Leader of the National Hydrological Monitoring Programme – maintaining the associated publication programme (routine reports, scientific papers, web postings and briefing material). Providing hydrological and hydrometric guidance and support within and outwith CEH.
The detection and attribution of hydrological trends. Design, evolution and optimisation of hydrometric networks and the performance of monitoring sites. Maximising the use and utility of nationally collated hydrometric data.
See also the NERC Open Research Archive.
Marsh, Terry and Harvey, Catherine, L. 2012. The Thames flood series: a lack of trend in flood magnitude and a decline in maximum levels. Hydrology Research 43.3, 203-214.
Marsh, Terry 2012. Droughts and water management in England and Wales – with particular reference to reservoirs and lakes. Encyclopedia of Lakes and Reservoirs (Eds: Bengsston, Lars, Herschy, Reginald W. and Fairbairn, Rhodes W.), Springer. pp 208-11
Marsh, T.J. and Hannaford, J. 2007. The Summer 2007 floods in England & Wales – a hydrological appraisal. National Hydrological Monitoring Programme. CEH/BGS. 32 pages.
Marsh, T.J., Cole, G.A. and Wilby, R.L. 2007. Major droughts in England and Wales 1800-2006. Weather 62, 87-93.
Hannaford, J. and Marsh T.J. 2006. An assessment of trends in UK runoff and low flows using a network of undisturbed catchments. Int. J. Clim. 26, 1237-1253.
Marsh, T.J., Greenfield, B.J. and Hannaford, J.A. 2005. The River Thames flood of November 1894 – a reappraisal of the maximum flow. ICE Water Management 158, 103-110
Marsh, T.J. and Anderson J.L. 2002. Assessing the Water Resources of Scotland - perspectives, progress and problems. Sci. Total Environ. 294, 1, 13-27
Marsh, T.J. and Dale M. 2002. The UK floods of 2000/01 – a hydrometeorological appraisal. CIWEM J. 16, No.3, 180-188
Marsh T.J 1998. Maximising the utility of hydrometric data. In: Hydrometry Principles and Practices (Ed. R.W. Herschy), John Wiley, 291-316.
Marsh T.J. 1996. The 1995 drought - evidence for climatic instability? J. ICE Water, Maritime and Energy 118, Sept., 189-195.