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Wilby, R, Kasei, R, Gough, K, Amankwaa, EF, Abarike, M, Anderson, NJ, Codjoe, SNA, Griffiths, P, Kaba, C, Abdullah, K, Kayaga, S, Matthews, T, Mensah, P, Murphy, C, Yankson, PWK (2021) Monitoring and moderating extreme indoor temperatures in low-income urban communities, Environmental Research Letters, 16(2), 024033, ISSN: 1748-9326. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/abdbf2.

Wilby, R and Johnson, MF (2020) Climate variability and implications for keeping rivers cool in England, Climate Risk Management, 30, pp.100259-100259, ISSN: 2212-0963. DOI: 10.1016/j.crm.2020.100259.

Kelder, T, Müller, M, Slater, LJ, Marjoribanks, T, Wilby, R, Prudhomme, C, Bohlinger, P, Ferranti, L, Nipen, T (2020) Using UNSEEN trends to detect decadal changes in 100-year precipitation extremes, npj Climate and Atmospheric Science, 3(1), 47, DOI: 10.1038/s41612-020-00149-4.

Quinn, DF, Murphy, C, Wilby, R, Matthews, T, Broderick, C, Golian, S, Donegan, S, Harrigan, S (2020) Benchmarking seasonal forecasting skill using river flow persistence in Irish catchments, Hydrological Sciences Journal, ISSN: 0262-6667. DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2021.1874612.

O'Connor, P, Murphy, C, Matthews, T, Wilby, R (2020) Reconstructed monthly river flows for Irish catchments 1766-2016, Geoscience Data Journal, ISSN: 2049-6060. DOI: 10.1002/gdj3.107.

Kayaga, S, Amankwaa, E, Gough, K, Wilby, R, Abarike, M, Codjoe, S, Kasei, R, Nabilse, C, Yankson, P, Mensah, P, Abdullah, K, Griffiths, P (2020) Cities and extreme weather events: impacts of flooding and extreme heat on water and electricity services in Ghana, Environment and Urbanization, ISSN: 0956-2478. DOI: 10.1177/0956247820952030.

Wilby, R (2020) Resilience viewed through the lens of climate change and water management, Water, 12(9), 2510, ISSN: 2073-4441. DOI: 10.3390/w12092510.

Yin, J, Jonkman, S, Lin, N, Yu, D, Aerts, J, Wilby, R, Pan, M, Wood, E, Bricker, J, Ke, Q, Zeng, Z, Zhao, Q, Ge, J, Wang, J (2020) Flood risks in sinking delta cities: time for a reevaluation?, Earth's Future, 8(8), e2020EF001614, ISSN: 2328-4277. DOI: 10.1029/2020EF001614.

Hillier, J, Matthews, T, Wilby, R, Murphy, C (2020) Multi-hazard dependencies can increase or decrease risk, Nature Climate Change, 10, pp.595-598, ISSN: 1758-678X. DOI: 10.1038/s41558-020-0832-y.

Codjoe, SNA, Gough, KV, Wilby, RL, Kasei, R, Yankson, PWK, Amankwaa, EF, Abarike, MA, Atiglo, DY, Kayaga, S, Mensah, P, Nabilse, CK, Griffiths, PL (Accepted for publication) Impact of extreme weather conditions on healthcare provision in urban Ghana, Social Science and Medicine, 258, ISSN: 0277-9536. DOI: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2020.113072.

Yu, D, Yin, J, Wilby, R, Lane, SN, Aerts, JCJH, Lin, N, Liu, M, Yuan, H, Chen, J, Prudhomme, C, Guan, M, Baruch, A, Johnson, CWD, Tang, X, Yu, L, Xu, S (2020) Disruption of emergency response to vulnerable populations during floods, Nature Sustainability, 3, DOI: 10.1038/s41893-020-0516-7.

Murphy, C, Wilby, R, Matthews, T, Horvath, C, Crampsie, A, Ludlow, F, Noone, S, Brannigan, J, Hannaford, J, McLeman, R, Jobbova, E (2020) The forgotten drought of 1765–1768: Reconstructing and re‐evaluating historical droughts in the British and Irish Isles, International Journal of Climatology, 40(12), pp.5329-5351, ISSN: 0899-8418. DOI: 10.1002/joc.6521.

Wilby, R (2020) Research resource review, Progress in Physical Geography, 44(1), pp.144-146, ISSN: 0309-1333. DOI: 10.1177/0309133319899742.

Wilby, R (2019) A global hydrology research agenda fit for the 2030s, Hydrology Research, 50(6), ISSN: 0029-1277. DOI: 10.2166/nh.2019.100.

De-Luca, P, Harpham, C, Wilby, R, Hillier, J, Franzke, C, Leckebusch, G (2019) Past and projected weather pattern persistence with associated multi-hazards in the British Isles, Atmosphere, 10, 577, DOI: 10.3390/atmos10100577.

Slater, L, Khouakhi, A, Wilby, R (2019) River channel conveyance capacity adjusts to modes of climate variability, Scientific Reports, 9, 12619, DOI: 10.1038/s41598-019-48782-1.

Gell, PA, Reid, MA, Wilby, R (2019) Management pathways for the floodplain wetlands of the southern Murray–Darling Basin: Lessons from history, River Research and Applications, 35(8), pp.1291-1301, ISSN: 1535-1459. DOI: 10.1002/rra.3515.

Courty, L, Wilby, R, Hillier, J, Slater, L (2019) Intensity-duration-frequency curves at the global scale, Environmental Research Letters, 14, 084045, ISSN: 1748-9326. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab370a.

Gough, K, Yankson, P, Wilby, R, Amankwaa, E, Abarike, M, Codjoe, S, Griffiths, P, Kasei, R, Kayaga, S, Nabilse, C (2019) Vulnerability to extreme weather events in cities: implications for infrastructure and livelihoods, Journal of the British Academy, 7(s2), pp.155-181, DOI: 10.5871/jba/007s2.155.

Dixon, SG and Wilby, RL (2019) A seasonal forecasting procedure for reservoir inflows in Central Asia, River Research and Applications, rra.3506, ISSN: 1535-1459. DOI: 10.1002/rra.3506.

Matthews, T, Wilby, R, Murphy, C (2019) An emerging tropical cyclone-deadly heat compound hazard, Nature Climate Change, 9, ISSN: 1758-678X. DOI: 10.1038/s41558-019-0525-6.

Murphy, C, Wilby, R, Matthews, T, Thorne, PW, Broderick, C, Fealy, R, Hall, J, Harrigan, S, Jones, P, McCarthy, G, Macdonald, N, Noone, S, Ryan, C (2019) Multi-century trends to wetter winters and drier summers in the England and Wales precipitation series explained by observational and sampling bias in early records, International Journal of Climatology, 40(1), pp.610-619, ISSN: 0899-8418. DOI: 10.1002/joc.6208.

Gonzalez-Roji, SJ, Wilby, R, Saenz, J, Ibarra-Berastegi, G (2019) Harmonized evaluation of daily precipitation downscaled using SDSM and WRF+WRFDA models over the Iberian Peninsula, Climate Dynamics, ISSN: 0930-7575. DOI: 10.1007/s00382-019-04673-9.

Broderick, C, Murphy, C, Wilby, R, Matthews, T, Prudhomme, C, Adamson, M (2019) Using a scenario-neutral framework to avoid potential maladaptation to future flood risk, Water Resources Research, ISSN: 0043-1397. DOI: 10.1029/2018wr023623.

Parry, S, Wilby, R, Prudhomme, C, Wood, P, McKenzie, A (2018) Demonstrating the utility of a drought termination framework: prospects for groundwater level recovery in England and Wales in 2018 or beyond, Environmental Research Letters, 13(6), pp.064040-064040, DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/aac78c.

Warren, RF, Wilby, RL, Brown, K, Watkiss, P, Betts, RA, Murphy, JM, Lowe, JA (2018) Advancing national climate change risk assessment to deliver national adaptation plans, PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY A-MATHEMATICAL PHYSICAL AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES, 376(2121), ARTN 20170295, ISSN: 1364-503X. DOI: 10.1098/rsta.2017.0295.

Mehta, A and Wilby, R (2018) Modes of climate variability and associated bird communities in India, Area, ISSN: 0004-0894. DOI: 10.1111/area.12412.

Ekstrom, M, Gutmann, ED, Wilby, R, Tye, MR, Kirono, DG (2018) Robustness of hydroclimate metrics for climate change impact research, WIRES Water, DOI: 10.1002/wat2.1288.

Mattthews, T, Murphy, C, McCarthy, GD, Broderick, C, Wilby, R (2018) Super Storm Desmond: a process-based assessment, Environmental Research Letters, 13, 014024, ISSN: 1748-9326. DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/aa98c8.

Murphy, C, Broderick, C, Burt, TP, Curley, M, Duffy, C, Hall, J, Harrigan, S, Matthews, T, Macdonald, N, McCarthy, G, McCarthy, MP, Mullan, D, Noone, S, Osborn, TJ, Ryan, C, Sweeney, J, Thorne, PW, Walsh, S, Wilby, R (2018) A 305-year continuous monthly rainfall series for the island of Ireland (1711-2016), Climate of the Past, 14(3), pp.413-440, ISSN: 1814-9324. DOI: 10.5194/cp-14-413-2018.

Riley, WD, Potter, EC, Biggs, J, Collins, AL, Jarvie, HP, Jones, JI, Kelly-Quinn, M, Ormerod, SJ, Sear, DA, Wilby, R, Broadmeadow, S, Brown, CD, Chanin, P, Copp, GH, Cowx, IG, Grogan, A, Hornby, DD, Huggett, D, Kelly, MG, Naura, M, Newman, JR, Siriwardena, GM (2018) Small Water Bodies in Great Britain and Ireland: Ecosystem function, human-generated degradation, and options for restorative action, Science of the Total Environment, 645, pp.1598-1616, ISSN: 0048-9697. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.07.243.

Shepherd, TG, Boyd, E, Calel, RA, Chapman, SC, Dessai, S, Dima-West, IM, Fowler, HJ, James, R, Maraun, D, Martius, O, Senior, CA, Sobel, AH, Stainforth, DA, Tett, SF, Trenberth, KE, van den Hurk, BJ, Watkins, NW, Wilby, R, Zenghelis, DA (2018) Storylines: an alternative approach to representing uncertainty in physical aspects of climate change, Climatic Change, ISSN: 0165-0009. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-018-2317-9.

