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Rixia Zan
Dr Kishor Acharya
Adrian Blackburn
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor David Werner
et al.
A Mobile Laboratory Enables Fecal Pollution Source Tracking in Catchments Using Onsite qPCR Assays2022
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
Partial afforestation has uncertain effect on flood frequency and peak discharge at large catchment scales (100-1000 km2), south-central Chile2022
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
Testing tests before testing data: an untold tale of compound events and binary dependence2022
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Improved hydrological modelling of urban catchments using runoff coefficients2021
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Russell Adams
et al.
Stormwater detention ponds in urban catchments—analysis and validation of performance of ponds in the ouseburn catchment, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK2021
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
All in order: distribution of serially correlated order statistics with applications to hydrological extremes2020
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dissecting innovative trend analysis2020
Dr Fergus McClean
Professor Richard Dawson
Professor Chris Kilsby
Implications of Using Global Digital Elevation Models for Flood Risk Analysis in Cities2020
Doug Richardson
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Improving sub-seasonal forecast skill of meteorological drought: a weather pattern approach2020
Jamie Ledingham
David Archer
Dr Elizabeth Lewis
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
et al.
Contrasting seasonality of storm rainfall and flood runoff in the UK and some implications for rainfall-runoff methods of flood estimation2019
Vassilis Glenis
Robert Bertsch
Professor Chris Kilsby
Developing spatial prioritization criteria for integrated urban flood management based on a source-to-impact flood analysis2019
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Aidan Burton
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
et al.
Downscaling climate change of mean climatology and extremes of precipitation and temperature: Application to a Mediterranean climate basin2019
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Aidan Burton
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Nathan Forsythe
et al.
Downscaling climate change of water availability, sediment yield and extreme events: Application to a Mediterranean climate basin2019
Professor Christopher Jones
Brett Cherry
Professor Chris Kilsby
Newcastle's 'twin cities'2019
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Greg O'Donnell
The Blue-Green Path to Urban Flood Resilience2019
Doug Richardson
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Andras Bardossy
Weekly to multi-month persistence in sets of daily weather patterns over Europe and the North Atlantic Ocean2019
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Vedrana Kutija
Professor Chris Kilsby
A fully hydrodynamic urban flood modelling system representing buildings, green space and interventions2018
Doug Richardson
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
A new precipitation and drought climatology based on weather patterns2018
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
A Probabilistic Analysis of Surface Water Flood Risk in London.2018
Dr Elizabeth Lewis
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
Development of a system for automated setup of a physically-based, spatially-distributed hydrological model for catchments in Great Britain2018
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
Flood propagation and duration in large river basins: a data-driven analysis for reinsurance purposes2018
Dr Selma Guerreiro
Professor Richard Dawson
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Elizabeth Lewis
Dr Alistair Ford
et al.
Future heat-waves, droughts and floods in 571 European cities2018
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Professor Chris Kilsby
Improving bank erosion modelling at catchment scale by incorporating temporal and spatial variability2018
Dr Gaihua Fu
Dr Sean Wilkinson
Professor Richard Dawson
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
et al.
Integrated Approach to Assess the Resilience of Future Electricity Infrastructure Networks to Climate Hazards2018
Professor Chris Kilsby
Brett Cherry
Managing incidents with the 'digital twin'2018
Miles Clement
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Philip Moore
Multi-temporal synthetic aperture radar flood mapping using change detection2018
Michael Pollock
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Dr Paul Quinn
Dr Elizabeth Lewis
Professor Chris Kilsby
et al.
Quantifying and Mitigating Wind‐Induced Undercatch in Rainfall Measurements2018
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
Unsurprising surprises: The frequency of record‐breaking and over‐threshold hydrological extremes under spatial and temporal dependence2018
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
Untenable nonstationarity: An assessment of the fitness for purpose of trend tests in hydrology2018
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
A blueprint for full collective flood risk estimation: demonstration for European river flooding2017
Linda Speight
Professor Jim Hall
Professor Chris Kilsby
A multi-scale framework for flood risk analysis at spatially distributed locations2017
Dr Selma Guerreiro
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
Assessing the threat of future megadrought in Iberia2017
Dr Selma Guerreiro
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Elizabeth Lewis
et al.
Dry getting drier − the future of transnational river basins in Iberia2017
Dr Selma Guerreiro
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Richard Dawson
Professor Chris Kilsby
Pluvial flooding in European cities - A continental approach to urban flood modelling2017
Robert Bertsch
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Urban Flood Simulation Using Synthetic Storm Drain Networks2017
Dr Claire Walsh
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Hayley Fowler
John Richmond
Professor Richard Dawson
et al.
