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Dr Renaud Barbero
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Dr Elizabeth Lewis
Dr Steven Chan
et al.
A synthesis of hourly and daily precipitation extremes in different climatic regions2019
Dr Renaud Barbero
Professor Hayley Fowler
Contribution of large-scale midlatitude disturbances to hourly precipitation extremes in the United States2019
Dr Elizabeth Lewis
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Fergus McClean
Dr Renaud Barbero
Dr Selma Guerreiro
et al.
GSDR: A Global Sub-Daily Rainfall Dataset2019
Dr Renaud Barbero
Professor Hayley Fowler
Weather types and hourly to multiday rainfall characteristics in tropical Australia2019
Dr Selma Guerreiro
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Renaud Barbero
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Dr Elizabeth Lewis
et al.
Detection of continental-scale intensification of hourly rainfall extremes2018
Dr Renaud Barbero
Professor Hayley Fowler
Reply to comments on “Temperature-extreme precipitation scaling: a two-way causality?”2018
Dr Renaud Barbero
Professor Hayley Fowler
Temperature-extreme precipitation scaling: A two-way causality?2018
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Renaud Barbero
Dr Steven Chan
Dr Selma Guerreiro
et al.
The INTENSE project: using observations and models to understand the past, present and future of sub-daily rainfall extremes2018
Dr Renaud Barbero
Professor Hayley Fowler
Dr Stephen Blenkinsop
Is the intensification of precipitation extremes with global warming better detected at hourly than daily resolutions?2017
Dr Renaud Barbero
Professor Hayley Fowler
Super-Clausius-Clapeyron scaling of extreme hourly convective precipitation and its relation to large-scale atmospheric conditions2017