Sebastien Nobert
Sebastien Nobert
Assistant Professor, University of Montreal
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Challenges in communicating and using ensembles in operational flood forecasting
D Demeritt, S Nobert, H Cloke, F Pappenberger
Meteorological applications 17 (2), 209-222, 2010
1042010
The European Flood Alert System and the communication, perception, and use of ensemble predictions for operational flood risk management
D Demeritt, S Nobert, HL Cloke, F Pappenberger
Hydrological Processes 27 (1), 147-157, 2013
972013
Models of best practice in flood risk communication and management
D Demeritt, S Nobert
Environmental Hazards 13 (4), 313-328, 2014
912014
Informing operational flood management with ensemble predictions: lessons from Sweden
S Nobert, D Demeritt, H Cloke
Journal of Flood Risk Management 3 (1), 72-79, 2010
412010
Improving user engagement and uptake of climate services in China
N Golding, C Hewitt, P Zhang, P Bett, X Fang, H Hu, S Nobert
Climate Services 5, 39-45, 2017
352017
Progress in the implementation of Hydrological Ensemble Prediction Systems (HEPS) in Europe for operational flood forecasting
H Cloke, J Thielen, F Pappenberger, S Nobert, G Bálint, C Edlund, ...
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci 13, 125-140, 2009
262009
Quality control, validation and user feedback of the European Flood Alert System (EFAS)
AD Roo, J Thielen, P Salamon, K Bogner, S Nobert, H Cloke, D Demeritt, ...
International Journal of Digital Earth 4 (sup1), 77-90, 2011
252011
Responding to early flood warnings in the European Union
D Demeritt, S Nobert
Forecasting, warning and responding to transnational risks, 127-147, 2011
242011
The feasibility and acceptability of reintroducing the European beaver to England
J Gurnell, AM Gurnell, D Demeritt, PWW Lurz, MDF Shirley, SP Rushton, ...
Natural England/People’s Trust for Endangered Species, Sheffield, UK, 2008
212008
What can adaptation to climate-related hazards tell us about the politics of time making? Exploring durations and temporal disjunctures through the 2013 London heat wave
S Nobert, M Pelling
Geoforum 85, 122-130, 2017
152017
Resilience for the Anthropocene? Shedding light on the forgotten temporalities shaping post-crisis management in the French Sud Ouest
S Nobert, J Rebotier, C Vallette, C Bouisset, S Clarimont
Resilience 5 (3), 145-160, 2017
112017
Understanding the roles of modernity, science, and risk in shaping flood management
S Nobert, K Krieger, F Pappenberger
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 2 (3), 245-258, 2015
102015
Using ensemble predictions for operational flood forecasting: lessons from Sweden
S Nobert, D Demeritt, H Cloke
Journal of Flood Risk Management 3 (1), 72-79, 2010
102010
Toward a Space–Time Framework for Integrated Water and Society Studies
I Ruin, C Lutoff, L Creton-Cazanave, S Anquetin, M Borga, S Chardonnel, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 93 (10), ES89-ES91, 2012
82012
The elephant in the forest and the irony of the environmental debate in Québec
S Nobert
Scottish Geographical Journal 124 (2-3), 204-210, 2008
82008
Résilience: une histoire temporelle oubliée au cœur de la gouvernance des futurs
S Nobert, J Rebotier
Note de recherche ACTER, 2014
72014
Models of ‘good’risk communication for flooding and other water-related hazards: a critical review
D Demeritt, S Nobert, M Buckeker
KUL-TURisk WP5-report, available under www. kulturisk. eu/results/wp5, 2011
52011
Communicating and using ensemble flood forecasts in flood incident management: lessons from social science
D Demeritt, EM Stephens, L Créton-Cazanave, C Lutoff, I Ruin, S Nobert
Handbook of Hydrometeorological Ensemble Forecasting, 1131-1160, 2019
42019
Between the tree and the bark: the politics of boreal forest imaginaries in the Abitibi region, Québec, Canada
S Nobert
32007
Accompagner les changements vers des territoires résilients
J Rebotier, C Bouisset, S Clarimont, S Nobert
Ministère de l'Ecologie, du Développement Durable et de l'Energie, 2017
22017
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