The results of LUTEN has been published in the following:
  • Johnson MF and Wilby RL. (2015) Seeing the landscape for the trees: Metrics to guide riparian shade management in river catchments. Water Resources Research 50: 3754 - 3769. Available here.
  • Wilby RL, Johnson MF and Toone J. (2015) Thermal shockwaves in an upland river. Weather 70: 92 - 100. Available here.
  • Orr H, Johnson MF, Wilby RL, Hatton-Ellis and Broadmeadow S. (2015) What else do managers need to know about warming rivers? A United Kingdom perspective.WIRES water 2: 55 - 64. Available here.
  • Everall NC, Johnson MF, Wilby RL and Bennett CJ. (2015) Detecting phenology change in the mayfly Ephemera danica: Responses to spatial and temporal water temperature variation. Ecological Entomology 40: 95 - 105. Available here.
  • Wilby RL, Johnson MF and Toone JA. (2014) Nocturnal river water temperatures: Spatial and temporal variations. Science of the Total Environment 483-483: 157 - 173. Available here
  • Johnson MF, Wilby RL and Toone JA. (2014) Inferring air-water temperature relationships from river and catchment properties. Hydrological Processes 28: 2912 - 2928. Available here.
  • Johnson MF and Wilby RL. (2013) Shield or not to shield: Testing water temperature sensor deployment under laboratory conditions. Water 5: 1622 - 1637. Available here (open access).
  • Wilby RL, Johnson MF and Toone JA. (2012) The Loughborough University TEmperature Network (LUTEN): Rationale and analysis of stream temperature variations. Proceedings of the Earth Systems Engineering 2012: Systems Engineering for Sustainable Adaptation to Global Change. Click here to download.
  • Toone JA, Wilby RL and Rice SP. (2011) Surface-water temperature variations and river corridor properties. Proceedings of symposium H04, IUGG 2011, Melbourne, Australia, IAHS publication 3xx, 2011. Click here to download.