Publications

Penny, G., Srinivasan, V., Apoorva, R., Jeremiah, K., Peschel, J., Young, S., and Thompson S., 2020 (accepted). A process-based approach to attribution of historical streamfow decline in a data-scarce and human-dominated watershed. Hydrological Processes.

Penny, G., Rahman, M.M., Mondal, M.S, Zaman, M.H., Kryston, A., M. Salehin, M., Nahar, Q., Islam, M.S., Bolster, D., Tank, J.L, Müller, M.F., 2019. Salinization in large river deltas: Drivers, impacts and socio-hydrological feedbacks. Water Security.

Penny, G., Goddard, J.J., 2018. Resilience principles in socio-hydrology: A case study review. Water Security.

Penny, G., Srinivasan V., Dronova. I., Lele S., and Thompson S., 2018. Spatial characterization of long-term hydrological change in the Arkavathy watershed adjacent to Bangalore, India. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences.

Young, S., Peschel J., Penny, G., Thompson, S., Srinivasan, V., 2017. Robot-Assisted Measurement for Socio-Hydrologic Understanding in Data Sparse Regions. Water.

Srinivasan, V., Thompson, S., Madhyastha, K., Penny, G., Jeremiah, K., & Lele, S., 2015. Why is the Arkavathy River drying? A multiple-hypothesis approach in a data-scarce region. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences.

Penny, G., Daniels, K. E., & Thompson, S. E., 2013. Local properties of patterned vegetation: quantifying endogenous and exogenous effects. Phil Trans R Soc A.