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Richard Johnson – Bath Spa University

Personal Statement

I have been a member of the Geography community at Bath Spa University since 2011, having previously worked as a Geomorphologist and Project Manager for a large UK engineering consultancy. Prior to this, I was a Lecturer in Physical Geography and Geography Course Leader at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN). My degrees are from Nottingham (BSc Hons) and Durham (PhD). I specialise in upland/mountain geomorphology, applied fluvial geomorphology and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in High Mountains. 

Research Overview

My research has disciplinary and multi-disciplinary perspectives. These include:

  1. Sediment fluxes in mountainous catchments using a combination of traditional and digital technologies [TLS and dGPS], flood geomorphology/palaeohydrology of mountain rivers
  2. The appraisal of hazard/risk/vulnerability/resilience/disaster risk reduction strategies in mountain catchments.

These investigations apply scientific, film and multi-disciplinary approaches to the benefit of societal stakeholders. Current work focuses on two regions: (1) Indian Himalayas; (2) English Lake District and Northern England.

International Research Projects

I am the UK lead for a series of collaborative research/placement projects in India, including:

1. UGC-UKIERI 'HiFlo-DAT', which is building a historical flood database, from documentary sources, for the Kullu District in Himachal Pradesh

2. Pathways to Resilience, which adopts interdisciplinary approaches to hazard and disaster knowledge, seeking to empower lasting impact to bolster disaster resilience in India's Kullu District

3. Turing Scheme (2022-2023) placements in partnership with the University of Delhi and the GB Pant National Institute of Himalayan Environment in the Uttarakhand Himalaya

Hazard, Risk and Disaster (HRD) Research Group

I am Director of HRD at Bath Spa University. The Hazard, Risk and Disaster Research Group is concerned with the complex problems afflicting environment and society, and works with partners to influence policy and practice. Our expertise spans the science, social-sciences and the humanities. We provide a hub for the generation and sharing of knowledge. 

We host a successful research lecture series, providing an online stage for international knowledge sharing. Upcoming events are listed on our events page, and are free to join. These are accessible to all, bringing particular relevance to Bath Spa University course applicants, our students, alumni, researchers and policy makers globally.

Applied Geomorphological Consultancy Services

I provide applied geomorphological services to national and international clients particularly considering issues associated with rivers and landslides. My particular areas of expertise relates to river catchments, including the characterisation/reconnaissance of channel corridors; flood impact and sediment dynamics assessments; appraisal of engineering structure addition or removal; and integrated channel restoration and design. I continue to provide specialist professional advice to clients on these issues. In recognition of my practice and continuing professional development in these fields I am both a Chartered Geologist (CGeol) and Geomorphologist (CGeog [Geomorph]).

Teaching

I am Module Leader for:

  1. GEO4001-20 'Geographical Skills'- a hands on module to provide foundations of geographical expertise in laboratory, field, IT and desk environments
  2. GEO5103-20 ‘Geomorphology and Environmental Hazards’- a societally relevant module exploring geomorphological systems and natural hazard processes, risk and resilience in society. This includes engagement with risk management professionals. 
  3. GEO5101-20 ‘Geographical Fieldwork’- our flagship fieldtrip experience, bringing an exciting and challenging international fieldwork module which explores the impacts of hazard processes and development pressures in Northern India (Indio-Gangetic Plains and the Himalayas in Himachal Pradesh) in partnership with Indian HEIs, government agencies, NGOs and the local community. Explore our videos here: India Fieldtrip OverviewIndia Fieldtrip- Physical GeographyIndia Fieldtrip- Human Geography and Global Development
  4. GE6001-40 'Dissertation'- a supervised, but student self-led final year research project.

I also contribute to a number of other modules here at Bath Spa (undergraduate and postgraduate) particularly in our RGS-IBG accredited Geography and Global Development and Sustainability courses, drawing on my combined academic and commercial backgrounds. As well as delivering cutting edge material in my own modules, I continually develop my teaching experience and professional skills through training events and peer review. I hold FHEA status. 

Academic qualifications

  • BSc (Hons) - University of Nottingham
  • PhD - Durham University.

Professional qualifications

  • FRGS
  • CGeog (Geomorph)
  • FHEA.

