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WRF model sensitivity to choice of parameterization: a study of the 'York Flood 1999' (2014)
Journal Article
Remesan, R., Bellerby, T., Holman, I., & Frostick, L. (2015). WRF model sensitivity to choice of parameterization: a study of the 'York Flood 1999'. Theoretical and applied climatology, 122(1-2), (229-247). doi:10.1007/s00704-014-1282-0. ISSN 0177-798X

© 2014, Springer-Verlag Wien. Numerical weather modelling has gained considerable attention in the field of hydrology especially in un-gauged catchments and in conjunction with distributed models. As a consequence, the accuracy with which these model... Read More

Hydrological modelling using data from monthly GCMs in a regional catchment (2013)
Journal Article
Remesan, R., Bellerby, T., & Frostick, L. (2014). Hydrological modelling using data from monthly GCMs in a regional catchment. Hydrological Processes, 28(8), (3241-3263). doi:10.1002/hyp.9872. ISSN 0885-6087

This study demonstrates the use of spatially downscaled, monthly general circulation model (GCM) rainfall and temperature data to drive the established HyMOD hydrological model to evaluate the prospective effects of climate change on the fluvial run-... Read More

Leaching characteristics of CCA-treated wood waste: A UK study (2012)
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Mercer, T. G., & Frostick, L. E. (2012). Leaching characteristics of CCA-treated wood waste: A UK study. The Science of the total environment, 427-428, (165-174). doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.04.008. ISSN 0048-9697

CCA-treated wood is expected to increase in the UK waste stream over the next 20-50years. The potential pollution from this waste has been evaluated through two leaching studies, one based upon batch leaching tests and another based upon a series of... Read More

Grain size and topographical differences between static and mobile armour layers (2011)
Journal Article
Mao, L., Cooper, J. R., & Frostick, L. E. (2011). Grain size and topographical differences between static and mobile armour layers. Earth surface processes and landforms : the journal of the British Geomorphological Research Group, 36(10), (1321-1334). doi:10.1002/esp.2156. ISSN 0197-9337

A series of laboratory flume experiments under conditions of sediment starvation (zero sediment feeding) and recirculation were conducted in order to identify the temporal evolution and surface properties of static and mobile armour layers. The exper... Read More

Application of geophysical monitoring techniques as aids to probabilistic risk-based management of landfill sites (2009)
Journal Article
Frostick, L. E., Ferrier, G., & Splajt, T. (2009). Application of geophysical monitoring techniques as aids to probabilistic risk-based management of landfill sites. The Geographical journal, 175(4), 304-314. doi:10.1111/j.1475-4959.2009.00340.x

Increasingly stringent regulatory regimes, in conjunction with landfill development in environmentally sensitive locations and the large number of abandoned landfill sites, are significantly increasing the responsibilities of local authorities and en... Read More

Inferring bedload transport from stratigraphic successions: Examples from Cenozoic and Pleistocene rivers, south central Pyrenees, Spain (2008)
Journal Article
Jones, S. J., & Frostick, L. E. (2008). Inferring bedload transport from stratigraphic successions: Examples from Cenozoic and Pleistocene rivers, south central Pyrenees, Spain. Geological Society Special Publications, 296(1), 129-145. doi:10.1144/SP296.9

Geologists and geomorphologists have long been concerned with rates of sediment transfer as bedload in gravel-bed rivers, especially as rates of sediment transfer are important factors controlling river aggradation and incision. Bedload transport equ... Read More