Dr Rosanna Lane

Job: Hydrological Modeller


Employer: UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH)


PhD Thesis: National-scale hydrological modelling of high flows across Great Britain: multi-model structures, regionalisation approaches and climate change analysis with uncertainty


Supervisors: Professor Jim Freer, Professor Thorsten Wagener and Dr Gemma Coxon


Biography

Rosanna Lane has worked as a research associate hydrological modeller at UKCEH (UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology) since January 2020.   Rosie works in the Hydro-Climate Risks group and has engaged in a range of projects within this role, including: carrying out river flow validation as a national river flow archive representative, analysing and visualising the impact of climate change on extreme high and low flows, and processing climate model data for hydrological applications

Rosie was previously a PhD student on the WISE CDT programme, based at the University of Bristol.  Her thesis was “National-scale hydrological modelling of high flows across Great Britain: multi-model structures, regionalisation approaches and climate change analysis with uncertainty”. 

Rosanna’s earlier academic background is an MSci in Geography from the University of Bristol, specialising in hydrology, environmental change and spatial / statistical modelling. In her final year she focused on hydrological modelling, earth system modelling and environmental policy.

Research Interests

  • Flood risk
  • Flood hazard
  • Climate change
  • Hydrological modelling
  • Uncertainty analysis

 

2017 Summer School Research Presentation

2017 Summer School Research Poster