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Stephen Addy

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Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
Hydromorphologist
stephen.addy@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)344 928 5428 (*)

The James Hutton Institute
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK

 

Steve is a hydromorphologist who is interested in physical processes and forms within river systems.  His background is in physical geography and fluvial geomorphology.  Based at the University of Aberdeen, he gained a BSc degree in geography in 2005 and completed a PhD in fluvial geomorphology in 2009. 

Current research interests

His main current research interests are:

  • Evaluating the effectiveness of river restoration at the reach scale in a degraded agricultural stream (Logie Burn, Aberdeenshire) and a large gravel bed river with an altered floodplain (River Dee near Braemar, Aberdeenshire).
  • The effectiveness of natural flood management and coarse sediment measures including novel in-stream wooden structures in upland catchments (Bowmont Water, Scottish Borders).
  • Monitoring and modelling the hydro-geomorphic effects of in-channel large wood features (Logie Burn, Aberdeenshire).
  • Investigating the geomorphic impact of the 30th of December 2015 'Storm Frank'  flood on the River Dee and the 8th of January 2016 flood on other rivers in Aberdeenshire to help inform sustainable river management.

In addition to this core research, Steve undertakes consultancy work for river restoration and managment assessments where expertise in fluvial geomorphology is required.  Steve has experience in undertaking geomorphic mapping, using topographical survey equipment and sediment survey techniques. 

