Garry Willgoose
Garry Willgoose
Professor of Environmental Engineering
Verified email at newcastle.edu.au
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Observed spatial organization of soil moisture and its relation to terrain indices
AW Western, RB Grayson, G Blöschl, GR Willgoose, TA McMahon
Water resources research 35 (3), 797-810, 1999
8151999
A coupled channel network growth and hillslope evolution model: 1. Theory
G Willgoose, B RL, I Rodriguez-Iturbe
Water Resources Research 27 (7), 1671-1684, 1991
6641991
Revisiting the hypsometric curve as an indicator of form and process in transport‐limited catchment
G Willgoose, G Hancock
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 1998
2791998
In situ measurement of soil moisture: a comparison of techniques
JP Walker, GR Willgoose, JD Kalma
Journal of Hydrology 293 (1-4), 85-99, 2004
2722004
On the effect of digital elevation model accuracy on hydrology and geomorphology
JP Walker, GR Willgoose
Water Resources Research 35 (7), 2259-2268, 1999
2671999
Results from a new model of river basin evolution
G Willgoose, RL Bras, I Rodriguez‐Iturbe
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 16 (3), 237-254, 1991
2381991
One-dimensional soil moisture profile retrieval by assimilation of near-surface observations: a comparison of retrieval algorithms
JP Walker, GR Willgoose, JD Kalma
Advances in Water Resources 24 (6), 631-650, 2001
2352001
Eco-geomorphology of banded vegetation patterns in arid and semi-arid regions
PM Saco, GR Willgoose, GR Hancock
1872007
A physical explanation of an observed link area‐slope relationship
G Willgoose, RL Bras, I Rodriguez‐Iturbe
Water Resources Research 27 (7), 1697-1702, 1991
1821991
Water quality limits for Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) exposed to short term reductions in pH and increased aluminum simulating episodes
F Kroglund, BO Rosseland, HC Teien, B Salbu, T Kristensen, B Finstad
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 12 (2), 491-507, 2008
180*2008
A physical explanation for an observed area‐slope‐elevation relationship for catchments with declining relief
G Willgoose
Water Resources Research 30 (2), 151-159, 1994
1721994
Characterisation of the hydrology of an estuarine wetland
CE Hughes, P Binning, GR Willgoose
Journal of Hydrology 211 (1-4), 34-49, 1998
1561998
A coupled channel network growth and hillslope evolution model: 2. Nondimensionalization and applications
G Willgoose, RL Bras, I Rodriguez‐Iturbe
Water Resources Research 27 (7), 1685-1696, 1991
1501991
Mathematical modeling of whole landscape evolution
G Willgoose
Annu. Rev. Earth Planet. Sci. 33, 443-459, 2005
1392005
One-dimensional soil moisture profile retrieval by assimilation of near-surface measurements: A simplified soil moisture model and field application
JP Walker, GR Willgoose, JD Kalma
Journal of Hydrometeorology 2 (4), 356-373, 2001
1222001
Effects of vertical resolution and map scale of digital elevation models on geomorphological parameters used in hydrology
Y Gyasi‐Agyei, G Willgoose, FP De Troch
Hydrological Processes 9 (3‐4), 363-382, 1995
1181995
Medium-term erosion simulation of an abandoned mine site using the SIBERIA landscape evolution model
GR Hancock, KG Evans, GR Willgoose, DR Moliere, MJ Saynor, RJ Loch
Soil Research 38 (2), 249-264, 2000
1092000
Active microwave remote sensing for soil moisture measurement: a field evaluation using ERS‐2
JP Walker, PR Houser, GR Willgoose
Hydrological processes 18 (11), 1975-1997, 2004
1072004
Testing of the SIBERIA landscape evolution model using the Tin Camp Creek, Northern Territory, Australia, field catchment
GR Hancock, GR Willgoose, KG Evans
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2002
992002
A physically based channel network and catchment evolution model
GR Willgoose
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1989
991989
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