De Luca, P, Hillier, J, Wilby, R, Quinn, NW, Harrigan, S (2017) Extreme multi-basin flooding linked with extra-tropical cyclones, Environmental Research Letters, 12(11), 114009, DOI: 10.1088/1748-9326/aa868e.

Yin, J, Yu, D, Lin, N, Wilby, R (2017) Evaluating the cascading impacts of sea level rise and coastal flooding on emergency response spatial accessibility in Lower Manhattan, New York City, Journal of Hydrology, 555, pp.648-658, ISSN: 0022-1694. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2017.10.067.

Slater, L and Wilby, R (2017) Measuring the changing pulse of rivers, Science, 357(6351), pp.552-552, ISSN: 0036-8075. DOI: 10.1126/science.aao2441.

Murphy, C, Noone, S, Duffy, C, Broderick, C, Matthews, T, Wilby, R (2017) Irish droughts in newspaper archives: rediscovering forgotten hazards?, Weather, 72(6), pp.151-155, ISSN: 0043-1656. DOI: 10.1002/wea.2904.

Matthews, T, Wilby, R, Murphy, C (2017) Communicating the deadly consequences of global warming for human heat stress, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114(15), DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1617526114.

Wilby, R, Clifford, N, De Luca, P, Harrigan, S, Hillier, J, Hodgkins, R, Johnson, MF, Matthews, TKR, Murphy, C, Noone, S, Parry, S, Prudhomme, C, Rice, S, Slater, L, Smith, K, Wood, P (2017) The “dirty dozen” of freshwater science: Detecting then reconciling hydrological data biases and errors, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews (WIREs) Water, ISSN: 2049-1948. DOI: 10.1002/wat2.1209.

Dadson, SJ, Hall, JW, Murgatroyd, A, Acreman, M, Bates, P, Beven, K, Heathwaite, L, Holden, J, Holman, IP, Lane, SN, O'Connell, E, Penning-Rowsell, E, Reynard, N, Sear, D, Thorne, C, Wilby, R (2017) A restatement of the natural science evidence concerning catchment-based ‘natural’ flood management in the UK, Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Science, 473(2199), pp.20160706-20160706, ISSN: 1364-5021. DOI: 10.1098/rspa.2016.0706.

Noone, S, Broderick, C, Duffy, C, Matthews, T, Wilby, RL, Murphy, C (2017) A 250-year drought catalogue for the island of Ireland (1765-2015), International Journal of Climatology, ISSN: 1097-0088. DOI: 10.1002/joc.4999.

Coles, D, Yu, D, Wilby, R, Green, D, Herring, Z (2017) Beyond ‘flood hotspots’: modelling emergency service accessibility during flooding in York, UK, Journal of Hydrology, ISSN: 0022-1694.

Green, D, Yu, D, Pattison, I, Wilby, R, Bosher, L, Patel, R, Thompson, P, Trowell, K, Draycon, J, Halse, M, Yang, L, Ryley, T (2017) City-scale accessibility of emergency responders operating during flood events, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 17(1), pp.1-16, ISSN: 1561-8633. DOI: 10.5194/nhess-17-1-2017.

Broderick, C, Matthews, T, Wilby, RL, Bastola, S, Murphy, C (2017) Transferability of hydrological models and ensemble averaging methods between contrasting climatic periods, Water Resources Research, ISSN: 0043-1397. DOI: 10.1002/2016WR018850.

Everall, NC, Johnson, MF, Wood, P, Farmer, A, Wilby, R, Measham, N (2017) Comparability of macroinvertebrate biomonitoring indices of river health derived from semi-quantitative and quantitative methodologies, Ecological Indicators, ISSN: 1470-160X. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.03.040.

Parry, S, Wilby, RL, Prudhomme, C, Wood, PJ (2016) A systematic assessment of drought termination in the United Kingdom, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 20(10), pp.4265-4281, ISSN: 1027-5606. DOI: 10.5194/hess-20-4265-2016.

Green, D, Yu, D, Pattison, I, Wilby, R, Bosher, LS, Patel, R, Thompson, P, Trowell, K, Draycon, J, Halse, M, Yang, L, Ryley, T (2016) Flood impacts on emergency responders operating at a city-scale, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences Discussions, 2016-09-28, pp.1-30, DOI: 10.5194/nhess-2016-309.

Basarin, B, Lukić, T, Pavić, D, Wilby, RL (2016) Trends and multi-annual variability of water temperatures in the river Danube, Serbia, Hydrological Processes, 30(18), pp.3315-3329, ISSN: 1099-1085. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10863.

Clark, MP, Wilby, RL, Gutmann, ED, Vano, JA, Gangopadhyay, S, Wood, AW, Fowler, HJ, Prudhomme, C, Arnold, JR, Brekke, LD (2016) Characterizing Uncertainty of the Hydrologic Impacts of Climate Change, Current Climate Change Reports, 2(2), pp.55-64, DOI: 10.1007/s40641-016-0034-x.

Wilby, R and Barker, PA (2016) Wettest December in the Lake District for over 200 years, WEATHER, 71(3), pp.76-76, ISSN: 0043-1656. DOI: 10.1002/wea.2711.

Matthews, T, Mullan, D, Wilby, R, Broderick, C, Murphy, C (2016) Past and future climate change in the context of memorable seasonal extremes, Climate Risk Management, 11, pp.37-52, DOI: 10.1016/j.crm.2016.01.004.

Seneviratne, SI, Donat, MG, Pitman, AJ, Knutti, R, Wilby, R (2016) Allowable CO2 emissions based on regional and impact-related climate targets, Nature, 529(7587), pp.477-483, ISSN: 0028-0836. DOI: 10.1038/nature16542.

Poff, NL, Brown, CM, Grantham, TE, Matthews, JH, Palmer, MA, Spence, CM, Wilby, R, Haasnoot, M, Mendoza, GF, Dominique, KC, Baeza, A (2016) Sustainable water management under future uncertainty with eco-engineering decision scaling, Nature Climate Change, ISSN: 1758-678X. DOI: 10.1038/nclimate2765.

Wilby, R, Prudhomme, C, Parry, S, Muchan, KGL (2016) Persistence of hydrometeorological droughts in the United Kingdom: a regional analysis of multi-season rainfall and river flow anomalies, Journal of Extreme Events, ISSN: 2345-7376.

Noone, S, Murphy, C, Coll, J, Matthews, T, Mullan, D, Wilby, R, Walsh, S (2016) Homogenisation and analysis of an expanded monthly rainfall network for the Island of Ireland (1850-2010), International Journal of Climatology, ISSN: 0899-8418. DOI: 10.1002/joc.4522.

Wilby, R, Noone, S, Murphy, C, Matthews, T, Harrigan, S, Broderick, C (2016) An evaluation of persistent meteorological drought using a homogeneous Island of Ireland precipitation network, International Journal of Climatology, ISSN: 0899-8418. DOI: 10.1002/joc.4523.

Parry, S, Prudhomme, C, Wilby, R, Wood, P (2016) Drought termination: concept and characterisation, Progress in Physical Geography: an international review of geographical work in the natural and environmental sciences, ISSN: 0309-1333. DOI: 10.1177/0309133316652801.

Matthews, T, Murphy, C, Wilby, R, Harrigan, S (2015) A cyclone climatology of the British-Irish Isles 1871-2012, International Journal of Climatology, 36(3), ISSN: 0899-8418. DOI: 10.1002/joc.4425.

Johnson, MF and Wilby, RL (2015) Seeing the landscape for the trees: Metrics to guide riparian shade management in river catchments, Water Resources Research, 51, pp.3754-3767, ISSN: 1944-7973. DOI: 10.1002/2014WR016802.

Wilby, PR, Kenchington, CG, Wilby, RL (2015) Role of low intensity environmental disturbance in structuring the earliest (Ediacaran) macrobenthic tiered communities, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 434, pp.14-27, ISSN: 0031-0182. DOI: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2015.03.033.

Orr, HG, Simpson, GL, des Clers, S, Watts, G, Hughes, M, Hannaford, J, Dunbar, MJ, Laizé, CLR, Wilby, RL, Battarbee, RW, Evans, R (2015) Detecting changing river temperatures in England and Wales, Hydrological Processes, 29, pp.752-766, ISSN: 0885-6087. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10181.

Matthews, T, Hodgkins, R, Wilby, R, Gumundsson, S, Palsson, F, Bjornsson, H, Carr, S (2015) Conditioning temperature-index model parameters on synoptic weather types for glacier melt simulations, Hydrological Processes, ISSN: 0885-6087. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10217.

Watts, G, Battarbee, RW, Bloomfield, JP, Crossman, J, Daccache, A, Durance, I, Elliott, JA, Garner, G, Hannaford, J, Hannah, DM, Hess, T, Jackson, CR, Kay, AL, Kernan, M, Knox, J, Mackay, J, Monteith, DT, Ormerod, SJ, Rance, J, Stuart, ME, Wade, AJ, Wade, SD, Weatherhead, K, Whitehead, PG, Wilby, R (2015) Climate change and water in the UK – past changes and future prospects, Progress in Physical Geography, 39(1), pp.6-28, ISSN: 0309-1333. DOI: 10.1177/0309133314542957.

Everall, NC, Johnson, MF, Wilby, R, Bennett, CJ (2015) Detecting phenology change in the mayfly Ephemera danica: responses to spatial and temporal water temperature variations, Ecological Entomology, 40(2), pp.95-105, ISSN: 0307-6946. DOI: 10.1111/een.12164.

Wilby, R, Johnson, MF, Toone, J (2015) Thermal shockwaves in an upland river, Weather, 70(3), pp.92-100, ISSN: 0043-1656. DOI: 10.1002/wea.2435.

Orr, HG, Johnson, MF, Wilby, R, Hatton-Ellis, T, Broadmeadow, S (2015) What else do managers need to know about warming rivers? A United Kingdom perspective, WIREs Water, DOI: 10.1002/wat2.1062.

Yates, DN, Miller, KA, Wilby, RL, Kaatz, L (2015) Decision-centric adaptation appraisal for water management across Colorado's Continental Divide, Climate Risk Management, 10, pp.35-50, DOI: 10.1016/j.crm.2015.06.001.

Dixon, SG and Wilby, R (2015) Forecasting reservoir inflows using remotely sensed precipitation estimates: a pilot study for the River Naryn, Kyrgyzstan, Hydrological Sciences Journal, ISSN: 0262-6667. DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2015.1006227.

Armstrong, JC, Wilby, R, Nicholls, RJ (2015) Climate change adaptation frameworks: an evaluation of plans for coastal Suffolk, UK, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 15(11), pp.2511-2524, ISSN: 1561-8633. DOI: 10.5194/nhess-15-2511-2015.