Bibliography

  • Senn, J.; Mills, J.; L. Walsh, C.; Addy, S.; Peppa, M. (2022) Onsite geometric calibration of RPAS mounted sensors for SfM photogrammetric geomorphological surveys, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.
  • Nolan, A.J.; Beesley, L.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Maps and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 164 Eredine Forest 2022 Block, West Argyll Forest District, Digital Soils Data and Report Uploaded into ForesterWeb GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 163 Cruach Tairbeirt Forest Block 2022, Cowal Trossachs Forest District, Digital Soils Data and Report Uploaded into ForesterWeb GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Maps and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 162 Kilmichael Forest 2022 Block, West Argyll Forest District, Digital Soils Data and Report Uploaded into ForesterWeb GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Maps and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 161 Strathlachlan Forest Lephinmore Block 2022, Cowal Trossachs Forest District, Digital Soils Data and Report uploaded into ForesterWeb GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Maps and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 160 Strathlachlan Forest Main Block 2022, Cowal Trossachs Forest District, Digital Soils Data and Report Uploaded into ForesterWeb GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Riach, D.J.; Butler, B.M.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 159 Errochty Forest West Block 2021, Tay Forest District, East Region, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Riach, D.J.; Butler, B.M.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 158 Errochty Forest East Block 2021, Tay Forest District, East Region, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Riach, D.J.; Butler, B.M.; Addy, S.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 157 South Rannoch 2021 Block, Tay Forest District, East Region, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 154 – Succoth 2021 Block, West Argyll Forest District, West Region, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Beesley, L.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 152 – Duror Forest, Lochaber Forest District, West Region, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Henderson, D.J.; Beesley, L.; Addy, S.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Butler, B.M.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 145 Torrie 2020 Block, Cowal and Trossachs Forest District, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Henderson, D.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Butler, B.M.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000 Volume 144 Loch Katrine 2020, Cowal and Trossachs Forest District, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Hare, M.; McBride, A.; Addy, S.; Pakeman, R.; Donaldson-Selby, G.; Rivington, M.; Gagkas, Z.; Jabloun, M.; Lilly, A.; Wilkinson, M.; Akoumianaki, I. (2022) Moderating extremes in water availability in Scotland a review of the role of functioning wetlands, https://www.crew.ac.uk/sites/www.crew.ac.uk/files/publication/CRW2019_03 Moderating extremes - Main Report vFINAL 20220302.pdf
  • Addy, S.; Wilkinson, M.E. (2021) Embankment lowering and natural self-recovery improves river-floodplain hydro-geomorphic connectivity of a gravel bed river., Science of the Total Environment, 770, Article No. 144626.
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Butler, B.M.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2021) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 1:10,000, Volume 131 - Glentrool Main Block 2020, Galloway Forest District, South Region., Digital Soil Resources within ForesterWeb - Forest and Land Scotland GIS and Management Tool.
  • Addy, S. (2021) Logie Burn log jam monitoring 2020 summary, March 2021., Report sent to Stakeholders and Colleagues.
  • Addy, S. (2021) Bowmont log jam monitoring update, March 2021., Report sent to Stakeholders and Colleagues.
  • Fieman, D.M.; Attal, M.; Addy, S. (2020) Geomorphic response of a mountain gravel-bed river to an extreme flood in Aberdeenshire, Scotland., Scottish Journal of Geology, 56, 101-116
  • Senn, J.A.; Mills, J.P.; Miller, P.E.; Walsh, C.; Addy, S.; Loerke, E.; Peppa, M.V. (2020) On-site geometric calibration of thermal and optical sensors for UAS photogrammetry., International Archives Photogrammetry Remote Sensing. Spatial Information Sciences, XLIII-B1-2020, pp355-361.
  • Blackstock, K.L.; Kuhfuss, L.; Addy, S. (2020) WT15115 Final Report, Supplementary Material 2., Supplementary Excel Database containing the Extracted Data from the Rapid Evidence Assessment of the National Demonstration Test Catchment, DEFRA Science Search Repository.
