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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 Paul Quinn
Quantifying the hydrological implications of pre- and post-installation willowed engineered log jams in the Pennine Uplands, NW England2021
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 Caspar Hewett
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Jennine Jonczyk
Dr Paul Quinn
Catchment Systems Engineering: An Holistic Approach to Catchment Management2020
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
Shannon Leakey
Dr Caspar Hewett
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Paul Quinn
Modelling the Impact of Leaky Barriers with a 1D Godunov-Type Scheme for the Shallow Water Equations2020
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Paul Quinn
Natural flood management: small-scale progress and larger-scale challenges2019
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Paul Quinn
The potential of runoff attenuation features as a Natural Flood Management approach2019
Michael Pollock
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Elizabeth Lewis
Professor Chris Kilsby
et al.
Quantifying and Mitigating Wind‐Induced Undercatch in Rainfall Measurements2018
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
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 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 Eleanor Starkey
Mhari Barnes
Dr Paul Quinn
Professor Andy Large
Insightful monitoring of natural flood risk management features using a low-cost and participatory approach2016
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 Caspar Hewett
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Mark Wilkinson
The Decision Support Matrix (DSM) Approach to Reducing Environmental Risk in Farmed Landscapes2016
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Paul Quinn
A cloud based tool for knowledge exchange on local scale flood risk2015
Dr Paul Quinn
Digital catchment observatories: A platform for engagement and knowledge exchange between catchment scientists, policy makers, and local communities2015
Dr Russell Adams
Dr Paul Quinn
The Catchment Runoff Attenuation Flux Tool, a minimum information requirement nutrient pollution model2015
Dr Luke Smith
Professor Qiuhua Liang
Dr Paul Quinn
Towards a hydrodynamic modelling framework appropriate for applications in urban flood assessment and mitigation using heterogeneous computing2015
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Paul Quinn
Nicholas Barber
Dr Jennine Jonczyk
A framework for managing runoff and pollution in the rural landscape using a Catchment Systems Engineering approach2014
Dr Luke Smith
Professor Qiuhua Liang
Dr Paul Quinn
A flexible hydrodynamic modelling framework for GPUs and CPUs: Application to the Carlisle 2005 floods2013
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Caspar Hewett
The Floods and Agriculture Risk Matrix: a decision support tool for effectively communicating flood risk from farmed landscapes2013
Nicholas Barber
Dr Paul Quinn
Mitigating diffuse water pollution from agriculture using soft-engineered runoff attenuation features2012
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
Alex Nicholson
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Dr Paul Quinn
Runoff attenuation features: a sustainable floodmitigation strategy in the Belford catchment, UK2012
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Paul Quinn
Runoff Management: Mitigation measures for disconnecting flow pathways in the Belford Burn catchment to reduce flood risk2010
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Paul Quinn
Belford Catchment Proactive Flood Solutions: A toolkit for managing runoff in the rural landscape2010
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Jennine Jonczyk
Managing runoff and flow pathways in a small rural catchment to reduce flood risk with other multi-purpose benefits2010
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Paul Quinn
Runoff management during the September 2008 floods in the Belford catchment, Northumberland2010
Dr Caspar Hewett
Dr Aidan Doyle
Dr Paul Quinn
Towards a hydroinformatics framework to aid decision-making for catchment management2010
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Caspar Hewett
Towards new types of water-centric collaboration2010
Dr Caspar Hewett
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Aidan Doyle
Dr Sean Burke
A multi-scale framework for strategic management of diffuse pollution2009
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 Caspar Hewett
Dr Paul Quinn
Agricultural land use and flood risk management: Engaging with stakeholders in North Yorkshire2008
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr Paul Quinn
Belford catchment proactive flood solutions: storing and attenuating runoff on farms2008
Dr Paul Quinn
Conceptualization in catchment modelling: Simply learning?2008
