Timothy John Peterson
Timothy John Peterson
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TitleCited byYear
Seasonal and event dynamics of spatial soil moisture patterns at the small catchment scale
U Rosenbaum, HR Bogena, M Herbst, JA Huisman, TJ Peterson, ...
Water Resources Research 48 (10), 2012
1842012
Simulating runoff under changing climatic conditions: Revisiting an apparent deficiency of conceptual rainfall‐runoff models
KJA Fowler, MC Peel, AW Western, L Zhang, TJ Peterson
Water Resources Research 52 (3), 1820-1846, 2016
452016
Nonlinear time‐series modeling of unconfined groundwater head
TJ Peterson, AW Western
Water Resources Research 50 (10), 8330-8355, 2014
292014
Multiple stable states in hydrological models: An ecohydrological investigation
TJ Peterson, RM Argent, AW Western, FHS Chiew
Water resources research 45 (3), 2009
292009
Analytical methods for ecosystem resilience: a hydrological investigation
TJ Peterson, AW Western, RM Argent
Water Resources Research 48 (10), 2012
162012
Groundwater surface mapping informs sources of catchment baseflow
JF Costelloe, TJ Peterson, K Halbert, AW Western, JJ McDonnell
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 2015
132015
Top-down groundwater hydrograph time-series modeling for climate-pumping decomposition
V Shapoori, TJ Peterson, AW Western, JF Costelloe
Hydrogeology Journal, 1-18, 2015
132015
Decomposing groundwater head variations into meteorological and pumping components: a synthetic study
V Shapoori, TJ Peterson, AW Western, JF Costelloe
Hydrogeology Journal 23 (7), 1431-1448, 2015
112015
A synthetic study to evaluate the utility of hydrological signatures for calibrating a base flow separation filter
CH Su, TJ Peterson, JF Costelloe, AW Western
Water Resources Research 52 (8), 6526-6540, 2016
102016
On the structural limitations of recursive digital filters for base flow estimation
CH Su, JF Costelloe, TJ Peterson, AW Western
Water Resources Research 52 (6), 4745-4764, 2016
102016
Novel indicator geostatistics for water table mapping that incorporate elevation, land use, stream network and physical constraints to provide probabilistic estimation of heads …
TJ Peterson, X Cheng, AW Western
19th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Perth, Australia, 12-16, 2011
102011
Time-series modelling of groundwater head and its de-composition to historic climate periods
TJ Peterson, AW Western
Proceedings of the 34th World Congress of the International Association for …, 2011
92011
Multiple hydrological steady states and resilience
TJ Peterson
University of Melbourne, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 2010
82010
A state-wide assessment of optimal groundwater hydrograph time series models
L Siriwardena, TJ Peterson, AW Western
International Congress on Modeling and Simulation, Perth, Australia 1216, 2011
72011
Can we manage groundwater? A method to determine the quantitative testability of groundwater management plans
EK White, TJ Peterson, J Costelloe, AW Western, E Carrara
Water Resources Research 52 (6), 4863-4882, 2016
52016
Estimating aquifer properties using groundwater hydrograph modelling
V Shapoori, TJ Peterson, AW Western, JF Costelloe
Hydrological Processes 29 (26), 5424-5437, 2015
52015
Multiple hydrological attractors under stochastic daily forcing: 2. Can multiple attractors emerge?
TJ Peterson, AW Western, RM Argent
Water Resources Research 50 (4), 3010-3029, 2014
52014
Multiple hydrological attractors under stochastic daily forcing: 1. Can multiple attractors exist?
TJ Peterson, AW Western
Water Resources Research 50 (4), 2993-3009, 2014
42014
A One Stage Damage Detection Technique Using Spectral Density Analysis and Parallel Genetic Algorithms
M Varmazyar, N Haritos, M Kirley, T Peterson
Key Engineering Materials 558, 1-11, 2013
42013
Quantifying the impact of pumping on groundwater heads using observation data and advanced time series analysis
V Shapoori, TJ Peterson, AW Western, JF Costelloe
International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Perth, Australia, 12-16, 2011
42011
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