  • Addy, S.; Watson, H.; Wilkinson, M. (2020) Evaluating an upland Natural Flood Management hydrometric network: implications for future monitoring., CREW Research Summary, CD2019_01, 3pp.
  • Wilkinson, M.E.; Addy, S.; Quinn, P.F.; Stutter, M.I. (2019) Natural flood management: small-scale progress and larger-scale challenges., Scottish Geographical Journal, 135, 23-32.
  • Addy, S.; Wilkinson, M.E. (2019) Geomorphic and retention responses following the restoration of a sand-gravel bed stream., Ecological Engineering, 130, 131-146.
  • Addy, S.; Wilkinson, M.E. (2019) Representing natural and artificial in-channel large wood in numerical hydraulic and hydrological models. , Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews - Water, 6, Article No. e1389.
  • Paterson, S.; Scotland, A.; Addy, S. (2019) Assessment of the Red Brae collapse on the flooding mechanism of 30 December 2015., Final Report, Ballater Flood Protection Study, RPS, August 2019, 17pp.
  • Miller, P.E.; Addy, S. (2019) Topo-bathymetric LiDAR in support of hydromorphological assessment, river restoration an flood risk management., CREW Report, 13 May 2019, 41pp.
  • Vinten, A.J.A.; Kuhfuss, L.; Shortall, O.; Ibiyemi, A.; Pohle, I.; Addy, S.; Gabriel, M.; Gunn, I.; McPhail, P.; Corrigan, J. (2018) Water for all: an ecosystem services approach to wetland conservation and flood risk reduction in the Lunan Water, Scotland., International Water Association 3rd Regional IWA Diffuse Pollution Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand , 19-22 November 2018.
  • Vinten, A.J.A.; Ibiyemi, A.; Pohle, I.; Addy, S. (2018) Towards an integrated approach for low flow and flood risk management and wetland conservation in the Lunan Water, Scotland., International Water Association Diffuse Pollution 2018 Conference, Innovation and Frontier Technology for Water Security and Scarcity, Chaing Mai, Thailand, 19-22 November 2018, 12pp.
  • Pakeman, R.J.; Gimona, A.; Glendell, M.; Yeluripati, J.; Addy, S.; van Hulst, F.; Matthews, K.; Mitchell, R.; Rivington, M. (2018) Climate change, natural capital and adaptation in Scotland’s marginal lands., Report to ClimateXChange, 17pp.
  • Ngai, R.; Wilkinson, M.; Nisbet, T.; Harvey, R.; Addy, S.; Burgess-Gamble, L.; Rose, S.; Maslen, S.; Nicholson, A.; Page, T; Jonczyk, J.; Quinn, P. (2017) Working with natural processes evidence directory: Appendix 2 - literature review., Project Report, SC150005, Environment Agency, October 2017, Appendix 2, 323pp.
  • Burgess-Gamble, L.; Ngai, R.; Wilkinson, M.; Nisbet, T.; Pontee, N.; Harvey, R.; Kipling, K.; Addy, S.; Rose, S.; Maslen, S.; Jay, H. Nicholson, A.; Page, T.; Jonczyk, J.; Quinn, P. (2017) Working with natural processes evidence directory., Project Report, SC150005, Environment Agency, October 2017, 289pp.
  • Addy, S. (2017) Morphological changes to the River Dee, Aberdeenshire due to the 30th of December 2015 'Storm Frank' flood., Report disseminated to Stakeholders.
  • Addy, S.; Wilkinson, M.E. (2017) The Bowmont catchment initiative: An assessment of catchment hydrology and Natural Flood Management measures. Four year summary., Scientific Report for Scottish Government, 50pp.
  • Addy, S.; Wilkinson, M. (2016) An assessment of engineered log jam structures in response to a flood event in an upland gravel-bed river system., Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 41, 1658-1670.
  • Addy, S.; Wilkinson, M.E.; Cooksley, S. (2016) Geomorphic changes and hydrological responses to the 2015 'Storm Frank' flood event at a river restoration site on the upper River Dee., British Hydrological Society Annual Conference, Cranfield University, 30 August - 1 September 2016.
  • Addy, S.; Wilkinson, M. (2016) The Logie Burn: results of three years of monitoring., 17th River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference, Blackpool, 26-27 April 2016.
  • Addy, S.; Cooksley, S.; Dodd, N.; Waylen, K.A.; Stockan, J.; Byg, A.; Holstead, K. (2016) River restoration and biodiversity. Nature-based solutions for restoring the rivers of the UK and Republic of Ireland., Report, The James Hutton Institute, 2016, 75pp.
  • Addy, S.; Cooksley, S.; Dodd, N.; Waylen, K.A.; Byg, A.; Holstead, K. (2016) River restoration and biodiversity: nature-based solutions for restoring the rivers of the UK and Republic of Ireland., Published Jointly by IUCN, NCUK and CREW, 64pp. CRW2014/10. ISBN: 978-0-902701-16-8
  • MacDougall, K.; Robson, H.; Addy, S.; Cooksley, S. (2015) 'Pearls in Peril' Life + nature - improving freshwater pearl mussel habitat through retoration of natural processes., River Restoration Centre, 16th Annual Network Conference, Whittlebury Hall, England, 19-20 May 2015.

