Our review paper, Piégay et al (2020), Remotely sensed rivers in the Anthropocene, has just been accepted in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.
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
Our paper –
Neri, A., Villarini, G., Salvi, K.A., Slater, L.J., and Napolitano, F. On the decadal predictability of the frequency of flood events across the U.S. Midwest
– has been accepted for publication in the International Journal of Climatology.
Pleased to say that our paper has just been accepted in Geophysical Research Letters.
Slater, L.J., Villarini, G. (2018) Enhancing the predictability of seasonal streamflow with a statistical dynamical approach. doi:10.1029/2018GL077945
Key words: Seasonal forecasting, Streamflow, NMME, Precipitation, Temperature, Land cover.
Two papers accepted this month:
Slater, L.J., Villarini, G. (2017) Evaluating the drivers of seasonal streamflow rates in the U.S. Midwest, Water (MDPI). Open Access. PDF.
Villarini, G., Slater, L.J. (2017) Examination of Changes in Annual Maximum Gage Height in the Continental United States Using Quantile Regression, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering (ASCE)
Our paper titled ‘Weighting of NMME temperature and precipitation forecasts across Europe‘ has just been accepted in Journal of Hydrology
It is open-access here until Sept 12th!
Slater, L.J., Villarini, G., Bradley, A.A. (2017) Weighting of NMME temperature and precipitation forecasts across Europe, Journal of Hydrology,
Our paper on dynamical statistical forecasting of seasonal streamflow has just been published in Climate Dynamics!
Slater, L.J., Villarini, G., Bradley, A., Vecchi G. (in press) A dynamical statistical framework for seasonal streamflow forecasting in an agricultural watershed, Climate Dynamics. doi:10.1007/s00382-017-3794-7
Online chapter in the Oxford research encyclopedia of Natural Hazards: Climatology of Flooding in the United States
Our work is currently featured on NASA’s GRACE Tellus webpages at https://grace.jpl.nasa.gov/
New paper in Geophysical Research Letters on Recent trends in US flood risk
New paper in International Journal of Climatology: On the impact of gaps on trend detection in extreme streamflow time series
New paper titled To what extent have changes in channel capacity contributed to flood hazard trends in England and Wales? has just been published in Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. doi: 10.1002/esp.39