Steve Birkinshaw
Steve Birkinshaw
Water Group, School of Engineering, Newcastle University, UK
Verified email at ncl.ac.uk - Homepage
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Nitrogen transformation component for SHETRAN catchment nitrate transport modelling
SJ Birkinshaw, J Ewen
Journal of hydrology 230 (1-2), 1-17, 2000
1732000
Using satellite altimetry data to augment flow estimation techniques on the Mekong River
SJ Birkinshaw, GM O'donnell, P Moore, CG Kilsby, HJ Fowler, PAM Berry
Hydrological Processes 24 (26), 3811-3825, 2010
1452010
Daily discharge estimation at ungauged river sites using remote sensing
SJ Birkinshaw, P Moore, CG Kilsby, GM O'donnell, AJ Hardy, PAM Berry
Hydrological Processes 28 (3), 1043-1054, 2014
862014
The effect of forest cover on peak flow and sediment discharge—an integrated field and modelling study in central–southern Chile
SJ Birkinshaw, JC Bathurst, A Iroumé, H Palacios
Hydrological Processes 25 (8), 1284-1297, 2011
862011
Model study of the relationship between sediment yield and river basin area
SJ Birkinshaw, JC Bathurst
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 31 (6), 750-761, 2006
702006
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
692017
Forest impact on floods due to extreme rainfall and snowmelt in four Latin American environments 2: Model analysis
JC Bathurst, SJ Birkinshaw, F Cisneros, J Fallas, A Iroumé, R Iturraspe, ...
Journal of Hydrology 400 (3-4), 292-304, 2011
622011
A numerical modelling and neural network approach to estimate the impact of groundwater abstractions on river flows
G Parkin, SJ Birkinshaw, PL Younger, Z Rao, S Kirk
Journal of Hydrology 339 (1-2), 15-28, 2007
592007
Climate change impacts on Yangtze River discharge at the Three Gorges Dam
SJ Birkinshaw, SB Guerreiro, A Nicholson, Q Liang, P Quinn, L Zhang, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (4), 1911-1927, 2017
482017
Modelling nitrate transport in the Slapton Wood catchment using SHETRAN
SJ Birkinshaw, J Ewen
Journal of hydrology 230 (1-2), 18-33, 2000
482000
Graphical user interface for rapid set-up of SHETRAN physically-based river catchment model
SJ Birkinshaw, P James, J Ewen
Environmental Modelling & Software 25 (4), 609-610, 2010
472010
45 years of non-stationary hydrology over a forest plantation growth cycle, Coalburn catchment, Northern England
SJ Birkinshaw, JC Bathurst, M Robinson
Journal of Hydrology 519, 559-573, 2014
462014
A remote sensing approach for landslide hazard assessment on engineered slopes
PE Miller, JP Mills, SL Barr, SJ Birkinshaw, AJ Hardy, G Parkin, SJ Hall
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 50 (4), 1048-1056, 2011
382011
Flow pathways in the Slapton Wood catchment using temperature as a tracer
SJ Birkinshaw, B Webb
Journal of Hydrology 383 (3-4), 269-279, 2010
322010
Lumped hysteretic model for subsurface stormflow developed using downward approach
J Ewen, SJ Birkinshaw
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 21 (11), 1496-1505, 2007
272007
The blue-green path to urban flood resilience
E O'Donnell, C Thorne, S Ahilan, S Arthur, S Birkinshaw, D Butler, ...
Blue-Green Systems 2 (1), 28-45, 2020
192020
Model-based estimation of land subsidence in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
PK Shrestha, NM Shakya, VP Pandey, SJ Birkinshaw, S Shrestha
Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk 8 (2), 974-996, 2017
192017
A hybrid neural networks and numerical models approach for predicting groundwater abstraction impacts
SJ Birkinshaw, G Parkin, Z Rao
Journal of Hydroinformatics 10 (2), 127-137, 2008
192008
Dry getting drier–The future of transnational river basins in Iberia
SB Guerreiro, S Birkinshaw, C Kilsby, HJ Fowler, E Lewis
Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 12, 238-252, 2017
182017
Physically‐based modelling of double‐peak discharge responses at Slapton Wood catchment
SJ Birkinshaw
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (10), 1419-1430, 2008
182008
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