International Graduate School: Current Graduate Research Bailey Anderson
The effects of land cover changes on streamflow in the United States; a large sample statistical attribution approach.
My research focuses on the intersections between land cover changes and hydrology. I'm particularly interested in using causal inference methods and statistics to draw conclusions using observed historical time series.
Anderson, B., Slater, L., Dadson, S., Blum, A., Prosdocimi, I. (2022)
Statistical attribution of the influence of urban and tree cover change on streamflow: a comparison of large sample statistical approaches. Water Resources Research. Lees, T., Buechel, M., Anderson, B., Slater, L., Reece, S., Coxon, G., and Dadson, S. (2021)
Benchmarking Data-Driven Rainfall-Runoff Models in Great Britain: A comparison of LSTM-based models with four lumped conceptual models. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. Slater, L.J., Anderson, B., Buechel, M., Dadson, S., Han, S., Harrigan, S., Kelder, T., Kowal, K., Lees, T., Matthews, T., Murphy, C. and Wilby, R.L. (2021)
Nonstationary weather and water extremes: a review of methods for their detection, attribution, and management. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 25(7): 3897-3935.