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Dr Hannah Cloke

Research interests

Catchment and hillslope hydrology, with special emphasis on the modelling of near-stream hydrological processes and flooding. Examples of current research include: - ESTEL Model development and application - finite element saturated-unsaturated flow modelling including random walk particle tracking. (in collaboration with University of Bristol) - Hydrological Processes at Sleepers River, Vermont - measuring/modelling riparian water flow pathways (in collaboration with USGS) - Flooding -flood inundation and groundwater flow in the floodplain of the River Severn, Leighton Shropshire. (in collaboration with University of Bristol) - Flood Risk and Communication - communication of uncertainty and the European Flood Alert System (in collaboration with EC Joint Research Centre, Ispra)

Participation in conference

Session convener: EGU ‘Incorporating hydrological processes knowledge into catchment modelling’

Hannah Cloke (Organiser)

2006 → …

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Session convener: RGS-IBG 'Modelling geography: histories, prospects and practices

Hannah Cloke (Organiser)

2005 → …

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in conference

ecasting, Ispra, Italy

Hannah Cloke (Organiser)

2001 → …

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in conference

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