Thomas Rodding Kjeldsen
Thomas Rodding Kjeldsen
Water, Environment and Infrastructure Resilience (WEIR) group, University of Bath
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Changing climate shifts timing of European floods
G Blöschl, J Hall, J Parajka, RAP Perdigăo, B Merz, B Arheimer, ...
Science 357 (6351), 588-590, 2017
Review of trend analysis and climate change projections of extreme precipitation and floods in Europe
H Madsen, D Lawrence, M Lang, M Martinkova, TR Kjeldsen
Journal of Hydrology 519, 3634-3650, 2014
Understanding flood regime changes in Europe: a state-of-the-art assessment
J Hall, B Arheimer, M Borga, R Brázdil, P Claps, A Kiss, TR Kjeldsen, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (7), 2735-2772, 2014
Assessing the impact of urbanization on storm runoff in a peri-urban catchment using historical change in impervious cover
JD Miller, H Kim, TR Kjeldsen, J Packman, S Grebby, R Dearden
Journal of Hydrology 515, 59-70, 2014
Choice of reliability, resilience and vulnerability estimators for risk assessments of water resources systems/Choix d’estimateurs de fiabilité, de résilience et de …
TR Kjeldsen, D Rosbjerg
Hydrological sciences journal 49 (5), 2004
Changing climate both increases and decreases European river floods
G Blöschl, J Hall, A Viglione, RAP Perdigăo, J Parajka, B Merz, D Lun, ...
Nature 573 (7772), 108-111, 2019
Regional flood frequency analysis in the KwaZulu-Natal province, South Africa, using the index-flood method
TR Kjeldsen, JC Smithers, RE Schulze
Journal of hydrology 255 (1-4), 194-211, 2002
Documentary evidence of past floods in Europe and their utility in flood frequency estimation
TR Kjeldsen, N Macdonald, M Lang, L Mediero, T Albuquerque, ...
Journal of Hydrology 517, 963-973, 2014
Detection and attribution of urbanization effect on flood extremes using nonstationary flood‐frequency models
I Prosdocimi, TR Kjeldsen, JD Miller
Water Resources Research 51 (6), 4244-4262, 2015
Use of a two-component exponential distribution in partial duration modelling of hydrological droughts in Zimbabwean rivers
TR Kjeldsen, A Lundorf, D Rosbjerg
Hydrological Sciences Journal 45 (2), 285-298, 2000
Identification of coherent flood regions across Europe by using the longest streamflow records
L Mediero, TR Kjeldsen, N Macdonald, S Kohnova, B Merz, S Vorogushyn, ...
Journal of Hydrology 528, 341-360, 2015
Non-stationarity in annual and seasonal series of peak flow and precipitation in the UK
I Prosdocimi, TR Kjeldsen, C Svensson
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 14 (5), 1125-1144, 2014
The revitalised FSR/FEH rainfall-runoff method
TR Kjeldsen
NERC/Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, 2007
An investigation of site-similarity approaches to generalisation of a rainfall–runoff model
AL Kay, DA Jones, SM Crooks, TR Kjeldsen, CF Fung
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11 (1), 500-515, 2007
Regional parent flood frequency distributions in Europe–Part 1: Is the GEV model suitable as a pan-European parent?
JL Salinas, A Castellarin, A Viglione, S Kohnova, TR Kjeldsen
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (11), 4381-4389, 2014
Modelling the impact of urbanization on flood frequency relationships in the UK
TR Kjeldsen
Hydrology Research 41 (5), 391-405, 2010
A comparison of two event-based flood models (ReFH-rainfall runoff model and HEC-HMS) at two Korean catchments, Bukil and Jeungpyeong
J Joo, T Kjeldsen, HJ Kim, H Lee
KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering 18 (1), 330-343, 2014
An exploratory analysis of error components in hydrological regression modeling
TR Kjeldsen, DA Jones
Water resources research 45 (2), 2009
Prediction uncertainty in a median‐based index flood method using L moments
TR Kjeldsen, DA Jones
Water Resources Research 42 (7), 2006
Current understanding of hydrological processes on common urban surfaces
TW Redfern, N Macdonald, TR Kjeldsen, JD Miller, N Reynard
Progress in Physical Geography 40 (5), 699-713, 2016
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