2010 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
Jim W. Hall mainly focuses on Flood myth, Environmental resource management, Risk analysis, Climate change and Natural resource economics. His Flood myth research incorporates elements of Floodplain, Risk analysis, Risk assessment and Operations research. His research integrates issues of Probabilistic logic, Flooding and Robustness in his study of Operations research.
His studies in Environmental resource management integrate themes in fields like Water use and Water scarcity, Water resources. His Risk analysis research includes themes of Hazard, 100-year flood and Flood risk assessment. In the subject of general Climate change, his work in Global warming is often linked to Economic risk, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Flood myth, Climate change, Environmental resource management, Environmental planning and Risk analysis. His research in Flood myth intersects with topics in Risk analysis, Floodplain, Flooding and Operations research. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Probabilistic logic, Greenhouse gas and Water resource management.
His Water resources research extends to Environmental resource management, which is thematically connected. His study ties his expertise on Flood risk management together with the subject of Environmental planning. His Risk analysis study deals with Risk management intersecting with Risk assessment.
His primary areas of study are Climate change, Natural resource economics, Flood myth, Water resource management and Water scarcity. His Climate change study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Drainage basin, Water quality, Energy intensity, Stormwater and Water resources. His work deals with themes such as Economic impact analysis, Resilience, Natural hazard, China and Productivity, which intersect with Natural resource economics.
His research investigates the link between Natural hazard and topics such as Greenhouse gas that cross with problems in Energy consumption. His work is dedicated to discovering how Flood myth, Flooding are connected with Pluvial and other disciplines. His Water resource management research focuses on Agriculture and how it relates to Land use.
Jim W. Hall mainly investigates Flood myth, Water resource management, Agriculture, Flooding and Agricultural productivity. Jim W. Hall has researched Flood myth in several fields, including Risk analysis, Land use, Event, Bridge and Failure rate. His Risk analysis study results in a more complete grasp of Risk analysis.
His studies deal with areas such as Flood risk management, Streamflow, Sea level, Drought risk and Adaptation as well as Water resource management. His Agricultural productivity study which covers Food security that intersects with Climate change, Mean radiant temperature, Agricultural economics and Extreme weather. His work carried out in the field of Storm surge brings together such families of science as Duration, Natural disaster, Environmental resource management and Resilience.
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Tipping elements in the Earth's climate system
Timothy M. Lenton;Hermann Held;Elmar Kriegler;Elmar Kriegler;Jim W. Hall.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
Sensitivity analysis of environmental models
Francesca Pianosi;Keith Beven;Jim Freer;Jim W. Hall.
Environmental Modelling and Software (2016)
Meat consumption, health, and the environment
H. Charles J. Godfray;Paul Aveyard;Tara Garnett;Tara Garnett;Jim W. Hall;Jim W. Hall.
Fluvial flood risk management in a changing world
B. Merz;J. Hall;M. Disse;A. Schumann.
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (2010)
Imprecise probability assessment of tipping points in the climate system
Elmar Kriegler;Jim W. Hall;Hermann Held;Richard Dawson.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2009)
A methodology for national-scale flood risk assessment
J. W. Hall;R. J. Dawson;P. B. Sayers;C. Rosu.
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Water and Maritime Engineering (2003)
Exchange Coupling in the Alternating Chain Compounds Catena-Di-micron-chlorobis(4-Methylpyridine)Copper(II), Catena-Di-micron-bromobis-(N-Methylimidazole)Copper(II), Catena-hexanedionebis(Thiosemicarbazato)Copper(II), and Catena-octanedionebis(thiosemicarbazato)Copper(II).
James W Hall;Wayne E Marsh;Robert R Weller;William E Hatfield.
Inorganic Chemistry (1981)
Towards risk-based flood hazard management in the UK
P. B. Sayers;J. W. Hall;I. C. Meadowcroft.
Civil Engineering (2002)
Robust climate policies under uncertainty: a comparison of robust decision making and info-gap methods.
Jim W. Hall;Robert J. Lempert;Klaus Keller;Andrew Hackbarth.
Risk Analysis (2012)
National-scale assessment of current and future flood risk in England and Wales
Jim W. Hall;Paul B. Sayers;Richard J. Dawson.
Natural Hazards (2005)
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