Rethinking flood hazard at the global scale
The first continuous long-term (1973-2012) high resolution simulation of river flow and flooding at the continental scale:
Schumann, GJP, Stampoulis, D, Smith, AM, Sampson, CC, Andreadis, KM, Neal, JC & Bates, PD 2016.
Geophysical Research Letters - vol 43, no. 19, pp. 10249-10256.
DOI: 10.1002/2016GL070260VIEW PAPER
The credibility challenge for global fluvial flood risk analysis
A collaborative paper that highlights the challenges posed by developing and refining the first generation of global flood hazard models:
Trigg, M, Birch, C, Neal, J, Bates, P, Smith, A, Sampson, C, Yamazaki, D, Hirabayashi, Y, Pappenberger, F, Dutra, E, Ward, PJ, Winsemius, HC, Salamon, P, Dottori, F, Rudari, R, Kappes, M, Simpson, A, Hadzilacos, G & Fewtrell, T 2016,
Environmental Research Letters - vol 11, no. 9, 094014.
DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/11/9/094014VIEW PAPER
Fight floods on a global scale
A call for action on global terrain data, published in the most prestigious scientific journal ‘Nature’, that led to our being invited to participate in the White House Climate Data initiative under President Barack Obama:
Schumann, G, Bates, PD, Neal, JC & Andreadis, K 2014.
Nature - vol 507
DOI: 10.1038/507169eVIEW PAPER
Regional flood frequency analysis at the global scale
The paper describes our method for estimating extreme river flows anywhere on Earth.
Smith, A, Sampson, C & Bates, P 2015,
Water Resources Research - vol 51, no. 1, pp. 539-553.
DOI: 10.1002/2014WR015814VIEW PAPER
A high-resolution global flood hazard model
The paper describes the architecture of our Global Flood Model, validating its performance against local data:
Sampson, CC, Smith, AM, Bates, PB, Neal, JC, Alfieri, L & Freer, JE 2015,
Water Resources Research - vol 51, no. 9, pp. 7358-7381.
DOI: 10.1002/2015WR016954VIEW PAPER