Alderson, D.M., Evans M.G., Shuttleworth, E.L., Pilkington, M., Spencer T., Walker J. and Allott T.E.H. (May 2019). Trajectories of ecosystem change in restored blanket peatland, Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 665, pp. 785-796  view online

Allott, T. E. H., Auñón, J., Dunn, C., Evans, M. G., Jill, L., Paul, L.,Walker, J., (2019). Peatland Catchments and Natural Flood Management. Report to the IUCN UK Peatland Programme’s Commission of Inquiry on Peatlands Update

Beven, K. (2021). An epistemically uncertain walk through the rather fuzzy subject of observation and model uncertainties. Hydrological Processes in press. 10.1002/hyp.14012 view online

Beven, K. (2020). Deep learning, hydrological processes and uniqueness of place. Hydrological Processes 34(16): 3608-3613. view online

Beven, K., Asadullah, A., Bates, P., Blyth, E., Chappell, N., Child, S., Cloke, H., Dadson, S., Everard, N., Fowler, H.J., Freer, J., Hannah, D.M., Heppell, K., Holden, J., Lamb, R., Lewis, H., Morgan, G., Parry, L., and Wagener, T., (2020). Developing observational methods to drive future hydrological science: Can we make a start as a community? Hydrological Processes 34(3): 868-873 view online or view POSTnote (pdf).

Beven K., (2019). Towards a methodology for testing models as hypotheses in the inexact sciences. Proc. R. Soc. A 475: 20180862. view online.

Beven, K. (2019). How to make advances in hydrological modelling. Hydrology Research view online.

Beven K. (2018). On hypothesis testing in hydrology: why falsification of models is still a really good idea. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews Water 5:e1278. view online.

Beven, K. (2018). A century of denial: preferential and non-equilibrium water flow in soils, 1864-1984. Vadose Zone Journal. 17(1) doi:10.2136/vzj2018.08.0153 view online

Collins, S.L., Christelis V., Jackson, R, Mansour, M.M., Macdonald, D.M.J., Andrew, K.A.P. Barkwith, A.K.A.P. (2020). Towards integrated flood inundation modelling in groundwater-dominated catchments. Journal of Hydrology 591: 125755. view online

Hankin, B., Hewitt, I., Sander, G., Danieli, F., Formetta, G., Kamilova, A., Kretzschmar, A., Kiradjiev, K., Wong, C., Pegler, S. and Lamb, R. (2020). A risk-based network analysis of distributed in-stream leaky barriers for flood risk management. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 20(10): 2567-2584. view online

Hankin, B. Metcalfe, P., Beven, K. and Chappell, N.A. (2019). Integration of hillslope hydrology and 2d hydraulic modelling for natural flood management. Hydrology Researchview online

Mehring, P., Geoghegan, H., Cloke, H. and Clark, J., 2021. Going home for tea and medals: How members of the flood risk management authorities in England construct flooding and flood risk management. Journal of Flood Risk Management. view online

Mehring P., Geoghegan H., Cloke H., and Clark J. (2018). What is going wrong with community engagement? How flood communities and flood authorities construct engagement and partnership working. Environmental Science & Policy. Vol. 89, pp. 109-115 view online

Metcalfe, P., Beven, K., Hankin, B. and Lamb, R. (2018). A new method, with application, for analysis of the impacts on flood risk of widely distributed enhanced hillslope storage, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 22, 2589-2605,, 2018. view online

Neumann, J., Arnal, L., Magnusson, L. and Cloke, H. (2018) The 2013/14 Thames basin floods: do improved meteorological forecasts lead to more skilful hydrological forecasts at seasonal timescales? Journal of Hydrometeorology, 19. pp. 1059­1075. ISSN 1525­7541 doi: view online

Neumann, J., Arnal, L., Emerton, R., Griffith, H., Hyslop, S., Theofanidi, S. and Cloke, H. (2018) Can seasonal hydrological forecasts inform local decisions and actions? A decision-making activity. Geoscience Communications, 1. pp. 35-57. ISSN 2569-7110 doi: view online

Page, T., Chappell, N.A., Beven, K.J., Hankin, B. and Kretzschmar, A. (2020). Assessing the significance of wet-canopy evaporation from forests during extreme rainfall events for flood mitigation in mountainous regions of the United Kingdom. Hydrological Processes in press. view online

Shuttleworth E.L., Evans M.G., Shuttleworth E.L., Pilkington M., Spencer T., Walker J., Milledge D. and Allott T.E.H., (2019). Restoration of blanket peat moorland delays stormflow from hillslopes and reduces peak discharge. Journal of Hydrology X, Vol 2. pp. 1-14  view online. Emma Shuttleworth explains the findings in a video here

Wallace, E. E. and Chappell, N.A. (2020). A statistical comparison of spatio-temporal surface moisture patterns beneath a semi-natural grassland and permanent pasture: From drought to saturation. Hydrological Processes 34: 3000-3020. view online

Wallace, E. E. and Chappell, N.A. (2019). Blade aeration effects on near-surface permeability and overland-flow likelihood on two stagnosol pastures in Cumbria, UK. Journal of Environmental Quality 48(6): 1766-1774. view online or view paper (pdf).

Wallace, E.E., McShane, G., Tych, W., Kretzschmar, A., McCann, T. and Chappell, N.A. (2021). The effect of hedgerow wild-margins on topsoil hydraulic properties, and overland-flow incidence, magnitude and water-quality. Hydrological Processes in press. view online.

Wendler, J. and Shuttleworth, E.L. (2019). Downpour!–Flood risk communication through interactive immersive street games. Research for All3(1), pp.18-24. view online

Wentworth, J. and Ermgassen, S.Z. (2020). Natural mitigation of flood risk. POSTnote: 623 (May 2020). UK Parliament. Contributions from Q-NFM team members Hankin and Chappell. view online or view paper (pdf).