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Dr Matthew Perks
Dr Borbala Hortobagyi
Professor Andy Large
Identification of floodwater source areas in Nepal using SCIMAP-Flood2022
Dr Matthew Perks
Rapid Detection of the Change in Surface Flow Patterns Near Fish Passages at Hydropower Dams With the Use of UAS Based Videos Under Controlled Discharge Conditions2022
Dr Matthew Perks
A comparison of tools and techniques for stabilising unmanned aerial system (UAS) imagery for surface flow observations2021
Martin Jolley
Professor Andrew Russell
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Matthew Perks
Considerations When Applying Large-Scale PIV and PTV for Determining River Flow Velocity2021
Dr Matthew Perks
Professor Andy Large
Jane Davis
Dr Catherine Gandy
Patrick Orme
et al.
Effect of an extreme flood event on solute transport and resilience of a mine water treatment system in a mineralised catchment2021
Dr Matthew Perks
Hydro-morphological mapping of river reaches using videos captured with unoccupied aerial systems2021
Dr Matthew Perks
Unmanned aerial vehicles in hydrology and water management – applications, challenges and perspectives2021
Dr Matthew Perks
An evaluation of image velocimetry techniques under low flow conditions and high seeding densities using Unmanned Aerial Systems2020
Dr Matthew Perks
Identifying the optimal spatial distribution of tracers for optical sensing of stream surface flow2020
Dr Matthew Perks
KLT-IV v1.0: image velocimetry software for use with fixed and mobile platforms2020
Dr Matthew Perks
Dr Borbala Hortobagyi
Towards harmonisation of image velocimetry techniques for river surface velocity observations2020
Dr Matthew Perks
Assessing the Accuracy of Digital Surface Models Derived from Optical Imagery Acquired with Unmanned Aerial Systems2019
Dr Borbala Hortobagyi
Dr Matthew Perks
Professor Andrew Russell
Handbook for Surface Flow Velocity Measurement2019
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Dr Xilin Xia
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Dr Matthew Perks
Recommendations for Improving Integration in National End-to-End Flood Forecasting Systems: An Overview of the FFIR (Flooding From Intense Rainfall) Programme.2019
Dr Matthew Perks
Measurements and Observations in the XXI century (MOXXI): innovation and multi-disciplinarity to sense the hydrological cycle2018
Dr Matthew Perks
On the Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems for Environmental Monitoring2018
Dr Matthew Perks
Use of spatially distributed time-integrated sediment sampling networks and distributed fine sediment modelling to inform catchment management2017
Dr Matthew Perks
Reduced fine sediment flux and channel change in response to the managed diversion of an upland river channel2016
Dr Russell Adams
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Matthew Perks
Nicholas Barber
Dr Jennine Jonczyk
et al.
Simulating high frequency water quality monitoring data using a catchment runoff attenuation flux tool (CRAFT)2016
Dr Matthew Perks
Professor Andrew Russell
Professor Andy Large
Technical Note: Advances in flash flood monitoring using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)2016
Dr Matthew Perks
Gareth Owen
Dr Jennine Jonczyk
Dominant mechanisms for the delivery of fine sediment and phosphorus to fluvial networks draining grassland dominated headwater catchments2015
Professor Andy Large
Dr Jennine Jonczyk
Dr Matthew Perks
High frequency variability of environmental drivers determining benthic community dynamics in headwater streams2014
Dr Jennine Jonczyk
Dr Matthew Perks
Dr Sean Burke
High-frequency monitoring of nitrogen and phosphorus response in three rural catchments to the end of the 2011-2012 drought in England2014
Dr Matthew Perks
Suspended Sediment Sampling2014
Dr Matthew Perks
Critical assessment and validation of a time-integrating fluvial suspended sediment sampler2013
Dr Steven Emery
Dr Matthew Perks
Negotiating river restoration: The role of divergent reframing in environmental decision-making2013
Gareth Owen
Dr Matthew Perks
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Jennine Jonczyk
Dr Paul Quinn
et al.
Monitoring agricultural diffuse pollution through a dense monitoring network in the River Eden Demonstration Test Catchment, Cumbria, UK2012