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Professor Sean Wilkinson
Dr Sarah Dunn
Dr Russell Adams
Dr Nicolas Kirchner Bossi
Professor Hayley Fowler
et al.
Consequence forecasting: A rational framework for predicting the consequences of approaching storms2022
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 Russell Adams
Dr Paul Quinn
Nicholas Barber
Dr Sean Burke
Identifying flow pathways for phosphorus transport using observed event forensics and the CRAFT (Catchment runoff attenuation flux tool)2020
Dr Russell Adams
Dr Paul Quinn
The Role of Attenuation and Land Management in Small Catchments to Remove Sediment and Phosphorus: A Modelling Study of Mitigation Options and Impacts2018
Professor Sean Wilkinson
Dr Sarah Dunn
Dr Russell Adams
Infrastructure Network Modelling for Resilience Assessment and Investment Decisions2016
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 Russell Adams
Dr Paul Quinn
The Catchment Runoff Attenuation Flux Tool, a minimum information requirement nutrient pollution model2015
Dr Russell Adams
A Review of Mine Water Rebound Predictions from the VSS-NET Model2014
Dr Russell Adams
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Using a rainfall simulator and a physically based hydrological model to investigate runoff processes in a hillslope2005
Dr Russell Adams
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Modelling of hillslope erosion from New Zealand pasture using a rainfall simulator2004
Dr Russell Adams
Professor Paul Younger
A physically based model of rebound in South Crofty tin mine, Cornwall2002
Dr Russell Adams
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Development of a coupled surface-groundwater-pipe network model for the sustainable management of karstic groundwater2002
Dr Charlotte Nuttall
Dr Russell Adams
Professor Paul Younger
Integrated hydraulic - hydrogeochemical assessment of flooded deep mine voids by test pumping at Deerplay (Lancashire) and Frances (Fife) Collieries2002
Dr Charlotte Nuttall
Dr Russell Adams
Professor Paul Younger
Integrated hydraulic-hydrogeochemical assessment of flooded deep mine voids by test pumping at the Deerplay (Lancashire) and Frances (Fife) Collieries2002
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 Russell Adams
Professor Paul Younger
A strategy for modeling ground water rebound in abandoned deep mine systems2001
Dr Russell Adams
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Development of a coupled surface-groundwater-pipe network model for the sustainable management of karstic groundwater2001
Dr Russell Adams
Professor Paul Younger
Simulating the Hydrological Effects of Limestone Extraction2001
Dr Russell Adams
Professor Paul Younger
Simulating groundwater rebound in a recently-closed tin mine2000