Browsing publications by Dr James Bathurst

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
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
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
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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
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