  • Nolan, A.J.; Beesley, L.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Maps and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 164 Eredine Forest 2022 Block, West Argyll Forest District, Digital Soils Data and Report Uploaded into ForesterWeb GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 163 Cruach Tairbeirt Forest Block 2022, Cowal Trossachs Forest District, Digital Soils Data and Report Uploaded into ForesterWeb GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Maps and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 162 Kilmichael Forest 2022 Block, West Argyll Forest District, Digital Soils Data and Report Uploaded into ForesterWeb GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Maps and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 161 Strathlachlan Forest Lephinmore Block 2022, Cowal Trossachs Forest District, Digital Soils Data and Report uploaded into ForesterWeb GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Maps and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 160 Strathlachlan Forest Main Block 2022, Cowal Trossachs Forest District, Digital Soils Data and Report Uploaded into ForesterWeb GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Riach, D.J.; Butler, B.M.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 159 Errochty Forest West Block 2021, Tay Forest District, East Region, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Riach, D.J.; Butler, B.M.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 158 Errochty Forest East Block 2021, Tay Forest District, East Region, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Riach, D.J.; Butler, B.M.; Addy, S.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 157 South Rannoch 2021 Block, Tay Forest District, East Region, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 154 – Succoth 2021 Block, West Argyll Forest District, West Region, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Beesley, L.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 152 – Duror Forest, Lochaber Forest District, West Region, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Henderson, D.J.; Beesley, L.; Addy, S.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Butler, B.M.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000, Volume 145 Torrie 2020 Block, Cowal and Trossachs Forest District, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Nolan, A.J.; Henderson, D.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Butler, B.M.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2022) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 110,000 Volume 144 Loch Katrine 2020, Cowal and Trossachs Forest District, Digital Soil Resources uploaded within ForesterWeb - Forest Management GIS, Forestry and Land Scotland
  • Hare, M.; McBride, A.; Addy, S.; Pakeman, R.; Donaldson-Selby, G.; Rivington, M.; Gagkas, Z.; Jabloun, M.; Lilly, A.; Wilkinson, M.; Akoumianaki, I. (2022) Moderating extremes in water availability in Scotland a review of the role of functioning wetlands, https://www.crew.ac.uk/sites/www.crew.ac.uk/files/publication/CRW2019_03 Moderating extremes - Main Report vFINAL 20220302.pdf
  • Nolan, A.J.; Hewison, R.L.; Beesley, L.; Butler, B.M.; Riach, D.J.; Addy, S.J.; Donnelly, D. (2021) Soil Survey Digital Map Data and Reports, Scale 1:10,000, Volume 131 - Glentrool Main Block 2020, Galloway Forest District, South Region., Digital Soil Resources within ForesterWeb - Forest and Land Scotland GIS and Management Tool.
  • Addy, S. (2021) Logie Burn log jam monitoring 2020 summary, March 2021., Report sent to Stakeholders and Colleagues.
  • Addy, S. (2021) Bowmont log jam monitoring update, March 2021., Report sent to Stakeholders and Colleagues.
  • Blackstock, K.L.; Kuhfuss, L.; Addy, S. (2020) WT15115 Final Report, Supplementary Material 2., Supplementary Excel Database containing the Extracted Data from the Rapid Evidence Assessment of the National Demonstration Test Catchment, DEFRA Science Search Repository.
  • Addy, S.; Watson, H.; Wilkinson, M. (2020) Evaluating an upland Natural Flood Management hydrometric network: implications for future monitoring., CREW Research Summary, CD2019_01, 3pp.
  • Paterson, S.; Scotland, A.; Addy, S. (2019) Assessment of the Red Brae collapse on the flooding mechanism of 30 December 2015., Final Report, Ballater Flood Protection Study, RPS, August 2019, 17pp.
  • Miller, P.E.; Addy, S. (2019) Topo-bathymetric LiDAR in support of hydromorphological assessment, river restoration an flood risk management., CREW Report, 13 May 2019, 41pp.
  • Pakeman, R.J.; Gimona, A.; Glendell, M.; Yeluripati, J.; Addy, S.; van Hulst, F.; Matthews, K.; Mitchell, R.; Rivington, M. (2018) Climate change, natural capital and adaptation in Scotland’s marginal lands., Report to ClimateXChange, 17pp.
  • Ngai, R.; Wilkinson, M.; Nisbet, T.; Harvey, R.; Addy, S.; Burgess-Gamble, L.; Rose, S.; Maslen, S.; Nicholson, A.; Page, T; Jonczyk, J.; Quinn, P. (2017) Working with natural processes evidence directory: Appendix 2 - literature review., Project Report, SC150005, Environment Agency, October 2017, Appendix 2, 323pp.
  • Burgess-Gamble, L.; Ngai, R.; Wilkinson, M.; Nisbet, T.; Pontee, N.; Harvey, R.; Kipling, K.; Addy, S.; Rose, S.; Maslen, S.; Jay, H. Nicholson, A.; Page, T.; Jonczyk, J.; Quinn, P. (2017) Working with natural processes evidence directory., Project Report, SC150005, Environment Agency, October 2017, 289pp.
  • Addy, S. (2017) Morphological changes to the River Dee, Aberdeenshire due to the 30th of December 2015 'Storm Frank' flood., Report disseminated to Stakeholders.
  • Addy, S.; Wilkinson, M.E. (2017) The Bowmont catchment initiative: An assessment of catchment hydrology and Natural Flood Management measures. Four year summary., Scientific Report for Scottish Government, 50pp.
  • Addy, S.; Cooksley, S.; Dodd, N.; Waylen, K.A.; Stockan, J.; Byg, A.; Holstead, K. (2016) River restoration and biodiversity. Nature-based solutions for restoring the rivers of the UK and Republic of Ireland., Report, The James Hutton Institute, 2016, 75pp.
  • Addy, S.; Cooksley, S.; Dodd, N.; Waylen, K.A.; Byg, A.; Holstead, K. (2016) River restoration and biodiversity: nature-based solutions for restoring the rivers of the UK and Republic of Ireland., Published Jointly by IUCN, NCUK and CREW, 64pp. CRW2014/10. ISBN: 978-0-902701-16-8
  • Addy, S.; Cooksley, S.; Dodd, N. (2015) IUCN NCUK River restoration and biodiversity expert workshop report, 5-6 November 2014., Report for CREW Project Number CRW2014_10.
  • Baggaley, N.J.; Addy, S.; Hough, R.L.; Loades, K.; Stutter, M.I.; Vinten, A.J.A. (2013) A scoping study into BSI PAS100 compost use to mitigate field and riverbank erosion in Scotland., Contract Report for Zero Waste Scotland, ZWS ORI003-005 PO:538.

