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Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
Partial afforestation has uncertain effect on flood frequency and peak discharge at large catchment scales (100-1000 km2), south-central Chile2022
Professor Andres Iroume
Dr James Bathurst
Forest operations, tree species composition and decline in rainfall explain runoff changes in the Nacimiento experimental catchments, south central Chile2021
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Andres Iroume
Forests and floods: using field evidence to reconcile analysis methods2020
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Andres Iroume
Chapter 6 - SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation – Forest-Related Targets and their Impacts on Forests and People2019
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr James Bathurst
A multi-scale nested experiment for understanding flood wave generation across four orders of magnitude of catchment area2018
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 James Bathurst
Land use change impacts on floods at the catchment scale: Challenges and opportunities for future research2017
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Andres Iroume
Forest impact on flood peak discharge and sediment yield in streamflow2016
Dr James Bathurst
Spatial variability of suspended sediment yield in a gravel-bed river across four orders of magnitude of catchment area2015
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr James Bathurst
45 years of non-stationary hydrology over a forest plantation growth cycle, Coalburn catchment, Northern England2014
Dr James Bathurst
Comment on "A paradigm shift in understanding and quantifying the effects of forest harvesting on floods in snow environments'' by K. C. Green and Y. Alila2014
Dr James Bathurst
Quantitative generalizations for catchment sediment yield following forest logging2014
Dr James Bathurst
Critical conditions for particle motion in coarse bed materials of nonuniform size distribution2013
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Dr James Bathurst
Lineamientos de politica para la gestion integrada de cuecas hidrograficas forestadas frente a precipitaciones extremas. PHI-VII Documento Tecnico N 192013
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Dr James Bathurst
Policy briefs for integrated management of forested river catchments in extreme rainfall and snowmelt. PHI-VII Technical Document N 202013
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Dr James Bathurst
John Cunningham
Modelling catchment-scale shallow landslide occurrence and sediment yield as a function of rainfall return period2012
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
Forest impact on floods due to extreme rainfall and snowmelt in four Latin American environments 1: Field data analysis2011
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 James Bathurst
Predicting Impacts of LandUse and Climate Change on Erosion and Sediment Yield in River Basins using SHETRAN2011
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 James Bathurst
Dr Jaime Amezaga
Forests and floods in Latin America: science, management, policy and the EPIC FORCE project2010
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
Measuring and modelling storm rainfall and flood response behaviour in a densely instrumented multi-scale catchment experiment2010
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Modelling the effect of forest cover on shallow landslides at the river basin scale2010
Dr James Bathurst
Runoff and peakflows after clearcutting and the establishment of a new plantation in an experimental catchment, southern Chile2010
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Simon Abele
Dr James Bathurst
A distributed framework for multi-risk assessment of natural hazards used to model the effects of forest fire on hydrology and sediment yield2009
Carolyn Mills
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Paul Quinn
A study of spatial scaling in suspended sediment yield along a rural river system – the River Eden, Cumbria, UK2008
Dr James Bathurst
Effect of Pinus radiata plantations on water balance in Chile2008
Dr James Bathurst
Forests and floods in Latin America: science, management, policy and the EPIC FORCE project2008
Dr James Bathurst
Voluntary adoption of management practices to reduce the hydrological impacts of forest operation in Chilean plantation: a trade off among hydrological based evidence, forest certifiers and forest companies2008
Dr James Bathurst
Bed load sampling techniques for gravel-bed channels2007
Dr James Bathurst
Effect of coarse surface layer on bed-load transport2007
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Greta Moretti
Dr Ahmed El-Hames
Modelling the impact of forest loss on shallow landslide sediment yield, Ijuez river catchment, Spanish Pyrenees2007
Dr James Bathurst
Remote sensing and the global evaluation of erosion and sediment transport responses2007
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
A Multiscale Nested Experiment for Understanding and Prediction of High Rainfall and Flood Response Spatial Behaviour in the Eden Catchment, Cumbria, UK2006
Dr James Bathurst
John Richmond
Professor Barry Clarke
Application of the SHETRAN basin-scale, landslide sediment yield model to the Llobregat basin, Spanish Pyrenees2006
Dr James Bathurst
Effects of rainfall variability and land-use change on sediment yield simulated by SHETRAN2006
Dr James Bathurst
Effects of rainfall variability and land-use change on sediment yield simulated by SHETRAN2006
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
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Simon Abele
Dr James Bathurst
Modelling shallow landslides within the context of a distributed framework for multi-risk assessment of forest fire hazards2006
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Simon Abele
Dr James Bathurst
Modelling shallow landslides within the context of a distributed framework for multi-risk assessment of natural hazards2006
Dr James Bathurst
Modelling the impact of forest removal on shallow landslide sediment yield, Ljuez river catchment, Spanish Pyrenees2006
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Dr James Bathurst
Modelling the timing and location of shallow landslides and debris flows using the SHETRAN model.2006
Dr Will Mayes
Dr Claire Walsh
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Mark Wilkinson
et al.