Adaptation of water resource systems to an uncertain future2016
Professor Chris Kilsby
Analysing changes in short-duration extreme rainfall events2016
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
Irreversibility and complex network behavior of stream flow fluctuations2016
Dr Selma Guerreiro
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
Rainfall in Iberian transnational basins: a drier future for the Douro, Tagus and Guadiana?2016
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Simulating multimodal seasonality in extreme daily precipitation occurrence2016
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
The importance of prewhitening in change point analysis under persistence2016
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
Understanding persistence to avoid underestimation of collective flood risk2016
Matt Ives
Professor Jim Hall
Professor Chris Kilsby
Water supply systems assessment2016
Dr Nathan Forsythe
Andrew Hardy
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Chris Kilsby
et al.
A detailed cloud fraction climatology of the Upper Indus Basin and its implications for near surface air temperature2015
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
A transient stochastic weather generator incorporating climate model uncertainty2015
Edward Byers
Alex Leathard
David Alderson
Professor Jim Hall
Dr Jaime Amezaga
et al.
Cooling water for Britain's future electricity supply2015
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
Stationarity is undead: Uncertainty dominates the distribution of extremes2015
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Andras Bardossy
Professor Chris Kilsby
Upper tail dependence in rainfall extremes: would we know it if we saw it?2015
Dr Selma Guerreiro
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Analysis of time variation of rainfall in transnational basins in Iberia: abrupt changes or trends?2014
Dr Nathan Forsythe
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
John Richmond
Professor Chris Kilsby
et al.
Application of a stochastic weather generator to assess climate change impacts in a semi-arid climate: The Upper Indus Basin2014
Professor Jim Hall
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Cliff Jones
Professor Chris Kilsby
Alex Leathard
et al.
Assessing the Long-Term Performance of Cross-Sectoral Strategies for National Infrastructure2014
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Andrew Hardy
et al.
Daily discharge estimation at ungauged river sites using remote sensing2014
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Delivering and evaluating the multiple flood risk benefits in Blue-Green cities: An interdisciplinary approach2014
Dr Fabio Galatioto
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Exploring and Modelling the Impacts of Rainfall and Flooding on Transport Network. The case study of Newcastle upon Tyne2014
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Vedrana Kutija
Flood Risk Management in Small Urban River Using a Sustainable Urban Drainage System: Wortley Beck, Leeds, UK2014
Professor Chris Kilsby
Floods and climate: emerging perspectives for flood risk assessment and management2014
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Implications of climate change for thermal discomfort on underground railways2014
Hongbin Zhang
Yueling Wang
Professor Qiuhua Liang
Dr Luke Smith
Professor Chris Kilsby
et al.
Non-negative depth reconstruction for a two-dimensional partial inertial inundation model2014
Dr Mari Jones
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Objective classification of extreme rainfall regions for the UK and updated estimates of trends in regional extreme rainfall2014
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Probabilistic spatial risk assessment of heat impacts and adaptations for London2014
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
Rainfall extremes: Toward reconciliation after the battle of distributions2014
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
Simulating daily rainfall fields over large areas for collective risk estimation2014
Professor Chris Kilsby
Wrapt - software for analysing UKCP09 weather generator output2014
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
An assessment of changes in seasonal and annual extreme rainfall in the UK between 1961 and 20092013
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Stephen McGough
Dr Vedrana Kutija
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Simon Woodman
et al.
Flood modelling for cities using Cloud computing2013
John Richmond
Vassilis Glenis
Professor Chris Kilsby
Models of daily rainfall cross-correlation for the United Kingdom2013
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
On the sampling distribution of Allan factor estimator for a homogeneous Poisson process and its use to test inhomogeneities at multiple scales2013
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
The intrinsic dependence structure of peak, volume, duration and average intensity of hyetographs and hydrographs2013
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Vedrana Kutija
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Stephen McGough
Dr Simon Woodman
et al.
Urban flood modelling using cloud computing2013
Dr Francesco Serinaldi
Professor Chris Kilsby
A modular class of multisite monthly rainfall generators for water resource management and impact studies2012
Nathan Forsythe
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
David Archer
Assessment of Runoff Sensitivity in the Upper Indus Basin to Interannual Climate Variability and Potential Change Using MODIS Satellite Data Products2012
Professor Richard Dawson
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Chris Kilsby
Earth Systems Engineering 2012: A technical symposium on systems engineering for sustainable adaptation to global change2012
Janice Blanc
Professor Jim Hall
Dr Nicolas Roche
Professor Richard Dawson
John Richmond
et al.
Enhanced efficiency of pluvial flood risk estimation in urban areas using spatial-temporal rainfall simulations2012
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Ryan Pereira
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Thomas Wagner
et al.
