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Publication List 2021

Feb 07,2021

Abatzoglou, J.T., Hatchett, B.J., Fox‐Hughes, P., Gershunov, A. and Nauslar, N.J., 2021. Global climatology of synoptically‐forced downslope winds. International Journal of Climatology41(1), pp.31-50.


Brook, J.P., Protat, A., Soderholm, J., Carlin, J.T., McGowan, H. and Warren, R.A., 2021. HailTrack-Improving Radar-Based Hailfall Estimates by Modeling Hail Trajectories. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology.


Fowler, H. J., H. Ali, R. P. Allan, N. Ban, R. Barbero, P. Berg.5, S. Blenkinsop, N. S. Cabi, S. Chan1,, M. Dale, R. J. H. Dunn, M. Ekström, J. P. Evans, G. Fosser, B. Golding, S. B. Guerreiro, G. C. Hegerl, A. Kahraman, E. J. Kendon, G. Lenderink, E. Lewis, X. Li, P. A. O’Gorman, H. G. Orr, K. L. Peat, A. F. Prein, D. Pritchard, C. Schär, A. Sharma, P. A. Stott, R. Villalobos-Herrera, G. Villarini, C. Wasko, M. F. Wehner, S. Westra and A. Whitford, 2021, Advancing scientific knowledge of climate change impacts on short-duration rainfall extremes. Accepted by Phil Trans Roy Soc.


Grazzini, F., G. Fragkoulidis, F. Teubler, V. Wirth and G. C. Craig,2021: Extreme precipitation events over northern-central Italy. Part(II): Dynamical precursors, Quart. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc.  https://rmets.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/qj.3969.


Hartigan, J., Warren, R.A., Soderholm, J.S. and Richter, H., 2021. Simulated Changes in Storm Morphology Associated with a Sea-Breeze Air Mass. Monthly Weather Review149(2), pp.333-351.


Keil, C., Baur, F., Bachmann, K., Rasp, S., Schneider, L., and Barthlott, C., 2021: Relative contribution of soil moisture, boundary layer and microphysical perturbations on convective predictability in different weather regimes, Q. J. Royal Meteorol. Soc., Accepted Author Manuscript, doi:10.1002/qj.3607.


MacLeod D., Kilavi M., Mwangi E., Ambani M., Osunga M., Robbins J., Graham R., Rowhani P. and Todd M (2021) Are Kenya Meteorological Department heavy rainfall advisories useful for forecast-based early action and early preparedness for flooding? Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 21, 261-277 DOI: 10.5194/nhess-21-261-2021.


Majumdar, S. J., J. Sun, B. Golding, P. Joe, J. Dudhia, O. Caumont, K. Chandra Gouda, P. Steinle, B. Vincendon, J. Wang, and N. Yussouf, 2021: Multiscale Forecasting of High-Impact Weather: Current Status and Future Challenges.  Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., In Press.  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-20-0111.1


Peace, M., Charney, J. and Bally, J., 2020. Lessons Learned from Coupled Fire-Atmosphere Research and Implications for Operational Fire Prediction and Meteorological Products Provided by the Bureau of Meteorology to Australian Fire Agencies. Atmosphere11(12), p.1380.


Spruce M.D., Arthur R., Robbins J and Williams H.T.P, 2021, Social sensing of high impact rainfall events worldwide: a benchmark comparison against manually curated impact observations. In review with Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. https://nhess.copernicus.org/preprints/nhess-2020-413/.


Weyrich P., Ruin I., Terti G., Scolobig A., 2021, Using serious games to evaluate the potential of social media information in warning decision-making, accepted 14th January 2021 in International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.


Li, R., Zhang, Q., Sun, J., Chen, Y., Ding, L., and Wang, T., Smartphone pressure data: quality control and impact on atmospheric analysis. Atmos. Meas. Tech., 14, 785–801, 2021. https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-14-785-2021.


Bannister, T., Ebert, E.E., Williams, T., Douglas, P., Wain, A., Carroll, M., Silver, J., Newbigin, E., Lampugnani, E.R., Hughes, N. and Looker, C., 2021. A pilot forecasting system for epidemic thunderstorm asthma in southeastern Australia. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society102, pp.E399-E420.


Brown, B., Jensen, T., Gotway, J.H., Bullock, R., Gilleland, E., Fowler, T., Newman, K., Adriaansen, D., Blank, L., Burek, T. and Harrold, M., 2021. The Model Evaluation Tools (MET): More than a decade of community-supported forecast verification. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society102(4), pp.E782-E807.


