Joseph Holden
Joseph Holden
Professor of Physical Geography
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Peatlands and the carbon cycle: from local processes to global implications? a synthesis
J Limpens, F Berendse, C Blodau, JG Canadell, C Freeman, J Holden, ...
7642008
Artificial drainage of peatlands: hydrological and hydrochemical process and wetland restoration
J Holden, PJ Chapman, JC Labadz
Progress in physical geography 28 (1), 95-123, 2004
5502004
The storage and aging of continental runoff in large reservoir systems of the world
CJ Vorosmarty
Ambio 26, 210-219, 1997
4631997
Peatland hydrology and carbon release: why small-scale process matters
J Holden
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2005
4072005
Environmental change in moorland landscapes
J Holden, L Shotbolt, A Bonn, TP Burt, PJ Chapman, AJ Dougill, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 82 (1-2), 75-100, 2007
2952007
Runoff generation and water table fluctuations in blanket peat: evidence from UK data spanning the dry summer of 1995
MG Evans, TP Burt, J Holden, JK Adamson
Journal of Hydrology 221 (3-4), 141-160, 1999
2821999
Learning from doing participatory rural research: lessons from the Peak District National Park
AJ Dougill, EDG Fraser, J Holden, K Hubacek, C Prell, MS Reed, S Stagl, ...
Journal of Agricultural Economics 57 (2), 259-275, 2006
2412006
Drain blocking: an effective treatment for reducing dissolved organic carbon loss and water discolouration in a drained peatland
ZE Wallage, J Holden, AT McDonald
Science of the total environment 367 (2-3), 811-821, 2006
2332006
Hydrological studies on blanket peat: the significance of the acrotelm-catotelm model
J Holden, TP Burt
Journal of Ecology, 86-102, 2003
2132003
How wetlands affect floods
M Acreman, J Holden
Wetlands 33 (5), 773-786, 2013
2072013
Impact of land drainage on peatland hydrology
J Holden, MG Evans, TP Burt, M Horton
Journal of Environmental Quality 35 (5), 1764-1778, 2006
2052006
Runoff production in blanket peat covered catchments
J Holden, TP Burt
Water Resources Research 39 (7), 2003
1982003
Piping and pipeflow in a deep peat catchment
J Holden, TP Burt
Catena 48 (3), 163-199, 2002
1942002
A network‐index‐based version of TOPMODEL for use with high‐resolution digital topographic data
SN Lane, CJ Brookes, MJ Kirkby, J Holden
Hydrological processes 18 (1), 191-201, 2004
1792004
If you have a hammer everything looks like a nail: traditional versus participatory model building
C Prell, K Hubacek, M Reed, C Quinn, N Jin, J Holden, T Burt, M Kirby, ...
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 32 (3), 263-282, 2007
1702007
Hydraulic conductivity in upland blanket peat: measurement and variability
J Holden, TP Burt
Hydrological Processes 17 (6), 1227-1237, 2003
1532003
Short-term impact of peat drain-blocking on water colour, dissolved organic carbon concentration, and water table depth
F Worrall, A Armstrong, J Holden
Journal of Hydrology 337 (3-4), 315-325, 2007
1422007
Cross‐scale monitoring and assessment of land degradation and sustainable land management: A methodological framework for knowledge management
MS Reed, M Buenemann, J Atlhopheng, M Akhtar‐Schuster, F Bachmann, ...
Land Degradation & Development 22 (2), 261-271, 2011
1392011
PEATMAP: Refining estimates of global peatland distribution based on a meta-analysis
J Xu, PJ Morris, J Liu, J Holden
Catena 160, 134-140, 2018
1362018
Environmental effects of drainage, drain-blocking and prescribed vegetation burning in UK upland peatlands
SJ Ramchunder, LE Brown, J Holden
Progress in Physical Geography 33 (1), 49-79, 2009
1322009
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