LIM HAN SHE

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hanshelim [at] gmail [dot] com

My research interests are in the hydrology of tropical catchments, in particular the physical processes, and using hydrological models to understand and model hydrological response behaviour. My research so far has focused primarily on catchments that experience distinct seasonality in rainfall (i.e. Thailand) using a combination of fieldwork data collection and hydrological modelling.

 

 

I am currently involved in the following projects:

 

a) assessing the hydrological and water quality impacts of 'green technology' such as green roofs and bioretention systems.

 

 

b) my interest in floods has resulted in dating flood sediments using optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) methods to understand flood histories; flood modelling using hydraulic models and flood deposits (e.g. boulders). 

 

 

EDUCATION

BA (National University of Singapore), MA (National University of Singapore), PhD (University of Cambridge) 

 

Research interests

  • Hydrological and water quality ammendments using green roof systems and rain gardens
  • Floods and tropical storms
  • Modelling rainfall seasonality in tropical catchments

 

PUBLICATIONS 

Lim, H.S. (2003) Variations in the water quality of a small urban tropical catchment: implications for load estimation and water quality monitoring, Hydrobiologia, 494, 57-63.

 

Vongtanaboon, S., Lim, H.S. & Richards, K.S. (2008) Rainfall-runoff modelling for a large monsoon-dominated catchment in Thailand using data-based mechanistic modelling, Silpakorn University Science and Technology Journal, 2(1), 14-28.

 

Lim, H.S., Vongtanaboon, S., Richards, K. & Koichiro, K. (2009) Investigating the rainfall-runoff response of a small forested mountain catchment in the seasonally humid tropics using a modelling approach, in D. Marks (ed.) Hydrology in Mountain Regions: Observations, Processes and Dynamics, IAHS Publication 326, 157-166.

 

Lim, H.S. & Boochabun, K. (2012) Flood generation during the Southwest Monsoon season in North Thailand, in Terry, J.P. & Goff, J. (eds.) Natural Hazards in the Asia-Pacific Region: Recent Advances and Emerging Concepts, Geological Society London, Special Publications, 361, 7-20.

 

Ziegler, AD, HS Lim, NR Jachowski, RJ Wasson. 2012. Reduce urban flood vulnerability. Nature 481, 145 (2012); http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/481145b.

 

Ziegler, AD, HS Lim, C. Tantasarin, N Jachowski, RJ Wasson. Floods, False Hope, and the Future (2012). Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9260.

 

Yuen, J.Q., Olin, P.H., Lim, H.S., Benner, S.G., Sutherland, R.A., Ziegler, A.D. (2012) Accumulation of potentially toxic elements in road deposited sediments in residential and light industrial neighborhoods of Singapore, Journal of Environmental Management, 101, 151-163.

 

Lim, H.S., Boochabun, K. & Ziegler, A.D. (2012) Modifiers and amplifiers of anomalous flows on the Ping River in Northern Thailand (1921-2009): implications for flood and drought management, Water Resources Management, 10.1007/s11269-012-0140-z.

 

Lim, H.S., Lim, W., Hu, J.Y., Ziegler, A., Ong, S.L. (2015) Comparison of filter media materials for heavy metal removal from urban stormwater runoff using biofiltration systems, Journal of Environmental Management 147, 24-33.

 

more on the way....

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