SAGE Journal Articles

Select SAGE journal articles are available to give you more insight into chapter topics. These are also an ideal resource to help support your literature reviews, dissertations and assignments.

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Peel, M.C. and Bloschl, G. (2011) ‘Hydrological modelling in a changing world’, Progress in Physical Geography, 35 (): 249–61.

This paper illustrates the challenges of applying models to predict the future and how modelling methods need to be adapted to do this.

Hessl, A.E. (2011) ‘Pathways for climate change effects on fire: Models, data, and uncertainties’, Progress in Physical Geography, 35 (3): 393–407.

This paper provides a case-study of how mathematical models can be used to inform a particular problem: wildfires.

Odoni, N.A. and Lane, S.N. (2010) ‘Knowledge-theoretic models in hydrology’, Progress in Physical Geography, 34 (2): 151–71.

This paper thinks through the relationship between models and data/observations and so reflects upon the status of geographical knowledge produced by modelling.