Jeffrey Neal
Jeffrey Neal
University of Bristol
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A high‐accuracy map of global terrain elevations
D Yamazaki, D Ikeshima, R Tawatari, T Yamaguchi, F O'Loughlin, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (11), 5844-5853, 2017
A high‐resolution global flood hazard model
CC Sampson, AM Smith, PD Bates, JC Neal, L Alfieri, JE Freer
Water resources research 51 (9), 7358-7381, 2015
Comparative flood damage model assessment: towards a European approach
B Jongman, H Kreibich, H Apel, JI Barredo, PD Bates, L Feyen, A Gericke, ...
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 12 (12), 3733-3752, 2012
A subgrid channel model for simulating river hydraulics and floodplain inundation over large and data sparse areas
J Neal, G Schumann, P Bates
Water Resources Research 48 (11), 2012
Flood detection in urban areas using TerraSAR-X
DC Mason, R Speck, B Devereux, GJP Schumann, JC Neal, PD Bates
IEEE transactions on geoscience and remote sensing 48 (2), 882-894, 2009
Advances in pan‐European flood hazard mapping
L Alfieri, P Salamon, A Bianchi, J Neal, P Bates, L Feyen
Hydrological processes 28 (13), 4067-4077, 2014
Integrating the LISFLOOD‐FP 2D hydrodynamic model with the CAESAR model: implications for modelling landscape evolution
TJ Coulthard, JC Neal, PD Bates, J Ramirez, GAM de Almeida, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 38 (15), 1897-1906, 2013
Near real-time flood detection in urban and rural areas using high-resolution synthetic aperture radar images
DC Mason, IJ Davenport, JC Neal, GJP Schumann, PD Bates
IEEE transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 50 (8), 3041-3052, 2012
Benchmarking urban flood models of varying complexity and scale using high resolution terrestrial LiDAR data
TJ Fewtrell, A Duncan, CC Sampson, JC Neal, PD Bates
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 36 (7-8), 281-291, 2011
How much physical complexity is needed to model flood inundation?
J Neal, I Villanueva, N Wright, T Willis, T Fewtrell, P Bates
Hydrological Processes 26 (15), 2264-2282, 2012
A 30 m global map of elevation with forests and buildings removed
L Hawker, P Uhe, L Paulo, J Sosa, J Savage, C Sampson, J Neal
Environmental Research Letters 17 (2), 024016, 2022
Inequitable patterns of US flood risk in the Anthropocene
OEJ Wing, W Lehman, PD Bates, CC Sampson, N Quinn, AM Smith, ...
Nature Climate Change 12 (2), 156-162, 2022
Combined modeling of US fluvial, pluvial, and coastal flood hazard under current and future climates
PD Bates, N Quinn, C Sampson, A Smith, O Wing, J Sosa, J Savage, ...
Water Resources Research 57 (2), e2020WR028673, 2021
A first large‐scale flood inundation forecasting model
GJP Schumann, JC Neal, N Voisin, KM Andreadis, F Pappenberger, ...
Water Resources Research 49 (10), 6248-6257, 2013
Distributed whole city water level measurements from the Carlisle 2005 urban flood event and comparison with hydraulic model simulations
JC Neal, PD Bates, TJ Fewtrell, NM Hunter, MD Wilson, MS Horritt
Journal of Hydrology 368 (1-4), 42-55, 2009
An intercomparison of remote sensing river discharge estimation algorithms from measurements of river height, width, and slope
M Durand, CJ Gleason, PA Garambois, D Bjerklie, LC Smith, H Roux, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (6), 4527-4549, 2016
The credibility challenge for global fluvial flood risk analysis
MA Trigg, CE Birch, JC Neal, PD Bates, A Smith, CC Sampson, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (9), 094014, 2016
New estimates of flood exposure in developing countries using high-resolution population data
A Smith, PD Bates, O Wing, C Sampson, N Quinn, J Neal
Nature communications 10 (1), 1814, 2019
A deep convolutional neural network model for rapid prediction of fluvial flood inundation
S Kabir, S Patidar, X Xia, Q Liang, J Neal, G Pender
Journal of Hydrology 590, 125481, 2020
Perspectives on digital elevation model (DEM) simulation for flood modeling in the absence of a high-accuracy open access global DEM
L Hawker, P Bates, J Neal, J Rougier
Frontiers in Earth Science 6, 233, 2018
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