Dr Victoria Janes BassettSenior Research Associate
Victoria is an environmental modeller currently working to develop new soil infrastructure simulation models by integrating biogeochemical, hydrological, and erosion processes. Victoria joined the Pentland Centre for Sustainability in Business as a Research Associate in 2017.
Prior to joining Lancaster University, Victoria was a Research Fellow at Cranfield University working on a range of projects involving catchment, crop and land-use modelling. Victoria has a PhD from the University of Exeter in catchment sediment budget modelling.
An Interdisciplinary approach to Finding and Using Data for Complex Environmental Modelling Problems: A Soil System Example
Dean, G., Janes Bassett, V., Towe, R.P., Nundloll, V., Davies, J., Blair, G.S. 14/09/2017
Dynamic response of land use and river nutrient concentration to long-term climatic changes
Bussi, G., Janes, V., Whitehead, P.G., Dadson, S.J., Holman, I.P. 15/07/2017 In: Science of the Total Environment. 590-591, p. 818-831. 14 p.
Analysis of fundamental physical factors influencing channel bank erosion: results for contrasting catchments in England and Wales
Janes, V., Nicholas, A., Collins, A.L., Quine, T.A. 12/04/2017 In: Environmental Earth Sciences. 76, 18 p.
Improving bank erosion modelling at catchment scale by incorporating temporal and spatial variability
Janes, V., Holman, I.P., Birkinshaw, S., O'Donnell, G., Kilsby, C.G. 17/03/2017 In: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 39 p.
Can we be certain about future land use change in Europe?: a multi-scenario, integrated-assessment analysis
Holman, I., Brown, C., Janes, V., Sandars, D. 02/2017 In: Agricultural Systems. 151, p. 126-135. 10 p.
The impacts of natural flood management approaches on in-channel sediment quality
Janes, V., Grabowski, R., Mant, J., Allen, D., Morse, J., Haynes, H. 01/2017 In: River Research and Applications. 33, 1, p. 89-101. 13 p.