2023 - Research.com Environmental Sciences in Australia Leader Award
Tim D. Fletcher mainly investigates Stormwater, Surface runoff, Environmental engineering, Hydrology and Pollutant. His Stormwater study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Infiltration, Biofilter and Waste disposal. His Surface runoff research incorporates themes from Impervious surface, Baseflow, Water quality and Water resource management.
His studies deal with areas such as Urbanization, Low-impact development and Water resources as well as Water resource management. His biological study deals with issues like Wetland, which deal with fields such as Sewage treatment. His research in Pollutant intersects with topics in Environmental chemistry, Effluent, Filtration and Filter.
Tim D. Fletcher mostly deals with Stormwater, Environmental engineering, Surface runoff, Hydrology and Biofilter. His Stormwater research incorporates elements of Infiltration, Water quality and Water resources. His research in Water resources tackles topics such as Environmental planning which are related to areas like Decision support system.
His Environmental engineering research includes elements of Denitrification, Water use, Hydraulic conductivity and Pollutant. His studies in Surface runoff integrate themes in fields like Urban stream, Impervious surface, Urbanization and Water resource management. The concepts of his Biofilter study are interwoven with issues in Nutrient, Eutrophication, Effluent and Nitrification.
Tim D. Fletcher mainly focuses on Stormwater, Surface runoff, Hydrology, Environmental engineering and Bioretention. His work deals with themes such as Water resource management, Baseflow, Evapotranspiration and Water resources, which intersect with Stormwater. His Surface runoff study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Watershed, Irrigation, Groundwater, Infiltration and Water balance.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Hydrology, Erosion and Urbanization is strongly linked to Sediment transport. His biological study focuses on Biofilter. His Bioretention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Introduced species, Native plant, Preferential flow, Urban forestry and Water content.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Stormwater, Surface runoff, Hydrology, Bioretention and Environmental engineering. His Stormwater study incorporates themes from Monoculture, Water resources, Baseflow, Confidence interval and Drainage. His Surface runoff research includes themes of Water balance, Coefficient of variation, Pollutant and Irrigation.
Tim D. Fletcher works mostly in the field of Hydrology, limiting it down to topics relating to Sediment transport and, in certain cases, Urban stream, Erosion, Infill and Erosion control, as a part of the same area of interest. His work in Bioretention addresses issues such as Native plant, which are connected to fields such as Lawn. He has researched Environmental engineering in several fields, including Water use and Evapotranspiration.
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SUDS, LID, BMPs, WSUD and more – The evolution and application of terminology surrounding urban drainage
Tim D. Fletcher;William Shuster;William F. Hunt;Richard Ashley.
Understanding, management and modelling of urban hydrology and its consequences for receiving waters: A state of the art
Tim D Fletcher;Herve Andrieu;Perrine Hamel.
Advances in Water Resources (2013)
Stream restoration in urban catchments through redesigning stormwater systems: looking to the catchment to save the stream
Christopher John Walsh;Timothy David Fletcher;Anthony Richard Ladson.
Journal of The North American Benthological Society (2005)
Impediments and Solutions to Sustainable, Watershed-Scale Urban Stormwater Management: Lessons from Australia and the United States
Allison H Roy;Seth J Wenger;Timothy Fletcher;Christopher John Walsh;Christopher John Walsh.
The influence of urban density and drainage infrastructure on the concentrations and loads of pollutants in small streams.
Belinda Elizabeth Hatt;Belinda Elizabeth Hatt;Timothy David Fletcher;Christopher J Walsh;Sally L Taylor.
Environmental Management (2004)
Nutrient and sediment removal by stormwater biofilters: A large-scale design optimisation study
Katia Bratieres;Timothy David Fletcher;Ana Deletic;Yaron Zinger.
Water Research (2008)
Hydrologic and pollutant removal performance of stormwater biofiltration systems at the field scale
Belinda Elizabeth Hatt;Timothy David Fletcher;Ana Deletic.
Journal of Hydrology (2009)
Nitrogen removal in constructed wetland systems
Chang-gyun Lee;Timothy Fletcher;Guangzhi Sun.
Engineering in Life Sciences (2009)
Taking the “Waste” Out of “Wastewater” for Human Water Security and Ecosystem Sustainability
Stanley B Grant;Stanley B Grant;Jean-Daniel Saphores;David L Feldman;Andrew J Hamilton.
Hydrologic shortcomings of conventional urban stormwater management and opportunities for reform
Matthew Burns;Timothy Fletcher;Timothy Fletcher;Christopher Walsh;Anthony Richard Ladson;Anthony Richard Ladson.
Landscape and Urban Planning (2012)
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