|Satellite-derived Digital Elevation Model (DEM) selection, preparation and correction for hydrodynamic modelling in large, low-gradient and data-sparse catchments|
AA Jarihani, JN Callow, TR McVicar, TG Van Niel, JR Larsen
Journal of Hydrology 524, 489-506, 2015
|Late Quaternary palaeoenvironmental change in the Australian drylands|
KE Fitzsimmons, TJ Cohen, PP Hesse, J Jansen, GC Nanson, JH May, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 74, 78-96, 2013
|Alluvial evidence for major climate and flow regime changes during the middle and late Quaternary in eastern central Australia|
GC Nanson, DM Price, BG Jones, JC Maroulis, M Coleman, H Bowman, ...
Geomorphology 101 (1-2), 109-129, 2008
|The hydrological legacy of deforestation on global wetlands|
C Woodward, J Shulmeister, J Larsen, GE Jacobsen, A Zawadzki
Science 346 (6211), 844-847, 2014
|Freshwater recharge into a shallow saline groundwater system, Cooper Creek floodplain, Queensland, Australia|
DI Cendón, JR Larsen, BG Jones, GC Nanson, D Rickleman, SI Hankin, ...
Journal of Hydrology 392 (3-4), 150-163, 2010
|Late Quaternary aeolian and fluvial interactions on the Cooper Creek Fan and the association between linear and source-bordering dunes, Strzelecki Desert, Australia|
TJ Cohen, GC Nanson, JR Larsen, BG Jones, DM Price, M Coleman, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 29 (3-4), 455-471, 2010
|Hydrological transformation coincided with megafaunal extinction in central Australia|
TJ Cohen, JD Jansen, LA Gliganic, JR Larsen, GC Nanson, JH May, ...
Geology 43 (3), 195-198, 2015
|Recent changes in extreme floods across multiple continents|
WR Berghuijs, EE Aalbers, JR Larsen, R Trancoso, RA Woods
Environmental Research Letters 12 (11), 114035, 2017
|Late Quaternary mega-lakes fed by the northern and southern river systems of central Australia: varying moisture sources and increased continental aridity|
TJ Cohen, GC Nanson, JD Jansen, BG Jones, Z Jacobs, JR Larsen, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 356, 89-108, 2012
|Linking the Budyko framework and the Dunne diagram|
R Trancoso, JR Larsen, C McAlpine, TR McVicar, S Phinn
Journal of Hydrology 535, 581-597, 2016
|A global assessment of runoff sensitivity to changes in precipitation, potential evaporation, and other factors|
WR Berghuijs, JR Larsen, THM Van Emmerik, RA Woods
Water Resources Research 53 (10), 8475-8486, 2017
|Understanding and quantifying focused, indirect groundwater recharge from ephemeral streams using water table fluctuations|
MO Cuthbert, RI Acworth, MS Andersen, JR Larsen, AM McCallum, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (2), 827-840, 2016
|Where does all the water go? Partitioning water transmission losses in a data-sparse, multi-channel and low-gradient dryland river system using modelling and remote sensing|
AA Jarihani, JR Larsen, JN Callow, TR McVicar, K Johansen
Journal of Hydrology 529, 1511-1529, 2015
|Hydrospatial assessment of streamflow yields and effects of climate change: Snowy Mountains, Australia|
I Reinfelds, E Swanson, T Cohen, J Larsen, A Nolan
Journal of Hydrology 512, 206-220, 2014
|River‐aquifer interactions in a semiarid environment investigated using point and reach measurements|
AM McCallum, MS Andersen, GC Rau, JR Larsen, RI Acworth
Water Resources Research 50 (4), 2815-2829, 2014
|CO2‐vegetation feedbacks and other climate changes implicated in reducing base flow|
R Trancoso, JR Larsen, TR McVicar, SR Phinn, CA McAlpine
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (5), 2310-2318, 2017
|Late-Holocene climatic variability indicated by three natural archives in arid southern Australia|
LA Gliganic, TJ Cohen, JH May, JD Jansen, GC Nanson, A Dosseto, ...
The Holocene 24 (1), 104-117, 2014
|Understanding snow hydrological processes through the lens of stable water isotopes|
H Beria, JR Larsen, NC Ceperley, A Michelon, T Vennemann, B Schaefli
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 5 (6), e1311, 2018
|Association of arsenic and phosphorus with iron nanoparticles between streams and aquifers: implications for arsenic mobility|
A Hartland, JR Larsen, MS Andersen, M Baalousha, D O’Carroll
Environmental science & technology 49 (24), 14101-14109, 2015
|Nitrogen cycling from increased soil organic carbon contributes both positively and negatively to ecosystem services in wheat agro-ecosystems|
J Palmer, PJ Thorburn, JS Biggs, EJ Dominati, ME Probert, EA Meier, ...
Frontiers in plant science 8, 731, 2017