Professional memberships

  • Fellow - Royal Geographical Society (with the IBG)
  • Fellow - Geological Society (London)
  • Member - British Society for Geomorphology (BSG)
  • Member - Cumberland Geological Society
  • Member - Association of Punjab Geographers.

Other external roles

  • Scientific editor - Punjab Geographer
  • Expert peer reviewer - Geomorphology, Geografiska Annaler A, ICIMOD, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Pearson Education, Science of the Total Environment. 

Teaching specialisms

  • Mountain/upland Geomorphology
  • Fluvial Geomorphology
  • Applied Geomorphology
  • Research methods
  • International field work in India.

Research and academic outputs

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Small hydro and environmental justice: lessons from the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh
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Diduck, A.P, Johnson, R.M, Edwards, E, Sinclair, A.J, Gardner, J and Patel, K (2021) 'Small hydro and environmental justice: lessons from the Kullu District of Himachal Pradesh.' In: Diduck, A.P, Patel, K and Malik, A.K, eds. Advancing environmental justice for marginalized communities in India: progress, challenges and opportunities. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 101-118. ISBN 9780367692810


Impact assessment, small hydro and environmental justice in India
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Diduck, A.P, Johnson, R.M, Edwards, E, Sinclair, A.J, Gardner, J.S and Patel, K (2018) 'Impact assessment, small hydro and environmental justice in India.' In: IAIA18 Conference Proceedings - Environmental Justice in Societies in Transition: 38th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment, 16-19 May 2018, Durban, South Africa. IAIA.


Village heritage and resilience in damaging floods and debris flows, Kullu Valley, Indian Himalaya
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Johnson, R.M, Edwards, E, Gardner, J and Mohan, B (2014) 'Village heritage and resilience in damaging floods and debris flows, Kullu Valley, Indian Himalaya.' In: Convery, I, Corsane, G and Davis, P, eds. Displaced heritage: responses to disaster, trauma, and loss. Boydell Press, Woodbridge, pp. 207-224. ISBN 9781843839637


Spatial and short-term sediment budget dynamics of a mountain torrent
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Johnson, R.M (2006) 'Spatial and short-term sediment budget dynamics of a mountain torrent.' In: Beylich, A, ed. Abstracts and Proceedings of the Geological Society of Norway. Norsk Geologiske Forening, Trondheim, p. 47. ISBN 8292394338


Episodic discharge of coarse sediment in a mountain torrent
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Johnson, R.M and Warburton, J (2006) 'Episodic discharge of coarse sediment in a mountain torrent.' In: Rowan, J, Duck, R and Werrity, A, eds. Sediment Dynamics and Hydromorphology of Fluvial Systems. IAHS Publications, Dundee, pp. 64-71.


Regional assessment of contemporary debris flow activity in Lake District mountain catchments, northern England: occurrence, scale, and process
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Johnson, R.M and Warburton, J (2003) 'Regional assessment of contemporary debris flow activity in Lake District mountain catchments, northern England: occurrence, scale, and process.' In: Rickenmann, D and Chen, C, eds. Debris flow hazards mitigation: mechanics, production and assessment. MillPress, Rotterdam, pp. 965-976. ISBN 907701778X


Accelerating Disaster Risk Reduction: policy & practice change to empower local community partnerships
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Johnson, R.M, Kuniyal, J.C, Chand, K and Edwards, E (2020) 'Accelerating Disaster Risk Reduction: policy & practice change to empower local community partnerships.' southasiadisasters.net, 186. p. 9.


Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in the Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh: developing pathways to enhanced resilience in mountain regions
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Kuniyal, J.C, Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2019) 'Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in the Kullu District, Himachal Pradesh: developing pathways to enhanced resilience in mountain regions.' Current Science, 117 (4). pp. 557-559. ISSN 0011-3891


An evaluation of a low-cost pole aerial photography (PAP) and structure from motion (SfM) approach for topographic surveying of small rivers
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Visser, F, Woodget, A, Skellern, A, Forsey, J, Warburton, J and Johnson, R.M (2019) 'An evaluation of a low-cost pole aerial photography (PAP) and structure from motion (SfM) approach for topographic surveying of small rivers.' International Journal of Remote Sensing, 40 (24). pp. 9321-9351. ISSN 0143-1161


