Supervised PhD or MSc student and postdoc work denoted by * and members of the group are in bold.

37) *Adloff, M., Singer, M.B., MacLeod, D., Michaelides, K., Mehrnegar, N., *Hansford, E., Funk, C., Mitchell, D. (2022) Sustained water storage in Horn of Africa drylands dominated by seasonal rainfall extremes. Geophysical Research Letters,

36) *Chen, S-A., Michaelides, K., Singer, M.B., Richards, D. Exploring climatic and anthropogenic controls on short- versus long-term erosion rates globally. Earth Surface Dynamics - D In review

35) *Kipkemoi, I., Michaelides, K., Singer, M.B., Rosolem, R. Climatic expression of rainfall on soil moisture dynamics in drylands. In review

34) Singer, M.B., Grieve, S.W.D., *Chen, S-A., and Michaelides, K. Climatic signatures within the world’s drainage basin morphometrics. In revision

33) *Rigby, J.M., Yohannis, M.A., Preist, C., Singer, M.B., Waema, T.M., Wausi, A.N., Michaelides, K. Exploring the climate and weather services ecosystem in the Greater Horn of Africa through practitioner interviews. In review

32) Singer, M.B., *Asfaw, D.T., Rosolem, R, Cuthbert, M.O., Miralles, D.G., MacLeod, D., *Quichimbo, E.A., Michaelides, K. (2021) Hourly potential evapotranspiration at 0.1° resolution for the global land surface from 1981-present. Scientific Data 8: 224,

31) *Quichimbo, E.A., Singer, M.D., Michaelides, K., Hobley, D.E.J., Rosolem, R., Cuthbert, M.O. (2021) DRYP 1.0: a parsimonious hydrological model of DRYland Partitioning of the water balance. Geoscientific Model Development 14, 6893–6917,

30) *Chen, S-A., Michaelides, K., Grieve, S.W.D. and Singer, M.B. (2019) Aridity is expressed in river topography globally. Nature 573–577,

29) *Turpin-Jelfs, T., Michaelides, K., Biederman, J.A. and Anesio, A.M. (2019) Soil nitrogen response to shrub encroachment in a degrading semiarid grassland. Biogeosciences 16, 369–381, doi: 10.5194/bg-16-369-2019.

28) *Turpin-Jelfs, T., Michaelides, K., Blacker, J., Benning, L., Williams, J. and Anesio, A.M. (2019) Distribution of soil nitrogen and nitrogenase activity in the forefield of a High Arctic receding glacier. Annals of Glaciology, doi: 10.1017/aog.2018.35.

27) *Calvert, J., Balazs, M. and Michaelides, K. (2018) Unifying particle-based and continuum models of hillslope evolution with a probabilistic scaling technique. Journal of Geophysical Research–Earth Surface. doi:10.1029/2018JF004612.

26) Singer, M.B., Michaelides, K. and Hobley, D.E.J. (2018) STORM: A simple, flexible and parsimonious stochastic rainfall generator for simulating climate and climate change. Geoscientific Model Development, doi:10.5194/gmd-2018-86.

25) Michaelides, K., *Hollings, R., Singer, M.B., Nichols, M., Nearing, M. (2018) Spatial and temporal analysis of hillslope-channel coupling and implications for the longitudinal profile in a dryland basin. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms doi:10.1002/esp.4340

24) Jaeger, K., Sutfin, N., Tooth, S.E., Michaelides, K. and Singer, M.B. (2017) Geomorphology and sediment regimes of intermittent rivers; in Datry, T., Bonada, N., Boulton, A. (eds.), Intermittent Rivers: Ecology and Management, Elsevier.

23) Singer, M.B. and Michaelides, K., (2017) Deciphering the expression of climate change within the Lower Colorado River basin by stochastic simulation of convective rainfall. Environmental Research Letters, 12,104011 doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aa8e50.

22) *Shepheard, C.J., Vardanega, P.J., Holcombe, E.A. and Michaelides, K. (2017) Analysis of design cases for a slope stability scenario in the humid tropics. Engineering Sustainability, doi: 10.1680/jensu.16.00081.

21) *Cooper, M.A., Michaelides, K., Siegert, M.J. and Bamber, J.L. (2016) Palaeofluvial origin for Jakobshavn Isbræ catchment, Greenland. Geophysical Research Letters, doi: 10.1002/2016GL069458.

20) *Charteris, A.F., Knowles, T., Michaelides, K. and Evershed, R.P. (2016) Compound-specific amino acid 15N stable isotope probing of N assimilation by the soil microbial biomass using gas chromatography/combustion/isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, doi: 10.1002/rcm.7612, 30 (16): 1846-56.