Yin, J, Yu, D, Wilby, R (2015) Modelling the impact of land subsidence on urban pluvial flooding: a case study of downtown Shanghai, China, The Science of the total environment, 544, pp.744-753, ISSN: 0048-9697. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.11.159.

Adams, P, Hewitson, B, Vaughan, C, Wilby, R, Zebiak, S, Eitland, E, Shumake-Guillemot, J (2015) Call for an ethical framework for climate services, WMO Bulletin, 64(2), pp.51-54, ISSN: 0042-9767.

Matthews, T, Murphy, C, Wilby, R, Harrigan, S (2014) Stormiest winter on record for Ireland and UK, Nature Climate Change, 4(9), pp.738-740, ISSN: 1758-678X. DOI: 10.1038/nclimate2336.

Hunt, ASP, Wilby, RL, Dale, N, Sura, K, Watkiss, P (2014) Embodied water imports to the UK under climate change, Climate Research, 59(2), pp.89-101, ISSN: 0936-577X. DOI: 10.3354/cr01200.

Wilby, R, Johnson, MF, Toone, J (2014) Nocturnal river water temperatures: spatial and temporal variations, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 482, pp.157-173, ISSN: 0048-9697. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.02.123.

Harrigan, S, Murphy, C, Sweeney, J, Hall, J, Wilby, R (2014) Attribution of detected changes in streamflow using multiple working hypotheses, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 18(5), pp.1935-1952, ISSN: 1027-5606. DOI: 10.5194/hess-18-1935-2014.

Wilby, R, Dawson, C, Murphy, C, O'Connor, P, Hawkins, E (2014) The Statistical Downscaling Model - Decision Centric (SDSM-DC): conceptual basis and applications, CLIMATE RESEARCH, 61(3), pp.259-276, ISSN: 0936-577X. DOI: 10.3354/cr01254.

Crossman, J, Futter, MN, Whitehead, PG, Stainsby, E, Baulch, HM, Jin, L, Oni, SK, Wilby, R, Dillon, PJ (2014) Flow pathways and nutrient transport mechanisms drive hydrochemical sensitivity to climate change across catchments with different geology and topography, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 18(12), pp.5125-5148, ISSN: 1027-5606. DOI: 10.5194/hess-18-5125-2014.

Wilby, RL and Yu, D (2013) Rainfall and temperature estimation for a data sparse region, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 17(10), pp.3937-3955, ISSN: 1027-5606. DOI: 10.5194/hess-17-3937-2013.

Wilby, RL and Quinn, NW (2013) Reconstructing multi-decadal variations in fluvial flood risk using atmospheric circulation patterns, Journal of Hydrology, ISSN: 0022-1694. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2013.02.038.

Murphy, C, Harrigan, S, Hall, J, Wilby, RL (2013) Tendances induites par le climat dans les séries de débits moyens et élevés à partir d'un réseau de stations de référence en Irlande, Hydrological Sciences Journal, ISSN: 0262-6667. DOI: 10.1080/02626667.2013.782407.

Johnson, MF, Wilby, RL, Toone, JA (2013) Inferring air-water temperature relationships from river and catchment properties, Hydrological Processes, ISSN: 0885-6087. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.9842.

Johnson, MF and Wilby, RL (2013) Shield or not to shield: Effects of solar radiation on water temperature sensor accuracy, Water (Switzerland), 5(4), pp.1622-1637, DOI: 10.3390/w5041622.

Dobler, C, Hagemann, S, Wilby, RL, StÃtter, J (2012) Quantifying different sources of uncertainty in hydrological projections in an Alpine watershed, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 16(11), pp.4343-4360, ISSN: 1027-5606. DOI: 10.5194/hess-16-4343-2012.

Wilby, RL and Wood, PJ (2012) Introduction to adapting water management to climate change: Putting our science into practice, Area, 44(4), pp.394-399, ISSN: 0004-0894. DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-4762.2012.01133.x.

Brown, C and Wilby, RL (2012) An alternate approach to assessing climate risks, Eos, 93(41), pp.401-402, ISSN: 0096-3941. DOI: 10.1029/2012EO410001.

Wu, X, Yu, D, Chen, Z, Wilby, RL (2012) An evaluation of the impacts of land surface modification, storm sewer development, and rainfall variation on waterlogging risk in Shanghai, Natural Hazards, 63(2), pp.305-323, ISSN: 0921-030X. DOI: 10.1007/s11069-012-0153-1.

Wilby, RL and Keenan, R (2012) Adapting to flood risk under climate change, Progress in Physical Geography, 36(3), pp.348-378, ISSN: 0309-1333. DOI: 10.1177/0309133312438908.

Pielke, RA and Wilby, RL (2012) Regional climate downscaling: What's the point?, Eos, 93(5), pp.52-53, ISSN: 0096-3941. DOI: 10.1029/2012EO050008.

Everall, NC, Farmer, A, Heath, AF, Jacklin, TE, Wilby, RL (2012) Ecological benefits of creating messy rivers, Area, ISSN: 0004-0894.

Wu, X, Yu, D, Chen, Z, Wilby, RL (2012) An evaluation of the impacts of land surface modification, storm sewer development, and rainfall variation on waterlogging risk in Shanghai, Natural Hazards, pp.1-19, ISSN: 0921-030X.

Abrahart, RJ, Anctil, F, Coulibaly, P, Dawson, CW, Mount, NJ, See, LM, Shamseldin, AY, Toth, DP, Wilby, RL (2012) Two decades of anarchy? Emerging themes and outstanding challenges for neural network modelling of surface hydrology, Progress in Physical Geography, 36(4), pp.480-513.

Wilby, RL and Dawson, CW (2012) The Statistical DownScaling Model: Insights from one decade of application, International Journal of Climatology, ISSN: 0899-8418. DOI: 10.1002/joc.3544.

Parker, JM and Wilby, RL (2012) Quantifying Household Water Demand: A Review of Theory and Practice in the UK, Water Resources Management, pp.1-31, ISSN: 0920-4741.

Ekström, M, Kuruppu, N, Wilby, RL, Fowler, HJ, Chiew, FHS, Dessai, S, Young, WJ (2012) Examination of climate risk using a modified uncertainty matrix framework-Applications in the water sector, Global Environmental Change, ISSN: 0959-3780.

Pielke, RA, Wilby, R, Niyogi, D, Hossain, F, Dairuku, K, Adegoke, J, Kallos, G, Seastedt, T, Suding, K (2012) Dealing with complexity and extreme events using a bottom-up, resource-based vulnerability perspective, Geophysical Monograph Series, 196, pp.345-359, DOI: 10.1029/2011GM001086.

Wilby, RL, Nicholls, RJ, Warren, R, Wheater, HS, Clarke, D, Dawson, RJ (2011) Keeping nuclear and other coastal sites safe from climate change, Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Civil Engineering, 164(4), pp.129-136, ISSN: 0965-089X.

Wilby, RL (2011) Wells of wisdom, NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE, 1(6), pp.302-303, ISSN: 1758-678X. DOI: 10.1038/nclimate1203.

Wilby, RL, Nicholls, RJ, Warren, R, Wheater, HS, Clarke, D, Dawson, RJ (2011) Keeping nuclear and other coastal sites safe from climate change, PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-CIVIL ENGINEERING, 164(3), pp.129-136, ISSN: 0965-089X. DOI: 10.1680/cien.2011.164.3.129.

Wilby, RL, Jones, PD, Lister, DH (2011) Decadal variations in the nocturnal heat island of London, WEATHER, 66(3), pp.59-64, ISSN: 0043-1656. DOI: 10.1002/wea.679.

Wilby, RL and Vaughan, K (2011) The hallmarks of organisations that are adapting to climate change, Water and Environment Journal, 25(2), pp.271-281, DOI: 10.1111/j.1747-6593.2010.00220.x.

Wilby, RL, Fenn, CR, Wood, PJ, Timlett, R, Lequesne, T (2011) Smart licensing and environmental flows: Modeling framework and sensitivity testing, Water Resources Research, 47(12), ISSN: 0043-1397. DOI: 10.1029/2011WR011194.

Fowler, HJ and Wilby, RL (2010) Detecting changes in seasonal precipitation extremes using regional climate model projections: Implications for managing fluvial flood risk, WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 46, ARTN W03525, ISSN: 0043-1397. DOI: 10.1029/2008WR007636.

Wilby, RL, Orr, H, Watts, G, Battarbee, RW, Berry, PM, Chadd, R, Dugdale, SJ, Dunbar, MJ, Elliott, JA, Extence, C, Hannah, DM, Holmes, N, Johnson, AC, Knights, B, Milner, NJ, Omerod, SJ, Solomon, D, Timlett, R, Whitehead, PJ, Wood, PJ (2010) Evidence needed to manage freshwater ecosystems in a changing climate: Turning adaptation principles into practice, Science of the Total Environment, 408(19), pp.4150-4164, ISSN: 0048-9697. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2010.05.014.

Prudhomme, C, Wilby, RL, Crooks, S, Kay, AL, Reynard, NS (2010) Scenario-neutral approach to climate change impact studies: application to flood risk, Journal of Hydrology, 390(3-4), pp.198-209, DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.06.043.

Wilby, RL and Dessai, S (2010) Robust adaptation to climate change, Weather, 65, pp.180-185.

Wilby, RL (2010) Evaluating climate model outputs for hydrological applications - opinion, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 55, pp.1090-1093.

Prudhomme, C, Wilby, RL, Crooks, S, Kay, AL, Reynard, NS (2010) Scenario-neutral approach to climate change impact studies: application to flood risk, Journal of Hydrology, 390, pp.198-209, DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.06.043.

Whitehead, PG, Wilby, RL, Battarbee, R, Kernan, M, Wade, A (2009) A review of the potential impacts of climate change on surface water quality, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 54, pp.101-123.

Wilby, RL, Troni, J, Biot, Y, Tedd, L, Hewitson, BC, Smith, DG, Sutton, RT (2009) A review of climate risk information for adaptation and development planning, International Journal of Climatology, 29, pp.1193-1215.

Lopez, A, Fung, F, New, M, Watts, G, Weston, A, Wilby, RL (2009) From climate model ensembles to climate change impacts: A case study of water resource management in the South West of England, Water Resources Research, 45(W08419), DOI: 10.1029/2008WR007499.

Orr, HG, Wilby, RL, Hedger, MM, Brown, I (2008) Climate change in the uplands: a UK perspective on safeguarding regulatory ecosystem services, CLIMATE RESEARCH, 37(1), pp.77-98, ISSN: 0936-577X. DOI: 10.3354/cr00754.