Community vulnerability and resilience in disaster risk reduction: an example from Phojal Nalla, Himachal Pradesh, India.
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Johnson, R.M, Edwards, E, Gardner, J.S and Diduck, A.P (2018) 'Community vulnerability and resilience in disaster risk reduction: an example from Phojal Nalla, Himachal Pradesh, India.' Regional Environmental Change, 18 (7). pp. 2073-2087. ISSN 1436-3798


Sediment erosion dynamics of a gullied debris slide: a medium-term record
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Johnson, R.M and Warburton, J (2015) 'Sediment erosion dynamics of a gullied debris slide: a medium-term record.' Catena, 127. pp. 152-169. ISSN 0341-8162


Reactivation of the coastal landslide system at Cayton Bay, North Yorkshire, UK
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Johnson, R.M and Fish, P (2012) 'Reactivation of the coastal landslide system at Cayton Bay, North Yorkshire, UK.' Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society, 59 (1). pp. 77-89. ISSN 2041-4811


Evaluating the significance of event and post-event sediment dynamics in a first order tributary using multiple sediment budgets
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Johnson, R.M, Warburton, J, Mills, A and Winter, C (2010) 'Evaluating the significance of event and post-event sediment dynamics in a first order tributary using multiple sediment budgets.' Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography, 92 (2). pp. 189-209. ISSN 1468-0459


Hillslope–channel sediment transfer in a slope failure event: Wet Swine Gill, Lake District, northern England
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Johnson, R.M, Warburton, J and Mills, A (2008) 'Hillslope–channel sediment transfer in a slope failure event: Wet Swine Gill, Lake District, northern England.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 33 (3). pp. 394-413. ISSN 1096-9837


Significance of event versus post-event sediment transfer processes in a UK upland sediment system
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Johnson, R.M and Warburton, J (2008) 'Significance of event versus post-event sediment transfer processes in a UK upland sediment system.' NGU Rapport, 2008 (058). ISSN 0800-3416


Assessment of shallow landslide activity following the January 2005 storm, North Cumbria
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Johnson, R.M, Warburton, J and Milledge, D (2008) 'Assessment of shallow landslide activity following the January 2005 storm, North Cumbria.' Proceedings of the Cumberland Geological Society, 7 (3). pp. 263-284.


Spatial and short-term sediment budget dynamics of a mountain torrent
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Johnson, R.M (2006) 'Spatial and short-term sediment budget dynamics of a mountain torrent.' NGU Rapport, 069. p. 47. ISSN 0800-3416


Variability in sediment supply, transfer and deposition in an upland torrent system: Iron Crag, northern England
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Johnson, R.M and Warburton, J (2006) 'Variability in sediment supply, transfer and deposition in an upland torrent system: Iron Crag, northern England.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 31 (7). pp. 844-861. ISSN 1096-9837


Wildfire
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Johnson, R.M (2004) 'Wildfire.' Planet Earth. pp. 14-15. ISSN 1479-2605


Mountain torrents
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Johnson, R.M (2004) 'Mountain torrents.' Geography Review, 17 (5). pp. 24-26. ISSN 0950-7035


Discussion on 'the extent of soil erosion in upland England and Wales'
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Johnson, R.M, Warburton, J and Evans, M (2003) 'Discussion on 'the extent of soil erosion in upland England and Wales'.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 28 (2). pp. 219-223. ISSN 1096-9837


Flooding and geomorphic impacts in a mountain torrent: Raise Beck, central Lake District, England
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Johnson, R.M and Warburton, J (2002) 'Flooding and geomorphic impacts in a mountain torrent: Raise Beck, central Lake District, England.' Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 27 (9). pp. 945-969. ISSN 1096-9837


Annual sediment budget of a UK mountain torrent
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Johnson, R.M and Warburton, J (2002) 'Annual sediment budget of a UK mountain torrent.' Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography, 84 (2). pp. 73-88. ISSN 1468-0459


Torrent erosion in Lake District mountain catchments
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Johnson, R.M, Warburton, J and Burt, T (2002) 'Torrent erosion in Lake District mountain catchments.' JNCC Report, 319. ISSN 0963-8091


DRR in Himachal Pradesh: the ‘HiFlo-DAT’ flood database
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Johnson, R.M (2022) DRR in Himachal Pradesh: the ‘HiFlo-DAT’ flood database. In: 1st Global Summit on Sustainable Science and Technology, 15 - 16 Sept 2022, Adamas University, Kolkata, India [online].