Calliari, E., Castellari, S., Davis, M., Linnerooth-Bayer, J., Martin, J., Mysiak, J., Pastor, T., Ramieri, E., Scolobig, A., Sterk, M. and Veerkamp, C., 2022. Building climate resilience through nature-based solutions in Europe: A review of enabling knowledge, finance and governance frameworks. Climate Risk Management, p.100450.


Di Baldassarre, G., Mondino, E., Rusca, M., Del Giudice, E., Mård, J., Ridolfi, E., Scolobig, A. and Raffetti, E., 2021. Multiple hazards and risk perceptions over time: the availability heuristic in Italy and Sweden under COVID-19. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences21(11), pp.3439-3447.


Franceschinis, C., Thiene, M., Di Baldassarre, G., Mondino, E., Scolobig, A. and Borga, M., 2021. Heterogeneity in flood risk awareness: A longitudinal, latent class model approach. Journal of Hydrology599, p.126255.


Gastaldo, T., Poli, V., Marsigli, C., Cesari, D., Alberoni, P.P. and Paccagnella, T., 2021. Assimilation of radar reflectivity volumes in a pre‐operational framework. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society147(735), pp.1031-1054.


Hintz, K.S., McNicholas, C., Randriamampianina, R., Williams, H.T., Macpherson, B., Mittermaier, M., Onvlee‐Hooimeijer, J. and Szintai, B., 2021. Crowd‐sourced observations for short‐range numerical weather prediction: Report from EWGLAM/SRNWP Meeting 2019. Atmospheric Science Letters22(6), p.e1031.


Kienbacher, C.L., Kaltenberger, R., Schreiber, W., Tscherny, K., Fuhrmann, V., Roth, D. and Herkner, H., 2021. Extreme weather conditions as a gender-specific risk factor for acute myocardial infarction. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine43, pp.50-53.


Marsigli, C., Ebert, E., Ashrit, R., Casati, B., Chen, J., Coelho, C.A., Dorninger, M., Gilleland, E., Haiden, T., Landman, S. and Mittermaier, M., 2021. Observations for high-impact weather and their use in verification. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences21, pp.1297-1312.


Mittermaier, M.P., 2021. A “meta” analysis of the fractions skill score: The limiting case and implications for aggregation. Monthly Weather Review149(10), pp.3491-3504.


Mondino, E., Scolobig, A., Borga, M. and Di Baldassarre, G., 2021. Longitudinal survey data for diversifying temporal dynamics in flood risk modelling. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences21(9), pp.2811-2828.


Schroeter, S., Richter, H., Wehner, M., Arthur, C., Wilke, D., Dunford, M. and Ebert, E., 2021. Forecasting the impacts of severe weather. The Australian Journal of Emergency Management36, pp.76-83.


Titley, H.A., Cloke, H.L., Harrigan, S., Pappenberger, F., Prudhomme, C., Robbins, J.C., Stephens, E.M. and Zsótér, E., 2021. Key factors influencing the severity of fluvial flood hazard from tropical cyclones. Journal of Hydrometeorology22(7), pp.1801-1817.


Vinnell, L., Becker, J.S., Scolobig, A., Johnston, D.M., Tan, M. and McLaren, L., 2021. Citizen science initiatives in high-impact weather and disaster risk reduction. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies25(3), pp.55-60.


Walker, C.L., Boyce, B., Albrecht, C.P. and Siems-Anderson, A., 2021. Safe in Any Weather? Adverse Conditions a Challenge for Self-Driving Vehicles. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society102, pp.417-421.


Vinnell, L. J., Becker, J. S., Scolobig, A., Johnston, D. M., Tan, M. L., McLaren, L. (2021). Citizen science initiatives in high-impact weather and disaster risk reduction. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 25(3), 55–60. https://trauma.massey.ac.nz/issues/2021-3/AJDTS_25_3_Vinnell.pdf


Kox, T., Rust, H.W., Wentzel, B., Göber, M., Böttcher, C., Lehmke, J., Freundf, E., Garschagen, M. (2021). Build and measure: Students report weather impacts and collect weather data using self-built weather stations. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 25(3), 79–86. https://www.massey.ac.nz/~trauma/issues/2021-3/AJDTS_25_3_Kox.pdf


Kempf, H. (2021). Experience from large-scale crowdsourcing via weather apps. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 25(3), 87–93. https://www.massey.ac.nz/~trauma/issues/2021-3/AJDTS_25_3_Kempf.pdf


World Meteorological Organization (2021). High Impact Weather (HIWeather) Citizen Science Guidance Note: For weather, climate and water projects. WMO https://library.wmo.int/doc_num.php?explnum_id=10923





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