Wilby, RL (2008) Constructing climate change scenarios of urban heat island intensity and air quality, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 35, pp.902-919.

Orr, HG, Wilby, RL, McKenzie, M, Brown, I (2008) Limiting and adapting to climate change in the uplands: a UK perspective on ecosystem services, Climate Research, 37, pp.77-98.

Wilby, RL, Beven, KJ, Reynard, NS (2008) Climate change and fluvial flood risk in the UK: More of the same? Hydrological Processes, 22, pp.2511-2523.

Fowler, HJ and Wilby, RL (2007) Beyond the downscaling comparison study, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLIMATOLOGY, 27(12), pp.1543-1545, ISSN: 0899-8418. DOI: 10.1002/joc.1616.

Fowler, HJ and Wilby, RL (2007) Editorial: beyond the downscaling comparison study, International Journal of Climatology, 27, pp.1543-1545.

Kilsby, CG, Jones, PD, Burton, A, Ford, AC, Fowler, HJ, Harpham, C, James, P, Smith, A, Wilby, RL (2007) A daily weather generator for use in climate change studies, Environmental Modelling and Software, 22, pp.1705-1719.

New, M, Dessai, S, Lopez, A, Wilby, R (2007) Challenges in using probabilistic climate change information for impact assessment: an example from the water sector, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 365(1857), pp.2117-2131, DOI: 10.1098/rsta.2007.2080.

Malby, AR, Whyatt, JD, Timmis, RJ, Wilby, RL, Orr, HG (2007) Long-term variations in orographic rainfall: analysis and implications for upland catchments, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 52, pp.276-291.

Marsh, T, Cole, G, Wilby, R (2007) Major droughts in England and Wales, 1800-2006, Weather, 62(4), pp.87-93.

Wilby, RL (2007) A review of climate change impacts on the built environment, Built Environment Journal, 33, pp.31-45.

Dawson, CW, Abrahart, RJ, Shamseldin, AY, Wilby, RL (2006) Flood Estimation at Ungauged Sites Using Artificial Neural Networks, Journal of Hydrology, 319(1-4), pp.391-409, ISSN: 0022-1694. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2005.07.032.

Wilby, RL, Orr, HG, Hedger, M, Forrow, D, Blackmore, M (2006) Risks posed by climate change to delivery of Water Framework Directive objectives, Environmental International, 32, pp.1043-1055.

Whitehead, PG, Wilby, RL, Butterfield, D, Wade, AJ (2006) Impacts of climate change on nitrogen in a lowland chalk stream: an appraisal of adaptation strategies, Science of the Total Environment, 365, pp.260-273.

Wilby, RL (2006) When and where might climate change be detectable in UK river flows?, Geophysical Research Letters, 33(L19407), DOI: 10.1029/2006GL027552.

Wilby, RL, Whitehead, PG, Wade, AJ, Butterfield, D, Davis, R, Watts, G (2006) Integrated modeling of climate change impacts on the water resources and quality in a lowland catchment: River Kennet, UK, Journal of Hydrology, 330, pp.204-220.

Haylock, MR, Cawley, GC, Harpham, C, Wilby, RL, Goodess, CM (2006) Downscaling heavy precipitation over the UK: a comparison of dynamical and statistical methods and their future scenarios, International Journal of Climatology, 26, pp.1397-1415.

Wilby, RL and Harris, I (2006) A framework for assessing uncertainties in climate change impacts: low flow scenarios for the River Thames, UK, Water Resources Research, 42(W02419), DOI: 10.1029/2005WR004065.

Dawson, CW, Abrahart, RJ, Shamseldin, AY, Wilby, RL (2006) Flood estimation at ungauged sites using artificial neural networks, Journal of Hydrology, 319(1-4), pp.391-409.

Jones, PD, Lister, DH, Wilby, RL, Kostopoulou, E (2006) Extended river flow reconstructions for England and Wales, 1865-2002, International Journal of Climatology, 26, pp.219-231.

Wilby, RL and Perry, GLW (2006) Climate change, biodiversity and the urban environment: a critical review based on London, UK, Progress in Physical Geography, 30, pp.73-98.

Diaz-Nieto, J and Wilby, RL (2005) A comparison of statistical downscaling and climate change factor methods: Impacts on low flows in the River Thames, United Kingdom, CLIMATIC CHANGE, 69(2-3), pp.245-268, ISSN: 0165-0009. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-005-1157-6.

Wilby, RL (2005) Uncertainty in water resource model parameters used for climate change impact assessment, Hydrological Processes, 19, pp.3201-3219.

Harpham, C and Wilby, RL (2005) Multi-site downscaling of heavy daily precipitation occurrence and amounts, Journal of Hydrology, 312, pp.235-255.

Crane, M, Whitehouse, P, Comber, S, Ellis, J, Wilby, R (2005) Climate change influences on environmental and human health chemical standards, Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 11(2), pp.289-318, DOI: 10.1080/10807030590925740.

Wedgbrow, CS, Wilby, RL, Fox, HR (2005) Experimental seasonal forecasts of low summer flows in the River Thames, England, using an Expert System, Climate Research, 28, pp.133-141.

Wilby, RL, Hedger, M, Orr, H (2005) Climate change impacts and adaptation: A science agenda for the Environment Agency of England and Wales, Weather, 60(7), pp.206-211, DOI: 10.1256/wea.29.05.

Wilby, RL (2004) Impacts of climate change on reference sites used for ecohydrological restoration and research, Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology, 4, pp.243-253.

Barker, PA, Wilby, RL, Borrows, J (2004) A 200-year precipitation index for the central English Lake District, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 49, pp.769-785.

Wilby, RL, Wedgbrow, CS, Fox, HR (2004) Seasonal predictability of the summer hydrometeorology of the River Thames, UK, Journal of Hydrology, 295, pp.1-16.

Clark, M, Gangopadhyay, S, Hay, L, Rajagopalan, B, Wilby, R (2004) The Schaake Shuffle: a method for reconstructing space-time variability in forecasted precipitation and temperature fields, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 5(February), pp.243-262.

Wilby, RL, Abrahart, RJ, Dawson, CW (2003) Detection of conceptual model rainfall-runoff processes inside an artificial neural network, HYDROLOGICAL SCIENCES JOURNAL-JOURNAL DES SCIENCES HYDROLOGIQUES, 48(2), pp.163-181, ISSN: 0262-6667. DOI: 10.1623/hysj.48.2.163.44699.

Wilby, R (2003) Weekly warming, Weather, 58(11), pp.446-447.

Wilby, R (2003) Past and projected trends in London's urban heat island, Weather, 58(7), pp.251-260.

Wilby, RL, Abrahart, R, Dawson, CD (2003) Inferring conceptual rainfall-runoff model processes using artificial neural networks, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 48, pp.163-182.

Wilby, RL, Tomlinson, OJ, Dawson, CW (2003) Multi-site simulation of precipitation by conditional resampling, Climate Research, 23, pp.183-194.

Leung, LR, Mearns, LO, Giorgi, F, Wilby, RL (2003) Regional climate research: needs and opportunities, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 84, pp.89-95.

Wilby, RL and Wigley, TML (2002) Future changes in the distribution of daily precipitation totals across North America, Geophysical Research Letters, DOI: 10.1029/2001GL013048.

Wilby, RL, Conway, D, Jones, PD (2002) Prospects for downscaling seasonal precipitation variability using conditioned weather generator parameters, Hydrological Processes, 16, pp.1215-1234.

Wilby, RL, Dawson, CW, Barrow, EM (2002) SDSM - a decision support tool for the assessment of regional climate change impacts, Environmental and Modelling Software, 17, pp.145-157.

Hay, LE, Clark, MP, Wilby, RL, Gutowski Jr, WJ, Arritt, RW, Takle, ES, Pan, Z (2002) Use of Regional Climate Model output for hydrologic simulations, Hydrometeorology, 3, pp.571-590.

Dawson, CW, Harpham, C, Wilby, RL, Chen, Y (2002) An evaluation of artificial neural network techniques for flow forecasting in the River Yangtze, China, Hydrology and Earth Systems Science, 6, pp.619-626.

Wedgbrow, C, Wilby, RL, Fox, HR, O'Hare, G (2002) Prospects for seasonal river flow forecasting in England and Wales, International Journal of Climatology, 22, pp.217-236.

Wilby, RL (2001) Cold comfort, Weather, 56, pp.213-215.

Wilby, RL (2001) Downscaling summer rainfall in the UK from North Atlantic ocean temperatures, Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences, 5, pp.245-257.

Fox, HR, Wilby, RL, Moore, HM (2001) The impact of river regulation and climate change on the barred estuary of the Oued Massa, southern Morocco, Regulated Rivers, 17, pp.235-250.

Dawson, CW and Wilby, RL (2001) Hydrological modelling using artificial neural networks, Progress in Physical Geography, 25, pp.80-108.

Wilby, RL (2001) Seasonal forecasting of UK river flows using preceding North Atlantic pressure patterns, Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, 15, pp.56-63.

Hay, LE, Wilby, RL, Leavensley, GH (2000) A comparison of delta change and downscaled GCM scenarios for three mountainous basins in the United States, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 36, pp.387-397.

Wilby, RL and Wigley, TML (2000) Precipitation predictors for downscaling: observed and General Circulation Model relationships, International Journal of Climatology, 20, pp.641-661.

Dawson, CW, Brown, M, Wilby, RL (2000) Inductive learning approaches to rainfall-runoff modelling, International Journal of Neural Systems, 10, pp.43-57.

Wilby, RL, Hay, LE, Gutowski, WJ, Arritt, RW, Takle, ES, Leavesley, GH, Clark, M (2000) Hydrological responses to dynamically and statistically downscaled General Circulation Model output, Geophysical Research Letters, 27, pp.1199-1202.

Wild, R, O'Hare, G, Wilby, R (2000) An analysis of heavy snowfalls /blizzards /snowstorms greater than 13 cm across Great Britain between 1861 and 1996, Journal of Meteorology, 25(246), pp.41-49.

Wilby, RL and Tomlinson, OJ (2000) The 'Sunday Effect' and weekly cycles of winter weather in the UK, Weather, 55(7), pp.214-222.

Wilby, RL (2000) Classics in physical geography revisited: Lamb, H.H. 1950: Types and spells of weather around the year in the British Isles, Progress in Physical Geography, 24, pp.379-383.