‘HiFlo-DAT’: a historical flood database for the Kullu District - 1846 to present’
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Johnson, R.M (2022) ‘HiFlo-DAT’: a historical flood database for the Kullu District - 1846 to present’. In: International Conference on Extreme Weather Events under Changing Climate, 10 - 11 March 2022, Kullu, India [online].


Dynamic reflection - the global pandemic 2022: linkage to flood ‘Disaster Risk Reduction’
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Johnson, R.M (2022) Dynamic reflection - the global pandemic 2022: linkage to flood ‘Disaster Risk Reduction’. In: International Conference on Climate Change, Natural Hazards and Sustainable Livelihoods, 12 - 13 March 2022, University of Delhi, Delhi, India [online].


Reflections on the global Covid-19 journey in 2022: linkage to ‘SDGs’ & flood ‘Disaster Risk Reduction’
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Johnson, R.M (2022) Reflections on the global Covid-19 journey in 2022: linkage to ‘SDGs’ & flood ‘Disaster Risk Reduction’. In: UGC-HRDC Short Term Course in Disaster Management, January 2022, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, India [online].


Reflections on the global Covid-19 journey: linkage to ‘SDGs’ & Flood ‘Disaster Risk Reduction’
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Johnson, R.M (2021) Reflections on the global Covid-19 journey: linkage to ‘SDGs’ & Flood ‘Disaster Risk Reduction’. In: ICDP International Conference on Future Challenges and Sustainable Development Goals: Science to Policy Framework, 16 - 18 April 2021, University of Delhi, Delhi, India [online].


Accelerating Disaster Risk Reduction in the Indian Himalayan Region.
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Johnson, R.M and Edwards, E (2020) Accelerating Disaster Risk Reduction in the Indian Himalayan Region. In: GB Pant NIHE Webinar - Adaptation & Resilience Building Challenges for the Himalayan Communities: Climate Change & Covid-19, 4 September 2020, Almora, India [online].


HiFlo-DAT: Indian Himalayan Flood Database, for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Kullu District
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Johnson, R.M, Edwards, E and Jeffers, J.M (2019) HiFlo-DAT: Indian Himalayan Flood Database, for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Kullu District. In: PAGES' Floods Working Group Workshop - Floods in a Warmer World: Insights from Paleohydrology, 11 - 13 November 2019, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland.


HiFlo-DAT: Indian Himalayan Flood Database, for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Kullu District
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Johnson, R.M (2019) HiFlo-DAT: Indian Himalayan Flood Database, for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Kullu District. In: 13th IGU India Conference, 19 - 21 October 2019, Central University of Haryana, India.


HiFlo-DAT: Indian Himalayan Flood Database, for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Kullu District
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Johnson, R.M (2019) HiFlo-DAT: Indian Himalayan Flood Database, for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Kullu District. In: Delhi School of Economics Public Lecture Series, October 2019, Delhi, India.


HiFlo-DAT: Indian Himalayan Flood Database, for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Kullu District
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Johnson, R.M, Edwards, E, Jeffers, J.M, Kuniyal, J.C, Mishra, H, Pandey, B.W, Phillips, V, Roy, N, Seviour, J, Sharma, D.D, Sharma, P, Sharma, V, Singh, H and Singh, R.B (2019) HiFlo-DAT: Indian Himalayan Flood Database, for Disaster Risk Reduction in the Kullu District. In: British Society for Geomorphology Meeting, 9 - 11 September 2019, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK.


Indian Himalayan flood research: applications for hydro-electric power development & disaster risk reduction, Kullu Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2018) Indian Himalayan flood research: applications for hydro-electric power development & disaster risk reduction, Kullu Valley, Himachal Pradesh, India. In: Open Geography Lecture, 11 April 2018, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India.


Changing landscapes research group Indian Himalayas research
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Johnson, R.M (2017) Changing landscapes research group Indian Himalayas research. In: Global Challenges Research Fund Global Engagement Meeting, 7 - 9 November 2017, Delhi, India.


