|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
|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
|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
|Representation of landscape hydrological connectivity using a topographically driven surface flow index|
SN Lane, SM Reaney, AL Heathwaite
Water Resources Research 45 (8), 2009
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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), 313-318, 2013
|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
|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|
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2008
|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
|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
|A geospatial framework to support integrated biogeochemical modelling in the United Kingdom|
S Greene, PJ Johnes, JP Bloomfield, SM Reaney, R Lawley, Y Elkhatib, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 68, 219-232, 2015
|High frequency variability of environmental drivers determining benthic community dynamics in headwater streams|
MA Snell, PA Barker, BWJ Surridge, ARG Large, J Jonczyk, ...
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 16 (7), 1629-1636, 2014
|Use of spatially distributed time-integrated sediment sampling networks and distributed fine sediment modelling to inform catchment management|
MT Perks, J Warburton, LJ Bracken, SM Reaney, SB Emery, S Hirst
Journal of environmental management 202, 469-478, 2017