19) *Lloyd, C.E.M., Michaelides, K., Chadwick, D.R. Dungait, J.A.J. and Evershed, R.P. (2016) Runoff- and erosion-driven transport of cattle slurry: linking molecular tracers to hydrological processes. Biogeosciences, doi: 10.5194/bg-13-551-2016, 13: 551-566.

18) Singer, M.B. and Michaelides, K. (2014) How is topographic simplicity maintained in ephemeral, dryland channels? Geology, doi:10.1130/G36267.1.

17) Michaelides, K. and Singer, M.B. (2014) Impact of coarse sediment supply from hillslopes to the channel in runoff-dominated, dryland fluvial systems. Journal of Geophysical Research–Earth Surface, doi:10.1002/2013JF002959, 119 (6) 1205 – 1221. Paper featured as Eos AGU Research Spotlight – see:

16) Trigg, M., Michaelides, K., Neal, J. and Bates, P. (2013) Surface water connectivity dynamics of a large-scale extreme flood. Journal of Hydrology, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2013.09.035, 505: 138 – 149.

15) Strong, D.J., Flecker, R., Valdes, P.J., Wilkinson, I.P., Rees, J.G., Michaelides, K., Zong, Y.Q., Lloyd, J.M., Yu, F.L. and Pancost, R.D. (2013) A new regional, mid-Holocene palaeoprecipitation signal of the Asian Summer Monsoon. Quaternary Science Reviews, doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2013.07.034, 78: 65 – 76.

14) *Harrison, R., Bull, I. and Michaelides, K. (2013) A method for the simultaneous extraction of seven pesticides from soil and sediment. Analytical Methods, doi:10.1039/c3ay26413k, 5 (8): 2053 – 2058.

13) Michaelides, K., *Lister, D., Wainwright, J. and Parsons, A.J. (2012) Linking runoff and erosion dynamics to nutrient fluxes in a degrading dryland landscape. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, doi:10.1029/2012JG002071, 117, G00N15.

12) Michaelides, K. and *Martin, G.J. (2012) Sediment transport by runoff on debris-mantled dryland hillslopes. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, doi:10.1029/2012JF002415, 117, F03014.

11) *Lloyd, C.E.M., Michaelides, K., Chadwick, D.R., Dungait, J.A.J. and Evershed, R.P. (2011) Tracing the hydrologically-driven vertical transport of slurry-derived organic matter through soil using biomarkers. Organic Geochemistry, doi:10.1016/j.orggeochem.2011.11.001, 43(0): 56 – 66.

10) Michaelides, K., *Ibraim, I., Nord, G. and Esteves, M. (2010) Tracing sediment redistribution across a break in slope using rare earth elements. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, doi: 10.1002/esp.1956, 35 (5): 575 – 587.

9) Michaelides, K. and Chappell, A. (2009) Connectivity as a concept for characterizing hydrological behaviour. Hydrological Processes, doi:10.1002/hyp.7214, 23: 517 – 522.

8) Michaelides, K., *Lister, D., Wainwright, J. and Parsons, A.J. (2009) Vegetation controls on small-scale runoff and erosion dynamics in a degrading dryland environment. Hydrological Processes, doi:10.1002/hyp.7293, 23: 1617 – 1630.

7) Michaelides, K. and Wainwright, J. (2008) Internal testing of a numerical model of hillslope-channel coupling using laboratory-flume experiments. Hydrological Processes, doi:10.1002/hyp.6823, 22: 2274–2291.

6) Michaelides, K. and Wilson, M.D. (2007) The uncertainty in predicted runoff due to patterns of spatially variable infiltration. Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2006WR005039, 43, W02415.

5) Michaelides, K. and Wainwright, J. (2004) Modelling Fluvial Processes and Interactions. In: Wainwright, J. and Mulligan, M. (Eds.) Environmental Modelling: Finding Simplicity in Complexity, 123-142. J. Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester.

4) Wainwright, J. and Michaelides, K. (2003) Hillslope-Channel Coupling. In: A.S. Goudie (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Geomorphology, Routledge, London.

3) Wainwright, J., Parsons, A.J., Michaelides, K., Powell, D.M. and Brazier, R. (2003) Linking short- and long-term soil-erosion modelling. In: A. Lang, K. Hennrich and R. Dikau (Eds.) Long Term Hillslope and Fluvial System Modelling – Concepts and Case Studies from the River Rhine Catchment, 16-32. Springer Verlag, Berlin.

2) Michaelides, K. and Wainwright, J. (2002) Modelling the effects of hillslope-channel coupling on catchment hydrological response. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 27: 1441-1457.

1) Wainwright, J., Calvo Cases, A., Puigdefábregas, J. and Michaelides, K. (2002) Linking Sediment Delivery from Hillslopes to Catchment Scales. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 27 (13): 1359-1489.

Official Reports (refereed)

1) Michaelides, K. Contributing Author (2019) Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on Climate Change and Land (SRCCL), Chapter 3: Desertification.