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Paul Quinn
School of Engineering, Newcastle University
Verified email at ncl.ac.uk
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The prediction of hillslope flow paths for distributed hydrological modelling using digital terrain models
P Quinn, K Beven, P Chevallier, O Planchon
Hydrological processes 5 (1), 59-79, 1991
20321991
Topmodel.
K Beven, R Lamb, P Quinn, R Romanowicz, J Freer
Computer models of watershed hydrology., 627-668, 1995
9041995
The in(a/tan/β) index: How to calculate it and how to use it within the topmodel framework
PF Quinn, KJ Beven, R Lamb
Hydrological processes 9 (2), 161-182, 1995
7611995
Modelling and managing critical source areas of diffuse pollution from agricultural land using flow connectivity simulation
AL Heathwaite, PF Quinn, CJM Hewett
Journal of Hydrology 304 (1-4), 446-461, 2005
3692005
Is there a link between agricultural land-use management and flooding?
PE O’Connell, J Ewen, G O’Donnell, P Quinn
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11 (1), 96-107, 2007
3032007
On the sensitivity of soil-vegetation-atmosphere transfer (SVAT) schemes: equifinality and the problem of robust calibration
SW Franks, KJ Beven, PF Quinn, IR Wright
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 86 (1-2), 63-75, 1997
2291997
Spatial and temporal predictions of soil moisture dynamics, runoff, variable source areas and evapotranspiration for Plynlimon, Mid‐Wales
PF Quinn, KJ Beven
Hydrological Processes 7 (4), 425-448, 1993
1831993
Agricultural land use and flood risk management: Engaging with stakeholders in North Yorkshire
H Posthumus, CJM Hewett, J Morris, PF Quinn
Agricultural Water Management 95 (7), 787-798, 2008
1502008
Demonstrating the value of community-based (‘citizen science’) observations for catchment modelling and characterisation
E Starkey, G Parkin, S Birkinshaw, A Large, P Quinn, C Gibson
Journal of Hydrology 548, 801-817, 2017
1092017
Scale appropriate modelling: representing cause-and-effect relationships in nitrate pollution at the catchment scale for the purpose of catchment scale planning
P Quinn
Journal of Hydrology 291 (3-4), 197-217, 2004
1042004
Quantifying and mitigating wind‐induced undercatch in rainfall measurements
MD Pollock, G O'Donnell, P Quinn, M Dutton, A Black, ME Wilkinson, ...
Water Resources Research 54 (6), 3863-3875, 2018
942018
Catchment scale modelling of nitrate leaching.
S Anthony, P Quinn, E Lord
Aspects of Applied Biology, 1996
911996
Runoff management during the September 2008 floods in the Belford catchment, Northumberland
ME Wilkinson, PF Quinn, P Welton
Journal of Flood Risk Management 3 (4), 285-295, 2010
852010
Runoff attenuation features: a sustainable flood mitigation strategy in the Belford catchment, UK
AR Nicholson, ME Wilkinson, GM O'Donnell, PF Quinn
Area 44 (4), 463-469, 2012
832012
Conceptualization in catchment modelling: simply learning?
SM Dunn, J Freer, M Weiler, MJ Kirkby, J Seibert, PF Quinn, G Lischeid, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (13), 2389-2393, 2008
762008
Working with natural processes–evidence directory
L Burgess-Gamble, R Ngai, M Wilkinson, T Nisbet, N Pontee, R Harvey, ...
Environmental Agency, Report No. SC150005, 2017
742017
A framework for managing runoff and pollution in the rural landscape using a Catchment Systems Engineering approach
ME Wilkinson, PF Quinn, NJ Barber, J Jonczyk
Science of the Total Environment 468, 1245-1254, 2014
732014
The introduction of macroscale hydrological complexity into land surface-atmosphere transfer models and the effect on planetary boundary layer development
P Quinn, K Beven, A Culf
Journal of hydrology 166 (3-4), 421-444, 1995
691995
TOPMODEL and GRIDATB, a users guide to the distribution versions (94.01)
K Beven, P Quinn, R Romanowicz, J Freer, J Fisher, R Lamb
Lancastre: Lancastre University, paginação irregular, 1994
671994
A multi-scale framework for strategic management of diffuse pollution
CJM Hewett, PF Quinn, AL Heathwaite, A Doyle, S Burke, PG Whitehead, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 24 (1), 74-85, 2009
652009
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