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Integrating the LISFLOOD‐FP 2D hydrodynamic model with the CAESAR model: implications for modelling landscape evolution
TJ Coulthard, JC Neal, PD Bates, J Ramirez, GAM de Almeida, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (15), 1897-1906, 2013
2352013
Improving computational efficiency in global river models by implementing the local inertial flow equation and a vector‐based river network map
D Yamazaki, GAM de Almeida, PD Bates
Water Resources Research 49 (11), 7221-7235, 2013
1632013
Improving the stability of a simple formulation of the shallow water equations for 2‐D flood modeling
GAM de Almeida, P Bates, JE Freer, M Souvignet
Water Resources Research 48 (5), 2012
1622012
Applicability of the local inertial approximation of the shallow water equations to flood modeling
GAM De Almeida, P Bates
Water Resources Research 49 (8), 4833-4844, 2013
1272013
Evaluating scale and roughness effects in urban flood modelling using terrestrial LIDAR data
H Ozdemir, CC Sampson, GAM de Almeida, PD Bates
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (10), 4015-4030, 2013
972013
Fluvial stability of a transverse vs. a longitudinal riprap protection
G Almeida, JP Martín-Vide
Tecnología y ciencias del agua 2 (1), 83-98, 2011
872011
Modelling urban floods at submetre resolution: challenges or opportunities for flood risk management?
GAM de Almeida, P Bates, H Ozdemir
Journal of Flood Risk Management 11, S855-S865, 2018
542018
Understanding pool‐riffle dynamics through continuous morphological simulations
GAM De Almeida, JF Rodríguez
Water Resources Research 47 (1), 2011
532011
Formation, growth, and failure of debris jams at bridge piers
D Panici, GAM de Almeida
Water Resources Research 54 (9), 6226-6241, 2018
372018
Spontaneous formation and degradation of pool‐riffle morphology and sediment sorting using a simple fractional transport model
GAM De Almeida, JF Rodríguez
Geophysical Research Letters 39 (6), 2012
372012
The influence of pier geometry and debris characteristics on the accumulation of woody debris at bridge piers
D Panici, G De Almeida
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 146 (6), 2020
172020
A tale of two riffles: Using multidimensional, multifractional, time‐varying sediment transport to assess self‐maintenance in pool‐riffle sequences
E Bayat, JF Rodríguez, PM Saco, GAM de Almeida, E Vahidi, MH García
Water Resources Research 53 (3), 2095-2113, 2017
112017
Riprap stability: Transverse and longitudinal versus continuous protections
GAM de Almeida, JP Martín-Vide
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 135 (6), 447-456, 2009
112009
A theoretical analysis of the fluid–solid interactions governing the removal of woody debris jams from cylindrical bridge piers
D Panici, GAM de Almeida
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 886, 2020
92020
An assessment of the optimum timing of coastal flood adaptation given sea‐level rise using real options analysis
MJ Kim, RJ Nicholls, JM Preston, GAM de Almeida
Journal of Flood Risk Management 12 (S2), e12494, 2019
92019
Understanding the formation of woody debris jams at bridge piers
D Panici, GAM de Almeida
IAHR, 2017
82017
Sediment transport, sorting and three-dimensional flow patterns in pool-riffle sequences: implications for self-maintenance
E Bayat, JF Rodriguez, GAM de Almeida, PM Saco
Proceedings of the International Conference on Fluvial Hydraulics, RIVER FLOW, 2014
72014
Integrating sediment dynamics into physical habitat models
GAM Almeida, JF Rodriguez
Proceedings of the 18th World Imacs/ModSim Congress, Cairns, Australia 1317 …, 2009
72009
Use of Cylindrical Bristle Clusters as a novel multispecies fish pass to facilitate upstream movement at gauging weirs
D Montali-Ashworth, AS Vowles, G De Almeida, PS Kemp
Ecological Engineering 143, 105634, 2020
62020
Theoretical impulse threshold for particle dislodgement
S Maldonado, GAM de Almeida
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 863, 893-903, 2019
32019
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