CAESAR Lisflood-Publications

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Coulthard, Tom J.; Neal, Jeff C.; Bates, Paul D.; Ramirez, Jorge; de Almeida, Gustavo A. M.; Hancock, Greg R.; 2013. Integrating the LISFLOOD-FP 2D hydrodynamic model with the CAESAR model: implications for modelling landscape evolution. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38, 1897–1906. 10.1002/esp.3478
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2013

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Skinner, Christopher J.; Coulthard, Tom J.; Schwanghart, Wolfgang; Wiel, Marco J. Van De; Hancock, Greg; 2018. Global sensitivity analysis of parameter uncertainty in landscape evolution models. Geoscientific Model Development, 11, 4873–4888. https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-11-4873-2018
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2018Model overview 27
Zellou, Bouchra; Rahali, Hassane; 2017. Assessment of reduced-complexity landscape evolution model suitability to adequately simulate flood events in complex flow conditions. Natural Hazards, 86, 1–29. 10.1007/s11069-016-2671-8
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2017Model application 25
Howard, Andy J.; Knight, David; Coulthard, Tom; Hudson-Edwards, Karen; Kossoff, David; Malone, Steve; 2016. Assessing riverine threats to heritage assets posed by future climate change through a geomorphological approach and predictive modelling in the Derwent Valley Mills WHS, UK. Journal of Cultural Heritage, 19, 387–394. 10.1016/j.culher.2015.11.007
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2016Model application 26
Skinner, Christopher J.; Coulthard, Thomas J.; Parsons, Daniel R.; Ramirez, Jorge A.; Mullen, Liam; Manson, Susan; 2015. Simulating tidal and storm surge hydraulics with a simple 2D inertia based model, in the Humber Estuary, U.K. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 155, 126–136. 10.1016/j.ecss.2015.01.019
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2015Model application 43
Hancock, G.R.; J.B.C., Lowry; Coulthard, T.J.; 2015. Catchment reconstruction — erosional stability at millennial time scales using landscape evolution models. Geomorphology, 231, 15–27. 10.1016/j.geomorph.2014.10.034
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2015Model application 44
Fieman, Dina M.; Attal, Mikaël; Addy, Stephen; 2020. Geomorphic response of a mountain gravel-bed river to an extreme flood in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Scottish Journal of Geology, , sjg2019–005. 10.1144/sjg2019-005
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2020Model application 1
Walsh, Peter; Jakeman, Anthony; Thompson, Chris; 2020. Modelling headwater channel response and suspended sediment yield to in-channel large wood using the Caesar-Lisflood landscape evolution model. Geomorphology, 363, 107209. 10.1016/j.geomorph.2020.107209
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2020Model application 2
Beckers, Brian; Schütt, Brigitta; 2013. The elaborate floodwater harvesting system of ancient Resafa in Syria – Construction and reliability. Journal of Arid Environments, 96, 31–47. 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2013.04.004
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2013Model application 9
Hancock, G.R.; Verdon-Kidd, D.; Lowry, J.B.C.; 2017. Sediment output from a post-mining catchment – Centennial impacts using stochastically generated rainfall. Journal of Hydrology, 544, 180–194. 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.11.027
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2017Model application 14
Hancock, G.R.; Verdon-Kidd, D.; Lowry, J.B.C.; 2017. Soil erosion predictions from a landscape evolution model – An assessment of a post-mining landform using spatial climate change analogues. Science of The Total Environment, 601, 109–121. 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.04.038
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2017Model application 21
Hancock, G.R.; Saynor, M.; Lowry, J.B.C.; Erskine, W.D.; 2020. How to account for particle size effects in a landscape evolution model when there is a wide range of particle sizes. Environmental Modelling & Software, 124, 104582. 10.1016/j.envsoft.2019.104582
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2020Model application 3
Ziliani, Luca; Surian, Nicola; Botter, Gianluca; Mao, Luca; 2020. Assessment of the geomorphic effectiveness of controlled floods in a braided river using a reduced-complexity numerical model. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 24, 3229–3250. 10.5194/hess-24-3229-2020
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2020Model application 3
Hoober, David; Svoray, Tal; Cohen, Sagy; 2017. Using a landform evolution model to study ephemeral gullying in agricultural fields: the effects of rainfall patterns on ephemeral gully dynamics: Rainfall Pattern Effects on Ephemeral Gully Dynamics. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 42, 1213–1226. 10.1002/esp.4090
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2017Model application 17
Poeppl, R.E.; Coulthard, T.; Keesstra, S.D.; Keiler, M.; 2019. Modeling the impact of dam removal on channel evolution and sediment delivery in a multiple dam setting. International Journal of Sediment Research, 34, 537–549. 10.1016/j.ijsrc.2019.06.001
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2019Model application 8
Coulthard, Tom J.; Skinner, Christopher J.; 2016. The sensitivity of landscape evolution models to spatial and temporal rainfall resolution. Earth Surface Dynamics, 4, 757–771. 10.5194/esurf-4-757-2016
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2016Model application 28
Siev, Sokly; Ann, Vannak; Nakamura, Takashi; Fujii, Hideto; Yoshimura, Chihiro; Soleh Setiyawan, A.; Dwi Ariesyady, H.; Nastiti, A.; Roosmini, D.; Sonny Abfertiawan, M.; 2020. Flood mapping under an extreme event in a large shallow lake influenced by flood pulse in Southeast Asia. E3S Web of Conferences, 148, 06004. 10.1051/e3sconf/202014806004
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2020Model application 0
Yu, Wansik; Kim, Yeonsu; Lee, Daeeop; Lee, Giha; 2019. Hydrological assessment of basin development scenarios: Impacts on the Tonle Sap Lake in Cambodia. Quaternary International, 503, 115–127. 10.1016/j.quaint.2018.09.023
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2019Model application 9
Lowry, J.B.C.; Narayan, M.; Hancock, G.R.; Evans, K.G.; 2019. Understanding post-mining landforms: Utilising pre-mine geomorphology to improve rehabilitation outcomes. Geomorphology, 328, 93–107. 10.1016/j.geomorph.2018.11.027
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2019Model application 12
Xie, Jun; Wang, Ming; Liu, Kai; Coulthard, Tom J.; 2018. Modeling sediment movement and channel response to rainfall variability after a major earthquake. Geomorphology, 320, 18–32. 10.1016/j.geomorph.2018.07.022
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2018Model application 4
Lowry, John; Coulthard, Tom; Hancock, Gregory; 2013. Assessing the long-term geomorphic stability of a rehabilitated landform using the CAESAR-Lisflood landscape evolution model. . Volume .
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2013Model application 7
Entwistle, Neil; Heritage, George; Milan, David; 2018. Flood energy dissipation in anabranching channels: Flood energy dissipation in anabranching channels. River Research and Applications, 34, 709–720. 10.1002/rra.3299
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2018Model application 6
, ; 2019. Testing the Prediction Ability of LEM-Derived Sedimentary Budget in an Upland Catchment of the Southern Apennines, Italy: A Source to Sink Approach. Water, 11, 911. 10.3390/w11050911
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2019Model application 6
Taylor, Ian; Kemp, André; O’Kane, Michael; Walker, S; Barteaux, MItchell; Laurencont, Tania; 2016. Designer waste landform modelling and design — Rum Jungle Mine. . Volume .
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2016Model application 0
Slingerland, Neeltje; Beier, Nicholas; Wilson, Gordon; 2019. Stress testing geomorphic and traditional tailings dam designs for closure using a landscape evolution model. . Volume .
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2019Model application 1
Thomson, Heather; Chandler, Lisa; 2019. Tailings storage facility landform evolution modelling. . Volume .
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2019Model application 0
Ekeu-Wei, I.; 2018. Application of open-access and 3rd party geospatial technology for integrated flood risk management in data sparse regions of developing countries.. , , . 10.17635/lancaster/thesis/217
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2018