Dawson, CW and Wilby, RL (1999) A comparison of artificial neural networks used for rainfall-runoff modelling, Hydrology and Earth Systems Sciences, 3, pp.529-540.

Wilby, RL, Hay, LE, Leavesley, GH (1999) A comparison of downscaled and raw GCM output: implications for climate change scenarios in the San Juan River Basin, Colorado, Journal of Hydrology, 225, pp.67-91.

Wilks, DS and Wilby, RL (1999) The weather generation game: a review of stochastic weather models, Progress in Physical Geography, 23, pp.329-357.

Dawson, CW and Wilby, RL (1998) An Artificial Neural Network Approach to Rainfall-Runoff Modelling, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 43(1), pp.47-66, ISSN: 0262-6667.

Hassan, H, Aramaki, T, Matsuo, K, Wilby, R (1998) Lake stratification and temperature profiles simulated using downscaled GCM output, Journal of Water Science and Technology, 38(11), pp.217-226.

Wilby, RL (1998) Statistical downscaling of daily precipitation using daily airflow and seasonal teleconnection indices, Climate Research, 10, pp.163-178.

Wilby, RL, Wigley, TML, Conway, D, Jones, PD, Hewitson, BC, Main, J, Wilks, DS (1998) Statistical downscaling of General Circulation Model output: a comparison of methods, Water Resources Research, 34, pp.2995-3008.

Wilby, RL, Hassan, H, Hanaki, K (1998) Statistical downscaling of hydrometeorological variables using General Circulation Model output, Journal of Hydrology, 205, pp.1-19.

Wilby, RL (1998) Hydrological impacts of the National Forest, East Midlands Geographer, 21, pp.71-77.

Wilby, RL, Cranston, LE, Darby, EJ (1998) Factors governing macrophyte status in Hampshire chalk streams: implications for catchment management, The Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, 12, pp.179-187.

Wilby, RL (1998) Modelling low-frequency rainfall events using weather pattern and frontal frequencies, Journal of Hydrology, 213, pp.381-392.

Wilby, RL (1998) Global hydrology: processes, resources and environmental management, TRANSACTIONS OF THE INSTITUTE OF BRITISH GEOGRAPHERS, 23(4), pp.536-537, ISSN: 0020-2754.

Hassan, H, Aramaki, T, Hanaki, K, Matsuo, T, Wilby, R (1998) Lake stratification and temperature profiles simulated using downscaled GCM output, Water Science and Technology, 38(11), pp.217-226, ISSN: 0273-1223. DOI: 10.2166/wst.1998.0471.

Wilby, RL and Wigley, TML (1997) Downscaling General Circulation Model output: a review of methods and limitations, Progress in Physical Geography, 21, pp.530-548.

Wilby, RL, Dalgleish, HY, Foster, IDL (1997) The impact of weather patterns on contemporary and historic catchment sediment yields, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 22, pp.353-363.

Wilby, RL (1997) Nonstationarity in daily precipitation series: implications for GCM downscaling using atmospheric circulation indices, International Journal of Climatology, 17, pp.439-454.

Wilby, R, O'Hare, G, Barnsley, N (1997) The North Atlantic Oscillation and British Isles climate variability 1865-1995, Weather, 52(9), pp.266-276.

Wilby, RL (Accepted for publication) The fractal nature of river channel networks: Applications to flood forecasting in the River Soar, Leicestershire, East Midland Geographer, 19(2), pp.59-72, ISSN: 0012-8481.

Wilby, RL (1996) The fractal nature of river channel networks: applications to the River Soar, Leicestershire, UK, East Midlands Geographer, 19, pp.59-72.

Wilby, RL (1996) Critical loads' sensitivity to climate change, Environmental Conservation, 22, pp.363-365.

Conway, D, Wilby, RL, Jones, PD (1996) Precipitation and airflow indices over the British Isles, Climate Research, 7, pp.169-183.

Wild, R, O'Hare, G, Wilby, R (1996) A historical record of blizzards/ major snow events in the UK and Ireland, 1880-1989, Weather, 51(3), pp.82-91.

OHARE, GP and WILBY, R (1995) A REVIEW OF OZONE POLLUTION IN THE UNITED-KINGDOM AND IRELAND WITH AN ANALYSIS USING LAMB WEATHER TYPES, GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL, 161, pp.1-20, ISSN: 0016-7398. DOI: 10.2307/3059923.

Wilby, RL, Barnsley, N, O'Hare, G (1995) Rainfall variability associated with Lamb weather types: the case for incorporating weather fronts, International Journal of Climatology, 15, pp.1241-1252.

Wilby, R (1995) Simulation of precipitation by weather pattern and frontal analysis, Journal of Hydrology, 173(1-4), pp.91-109.

Wilby, RL (1995) Greenhouse hydrology, Progress in Physical Geography, 19, pp.351-369.

O'Hare, GP and Wilby, R (1995) Ozone pollution in the United Kingdom: an analysis using Lamb circulation types, The Geographical Journal, 161(1), pp.1-20.

Wilby, R, Greenfield, B, Glenny, C (1994) A coupled synoptic-hydrological model for climate change impact assessment, Journal of Hydrology, 153(1-4), pp.265-290.

Wilby, RL and Gell, PA (1994) The impact of forest harvesting on water yield: modelling hydrological changes detected by pollen analysis, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 39, pp.471-486.

Wilby, RL (1994) Stochastic weather type simulation for regional climate change impact assessment, Water Resources Research, 30, pp.3395-3403.

Wilby, RL (1994) Exceptional weather in the Midlands, UK during 1988-1990 results in the rapid acidification of an upland stream, Environmental Pollution, 86, pp.15-19.

Large, AR, Petts, GE, Wilby, RL, Greenwood, MT (1993) Restoration of floodplains: a UK perspective, European Water Pollution Control, 3, pp.44-53, ISSN: 0925-5060.

Wilby, RL (1993) The influence of variable weather patterns on river water quality regimes, International Journal of Climatology, 13, pp.447-459.

Wilby, R (1993) Evidence of ENSO in the synoptic climate of the British Isles since 1880, Weather, 48(8), pp.234-239.

Wilby, RL (1993) The influence of variable weather patterns on river water quantity and quality regimes, International Journal of Climatology, 13, pp.447-459.

Large, ARG, Petts, GE, Wilby, RL, Greenwood, MT (1993) Restoration of floodplains: a UK perspective, European Water Pollution Control, 3, pp.44-53.

Wilby, RL (1993) Evidence of ENSO in the synoptic climate of the British Isles since 1880, Weather, 48, pp.234-239.

Parry, S, Wilby, RL, Prudhomme, C, Wood, PJ (Accepted for publication) A systematic assessment of drought termination in the United Kingdom, DOI: 10.5194/hess-2015-476.

De Luca, P, Messori, G, Wilby, R, Mazzoleni, M, Baldassarre, GD (Accepted for publication) Concurrent wet and dry hydrological extremes at the global scale, Earth System Dynamics, 11(1), pp.251-266, DOI: 10.5194/esd-11-251-2020.



Conferences

De Luca, P, Hillier, J, Leckebusch, GC, Wilby, R (2018) Independent and interacting wet-dry extremes in Great Britain within a multivariate dependence model [Abstract]. In European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2018, Vienna, Austria.

De Luca, P, Harpham, C, Wilby, R, Leckebusch, GC, Franzke, C, Hillier, J (2018) Twenty-first century CMIP5 projections of atmospheric circulation over British Isles under RCP4.5 and RCP8.5 scenarios [Abstract]. In European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly 2018, Vienna, Austria.

De Luca, P, Harpham, C, Wilby, R, Franzke, C, Leckebusch, GC, Hillier, JK (2018) Evaluating 21st century projections of anticyclonic weather frequency and persistence over the British Isles. In 17th Swiss Climate Summer School, 26th-31st August 2018, Grindelwald, Switerland.

De Luca, P, Hillier, J, Wilby, R, Quinn, NW, Harrigan, S (2017) Extreme multi-basin fluvial flows and their relationship to extra-tropical cyclones [Abstract]. In European Geosciences Union (EGU), General Assembly 2017, Vienna (Austria).

Hillier, J, De Luca, P, Wilby, R, Quinn, NW, Harrigan, S (2017) Observations relating extreme multi-basin river flows to very severe gales [Abstract]. In European Geosciences Union (EGU), General Assembly 2017, Vienna (Austria).

Yu, D, Guan, M, Wilby, R, Bruce, W, Szegner, MJ (2017) Piloting a real-time surface water flood nowcasting system for enhancing operational resilience of emergency responders [Abstract]. In EGU General Assembly 2017, Vienna.

Pattison, I, Green, D, Yu, D, Bosher, L, Wilby, R, Yang, L, Ryley, T (2016) Spatial-Temporal dynamics of surface water flooding and consequences for emergency services accessibility [Abstract]. In European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2016, Vienna, Austria.

Pattison, I, Green, D, Yu, D, Bosher, L, Wilby, R, Yang, L, Ryley, T (2016) Impacts of surface water flooding on the response times of emergency services [Abstract]. In FloodRisk 2016, Lyon.

Parry, S, Prudhomme, C, Wilby, R, Wood, P (2015) Chronology of drought termination for long records in the Thames catchment. In International Conference on Drought: Research and Science-Policy Interfacing, Valencia, Spain. DOI: 10.1201/b18077-28.

Green, D, Yu, D, Yang, L, Pattison, I, Wilby, R, Bosher, L (2015) Resilience of emergency responders under extreme flooding scenarios in the City of Leicester, UK [Poster]. In 12th International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, Norway,ISBN: 9788271177881.

Yu, D, Green, D, Wilby, R, Pattison, I, Yang, L, Bosher, L, Ryley, T (2015) Beyond ‘flood hotspots’: co-production of knowledge between academia and stakeholders for improved resilience of emergency response to flood disasters [abstract]. In American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco.

Duangyiwa, C, Yu, D, Wilby, R, Aobpaet, A (2015) Coastal flood risks in the Bangkok Metropolitan Region, Thailand: combined impacts of land subsidence, sea level rise and storm surge [abstract and map]. In American Geophyiscal Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco.

Harrigan, S, Murphy, C, Hall, J, Wilby, RL, Sweeney, J (2014) Improving Attribution of Detected Changes in Streamflow for Management of Unfolding Impacts on Hydrological Systems. In , GRAND CHALLENGES FACING HYDROLOGY IN THE 21ST CENTURY, pp.143-152, ISBN: 978-1-905254-83-5.

