Matthew J Burns
Matthew J Burns
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Hydrologic shortcomings of conventional urban stormwater management and opportunities for reform
MJ Burns, TD Fletcher, CJ Walsh, AR Ladson, BE Hatt
Landscape and urban planning 105 (3), 230-240, 2012
4372012
Urban stormwater runoff: a new class of environmental flow problem
CJ Walsh, TD Fletcher, MJ Burns
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e45814, 2012
3552012
Urban rainwater harvesting systems: Research, implementation and future perspectives
A Campisano, D Butler, S Ward, MJ Burns, E Friedler, K DeBusk, ...
Water research 115, 195-209, 2017
3102017
Principles for urban stormwater management to protect stream ecosystems
CJ Walsh, DB Booth, MJ Burns, TD Fletcher, RL Hale, LN Hoang, ...
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 398-411, 2016
1642016
Will it rise or will it fall? Managing the complex effects of urbanization on base flow
AS Bhaskar, L Beesley, MJ Burns, TD Fletcher, P Hamel, CE Oldham, ...
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 293-310, 2016
962016
The performance of rainwater tanks for stormwater retention and water supply at the household scale: an empirical study
MJ Burns, TD Fletcher, HP Duncan, BE Hatt, AR Ladson, CJ Walsh
Hydrological Processes 29 (1), 152-160, 2015
902015
Stormwater infiltration and the ‘urban karst’–A review
J Bonneau, TD Fletcher, JF Costelloe, MJ Burns
Journal of hydrology 552, 141-150, 2017
892017
Can stormwater control measures restore altered urban flow regimes at the catchment scale?
C Li, TD Fletcher, HP Duncan, MJ Burns
Journal of Hydrology 549, 631-653, 2017
662017
A framework for the case-specific assessment of Green Infrastructure in mitigating urban flood hazards
JE Schubert, MJ Burns, TD Fletcher, BF Sanders
Advances in Water Resources 108, 55-68, 2017
612017
A landscape measure of urban stormwater runoff effects is a better predictor of stream condition than a suite of hydrologic factors
MJ Burns, CJ Walsh, TD Fletcher, AR Ladson, BE Hatt
Ecohydrology 8 (1), 160-171, 2015
482015
Improving the multi-objective performance of rainwater harvesting systems using real-time control technology
WD Xu, TD Fletcher, HP Duncan, DJ Bergmann, J Breman, MJ Burns
Water 10 (2), 147, 2018
352018
Can allotment-scale rainwater harvesting manage urban flood risk and protect stream health?
MJ Burns, TD Fletcher, B Hatt, AR Ladson, CJ Walsh
NOVATECH 2010, 2010
352010
Flow-regime management at the urban land-parcel scale: test of feasibility
MJ Burns, TD Fletcher, CJ Walsh, AR Ladson, BE Hatt
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 20 (12), 04015037, 2015
302015
The stormwater retention performance of rainwater tanks at the landparcel scale
MJ Burns, TD Fletcher, HP Duncan, BE Hatt, AR Ladson, CJ Walsh
WSUD 2012: Water sensitive urban design; Building the water sensitive …, 2012
292012
Effect of urbanization on stream hydraulics
DO Anim, TD Fletcher, GJ Vietz, GB Pasternack, MJ Burns
River Research and Applications 34 (7), 661-674, 2018
272018
Building capacity in low-impact drainage management through research collaboration
MJ Burns, E Wallis, V Matic
Freshwater Science 34 (3), 1176-1185, 2015
262015
Testing the impact of at‐source stormwater management on urban flooding through a coupling of network and overland flow models
MJ Burns, JE Schubert, TD Fletcher, BF Sanders
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 2 (4), 291-300, 2015
262015
Where does infiltrated stormwater go? Interactions with vegetation and subsurface anthropogenic features
J Bonneau, TD Fletcher, JF Costelloe, PJ Poelsma, RB James, MJ Burns
Journal of Hydrology 567, 121-132, 2018
192018
Can catchment-scale urban stormwater management measures benefit the stream hydraulic environment?
DO Anim, TD Fletcher, GB Pasternack, GJ Vietz, HP Duncan, MJ Burns
Journal of environmental management 233, 1-11, 2019
182019
Is green infrastructure a viable strategy for managing urban surface water flooding?
JL Webber, TD Fletcher, L Cunningham, G Fu, D Butler, MJ Burns
Urban Water Journal 17 (7), 598-608, 2020
172020
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