Hugh A Graham
Hugh A Graham
Research Student, University of Exeter
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ex.ac.uk
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Eurasian beaver activity increases water storage, attenuates flow and mitigates diffuse pollution from intensively-managed grasslands
A Puttock, HA Graham, AM Cunliffe, M Elliott, RE Brazier
Science of the total environment 576, 430-443, 2017
1192017
Sediment and nutrient storage in a beaver engineered wetland
A Puttock, HA Graham, D Carless, RE Brazier
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 43 (11), 2358-2370, 2018
322018
Survey of the Tayside area beaver population 2017-2018
R Campbell-Palmer
Scottish Natural Heritage, 2018
162018
Beaver: Nature's ecosystem engineers
RE Brazier, A Puttock, HA Graham, RE Auster, KH Davies, CML Brown
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 8 (1), e1494, 2021
112021
River otter beaver trial: Science and evidence report
RE Brazier, M Elliott, E Andison, RE Auster, S Bridgewater, P Burgess, ...
University of Exeter. https://www. exeter. ac. uk/creww/research/beavertrial, 2020
102020
Modelling Eurasian beaver foraging habitat and dam suitability, for predicting the location and number of dams throughout catchments in Great Britain
HA Graham, A Puttock, WW Macfarlane, JM Wheaton, JT Gilbert, ...
European Journal of Wildlife Research 66 (3), 1-18, 2020
82020
Quantifying the multiple, environmental benefits of reintroducing the Eurasian Beaver
R Brazier, A Puttock, H Graham, K Anderson, A Cunliffe, M Elliott
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EPSC2016-7243, 2016
62016
Beaver dams attenuate flow: A multi‐site study
A Puttock, HA Graham, J Ashe, DJ Luscombe, RE Brazier
Hydrological processes 35 (2), e14017, 2021
42021
Using field sign surveys to estimate spatial distribution and territory dynamics following reintroduction of the Eurasian beaver to British river catchments
R Campbell‐Palmer, A Puttock, KA Wilson, A Leow‐Dyke, HA Graham, ...
River Research and Applications 37 (3), 343-357, 2021
22021
Drone-derived canopy height predicts biomass across non-forest ecosystems globally
AM Cunliffe, K Anderson, F Boschetti, HA Graham, RE Brazier, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
22020
Patterns in routinely collected, high frequency water quality data in rivers supplying drinking water treatment works.
J Ashe, E Grand-Clement, DJ Luscombe, H Graham, DA Savic, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
12019
Predicting the expansion and impact of the Eurasian Beaver (Castor fiber) at catchment scales.
H Graham, A Puttock, JM Wheaton, W Macfarlane, M Elliott, K Anderson, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 782, 2018
12018
Global application of an unoccupied aerial vehicle photogrammetry protocol for predicting aboveground biomass in non‐forest ecosystems
AM Cunliffe, K Anderson, F Boschetti, RE Brazier, HA Graham, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, 2021
2021
Drone-derived canopy height predicts aboveground biomass in non-forest ecosystems across the globe
A Cunliffe, K Anderson, F Boschetti, HA Graham, RE Brazier, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, B002-0010, 2020
2020
Does changing connectivity due to beaver engineering result in changing hydrological function? Understanding the impacts of the return of the Eurasian beaver to Great Britain.
A Puttock, H Graham, R Brazier
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 2158, 2020
2020
A global network to measure biomass in low-stature ecosystems: Drone photogrammetry for allometric inference.
A Cunliffe, K Anderson, F Boschetti, H Graham, R Brazier, M Cramer, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Can Eurasian Beaver reintroduction provide a nature based solution to water resource management issues?
A Puttock, H Graham, R Brazier
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 2814, 2018
2018
Determining the impact of the Eurasian Beaver (Castor fiber) on the vegetation and wetland structure of a riparian system using structure from motion (SFM) photogrammetry.
H Graham, A Puttock, P Benaud, A Cunliffe, M Elliott, K Anderson, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 796, 2018
2018
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