Tony Weber
Tony Weber
National Lead - Water Modelling, Alluvium Consulting Australia
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A review of catchment-scale water quality and erosion models and a synthesis of future prospects
B Fu, WS Merritt, BFW Croke, TR Weber, AJ Jakeman
Environmental modelling & software 114, 75-97, 2019
Moreton Bay and its estuaries: a sub-tropical system under pressure from rapid population growth
B Gibbes, A Grinham, D Neil, A Olds, P Maxwell, R Connolly, T Weber, ...
Estuaries of Australia in 2050 and beyond, 203-222, 2014
Understanding urban water performance at the city-region scale using an urban water metabolism evaluation framework
MA Renouf, SJ Kenway, KL Lam, T Weber, E Roux, S Serrao-Neumann, ...
Water research 137, 395-406, 2018
Increased sediment loads cause non-linear decreases in seagrass suitable habitat extent
MI Saunders, S Atkinson, CJ Klein, T Weber, HP Possingham
PLoS One 12 (11), e0187284, 2017
The performance of vegetated swales for urban stormwater pollution control
TD Fletcher, L Peljo, J Fielding, THF Wong, T Weber
Global solutions for urban drainage, 1-16, 2002
Changes to chronic nitrogen loading from sewage discharges modify standing stocks of coastal phytoplankton
EA Saeck, KR O’Brien, TR Weber, MA Burford
Marine pollution bulletin 71 (1-2), 159-167, 2013
Sediment and nutrient budgets are inherently dynamic: evidence from a long-term study of two subtropical reservoirs
KR O'Brien, TR Weber, C Leigh, MA Burford
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (12), 4881-4894, 2016
Protecting the green behind the gold: Catchment-wide restoration efforts necessary to achieve nutrient and sediment load reduction targets in Gold Coast City, Australia
NJ Waltham, M Barry, T McAlister, T Weber, D Groth
Environmental management 54, 840-851, 2014
Sustainable urban development in Brisbane City-the Holy Grail?
K Rahman, T Weber
Water science and technology 47 (7-8), 73-79, 2003
Water quality in Moreton Bay and its major estuaries: change over two decades (2000–2018)
E Saeck, J Udy, P Maxwell, A Grinham, D Moffatt, S Senthikumar, D Udy, ...
Moreton Bay Quandamooka & Catchment: Past, Present and Future.’(Eds IR …, 2019
Using effective policy frameworks to drive water sensitive urban design
AC Taylor, T Weber
WSUD 2004: Cities as Catchments; International Conference on Water Sensitive …, 2004
Impacts of stormwater runoff from roads in South East Queensland
ME Barry, AB McAlister, TR Weber, E Abal, N Scott
WSUD 2004: Cities as Catchments; International Conference on Water Sensitive …, 2004
Benefits and limitations of current approaches to whole of catchment modelling
T Weber, J Stewart, R Anderssen, R Braddock, L Newham
Proceedings of the 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International …, 2009
Using a Catchment Water Quality Model to Quantify the Value of Ecosystem Service
T Weber
MODSIM 2005 International Congress on Modeling and Simulation. Modeling and …, 2005
The importance of retrofitting WSUD in restoring urbanised catchments
T Weber, J Stewart, J Dahlenburg
6th International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design, Perth, WA 7, 11-18, 2009
Application of two water quality models as a Decision Support System (DSS) within the Douglas Shire
T Ellis, R Bartley, J Rahman, T Weber, A Henderson, C Magee, J Austin, ...
Client Report. CSIRO Division of Land and Water, Canberra, 2005
Conceptual modelling for water quality management
B Fu, T Weber, SM Cuddy, M Silburn, BFW Crokea, R Ellis, J Hall, ...
Managing cumulative risks through model-based processes. MODSIM2017, 22nd …, 2017
Testing and Application of the Riparian Particulate Model
LTH Newham, TR Weber, SC Baker-Finch, DA Post, JC Rutherford
MODSIM 2007 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Modelling …, 2007
Total catchment stormwater quality management
T McAlister, A Taylor, K Rahman, T Weber, W Walden, J Pocock, ...
Water Quality International, 53-58, 1999
Usability principles for the design of virtual tours
Y Pérez, S Berres, E Rodríguez, S Rodríguez, G Antúnez, A Mercado, ...
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