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Decker, C. (In Prep) Planning for resilience: integrating new risk-based tools for public water supply management into policy and governance frameworks.
Dobson,B; Coxon, G; Freer, J; Gavin,H; Mortazavi-Naeini, M; and Hall, J. (In Review) The Spatial Dynamics of Droughts and Water Scarcity in England and Wales.
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Freire-González, J., Decker, C.A. and Hall, J.W. (2016) ‘The Economic Impacts of Droughts: A Framework for Analysis’ (2017) 132 Ecological Economics 196 DOI 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2016.11.005
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Giralt RJJ, Holman I, Rey D. (2017). Managing Water Abstractions Assessment of abstraction licences for agricultural irrigation in England. University of Cranfield.
Grecksch, K. (2017) Resilient drought and water scarcity management in England and Wales in 2065. Scenario Workshop Documentation. Oxford: Centre for Socio-Legal Studies.
Grecksch, K. (2017) Poster “Floods stay in the head, droughts are easily forgotten” at the European Society for Ecological Economics 2017 Conference, Budapest, Hungary 20th – 23rd June, 2017
Grecksch, K. (2017) “Accepting Decline? – Four scenarios to overcome innovative scarcity in English & Welsh drought and water scarcity management”. Presentation at the Earth System Governance 2017 conference, Lund Sweden.
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Grecksch, K; S, Zita. (2018) Drought and water scarcity and UK businesses and industries. An exploratory study into challenges and opportunities.
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Whitehead, P.G., Gianbattista Bussi, Michael J. Bowes, Daniel S. Read, Michael G. Hutchins, J. Alex Elliott, Simon J. Dadson, (2015) “Dynamic modelling of multiple phytoplankton groups in rivers with an application to the Thames river system in the UK“ Environmental Modelling & Software Volume 74, pp. 75–91 DOI: 10.1016/j.envsoft.2015.09.010
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Whitehead P.G., Gianbattista Bussi, Michael Bowes, Daniel Read, Simon Dadson, Alex Elliot (2014) Dynamic modelling of five phytoplankton species in river systems: Model equations, sensitivity analysis and Thames Reach Application, Science of the Total Environment, 74.75-91, doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2015.09.010.
Whitehead P.G., (2016) Water Quality Modelling, Wiley Statistics John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. DOI:10.1002/9781118445112.stat07793.pub2
Whitehead, P.G, Crossman, J. et al. (2013) A cost-effectiveness analysis of water security and water quality: impacts of climate and land-use change on the River Thames system. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 371(2002), 20120413 DOI: 10.1098/rsta.2012.0413
Williams, R., Neal, C., Jarvie, H., Johnson, A., Whitehead, P., Bowes, M. and Jenkins, A. (2015) Water quality. Chap. 8 in, Rodda, J.C. and Robinson, M. (eds.) Progress in Modern Hydrology: Past, Present and Future. Wiley-Blackwell. pp. 240-266. ISBN: 978-1-119-07427-4. DOI: 10.1002/9781119074304.ch8
Yu, J, Pam Berry, Benoit Guillod, Thomas Hickler (In production) “Climate Change Impacts on Terrestrial Ecosystems and the Drought Vulnerability of Tree Species in Great Britain” This paper will present the results from applying the tree-species based dynamic vegetation model LPJ-GUESS in Britain at a 5 km resolution. The developed model was projected to late 21st century under 100 regional climate model outputs driven by boundary conditions from HadAm3P under an RCP 8.5 emission scenario. The climate change impacts were analysed in terms of the change of leaf area index (LAI) and net primary productivity (NPP) were analysed by comparing the simulated future conditions (i.e. the 2030s and the 2080s) to that of baseline (i.e. 1975-2004). A drought vulnerability index was developed to assess the potential drought impact on modelled tree species.
Yu J, Berry P. (2017) Potential Effects of Drought on Tree Dieback in Great Britain and Implications for Forest Management in Adaptation to Climate Change. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 19, EGU2017-12431, 2017
Dr. Bettina Lange, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford (Dec 2014) Response to consultation about SEPA’s National Water Scarcity Plan, Dec. 2014
Dr. Bettina Lange, Dr. Christina Cook, Dr. Kevin Grecksch and Dr. Christopher Decker, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford (Jan 2017) Response to UK Waterwise consultation on ‘A Water Efficiency Strategy for the UK’ – November 2016
Dr. Bettina Lange (Aug 2015) Response to Environment Agency Consultation on ‘Water Company Drought Plan Guidance‘
Dr Kevin Grecksch (June 2018) Written submission to the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee inquiry on the Regulation of the Water Industry. Written evidence submitted by Kevin Grecksch and Bettina Lange – 5 June 2018