Christopher Sampson
Christopher Sampson
Director and CTO at Fathom; Hon. researcher at 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
Estimates of present and future flood risk in the conterminous United States
OEJ Wing, PD Bates, AM Smith, CC Sampson, KA Johnson, J Fargione, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (3), 034023, 2018
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
Validation of a 30 m resolution flood hazard model of the conterminous U nited S tates
OEJ Wing, PD Bates, CC Sampson, AM Smith, KA Johnson, TA Erickson
Water Resources Research 53 (9), 7968-7986, 2017
Use of terrestrial laser scanning data to drive decimetric resolution urban inundation models
CC Sampson, TJ Fewtrell, A Duncan, K Shaad, MS Horritt, PD Bates
Advances in water resources 41, 1-17, 2012
Regional flood frequency analysis at the global scale
A Smith, C Sampson, P Bates
Water Resources Research 51 (1), 539-553, 2015
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), 1-7, 2019
Evaluating scale and roughness effects in urban flood modelling using terrestrial LIDAR data
H Ozdemir, CC Sampson, GAM de Almeida, PD Bates
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 (10), 4015-4030, 2013
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 collective validation of global fluvial flood models for major floods in Nigeria and Mozambique
MV Bernhofen, C Whyman, MA Trigg, PA Sleigh, AM Smith, CC Sampson, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (10), 104007, 2018
A flood inundation forecast of Hurricane Harvey using a continental-scale 2D hydrodynamic model
OEJ Wing, CC Sampson, PD Bates, N Quinn, AM Smith, JC Neal
Journal of Hydrology X 4, 100039, 2019
The spatial dependence of flood hazard and risk in the United States
N Quinn, PD Bates, J Neal, A Smith, O Wing, C Sampson, J Smith, ...
Water Resources Research 55 (3), 1890-1911, 2019
The impact of uncertain precipitation data on insurance loss estimates using a flood catastrophe model
CC Sampson, TJ Fewtrell, F O'Loughlin, F Pappenberger, PB Bates, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (6), 2305-2324, 2014
Flood exposure and social vulnerability in the United States
E Tate, MA Rahman, CT Emrich, CC Sampson
Natural Hazards 106 (1), 435-457, 2021
Rethinking flood hazard at the global scale
GJP Schumann, D Stampoulis, AM Smith, CC Sampson, KM Andreadis, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (19), 10,249-10,256, 2016
An automated routing methodology to enable direct rainfall in high resolution shallow water models
CC Sampson, PD Bates, JC Neal, MS Horritt
Hydrological Processes 27 (3), 467-476, 2013
Optimisation of the two-dimensional hydraulic model LISFOOD-FP for CPU architecture
J Neal, T Dunne, C Sampson, A Smith, P Bates
Environmental modelling & software 107, 148-157, 2018
Perspectives on open access high resolution digital elevation models to produce global flood hazard layers
CC Sampson, AM Smith, PD Bates, JC Neal, MA Trigg
Frontiers in Earth Science 3, 85, 2016
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