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Fiona Johnson
Fiona Johnson
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of New South Wales
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
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Future changes to the intensity and frequency of short‐duration extreme rainfall
S Westra, HJ Fowler, JP Evans, LV Alexander, P Berg, F Johnson, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 52 (3), 522-555, 2014
12442014
Natural hazards in Australia: droughts
AS Kiem, F Johnson, S Westra, A van Dijk, JP Evans, A O’Donnell, ...
Climatic Change 139 (1), 37-54, 2016
2482016
A nesting model for bias correction of variability at multiple time scales in general circulation model precipitation simulations
F Johnson, A Sharma
Water Resources Research 48 (1), W01504, 2012
2162012
Measurement of GCM skill in predicting variables relevant for hydroclimatological assessments
F Johnson, A Sharma
Journal of Climate 22 (16), 4373-4382, 2009
1952009
A global comparison of alternate AMSR2 soil moisture products: Why do they differ?
S Kim, YY Liu, FM Johnson, RM Parinussa, A Sharma
Remote Sensing of Environment 161, 43-62, 2015
1912015
Accounting for interannual variability: A comparison of options for water resources climate change impact assessments
F Johnson, A Sharma
Water Resources Research 47 (4), W04508, 2011
1522011
Natural hazards in Australia: floods
F Johnson, CJ White, A van Dijk, M Ekstrom, JP Evans, D Jakob, AS Kiem, ...
Climatic Change 139 (1), 21-35, 2016
1142016
Does storm duration modulate the extreme precipitation‐temperature scaling relationship?
C Wasko, A Sharma, F Johnson
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (20), 8783-8790, 2015
1082015
An assessment of GCM skill in simulating persistence across multiple time scales
F Johnson, S Westra, A Sharma, AJ Pitman
Journal of Climate 24 (14), 3609–3623, 2011
1082011
A comparison of Australian open water body evaporation trends for current and future climates estimated from Class A evaporation pans and general circulation models
F Johnson, A Sharma
Journal of Hydrometeorology 11 (1), 105-121, 2010
932010
How well do general circulation models represent low‐frequency rainfall variability?
E Rocheta, M Sugiyanto, F Johnson, J Evans, A Sharma
Water Resources Research 50 (3), 2108-2123, 2014
862014
Revisiting Pan Evaporation Trends in Australia a Decade on
CM Stephens, TR McVicar, FM Johnson, LA Marshall
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (20), 11,164-11,172, 2018
722018
What are the impacts of bias correction on future drought projections?
F Johnson, A Sharma
Journal of Hydrology 525, 472-485, 2015
702015
A method for combining SRTM DEM and ASTER GDEM2 to improve topography estimation in regions without reference data
HT Pham, L Marshall, F Johnson, A Sharma
Remote Sensing of Environment 210, 229-241, 2018
642018
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
602019
Water resources climate change projections using supervised nonlinear and multivariate soft computing techniques
A Sarhadi, DH Burn, F Johnson, R Mehrotra, A Sharma
Journal of Hydrology 536, 119-132, 2016
562016
A framework for combining multiple soil moisture retrievals based on maximizing temporal correlation
S Kim, RM Parinussa, YY Liu, FM Johnson, A Sharma
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (16), 6662-6670, 2015
542015
Assessing the extent of non-stationary biases in GCMs
J Nahar, F Johnson, A Sharma
Journal of Hydrology 549, 148-162, 2017
492017
Implications of future climate change for event-based hydrologic models
CM Stephens, FM Johnson, LA Marshall
Advances in Water Resources 119, 95-110, 2018
472018
Improving radar rainfall estimation by merging point rainfall measurements within a model combination framework
MM Hasan, A Sharma, G Mariethoz, F Johnson, A Seed
Advances in Water Resources 97, 205-218, 2016
462016
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