A J Jakeman
TitleCited byYear
Salinisation of land and water resources: human causes, extent, management and case studies.
F Ghassemi, AJ Jakeman, HA Nix
Salinisation of land and water resources: human causes, extent, management …, 1995
13161995
How much complexity is warranted in a rainfall‐runoff model?
AJ Jakeman, GM Hornberger
Water resources research 29 (8), 2637-2649, 1993
12311993
A review of erosion and sediment transport models
WS Merritt, RA Letcher, AJ Jakeman
Environmental modelling & software 18 (8-9), 761-799, 2003
9752003
Ten iterative steps in development and evaluation of environmental models
AJ Jakeman, RA Letcher, JP Norton
Environmental Modelling & Software 21 (5), 602-614, 2006
9162006
Characterising performance of environmental models
ND Bennett, BFW Croke, G Guariso, JHA Guillaume, SH Hamilton, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 40, 1-20, 2013
9132013
Waters and forests: from historical controversy to scientific debate
V Andréassian
Journal of hydrology 291 (1-2), 1-27, 2004
9062004
Computation of the instantaneous unit hydrograph and identifiable component flows with application to two small upland catchments
AJ Jakeman, IG Littlewood, PG Whitehead
Journal of hydrology 117 (1-4), 275-300, 1990
6001990
Integrated assessment and modelling: features, principles and examples for catchment management
AJ Jakeman, RA Letcher
Environmental Modelling & Software 18 (6), 491-501, 2003
4412003
Selecting among five common modelling approaches for integrated environmental assessment and management
RA Kelly, AJ Jakeman, O Barreteau, ME Borsuk, S ElSawah, SH Hamilton, ...
Environmental modelling & software 47, 159-181, 2013
4142013
Progress and directions in rainfall-runoff modelling
HS Wheater, AJ Jakeman, KJ Beven
John Wiley and Sons Ltd, 1993
3021993
Progress in integrated assessment and modelling
P Parker, R Letcher, A Jakeman, MB Beck, G Harris, RM Argent, M Hare, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 17 (3), 209-217, 2002
2882002
Performance of conceptual rainfall‐runoff models in low‐yielding ephemeral catchments
W Ye, BC Bates, NR Viney, M Sivapalan, AJ Jakeman
Water Resources Research 33 (1), 153-166, 1997
2881997
Refined instrumental variable methods of recursive time-series analysis Part III. Extensions
P YOUNG, A Jakeman
International Journal of Control 31 (4), 741-764, 1980
2801980
Salinization of land and water resources
F Ghassemi, AJ Jakeman, HA Nix
CAB International, Wallingford, UK, 1995
2481995
Predicting daily flows in ungauged catchments: model regionalization from catchment descriptors at the Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, North Carolina
TS Kokkonen, AJ Jakeman, PC Young, HJ Koivusalo
Hydrological Processes 17 (11), 2219-2238, 2003
2472003
Environmental decision support systems (EDSS) development–challenges and best practices
BS McIntosh, JC Ascough II, M Twery, J Chew, A Elmahdi, D Haase, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (12), 1389-1402, 2011
2232011
An instrumental variable method for model order identification
P Young, A Jakeman, R McMurtrie
Automatica 16 (3), 281-294, 1980
2201980
Refined instrumental variable methods of recursive time-series analysis Part I. Single input, single output systems
P YOUNG, A Jakeman
International Journal of Control 29 (1), 1-30, 1979
2121979
A Bayesian network approach for assessing the sustainability of coastal lakes in New South Wales, Australia
JL Ticehurst, LTH Newham, D Rissik, RA Letcher, AJ Jakeman
Environmental Modelling & Software 22 (8), 1129-1139, 2007
2062007
Predicting the daily streamflow of ungauged catchments in SE Australia by regionalising the parameters of a lumped conceptual rainfall-runoff model
DA Post, AJ Jakeman
Ecological Modelling 123 (2-3), 91-104, 1999
2041999
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