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Caspar Hewett
Nandani Dayawansa
TOPCAT-NP: A minimum information requirement model for simulation of flow and nutrient transport from agricultural systems2008
Dr Paul Quinn
Evaluating the risk of non-point source pollution from biosolids: Integrated modelling of nutrient losses at field and catchment scales2007
Professor Enda O'Connell
Professor John Ewen
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Dr Paul Quinn
Is there a link between agricultural land-use management and flooding?2007
Professor Enda O'Connell
Dr Paul Quinn
Managing the rural landscape2007
Dr Oliver Heidrich
Dr Paul Sallis
Dr Paul Quinn
The designs, installations and applications of drainage material manufactured from recycled mixed polymers2007
Dr Oliver Heidrich
Dr Paul Quinn
Mixed Plastic Waste Recycling and Sustainable Land Drainage Systems2006
Professor Enda O'Connell
Professor John Ewen
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Dr Paul Quinn
Impacts of land use management on flood generation: the current state of knowledge2005
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Caspar Hewett
Integrating Hydrology into Farmer's Decisions2005
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Caspar Hewett
Modelling and managing critical source areas of diffuse pollution from agricultural land using flow connectivity simulation2005
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
Professor Paul Younger
Dr Paul Quinn
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Jon Aumonier
A sustainable use of ochre from mine water treatment plants for phosphorus removal and recycling2004
Dr Caspar Hewett
Dr Paul Quinn
Hydroinformatics Tools to Aid Decision Making for Nutrient Remediation at Source2004
Professor Enda O'Connell
Professor John Ewen
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Dr Paul Quinn
et al.
Review of impacts of rural land use and management on flood generation: Impact study report2004
Professor Enda O'Connell
Professor John Ewen
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Dr Paul Quinn
Review of impacts of rural land use and management on flood generation: Research plan2004
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Caspar Hewett
Dr Aidan Doyle
Scale appropriate modelling: from mechanisms to management2004
Dr Paul Quinn
Scale appropriate modelling: Representing cause-and-effect relationships in nitrate pollution at the catchment scale for the purpose of catchment scale planning2004
Dr Caspar Hewett
Dr Paul Quinn
Towards a nutrient export risk matrix approach to managing agricultural pollution at source2004
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Caspar Hewett
An Earth Systems Engineering Approach to the Direct Management of Runoff Flow Paths and Nutrient Remediation at Source2003
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
Joseph Pollacco
Dr Paul Quinn
Constructing and optimising a parsimonious groundwater recharge model using neutron probe data2003
Professor Paul Younger
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr Paul Quinn
Novel use of ochre from mine water treatment plants to reduce point and diffuse phosphorus pollution2003
Dr Sean Burke
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Steven Merrett
Strategic Management of Non-Point Source Pollution from Sewage Sludge2003
Dr Paul Quinn
The Nutrient Export Risk Matrix (NERM) for strategic application of biosolids to agricultural land2003
Dr Sean Burke
Dr Paul Quinn
The nutrient export risk matrix (the NERM) for strategic application of biosolids to agricultural land2003
Dr Caspar Hewett
Dr Paul Quinn
TopManage: A High Resolution GIS Digital Terrain Analysis Tool to Study the Management of Flow on Farms2003
Professor Enda O'Connell
Dr Paul Quinn
Update of Research on Land Use and Runoff2003
Dr Paul Quinn
Models and monitoring: Scaling-up cause-and-effect relationships in nutrient pollution to the catchment scale2002
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Steven Merrett
Strategic management of non-point source pollution from sewage sludge2002
Dr Paul Quinn
'MIRSED' towards an MIR approach to modelling hillslope soil erosion at the national scale2000
Dr Paul Quinn
Basin scale nitrate simulation using a minimum information requirement approach1999
Dr Paul Quinn
The use of high resolution digital terrain models to represent wash-off in natural and man influenced environments1999
Dr Paul Quinn
Application of a conceptual catchment scale nitrate transport model on two rural river basins1998
Dr Paul Quinn
Nesting localized patch models and data within catchment models and data1998
Dr Paul Quinn
Spatial and temporal predictions of soil moisture patterns and evaporative losses using TOPMODEL and the GAS-FLUX model for an Alaskan catchment1998
Dr Paul Quinn
On the sensitivity of soil - vegetation - atmosphere transfer (SVAT) schemes: equifinality and the problem of robust calibration1997