Andrew R Black
Andrew R Black
Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography, University of Dundee
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Comparison of remotely sensed water stages from LiDAR, topographic contours and SRTM
G Schumann, P Matgen, MEJ Cutler, A Black, L Hoffmann, L Pfister
ISPRS journal of photogrammetry and remote sensing 63 (3), 283-296, 2008
Exploring the social impacts of flood risk and flooding in Scotland
A Werritty, D Houston, T Ball, A Tavendale, A Black
Scottish Executive, Central Research Unit, 2007
Estimating the benefits of water quality improvements under the Water Framework Directive: are benefits transferable?
N Hanley, S Colombo, D Tinch, A Black, A Aftab
European Review of Agricultural Economics 33 (3), 391-413, 2006
DHRAM: a method for classifying river flow regime alterations for the EC Water Framework Directive
AR Black, JS Rowan, RW Duck, OM Bragg, BE Clelland
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 15 (5), 427-446, 2005
Developing environmental standards for abstractions from UK rivers to implement the EU Water Framework Directive/Développement de standards environnementaux sur les …
M Acreman, M Dunbar, J Hannaford, O Mountford, P Wood, N Holmes, ...
Hydrological Sciences Journal 53 (6), 1105-1120, 2008
Seasonality of flooding: a case study of North Britain
AR Black, A Werritty
Journal of Hydrology 195 (1-4), 1-25, 1997
Development of a technique for lake habitat survey (LHS) with applications for the European Union Water Framework Directive
JS Rowan, J Carwardine, RW Duck, OM Bragg, AR Black, MEJ Cutler, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 16 (6), 637-657, 2006
Re-assessing the flood risk in Scotland
AR Black, JC Burns
Science of the Total Environment 294 (1-3), 169-184, 2002
Environmental flows from dams: the water framework directive
M Acreman, J Aldrick, C Binnie, A Black, I Cowx, H Dawson, M Dunbar, ...
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Engineering Sustainability …, 2009
Development and utilization of a national web-based chronology of hydrological events/Développement et utilisation sur internet d’une chronologie nationale d’événements …
AR Black, FM Law
Hydrological Sciences Journal 49 (2), 2004
Approaching the physical-biological interface in rivers: a review of methods for ecological evaluation of flow regimes
OM Bragg, AR Black, RW Duck, JS Rowan
Progress in Physical Geography 29 (4), 506-531, 2005
Quantifying and mitigating wind‐induced undercatch in rainfall measurements
MD Pollock, G O'Donnell, P Quinn, M Dutton, A Black, ME Wilkinson, ...
Water Resources Research 54 (6), 3863-3875, 2018
Cost‐benefit analysis and the water framework directive in Scotland
N Hanley, AR Black
Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management: An International Journal …, 2006
Major flooding and increased flood frequency in Scotland since 1988
AR Black
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 20 (5-6), 463-468, 1995
Historical and pooled flood frequency analysis for the River Tay at Perth, Scotland
N Macdonald, A Werritty, AR Black, LJ McEwen
Area 38 (1), 34-46, 2006
Reassessment of flood frequency using historical information for the River Ouse at York, UK (1200–2000)
N Macdonald, AR Black
Hydrological Sciences Journal–Journal des Sciences Hydrologiques 55 (7 …, 2010
Climate change: flooding occurrences review
A Werritty, A Black, R Duck, B Finlinson, N Thurston, S Shackley, ...
Scottish Executive Central Research Unit, 2001
Flood Damage in the UK: New Insights for the Insurance Industry. A Report Presenting the Dundee Flood Loss Tables
A Black, S Evans
Department of Geography, University of Dundee, 1999
Flood-induced embankment failures on the River Tay: implications of climatically induced hydrological change in Scotland
DJ Gilvear, AR Black
Hydrological sciences journal 44 (3), 345-362, 1999
Development of a technique for lake habitat survey (LHS): phase 1
JS Rowan, RW Duck, J Carwardine, OM Bragg, AR Black, MEJ Cutler
Scotland and Northern Ireland Forum for Environmental Research (SNIFFER), 2004
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