Browsing publications by Dr Stephen Blenkinsop

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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
Dr Nathan Forsythe
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Hayley Fowler
Exploring objective climate classification for the Himalayan arc and adjacent regions using gridded data sources2015
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Dr Steven Chan
Professor Hayley Fowler
Temperature influences on intense UK hourly precipitation and dependency on large-scale circulation2015
Dr Nathan Forsythe
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Dr Aidan Burton
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
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
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
Dr Steven Chan
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Projected increases in summer and winter UK sub-daily precipitation extremes from high-resolution regional climate models2014
Dr Steven Chan
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
The value of high-resolution Met Office regional climate models in the simulation of multi-hourly precipitation extremes2014
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
Dr Steven Chan
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Does increasing the spatial resolution of a regional climate model improve the simulated daily precipitation?2013
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