‘Science’- of value to hazard & disaster challenges; an exposé on interdisciplinary research
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2017) ‘Science’- of value to hazard & disaster challenges; an exposé on interdisciplinary research. In: IISER Mohali Workshop Series, 25 April 2017, Mohali Punjab, India.


The impact of extreme floods on steep upland catchments
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Warburton, J, Johnson, R.M and Kincey, M (2017) The impact of extreme floods on steep upland catchments. In: Environment Agency: Cumbria Floods Partnership Workshop, 11 January 2017, Penrith, UK.


‘Science’- of value to hazard & disaster challenges; an exposé on interdisciplinary research
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2016) ‘Science’- of value to hazard & disaster challenges; an exposé on interdisciplinary research. In: Environmental Humanities: Doing Interdisciplinarity with Depth: A Public Forum, 15 - 16 December 2016, Bath Spa University, Corsham, UK.


Sediment source connectivity, torrent erosion and sediment delivery during a record-breaking UK flood
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Warburton, J, Johnson, R.M and Kincey, M (2016) Sediment source connectivity, torrent erosion and sediment delivery during a record-breaking UK flood. In: AGU Fall Meeting, 12 - 16 December 2016, San Francisco, USA.


Sediment source connectivity, torrent erosion and sediment delivery during a record-breaking UK flood
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Johnson, R.M (2016) Sediment source connectivity, torrent erosion and sediment delivery during a record-breaking UK flood. In: AGU Fall Meeting, 12 - 16 December 2016, San Francisco, USA.


Sediment delivery and catchment impacts from upland torrent erosion during a record-breaking UK flood
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2016) Sediment delivery and catchment impacts from upland torrent erosion during a record-breaking UK flood. In: 5th International Paleoflood Conference, 12 -15 September 2016, Rapid City, SD, USA.


Catastrophic palaeoflood impacts and lessons for contemporary hydro-electric power development
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2016) Catastrophic palaeoflood impacts and lessons for contemporary hydro-electric power development. In: 5th International Paleoflood Conference, 12 -15 September 2016, Rapid City, SD, USA.


Assessing small hydro in the Indian Himalaya
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Diduck, A, Johnson, R.M, Edwards, E, Sinclair, J, Dinesh, P and Gardner, J (2016) Assessing small hydro in the Indian Himalaya. In: IAIA16: Resilience and Sustainability, 11 - 14 May 2016, Nagoya Congress Center, Aichi-Nagoya, Japan.


Floods impacting the vulnerability and resilience of mountain communities
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2016) Floods impacting the vulnerability and resilience of mountain communities. In: Himachal Pradesh University Seminar Series, 12 April 2016, Shimla, India.


Geohazards impacting the vulnerability and resilience of mountain communities
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2016) Geohazards impacting the vulnerability and resilience of mountain communities. In: University of Delhi, GeoForum Seminar Series, 8 April 2016, University of Delhi, Delhi, India.


Community heritage and resilience in Indian Himalayan landscapes changed by disastrous flood events
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Edwards, E, Johnson, R.M, Gardner, J and Diduck, A (2016) Community heritage and resilience in Indian Himalayan landscapes changed by disastrous flood events. In: Landscaping Change, 29-31 March 2016, Bath.


Understanding the vulnerability and resilience of mountain communities: an appraisal of the Phojal Nalla watershed, Himachal Pradesh, India
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Johnson, R.M, Edwards, E, Gardner, J and Diduck, A (2015) Understanding the vulnerability and resilience of mountain communities: an appraisal of the Phojal Nalla watershed, Himachal Pradesh, India. In: Perth III: Mountains of Our Future Earth, 4-8 October 2015, Perth, UK.


Dynamics and impacts of the 1994 Phojal Nalla flood disaster, Indian Himalaya
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Johnson, R.M, Edwards, E, Gardner, J, Kuniyal, J.C, Sharma, D.D and Thakur, B.R (2015) Dynamics and impacts of the 1994 Phojal Nalla flood disaster, Indian Himalaya. In: Perth III: Mountains of Our Future Earth, 4-8 October 2015, Perth,UK.