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Ramirez, Jorge Alberto; Zischg, Andreas Paul; Schürmann, Stefan; Zimmermann, Markus; Weingartner, Rolf; Coulthard, Tom; Keiler, Margreth; 2020. Modeling the geomorphic response to early river engineering works using CAESAR-Lisflood. Anthropocene, 32, 100266. 10.1016/j.ancene.2020.100266
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2020Model application 1
Siev, Sokly; Paringit, Enrico C.; Yoshimura, Chihiro; Hul, Seingheng; 2019. Modelling inundation patterns and sediment dynamics in the extensive floodplain along the Tonle Sap River. River Research and Applications, 35, 1387–1401. 10.1002/rra.3491
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2019Model application 1
Li, Congrong; Wang, Ming; Liu, Kai; Coulthard, Tom J.; 2020. Landscape evolution of the Wenchuan earthquake-stricken area in response to future climate change. Journal of Hydrology, 590, 125244. 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2020.125244
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2020Model application 3
Ekeu-wei, Iguniwari Thomas; Blackburn, George Alan; 2020. Catchment-Scale Flood Modelling in Data-Sparse Regions Using Open-Access Geospatial Technology. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 9, 512. 10.3390/ijgi9090512
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2020Model application 3
, ; 2020. Modelling sediment storage times in alluvial floodplains. , , . 10.17638/03083202
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2020Model application 0
Skinner, Christopher J.; Peleg, Nadav; Quinn, Niall; Coulthard, Tom J.; Molnar, Peter; Freer, Jim; 2020. The impact of different rainfall products on landscape modelling simulations. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 45, 2512–2523. 10.1002/esp.4894
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2020Model application 5
Malgwi, Mark Bawa; Ramirez, Jorge Alberto; Zischg, Andreas; Zimmermann, Markus; Schürmann, Stefan; Keiler, Margreth; 2021. A method to reconstruct flood scenarios using field interviews and hydrodynamic modelling: application to the 2017 Suleja and Tafa, Nigeria flood. Natural Hazards, , . 10.1007/s11069-021-04756-z
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2021Model application 0
Peleg, Nadav; Skinner, Chris; Ramirez, Jorge Alberto; Molnar, Peter; 2021. Rainfall spatial-heterogeneity accelerates landscape evolution processes. Geomorphology, 390, 107863. 10.1016/j.geomorph.2021.107863
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2021Model application 0
Wong, Jefferson S.; Freer, Jim E.; Bates, Paul D.; Warburton, Jeff; Coulthard, Tom J.; 2021. Assessing the hydrological and geomorphic behaviour of a landscape evolution model within a limits‐of‐acceptability uncertainty analysis framework. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 46, 1981–2003. 10.1002/esp.5140
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2021Model application 1
Zambrano, Fernando Campo; Kobiyama, Masato; Pereira, Marco Alésio Figueiredo; Michel, Gean Paulo; Fan, Fernando Mainardi; 2020. Influence of different sources of topographic data on flood mapping: urban area São Vendelino municipality, southern Brazil. RBRH, 25, e40. 10.1590/2318-0331.252020190108
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2020Model application 0
Wilson, Matthew D.; Coulthard, Thomas J.; 2021. Tracing and visualisation of contributing water sources in the LISFLOOD-FP model of flood inundation. .
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2021

