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Hydrology and hydrometeorology

CFAN's innovated research in hydrology and hydrometeorology links fundamental 

investigations into predictability and prediction to forecasts of streamflow, floods and droughts.

 

Innovations in hydrological forecasting include:

  

  • Ensemble approaches to forecasts of streamflow, floods and droughts

  • Extended time horizon forecasts of streamflow, floods and drought

  • Development of a new methodology for predicting streamflow in unguaged basins

  • Development of flood plain models for the determination of the duration, extent and depth of inundation

SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS

 

 

Hirata, FE and A Grimm 2016:  The role of synoptic and intraseasonal anomalies on rainfall extremes over South America.  Climate Dynamics. (link)

 

Fernando FE and A Grimm, 2015:  The role of synoptic and intraseasonal anomalies in the life cycle of summer rainfall extremes over South America.  Climate Dynamics (link) 

 

Wang, B, PJ Webster et al., 2015:  Rethinking Indian monsoon rainfall prediction in the context of recent global warming.  Nature Communications (link)

 

Rasmussen, KL, VE Toma, PJ Webster, et al. 2014:  Multiscale analysis of three consecutive years of anomalous flooding in Pakistan.  Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (link)

 

Syed TH., PJ Webster and JS Famiglietti, 2014: Assessing Variability of Evapotranspiration over the Ganga River Basin Using Water Balance Computations. Water Resources Research (link)

 

Shrestha K.Y., P.J. Webster, and V.E. Toma, 2014: An Atmospheric-Hydrologic Forecasting Scheme for the Indus River Basin, Journal of Hydrometeorology (link)

 

Webster P.J. and K. Shrestha, 2013: An Extended-Range Water Management and Flood Prediction System for the Indus River Basin: Application to the 2010-2012 floods. World Bank Report (pdf)

 

Hirata F. E., Webster P.J. and Toma V. E., 2013:  Distinct manifestations of austral summer tropical intraseasonal oscillations, Geophysical Research Letters (pdf)

 

 

Wang B., Jian Liu, Hyung-Jin Kim, Peter J. Webster, et al. 2013: Northern Hemisphere summer monsoon intensified by mega-El Nino/southern oscillation and Atlantic multidecadal oscillation. Proc. National Academy of Sciences. (link)

Johnstone, JA 2011: A quasi-biennial signal in western US hydroclimate and its global teleconnections, Climate Dynamics (pdf)

Wang B., Liu J., Kim H. J., Webster P.J., Yim S. Y., 2011 Recent change of the global monsoon precipitation.  Climate Dynamics (pdf)

 

Webster, P.J., V. Toma, H.-M. Kim, 2011: Were the Pakistan floods predictable? Geophysical Researersch Let (pdf)

 

Webster, P.J., J. Jian, T. M. Hopson, C. D. Hoyos, J., H-R. Chang, P. Agudelo, J. A. Curry, et al., 2010: Extended-range probabilistic forecasts of Ganges and Brahmaputra floods in Bangladesh. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (pdf)

 

Hopson, T. M., P. J. Webster, 2010: A 1-10 day ensemble forecasting scheme for the major river basins of Bangladesh: forecasting severe floods of 2003-2007. Journal of  Hydrometeorology (pdf)

 

Jian, J., P.J. Webster and C.D. Hoyos, 2009: Large-scale controls on Ganges and Brahmaputra river discharge on intraseasonal and seasonal time-scales. Quart. J. Royal Meteorological Society (pdf)

 

Hoyos, CD and PJ Webster, 2007: The role of intraseasonal oscillation on the nature of monsoon precipitation. J. Climate (pdf)

 

Nicholson, SE and PJ Webster, 2007: A physical basis for rainfall variability over West Africa. Quart. J. Royal Meteorological Society (pdf)