Peer reviewed journal articles
Darby, Stephen E., Leyland, Julian, Kummu, Matti, Rasanen, Timo and Lauri, Hannu (2013) Decoding the drivers of bank erosion on the Mekong River: the roles of the Asian monsoon, tropical storms and snow melt. Water Resources Research, 49, (4), 2146-2163. doi:10.1002/wrcr.20205
Hackney, Christopher R, Darby, Stephen E. and Leyland, Julian (2013) Modelling the response of soft cliffs to climate change: a statistical, process-response model using accumulated excess energy. Geomorphology, 187, 108-121. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.01.005
Hodge, Rebecca, Sear, David A. and Leyland, Julian (2013) Spatial variations in surface sediment structure in riffle-pool sequences: a preliminary test of the Differential Sediment Entrainment Hypothesis (DSEH). Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38, (5) doi:10.1002/esp.3290
Nield, Joanna M., Chiverrell, Richard C., Darby, Stephen E., Leyland, Julian, Vircavs, Larisa H. and Jacobs, Benjamin (2013) Complex spatial feedbacks of tephra redistribution, ice melt and surface roughness modulate ablation on tephra covered glaciers. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38, (1), 95-102. doi:10.1002/esp.3352.
Darby, Stephen E., Trieu, Hai Q., Carling, Paul A., Sarkkula, Juha, Koponen, Jorma, Kummu, Matti, Conlan, Iwona and Leyland, Julian (2010) A physically based model to predict hydraulic erosion of fine-grained riverbanks: The role of form roughness in limiting erosion. Journal of Geophysical Research, 115, (F04003), 1-20. doi:10.1029/2010JF001708
Leyland, Julian and Darby, Stephen E. (2009) Effects of Holocene climate and sea-level changes on coastal gully evolution: insights from numerical modelling [In special issue: Gully Erosion Processes: Monitoring and Modelling]. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 34, (14), 1878-1893. doi:10.1002/esp.1872.
Leyland, Julian and Darby, Stephen E. (2008) An empirical-conceptual gully evolution model for channelled sea cliffs. Geomorphology, 102, (3-4), 419-434. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2008.04.017.
Leyland, J. and Darby, S. E., 2007. Long Term Evolution of Incised Coastal Channels on the Isle of Wight, UK: Insights from Numerical Modelling., IV International Symposium on Gully Erosion. The Public University of Navarre, Pamplona, Spain.
Norton, T., Leyland, J. and Darby, S. E., 2006. Modelling flow, erosion and long term evolution of incising channels: managing hydrology and geomorphology for ecology. In: Sediment Dynamics and the Hydromorphology of Fluvial Systems (Proceedings of a symposium held in Dundee, UK, July 2006). IAHS Publ. 306, 2006, 205-213.
Leyland, J., Darby, S.E., Rinaldi, M., Teruggi, L. and Ostuni, D. 2012. Dynamic feedbacks between flow, erosion and evolving river bank roughness revealed
through repeat high-resolution topographic surveys. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2012, abstract #EP31C-0823
Vircavs, L.H., Nield, J., Leyland, J. and Darby, S.E. 2012 A Comparison of Aerodynamic Roughness and Surface Roughness Measurements Derived from Terrestrial Laser Scanning Over Ice and Sandar Surfaces. EGU General Assembly 2012, Vienna.
Leyland, J. and Darby, S.E., 2011. Can Landscape Evolution Models (LEMs) be used to reconstruct palaeo-climate and sea-level histories? American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2011, abstract #EP31A-0797.
Nield, J., Darby, S.E. and Leyland, J. 2009. Glacier Surface Ablation and Roughness Measurements Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning for Energy Budget Model Applications. IAG Summer Meeting, Melbourne.
Leyland, J. and Darby, S.E., 2008. Exploring the Holocene evolution of incised coastal gullies using a reduced complexity modelling approach. British Society for Geomorphology annual meeting, Exeter.
Leyland, J. and Darby, S.E., 2006. Holocene Evolution of Incised Coastal Channels on the Isle of Wight, UK: Interpretation via Numerical Simulation. Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meeting Supplement, H51G-0559, 87(52).
Leyland, J. and Darby, S.E., 2005. An Empirical-Conceptual Model for the Formation and Evolution of Incised Coastal Channels: The `Chines’ of the Isle of Wight, England. Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meeting Supplement, H53D-0513, 86(52).
Leyland, J. 2009. Modelling the Holocene evolution of coastal gullies on the Isle of Wight. University of Southampton, School of Geography, Doctoral Thesis, 355pp.