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Suresh Hettiarachchi, PhD
Suresh Hettiarachchi, PhD
Research Fellow, UNSW
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
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Increase in flood risk resulting from climate change in a developed urban watershed–the role of storm temporal patterns
S Hettiarachchi, C Wasko, A Sharma
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (3), 2041-2056, 2018
2262018
Can integrated green spaces and storage facilities absorb the increased risk of flooding due to climate change in developed urban environments?
K Alexander, S Hettiarachchi, Y Ou, A Sharma
Journal of Hydrology 579, 124201, 2019
692019
Can antecedent moisture conditions modulate the increase in flood risk due to climate change in urban catchments?
S Hettiarachchi, C Wasko, A Sharma
Journal of Hydrology 571, 11-20, 2019
562019
Rethinking urban storm water management through resilience–The case for using green infrastructure in our warming world
S Hettiarachchi, C Wasko, A Sharma
Cities 128, 103789, 2022
192022
Field experiments to determine gas transfer at gated sills
AL Urban, SL Hettiarachchi, KF Miller, GP Kincaid, JS Gulliver
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 127 (10), 848-859, 2001
192001
Estimating design hydrologic extremes in a warming climate: alternatives, uncertainties and the way forward
A Sharma, S Hettiarachchi, C Wasko
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 379 (2195), 20190623, 2021
172021
Do longer dry spells associated with warmer years compound the stress on global water resources?
S Hettiarachchi, C Wasko, A Sharma
Earth's Future 10 (2), e2021EF002392, 2022
152022
Managing surface water for flood damage reduction
S Hettiarachchi, B Beduhn, J Christopherson, M Moore
Impacts of Global Climate Change, 1-19, 2012
32012
Engineering Solutions for Lake Water Quality Improvement
S Hettiarachchi, R Beduhn, D Johnson, A Luft, K Quernemoen
WEFTEC 2001, 813-827, 2001
22001
Gas transfer measurements at hydraulic structures on the Ohio River
SL Hettiarachchi, JS Gulliver, DE Hibbs, J Howe, KF Miller, GP Kincaid
St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, 1998
21998
An Innovative and Multi Faceted Approach to Reducing Urban Flooding
SL Hettiarachchi, AJ Luft, J Onorati
Critical Transitions in Water and Environmental Resources Management, 1-6, 2004
12004
From resistance to resilience-adapting to the dichotomy of urban flood response induced by a changing climate
S Hettiarachchi, C Wasko, A Sharma
HWRS2023: Hydrology & Water Resources Symposium, 1119-1122, 2023
2023
Re-imagining urban flood management in a warmer climate through the lens of resilience.
S Hettiarachchi
UNSW Sydney, 2021
2021
Climate change, rainfall patterns and the dichotomy of urban catchment responses.
S Hettiarachchi, C Wasko, A Sharma
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, H167-0004, 2020
2020
Incorporating the Uncertainty of Climate Change Predictions into a watershed Management Model
TMS Suresh L. Hettiarachchi, Scott P. Zilka
Managing Water Resources & Development in a Changing Climate, 2009
2009
Engineering Aspects of Wetland Creation for Lake Water Quality Improvement
S Hettiarachchi, R Beduhn, D Johnson, A Luft, K Quernemoen
Wetlands Engineering & River Restoration 2001, 1-7, 2004
2004
Gas transfer at hydraulic structures on the Ohio River
SL Hettiarachchi
University of Minnesota, 1999
1999
Reaeration measurements using a methane tracer at six dams in the Ohio River basin
SL Hettiarachchi, BL O'Connor, KF Miller, GP Kincaid, D Hibbs, ...
Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydropower-Waterpower 3, 1961 …, 1997
1997
Increase in urban flood risk resulting from climate change–The role of storm temporal 1 patterns 2
S Hettiarachchi, C Wasko, A Sharma
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