His scientific interests lie mostly in Hydrology, Aquifer, Groundwater, Groundwater recharge and Water resources. His research links Climate change with Hydrology. His Climate change study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Water cycle, Evapotranspiration, Food security and Water resource management.
His work deals with themes such as Hydrogeology, Structural basin, Hydrology and Mantle, which intersect with Aquifer. The concepts of his Groundwater study are interwoven with issues in Current and Sewage. His research in Groundwater recharge intersects with topics in Precipitation and Surface water.
His primary areas of investigation include Groundwater, Hydrology, Aquifer, Groundwater recharge and Climate change. The Groundwater study combines topics in areas such as Water supply, Surface water and Water resource management. As part of one scientific family, Richard G. Taylor deals mainly with the area of Hydrology, narrowing it down to issues related to the Structural basin, and often Streamflow.
In Aquifer, Richard G. Taylor works on issues like Bedrock, which are connected to Weathering. In his study, Surface runoff is inextricably linked to Evapotranspiration, which falls within the broad field of Groundwater recharge. His work carried out in the field of Climate change brings together such families of science as Glacial period, Climatology, Precipitation, Glacier and Water resources.
His primary areas of study are Groundwater, Groundwater recharge, Aquifer, Water resource management and Hydrology. Richard G. Taylor interconnects Hydrogeology, Structural basin, Climate change and Precipitation in the investigation of issues within Groundwater. His research investigates the link between Climate change and topics such as Water resources that cross with problems in Subtropics and Physical geography.
Many of his studies on Groundwater recharge apply to Water table as well. In general Aquifer, his work in Piezometer is often linked to Context linking many areas of study. The study incorporates disciplines such as δ18O and Tropics in addition to Hydrology.
His primary scientific interests are in Groundwater recharge, Groundwater, Aquifer, Hydrogeology and Precipitation. His Groundwater recharge study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Climate change and Water table. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sustainability and Water resource management.
His Aquifer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Bedrock, Saprolite and Earth science. His research on Hydrogeology concerns the broader Hydrology. His Precipitation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Structural basin, Climatology, Evapotranspiration and Surface water.
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Ground water and climate change
Richard G. Taylor;Bridget R. Scanlon;Petra Döll;Matt Rodell.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
Quantitative maps of groundwater resources in Africa
A M MacDonald;H C Bonsor;O Dochartaigh;R G Taylor.
Environmental Research Letters (2012)
Groundwater quality and depletion in the Indo-Gangetic Basin mapped from in situ observations
A. M. MacDonald;H. C. Bonsor;K. M. Ahmed;W. G. Burgess.
Nature Geoscience (2016)
Recent trends in groundwater levels in a highly seasonal hydrological system: the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Delta
M. Shamsudduha;R. E. Chandler;R. G. Taylor;K. M. Ahmed.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2009)
Advantages of normothermic perfusion over cold storage in liver preservation.
Charles J Imber;Shawn D St Peter;Inigo Lopez de Cenarruzabeitia;Dave Pigott.
Evidence of the dependence of groundwater resources on extreme rainfall in East Africa
Richard G. Taylor;Martin C. Todd;Lister Kongola;Louise Maurice.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
Uncertainty in the estimation of potential evapotranspiration under climate change
Daniel G. Kingston;Martin C. Todd;Martin C. Todd;Richard G. Taylor;Julian R. Thompson.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
A tectono-geomorphic model of the hydrogeology of deeply weathered crystalline rock: Evidence from Uganda
Richard Taylor;Ken Howard.
Hydrogeology Journal (2000)
A comparative analysis of projected impacts of climate change on river runoff from global and catchment-scale hydrological models
Simon Gosling;R. G. Taylor;Nigel Arnell;M. C. Todd.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2011)
The impact of intensive groundwater abstraction on recharge to a shallow regional aquifer system: evidence from Bangladesh
Mohammad Shamsudduha;Richard G. Taylor;Kazi M. Ahmed;Anwar Zahid.
Hydrogeology Journal (2011)
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