  • Senn, J.A.; Mills, J.P.; Miller, P.E.; Walsh, C.; Addy, S.; Loerke, E.; Peppa, M.V. (2020) On-site geometric calibration of thermal and optical sensors for UAS photogrammetry., International Archives Photogrammetry Remote Sensing. Spatial Information Sciences, XLIII-B1-2020, pp355-361.
  • Vinten, A.J.A.; Kuhfuss, L.; Shortall, O.; Ibiyemi, A.; Pohle, I.; Addy, S.; Gabriel, M.; Gunn, I.; McPhail, P.; Corrigan, J. (2018) Water for all: an ecosystem services approach to wetland conservation and flood risk reduction in the Lunan Water, Scotland., International Water Association 3rd Regional IWA Diffuse Pollution Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand , 19-22 November 2018.
  • Vinten, A.J.A.; Ibiyemi, A.; Pohle, I.; Addy, S. (2018) Towards an integrated approach for low flow and flood risk management and wetland conservation in the Lunan Water, Scotland., International Water Association Diffuse Pollution 2018 Conference, Innovation and Frontier Technology for Water Security and Scarcity, Chaing Mai, Thailand, 19-22 November 2018, 12pp.
  • Addy, S.; Wilkinson, M.E.; Cooksley, S. (2016) Geomorphic changes and hydrological responses to the 2015 'Storm Frank' flood event at a river restoration site on the upper River Dee., British Hydrological Society Annual Conference, Cranfield University, 30 August - 1 September 2016.
  • Addy, S.; Wilkinson, M. (2016) The Logie Burn: results of three years of monitoring., 17th River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference, Blackpool, 26-27 April 2016.
  • MacDougall, K.; Robson, H.; Addy, S.; Cooksley, S. (2015) 'Pearls in Peril' Life + nature - improving freshwater pearl mussel habitat through retoration of natural processes., River Restoration Centre, 16th Annual Network Conference, Whittlebury Hall, England, 19-20 May 2015.
  • Wilkinson, M.; Quinn, P.; Addy, S.; Watson, H.; Barber, N.; Jonczyk, J.; Nicholson, A. (2014) Using a natural flood management approach to mitigate flooding, water quality and sediment problems., River Restoration: Delivering Multiple Benefits, River Restoration Centre, 15th Annual Network Conference, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK, 7 and 8 May 2014. Sheffield Hallam university, Sheffield, UK, 7 and 8 May 2014
  • Addy, S.; Ghimire, S.; Cooksley, S. (2012) Assessing of the multiple benefits of river restoration: the Logie Burn meander reconnection project., Proceedings of the 11th British Hydrological Society National Symposium, University of Dundee, Dundee, 9-10 July 2012.

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