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Daryl Hughes
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
A method to include reservoir operations in catchment hydrological models using SHETRAN2021
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Improved hydrological modelling of urban catchments using runoff coefficients2021
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Russell Adams
et al.
Stormwater detention ponds in urban catchments—analysis and validation of performance of ponds in the ouseburn catchment, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK2021
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Hydrology, ecology and water chemistry of two suds ponds: Detailed analysis of ecosystem services provided by blue-green infrastructure2020
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Aidan Burton
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
et al.
Downscaling climate change of mean climatology and extremes of precipitation and temperature: Application to a Mediterranean climate basin2019
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Aidan Burton
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Nathan Forsythe
et al.
Downscaling climate change of water availability, sediment yield and extreme events: Application to a Mediterranean climate basin2019
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Flood Resilience, Amenity and Biodiversity Benefits of an Historic Urban Pond2019
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Season‐based rainfall–runoff modelling using the probability‐distributed model (PDM) for large basins in southeastern Brazil2019
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Greg O'Donnell
The Blue-Green Path to Urban Flood Resilience2019
Professor Philip Moore
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
CryoSat-2 Full Bit Rate Level 1A processing and validation for inland water applications2018
Dr Elizabeth Lewis
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
Development of a system for automated setup of a physically-based, spatially-distributed hydrological model for catchments in Great Britain2018
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Hydrological modelling as a tool for interdisciplinary workshops on future drought2018
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Professor Chris Kilsby
Improving bank erosion modelling at catchment scale by incorporating temporal and spatial variability2018
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Samantha Raven
Runoff, flood peaks and proportional response in a combined nested and paired forest plantation/peat grassland catchment2018
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Selma Guerreiro
Professor Qiuhua Liang
Dr Paul Quinn
Professor Hayley Fowler
et al.
Climate change impacts on Yangtze River discharge at the Three Gorges Dam2017
Dr Eleanor Starkey
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Andy Large
Dr Paul Quinn
et al.
Demonstrating the value of community-based (‘citizen science’) observations for catchment modelling and characterisation2017
Dr Selma Guerreiro
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Elizabeth Lewis
et al.
Dry getting drier − the future of transnational river basins in Iberia2017
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Model-based estimation of land subsidence in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal2017
Dr Jennine Jonczyk
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Oliver Heidrich
Professor Richard Dawson
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
et al.
Demonstration of a green-blue approach for a strategic management of urban runoff2016
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Andres Iroume
Forest impact on flood peak discharge and sediment yield in streamflow2016
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr James Bathurst
45 years of non-stationary hydrology over a forest plantation growth cycle, Coalburn catchment, Northern England2014
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Comment on “A paradigm shift in understanding and quantifying the effects of forest harvesting on floods in snow environments” by Kim C. Green and Younes Alila2014
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Andrew Hardy
et al.
Daily discharge estimation at ungauged river sites using remote sensing2014
Professor Stuart Barr
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
A Remote Sensing Approach for Landslide Hazard Assessment on Engineered Slopes2012
Dr Pauline Miller
Professor Jon Mills
Professor Stuart Barr
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Geospatial data integration for assessing landslide hazard on engineered slopes2012
Professor John Ewen
Emma O'Connell
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Chris Kilsby
et al.
Physically-based modelling, uncertainty, and pragmatism – Comment on: ‘Système Hydrologique Europeén (SHE): review and perspectives after 30 years development in distributed physically-based hydrological modelling’ by Jens Christian Refsgaard, Børge Storm and Thomas Clausen2012
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Forest impact on floods due to extreme rainfall and snowmelt in four Latin American environments 2: Model analysis2011
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr James Bathurst
The effect of forest cover on peak flow and sediment discharge – an integrated field and modelling study in central-southern Chile.2011
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Flow pathways in the Slapton Wood catchment using temperature as a tracer2010
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Philip James
Professor John Ewen
Graphical user interface for rapid set-up of SHETRAN physically-based river catchment model2010
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Technical Note: Automatic river network generation for a physically-based river catchment model2010
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
et al.
Using satellite altimetry data to augment flow estimation techniques on the Mekong River2010
Dr Pauline Miller
Andrew Hardy
Professor Jon Mills
Professor Stuart Barr
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
et al.
Intelligent integration of multi-sensor data for risk assessment in transport corridor environments2009
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Dr Zhengfu Rao
A hybrid neural networks and numerical models approach for predicting groundwater abstraction impacts2008
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Physically-based modelling of double-peak discharge responses at Slapton Wood catchment2008
Owen Davies
Dr Mohamed Rouainia
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Predicting seasonal shrink swell cycles within a clay cutting2008
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Paul Younger
Dr Zhengfu Rao
A numerical modelling and neural network approach to estimate the impact of groundwater abstractions on river flows2007
Professor John Ewen
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Lumped hysteretic model for subsurface stormflow developed using downward approach2007
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Ian Calder
Forests and floods in Latin America: physical processes, policy implications and the EPIC FORCE project2006
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr James Bathurst
Model study of the relationship between sediment yield and river basin area2006
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr Mohamed Rouainia
Owen Davies
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
et al.
Simulation of climate-change induced deformation of a trial embankment.2006
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Paul Younger
Reference biospheres for post-closure performance assessment: inter-comparison of SHETRAN simulations and BIOMASS results2005
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor John Ewen
Cold Region Evaluation of SHETRAN Version 5.2004
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor John Ewen
SHETRAN Version 5 Evaluation Modelling for Water Flow and Nitrate Transport in the Slapton Wood Catchment.2004
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Use of decision support systems to analyse policy effects.2004
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Modelling phosphorous loss from agriculture catchments: a comparison of the performance of SWAT, HSPF and SHETRAN for the Clarianna catchment2003
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Joseph Pollacco
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Predicting the impact of afforestation or deforestation on recharge using only time series soil moisture and hydrometeorological data2003
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Professor Ian Calder
Modelling the effect of a Corsican pine forest on nitrate pollution2002
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Modelling the variation of sediment yield with catchment area.2002
Professor John Ewen
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Professor Enda O'Connell
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
et al.
SHETRAN physically-based distributed river basin modelling system2002
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Professor Paul Younger
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Zhengfu Rao
A new approach to modelling river-aquifer interactions using a 3-D numerical model and neural networks2001
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Professor Paul Younger
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Michael Murray
Dr Zhengfu Rao
et al.
A new approach to modelling river-aquifer interactions using a 3-D numerical model and neural networks2001
Professor Chris Kilsby
John Richmond
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Enda O'Connell
Extreme rainfall and flood frequency distribution modelling for present and future climates2000
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor John Ewen
Modelling nitrate transport in the Slapton Wood catchment using SHETRAN2000
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor John Ewen
Nitrogen transformation component for SHETRAN catchment nitrate transport modelling2000