Peer-reviewed Journal Articles and Proceedings 

  • Graham, E. (2015). A note on the extreme low pressure of 24 December 2013, Weather, 70(11), 316-317.
  • Graham, E., Vaughan, R. and Buckley, D. (2015) Search for an Astronomical Site in Kenya (SASKYA) update: Installation of on-site automatic meteorological stations. J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 595 012012. doi:10.1088/1742-

  • Panciroli, E., Engstrand, S., Graham, E. and Clarke, S. (2015). ‘Blended Learning at the University of the Highlands and Islands: A Case Study in Self-Awareness and Policy Making’ Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice, 3(1), 39-48. 

  • Koffi, E., Graham, E. and C. Mätzler (2013): The water vapour flux above Switzerland and its role in the August 2005 extreme precipitation and flooding. Meteorologische Zeitschrift, 22(3), pp1-14..

  • Graham, E., E. Koffi and C. Mätzler (2012): An observational study of air and water vapour convergence over the western Alps during summer and the development of isolated thunderstorms, Meteorologische Zeitschrift, 21(6), pp1-13.
  • Graham, E. (2012), A Hebridean frost hollow made visible, Weather, 67(2), pp45-47.
  • Graham, E., Sarazin, M. And C. Matzler (2011), Using re-analysis model data (“FriOWL”) to analyse climate trends related to astroclimatology of Paranal and La Silla, Revista Mexicana de Astronomía y Astrofísica (Serie de Conferencias)41, 12-15.
  • Sinclair Gair, Ruairi Maciver, Neil Finlayson, Malcolm Murray and Edward Graham (2010): Development of regional and Pan-European guidelines for more efficient integration of renewable energy into future infrastructure, D2.1 Report from the Regional Case Study: Islands (Island of Lewis, North West Scotland). SUSPLAN Project No. 218960, 27 October 2010, 100pp.
  • Eddie Graham and Ernest Koffi (2010): The water vapour mass balance (flux) of Switzerland, IAP Research Report No. 2010-01-MW, Institut für angewandte Physik, Universität Bern, 37pp .
  • Eddie Graham and Ernest Koffi (2009): An observational study of air and water vapour convergence over the western Alps during summer and the development of isolated thunderstorms, IAP Research Report, No. 2009-01-MW, Institut für angewandte Physik, Universität Bern, 75pp.
  • Eddie Graham (2008a): The FriOWL Guide: A site selection tool for extremely large telescopes using climate data, IAP Research Report, No. 2008-09-MW, Institut für angewandte Physik, Universität Bern, 2008, 257pp.
  • Eddie Graham (2008b): Applications of FriOWL: The Paranal and La Silla Astroclimate Report, IAP Research Report, No. 2008-08-MW, Institut für angewandte Physik, Universität Bern, 2008, 85pp.
  • Eddie Graham (2008c): A site selection tool for large telescopes using climate data, Philosophisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Universität Bern, Bern, Switzerland, 217pp.
  • E. Graham, M. Sarazin, H. Kurlandczyk, M. Neun, C. Mätzler (2008): Site selection for Extremely Large Telescopes using the FriOWL software and global re-analysis climate data, Proceedings of the SPIE, 7012 (69), pp. 12 (Marseille, France, 21-28 June 2008), 10pp.
  • E. Graham, C. Matzler, J. Morland and U. Germann (2006): Integrated water-vapour dynamics over Switzerland during severe precipitation in August 2005, Geophysical Research Abstracts, 8, 10764, 2006, SRef-ID: 1607-7962/gra/EGU06-A-10764 (Vienna, Austria, April 2006).
  • Graham, E. (2006a): The Mistral as seen by satellite, Weather, September 2006, 61 (9), pp 267-268.
  • Sarazin, M., Graham, E. and Kurlandczyk, H. (2006): FRIOWL: A Site Selection Tool for the European Extremely Large Telescopes (E-ELT) Project, The Messenger125, September 2006, pp 44-47.
  • Graham, E. (2006b): 200mm falls in Ireland, Weather61 (5), May 2006, 151(1).
  • Slonosky, V. and Graham, E. (2005): Canadian pressure observations and circulation variability: links to air temperature.International Journal of Climatology25 (11), pp 1473-1492.
  • Graham, E., Sarazin, M., Beniston, M., Collet, C., Hayoz, M., Neun, M. and P. Casals (2005): Climate-based site selection for a Very Large Telescope using GIS techniques. Meteorological Applications, 12, pp 77-81.
  • Graham, E. (2004): The Emerald Isle turns white: Snow and very low surface temperatures over Ireland during Christmas 2000.Weather59 (1), pp 15-19.
  • Graham, E., Sarazin, M., Beniston, M., Collet, C., Hayoz, M., Neun, M. and Goyette, S. (2004): Site Selection for OWL using past, present and future climate information. Proceedings of the SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, 5489 (102-112), pp 102-112 (Glasgow, Scotland, 2004).
  • Graham, E. and Slonosky, V. (2003): Homogenisation of a Canadian surface pressure database. Proceedings of Fourth Seminar for Homogenisation and Quality Control in Climatological databases. Budapest, Hungary. 6-10 October 2003, 15pp.
  • Graham, E., Sarazin, M., Beniston, M., Collet, C. (2003): Site Selection for the European Southern Observatory's future Very Large Telescope. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 5, 01006 (Nice, France. 22 -27 April 2003).
  • Sarazin, M., Graham, E., Beniston, M. and Riemer, M. (2002): The New Tools for a Global Survey of Potential Sites for the Future Giant Telescopes. Proceedings of the SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering, 4840 (54) (Hawaii, USA, 2002).
  • Graham, E. (2002): Nacreous clouds in November 1999 and record low ozone, Weather57 (3), (March 2002), pp 107-108.
  • Graham, E. (2000): The Reading Thunderstorm and Tornado of 13 June 1998, Journal of Meteorology25 (252), pp 231-237.
  • Graham, E. (1998a): A distant view of the Swindon thunderstorm of 18 August 1997, Journal of Meteorology23 (230), pp 210-212.
  • Graham, E. (1998b): Height of the thunderstorm clouds of 17 May 1997 in the Bristol Area, Journal of Meteorology23 (229), pp 171-172.
  • Graham, E. (1996a): The Big Snow, Weather51 (8), pp 294.
  • Graham, E. (1996b): Great Balls of Fire! Ball Lightning in Dublin on 31 August 1992, Journal of Meteorology21 (214), pp 412-414.
  • Graham, E. (1996c): An Exciting Summer's Day in the Netherlands – Thunderstorms on Friday 21 July 1995, Journal of Meteorology21 (205), pp 7-11.
  • Graham, E. (1993): The Urban Heat Island of Dublin City during the Summer Months, Irish Geography26, pp 43-57.


Dr. Eddy Graham