Douglas Pender
Douglas Pender
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The effects of storm clustering on beach profile variability
H Karunarathna, D Pender, R Ranasinghe, AD Short, DE Reeve
Marine geology 348, 103-112, 2014
A statistical-process based approach for modelling beach profile variability
D Pender, H Karunarathna
Coastal Engineering 81, 19-29, 2013
Method for incorporating morphological sensitivity into flood inundation modeling
D Pender, S Patidar, K Hassan, H Haynes
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 142 (6), 04016008, 2016
Stochastic simulation of daily streamflow sequences using a hidden Markov model
D Pender, S Patidar, G Pender, H Haynes
Hydrology Research 47 (1), 75-88, 2016
Applicability of a coastal morphodynamic model for fluvial environments
L Beevers, I Popescu, Q Pan, D Pender
Environmental Modelling & Software 80, 83-99, 2016
An evaluation of methods available for quantifying extreme beach erosion
D Pender, DP Callaghan, H Karunarathna
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Marine Energy 1 (1), 31-43, 2015
Incorporating river bed level changes into flood risk modelling
D Pender, S Patidar, H Haynes
E-proceedings of the 36th IAHR World Congress 28, 2015
Modeling beach profile evolution–a statistical–process based approach
D Pender, H Karunarathna
Coastal Engineering Proceedings 1 (33), 13, 2012
Gravel Barrier Beach Morphodynamic Response to Extreme Conditions
K Ions, H Karunarathna, DE Reeve, D Pender
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 9 (2), 135, 2021
The influence of flood sequencing on the morphology and bed composition of the American River, California, USA
D Pender, A Shvidchenko, H Haynes, G Pender
Proc., 7th IAHR River Flow Conf, 2014
A model for stochastic simulation of daily streamflow
S Patidar, K Hassan, H Haynes, G Pender, D Pender
River Flow 2016: Eighth International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics, 1910 …, 2016
Impacts of sea level rise on the Great South Wall breakwater in Dublin Port, Ireland
D Pender, H Karunarathna
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