Daniel Edward Pagendam
Daniel Edward Pagendam
Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO
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TitleCited byYear
Conceptualisation and application of models for groundwater–surface water interactions and nitrate attenuation potential in riparian zones
DW Rassam, DE Pagendam, HM Hunter
Environmental Modelling & Software 23 (7), 859-875, 2008
On parameter estimation in population models II: multi-dimensional processes and transient dynamics
JV Ross, DE Pagendam, PK Pollett
Theoretical Population Biology 75 (2-3), 123-132, 2009
Managing riparian lands to improve water quality: optimising nitrate removal via denitrification
H Hunter, ...
Cooperative Research Centre for Coastal Zone, Estuary and Waterway Management, 2006
Setting the stage for a global-scale trophic analysis of marine top predators: a multi-workshop review
JW Young, RJ Olson, F Ménard, PM Kuhnert, LM Duffy, V Allain, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 25 (1), 261-272, 2015
Streamflow rating uncertainty: Characterisation and impacts on model calibration and performance
JL Peña-Arancibia, Y Zhang, DE Pagendam, NR Viney, J Lerat, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 63, 32-44, 2015
Development of a multiplexed bead-based suspension array for the detection and discrimination of pospiviroid plant pathogens
SL van Brunschot, JHW Bergervoet, DE Pagendam, M de Weerdt, ...
PloS one 9 (1), e84743, 2014
The Riparian Nitrogen Model: basic theory and conceptualisation
DW Rassam, D Pagendam, H Hunter
CRC for Catchment Hydrology Technical Report 5 (9), 38, 2005
Optimal sampling and problematic likelihood functions in a simple population model
DE Pagendam, PK Pollett
Environmental Modeling & Assessment 14 (6), 759, 2009
A bead-based suspension array for the multiplexed detection of begomoviruses and their whitefly vectors
SL Van Brunschot, JHW Bergervoet, DE Pagendam, M de Weerdt, ...
Journal of virological methods 198, 86-94, 2014
Development and application of the Riparian Mapping Tool to identify priority rehabilitation areas for nitrogen removal in the Tully–Murray basin, Queensland, Australia
DW Rassam, D Pagendam
Marine and Freshwater Research 60 (11), 1165-1175, 2009
Assimilating catchment processes with monitoring data to estimate sediment loads to the Great Barrier Reef
DE Pagendam, PM Kuhnert, WB Leeds, CK Wikle, R Bartley, EE Peterson
Environmetrics 25 (4), 214-229, 2014
Locally optimal designs for the simple death process
DE Pagendam, PK Pollett
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 140 (11), 3096-3105, 2010
A regolith depth map of the Australian continent
JR Wilford, R Searle, M Thomas, D Pagendam, MJ Grundy
Geoderma 266, 1-13, 2016
Optimal Design of Experimental Epidemics
PK Pagendam, D.E. and Pollett
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 2013
Optimal use of GPS transmitter for estimating species migration rate
DE Pagendam, JV Ross
Ecological modelling 249, 37-41, 2013
Robust optimal observation of a metapopulation
DE Pagendam, PK Pollett
Ecological Modelling 221 (21), 2521-2525, 2010
Rethinking soil carbon modelling: a stochastic approach to quantify uncertainties
D Clifford, D Pagendam, J Baldock, N Cressie, R Farquharson, M Farrell, ...
Environmetrics 25 (4), 265-278, 2014
Urbanisation and stormwater management in South East Queensland–Synthesis and recommendations
BS McIntosh, S Aryal, S Ashbolt, F Sheldon, S Maheepala, T Gardner, ...
Urban Water Security Research Alliance, 2013
Estimating freshwater flows from tidally affected hydrographic data
DE Pagendam, DB Percival
Water Resources Research 51 (3), 1619-1634, 2015
Emulator-enabled approximate Bayesian computation (ABC) and uncertainty analysis for computationally expensive groundwater models
T Cui, L Peeters, D Pagendam, T Pickett, H Jin, RS Crosbie, M Raiber, ...
Journal of hydrology 564, 191-207, 2018
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