Sim M. Reaney
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Concepts of hydrological connectivity: Research approaches, pathways and future agendas
LJ Bracken, J Wainwright, GA Ali, D Tetzlaff, MW Smith, SM Reaney, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 119, 17-34, 2013
Integrated environmental modeling: a vision and roadmap for the future
GF Laniak, G Olchin, J Goodall, A Voinov, M Hill, P Glynn, G Whelan, ...
Environmental modelling & software 39, 3-23, 2013
Representation of landscape hydrological connectivity using a topographically driven surface flow index
SN Lane, SM Reaney, AL Heathwaite
Water Resources Research 45 (8), 2009
The influence of land use, soils and topography on the delivery of hillslope runoff to channels in SE Spain
M Kirkby, L Bracken, S Reaney
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2002
Climate change and health and social care: Defining future hazard, vulnerability and risk for infrastructure systems supporting older people’s health care in England
KJ Oven, SE Curtis, S Reaney, M Riva, MG Stewart, R Ohlemüller, ...
Applied Geography 33, 16-24, 2012
Changing climate and nutrient transfers: Evidence from high temporal resolution concentration-flow dynamics in headwater catchments
MC Ockenden, CE Deasy, CMWH Benskin, KJ Beven, S Burke, AL Collins, ...
Science of the Total Environment 548, 325-339, 2016
Use of the connectivity of runoff model (CRUM) to investigate the influence of storm characteristics on runoff generation and connectivity in semi‐arid areas
SM Reaney, LJ Bracken, MJ Kirkby
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 21 (7), 894-906, 2007
Using the nutrient transfer continuum concept to evaluate the European Union Nitrates Directive National Action Programme
D Wall, P Jordan, AR Melland, PE Mellander, C Buckley, SM Reaney, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 14 (6), 664-674, 2011
Towards a unified threshold-based hydrological theory: necessary components and recurring challenges.
G Ali, CJ Oswald, C Spence, ELH Cammeraat, KJ McGuire, T Meixner, ...
Hydrological Processes 27 (2), 2013
The importance of surface controls on overland flow connectivity in semi‐arid environments: Results from a numerical experimental approach
SM Reaney, LJ Bracken, MJ Kirkby
Hydrological Processes 28 (4), 2116-2128, 2014
Benchmarking the predictive capability of hydrological models for river flow and flood peak predictions across over 1000 catchments in Great Britain
RA Lane, G Coxon, JE Freer, T Wagener, PJ Johnes, JP Bloomfield, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 23 (10), 4011-4032, 2019
Surveillant science: challenges for the management of rural environments emerging from the new generation diffuse pollution models
SN Lane, CJ Brookes, A Louise Heathwaite, S Reaney
Journal of Agricultural Economics 57 (2), 239-257, 2006
Predicting microbial water quality with models: over-arching questions for managing risk in agricultural catchments
DM Oliver, KDH Porter, YA Pachepsky, RW Muirhead, SM Reaney, ...
Science of the Total Environment 544, 39-47, 2016
Risk-based modelling of diffuse land use impacts from rural landscapes upon salmonid fry abundance
SM Reaney, SN Lane, AL Heathwaite, LJ Dugdale
Ecological Modelling 222 (4), 1016-1029, 2011
The role of tributary relative timing and sequencing in controlling large floods
I Pattison, SN Lane, RJ Hardy, SM Reaney
Water Resources Research 50 (7), 5444-5458, 2014
Dominant mechanisms for the delivery of fine sediment and phosphorus to fluvial networks draining grassland dominated headwater catchments
MT Perks, GJ Owen, CMWH Benskin, J Jonczyk, C Deasy, S Burke, ...
Science of the Total Environment 523, 178-190, 2015
The use of agent based modelling techniques in hydrology: determining the spatial and temporal origin of channel flow in semi‐arid catchments
SM Reaney
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2008
A new framework for integrated, holistic, and transparent evaluation of inter-basin water transfer schemes
P Sinha, E Rollason, LJ Bracken, J Wainwright, SM Reaney
Science of The Total Environment 721, 137646, 2020
A Monte Carlo approach to the inverse problem of diffuse pollution risk in agricultural catchments
DG Milledge, SN Lane, AL Heathwaite, SM Reaney
Science of the Total Environment 433, 434-449, 2012
Identifying critical source areas using multiple methods for effective diffuse pollution mitigation
SM Reaney, EB Mackay, PM Haygarth, M Fisher, A Molineux, M Potts, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 250, 109366, 2019
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