2023 - Research.com Earth Science in United Kingdom Leader Award
2019 - VZJ Reviewer-Editor's Citation of Excellence Award, American Society of Agronomy
2013 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Andrew Binley mainly focuses on Soil science, Electrical resistivity tomography, Vadose zone, Borehole and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. His Soil science study combines topics in areas such as Hydrogeology and Aquifer. Andrew Binley works mostly in the field of Electrical resistivity tomography, limiting it down to topics relating to Plume and, in certain cases, Hydraulic head.
He interconnects Infiltration, Groundwater nitrate, Groundwater recharge and Water content in the investigation of issues within Vadose zone. His work deals with themes such as Airflow, Geophysics and Geomorphology, which intersect with Borehole. His Electrical resistivity and conductivity study incorporates themes from Tomography, Pore water pressure, Mineralogy and Hydrogeophysics.
His main research concerns Hydrology, Soil science, Electrical resistivity tomography, Groundwater and Electrical resistivity and conductivity. His Hydrology research includes themes of Nitrate and Biogeochemical cycle. Andrew Binley combines subjects such as Hydrogeology and Water content with his study of Soil science.
Andrew Binley has researched Electrical resistivity tomography in several fields, including Geophysics and Hydrogeophysics. His Electrical resistivity and conductivity research focuses on subjects like Mineralogy, which are linked to Porosity. His Vadose zone study which covers Borehole that intersects with Tomography and Hydraulic conductivity.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Electrical resistivity tomography, Soil science, Electrical resistivity and conductivity, Groundwater and Induced polarization. The various areas that Andrew Binley examines in his Electrical resistivity tomography study include Hydrogeophysics, Slope stability, Inversion, Karst and Water content. His Soil science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Infiltration, Current, Fluid dynamics and Borehole.
Groundwater is a subfield of Hydrology that he explores. His work carried out in the field of Hydrology brings together such families of science as Nutrient cycle and Vegetation. His Induced polarization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Hydraulic conductivity, Surface, Condensed matter physics and Permeability.
His primary areas of investigation include Electrical resistivity tomography, Groundwater, Hydrology, Soil science and Vadose zone. His Electrical resistivity tomography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hydrogeophysics, Leak, Temporal resolution, Karst and Plume. His research in Groundwater tackles topics such as Contamination which are related to areas like Trace gas and Residence time.
He has included themes like Soil water and Vegetation, Revegetation in his Hydrology study. His research integrates issues of Karst ecosystem and Electrical resistivity and conductivity in his study of Soil science. His research in Vadose zone focuses on subjects like Groundwater recharge, which are connected to Propagation of uncertainty, Moisture and Pore water pressure.
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The future of distributed models: model calibration and uncertainty prediction.
Keith J. Beven;Andrew M. Binley.
Hydrological Processes (1992)
DC Resistivity and Induced Polarization Methods
Andrew Binley;Andreas Kemna.
Temporal and spatial variability of groundwater–surface water fluxes: Development and application of an analytical method using temperature time series
John Keery;Andrew Binley;Nigel Crook;Jonathan W.N. Smith;Jonathan W.N. Smith.
Journal of Hydrology (2007)
The emergence of hydrogeophysics for improved understanding of subsurface processes over multiple scales.
Andrew Binley;Susan S. Hubbard;Johan A. Huisman;André Revil.
Water Resources Research (2015)
Vadose zone flow model parameterisation using cross-borehole radar and resistivity imaging
Andrew M. Binley;Giorgio Cassiani;Roy Middleton;Peter Winship.
Journal of Hydrology (2002)
Cross-hole electrical imaging of a controlled saline tracer injection
Lee Slater;Andrew Binley;W. Daily;R. Johnson.
Journal of Applied Geophysics (2000)
Advancing process‐based watershed hydrological research using near‐surface geophysics: A vision for, and review of, electrical and magnetic geophysical methods
D. A. Robinson;A. Binley;N. Crook;F. D. Day-Lewis.
Hydrological Processes (2008)
Improved hydrogeophysical characterization using joint inversion of cross‐hole electrical resistance and ground‐penetrating radar traveltime data
Niklas Linde;Niklas Linde;Niklas Linde;Andrew Binley;Ari Tryggvason;Laust B. Pedersen.
Water Resources Research (2006)
Applying petrophysical models to radar travel time and electrical resistivity tomograms: Resolution‐dependent limitations
Frederick D. Day-Lewis;Frederick D. Day-Lewis;Kamini Singha;Kamini Singha;Andrew M. Binley.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Relationship between spectral induced polarization and hydraulic properties of saturated and unsaturated sandstone
Andrew Binley;Lee D. Slater;Melanie Fukes;Giorgio Cassiani.
Water Resources Research (2005)
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