Lindsay Beevers
Lindsay Beevers
Institute of Infrastructure and Environment, Heriot Watt University
Verified email at hw.ac.uk
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Parametric and physically based modelling techniques for flood risk and vulnerability assessment: a comparison
SF Balica, I Popescu, L Beevers, NG Wright
Environmental modelling & software 41, 84-92, 2013
2042013
The importance of context in delivering effective EIA: Case studies from East Africa
M Marara, N Okello, Z Kuhanwa, W Douven, L Beevers, J Leentvaar
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 31 (3), 286-296, 2011
762011
Restoring a flow regime through the coordinated operation of a multireservoir system: The case of the Zambezi River basin
A Tilmant, L Beevers, B Muyunda
Water Resources Research 46 (7), 2010
692010
The doing and un-doing of public participation during environmental impact assessments in Kenya
N Okello, L Beevers, W Douven, J Leentvaar
Impact assessment and project appraisal 27 (3), 217-226, 2009
662009
Economic valuation of benefits and costs associated with the coordinated development and management of the Zambezi river basin
A Tilmant, W Kinzelbach, D Juizo, L Beevers, D Senn, C Casarotto
Water Policy 14 (3), 490-508, 2012
412012
Application of a coastal modelling code in fluvial environments
IM Hartanto, L Beevers, I Popescu, NG Wright
Environmental modelling & software 26 (12), 1685-1695, 2011
402011
Quantifying vulnerability of rural communities to flooding in SSA: A contemporary disaster management perspective applied to the Lower Shire Valley, Malawi
FD Mwale, AJ Adeloye, L Beevers
International journal of disaster risk reduction 12, 172-187, 2015
352015
Quantifying vulnerability of rural communities to flooding in SSA: A contemporary disaster management perspective applied to the Lower Shire Valley, Malawi
FD Mwale, AJ Adeloye, L Beevers
International journal of disaster risk reduction 12, 172-187, 2015
352015
WWF initiatives to study the impact of climate change on Himalayan high-altitude wetlands (HAWs)
A Chatterjee, E Blom, B Gujja, R Jacimovic, L Beevers, J O'Keeffe, ...
Mountain Research and Development 30 (1), 42-52, 2010
302010
Predicting river flows for future climates using an autoregressive multinomial logit model
NH Augustin, L Beevers, WT Sloan
Water resources research 44 (7), 2008
282008
Flood resilience: a systematic review
K McClymont, D Morrison, L Beevers, E Carmen
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 63 (7), 1151-1176, 2020
242020
Future hot-spots for hydro-hazards in Great Britain: a probabilistic assessment
L Collet, S Harrigan, C Prudhomme, G Formetta, L Beevers
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (10), 5387-5401, 2018
232018
Assessing the Impact of Climate Change and Extreme Value Uncertainty to Extreme Flows across Great Britain
L Collet, L Beevers, C Prudhomme
Water 9 (2), 103, 2017
232017
Cumulative impacts of road developments in floodplains
L Beevers, W Douven, H Lazuardi, H Verheij
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 17 (5), 398-404, 2012
222012
A systems approach to flood vulnerability
L Beevers, G Walker, A Strathie
Civil engineering and environmental systems 33 (3), 199-213, 2016
212016
Spatio-temporal analysis of compound hydro-hazard extremes across the UK
A Visser-Quinn, L Beevers, L Collet, G Formetta, K Smith, N Wanders, ...
Advances in Water Resources 130, 77-90, 2019
172019
Dealing with sedimentation issues in spate irrigation systems
TG Embaye, L Beevers, A Mehari Haile
Irrigation and Drainage 61 (2), 220-230, 2012
162012
The interaction of low flow conditions and spawning brown trout (Salmo trutta) habitat availability
J Garbe, L Beevers, G Pender
Ecological Engineering 88, 53-63, 2016
152016
OptimalWater Allocation in the Zambezi Basin
A Tilmant, W Kinzelbach, L Beevers, D Juizo
152010
Valuing multiple benefits, and the public perception of SUDS ponds
J Jarvie, S Arthur, L Beevers
Water 9 (2), 128, 2017
132017
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