Professor Thomas McMahon

Recent Publications

  1. McMahon T, Finlayson B, Peel M. Historical developments of models for estimating evaporation using standard meteorological data. WILEY INTERDISCIPLINARY REVIEWS-WATER. 2016, Vol. 3, Issue 6.
  2. Peel M, Srikanthan R, McMahon T, Karoly D. Approximating uncertainty of annual runoff and reservoir yield using stochastic replicates of global climate model data. HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES. Copernicus GmBH. 2015, Vol. 19, Issue 4.
  3. McMahon T, Peel M, Karoly D. Assessment of precipitation and temperature data from CMIP3 global climate models for hydrologic simulation. HYDROLOGY AND EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCES. Copernicus GmBH. 2015, Vol. 19, Issue 1.
  4. McMahon T, Malano H, Schultz B. Comment on the Reference to Makkink Potential Evaporation Equation. JOURNAL OF IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE ENGINEERING. ASCE - American Society of Civil Engineers. 2015, Vol. 141, Issue 1.
  5. Kidson R, Taylor N, Haddad BM, Langford K, Peel M, Western A, McMahon T, Kuss AJM. Long-run persistence in reservoir inflows: Empirical Mode Decomposition in Sydney and Melbourne. OzWater’15. 2015.
  6. Peel M, McMahon T. Estimating evaporation based on standard meteorological data - progress since 2007. Progress in Physical Geography. Arnold Hodder Headline. 2014, Vol. 38, Issue 2.
  7. McMahon T, Peel M, Szilagyi J. Comment on the application of the Szilagyi-Jozsa advection-aridity model for estimating actual terrestrial evapotranspiration in "Estimating actual, potential, reference crop and pan evaporation using standard meteorological data: a pragmatic synthesis" by McMahon et al. (2013). Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. Copernicus GmBH. 2013, Vol. 17.
  8. McMahon T, Peel M, Lowe L, Srikanthan R, McVicar TR. Estimating actual, potential, reference crop and pan evaporation using standard meteorological data: a pragmatic synthesis. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. Copernicus GmBH. 2013, Vol. 17, Issue 4.
  9. Brown AE, Western A, McMahon T, Zhang L. Impact of forest cover changes on annual streamflow and flow duration curves. Journal of Hydrology. Elsevier Science. 2013, Vol. 483.
  10. McMahon T, Laaha G, Parajka J, Peel M, Savenije HHG, Sivapalan M, Szolgay J, Thompson SE, Viglione A, Woods RA, Yang D. Prediction of annual runoff in ungauged basins. Runoff Prediction in Ungauged Basins: Synthesis across Processes, Places and Scales. Cambridge University Press. 2013. Editors: Bloschl G, Sivapalan M, Wagener T, Viglione A, Savenije H.
  11. Finlayson B, Peel M, McMahon T. Discussion of: Finkl, C.W. and Cathcart, R.B., 2011. The "Morning Glory" Project: A Papua New Guinea-Queensland Australia Undersea Freshwater Pipeline, Journal of Coastal Research, 27(4), 607-618. Journal of Coastal Research. Coastal Education & Research Foundation. 2012, Vol. 28, Issue 4.
  12. McMahon T, Peel M, Pegram G, Smith I. A Simple Methodology for Estimating Mean and Variability of Annual Runoff and Reservoir Yield under Present and Future Climates. Journal of Hydrometeorology. American Meteorological Society. 2011, Vol. 12, Issue 1.
  13. Peel M, Srikanthan R, McMahon T, Karoly D. Ensemble empirical mode decomposition of Australian monthly climatic indices relevant to Australian hydroclimatology. MODSIM2011. MODSIM2011. 2011.
  14. Srikanthan R, Peel M, McMahon T, Karoly D. Ensemble empirical mode decomposition of Australian monthly rainfall and temperature data. Proc 19th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation MODSIM2011. MODSIM2011. 2011.
  15. Peel M, McMahon T, Srikanthan R, Tan KS. Ensemble Empirical Mode Decomposition: Testing and objective automation. 34th IAHR World Congress. IAHR 2011 34th World Congress. 2011.

Thomas McMahon

University of Melbourne
3010 Australia


E: thomasam@unimelb.edu.au


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