Peter MetcalfePhD student, Associate Lecturer
I am applying computerised simulation and numerical techniques in order to produce a combined subsurface flow and solute transport model. This should be able to operate on a range of scales and to incorporate uncertainty.
It could, for example, be applied by the Environment Agency and other catchment stakeholders to semi-automated, batch scenario modelling for flood and pollutant mitigation.
- computerised simulation in the hydrological domain
- numerical solutions to physical fluid flow in "Big" geographical data
- novel data visualisation and analysis, particularly for spatial data
I am an avid user of the spatial features of the R language and environment http://www.r-project.org/
A modelling framework for evaluation of the hydrological impacts of nature-based approaches to flood risk management, with application to in-channel interventions across a 29-km2 scale catchment in the United Kingdom
Metcalfe, P., Beven, K., Hankin, B., Lamb, R. 9/03/2017 In: Hydrological Processes.
HydroBlocks: a field-scale resolving land surface model for application over continental extents
Chaney, N.W., Metcalfe, P., Wood, E.F. 30/09/2016 In: Hydrological Processes. 30, 20, p. 3543-3559. 17 p.
Dynamic TOPMODEL: a new implementation in R and its sensitivity to time and space steps
Metcalfe, P., Beven, K.J., Freer, J. 10/2015 In: Environmental Modelling and Software. 72, p. 155-172. 18 p.
Implementation of the Dynamic TOPMODEL hydrological model: A native R implementation and enhancement of Dynamic TOPMODEL, Beven and Freers' (2001) extension to the semi-distributed hydrological model TOPMODEL (Beven and Kirkby, 1979).
Metcalfe, P. 13/05/2014