Toone, JA, Wilby, RL, Rice, S (2011) Surface-water temperature variations and river corridor properties. In , WATER QUALITY: CURRENT TRENDS AND EXPECTED CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS, pp.129-134, ISBN: 978-1-907161-23-0.

Orr, HG, des Clers, S, Simpson, GL, Hughes, M, Battarbee, RW, Cooper, L, Dunbar, MJ, Evans, R, Hannaford, J, Hannah, DM, Laize, C, Richards, KS, Watts, G, Wilby, RL (2010) Changing water temperatures: A surface water archive for England and Wales. In Proceedings of the British Hydrological Society Third International Symposium, Newcastle, UK.

Wilby, RL, Mora, S, Abdallah, AO, Ortiz, A (2010) Confronting climate variability and change in Djibouti through risk management. In Proceedings of the 11th Congress of the International Association for Engineering Geology, Aukland, New Zealand.

Fowler, HJ, Wilby, RL, Cooley, D, Sain, SR, Thurston, M (2010) Detecting changes in UK precipitation extremes using climate model projections: Implications for managing fluvial flood risk. In Proceedings of the British Hydrological Society Third International Symposium, Newcastle, UK.

Prudhomme, C, Wilby, RL, Crooks, S, Kay, A, Reynard, N (2010) Regionalisation of the impact of climate change on flood flows using a scenario-neutral approach: application in Great Britain. In Proceedings of the British Hydrological Society Third International Symposium, Newcastle, UK.

Wilby, RL (2010) How climate change science can effectively inform humanitarian and development planning and programmes - a climate scientist perspective. In Discussion Paper for the Humanitarian Futures Programme, Venue, pages.

Parker, J and Wilby, RL (2010) Assessing the sensitivity of water demand to climate change. In British Hydrological Society Third International Symposium, Venue.

Reynard, NS, Crooks, SM, Kay, AL, Prudhomme, C, Donovan, B, Hardy, K, Wilby, RL (2009) Regionalisation of climate impacts on flood flows to support the development of climate change guidance for flood management. In Proceedings of the 44th Defra Flood and Coastal Management Conference, Telford, UK.

Wilby, RL (2008) Dealing with uncertainties of future climate: the special challenge of semi-arid regions. In Proceedings of the Water Tribune: Climate Change and Water Extremes, Expo Zaragoza, Spain.

Hedger, M and Wilby, RL (2006) UK adaptation strategy in the water sector: approach and issues. In European Commission, Workshop on Climate Change on the Water Cycle, Resources and Quality ¿ Research-Policy Interface, Brussels.

Whitehead, PG, Futter, M, Wilby, RL (2006) Impacts of climate change on hydrology, nitrogen and carbon in upland and lowland streams: Assessment of adaptation strategies to meet Water Framework Directive objectives. In Proceedings of the British Hydrological Society Conference, Durham, UK.

Dawson, CW, See, L, Abrahart, RJ, Wilby, RL, Shamseldin, AY, Anctil, F, Belbachir, AN, Bowden, G, Dandy, G, Lauzon, N, Maier, H (2005) A comparative study of artificial neural network techniques for river stage forecasting. In Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Montreal, Canada.

Dawson, CW, Abrahart, RJ, Shamseldin, AY, Wilby, RL, See, LM (2005) Neural network modelling of the 20-year flood event for 850 catchments across the UK. In Proceedings of the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Montreal, Canada.

Wilby, RL (2005) Constructing wet season precipitation scenarios for a site in the Anti Atlas Mountains, Morocco. In Proceedings of the Conference on Optimising Land and Water Resources in Arid Environments, Agadir, Morocco.

Wilby, RL (2005) Background statement on water resources. In Proceedings of the Defra/ Environment Agency Workshop on Adaptation: What Needs to Happen Next, London, UK.

Reynard, N, Crooks, S, Wilby, RL, Kay, A (2004) Climate change and flood frequency in the UK. In Proceedings of the 39th Defra Flood and Coastal Management Conference, University of York, UK.

Harpham, C and Wilby, RL (2004) Multi-site simulation of daily precipitation amounts using Artificial Neural Networks. In Proceedings of the British Hydrological Society International Hydrology Conference, London.

Wilby, RL (2004) Assessing the uncertainty of water resource projections due to conceptual model parameterization in the context of climate change. In -, European Geophysical Union, Nice, France.

Harpham, C and Wilby, RL (2004) Downscaling extreme daily precipitation for the Iberian Peninsular using artificial neural networks. In European Geophysical Union, Nice, France.

Wilby, RL (2003) Devising resilient responses to potential climate change impacts: reply. In Ogmius - Newsletter of the Center for Science and Technology Policy Research, Boulder.

ANNEXG, and Wilby, RL (2002) An international comparative study of artificial neural network techniques for river stage forecasting. In Proceedings of the British Hydrological Society National Hydrology Symposium, Birmingham, UK.

Wilby, RL (2002) Getting to the point: downscaling coarse resolution climate model output for environmental impact assessment. In Millieu: Journal of the NUI Maynooth Geography Society, -, pp.22-25.

Wilby, RL (2000) Needs and availability of climate scenarios for hydrological impacts. Climate scenarios for water-related and coastal impact ECLAT-2. In Report No.2, Lage Vuursche Workshop, Climatic Research Unit, Norwich, UK, pp.93-96.

Dawson, CW, Wilby, RL, Harpham, C, Brown, MR, Cranston, E, Darby, EJ (2000) Modelling Ranunculus presence in the Rivers Test and Itchen using artificial neural networks. In Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on GeoComputation, University of Greenwich, UK.

Wilby, RL and Wigley, TML (1999) Downscaling General Circulation Model output: a reappraisal of methods and limitations. In Sivakumar, MVKE (ed) Proceedings of the START/WMO International Workshop, Climate Prediction and Agriculture, Geneva, Switzerland, pp.27-29.

Wilby, RL (1999) Constructing regional climate scenarios by means of statistical downscaling: a comparison of methods. In Kinsman, J, Mathai, V, C, Baer, M, Holt, E, Trexler, eds, M (ed) Proceedings of the Air and Waste Management Association's Second International Speciality Conference, Global Climate Change: Science, Policy and Mitigation/Adaption Strategies, VIP-89, -, pp.942-950.

Wilby, RL and Schimel, DS (1999) Scales of interaction in ego-hydrological relations. In Baird, AJ and Wilby, RL (ed) Workshop on Eco-Hydrology, ECO-HYDROLOGY: PLANTS AND WATER IN TERRESTRIAL AND AQUATIC ENVIRONMENTS, UNIV SHEFFIELD, SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND, pp.39-77, ISBN: 0-415-16272-6.

Wilby, RL (1997) Statistical downscaling of General Circulation Model output for climate change impact assessment. In Proceedings of the Sixth British Hydrological Society National Hydrology Symposium, University of Salford, UK.

Wilby, RL, Conway, D, Jones, PD (1996) GCM downscaling using air flow indices. In International Conference on Water Resources and Environmental Research: Towards the 21st Century, Kyoto, Japan, pp.325-332.

Wilby, R (1995) Modelling the impact of extreme weather on surface water acidity regimes. In , IAHS-AISH Publication.

Wilby, RL (1995) Modelling the impact of extreme weather on surface water acidity regimes. In Petts, GEE (ed) IAHS Publication, Man's influence on freshwater ecosystems and water use, -, pp.15-24.

Dalgleish, HY, Wilby, RL, Forster, IDL (1995) Modelling the impact of climate change on sediment yields under two land use scenarios. In British Hydrological Society Fifth National Hydrology Symposium, Edinburgh, UK.

Wilby, RL (1994) A critical assessment of stochastic rainfall models for downscaling GCM output. In Annales Geophysicae, -, p. 412.

Wilby, RL and Vitkovic, G (1993) Climate abstraction and landuse changes: impacts on low flows in UK catchments. In British Hydrological Society Fourth National Hydrology Symposium, Cardiff, pp.9-15.

Wilby, RL and Vitkovic, G (1993) Climate, abstraction and land-use changes: impacts on low flows in UK catchments. In British Hydrological Society Fourth National Hydrology Symposium, Cardiff, UK. Institute of Hydrology, pp.9-15.

Wilby, RL (1992) The influence of variable weather patterns on river water quantity and quality regimes. In Annales Geophysicae, -, p. 308.

Wilby, RL (1990) Climate change and the reversibility of acidified catchments. In Annales Geophysicae, -, p. 88.

Wilby, RL (1989) Changing synoptic patterns, rainfall regimes and acid inputs in the East Midlands. In Conference on Climate and Water, Helsinki, pp.209-218.



Books

Shackley, S, Kersey, J, Wilby, R, Fleming, P (2017) Changing by degrees: The potential impacts of climate change in the East Midlands,ISBN: 9780754611400. DOI: 10.4324/9781315260655.

Wilby, RL (2017) Climate change in practice: Topics for discussion with group exercises,ISBN: 9781107143456. DOI: 10.1017/9781316534588.

O'Hare, G, Sweeney, J, Wilby, R (2014) Weather, climate and climate change: Human perspectives,ISBN: 9780130283191. DOI: 10.4324/9781315847757.

Baird, AJ and Wilby, RL (2005) Preface,ISBN: 9780415162722.

Baird, AJ and Wilby, RL (2005) Eco-Hydrology,ISBN: 9780415162722. DOI: 10.4324/9780203980095.

O'Hare, G, Sweeney, J, Wilby, RL (2005) Weather, Climate and Climate Change: Human Perspectives, Pearson Education Ltd.

Shackley, S, Kersey, J, Wilby, RL, Flemming, P (2001) Changing by Degrees: The Potential Impacts of Climate Change in the East Midlands, Ashgate.

Baird, AJ and Wilby, RL (ed) (1999) Eco-Hydrology: Plants and Water in Terrestrial and Aquatic Environments, Routledge.

Wilby, RL (ed) (1997) Contemporary Hydrology, John Wiley & Sons Ltd.



Chapters

Wilby, R and Murphy, C (2019) Decision-making by water managers despite climate uncertainty. In The Oxford Handbook of Planning for Climate Change Hazards, © Oxford University Press, pp.1-1, ISBN: 9780190455811. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190455811.013.52.

Wilby, RL (2018) A review of climate change impacts on the built environment. In Planning for Climate Change: A Reader in Green Infrastructure and Sustainable Design for Resilient Cities, pp.34-41, ISBN: 9780815391678.

Wilby, R (2017) Regional climate change scenarios for the East Midlands. In Changing by Degrees: The Potential Impacts of Climate Change in the East Midlands, pp.37-80, ISBN: 9780754611400.

