Jim Hall

Jim Hall

Environmental Change Institute

Research Interests

Some of the most challenging impacts of climate change will materialise via alteration of the hydrological cycle, in particular in terms of hydrological variability and extremes: floods and droughts. Our research spans both of these extremes, with an emphasis upon understanding and characterising uncertainties, and connecting that scientific understanding with adaptation decisions. DPhil research is likely to involve probabilistic analysis of climatic risks, analysed through computer simulation of water systems, incorporating the natural environment and human influences. We operate at a range of scales, from case study catchments and coasts, to national and global scale assessments.

Associated Research Streams

water, flood, coast, risk, adaptation, climate

Jim Hall

Contact information

  • Email: jim.hall@eci.ox.ac.uk
  • Telephone: +44 (0)1865 275846 +44 (0)1865 275847
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  • Address:
    Oxford University
    Centre for the Environment
    South Parks Road
    OX1 3QY, UK
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