Intensification of short-duration rainfall extremes and implications for flash flood risks Scientific Meeting

03 - 04 Feb 2020 Add To Calendar
The Royal Society, London, UK

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Extreme heavy precipitation is increasing in frequency and intensity, and results from new global sub-daily datasets and high-resolution modelling suggest that precipitation extremes will intensify more than anticipated based upon theoretical considerations. Understanding this process is vital in advancing the theoretical knowledge necessary for a step-change in regional prediction from understanding the nature and drivers of precipitation extremes.


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