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First 2143 results for ” BJH van de Wiel”

  1. Ensemble climate-impact modelling: extreme impacts from moderate meteorological conditions

    The investigation of risk due to weather and climate events is an example of policy relevant scie...

    K van der Wiel, FM Selten, R Bintanja, R Blackport, JA Screen | Status: published | Journal: Environmental Research Letters | Volume: 15 | Year: 2020 | First page: 034050 | doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab7668

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  2. Added value of large ensemble simulations for assessing extreme river discharge in a 2 °C warmer world

    The assessment of return periods of extreme hydrological events often relies on statistical analy...

    K van der Wiel, N Wanders, FM Selten, MFP Bierkens | Status: published | Journal: Geophys. Res. Lett. | Volume: 46 | Year: 2019 | First page: 2093 | Last page: 2101 | doi: 10.1029/2019GL081967

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  3. Disentangling the impacts of human and environmental change on catchment response during Hurricane Harvey

    Flooding is a function of hydrologic, climatologic, and land use characteristics. However, the re...

    A Sebastian, A Gori, RB Blessing, K van der Wiel, B Bass | Status: published | Journal: Environmental Research Letters | Volume: 14 | Year: 2019 | First page: 124023 | doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab5234

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  4. 100-yr Lower-Mississippi floods in a global climate model: characteristics and future changes

    Floods in the Mississippi basin can have large negative societal, natural, and economic impacts. ...

    K van der Wiel, SB Kapnick, GA Vecchi, JA Smith, PCD Milly, L Jia | Status: published | Journal: J. Hydrometeor. | Volume: 19 | Year: 2018 | First page: 1547 | Last page: 1563 | doi: 10.1175/JHM-D-18-0018.1

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  5. Using large ensemble modelling to derive future changes in mountain specific climate indicators in a 2 °C and 3 °C warmer world in High Mountain Asia

    Natural disasters in High Mountain Asia (HMA) are largely induced by precipitation and temperatur...

    PNJ Bonekamp, N Wanders, K van der Wiel, AF Lutz, WW Immerzeel | Journal: International Journal of Climatology | Volume: 41 | Year: 2021 | First page: E964 | Last page: E979 | doi: 10.1002/joc.6742

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