The following is a list of publications by R E Manley
and others dealing with HYSIM and related hydrological topics.
1975 A hydrologic model with physically realistic parameters, UNESCO symposium, Bratislava.
1977 The soil moisture component of mathematical models, J. of Hydrology.
1977 Improving the accuracy of flow measurement, Water Services.
1978 Calibration of Hydrologic Model Using Optimisation Technique, Journal Hydraulics Div., A.S.C.E.
1978 Hydrological model in water resources planning, Proc.I.C.E.
1978 Simulation of flow in ungauged basins, Hyd. Sci. Bulletin
1978 Development of a flow data bank, UNESCO symposium, Leningrad
1978 HYSIM - a general purpose hydrologic model, Pisa symposium (Pergamon Press - 1982)
1980 Mathematical models for flow forecasting, UNESCO symposium, Oxford. (Co-author with J.Pirt and R.Douglas)
1986 Technology Transfer of hydrometeorological applications to developing countries, Am. Met. Soc. Symposium, Miami (Co-author with J.Nemec).
1987 HYDRONIGER project, WMO symposium, Toulouse (Co-author with J-R Thiebaux).
1989 Operational Hydrology Problems in the Humid Tropics , in Bonnel, Hufschmidt and Gladwell, Hydrology and Water Management in the Humid Tropics, Cambridge University Press, 1993 (Co-author with A.Askew).
1990 The possible effects of reduced inflows to Lake Toba on Power and Aluminium production. International Conference on Lake Toba, Jakarta, Indonesia.(co-author with F.A.K. Farquharson and D.G.Knott).
1993 The IUCN Review of the Southern Okavango Integrated Water Development Project, IUCN. Co-author/editor with T Scudder et al).
1994 The Long-term Development of a Hydrological Model, First International Conference of Hydroinformatics, Delft, The Netherlands.
1994 The Review of the Southern Okavango Integrated Water Development Project, International Conference on Integrated River Basin Development, Wallingford, England. (Co-author with E.W. Wright).
1995 River basin development and management, proceedings of workshop on Water Resources use of the Zambezi Basin, ed T Matiza et al, IUCN
1999 High resolution climate change scenarios: implications for British runoff, C Pilling and JAA Jones, Hydrological Processes.
2003. Climate Scenarios For Mid Century And Some Preliminary Perspectives On Engineering Implications. Charlton, R., Sweeney, J., Fealy, R., Murphy, C., and Moore, S. National hydrology conference.
2005. Implications of climate change for river regimes in Wales – a comparison of scenarios and models J. A. A. Jones, N. C. Mountain, C. G. Pilling & C. P. Holt. Fourth Inter-Celtic Hydrology Colloquium.
2006. Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Water Supply and Flood Hazard in Ireland Using Statistical Downscaling and Hydrological Modelling Techniques. Rosemary Charlton , Rowan Fealy, Sonja Moore, John Sweeney and Conor Murphy. Climatic Change, Vol 74.
2006 The reliability of an ‘off-the-shelf’ conceptual rainfall runoff model for use in climate impact assessment: uncertainty quantification using Latin hypercube sampling. Rosemary Charlton , Rowan Fealy, and Conor Murphy, Area, Vol 38.
2006 Changing Precipitation Scenarios: Preliminary Implications for Groundwater Flow Systems and Planning, Conor Murphy, Rowan Fealy, Ro Charlton and John Sweeney, National hydrology conference.
2006 Climate Change Impact On Catchment Hydrology & Water Resources. For Selected Catchments In Ireland. Conor Murphy and Ro Charlton, Irish Climate Analysis and Research UnitS (ICARUS), NUI Maynooth. National hydrology conference.
2008. Hydrology simulation of the Vardar River. Manley, Ronald. Dimitrievski, Ljupco, Andovska, Sandra. BALWOIS conference.