Supporting Literature
Contact Support

Core methods

[1]   T.R. Kjeldsen, E.J. Stewart, J.C. Packman, S.S. Folwell & A.C. Bayliss, 2005. Revitalisation of the FSR/FEH rainfall-runoff method. Defra R&D Technical Report FD1913/TR

[2]   Environment Agency, 2012, Estimating flood peaks and hydrographs for small catchments: Phase 1, SC090031

[3]   Kjeldsen, T. R., Miller, J. D. and Packman, J. C., 2013. Modelling design flood hydrographs in catchments with mixed urban and rural land cover. Hydrology Research, 44 (6), pp. 1040-1057.

[4]   WHS, 2016. Revitalised Flood Hydrograph Model ReFH2: Technical Guidance, pp 67.

Supporting documents

[5]   Bayliss, A.C., Black, K.B., Fava-Verde, A. and Kjeldsen, T.R., 2006. URBEXT2000 – a new FEH catchment descriptor. R&D Technical Report FD1919/TR, Department of Food, Agriculture and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), London.

[6]   WHS, 2018. Applying ReFH2 FEH13 in clay dominated catchments.

[7]   WHS, 2018. Adjusting BFIHOST in Scotland.