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Using numerical modelling to evaluate the capillary fringe groundwater ridging hypothesis of streamflow generation
The controls on pre-event water contributions to streamflow are still poorly understood, despite a number of proposed processes. One of the most common is the capillary fringe induced groundwater… Expand
Multi-Method Global Sensitivity Analysis (MMGSA) for modelling floodplain hydrological processes
We combine a fuzzy performance function with different methods of calculating global sensitivity to perform a multi-method global sensitivity analysis (MMGSA). Expand
Landslide hazard and bioengineering: towards providing improved decision support through integrated numerical model development
- P. L. Wilkinson, M. Anderson, D. Lloyd, J. Renaud
- Engineering, Computer Science
- Environ. Model. Softw.
The combined hydrology and stability model (CHASM) is a state-of-the-art software tool that aids the assessment of slope stability. Expand
Implementing low-cost landslide risk reduction: a pilot study in unplanned housing areas of the Caribbean
Landslides pose a serious physical and environmental threat to vulnerable communities living in areas of unplanned housing on steep slopes in the Caribbean. Some of these communities have, in the… Expand
Numerical simulation of floodplain hydrology.
Despite the extensive research into hillslope and channel interactions in headwater catchments, surprisingly little attention has been paid to such processes in lowland rivers. In particular,… Expand
The effect of model configuration on modelled hillslope -riparian interactions
The transfer of hillslope water to and through the riparian zone forms a research area of importance in hydrological investigations. Numerical modelling schemes offer a way to visualise and quantify… Expand
Comment on “An assessment of the tracer‐based approach to quantifying groundwater contributions to streamflow” by J. P. Jones et al.
Prediction of rainfall-induced transient water pressure head behind a retaining wall using a high-resolution finite element model
Abstract Retaining walls are used to provide additional support to slopes thought to be at risk of failure. The design of such structures requires the inclusion of pore water head in the appropriate… Expand