Reaney S. M. Bracken L. J. and Kirkby M. J. in press: The importance of surface controls on overland flow connectivity in semi-arid environments: results from a numerical experimental approach; Hydrological Processes
Bracken, L.J., Wainwright, J., Ali, G., Tetzlaff, D., Smith, M.W., Reaney, S. and Roy, A.G, 2013: The concepts of hydrological connectivity: research approaches, pathways and future agendas; Earth Science Reviews 119 17-34 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.earscirev.2013.02.001Continue Reading →
I currently have a number of possible PhD research projects that could be funded either under the Durham Doctoral Studentship or NERC studentship.Continue Reading →
Genevieve Ali, Claire J. Oswald, Christopher Spence, Erik L. H. Cammeraat, Kevin J. McGuire, Thomas Meixner and Sim M. Reaney 2012: Towards a unified threshold-based hydrological theory: necessary components and recurring challenges; Hydrological Processes DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9560
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A new paper on the SCIMAP approach has been published in the journal ‘Science of the Total Environment’. This paper was lead by Dave Milledge and uses spatially distrinuted water chemistry infomation to fit the land use risk export parameters of SCIMAP to the local context.
Milledge D. G., Lane S. N., Heathwaite A. L. [...]Continue Reading →
I have started working on a new project investigating the economic benefits of diffuse pollution mitigation targeting.Continue Reading →