Lecturer & First Year Manager
23 Rhetoric House
Tel: 353 1 708 3679
||11.30 - 12.00
14.30 - 15.30
- Fluvial Geomorphology
- Water Resources
- Charlton, R. (2007) Fundamentals of Fluvial Geomorphology, London, Routledge.
- Charlton, R., Fealy, R., Moore, S., Sweeney, S. and Murphy, C. (2006) ‘Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Water Supply and Flood Hazard in Ireland Using Statistical Downscaling and Hydrological Modelling Techniques’, Climatic Change. 74(4), pp. 475-491.
- Murphy, C., Fealy, R., Charlton, R. and Sweeney, J. (2005) ‘Changing Precipitation Scenarios: Preliminary implications for groundwater flow systems and planning’, Proceedings of the 25th Anniversary Conference on Groundwater in Ireland, Tullamore April 19th-20th.
- Charlton, R. (2003) ‘Towards defining a scallop dominant discharge for vadose conduits: some preliminary results’, Cave and Karst Science 30(1), pp. 3-7.
- Charlton, R. and Moore, S. (2003) ‘The Impact of Climate Change on Water Resources in Ireland’, in Sweeney et al. (ed) Climate Change: Scenarios and Impacts for Ireland. Report to the Irish Environmental Protection Agency, ERTDI Report Series No. 15.
- Charlton, R. (2003) ‘Various entries on Irish rivers, lakes and water resources’, in Brian Lalor (ed.) The Encyclopaedia of Ireland. Dublin, Gill and Macmillan. (Co-published by Yale University Press).
- Charlton, R. and Orford, J. (2002) Managing Fluvial and Coastal Environments. Newtownards, Colourpoint.
- Charlton, R., Moore, S., Fealy, R. and Sweeney, J. (2002) ‘Climate change and water resources in Ireland: predictions made at a high spatial resolution using downscaled GCM data and hydrological modelling techniques’, Proceedings of the British Hydrological Society Eighth National Symposium, University of Birmingham, pp. 61-66.
- Charlton, R. and Waddington, S. (2002) ‘Youth, maturity and old age: time for retirement?’ Geographical Viewpoint 30, pp. 6-13.
- Charlton, R., Moore, S. Sweeney, J and Fealy, R. (2002) ‘Climate Change and Water Resources in Ireland: Initial Investigations using downscaled GCMs and hydrological modelling techniques’, in García-Ruiz, J-M and Jones, J.A.A. (eds.) Environmental Change and Water Sustainability. Zaragoza, Spain, Instituto Pirenaico de Ecología Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, pp. 129-139.
- Charlton, R. (1999) ‘Initial stages in the development of a coupled hillslope hydrology – floodplain inundation model’, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth. Part B: Hydrology, Oceans and Atmosphere 24(1), pp. 37-42.
- Charlton, R. (2006) ‘Meandering canyons in caves’, Conference of Irish Geographers, University College, Dublin, 5th-7th May.
- Charlton, R. (2005) ‘Controls on rates of incision and morphology of bedrock canyons formed in soluble limestone’, Sixth International Conference on Geomorphology. Zaragoza, Spain, September 7-11.
- Charlton, R. (2004) ‘Detrimental and beneficial effects of flooding in the Ganges-Brahmaputra basin’, Presented to the Belfast branch of the Geographical Association, Queens University, Belfast. 16th November.