Denis Peach
Denis Peach
British Geological Survey and Imperial College, London
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Flood risk from groundwater: examples from a Chalk catchment in southern England
AG Hughes, T Vounaki, DW Peach, AM Ireson, CR Jackson, AP Butler, ...
Journal of Flood Risk Management 4 (3), 143-155, 2011
Nitrate transport in Chalk catchments: monitoring, modelling and policy implications
BM Jackson, CA Browne, AP Butler, D Peach, AJ Wade, HS Wheater
Environmental Science & Policy 11 (2), 125-135, 2008
Developing interdisciplinary science for integrated catchment management: the UK lowland catchment research (LOCAR) programme
HS Wheater, D Peach
International Journal of Water Resources Development 20 (3), 369-385, 2004
Characterising groundwater-dominated lowland catchments: the UK Lowland Catchment Research Programme (LOCAR)
HS Wheater, D Peach, A Binley
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11 (1), 108-124, 2007
Use of seasonal trend decomposition to understand groundwater behaviour in the Permo-Triassic Sandstone aquifer, Eden Valley, UK
AEA Lafare, DW Peach, AG Hughes
Hydrogeology Journal 24 (1), 141-158, 2016
The role of 3D visualisation as an analytical tool preparatory to numerical modelling
NS Robins, HK Rutter, S Dumpleton, DW Peach
Journal of Hydrology 301 (1-4), 287-295, 2005
Analysis of flow processes in fractured chalk under pumped and ambient conditions (UK)
AP Butler, SA Mathias, AJ Gallagher, DW Peach, AT Williams
Hydrogeology Journal 17 (8), 1849-1858, 2009
Recovering tracer test input functions from fluid electrical conductivity logging in fractured porous rocks
SA Mathias, AP Butler, DW Peach, AT Williams
Water Resources Research 43 (7), 2007
Advances in modelling groundwater behaviour in Chalk catchments
AP Butler, AG Hughes, CR Jackson, AM Ireson, SJ Parker, HS Wheater, ...
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 364 (1), 113-127, 2012
Using stable isotopes and continuous meltwater river monitoring to investigate the hydrology of a rapidly retreating Icelandic outlet glacier
AM MacDonald, AR Black, BÉÓ Dochartaigh, J Everest, WG Darling, ...
Annals of Glaciology 57 (72), 151-158, 2016
Assessment of subsidence arising from gypsum dissolution
A Thomson, PD Hine, JR Greig, DW Peach
Symonds Group Ltd, East Grinstead, 1996
Hydro-ecological functioning of the Pang and Lambourn catchments, UK: An introduction to the special issue
HS Wheater, C Neal, D Peach
Journal of Hydrology 330 (1-2), 1-9, 2006
Subsidence hazard assessment as a basis for planning guidance in Ripon
A Thompson, P Hine, D Peach, L Frost, D Brook
Geological Society, London, Engineering Geology Special Publications 15 (1 …, 1998
Numerical testing of conceptual models of groundwater flow: a case study using the Dumfries Basin aquifer
CR Jackson, AG Hughes, BÉ Ó Dochartaigh, NS Robins, DW Peach
Scottish Journal of Geology 41 (1), 51-60, 2005
A water resources simulation model for groundwater recharge studies: an application to Wadi Ghulaji, Sultanate of Oman
HS Wheater, TJ Jolley, D Peach
Proc. Intnl. Conf. on Water Resources Management inArid Countries (Muscat …, 1995
The use of resistivity and gamma logging in lithostratigraphical studies of the Chalk in Lincolnshire and South Humberside
RD Barker, JW Lloyd, DW Peach
Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology 17 (1), 71-80, 1984
The role of alluvial valley deposits in groundwater–surface water exchange in a Chalk river
C Abesser, P Shand, D Gooddy, D Peach
IAHS Press, 2008
Understanding the Silala River—Scientific insights from the dispute over the status and use of the waters of the Silala (Chile v. Bolivia)
HS Wheater, DW Peach, F Suárez, JF Muńoz
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 11 (1), e1663, 2024
Geochemically based solutions for urban society: London, a case study
J Ludden, D Peach, D Flight
Elements 11 (4), 253-258, 2015
The development of a hydrogeological conceptual model of groundwater and surface water flows in the Silala River Basin
D Peach, A Taylor
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 11 (1), e1676, 2024
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