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Gioia, Dario; Schiattarella, Marcello; 2020. Modeling Short-Term Landscape Modification and Sedimentary Budget Induced by Dam Removal: Insights from LEM Application. Applied Sciences, 10, 7697. 10.3390/app10217697
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2020

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Wu, Minghao; Wu, Hong; Warner, Andrew T.; Li, Hao; Liu, Zhicheng; 2021. Informing Environmental Flow Planning through Landscape Evolution Modeling in Heavily Modified Urban Rivers in China. Water, 13, 3244. 10.3390/w13223244
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2021

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Xie, Jun; Coulthard, Tom J.; McLelland, Stuart J.; 2022. Modelling the impact of seismic triggered landslide location on basin sediment yield, dynamics and connectivity. Geomorphology, 398, 108029. 10.1016/j.geomorph.2021.108029
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2022

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Tianyi, Z.; Yuning, C.; 2021. Landscape evolution and floodplain management of curved rivers based on CAESAR-Lisflood——Taking the Severn River in England as an example. Landscape Architecture, , . 10.14085/j.fjyl.2021.02.0076.07
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2021

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Saynor, M.J.; Lowry, J.B.C.; Boyden, J.M.; 2018. Assessment of rip lines using CAESAR‐Lisflood on a Trial Landform at the Ranger Uranium Mine. Land Degradation & Development, , ldr.3242. 10.1002/ldr.3242
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2018

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Peleg, Nadav; Skinner, Chris; Fatichi, Simone; Molnar, Peter; 2020. Hydro-geomorphological response to changes in the spatial structure of extreme rainfall in a warmer world. .
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2020

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Pearson, Eleanor; Carrivick, Jonathan; Lamb, Rob; 2020. Implementation of runoff attenuation features into a landscape evolution model for the assessment of the impact on catchment sediment dynamics. .
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Ekeu-wei, Iguniwari Thomas; Blackburn, Alan George; 2020. Catchment-Scale Flood Modelling in Data-Sparse Regions Using Open-Access Geospatial Technology. .
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Cooper, James; Li, Xiaorong; Plater, Andy; 2020. Predicting erosion hazards in river catchments. .
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Ziliani, Luca; Surian, Nicola; Botter, Gianluca; Mao, Luca; 2019. Supplementary material to "Assessment of geomorphic effectiveness of controlled floods in a braided river using a reduced-complexity numerical model". .
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Nr. of publications: 48
Total citations: 502
h-index: 11
m-quotient: 1.1

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