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Gareth Owen
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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
562015
Monitoring agricultural diffuse pollution through a dense monitoring network in the River Eden Demonstration Test Catchment, Cumbria, UK
GJ Owen, MT Perks, CMWH Benskin, ME Wilkinson, J Jonczyk, PF Quinn
Area 44 (4), 443-453, 2012
512012
Potential Use of Runoff Attenuation Features in Small Rural Catchments for Flood Mitigation
P Quinn, G O’Donnell, A Nicholson, M Wilkinson, G Owen, J Jonczyk, ...
Newcastle, UK: Newcastle University Press, 2013
492013
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
242014
Simulating high frequency water quality monitoring data using a catchment runoff attenuation flux tool (CRAFT)
R Adams, PF Quinn, M Perks, NJ Barber, J Jonczyk, GJ Owen
Science of The Total Environment, 2016
92016
Evaluating multipurpose soft engineered mitigation measures in the Belford Burn catchment, Northumberland
M Wilkinson, P Quinn, J Jonczyk, A Nicholson, G Owen, N Barber
UK Catchment Science Workshop, Dublin, 2011
3*2011
Integrating observations and models to help understanding how flooding impacts upon catchments as a basis for decision making.
G Owen, P Quinn, G O'Donnell
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 16, 8530, 2014
12014
The challenge of lots of data: different ways to synthesise and visualise high frequency catchment data
J Jonczyk, N Barber, C Benskin, M Snell, C Deasy, S Reaney, P Quinn, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 17, 7574, 2015
2015
Developing a Framework to Link Catchment Modelling tools to Decision Support Systems for Catchment Management and Planning
R Adams, G Owen
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 17, 13553, 2015
2015
Flood Impact Modelling to support decision making
G Owen, P Quinn, G O'Donnell
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 17, 11947, 2015
2015
Assessing the role of urban developments on storm runoff response through multi-scale catchment experiments
M Wilkinson, G Owen, J Geris, C Soulsby, P Quinn
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 17, 10461, 2015
2015
Observational techniques for constraining hydraulic and hydrologic models for use in catchment scale flood impact assessment
G Owen, M Wilkinson, A Nicholson, P Quinn, G O'Donnell
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 17, 10287, 2015
2015
The role of high frequency monitoring in understanding nutrient pollution processes to address catchment management issues
P Quinn, J Jonczyk, G Owen, N Barber, R Adams, G ODonnell, E Team
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 17, 6221, 2015
2015
The role of local observations as evidence to inform effective mitigation methods for flood risk management
P Quinn, G ODonnell, G Owen
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 16, 8646, 2014
2014
A Decision Support Matrix (DSM) approach to mapping the impacts of flooding mitigation using a Flood Impact Model (FIM)
G Owen, P Quinn, G ODonnell
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 16, 11266, 2014
2014
The River EdenDTC Project: A National Demonstration Test Catchment
C Benskin, B Surridge, C Deasy, C Woods, D Rimmer, E Lees, G Owens, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 14, 8360, 2012
2012
A bottom up approach to implementing multi-purpose mitigation measures for reducing flood risk and improving water quality in agricultural catchments
ME Wilkinson, PF Quinn, J Jonczyk, S Burke, A Nicholson, N Barber, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 14, 13250, 2012
2012
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