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Conrad Wasko
Conrad Wasko
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If precipitation extremes are increasing, why aren't floods?
A Sharma, C Wasko, DP Lettenmaier
Water resources research 54 (11), 8545-8551, 2018
3802018
Anthropogenic intensification of short-duration rainfall extremes
HJ Fowler, G Lenderink, AF Prein, S Westra, RP Allan, N Ban, R Barbero, ...
Nature Reviews Earth & Environment 2 (2), 107-122, 2021
3722021
Increase in flood risk resulting from climate change in a developed urban watershed–the role of storm temporal patterns
S Hettiarachchi, C Wasko, A Sharma
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (3), 2041-2056, 2018
2142018
Global assessment of flood and storm extremes with increased temperatures
C Wasko, A Sharma
Scientific reports 7 (1), 7945, 2017
211*2017
Steeper temporal distribution of rain intensity at higher temperatures within Australian storms
C Wasko, A Sharma
Nature Geoscience 8 (7), 527-529, 2015
2102015
Influence of changes in rainfall and soil moisture on trends in flooding
C Wasko, R Nathan
Journal of Hydrology 575, 432-441, 2019
1902019
Reduced spatial extent of extreme storms at higher temperatures
C Wasko, A Sharma, S Westra
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (8), 4026-4032, 2016
1492016
Quantile regression for investigating scaling of extreme precipitation with temperature
C Wasko, A Sharma
Water Resources Research 50 (4), 3608-3614, 2014
1422014
Does storm duration modulate the extreme precipitation‐temperature scaling relationship?
C Wasko, A Sharma, F Johnson
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (20), 8783-8790, 2015
1062015
Changes in antecedent soil moisture modulate flood seasonality in a changing climate
C Wasko, R Nathan, MC Peel
Water Resources Research 56 (3), e2019WR026300, 2020
942020
Evidence of shorter more extreme rainfalls and increased flood variability under climate change
C Wasko, R Nathan, L Stein, D O'Shea
Journal of Hydrology 603, 126994, 2021
912021
Atmospheric moisture measurements explain increases in tropical rainfall extremes
TP Roderick, C Wasko, A Sharma
Geophysical Research Letters 46 (3), 1375-1382, 2019
902019
Towards advancing scientific knowledge of climate change impacts on short-duration rainfall extremes
HJ Fowler, H Ali, RP Allan, N Ban, R Barbero, P Berg, S Blenkinsop, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 379 (2195), 20190542, 2021
872021
Relationship of extreme precipitation, dry-bulb temperature, and dew point temperature across Australia
C Wasko, WT Lu, R Mehrotra
Environmental Research Letters 13 (7), 074031, 2018
862018
Incorporating climate change in flood estimation guidance
C Wasko, S Westra, R Nathan, HG Orr, G Villarini, R Villalobos Herrera, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 379 (2195), 20190548, 2021
672021
Intensification of short-duration rainfall extremes and implications for flood risk: Current state of the art and future directions
HJ Fowler, C Wasko, AF Prein
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 379 (2195), 20190541, 2021
642021
Continuous rainfall generation for a warmer climate using observed temperature sensitivities
C Wasko, A Sharma
Journal of Hydrology 544, 575-590, 2017
622017
Trends in global flood and streamflow timing based on local water year
C Wasko, R Nathan, MC Peel
Water Resources Research 56 (8), e2020WR027233, 2020
582020
The relationship of atmospheric air temperature and dew point temperature to extreme rainfall
A Bui, F Johnson, C Wasko
Environmental Research Letters 14 (7), 074025, 2019
562019
Resolving inconsistencies in extreme precipitation‐temperature sensitivities
JB Visser, C Wasko, A Sharma, R Nathan
Geophysical Research Letters 47 (18), e2020GL089723, 2020
532020
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