Chris Hutton
Chris Hutton
Wessex Water
Verified email at wessexwater.co.uk
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Dominant flood generating mechanisms across the United States
WR Berghuijs, RA Woods, CJ Hutton, M Sivapalan
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (9), 4382-4390, 2016
1862016
Most computational hydrology is not reproducible, so is it really science?
C Hutton, T Wagener, J Freer, D Han, C Duffy, B Arheimer
Water Resources Research 52 (10), 7548-7555, 2016
1092016
Dealing with uncertainty in water distribution system models: A framework for real-time modeling and data assimilation
CJ Hutton, Z Kapelan, L Vamvakeridou-Lyroudia, DA Savić
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 140 (2), 169-183, 2014
902014
Using smart meters for household water consumption feedback: knowns and unknowns
AL Sønderlund, JR Smith, C Hutton, Z Kapelan
Procedia Engineering 89, 990-997, 2014
592014
Effectiveness of smart meter-based consumption feedback in curbing household water use: Knowns and unknowns
AL Sønderlund, JR Smith, CJ Hutton, Z Kapelan, D Savic
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 142 (12), 04016060, 2016
582016
Virtual laboratories: new opportunities for collaborative water science
S Ceola, B Arheimer, E Baratti, G Blöschl, R Capell, A Castellarin, J Freer, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19 (4), 2101-2117, 2015
562015
The evolution of root-zone moisture capacities after deforestation: a step towards hydrological predictions under change?
R Nijzink, C Hutton, I Pechlivanidis, R Capell, B Arheimer, J Freer, D Han, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (12), 4775-4799, 2016
462016
A probabilistic methodology for quantifying, diagnosing and reducing model structural and predictive errors in short term water demand forecasting
CJ Hutton, Z Kapelan
Environmental Modelling & Software 66, 87-97, 2015
372015
Application of formal and informal Bayesian methods for water distribution hydraulic model calibration
CJ Hutton, Z Kapelan, L Vamvakeridou-Lyroudia, D Savić
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 140 (11), 04014030, 2014
242014
Quantifying riparian zone structure from airborne LiDAR: Vegetation filtering, anisotropic interpolation, and uncertainty propagation
C Hutton, R Brazier
Journal of hydrology 442, 36-45, 2012
212012
Real-time burst detection in water distribution systems using a Bayesian demand forecasting methodology
C Hutton, Z Kapelan
Procedia Engineering 119, 13-18, 2015
202015
Online burst detection in a water distribution system using the Kalman filter and hydraulic modelling
I Okeya, Z Kapelan, C Hutton, D Naga
Procedia Engineering 89, 418-427, 2014
192014
Online modelling of water distribution system using data assimilation
I Okeya, Z Kapelan, C Hutton, D Naga
Procedia Engineering 70, 1261-1270, 2014
192014
Real-time data assimilation in urban rainfall-runoff models
CJ Hutton, Z Kapelan, L Vamvakeridou-Lyroudia, D Savić
Procedia Engineering 70, 843-852, 2014
182014
Water-conservation policies in perspective: insights from a Q-method study in Salta, Argentina
MA Iribarnegaray, MFE de la Zerda, CM Hutton, C Brannstrom, VI Liberal, ...
Water Policy 16 (5), 897-916, 2014
152014
Scaling soil erosion models in space and time
RE Brazier, CJ Hutton, AJ Parsons, J Wainwright
Handbook of erosion modelling, 98-117, 2011
142011
Uncertainty quantification and reduction in Urban Water Systems (UWS) Modelling: evaluation report
CJ Hutton, LS Vamvakeridou-Lyroudia, Z Kapelan, DA Savic
European Commission, 2011
112011
On the effects of improved cross‐section representation in one‐dimensional flow routing models applied to ephemeral rivers
CJ Hutton, RE Brazier, AP Nicholas, M Nearing
Water Resources Research 48 (4), 2012
102012
5.2. Modelling Geomorphic Systems: Numerical Modelling
CJ Hutton
102012
Using smart demand-metering data and customer characteristics to investigate influence of weather on water consumption in the UK
M Xenochristou, Z Kapelan, C Hutton
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 146 (2), 04019073, 2020
92020
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