Conor Murphy
Conor Murphy
Department of Geography, Maynooth University
Verified email at nuim.ie
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Changing climate shifts timing of European floods
G Blöschl, J Hall, J Parajka, RAP Perdigão, B Merz, B Arheimer, ...
Science 357 (6351), 588-590, 2017
3132017
The role of hydrological modelling uncertainties in climate change impact assessments of Irish river catchments
S Bastola, C Murphy, J Sweeney
Advances in Water Resources 34 (5), 562-576, 2011
2182011
Changing social contracts in climate-change adaptation
WN Adger, T Quinn, I Lorenzoni, C Murphy, J Sweeney
Nature Climate Change 3 (4), 330-333, 2013
1662013
Changing climate both increases and decreases European river floods
G Blöschl, J Hall, A Viglione, RAP Perdigão, J Parajka, B Merz, D Lun, ...
Nature 573 (7772), 108-111, 2019
1082019
Climate-driven variability in the occurrence of major floods across North America and Europe
GA Hodgkins, PH Whitfield, DH Burn, J Hannaford, B Renard, K Stahl, ...
Journal of Hydrology 552, 704-717, 2017
862017
Stormiest winter on record for Ireland and UK
T Matthews, C Murphy, RL Wilby, S Harrigan
Nature Climate Change 4 (9), 738-740, 2014
852014
Communicating the deadly consequences of global warming for human heat stress
TKR Matthews, RL Wilby, C Murphy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (15), 3861-3866, 2017
832017
Assessing the impact of climate change on water supply and flood hazard in Ireland using statistical downscaling and hydrological modelling techniques
R Charlton, R Fealy, S Moore, J Sweeney, C Murphy
Climatic change 74 (4), 475-491, 2006
782006
The statistical downscaling model-decision centric (SDSM-DC): conceptual basis and applications
RL Wilby, CW Dawson, C Murphy, PO Connor, E Hawkins
Climate Research 61 (3), 259-276, 2014
702014
Information gap decision theory-based congestion and voltage management in the presence of uncertain wind power
C Murphy, A Soroudi, A Keane
IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy 7 (2), 841-849, 2015
602015
Attribution of detected changes in streamflow using multiple working hypotheses
S Harrigan, C Murphy, J Hall, RL Wilby, J Sweeney
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (5), 1935, 2014
582014
Adapting to climate change in shifting landscapes of belief
C Murphy, M Tembo, A Phiri, O Yerokun, B Grummell
Climatic change 134 (1-2), 101-114, 2016
502016
Climate Change–Refining the Impacts for Ireland: STRIVE Report (2001-CD-C3-M1) ISBN: 978-1-84095-297-1
J Sweeney, F Albanito, A Brereton, A Caffarra, R Charlton, A Donnelly, ...
Environmental Protection Agency, 2008
502008
The sensitivity of fluvial flood risk in Irish catchments to the range of IPCC AR4 climate change scenarios
S Bastola, C Murphy, J Sweeney
Science of the Total Environment 409 (24), 5403-5415, 2011
442011
Climate-driven trends in mean and high flows from a network of reference stations in Ireland
C Murphy, S Harrigan, J Hall, RL Wilby
Hydrological Sciences Journal 58 (4), 755-772, 2013
432013
Place attachment, disruption and transformative adaptation
D Clarke, C Murphy, I Lorenzoni
Journal of Environmental Psychology 55, 81-89, 2018
422018
Sharing the pain: perceptions of fairness affect private and public response to hazards
WN Adger, T Quinn, I Lorenzoni, C Murphy
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 106 (5), 1079-1096, 2016
422016
Transferability of hydrological models and ensemble averaging methods between contrasting climatic periods
C Broderick, T Matthews, RL Wilby, S Bastola, C Murphy
Water Resources Research 52 (10), 8343-8373, 2016
392016
Vulnerability analysis of future public water supply under changing climate conditions: a study of the Moy catchment, western Ireland
J Hall, C Murphy
Water resources management 24 (13), 3527-3545, 2010
352010
Toward an integrated set of surface meteorological observations for climate science and applications
PW Thorne, RJ Allan, L Ashcroft, P Brohan, RJH Dunn, MJ Menne, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 98 (12), 2689-2702, 2017
332017
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