Chris Kilsby
Chris Kilsby
Professor of Hydrology and Climate Change, Newcastle University
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A daily weather generator for use in climate change studies
CG Kilsby, PD Jones, A Burton, AC Ford, HJ Fowler, C Harpham, P James, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 22 (12), 1705-1719, 2007
5762007
UK Climate Projections briefing report
GJ Jenkins, JM Murphy, DM Sexton, JA Lowe, P Jones, CG Kilsby
Met Office, 2010
4712010
A regional frequency analysis of United Kingdom extreme rainfall from 1961 to 2000
HJ Fowler, CG Kilsby
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 2003
4202003
RainSim: A spatial–temporal stochastic rainfall modelling system
A Burton, CG Kilsby, HJ Fowler, PSP Cowpertwait, PE O'connell
Environmental Modelling & Software 23 (12), 1356-1369, 2008
3042008
UK Climate Projections science report: Projections of future daily climate for the UK from the Weather Generator
PD Jones, CG Kilsby, C Harpham, V Glenis, A Burton
UK Climate Projections science report, 2009
3012009
Stationarity is undead: Uncertainty dominates the distribution of extremes
F Serinaldi, CG Kilsby
Advances in Water Resources 77, 17-36, 2015
2992015
Using regional climate model data to simulate historical and future river flows in northwest England
HJ Fowler, CG Kilsby
Climatic change 80 (3), 337-367, 2007
2662007
New estimates of future changes in extreme rainfall across the UK using regional climate model integrations. 1. Assessment of control climate
HJ Fowler, M Ekström, CG Kilsby, PD Jones
Journal of Hydrology 300 (1-4), 212-233, 2005
2592005
New estimates of future changes in extreme rainfall across the UK using regional climate model integrations. 2. Future estimates and use in impact studies
M Ekström, HJ Fowler, CG Kilsby, PD Jones
Journal of Hydrology 300 (1-4), 234-251, 2005
2352005
Modeling the impacts of climatic change and variability on the reliability, resilience, and vulnerability of a water resource system
HJ Fowler, CG Kilsby, PE O'Connell
Water Resources Research 39 (8), 2003
2322003
Floods and climate: emerging perspectives for flood risk assessment and management
B Merz, J Aerts, K Arnbjerg-Nielsen, M Baldi, A Becker, A Bichet, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 14 (7), 1921-1942, 2014
2312014
A weather-type conditioned multi-site stochastic rainfall model for the generation of scenarios of climatic variability and change
HJ Fowler, CG Kilsby, PE O'connell, A Burton
Journal of hydrology 308 (1-4), 50-66, 2005
1882005
Future heat-waves, droughts and floods in 571 European cities
SB Guerreiro, RJ Dawson, C Kilsby, E Lewis, A Ford
Environmental Research Letters 13 (3), 034009, 2018
1792018
Multi‐temporal synthetic aperture radar flood mapping using change detection
MA Clement, CG Kilsby, P Moore
Journal of Flood Risk Management 11 (2), 152-168, 2018
1782018
Predicting rainfall statistics in England and Wales using atmospheric circulation variables
CG Kilsby, PSP Cowpertwait, PE O'connell, PD Jones
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 1998
1461998
Using satellite altimetry data to augment flow estimation techniques on the Mekong River
SJ Birkinshaw, GM O'donnell, P Moore, CG Kilsby, HJ Fowler, PAM Berry
Hydrological Processes 24 (26), 3811-3825, 2010
1452010
Modelling the impacts of projected future climate change on water resources in north-west England
HJ Fowler, CG Kilsby, J Stunell
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11 (3), 1115-1126, 2007
1442007
Implications of changes in seasonal and annual extreme rainfall
HJ Fowler, CG Kilsby
Geophysical Research Letters 30 (13), 2003
1432003
A space‐time Neyman‐Scott model of rainfall: Empirical analysis of extremes
PSP Cowpertwait, CG Kilsby, PE O'Connell
Water Resources Research 38 (8), 6-1-6-14, 2002
1382002
Downscaling transient climate change using a Neyman–Scott Rectangular Pulses stochastic rainfall model
A Burton, HJ Fowler, S Blenkinsop, CG Kilsby
Journal of Hydrology 381 (1-2), 18-32, 2010
1292010
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