Fine-scale regional climate patterns in the Guianas, tropical South America, based on observations and reanalysis data2012
Dr Nathan Forsythe
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
David Archer
Opportunities from remote sensing for supporting water resources management in village/valley scale catchments in the Upper Indus Basin2012
Professor John Ewen
Emma O'Connell
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Chris Kilsby
et al.
Physically-based modelling, uncertainty, and pragmatism – Comment on: ‘Système Hydrologique Europeén (SHE): review and perspectives after 30 years development in distributed physically-based hydrological modelling’ by Jens Christian Refsgaard, Børge Storm and Thomas Clausen2012
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Role of hydrology in managing consequences of a changing global environment2012
Professor Jim Hall
Professor Enda O'Connell
Professor Chris Kilsby
Towards risk-based water resources planning in England and Wales under a changing climate2012
Professor Chris Kilsby
Perturbing a Weather Generator using change factors derived from Regional Climate Model simulations2011
John Richmond
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Enda O'Connell
A stochastic model for the spatial-temporal simulation of nonhomogeneous rainfall occurrence and amounts2010
Mervyn Jones
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
An updated regional frequency analysis of United Kingdom extreme rainfall from 1961-20092010
Nathan Forsythe
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
Assessing climate pressures on glacier-melt and snowmelt-derived runoff in the Hindu Kush-Karakoram sector of the Upper Indus Basin2010
Dr Sean Wilkinson
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Chris Kilsby
Challenges for the Assessment of Future Design Wind2010
John Richmond
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Chris Kilsby
Downscaling transient climate change using a Neyman–Scott Rectangular Pulses stochastic rainfall model2010
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
Measuring and modelling storm rainfall and flood response behaviour in a densely instrumented multi-scale catchment experiment2010
John Richmond
Vassilis Glenis
Dr Isabella Bovolo
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Hayley Fowler
et al.
Stochastic rainfall modelling for the assessment of urban flood hazard in a changing climate2010
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Supplement to: Brown S, Boorman P, McDonald R, Murphy J, 2009. Interpretation for use of surface wind speed projections from the 11-member Met Office Regional Climate Model ensemble2010
Professor Richard Dawson
Professor Jim Hall
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Stuart Barr
John Richmond
et al.
The Tyndall Centre’s Urban Integrated Assessment Facility2010
Professor Chris Kilsby
Vassilis Glenis
John Richmond
UK Climate Projections science report: Projections of future daily climate for the UK from the Weather Generator2010
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Dr Greg O'Donnell
Professor Philip Moore
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
et al.
Using satellite altimetry data to augment flow estimation techniques on the Mekong River2010
Professor Chris Kilsby
Vassilis Glenis
John Richmond
UK Climate Projections science report: Projections of future daily climate for the UK from the Weather Generator2009
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Dr Paul Hughes
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Climate-change impacts on long-term performance of slopes2009
Professor Jim Hall
Professor Richard Dawson
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Stuart Barr
Dr Michael Batty
et al.
Engineering Cities: How can cities grow whilst reducing emissions and vulnerability?2009
Lucy Manning
Professor Jim Hall
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Using probabilistic climate change information from a multimodel ensemble for water resources assessment2009
Professor Jim Hall
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
John Richmond
Climate models' value2008
John Richmond
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Enda O'Connell
RainSim: A spatial-temporal stochastic rainfall modelling system2008
Lucy Manning
Professor Jim Hall
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Stephanie Glendinning
Spatial analysis of the reliability of transport networks subject to rainfall-induced landslides2008
Professor Chris Kilsby
John Richmond
Dr Alistair Ford
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Philip James
et al.
A daily weather generator for use in climate change studies2007
Professor Jim Hall
Professor Chris Kilsby
Climate scenarios and decision making under uncertainty2007
Professor Chris Kilsby
Sebastien Tellier
Professor Hayley Fowler
Hydrological impacts of climate change on the Tejo and Guadiana Rivers2007
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Chris Kilsby
Implications of climate change on flow regime affecting Atlantic salmon2007
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Modelling the impacts of projected future climate change on water resources in north-west England2007
Professor Chris Kilsby
Sustainable water: Uncertainty, risk and vulnerability in Europe2007
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Using regional climate model data to simulate historical and future river flows in northwest England2007
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
A Multiscale Nested Experiment for Understanding and Prediction of High Rainfall and Flood Response Spatial Behaviour in the Eden Catchment, Cumbria, UK2006
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Chris Kilsby
Can regional climate models reproduce the historic magnitude and frequency of severe UK extreme rainfall events, and how will this change under global warming?2006
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Chris Kilsby
Changes in UK extreme rainfall projected by the PRUDENCE regional climate models2006
Dr Will Mayes
Dr Claire Walsh
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Mark Wilkinson
et al.
