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Publication - Article

Miller, James D.; Grebby, Stephen. 2014 Mapping long-term temporal change in imperviousness using topographic maps. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 30. 9-20. 10.1016/j.jag.2014.01.002

Miller, James D.; Kim, Hyeonjun; Kjeldsen, Thomas R.; Packman, John; Grebby, Stephen; Dearden, Rachel. 2014 Assessing the impact of urbanization on storm runoff in a peri-urban catchment using historical change in impervious cover. Journal of Hydrology, 515. 59-70. 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.04.011

Kjeldsen, T.R.; Miller, J.D.; Packman, J.C.. 2013 Modelling design flood hydrographs in catchments with mixed urban and rural land cover. Hydrology Research, 44 (6). 1040-1057. 10.2166/nh.2013.158

Palmer-Felgate, Elizabeth J.; Acreman, Mike C.; Verhoeven, Jos T.A.; Scholz, Miklas; Maltby, Edward; Stratford, Charlie J.; Newman, Jonathan; Miller, James; Coughlin, Deborah. 2013 How effective are reedbeds, ponds, restored and constructed wetlands at retaining nitrogen, phosphorus and suspended sediment from agricultural pollution in England? Environmental Evidence, 2 (1). 6, pp. 10.1186/2047-2382-2-1

Miller, J.D.; Kjeldsen, T.R.; Hannaford, J.; Morris, D.G.. 2013 A hydrological assessment of the November 2009 floods in Cumbria, UK. Hydrology Research, 44 (1). 180-197. 10.2166/nh.2012.076

Miller, James D.; Immerzeel, Walter W.; Rees, Gwyn. 2012 Climate change impacts on glacier hydrology and river discharge in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas: a synthesis of the scientific basis. Mountain Research and Development, 32 (4). 461-467. 10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-12-00027.1

Publication - Book Section

Miller, J.D.; Morris, D.G. ; Stewart, E.J.; Gibson, H.S.. 2012 The November 2009 floods in Cumbria, north-west England: an analysis of the rainfall and river flows in two catchments. In: Klijn, Frans; Schweckendiek, Timo, (eds.) Comprehensive flood risk management: research for policy and practice. London, CRC Press, 7pp.

Kjeldsen, T.R.; Miller, J.D.; Packman, J.C.. 2011 Urban footprints on catchment storm runoff. In: Szolgay, J.; Danacova, M.; Hlavova, K.; Kohnova, S.; Pistekova, V., (eds.) Floods in 3D: Processes, Patterns, Predictions. Bratislava, Slovakia, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, 22. (EGU Leonardo Conference Series on the Hydrological Cycle).

Publication - Conference Item

Kjeldsen, T.R.; Svensson, C.; Miller, J.M.. 2012 Large-scale attribution of trend in UK flood flow data. In: British Hydrological Society’s Eleventh National Symposium, Dundee, 9–11 July 2012. British Hydrological Society. (Unpublished)

Publication - Report

Miller, J.; Rees, G.; Warnaars, T.; Young, G.; Collins, D.; Shrestha, A.. 2013 What is the evidence for glacial shrinkage across the Himalayas?: systematic review. Collaboration for Environmental Evidence, 97pp. (CEE Review 10-008)

Vanneuville, Wouter; Werner, Beate; Kjeldsen, Thomas; Miller, James; Kossida, Maggie; Tekidou, Anastasia; Kakava, Anastasia; Crouzet, Philippe. 2012 Water resources in Europe in the context of vulnerability: EEA 2012 state of water assessment. Copenhagen, European Environment Agency, 92pp. (EEA Report no. 11/2012)

Miller, James; Kjeldsen, Thomas; Prudhomme, Christel. 2011 Assessment of flood peak simulations by Global Hydrological Models. WATCH. (WATCH Technical Report No.35)

Miller, James. 2010 The establishment of a database of hourly catchment average rainfall and flow in urban catchments to provide extractable flood events for use in urban flood modeling. NERC/CEH Information Gateway, 28pp. (UNSPECIFIED) (Unpublished)

Impact (Summary)

Miller, James; Rees, Gwyn; Warnaars, Tanya A.. 2013 News: What is the evidence for glacial shrinkage across the Himalayas? [Impact (Summary)]

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