WEATHER RADAR FOR URBAN PLUVIAL FLOOD FORECASTING :
- Impact of Flash Floods in Cities
- Urban drainage
- Flood protection and forecasting
- Why radar?
- Rainfall totals measured at Ruislip, London and discharge from Yeading Brook West Branch on 8 May 1988
- The passage of line convection over London as observed by the Chenies C-band radar 7 December 2006, 1053UTC
- Polarization techniques offer increased accuracy for measuring heavy rain
- Examples of mobile Doppler dual polarisation X-band radar
- Why do (some) hydrologists still distrust radar estimates of rainfall? Comparison with raingauges
- Why we need to merge rainfall data?
- Amplification of radar errorsDischarge bias using radar data input to a stochastic model of the urban River Croal, UK catchment compared to a model of the Baron Fork River USA catchment
- Fundamental Limitation of Widely Spaced Long Range Radars
- High resolution numerical forecasts
- The problem of issuing an alert under flood forecasting uncertainty
- Concluding remarks