Core FEH statistical methods:

[1]    Robson, A. and Reed, D., 1999. Statistical procedures for flood frequency estimation, Flood Estimation Handbook Volume 3, Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Wallingford, UK, pp338.

[2]    Wallingford HydroSolutions (2016), WINFAP 4 QMED Linking equation, Wallingford HydroSolutions Ltd 2016.

[3]    Wallingford HydroSolutions (2016), WINFAP 4 Urban adjustment procedures, Wallingford HydroSolutions Ltd 2016.

[4]    Thomas R. Kjeldsen, David A. Jones and Adrian C. Bayliss (2008), Improving the FEH statistical procedures for flood frequency estimation, Joint Defra / Environment Agency Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management R&D Programme, Science Report: SC050050.

[5]    Environment Agency Technical Guidance, Using local data to reduce uncertainty in flood frequency estimation, Project number: SC130009.

[6]    Kjeldsen, T. R., D. A. Jones, and D. G. Morris (2014), Using multiple donor sites for enhanced flood estimation in ungauged catchments, Water Resour. Res., 50, 6646–6657, doi:10.1002/ 2013WR015203.

Supporting documents:

[7]    Kjeldsen, T. R., and D. A. Jones (2010), Predicting the index flood in ungauged UK catchments: On the link between data-transfer and spatial model error, J. Hydrol., 387, 1–9.

[8]    Bayliss, A.C., Black, K.B., Fava-Verde, A. and Kjeldsen, T.R., 2006. URBEXT2000 – a new FEH catchment descriptor. R&D Technical Report FD1919/TR, Department of Food, Agriculture and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), London.

[9]    Kjeldsen, T.K., 2010. Modelling the impact of urbanization on flood frequency relationships in the UK. Hydrology Research, volume 41, issue 5, pp391-405.

[10]    Institute of Hydrology Report No. 126, 1995. Hydrology of soil types: a hydrologically based classification of the soils of the United Kingdom.

[11]    Houghton-Carr, H. (1999) Restatement and application of the Flood Studies Report rainfall-runoff method. Flood Estimation Handbook, Vol. 4, Institute of Hydrology, Wallingford, UK.

[12]    ReFH2 Technical User Guide.