Monitoring a flood event in a densely instrumented catchment, the Upper Eden, Cumbria, UK2006
Dr Mark Wilkinson
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
Runoff exceeding rainfall: The problems of precipitation underestimation in the Eden Catchment, Cumbria, UK2006
Lucy Manning
Professor Jim Hall
Professor Chris Kilsby
System reliability analysis with spatial rainfall data: an example of rail network reliability subject to rainfall-induced landslides2006
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Andy Large
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Newson
Typology approach to assessing the impact of climate change in instream physical habitat2006
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Enda O'Connell
John Richmond
A weather-type conditioned multi-site stochastic rainfall model for the generation of scenarios of climatic variability and change2005
Dr Ahmad Moaven-Hashemi
Professor Chris Kilsby
John Richmond
Professor Enda O'Connell
Modelling trends and interannual variability of rainfall in West Bank2005
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
New estimates of future changes in extreme rainfall across the UK using regional climate model integrations. 1. Assessment of control climate2005
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
New estimates of future changes in extreme rainfall across the UK using regional climate model integrations. 2. Future estimates and use in impact studies2005
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Chris Kilsby
Potential impact of climate change on river flow regimes affecting Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)2005
John Richmond
Dr Ahmad Moaven-Hashemi
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
Simulating monthly and inter-annual precipitation variability with a Neyman Scott space-time rainfall generator2005
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Chris Kilsby
Transferable low flow targets for juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brown trout(Salmo trutta)2005
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Future increases in UK water resource drought projected by a regional climate model2004
Professor William Sloan
Professor Chris Kilsby
Incorporating topographic variability into a simple regional snowmelt model2004
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Ahmad Moaven-Hashemi
Professor Enda O'Connell
Simulation of rainfall extremes: fitting to observed annual maxima2004
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
A regional frequency analysis of United Kingdom extreme rainfall from 1961 to 20002003
Dr Paul Quinn
Professor Enda O'Connell
Professor Chris Kilsby
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Dr James Bathurst
et al.
Catchment hydrology and sustainable management (CHASM): generic experimental design2003
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Changes in UK extreme rainfall projected by regional climate models and implications for flood risk2003
Dr Claire Walsh
Professor Chris Kilsby
Effect of future climate change on hydrological regimes: inferences for catchment flow management and Atlantic salmon2003
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Implications of changes in seasonal and annual extreme rainfall2003
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Enda O'Connell
Modeling the impacts of climatic change and variability on the reliability, resilience, and vulnerability of a water resource system2003
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Seasonal changes in UK extreme rainfall2003
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Enda O'Connell
A space-time Neyman-Scott model of rainfall: Empirical analysis of extremes2002
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
A weather-type approach to analysing water resource drought in the Yorkshire region from 1881 to 19982002
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Changing magnitude and frequency of extreme rainfall events in the UK from 1961 to 20002002
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Hayley Fowler
Changing UK extreme rainfall and implications for design2002
John Richmond
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Enda O'Connell
Generating synthetic rainfall time series across Europe for present and future climates2002
Dr James Bathurst
Professor Chris Kilsby
MEDRUSH, A basin-scale physically based model for forecasting runoff and sediment yield2002
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Enda O'Connell
Modelling the impact of climate change on the reliability of the Yorkshire water supply network2002
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Precipitation and the North Atlantic Oscillation: A study of climatic variability in Northern England2002
Professor John Ewen
Dr James Bathurst
Dr Geoffrey Parkin
Professor Enda O'Connell
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
et al.
SHETRAN physically-based distributed river basin modelling system2002
Professor Chris Kilsby
Flood forecasting in Andhra Pradesh, India2001
Professor Hayley Fowler
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Enda O'Connell
A stochastic rainfall model for the assessment of regional water resource systems under changed climatic conditions2000
Professor Chris Kilsby
John Richmond
Developing a regionalized rainfall model for Europe2000
Professor Chris Kilsby
John Richmond
Dr Stephen Birkinshaw
Professor Enda O'Connell
Extreme rainfall and flood frequency distribution modelling for present and future climates2000
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor John Ewen
Professor William Sloan
John Richmond
Professor Enda O'Connell
et al.
The UP modelling system for large scale hydrology: Simulation of the Arkansas-Red River basin1999
Professor John Ewen
Professor William Sloan
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Enda O'Connell
UP Modelling System for large scale hydrology: deriving large-scale physically-based parameters for the Arkansas-Red River basin1999
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Enda O'Connell
Predicting rainfall statistics in England and Wales using atmospheric circulation variables1998
Professor William Sloan
Professor John Ewen
Professor Chris Kilsby
Professor Enda O'Connell
Physically based model for large river basins1997