Fellow of the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF)
Hannah Cloke mainly focuses on Flood myth, Meteorology, Flood forecasting, Climatology and Precipitation. Her studies in Flood myth integrate themes in fields like Ensemble learning and Synthetic aperture radar, Change detection, Remote sensing. Her work on Meteorology deals in particular with Weather forecasting and Numerical weather prediction.
Her research integrates issues of Flood warning, Environmental resource management and Operations research in her study of Flood forecasting. The Climatology study combines topics in areas such as 100-year flood, Floodplain, Gumbel distribution and Scale. Her Precipitation research incorporates themes from Anomaly and Climate model.
Flood myth, Meteorology, Climatology, Flood forecasting and Hydrology are her primary areas of study. Her biological study deals with issues like Floodplain, which deal with fields such as Gumbel distribution. Her Meteorology research includes elements of Discharge, Flood warning and Surface runoff.
Hannah Cloke studied Climatology and Climate model that intersect with Model output statistics. Her study focuses on the intersection of Flood forecasting and fields such as Operations research with connections in the field of Variety. Hannah Cloke is interested in Downscaling, which is a field of Precipitation.
Hannah Cloke focuses on Flood myth, Meteorology, Climatology, Flood forecasting and Environmental planning. Her Flood myth research incorporates elements of Storm, Flooding, Natural hazard, Streamflow and Discharge. Her Meteorology research focuses on Probabilistic logic and how it relates to Flash flood.
Her Climatology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Thermal comfort, Predictability and Mean radiant temperature. Hannah Cloke has researched Flood forecasting in several fields, including Ensemble learning, Variety and Hydrometeorology. Her Environmental planning research includes themes of Flood preparedness and Cartogram.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Flood myth, Meteorology, Numerical weather prediction, Natural hazard and Tropical cyclone. Her Flood myth and Flood forecasting and Flood warning investigations all form part of her Flood myth research activities. Her Flood forecasting research integrates issues from Global warming, Routing and Flooding.
Her Meteorology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Doppler radar, Hydrology and Scale. Her Streamflow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of General Circulation Model, Climatology, Proxy and Teleconnection. Her work on Climate index as part of general Climatology research is often related to Biometeorology, thus linking different fields of science.
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Ensemble flood forecasting: a review.
Hannah Cloke;F. Pappenberger.
Journal of Hydrology (2009)
ERA-Interim/Land: a global land surface reanalysis data set
G. Balsamo;C. Albergel;A. Beljaars;S. Boussetta.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2015)
Ensemble predictions and perceptions of risk, uncertainty, and error in flood forecasting
David Demeritt;Hannah Cloke;Florian Pappenberger;Jutta Thielen.
Environmental Hazards (2007)
The Monetary Benefit of Early Flood Warnings in Europe
Florian Pappenberger;Florian Pappenberger;Hannah L. Cloke;Dennis J. Parker;Fredrik Wetterhall.
Environmental Science & Policy (2015)
Deriving global flood hazard maps of fluvial floods through a physical model cascade
F. Pappenberger;F. Pappenberger;E. Dutra;F. Wetterhall;H. L. Cloke;H. L. Cloke.
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (2012)
Continental and global scale flood forecasting systems
Rebecca E. Emerton;Rebecca E. Emerton;Elisabeth M. Stephens;Florian Pappenberger;Thomas C. Pagano.
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water (2016)
Detection of flooded urban areas in high resolution Synthetic Aperture Radar images using double scattering
David C. Mason;Laura Giustarini;Javier García-Pintado;Hannah L. Cloke.
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation (2014)
The 2010–2011 drought in the Horn of Africa in ECMWF reanalysis and seasonal forecast products
Emanuel Dutra;Linus Magnusson;Frederik. Wetterhall;Hannah L. Cloke;Hannah L. Cloke.
International Journal of Climatology (2013)
New dimensions in early flood warning across the globe using grand-ensemble weather predictions
Florian Pappenberger;Jens Bartholmes;Jutta Thielen;Hannah L. Cloke.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Comment on:"Hyperresolution global land surface modeling: Meeting a grand challenge for monitoring Earth's terrestrial water" by Eric F. Wood et al.
Keith J. Beven;Keith J. Beven;Keith J. Beven;Hannah L. Cloke.
Water Resources Research (2012)
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