Neil McIntyre
Neil McIntyre
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Towards reduced uncertainty in conceptual rainfall‐runoff modelling: Dynamic identifiability analysis
T Wagener, N McIntyre, MJ Lees, HS Wheater, HV Gupta
Hydrological Processes 17 (2), 455-476, 2003
5452003
Ensemble predictions of runoff in ungauged catchments
N McIntyre, H Lee, H Wheater, A Young, T Wagener
Water Resources Research 41 (12), 2005
2762005
Understanding flood regime changes in Europe: A state of the art assessment
J Hall, B Arheimer, M Borga, R Brázdil, P Claps, A Kiss, TR Kjeldsen, ...
2552014
CATCHMENT SCALE HYDROLOGICAL MODELLING: A REVIEW OF MODEL TYPES, CALIBRATION APPROACHES AND UNCERTAINTY ANALYSIS METHODS IN THE CONTEXT OF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN TECHNOLOGY AND …
IG PECHLIVANIDIS, BM JACKSON, NR MCINTYRE, HS WHEATER
1862011
Polyscape: A GIS mapping framework providing efficient and spatially explicit landscape-scale valuation of multiple ecosystem services
B Jackson, T Pagella, F Sinclair, B Orellana, A Henshaw, B Reynolds, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 112, 74-88, 2013
1482013
Conditioning rainfall-runoff model parameters for ungauged catchments and land management impacts analysis
N Bulygina, N McIntyre, H Wheater
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 13 (6), 893-904, 2009
982009
The impact of upland land management on flooding: results from an improved pasture hillslope
MR Marshall, OJ Francis, ZL Frogbrook, BM Jackson, N McIntyre, ...
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 23 (3), 464-475, 2009
972009
Evaluation of five satellite products for estimation of rainfall over Uganda/Evaluation de cinq produits satellitaires pour l'estimation des précipitations en Ouganda
A Asadullah, N McIntyre, MAX Kigobe
Hydrological Sciences Journal 53 (6), 1137-1150, 2008
842008
Application of the Kineros2 rainfall–runoff model to an arid catchment in Oman
A Al-Qurashi, N McIntyre, H Wheater, C Unkrich
Journal of Hydrology 355 (1-4), 91-105, 2008
822008
Selection of conceptual models for regionalisation of the rainfall-runoff relationship
H Lee, N McIntyre, H Wheater, A Young
Journal of Hydrology 312 (1-4), 125-147, 2005
782005
Within-river nutrient processing in Chalk streams: The Pang and Lambourn, UK
HP Jarvie, C Neal, MD Jürgens, EJ Sutton, M Neal, HD Wickham, LK Hill, ...
Journal of Hydrology 330 (1-2), 101-125, 2006
732006
Sensitivity analysis of a catchment-scale nitrogen model
N McIntyre, B Jackson, AJ Wade, D Butterfield, HS Wheater
Journal of Hydrology 315 (1-4), 71-92, 2005
732005
Optimization of a similarity measure for estimating ungauged streamflow
JPC Reichl, AW Western, NR McIntyre, FHS Chiew
Water Resources Research 45 (10), 2009
712009
The impact of upland land management on flooding: insights from a multiscale experimental and modelling programme
BM Jackson, HS Wheater, NR McIntyre, J Chell, OJ Francis, Z Frogbrook, ...
Journal of Flood Risk Management 1 (2), 71-80, 2008
652008
Regression analysis of rainfall–runoff data from an arid catchment in Oman/Analyse par régression de données pluie–débit d'un bassin aride d'Oman
N McIntyre, A Al-Qurashi, H Wheater
Hydrological Sciences Journal/Journal des Sciences Hydrologiques 52 (6 …, 2007
602007
Performance of ten rainfall–runoff models applied to an arid catchment in Oman
N McIntyre, A Al-Qurashi
Environmental Modelling & Software 24 (6), 726-738, 2009
592009
The significance of flow in the matrix of the Chalk unsaturated zone
SA Mathias, AP Butler, N McIntyre, HS Wheater
Journal of Hydrology 310 (1-4), 62-77, 2005
562005
Risk-based modelling of surface water quality: a case study of the Charles River, Massachusetts
NR McIntyre, T Wagener, HS Wheater, SC Chapra
Journal of Hydrology 274 (1-4), 225-247, 2003
552003
Estimation and propagation of parametric uncertainty in environmental models
N McIntyre, H Wheater, M Lees
Journal of Hydroinformatics 4 (3), 177-198, 2002
532002
Bayesian conditioning of a rainfall‐runoff model for predicting flows in ungauged catchments and under land use changes
N Bulygina, N McIntyre, H Wheater
Water Resources Research 47 (2), 2011
522011
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