Monitoring a flood event in a densely instrumented catchment, the Upper Eden, Cumbria, UK2006
Dr James Bathurst
Peak flow changes in a managed-forest experimental basin in southern Chile2006
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
Runoff exceeding rainfall: The problems of precipitation underestimation in the Eden Catchment, Cumbria, UK2006
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Dr James Bathurst
Simulating the occurrence of shallow landslides and debris flows as a function of rainfall return period2006
Dr James Bathurst
Relationship between sediment yield and scale in a semiarid region of Brazil2005
Dr James Bathurst
Relationship between simulated sediment yield and scale in a semiarid region of Brazil2005
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Greta Moretti
Dr Ahmed El-Hames
Dr Ahmad Moaven-Hashemi
John Richmond
et al.
Scenario modelling of basin-scale, shallow landslide sediment yield, Valsassina, Italian Southern Alps2005
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Paul Quinn
Sediment yield dependency in the River Eden basin, northwest England.2005
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Paul Quinn
Sediment yield scale dependency in the river Eden basin, northwest England2005
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Paul Quinn
Sediment yield scale dependency in the River Eden basin, northwest England2005
Dr James Bathurst
Effect of coarse surface layer on bed load transport2004
Dr James Bathurst
Uncertainty analysis in up-scaling the SHETRAN model parameters2004
Dr James Bathurst
Use of caesium-137 data to evaluate SHETRAN simulated long-term erosion patterns in arable lands2004
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Use of decision support systems to analyse policy effects.2004
Dr James Bathurst
Professor John Ewen
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Professor Enda O'Connell
Validation of catchment models for predicting land-use and climate change impacts. 3. Blind validation for internal and outlet responses2004
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Dr James Bathurst
An itegrated decision support system for desertification mitigation2003
Dr Paul Quinn
Professor Enda O'Connell
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Dr James Bathurst
et al.
Catchment hydrology and sustainable management (CHASM): generic experimental design2003
Dr James Bathurst
DAMOCLES: Debris-fall assessment in mountain catchments for local end-users2003
Dr James Bathurst
DAMOCLES: Debrisfall Assessment in Mountain catchments for Local end-users2003
Dr James Bathurst
Debris flow characteristics and relationships in the Central Spanish Pyrenees2003
Dr James Bathurst
Justin Sheffield
Dr Xiaoling Leng
Decision support system for desertification mitigation in the Agri basin, southern Italy2003
Dr Greta Moretti
Dr James Bathurst
Physically based modelling of landslide sediment yield at Valsassina, Italian pre-Alps.2003
Dr James Bathurst
At-a-site variation and minimum flow resistance for mountain rivers2002
Dr James Bathurst
DAMOCLES: Debrisfall Assessment in Mountain Catchments for Local End-users2002
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
MEDRUSH, A basin-scale physically based model for forecasting runoff and sediment yield2002
Dr James Bathurst
Justin Sheffield
Modelling large basin hydrology and sediment yield with sparse data: the Agri basin, southern Italy2002
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Modelling the variation of sediment yield with catchment area.2002
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Eric Valentine
Overbank sediment deposition patterns for straight and meandering flume channels2002
Dr James Bathurst
Physically-based erosion and sediment yield modelling: the SHETRAN concept2002
Dr James Bathurst
Sediment yield modelling at various basin scales in a semiarid region of Brazil using SHETRAN2002
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
John Richmond
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Barry Clarke
Validation of a basin scale, landslide sediment yield model, Llobregat basin, Spanish Pyrenees2002
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Professor John Ewen
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Enda O'Connell
et al.
