Darren Lumbroso
Darren Lumbroso
HR Wallingford
Verified email at hrwallingford.com
TitleCited byYear
Reducing the uncertainty in indirect estimates of extreme flash flood discharges
D Lumbroso, E Gaume
Journal of hydrology 414, 16-30, 2012
A comparison of the causes, effects and aftermaths of the coastal flooding of England in 1953 and France in 2010
D Lumbroso, F Vinet
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 11, 2321-2333, 2011
A comparative analysis of the loss of life during two recent floods in France: the sea surge caused by the storm Xynthia and the flash flood in Var
F Vinet, D Lumbroso, S Defossez, L Boissier
Natural hazards 61 (3), 1179-1201, 2012
Industrial water demand management and cleaner production potential: a case of three industries in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
B Gumbo, S Mlilo, J Broome, D Lumbroso
Physics and chemistry of the earth, parts a/b/c 28 (20-27), 797-804, 2003
An assessment of flood emergency plans in England and Wales, France and the Netherlands
D Lumbroso, K Stone, F Vinet
Natural Hazards 58 (1), 341-363, 2011
The effectiveness of extreme rainfall alerts in predicting surface water flooding in England and Wales
AP Hurford, SJ Priest, DJ Parker, DM Lumbroso
International journal of climatology 32 (11), 1768-1774, 2012
Handbook for the assessment of catchment water demand and use
HR Wallingford, D Lumbroso
Retrieved, from the World Wide Web: http://www. hrwallingford. co. uká…, 2003
Validating the return period of rainfall thresholds used for E xtreme R ainfall A lerts by linking rainfall intensities with observed surface water flood events
AP Hurford, DJ Parker, SJ Priest, DM Lumbroso
Journal of Flood Risk Management 5 (2), 134-142, 2012
Enhancing resilience to coastal flooding from severe storms in the USA: International lessons
D Lumbroso, N Suckall, R Nicholls, K White
Natural Hazards and Earth Science Systems 17, 1357-1373, 2017
Sustainable flood risk management strategies to reduce rural communities' vulnerability to flooding in Mozambique
D Lumbroso, D Ramsbottom, M Spaliveiro
Journal of Flood Risk Management 1 (1), 34-42, 2008
Hydrodynamic and loss of life modelling for the 1953 Canvey Island flood
M Di Mauro, D Lumbroso
Engaging stakeholders in research to address water–energy–food (WEF) nexus challenges
C Hoolohan, A Larkin, C McLachlan, R Falconer, I Soutar, J Suckling, ...
Sustainability science 13 (5), 1415-1426, 2018
Evacuation and traffic management
D Lumbroso
T17-07-02, 2008
The challenges of developing rainfall intensity–duration–frequency curves and national flood hazard maps for the Caribbean
DM Lumbroso, S Boyce, H Bast, N Walmsley
Journal of Flood Risk Management 4 (1), 42-52, 2011
A review of the consideration of climate change in the planning of hydropower schemes in sub-Saharan Africa
DM Lumbroso, G Woolhouse, L Jones
Climatic change 133 (4), 621-633, 2015
Modelling mass evacuations to improve the emergency planning for floods in the UK, the Netherlands and North America
D Lumbroso, W Johnstone, K De Bruijn, M Di Mauro, A Tagg
Stakeholders’ perceptions of the overall effectiveness of early warning systems and risk assessments for weather-related hazards in Africa, the Caribbean and South Asia
D Lumbroso, E Brown, N Ranger
Natural Hazards, 24, 2016
Tools to improve the production of emergency plans for floods: Are they being used by the people that need them?
D Lumbroso, F Vinet
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 20 (3), 149-165, 2012
Frameworks for flood event management
M Mens
T19-07-03, 2008
Use of an agent based model and Monte Carlo analysis to estimate the effectiveness of emergency management interventions to reduce loss of life during extreme floods
D Lumbroso, M Davison
Journal of Flood Risk Management, 2016
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