Dr James Griffiths
Dr James Griffiths
PhD (2002) Modelling the sensitivity and response of shallow landslide hydrology to climate change and vegetation in SE England and SE Spain
BA(Hons) First Class Geography with Applied Computing
Fellow of Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management (UK) since 2011
Chartered Engineer (Engineering Council, UK) since 2013
Chartered Scientist (Science Council, UK) 2014-2017
Griffiths, J., Chan, F., Shao, M., Zhu, F., Higgitt, D., 2019. Interpretation and application of Sponge City guidelines in China, Philosophical Transactions A (submitted June 2019).
Yang, J., Griffiths, J. and Zammit, C., 2019. National classification of surface–groundwater interaction using random forest machine learning technique. River Research and Applications. doi.org/10.1002/rra.3449
Griffiths, J.A., Zhu, F.-F., Shun Chan, F.K., Higgitt, D.L., 2018. Modelling the impact of sea-level rise on urban flood probability in SE China, Geoscience Frontiers (2018), doi: 10.1016/j.gsf.2018.02.012.
Tang, Y.T., Chan, F.S., O'Donnell, E., Griffiths, J., Lau, L., Higgitt, D. and Thorne, T., 2018. Aligning Ancient and Modern Approaches to Sustainable Urban Water Management in China: Ningbo as a ‘Blue‐Green City’ in the ‘Sponge City’ Campaign. Journal of Flood Risk Management, p.e12451.Chan, F.K.S., Griffiths, J.A., Higgitt, D., Xu, S., Zhu, F., Tang, Y.T., Xu, Y. and Thorne, C.R., 2018. “Sponge City” in China—A breakthrough of planning and flood risk management in the urban context. Land use policy, 76, pp.772-778.
Khaba, L. and Griffiths, J. 2017. Calculation of reservoir capacity loss due to sediment deposition in the ‘Muela reservoir, Northern Lesotho, International Soil and Water Conservation Research, Volume 5, Issue 2, Pages 130–140.
Griffiths, J.A., Chan, F.K.S., Zhu, F., Wang, V. and Higgitt, D.L., 2017. Reach-scale variation surface water quality in a reticular canal system in the lower Yangtze River Delta region, China. Journal of Environmental Management, 196, pp.80-90.
Tang, Y-T, Chan, F.K. and Griffiths, J. 2015. City Profile: Ningbo, Cities, 42: Part A; 97-108.
Griffiths, J., 2014. Teaching ‘Digital Earth’ Technologies in Environmental Sciences, ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Volume II-6: p1-6.
Chan, F., Wright, N., Cheng, X-T and Griffiths, J. 2013. After Sandy: Re-thinking Flood Risk Management in Asian Coastal Megacities, Nat. Hazards Rev. 5:101-103
Griffiths, J., Connelly, R. and Harding, W. 2008. The importance of mine water balance and the benefit of early data collection, Mining Journal, 08.
Griffiths, J., Nutter, J., Binley, Crook, N., Young, A. and Pates, J. 2007. Variability of dissolved CO2 in the Pang and Lambourn Chalk rivers, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 11(2), 328-339.
Griffiths, J., Binley, A., Crook, N., Nutter, J., Young, A. and Fletcher, S. 2006. Streamflow generation in the Pang and Lambourn catchments, Berkshire, UK, Journal of Hydrology, 330:71-83.