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Hydraulic Roughness [Data Input 3]

Flood and Coastal Risk Management - Incident Management. The Hydraulic Roughness [Data Input 3] dataset contains data for the amount of frictional resistance exerted on water when it passes over a...

Hydraulic Roughness

Flood and Coastal Risk Management - Incident Management. The Hydraulic Roughness dataset is an intermediary dataset and feeds into Hydraulic Roughness [Data Input 3]. It contains data for the...

QUERCC (Quantifying ecosystem roles in the carbon cycle): Soil model output data

The Principal Investigator in this project was Prof Ian Woodward from University of Sheffield, with 11 co-investigators at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH), the Forestry Commission’s...

QUERCC (Quantifying ecosystem roles in the carbon cycle): Soil model output data

The Principal Investigator in this project was Prof Ian Woodward from University of Sheffield, with 11 co-investigators at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH), the Forestry Commission’s...

Hidden crisis project: studies of community water management in Malawi and Uganda 2017-2018 (NERC Grant NE/M008606/1)

In developing countries, the dominant model for managing rural water supplies is a community-level association or committee. Although a relative paucity of evidence exists to support this model, it...

Pore-scale dynamics and the multiphase Darcy law

A pore-scale experimental investigation of microscopic steady-state flow during co-injection from very low to high flow rates in the pore space of a sandstone is applied using 4D synchrotron X-ray...

Hidden crisis project: in-depth qualitative social science survey of community water management arrangements in Ethiopia, Malawi, and Uganda 2017-2018 (NERC grant NE/M008606/1)

In developing countries, the dominant model for managing rural water supplies is a community-level association or committee. Although a relative paucity of evidence exists to support this model, it...

Evolutionary rise of deep-rooting forests and enhanced chemical weathering: Quantitative investigations into the current paradigm (NERC grant NE/J007897/1)

The co-evolution and geographical spread of trees and deep-rooting systems is widely proposed to represent the 'Devonian engine' of global change that drove the weathering of soil minerals and...