Josh Larsen
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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
1342015
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
1282013
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
1122008
The hydrological legacy of deforestation on global wetlands
C Woodward, J Shulmeister, J Larsen, GE Jacobsen, A Zawadzki
Science 346 (6211), 844-847, 2014
712014
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
702010
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
672010
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
572015
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
552017
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
542012
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
472016
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
402017
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
392016
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
342015
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
342014
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
342014
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
302017
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
272014
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
252018
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
222015
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
212017
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