)

The integration of numerical modelling, sediment trends analysis and other transport indicators to develop a conceptual model for nearshore sediment transport
Nigel Pontee, T. Cheshire, Patrick McLaren, Balson, P. and Collins, M.B. (eds). Coastal and Shelf Sediment Transport. Geological Society of London (2002)

To breach or not to breach? Spit dynamics and coastal management
Nigel Pontee, Ian Townend, T. Cheshire, Patrick McLaren, Coastal Engineering 2002 - Proceedings of the 28th international Conference on Coastal Engineering (2002)

Impact of offsite sediment transport and toxicity on remediation of a contaminated estuarine bay
Gary Pascoe, Patrick McLaren, M. Soldate, Marine Pollution Bulletin, Volume 44 (2002)

A Sediment Trend Analysis (STA) of Santa Cruz Harbor and its vicinity: implications to dredge disposal operations
Patrick McLaren, Sea Technology (2001)

Sediment transport studies in the tidal basins of the Dutch Waddenzee
Patrick McLaren, Frank Steyaert, Richard Powys, Senckenbergiana Maritima, Volume 29 (1998)

Sediment transport patterns in the lower Fraser River and Fraser Delta
Patrick McLaren, Taina Tuominen, Environment Canada, Fraser River Action Plan (FRAP) 1998-11. Gray. C. and Tuominen, T., eds., Volume 1 (1998)

Sediment pathways in a British Columbia fjord and their relationship with particle-associated contaminants
Patrick McLaren, Walter Cretney, Richard Powys, Journal of Coastal Research, Volume 9 (1993)

Sediment dynamics of the Severn Estuary and inner Bristol Channel
Patrick McLaren, Michael Collins, Shu Gau, Richard Powys, Journal of the Geological Society, London, Volume 150 (1993)

Sediment transport pathways in the Eems Estuary
Tjark van Heuvel, Patrick McLaren, Richard Powys, Proceedings of the 1993 Canadian Coastal Conference (1993)

Discussion of: Masselink, G., 1992. Longshore variation of grain size distributions along the coast of the Rhone Delta, Southern France: A test of the "McLaren model"
Patrick McLaren, Journal of Coastal Research, Volume 9 (1993)

A critique of the "McLaren Method" for defining sediment transport paths – reply
Patrick McLaren, Donald Bowles, Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, Volume 61 (1991)

The use of sediment trends to assess the fate of dredged material
Patrick McLaren, Richard Powys, Proceedings of WODCON XII (1989)

Sediment and contaminant transport in Milford Haven
David Little, Patrick McLaren, Ecological Impacts of the Oil Industry. B. Dicks (ed). John Wiley and Sons, Volume 61 (1989)

The sediment transport regime at the new port of Songkhla, Thailand
Patrick McLaren, Christopher Fleming, Proceedings of IAHR Symposium on Mathematical Modelling of Sediment Transport in the Coastal Zone (1988)

The effects of sediment transport on contaminant dispersal: An example from Milford Haven
Patrick McLaren, David Little, Marine Pollution Bulletin, Volume 18 (1987)

Practical applications in the interpretation of the sedimentary signature
Patrick McLaren, The Dock and Harbour Authority / Dredging International, Volume LXVII (1986)

The effects of sediment transport on grain-size distributions
Patrick McLaren, Donald Bowles, Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, Volume 55 (1985)

The Whytecliff oil spill, British Columbia: Sediment trends and oil spill movement on the beach.
Patrick McLaren, Spill Technology Newsletter, Volume 9 (1984)

An interpretation of trends in grain size measures
Patrick McLaren, Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, Volume 51 (1981)

Coastal geology and oilspills
Patrick McLaren, Epidsodes, Volume 1981 (1981)

Trends in sediment distributions: a method to predict oil spill movement in the coastal zone
Patrick McLaren, Spill Technology Newsletter, Volume 5 (1980)