Christopher J. Skinner
Christopher J. Skinner
Research Fellow - Flood Resilience
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Hyper-resolution mapping of regional storm surge and tide flooding: comparison of static and dynamic models
JA Ramirez, M Lichter, TJ Coulthard, C Skinner
Natural Hazards 82 (1), 571-590, 2016
562016
Simulating tidal and storm surge hydraulics with a simple 2D inertia based model, in the Humber Estuary, UK
CJ Skinner, TJ Coulthard, DR Parsons, JA Ramirez, L Mullen, S Manson
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 155, 126-136, 2015
402015
The sensitivity of landscape evolution models to spatial and temporal rainfall resolution
TJ Coulthard, CJ Skinner
Earth Surface Dynamics 4 (3), 757-771, 2016
242016
Hydrological modelling using ensemble satellite rainfall estimates in a sparsely gauged river basin: The need for whole-ensemble calibration
CJ Skinner, TJ Bellerby, H Greatrex, DIF Grimes
Journal of hydrology 522, 110-122, 2015
162015
Global sensitivity analysis of parameter uncertainty in landscape evolution models
CJ Skinner, TJ Coulthard, W Schwanghart, MJ Wiel, G Hancock
Geoscientific Model Development 11 (12), 4873-4888, 2018
152018
Temperature effects on the spatial structure of heavy rainfall modify catchment hydro-morphological response
N Peleg, C Skinner, S Fatichi, P Molnar
Earth Surface Dynamics 8 (1), 17-36, 2020
112020
Recommendations for improving integration in national end-to-end flood forecasting systems: An overview of the FFIR (Flooding From Intense Rainfall) programme
DLA Flack, CJ Skinner, L Hawkness-Smith, G O’Donnell, RJ Thompson, ...
Water 11 (4), 725, 2019
92019
Improving estuary models by reducing uncertainties associated with river flows
PE Robins, MJ Lewis, J Freer, DM Cooper, CJ Skinner, TJ Coulthard
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 207, 63-73, 2018
82018
Taking a Breath of the Wild: are geoscientists more effective than non-geoscientists in determining whether video game world landscapes are realistic?
R Hut, C Albers, S Illingworth, C Skinner
Geoscience Communication 2 (2), 117-124, 2019
32019
Flash Flood!: a SeriousGeoGames activity combining science festivals, video games, and virtual reality with research data for communicating flood risk and geomorphology
C Skinner
Geoscience Communication 3 (1), 1-17, 2020
22020
Riding the (flood) wave: The Flash Flood! desktop application
C Skinner
Teaching Geography 43 (1), 28-31, 2018
22018
The impact of different rainfall products on landscape modelling simulations
CJ Skinner, N Peleg, N Quinn, TJ Coulthard, P Molnar, J Freer
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 2020
12020
Improving integration (of science and practice) in an end-to-end flood forecasting framework for intense rainfall.
LJ Speight, DLA Flack, CJ Skinner, L Hawkness-Smith, G O'Donnell, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
12019
The impact of DEM resolution on Landscape Evolution Model performance and parameter sensitivity
C Skinner, T Coulthard
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 15825, 2018
12018
Humber-in-a-Box: Gamification to Communicate Coastal Flood Risk in the Face of Rising Seas
CJ Skinner, JD van Rij
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2015, ED53F-03, 2015
12015
Ensemble-characterisation of satellite rainfall uncertainty and its impacts on the hydrological modelling of a sparsely gauged basin in western Africa
CJ Skinner
University of Hull, 2013
12013
A Transport Snapshot From Europe–March 2010: Wireless Vehicular Communications
CJ Skinner
Engineers Australia, Sydney Division Transport Panel Sminar, 2010
12010
The 360 Lab
J Wolstenholme, C Skinner
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-10189, 2021
2021
Can soils act as environmental sponges to help reduce flooding?
J Ahmed, RE Thomas, J Johnson, E Rollason, C Skinner, DR Parsons
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-12779, 2021
2021
Landscapes to Lifescapes-Sociotechnical interventions in public engagement
C Skinner, A Lloyd Wiliams, M Mort, J Coles
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU21-12105, 2021
2021
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