Dapeng Yu
Dapeng Yu
Professor of River Dynamics, Geography & Environment, Loughborough University
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Urban fluvial flood modelling using a two‐dimensional diffusion‐wave treatment, part 1: mesh resolution effects
D Yu, SN Lane
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 20 (7), 1541-1565, 2006
Interactions between sediment delivery, channel change, climate change and flood risk in a temperate upland environment
SN Lane, V Tayefi, SC Reid, D Yu, RJ Hardy
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2007
Evaluating the impact and risk of pluvial flash flood on intra-urban road network: A case study in the city center of Shanghai, China
J Yin, D Yu, Z Yin, M Liu, Q He
Journal of hydrology 537, 138-145, 2016
A comparison of one‐and two‐dimensional approaches to modelling flood inundation over complex upland floodplains
V Tayefi, SN Lane, RJ Hardy, D Yu
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 21 (23), 3190-3202, 2007
Urban fluvial flood modelling using a two‐dimensional diffusion‐wave treatment, part 2: development of a sub‐grid‐scale treatment
D Yu, SN Lane
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 20 (7), 1567-1583, 2006
The motivations, enablers and barriers for voluntary participation in an online crowdsourcing platform
A Baruch, A May, D Yu
Computers in Human Behavior 64, 923-931, 2016
Modelling the impact of land subsidence on urban pluvial flooding: A case study of downtown Shanghai, China
J Yin, D Yu, R Wilby
Science of the Total Environment 544, 744-753, 2016
Developing an effective 2-D urban flood inundation model for city emergency management based on cellular automata
G Liu, L., Liu, Y., Wang, X., Yu, D., Liu, K., Huang, H., and Hu
Natural Hazards and Earth System Science Discussion 2, 6173-6199, 2014
A method for parameterising roughness and topographic sub-grid scale effects in hydraulic modelling from LiDAR data
A Casas, SN Lane, D Yu, G Benito
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 14 (8), 1567-1579, 2010
Evaluating the importance of catchment hydrological parameters for urban surface water flood modelling using a simple hydro-inundation model
D Yu, TJ Coulthard
Journal of Hydrology 524, 385-400, 2015
Beyond ‘flood hotspots’: Modelling emergency service accessibility during flooding in York, UK
D Coles, D Yu, RL Wilby, D Green, Z Herring
Journal of Hydrology 546, 419-436, 2017
Parallelization of a two-dimensional flood inundation model based on domain decomposition
D Yu
Environmental Modelling & Software 25 (8), 935-945, 2010
Modelling the combined impacts of sea-level rise and land subsidence on storm tides induced flooding of the Huangpu River in Shanghai, China
J Yin, D Yu, Z Yin, J Wang, S Xu
Climatic change 119 (3), 919-932, 2013
Reconceptualising coarse sediment delivery problems in rivers as catchment-scale and diffuse
SN Lane, SC Reid, V Tayefi, D Yu, RJ Hardy
Geomorphology 98 (3-4), 227-249, 2008
Interactions between subgrid‐scale resolution, feature representation and grid‐scale resolution in flood inundation modelling
D Yu, SN Lane
Hydrological Processes 25 (1), 36-53, 2011
An evaluation of the impacts of land surface modification, storm sewer development, and rainfall variation on waterlogging risk in Shanghai
X Wu, D Yu, Z Chen, RL Wilby
Natural Hazards, 1-19, 2013
Validating city-scale surface water flood modelling using crowd-sourced data
D Yu, J Yin, M Liu
Environmental Research Letters 11 (12), 124011, 2016
Flow structures at an idealized bifurcation: a numerical experiment
RJ Hardy, SN Lane, D Yu
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 36 (15), 2083-2096, 2011
Coupled modeling of storm surge and coastal inundation: A case study in N ew Y ork C ity during H urricane S andy
J Yin, N Lin, D Yu
Water Resources Research 52 (11), 8685-8699, 2016
Multiple scenario analyses of Huangpu River flooding using a 1D/2D coupled flood inundation model
J Yin, D Yu, Z Yin, J Wang, S Xu
Natural hazards 66 (2), 577-589, 2013
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