Alison Rudd
Alison Rudd
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Representation of model error in a convective-scale ensemble prediction system
L Baker, A Rudd, S Migliorini, R Bannister
Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics 21, 19-39, 2014
462014
Cloud banding and winds in intense European cyclones: Results from the DIAMET project
G Vaughan, J Methven, D Anderson, B Antonescu, L Baker, TP Baker, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (2), 249-265, 2015
372015
Trends in atmospheric evaporative demand in Great Britain using high-resolution meteorological data
EL Robinson, EM Blyth, DB Clark, J Finch, AC Rudd
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21 (2), 1189-1224, 2017
322017
Use of very high resolution climate model data for hydrological modelling: baseline performance and future flood changes
AL Kay, AC Rudd, HN Davies, EJ Kendon, RG Jones
Climatic Change 133 (2), 193-208, 2015
312015
Climate hydrology and ecology research support system potential evapotranspiration dataset for Great Britain (1961-2015)[CHESS-PE]
E Robinson, E Blyth, D Clark, E Comyn-Platt, J Finch, A Rudd
302016
An inverse method for determining source characteristics for emergency response applications
AC Rudd, AG Robins, JJ Lepley, SE Belcher
Boundary-layer meteorology 144 (1), 1-20, 2012
272012
Hydrological Outlook UK: an operational streamflow and groundwater level forecasting system at monthly to seasonal time scales
C Prudhomme, J Hannaford, S Harrigan, D Boorman, J Knight, V Bell, ...
Hydrological Sciences Journal 62 (16), 2753-2768, 2017
232017
Climate hydrology and ecology research support system meteorology dataset for Great Britain (1961-2015)[CHESS-met] v1. 2
E Robinson, E Blyth, D Clark, E Comyn-Platt, J Finch, A Rudd
232017
National-scale analysis of simulated hydrological droughts (1891–2015)
AC Rudd, VA Bell, AL Kay
Journal of Hydrology 550, 368-385, 2017
202017
Use of very high resolution climate model data for hydrological modelling: estimation of potential evaporation
AC Rudd, AL Kay
Hydrology Research 47 (3), 660-670, 2016
202016
Processes controlling atmospheric dispersion through city centres
SE Belcher, O Coceal, EV Goulart, AC Rudd, AG Robins
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 763, 51-81, 2015
202015
Sensing network and method
J Lepley, G Bourdon, D Friedrich, AC Rudd, S Belcher, AG Robins
US Patent App. 13/011,230, 2011
152011
National-scale analysis of low flow frequency: historical trends and potential future changes
AL Kay, VA Bell, BP Guillod, RG Jones, AC Rudd
Climatic change 147 (3-4), 585-599, 2018
112018
A probabilistic risk assessment of the national economic impacts of regulatory drought management on irrigated agriculture
G Salmoral, D Rey, A Rudd, P de Margon, I Holman
Earth's Future 7 (2), 178-196, 2019
92019
Climate hydrology and ecology research support system meteorology dataset for Great Britain (1961-2015)[CHESS-met] v1. 2. NERC Environmental Information Data Centre
E Robinson, E Blyth, D Clark, E Comyn-Platt, J Finch, A Rudd
92017
A simple column model to explore anticipated problems in variational assimilation of satellite observations
AC Rudd, I Roulstone, JR Eyre
Environmental Modelling & Software 27, 23-39, 2012
62012
Grid-to-Grid model estimates of monthly mean flow and soil moisture for Great Britain (1891 to 2015): observed driving data [MaRIUS-G2G-Oudin-monthly]
V Bell, A Rudd, A Kay, H Davies
52018
Dynamic sensor deployment for the monitoring of chemical releases in urban environments (DYCE)
JJ Lepley, DR Lloyd, A Robins, A Rudd, A Wilks
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Sensing …, 2011
42011
The MaRIUS‐G2G datasets: Grid‐to‐Grid model estimates of flow and soil moisture for Great Britain using observed and climate model driving data
VA Bell, AL Kay, AC Rudd, HN Davies
Geoscience Data Journal 5 (2), 63-72, 2018
32018
Grid-to-Grid model estimates of monthly mean flow and soil moisture for Great Britain: weather@ home2 (climate model) driving data [MaRIUS-G2G-WAH2-monthly]
V Bell, A Rudd, A Kay, H Davies
32018
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