Wilby, R (2016) Managing rivers in a changing climate. In River Science Research and Management for the 21st Century, © John Wiley & Sons, pp.353-371, ISBN: 9781119994343. DOI: 10.1002/9781118643525.

Wilby, R, Fowler, HJ, Donovan, B (2014) Detecting changes in winter precipitation extremes and fluvial flood risk. In Applied uncertainty analysis for flood risk management, © Imperial College Press, pp.578-604, ISBN: 9781848162709.

Lal, PN, Mitchell, T, Aldunce, P, Auld, H, Mechler, R, Miyan, A, Romano, LE, Zakaria, S, Dlugolecki, A, Masumoto, T, Ash, N, Hochrainer, S, Hodgson, R, Islam, TU, Mc Cormick, S, Neri, C, Pulwarty, R, Rahman, A, Ramalingam, B, Sudmeier-Reiux, K, Tompkins, E, Twigg, J, Wilby, R (2012) National systems for managing the risks from climate extremes and disasters. In Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation: Special Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, pp.339-392, ISBN: 9781107025066. DOI: 10.1017/CBO9781139177245.009.

Abrahart, RJ, See, LM, Dawson, CW, Shamseldin, AY, Wilby, RL (2010) Nearly Two Decades of Neural Network Hydrology Modeling. In Sivakumar, B and Berndtsson, R (ed) Advances in Data-Based Approaches for Hydrologic Modeling and Forecasting, World Scientific Publishing, pp.267-347, ISBN: 978-981-4307-97-0.

Wright, J, Horvath, B, Wilby, RL (2010) River basin management in a changing climate. In Quevuviller, P, Borchers, U, Thompson, KC, Simonart, T (ed) The Water Framework Directive - Action Programmes and Adaptations to Climate Change, Royal Society of Chemistry, pp.17-33.

Lopez, A, Wilby, RL, Fung, CF, New, M (2010) Emerging approaches to climate risk management. In Fung, CF, Lopez, A, New, M (ed) Modelling the impact of climate change on water resources, Blackwell Publishing, pp.128-135.

Wilby, RL and Fowler, HJ (2010) Regional climate downscaling. In Fung, CF, Lopez, A, New, M (ed) Modelling the impact of climate change on water resources, Blacwell Publishing, pp.34-85.

Wright, J, Horvath, B, Wilby, R (2010) Chapter 2.1: River Basin management in a changing climate. In Unknown Parent Title, pp.17-33, ISBN: 9781849730532. DOI: 10.1039/9781849732291-00017.

Clark, MP, Hay, LE, McCabe, GJ, Leavesley, GH, Serreze, MC, Wilby, RL (2006) Use of weather and climate information in forecasting water supply in the Western United States. In Water and climate: In the Western United States, pp.69-92, ISBN: 9780870818547.

Dawson, CW and Wilby, RL (2004) Single network modelling solutions. In Abrahart, B and See, LE (ed) Neural Networks for Hydrological Modelling, A.A. Balkema, pp.39-59.

Clark, P, Hay, LE, McCabe, GJ, Leavesley, GH, Serreze, MC, Wilby, RL (2003) Use of weather and climate information in forecasting water supply in the Western United States. In Lewis, WMJE (ed) Water and Climate in the Western United States, University Press of Colorado, pp.69-92.

Wilby, RL (2002) Present and future climates. In Rogers, A and Viles, HE (ed) The Student¿s Companion to Geography, Blackwell, pp.22-26.

Wilby, RL and Dettinger, MD (2000) Streamflow changes in the Sierra Nevada, CA simulated using a statistically downscaled General Circulation Model scenario of climate change. In McLaren, SJ and Kniveton, DRE (ed) Linking Climate Change to Land Surface Change, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp.99-121.

Wilby, RL and Schimel, DS (1999) Scales of interaction in plant-water relations. In Baird, A and WILBY, RLE (ed) Eco-Hydrology, Routledge, pp.39-77.

Wilby, RL (1999) The future of eco-hydrology. In Baird, A and WILBY, RLE (ed) Eco-Hydrology, Routledge, pp.346-373.

Pilling, C, Wilby, RL, Jones, JAA (1998) Downscaling of catchment hydrometeorology from GCM output using airflow indices: Upper Wye catchment, Plynlimon, upland Wales. In Wheater, H and Kirby, CE (ed) Global Hydrological Processes: Ecological and Hydrological Interactions, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, pp.191-208.

Wilby, RL and Davies, G (1997) Operational hydrology. In Wilby, RLE (ed) Contemporary Hydrology, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, pp.195-240.

Wilby, RL (1997) Beyond the river catchment. In Wilby, RLE (ed) Contemporary Hydrology, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, pp.317-346.

Wilby, RL (1997) The changing roles of hydrology. In Wilby, RLE (ed) Contemporary Hydrology, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, pp.1-24.

Wilby, RL and Gibert, J (1996) Hydrological and hydrochemical dynamics. In Petts, GE and Amoros, CE (ed) Fluvial Hydrosystems, Chapman and Hall, p.322.

Wilby, RL (1994) Catchment hydrology. In Boucher, KE (ed) Loughborough in its regional setting, British Association for the Advancement of Science, Loughborough University.

Wilby, RL and Gilbert, J (1993) Dynamiques hydrologiques et hydrochimiques. In Amoros, C and Petts, GEE (ed) Hydrosystemes Fluviaux, Masson, pp.43-59.

Wilby, RL and Gibert, J (1993) Dynamiques hydrologiques et hydrochimiques. In Amoros, C and Petts, GEE (ed) Hydrosystèmes Fluviaux, Masson, 300 .



School/Dept Working Papers

Wilby, RL (1988) The Shifting Climate and Catchment Acidification Model: preliminary results and proposals for future investigation.



Posters

De Luca, P, Harpham, C, Wilby, R, Franzke, C, Leckebusch, G, Hillier, J (2018) Evaluation of 21st-century CMIP5 projections of weather pattern persistence over the British Isles under RCP8.5, 4th National Climate Dynamics Meeting, University of Oxford - Dept. of Physics, Clarendon Laboratory (UK), 23rd-24th July 2018.

De Luca, P, Hillier, J, Wilby, R, Quinn, NW, Harrigan, S (2017) Extreme multi-basin flooding linked with extra-tropical cyclones [Poster].

De Luca, P, Hillier, J, Wilby, R, Quinn, NW, Harrigan, S (2016) EXTREME MULTI-BASIN FLUVIAL FLOWS IN GREAT BRITAIN DURING 1975-2014: ANALYSIS OF THEIR SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL EXTENT, Loughborough Research Conference 2016.



Reports

Connell, R, Hamaker-Taylor, R, Khosa, B, Firth, J, Rycerz, A, Turner, S, Owain, E, Lu, X, Bater, R, Haworth, A, Steeves, J, Baglee, A, Linares, A, Wilby, R (2020) Charting a new climate, UNEPFI.

Wilby, R (2018) Information sources to support ADB climate risk assessments and management,ISBN: 9789292613587. DOI: 10.22617/TIM189600-2.

Wilby, R (2014) Climate for development in Africa (ClimDev) – climate sciences and services for Africa. Strategic research opportunities for ClimDev-Africa. DOI: 10.12774/eod_cr.may2014.wilbyr.

Wilby, RL (2012) A synthesis of climate change scenarios and impacts on Tunisia, World Bank.

Dessai, S and Wilby, RL (2011) How can developing country decision makers incorporate uncertainty about climate risks into existing planning and policymaking processes?, World Resources Report.

Wilby, RL, Friedhoff, M, Connell, R, Rabb, B, Minikulov, N, Homidov, A, Leonidova, N (2011) Improving the climate resilience of Tajikistan’s hydropower sector: Final Report, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

Wilby, RL (2011) Using climate model output for water resource applications, World Bank.

Wilby, RL (2010) Improving the climate resilience of Tajikistan's hydropower sector: Climate variability and change in Tajikistan, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, London.

Verner, D, Wilby, RL, Breisinger, C, Saade, M (2010) Policy note for the State Planning Commission in Syria: Syria in a changing climate, World Bank, Washington, USA.

Wilby, RL (2010) Climate change projections and downscaling for Jordan, Lebanon and Syria, Synthesis Report on behalf of the World Bank.

Le Quesne, T, Matthews, JH, Von der Heyden, C, Wickel, AJ, Wilby, RL, Hartmann, J, Pegram, G, Kistin, E, Blate, G, de Freitas, GK, Levine, E, Guthrie, C, McSweeney, C, Sindorf, N (2010) Flowing forward; Freshwater ecosystem adaptation to climate change in water resources management and biodiversity conservation. Water Working Note 28, Water Sector Board of the Sustainable Development Network of the World Bank Group, Washington, DC, USA.

Murphy, JM, Sexton, DMH, Jenkins, GJ, Booth, BBB, Brown, CC, Clark, RT, Collins, M, Harris, GR, Kendon, EJ, Betts, RA (2009) UK Climate Projections Science Report: Climate change projections, Met Office Hadley Centre, Exeter.

Matthews, J, Le Quesne, T, Wilby, RL, Pegram, G, Hartmann, J, Wickel, B, McSweeney, C, Von der Heyden, C, Levine, E, Guthrie, C, Blate, G, de Freitas, G (2009) Flowing Forward: Making Decisions about Freshwater Biodiversity and Sustainable Management in a Shifting Climate, WWF¿US, Washington, US.

Wilby, RL (2009) River basin management in a changing climate: guiding principles to assist adaptation, p.19, European Commission, Brussels.

Wilby, RL (2009) Climate change risks and adaptation options for the Republic of Djibouti, p.29, World Bank, Washington.

Wilby, RL (2009) An assessment of invertebrate-based target flows for the River Itchen, Hampshire, WWF-UK.

Wilby, RL (2009) Daily weather generation for data sparse regions: Model development and testing in Yemen, World Bank.

Wilby, RL (2009) Climate change projections of near surface daily gust velocities at Changi, Singapore, Tropical Marine Science Institute, National University of Singapore.

Wilby, RL (2009) Climate for development in South Asia (ClimDev-SAsia): An inventory of cooperative programmes and sources of climate risk information to support robust adaptation, UK Department for International Development.

Wilby, RL (2009) An evaluation of climate data and downscaling options for Yemen, World Bank.

Hewitson, BC and Wilby, RL (2008) A climate scenarios portal for the MENA region. Phase I, p.53, World Bank, Washington.

Wilby, RL and Miller, K (2008) Navigating Climate Change Information and Data: A Guide for Water and Wastewater Utilities (Phase I). Compendium of resources, tools and international methods, p.23, WRF, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO.

