Hugh A Graham
Hugh A Graham
Research Student, University of Exeter
Verified email at ex.ac.uk
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Eurasian beaver activity increases water storage, attenuates flow and mitigates diffuse pollution from intensively-managed grasslands
A Puttock, HA Graham, AM Cunliffe, M Elliott, RE Brazier
Science of the total environment 576, 430-443, 2017
962017
Sediment and nutrient storage in a beaver engineered wetland
A Puttock, HA Graham, D Carless, RE Brazier
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 43 (11), 2358-2370, 2018
262018
Survey of the Tayside area Beaver population 2017-2018
R Campbell-Palmer, A Puttock, H Graham, K Wilson, G Schwab, ...
Scot. Nat. Herit. Comm., 2018
102018
River otter beaver trial: Science and evidence report
RE Brazier, M Elliott, E Andison, RE Auster, S Bridgewater, P Burgess, ...
University of Exeter. https://www. exeter. ac. uk/creww/research/beavertrial, 2020
82020
Modelling Eurasian beaver foraging habitat and dam suitability, for predicting the location and number of dams throughout catchments in Great Britain
HA Graham, A Puttock, WW Macfarlane, JM Wheaton, JT Gilbert, ...
Springer, 2020
72020
Quantifying the multiple, environmental benefits of reintroducing the Eurasian Beaver
R Brazier, A Puttock, H Graham, K Anderson, A Cunliffe, M Elliott
EGUGA, EPSC2016-7243, 2016
52016
Beaver: Nature's ecosystem engineers
RE Brazier, A Puttock, HA Graham, RE Auster, KH Davies, CML Brown
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 8 (1), e1494, 2021
22021
Using field sign surveys to estimate spatial distribution and territory dynamics following reintroduction of the Eurasian beaver to British river catchments
R Campbell‐Palmer, A Puttock, KA Wilson, A Leow‐Dyke, HA Graham, ...
River Research and Applications, 2020
12020
Patterns in routinely collected, high frequency water quality data in rivers supplying drinking water treatment works.
J Ashe, E Grand-Clement, DJ Luscombe, H Graham, DA Savic, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
12019
Drone-derived canopy height predicts aboveground biomass in non-forest ecosystems across the globe
A Cunliffe, K Anderson, F Boschetti, HA Graham, RE Brazier, ...
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Does changing connectivity due to beaver engineering result in changing hydrological function? Understanding the impacts of the return of the Eurasian beaver to Great Britain.
A Puttock, H Graham, R Brazier
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 2158, 2020
2020
Drone-derived canopy height predicts biomass across non-forest ecosystems globally
AM Cunliffe, K Anderson, F Boschetti, HA Graham, RE Brazier, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
A global network to measure biomass in low-stature ecosystems: Drone photogrammetry for allometric inference.
A Cunliffe, K Anderson, F Boschetti, H Graham, R Brazier, M Cramer, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Predicting the expansion and impact of the Eurasian Beaver (Castor fiber) at catchment scales.
H Graham, A Puttock, JM Wheaton, W Macfarlane, M Elliott, K Anderson, ...
EGUGA, 782, 2018
2018
Can Eurasian Beaver reintroduction provide a nature based solution to water resource management issues?
A Puttock, H Graham, R Brazier
EGUGA, 2814, 2018
2018
Determining the impact of the Eurasian Beaver (Castor fiber) on the vegetation and wetland structure of a riparian system using structure from motion (SFM) photogrammetry.
H Graham, A Puttock, P Benaud, A Cunliffe, M Elliott, K Anderson, ...
EGUGA, 796, 2018
2018
Beaver dams attenuate flow: a multi‐site study
A Puttock, HA Graham, J Ashe, DJ Luscombe, RE Brazier
Hydrological Processes, e14017, 0
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