His main research concerns Climatology, Climate change, Downscaling, Precipitation and Meteorology. His Climatology research focuses on Forcing in particular. He interconnects Water resources, Flood myth, Environmental resource management and Environmental planning in the investigation of issues within Climate change.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Drainage basin, Climate model, Atmospheric research, Greenhouse gas and Atmospheric circulation. His Precipitation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Atmosphere, Divergence, Surface runoff and Stability. His Meteorology research includes themes of Climate change mitigation and Climate commitment.
Robert L. Wilby mainly investigates Climatology, Climate change, Precipitation, Hydrology and Environmental resource management. His Climatology research integrates issues from Streamflow, Meteorology and Downscaling. His research ties Greenhouse gas and Downscaling together.
His Climate change research includes elements of Water resources, Flood myth and Environmental planning. His Flood myth study incorporates themes from Flooding, Fluvial and Natural hazard. Robert L. Wilby has researched Precipitation in several fields, including General Circulation Model, Predictability and Forcing.
Robert L. Wilby mainly focuses on Climatology, Climate change, Precipitation, Streamflow and Flood myth. The Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Coupled model intercomparison project, Spurious relationship, Resolution, Water resources and Sample. His work deals with themes such as Human settlement and Environmental planning, which intersect with Climate change.
When carried out as part of a general Precipitation research project, his work on Climate extremes is frequently linked to work in Prediction system, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Streamflow research incorporates elements of North Atlantic oscillation, Forecast skill and Hydrological modelling. His Flood myth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Flooding, Water resource management, Atlantic multidecadal oscillation, Channel and Drainage density.
Robert L. Wilby mainly focuses on Climate change, Climatology, Precipitation, Extreme weather and Global warming. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Climate change and Multi hazard. Robert L. Wilby has included themes like Flood myth and Data assimilation in his Climatology study.
Brier skill score and Downscaling are the core of his Precipitation study. The various areas that Robert L. Wilby examines in his Extreme weather study include Tropical cyclone, Livelihood and Extreme heat. His Global warming research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Natural, Hazard, Peak water, Hydrology and Global hydrology.
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Downscaling general circulation model output: a review of methods and limitations
R.L. Wilby;T.M.L. Wigley.
Progress in Physical Geography (1997)
sdsm — a decision support tool for the assessment of regional climate change impacts
Robert L. Wilby;Christian W. Dawson;E. M. Barrow.
Environmental Modelling and Software (2002)
Guidelines for Use of Climate Scenarios Developed from Statistical Downscaling Methods
R. L. Wilby;S. P. Charles;E. Zorita;B. Timbal.
The weather generation game: a review of stochastic weather models
D. S. Wilks;R. L. Wilby.
Progress in Physical Geography (1999)
A framework for assessing uncertainties in climate change impacts: Low-flow scenarios for the River Thames, UK
Robert Wilby;I. Harris.
Water Resources Research (2006)
Hydrological modelling using artificial neural networks
C. W. Dawson;R. L. Wilby.
Progress in Physical Geography (2001)
A review of the potential impacts of climate change on surface water quality
Paul Whitehead;R L Wilby;R W Battarbee;M Kernan.
Hydrological Sciences Journal-journal Des Sciences Hydrologiques (2009)
Statistical downscaling of general circulation model output: A comparison of methods
R. L. Wilby;T. M. L. Wigley;D. Conway;P. D. Jones.
Water Resources Research (1998)
UK Climate Projections Science Report: Climate Change Projections
J.M. Murphy;D.M.H. Sexton;G.J. Jenkins;B.B.B. Booth.
Robust adaptation to climate change
Robert L. Wilby;Suraje Dessai.
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