Oxley and Roulstone co-author a review paper based on the NERC-funded project on modelling intense rainfall

Andy Oxley and Ian Roulstone are co-authors of a review paper “Improvements in forecasting intense rainfall: results from the FRANC (Forecasting Rainfall Exploiting New Data Assimilation Techniques and Novel Observations of Convection) Project“.  A link to the published paper is here. The research in this paper was funded by NERC and included funding for Andy’s PhD project (link here). The co-authors are Sarah L. Dance, Susan P. Ballard, Ross N. Bannister, Peter Clark, Hannah L. Cloke, Timothy Darlington, David L. A. Flack, Suzanne L. Gray, Lee Hawkness-Smith, Nawal Husnoo, Anthony J. Illingworth, Graeme A. Kelly, Humphrey W. Lean, Dingmin Li, Nancy K. Nichols, John C. Nicol, Robert S. Plant, Nigel M. Roberts, David Simonin, Robert J. Thompson, and Joanne A. Waller.  The co-authors are affiliated with the University of Reading, Uppsala University, and the UK Met Office.