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Article

Bowker, P. (2002) Making properties more resistant to floods. Municipal Engineer, 151 (3).

Escarameia, M. and Gasowski, Y. and May, R. (2002) Grassed drainage channels – hydraulic resistance characteristics. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Water and Maritime Engineering, 154 (4). pp. 333-341.

Linten, D. and Sills, G. and Feates, N. and Roberts, W. (2002) Erosion properties of mud beds deposited in laboratory settling columns. Proceedings in Marine Science, 5. pp. 343-357.

Book Section

Richardson, S. and Pullen, T.A. and Clarke, S. (2002) Jet velocities of overtopping waves on sloping structures: measurements and computation. In: International Conference on Coastal Engineering 2002. ICCE.

Monograph

Abbott, C. and Lawrence, P. and Pearce, G. and Abdel-Gawad, S. (2002) Review of the potential for controlled drainage around the world. Project Report. HR Wallingford Ltd.

Brabben, T. and Abbott, C. (2002) Controlled drainage. A path for uptake and dissemination. Project Report. HR Wallingford Ltd.

Kellagher, R. (2002) Storage requirements for rainfall runoff from greenfield development sites. Technical Report. HR Wallingford.

Mockett, I. and Simm, J.D. (2002) Risk levels in coastal and river engineering - a guidance framework for design. Technical Report. HR Wallingford.

Conference or Workshop Item

Samuels, P.G. and Bramley, M. and Evans, E.P. (2002) Reducing uncertainty in conveyance estimation. In: River Flow 2002, September 2002, Université Catholique Louvain, Belgium.

Violeau, D. and Bourban, S. and Cheviet, C. and Markofsky, M. and Petersen, O. and Roberts, W. and Spearman, J. and Toorman, E. and Vested, H.J. and Weilbeer, H. (2002) Numerical simulation of cohesive sediment transport: intercomparison of several numerical models. In: Sediment and Ecohydraulics - INTERCOH 2005.

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