Validation of SHETRAN UK for a Mediterranean Catchment2002
Dr James Bathurst
Minimum flow resistance for mountain rivers2001
Professor Eric Valentine
Dr James Bathurst
Regime theory and the stability of straight channels with bankfull and overbank flow2001
Professor Eric Valentine
Dr James Bathurst
Stabilising the sediment bed in laboratory flumes2001
Justin Sheffield
Dr James Bathurst
Robert Hiley
Test of the SHETRAN technology for modelling the impact of reforestation on badlands runoff and sediment yield at Draix, France2000
John Richmond
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Barry Clarke
Validation of a basin scale, landslide sediment yield model2000
Dr James Bathurst
Comparison of bed load sampler and tracer data on initiation of motion1999
Professor Eric Valentine
Dr Chandramouli Nalluri
Dr James Bathurst
The response of straight mobile bed channels to inbank and overbank flows1999
Professor Eric Valentine
Dr James Bathurst
The response of straight mobile bed channels to inbank and overbank flows1999
Dr James Bathurst
Dambreak flood impact on mountain stream bedload transport after 13 years1998
John Richmond
Dr James Bathurst
Field variability of landslide model parameters1998
Dr James Bathurst
Justin Sheffield
Robert Hiley
Modelling badlands erosion with SHETRAN at Draix, southeast France1998
John Richmond
Dr James Bathurst
Physically based modelling of shallow landslide sediment yield at a catchment scale1998
Dr James Bathurst
Rainfall-triggered landslides: A reference list1998
Dr James Bathurst
John Richmond
Professor Timothy Ward
Debris flow run-out and landslide sediment delivery model tests1997
Professor Eric Valentine
Dr James Bathurst
Flood channel facility: Experiments in two-stage mobile boundary channels1997
Dr James Bathurst
John Richmond
Professor Timothy Ward
Debris flow runout and sediment delivery model tests1996
Dr James Bathurst
Field measurement of boulder flow drag1996
Dr James Bathurst
SHESED: A physically based, distributed erosion and sediment yield component for the SHE hydrological modelling system1996
Dr James Bathurst
Use of the SHE hydrological modelling system to investigate basin response to snowmelt at Reynolds Creek, Idaho1996
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Professor John Ewen
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Enda O'Connell
et al.
Validation of catchment models for predicting land-use and climate change impacts .2. Case study for a Mediterranean catchment1996
John Richmond
Dr James Bathurst
Modelling shallow landslide erosion sediment yield at the basin scale1994
Dr James Bathurst
Sedimentation: channel depositional processes and interpretation of sediment yield records from lake and reservoir deposits - preface1994
John Richmond
Dr James Bathurst
Shallow landslide erosion and sediment yield: temporal and spatial modelling on a catchment scale1994
Dr James Bathurst
Application of the SHE to catchments in India 1: General results1992
Dr James Bathurst
Application of the SHE to catchments in India 2: Field experiments and simulation studies with the SHE on the Kolar subcatchment of the Narmada River1992
Dr James Bathurst
Calibrating SHE soil-erosion model for different land covers1992
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Enda O'Connell
Future of distributed modeling: The Systeme Hydrologique Europeen1992