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Analysis of extreme events in the stream flow record of Northern Ireland.

John Ernest Hanna

Analysis of extreme events in the stream flow record of Northern Ireland.

by John Ernest Hanna

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Published by The author] in [s.l .
Written in English


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Thesis (M. Phil.) - New University of Ulster, 1982.

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Analysis of extreme events in the stream flow record of Northern Ireland by John Ernest Hanna Download PDF EPUB FB2

Floods in England and Wales have the potential to cause billions of pounds of damage. You might think such extreme events are rare, but they are likely to occur more frequently than expected. By Ross Towe, Jonathan Tawn and Rob by: 3. Keefe] excels, exposing the past, layer by layer, like the slow peel of a rotten onion, as he works to answer a question that the British government, the Northern Irish police and the McConville family has been seeking the answer to for nearly 50 years Say Nothing is a reminder of Northern Ireland's ongoing trauma/5().

second or third highest flows on record were widespread across northern and western Britain. Some of the new maximum flows were in rivers with very long flow records – for the Wye at Belmont, the peak flow of cumecs exceeded the previous maximum by more than 10% in.

Dr Simon Parry, one of the UKCEH hydrologists who put together the preliminary analysis of the flooding, says: “February was a truly remarkable month in hydrological terms, with record-breaking rainfall and river flows caused by storms Clara, Dennis and Jorge, leading to significant flooding.

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