Our review paper, Piégay et al (2020), Remotely sensed rivers in the Anthropocene, has just been accepted in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.
A brief overview of talks and sessions in the upcoming AGU Fall meeting:
- Invited talk: Adjustment of river channel morphology to modes of climate variability Wednesday, 11 December 2019; 08:00 – 10:00 (9:45am)
In session EP31B: The Role and Relevance of Thresholds and Variability Across Landscapes I (Moscone West; 3011, L3)
- Session chair: Earth Surface Processes and Flooding I (EP51A #90516)
Friday, 13 December 2019; 08:00 – 10:00 (Moscone West; 3011, L3)
- Posters: Earth Surface Processes and Flooding II (EP53G #74970)
Friday, 13 December 2019; 13:40 – 18:00 (Moscone South; Poster Hall
Our manuscript has just been published:
Slater, L.J., Khouakhi, A., Wilby, R., River channel conveyance capacity adjusts to modes of climate variability (2019), Scientific Reports, 9:12619, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-48782-1
I’m excited to present two papers at the AGU Fall meeting in Washington D.C. in December this year –
- One hydrology paper: Slater, L.J., Anderson B., Blum, A., Archfield S., Attribution of changes in hydrologic extremes to changing land cover, AGU USA → session H51L: The Role of Data in Understanding and Attributing Changes in Hydrologic Extremes (Friday 14 December, 08:00 – 10:00; H51L-1446)
- One geomorphology paper: Slater, L.J., Khouakhi, A., Climate modes of variability and fluvial response over interannual to multidecadal timescales → session EP52B: Signatures of Climate Change in Surface Processes I (Friday 14 December, 11:20am, 147A; EP52B-05)
And our exciting session on ‘Flooding and Geomorphology‘:
- Advances in Incorporating Geomorphology and Flooding: Feedbacks and Impacts on Flood Risk Posters (Monday 10 December, 08:00 – 12:20, Poster Hall A-C; EP11E).
Two new NERC-funded PhD positions starting in 2018 are available with me and colleagues at Loughborough University, as part of the CENTA Doctoral Training Programme.
Applications for 2018 entry are now live. Further details on how to apply can be found here. Please see the links above for further details. The application deadline is 22 January 2018.
Our research group investigates changes in climatic and water-related extremes (especially floods, heat waves, precipitation, drought, and other extremes), fluvial systems (fluvial geomorphology) and water resources.
We develop computational approaches (data-driven, Earth observation, and ensemble-based methods) to understand how changes in climate, land cover and society affect climatic and water-related extremes over daily to multidecadal timescales.
On these webpages you will find updates on our current research (below), publications, outreach activities, talks/conferences, and some information about the group members and about me. If you are interested in undertaking doctoral or post-doctoral research in any of the above areas, please do check guidance here and get in touch!