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Research interests

  • Urban hydrological modelling.
  • Semi-arid hydrological modelling.
  • Satellite and reanalysis data.
  • Seasonal forecasting.

James Fidal's PhD research interests were in characterising urban areas as simple processes within hydrological modelling. With his main research interests in how we can utilise satellite and reanalysis data to better force hydrological models for regions which don't have access to data.

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Research Output

Operational comparison of rainfall-runoff models through hypothesis testing

Fidal, J. & Kjeldsen, T., 6 Feb 2020, In : Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. 25, 4, p. 1-26 26 p., 0402005.

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Predicting future change in water flows and quality in urbanising catchments

Hutchins, M. G., Dadson, S., Kjeldsen, T., Fidal, J. & Prosdocimi, I., 6 Oct 2016.

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Thesis

Investigating the Impact of Urbanisation on Rainfall-Runoff Models

Author: Fidal, J., 29 May 2019

Supervisor: Zang, J. (Supervisor) & Kjeldsen, T. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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