Ferranti, E.J.S., Fontana Oberling, D., and Quinn, A. D., [submitted]. Transport resilience to weather and climate: A perspective from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Travel Behaviour & Society.
Quinn, AD., Ferranti, E.J.S., Hodgkinson, S., Jack, A., Beckford, J., and Dora J. 2018. Adaptation as Business As Usual: A framework for climate-change-ready transport infrastructure. Infrastructures, 3(2), 10.
Ferranti, E.J.S., Jaroszweski, D., Lee, S., Chapman, L., Lowe, C., and Quinn, A.D., 2018. The hottest day on the railway network; insights and thoughts for the future. Meteorological Applications, 5, 195–208.
Ferranti, E.J.S., Chapman, L and Whyatt, J.D. 2017. A Perfect Storm? The collapse of Lancaster’s critical infrastructure networks following intense rainfall on 4th/5th in December 2015. Weather, 72: 3-7. *Top 20 downloaded article with 709 downloads in one year after publication*
Ferranti, E.J.S., Chapman, L., Lowe, C., McCulloch, S., Jaroszweski, D., Quinn, A. 2016. Heat-related failures on South-East England’s railway network: insights and implications for heat-risk management. Weather, Climate and Society, 8, 177-191.
Chapman, L., Muller, C.L., Young, D.T., Warren, E.L., Grimmond C.S.B., Cai, X.-M., and Ferranti, E.J.S. 2014. The Birmingham Urban Climate Laboratory: An open meteorological testbed and challenges of the smart city, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96: 1545–1560.
Ferranti, E.J.S., Fryer, M. P., Timmis, R.J. and Sweetman, A., 2014. Field-testing of a new flow-through directional passive air sampler for particulates in a complex source environment. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts, 16: 159-168
Burt, T.P. and Ferranti, E.J.S., 2012. Changing patterns of heavy rainfall in upland areas: a case study from northern England. International Journal of Climatology, 32: 518-532.
Ferranti, E.J.S, Whyatt, J.D., Timmis, R.J. and Davies, G., 2010. Using GIS to Investigate Spatial and Temporal Variations in Upland Rainfall. Transactions in GIS, 14(3): 265-282.
Ferranti, E.J.S., Whyatt, J.D. and Timmis, R.J., 2009. Development and application of topographic descriptors for conditional analysis of rainfall. Atmospheric Science Letters, 10(3): 177-184.
CONFERENCE PAPERS – REFEREED
Ferranti, E. J.S., Solera Garcia, M.A., Timmis, R..J. and Whyatt, J.D. 2010. Directional Analysis of Sub-Antarctic Climate Change on South Georgia 1905-2009. EGU General Assembly 2010, EGU2010-5802-2, 2010, Vienna, Austria, 02 – 07 May 2010.
Ferranti, E.J.S., Whyatt, J.D., and Timmis, R.J. 2010. Using conditional analysis to investigate spatial and temporal patterns in upland rainfall. EGU General Assembly 2010, EGU2010-5802-2, 2010, Vienna, Austria, 02 – 07 May 2010.
Burt, T.B. and Ferranti, E.J.S. 2010. Changing patterns of heavy rainfall in upland areas. SAC and SEPA Biennial Conference 2010, Edinburgh, Scotland, 31 March – 01 April 2010.
Ferranti, E.J.S., Whyatt, J.D., and Timmis, R.J. 2009. Developing Topographic Descriptors to study Orographic Processes under a Changing Climate. GISRUK 2009, Durham, England, 31 March – 03 April 2009.
Ferranti, E.J.S., MacKenzie, A.R., Ashworth K., and Hewitt C.N. 2018. First Steps in Urban Air Quality. A Trees and Design Action Group (TDAG) Guidance Document. UK: London. Available from: http://epapers.bham.ac.uk/3069/ *1,600 downloads Jan-Sep 2018*
Quinn, A.D., Jack, A., Hodgkinson, S., Ferranti, E.J.S., Beckford., J., and Dora, J. 2017. Rail Adapt: Adapting the railway for the future. International Union of Railways (UIC). France: Paris. Available from: https://uic.org/IMG/pdf/railadapt_final_report.pdf
Wilson, E. R., Ambrose-Oji, B., and Ferranti E.J.S. 2017. Widening engagement and diversity in forestry and forest science. Workshop Report. Royal Forestry Society, Banbury, Oxon. 19 pp.
Ferranti E.J.S., Chapman, L., Lowe, C., McCulloch, S., Jaroszweski, D., and Quinn, A. 2016. The impact of heat on the railway network. Rail Technology Magazine, Jun/Jul 2016.
Ferranti, E.J.S., and McKenna, P. 2012. Daily irradiance and sunshine hours in North West England: a consultancy report undertaken for Placefirst. Lancaster University, Lancaster.