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Publication List 2016

Feb 07,2021

Allan, R. P., D. A. Lavers and A. J. Champion (2016). “Diagnosing links between atmospheric moisture and extreme daily precipitation over the UK.” International Journal of Climatology 36(9): 3191–3206.

Archer, D. R., G. Parkin and H. J. Fowler (2016). “Assessing long term flash flooding frequency using historical information.” Hydrology Research 48(1): 1–16.

Barlage,M., S. Miao*, F. Chen, 2016, Impact of physics parameterizations on high-resolution weather prediction over two Chinese megacities, Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 121, 4487–4498.

Chen, X., et al., 2016. Diurnal Variations of the Land-Sea Breeze and its related Precipitation over South China. J. Atmos. Sci., 73, 4793-4815.

Coulthard, T., J. and C. Skinner, J., 2016, The sensitivity of landscape evolution models to spatial and temporal rainfall resolution. Earth Surface Dynamics 4(3): 757–771.

Darlington, T., D. Adams, S. Best, N. Husnoo, S. Lyons and K. Norman, 2016, Optimising the accuracy of radar products with dual polarisation : Project benefits. Exeter, UK, Met Office.

Flack, D. L. A., R. S. Plant, S. L. Gray, H. W. Lean, C. Keil and G. C. Craig (2016). “Characterisation of convective regimes over the British Isles.” Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 142(696): 1541–1553.

Golding, B., N. Roberts, G. Leoncini, K. Mylne and R. Swinbank, 2016. MOGREPS-UK convection-permitting ensemble products for surface water flood forecasting: rationale and first results”, J. Hydrometeorol., 17, 1383-1406.

Liang, Q., X. Xia and J. Hou, 2016, Catchment-scale High-resolution Flash Flood Simulation Using the GPU-based Technology. Procedia Engineering 154: 975–981.

Luo, Y., M. Wu, et al., 2016: Seasonality and synoptic situations of extreme hourly precipitation over China. J. Climate, 29, 8703-8719.

Mason, D. C., J. Garcia-Pintado, H. L. Cloke and S. L. Dance, 2016, Evidence of a topographic signal in surface soil moisture derived from ENVISAT ASAR wide swath data. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 45: 178–186.

Mason, D. C., M. Trigg, J. Garcia-Pintado, H. L. Cloke, J. C. Neal and P. D. Bates, 2016, Improving the TanDEM-X Digital Elevation Model for flood modelling using flood extents from Synthetic Aperture Radar images.” Remote Sensing of Environment 173: 15–28.

Mueller, A., E. Dutra, H. Cloke, A. Verhoef, G. Balsamo and F. Pappenberger, 2016, Water infiltration and redistribution in Land Surface Models. Technical Memorandum. Reading, UK, ECMWF. 791.

Parkes, B. and D. Demeritt, 2016, Defining the hundred year flood: A Bayesian approach for using historic data to reduce uncertainty in flood frequency estimates. Journal of Hydrology 540: 1189–1208.

Perks, M. T., A. J. Russell and A. R. G. Large, 2016, Technical Note: Advances in flash flood monitoring using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20: 4005–4015.

Richter, A., B. Ruck, S. Mohr and M. Kunz, 2016: Interaction of severe convective gusts with a street canyon. Urban Clim., 23, 71–90. doi:10.1016/j.uclim.2016.11.003.

Waller, J., S. Ballard, S. Dance, G. Kelly, N. Nichols and D. Simonin, 2016, Diagnosing Horizontal and Inter-Channel Observation Error Correlations for SEVIRI Observations Using Observation-Minus-Background and Observation-Minus-Analysis Statistics. Remote Sensing 8(7): 581.

Waller, J. A., S. L. Dance and N. K. Nichols, 2016, Theoretical insight into diagnosing observation error correlations using observation-minus-background and observation-minus-analysis statistics. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 142(694): 418–431.

Waller, J. A., D. Simonin, S. L. Dance, N. K. Nichols and S. P. Ballard, 2016, Diagnosing Observation Error Correlations for Doppler Radar Radial Winds in the Met Office UKV Model Using Observation-Minus-Background and Observation-Minus-Analysis Statistics. Monthly Weather Review 144(10): 3533–3551.

Wu, M. and Y. Luo, 2016. Mesoscale Observational Analysis of Lifting Mechanism of a Warm-sector Convective System Producing the Maximal Daily Precipitation in China Mainland during the First Rainy Season of 2015. J. Meteor. Res., 30(5), 719-736.

Yussouf, N., J. S. Kain, and A. J. Clark, 2016: Short-term Probabilistic Forecasts of the 31 May 2013 Oklahoma Tornado and Flash Flood Event Using a Continuous-Update-Cycle Storm-scale Ensemble System Wea. Forecasting, 31, 957–983. DOI:

Zhang, X., et al., 2016. Impact of Assimilating Wind Profiling Radar Observations on Convection-permitting Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts during SCMREX. Weather Forecast. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/WAF-D-15-0156.1.

Zveryaev, I. I., M. Zahn and R. P. Allan (2016). “Interannual variability in the summertime hydrological cycle over European regions.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 121(10): 5381–5394.

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