Browsing publications by Professor Stephanie Glendinning

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Ross Stirling
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr Colin Davie
Modelling the deterioration of the near surface caused by drying induced cracking2017
Rose Hen-Jones
Dr Paul Hughes
Dr Ross Stirling
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Seasonal effects on geophysical-geotechnical relationships and their implications for electrical resistivity tomography monitoring of slopes2017
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Professor Richard Dawson
Alternative business models for flood risk management infrastructure2016
Dr Paul Hughes
Rosalind Hen-Jones
Dr Ross Stirling
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Challenges in monitoring and managing engineered slopes in a changing climate2016
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Failures in transport infrastructure embankments2016
Dr Peter Helm
Dr Ross Stirling
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
The Implications of Using Estimated Solar Radiation on the Derivation of Potential Evapotranspiration and Soil Moisture Deficit within an Embankment2016
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
A comparison of numerical modelling techniques to predict the effect of climate on infrastructure slopes2015
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr Mark Powell
Are wildcard events on infrastructure systems opportunities for transformational change?2015
Owen Davies
Dr Mohamed Rouainia
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Corrigendum to "Investigation of a pore pressure driven slope failure using a coupled hydro-mechanical model" (Vol 178, pg 70, 2014)2015
David Gunn
Dr Paul Hughes
Rosalind Hen-Jones
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Moisture monitoring in clay embankments using electrical resistivity tomography2015
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