• Attribution of Amazon floods to modes of climate variability: A review 

      Towner, Jamie; Cloke, Hannah L.; Lavad, Waldo; Santini, William; Bazo Zambrano, Juan Carlos; Coughlan de Perez, Erin; Stephens, Elisabeth M. (John Wiley & Sons, 2020)
      Acceso abierto
      Anomalous conditions in the oceans and atmosphere have the potential to beused to enhance the predictability of flood events, enabling earlier warnings toreduce risk. In the Amazon basin, extreme flooding is consistently ...
    • Influence of ENSO and tropical Atlantic climate variability on flood characteristics in the Amazon basin 

      Towner, Jamie; Ficchí, Andrea; Cloke, Hannah L.; Bazo Zambrano, Juan Carlos (Unión Europea de Geociencias, 2021)
      Acceso abierto
      Flooding in the Amazon basin is frequently attributed to modes of large-scale climate variability, but little attention is paid to how these modes influence the timing and duration of floods despite their importance to ...
    • Leveraging multi-model season-ahead streamflow forecasts to trigger advanced flood preparedness in Peru 

      Bazo Zambrano, Juan Carlos (Copernicus Publications, 2021)
      Acceso abierto
      Disaster planning has historically allocated minimal effort and finances toward advanced preparedness; however, evidence supports reduced vulnerability to flood events, saving lives and money, through appropriate early ...
    • Optimizing forecast-based actions for extreme rainfall events 

      Lala, Jonathan; Bazo Zambrano, Juan Carlos; Anand, Vaibhav; Block, Paul (Elsevier, 2021)
      Acceso abierto
      The last decade has seen a major innovation within disaster risk management through the emergence of standardized forecast-based action and financing protocols. Given sufficient lead time and forecast skill, a portion ...