Wilby, RL (2008) Downscaling future skew surge statistics at Sheerness, Kent. Phase 3 studies synthesis report. Thames Estuary 2100, p.27, Environment Agency.

Wilby, RL, Vaughan, K, Anderson, A, Nielsen, L, Tebaldi, C (2008) Synthesis of findings and options to increase resilience, p.21, WWF-UK, Panda House, Godalming, UK.

Wilby, RL (2008) Towards a climate smart WWF: Hallmarks of an adapting organization, p.22, WWF-UK, Panda House, Godalming, UK.

Wilby, RL (2008) A climate scenarios portal for the MENA region. Annex 1: A conditional weather generator for rapid construction of local precipitation and temperature scenarios, p.23, World Bank, Washington.

Wilby, RL (2008) Towards a climate smart WWF: Meta-analysis of climate change impacts on ecosystems. Part 1: The scale of the challenge, p.54, WWF-UK.

Wilby, RL and Dawson, CW (2008) Downscaling future extreme surge statistics at Sheerness, Kent. Project Record Annex 2, p.7, Thames Estuary Strategy 2100, London.

Wilby, RL (2008) A review of recent trends and projected climate changes for Niger, West Africa, p.17, Tearfund, UK.

Wilby, RL (2008) Towards a climate smart WWF, p.18, WWF-UK.

Wilby, RL and Fowler, HJ (2008) Methods for detecting changes in seasonal precipitation extremes, p.28, Environment Agency, UK.

Wilby, RL (2008) Seasonal forecasting as an adaptation tools for drought management in NE Brazil, p.16, Tearfund, UK.

Wilby, RL (2008) Climate change scenarios for the Republic of Yemen, p.27, World Bank.

Wilby, RL, Gelli, A, Carter, A, O'Shea, K (2007) Climate change research and development sciences, p.36, UK Collaborative on Development Sciences, Wellcome Trust.

Wilby, RL (2007) A review of climate change scenarios for northeast Brazil, p.22, Tearfund.

Wilby, RL (2007) Options for improving climate scenarios and impact assessment capacity in Africa, Asia and Latin America, p.40, UK Government¿s Department for International Development, London.

Wilby, RL (2007) Decadal forecasting techniques for adaptation and development planning: A briefing document on available methods, constraints, risks and opportunities, p.41, UK Government¿s Department for International Development, London.

Wilby, RL and al-, E (2007) Climate change scenarios for Morocco, p.23, Climate change scenarios for Morocco.

Wilby, RL and Dawson, CW (2007) Downscaling future extreme surge statistics at Sheerness, Kent. Project Record Annex 1, p.19, Thames Estuary Strategy 2100, London.

Wilby, RL (2007) Improving developing country capability to predict climate change, p.26, UK Government¿s Department for International Development, London.

European Environment Agency, and Wilby, RL (2007) Climate Change and Water Adaptation Issues, p.110, EEA Technical Report No 2/2007, Copenhagen.

Wilby, RL and Dawson, CW (2007) Using SDSM 4.1: A decision support tool for the assessment of regional climate change impacts, p.93, Environment Agency, Thames Estuary 2100 Project.

Wilby, RL (2006) SDSM calibration for Independence Pass. In: Aspen Global Change Institute (AGCI) Climate Change and Aspen: An Assessment of Impacts and Potential Responses. Appendix B, pp.107-111, Aspen Global Change Institute, Colorado.

Wilby, RL, Hedger, MM, Parker, C (2004) What We Need to Know and When: Decision-Makers' Perspectives on Climate Change Science, p.42, Environment Agency, Bristol.

Duerden, SL and Wilby, RL (2004) Review of Position Paper on Coastal Evolution at Drigg, p.21, Environment Agency, Reading.

Wilby, RL (2003) Climate change scenarios. In: Wagner, F.H. (ed.) Rocky Mountain/Great Basin Regional Climate Change Assessment, pp.49-52, U.S. Global Change Research Program. Utah State University, Logan.

Wilby, RL (2002) Long term hydrometeorological context to the River Itchen Sustainability Study, p.26, the River Itchen Steering Group, Halcrow Group Ltd.

Partnership-, LCC and Wilby, RL (2002) A climate change impacts in London evaluation study, Entec UK Ltd.

Wilby, RL (2002) Studying the predictability of runoff at important dams, p.4, REN-ICAT Midterm Report, Lisbon, Portugal.

Wade, S and Wilby, RL (2002) Climate change scenarios for UKCIP02 - Implementation for flood and coastal defence, Environment Agency, Risk Analysis Section.

Wilby, RL and Dawson, CW (2001) Using SDSM: A decision support tool for the assessment of regional climate change impacts, Environment Agency, Risk Analysis Section.

Wilby, RL (2000) Current and future climate of the West Midlands. State of the Environment, Environment Agency, Severn Trent Region.

Wilby, RL (2000) Statistical Downscaling of General Circulation Model Output Using Multiple Circulation Predictors, National Center for Atmospheric Research on behalf of the Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California, USA.

Kersey, J, Wilby, RL, Flemming, P, Shackley, S (2000) The potential impacts of climate change in the East Midlands, p.174, East Midlands Sustainable Development Round Table. Entec UK Limited, Leamington Spa, UK.

Kersey, J, Wilby, RL, Fleming, P, Shackley, S (2000) The potential impacts of climate change in the East Midlands, p.37, East Midlands Sustainable Development Round Table. Entec UK Limited, Leamington Spa, UK.

Wilby, RL (1998) Vulnerability and Climate Change in the Rocky Mountains and Great Basin, U.S. National Assessment, Section G.1. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.

Cranston, LE, Darby, EJ, Wilby, RL, Dawson, CW, Spink, AJ, Bickerton, MA (1998) Macrophyte status of the Rivers Test and Itchen, p.18, Loughborough Ecologists and The Environment Agency, Hampshire, UK.

Cranston, LE, Darby, EJ, Wilby, RL, Dawson, CW, Spink, AJ, Bickerton, M (1998) Macrophyte status in Rivers Test and Itchen 1997, Environment Agency, Southern Region.

Wilby, RL (1998) Statistical Downscaling. A Consortium for the Application of Climate Impact Assessments (ACACIA), Technical Note 98.1, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado, USA.

Wilby, RL, Wilks, TML, Hewitson, BC, Conway, D, Jones, PD (1996) Statistical Downscaling of General Circulation Model Output, p.730, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California, USA.

Cranston, LE, Darby, EJ, Wilby, RL (1996) Modelling macrophyte status in Hampshire chalk streams, National Rivers Authority, Southern Region.

Wilby, RL (1995) Hydrological model of the Test catchment Chapter 5 In: Cranston, L.E. and Darby, E.J, Rivers Test and Itchen Macrophyte Survey 1994, Technical Department Science Group, Southern Region, National Rivers Authority, Hampshire, UK.

Wilby, RL (1994) Modelling the relative impact of weather, landuse and groundwater abstraction on low flows. R&D Note 268, p.131, National Rivers Authority.

Petts, GE, Bickerton, M, Barker, P, Maddock, I, Wilby, RL, Gell, P (1994) The River Babingley - A study of in-river weeds, NRA Anglian Region.

Petts, GE, Bickerton, M, Barker, P, Maddock, I, Wilby, RL, Gell, P (1994) Effects of groundwater abstraction on the hydrology and macro-invertebrate ecology of the River Wissey, Norfolk, NRA Anglian Region.

Wilby, RL (1993) River Ouse augmentation scheme, Vale of York groundwater development, fisheries investigations: Impact on water temperatures, Yorkshire Water Services Ltd.

Wilby, RL (1993) River Ouse Augmentation Scheme, Vale of York Groundwater Development, Fisheries Investigations: Impact on Water Temperatures, Yorkshire Water Services Ltd, Freshwater Environmental Group, Loughborough University.

Petts, GE, Large, RG, Wilby, RL (1991) Hydrological-ecological interactions: the Insh Marshes, Nature Conservancy Council for Scotland and the Institute of Hydrology.

Petts, GE, Wilby, RL, Maddock, I, Darby, E (1989) An environmental assessment of the proposed increased development of the Southern Lincolnshire Limestone including the Gwash-Glen inter-basin transfer, NRA Anglian Region.



Thesis/Dissertation

Wilby, RL (1991) The influence of climate on the hydrogen-ion budget of upland catchments: a hydrological approach.



Other

Wilby, RL, Skuriat, T, Skuriat, V (2019) Letter: Bumper summer for wine and clime in the UK. DOI: 10.1002/wea.3489.

Wilby, RL (2010) Imagine a world without climate models, Guest post at Climate Science: Roger Pielke Sr..

Wilby, RL and Miller, K (2009) Technical Briefing Notes on Climate Variability and Change, Climate Change Clearing House, -.

Wilby, RL and Dawson, CW (2007) Statistical DownScaling Model (SDSM) software, -.

Wilby, RL (2006) The Discovery of Global Warming by Weart, S.R.

Wilby, RL (2005) Hydrological Sciences Journal.

Wilby, RL (2005) International Journal of Climatology.

Wilby, RL (2004) Handbook of Atmospheric Science: Principles and Applications by Hewitt, C.N. and Jackson, A.

Wilby, RL, Charles, S, Mearns, LO, Whetton, P, Zorito, E, Timbal, B (2004) Guidelines for Use of Climate Scenarios Developed from Statistical Downscaling Methods, -.

Wilby, RL (2003) Detecting and Modelling Regional Climate Change by Brunet, M. and Lopez, D.

Wilby, RL (2002) Synoptic and Dynamic Climatology by Barry, R.G. and Carleton, A.M.

Wilby, RL (1998) Global Hydrology by Jones, J.A.A.

Wilby, RL (1998) Regional Climates of the British Isles¿ by Wheeler, D and Mayes, J. (eds).

Wilby, RL (1997) Climate Research.

Wilby, RL (1997) Global Warming, River Flows and Water Resources by Arnell, N.

Wilby, RL (1997) Scale Issues in Hydrological Modelling by Kalma, J.D. and Sivapalan, M. (eds.).

Wilby, RL (1996) Simulated real-time intercomparison of hydrological models¿ by World Meteorological Organisation, Operational Hydrology Report No. 38.

Wilby, RL (1996) Statistical Modelling in Hydrology¿ by Clarke, R.T.

De Luca, P, Harpham, C, Wilby, R, Hillier, J, Franzke, C, Leckebusch, G Past and projected weather pattern persistence with associated multi-hazards in the British Isles. DOI: 10.31223/osf.io/ghuzv.



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