A re-evaluation of the 1994 Phojal Nalla flood: physical & societal impacts
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Johnson, R.M and Edwards, E (2014) A re-evaluation of the 1994 Phojal Nalla flood: physical & societal impacts. In: Riddell Faculty Seminar Series, 25 November 2014, University of Manitoba, Canada.


Reactivation of a coastal landslide system at Cayton Bay, North Yorkshire
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Johnson, R.M and Fish, P (2014) Reactivation of a coastal landslide system at Cayton Bay, North Yorkshire. In: Yorkshire Geological Society and Yorkshire Regional Group Meeting, November 2014, York St John University.


Developing the research-teaching nexus using a local fieldwork project
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Johnson, R.M, Simm, D, Edwards, E and Skellern, A (2014) Developing the research-teaching nexus using a local fieldwork project. In: RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, 26 - 29 August 2014, Kensington Gore, London.


Natural hazards, vulnerability and risk in northern India
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2014) Natural hazards, vulnerability and risk in northern India. In: RGS-IBG Public Lecture at BRLSI, 19 June 2014, BRLSI, Bath, UK.


Catastrophic flooding and community resilience in the Indian Himalaya
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2014) Catastrophic flooding and community resilience in the Indian Himalaya. In: Environmental Science Conference Series, April 2014, Academic Staff College, Himachal Pardesh University, Shimla, India.


Telling the Phojal Nalla digital story
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2014) Telling the Phojal Nalla digital story. In: HEA-ESD Conference, March 2014, Bath, UK.


Geotechnologies for geographical research
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2014) Geotechnologies for geographical research. In: Environmental Science Refresher Course, April 2014, Academic Staff College, Himachal Pardesh University, Shimla, India.


Terrestrial lasers scanners at the Combe Hay lock flight
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Skellern, A and Johnson, R.M (2013) Terrestrial lasers scanners at the Combe Hay lock flight. In: Research Celebration Week, 11 November 2013, Combe Hay Lock Flight, Bath.


Hazard, vulnerability and risk in the Indian Himalaya
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Edwards, E and Johnson, R.M (2013) Hazard, vulnerability and risk in the Indian Himalaya. In: RGS-IBG Public Lecture, November 2013, BRLSI, Bath, UK.


Application of repeat terrestrial laser scanning for river asset management, Seagry Weir, River Avon, Wiltshire
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Johnson, R.M, Skellern, A, Edwards, E, Johns, T, Williams, P and Wood, M (2012) Application of repeat terrestrial laser scanning for river asset management, Seagry Weir, River Avon, Wiltshire. In: Knowledge exchange workshop on terrestrial laser scanning, 2 April - 3 April 2012, University of Leicester, Leicester, England.


Scanning the past, Iron Age dwellings near Glastonbury, Somerset
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Johnson, R.M, Skellern, A, Edwards, E, Brunning, R and Cooke, S (2012) Scanning the past, Iron Age dwellings near Glastonbury, Somerset. In: Knowledge exchange workshop on terrestrial laser scanning, 2 April - 3 April 2012, University of Leicester, Leicester, England.


Earth, water, wind and fire: sediment dynamics in the English Lake District
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Johnson, R.M (2011) Earth, water, wind and fire: sediment dynamics in the English Lake District. In: Environmental and Social Research Seminar Series, November 2011, Bath.


Torrent erosion in Lake District mountain catchments
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Johnson, R.M (2001) Torrent erosion in Lake District mountain catchments. PhD thesis, Durham University.


Assessment of torrent erosion impacts on the eastern flank of Thirlmere Reservoir and A591 (Cumbria) following Storm Desmond 2015
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Johnson, R.M (2016) Assessment of torrent erosion impacts on the eastern flank of Thirlmere Reservoir and A591 (Cumbria) following Storm Desmond 2015. United Utilities.


Pathways to Resilience [webpage]
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Johnson, R.M and Edwards, E (2020) Pathways to Resilience [webpage].


Accelerating change: engaging local communities in disaster risk reduction in the Indian Himalayan region
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Johnson, R.M, Kuniyal, J.C, Chand, K, Diduck, A, Edwards, E, Gardner, J, Pandey, B.W, Sharma, D.D and Singh, P (2020) Accelerating change: engaging local communities in disaster risk reduction in the Indian Himalayan region. Science Policy Brief,.


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