Biological and Environmental Research - Earth and Environmental System Sciences
Earth and Environmental System Modeling

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Publication Datesort ascending Title Publication Type Author(s) Institution
03/2020 Radar-Derived Precipitation Climatology for Wind Turbine Blade Leading Edge Erosion Journal Article Cornell University
03/2020 Sensitivity of Wind Turbine Array Downstream Effects to the Parameterization Used in WRF Journal Article Cornell University
02/2020 Fine-Scale Analysis of the Energy–Land–Water Nexus: Nitrate Leaching Implications of Biomass Cofiring in the Midwestern United States Journal Article Shanghai University Shanghai - China
02/2020 The Making of a Metric: Co-Producing Decision-Relevant Climate Science Journal Article Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
02/2020 Implications of Climate Model Selection for Projections of Decision-Relevant Metrics: A Case Study of Chill Hours in California Journal Article Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
01/2020 Simulating and Evaluating Atmospheric River‐Induced Precipitation Extremes Along the U.S. Pacific Coast: Case Studies From 1980–2017 Journal Article University of California Los Angeles (UCLA)
01/2020 20% of US Electricity From Wind Will Have Limited Impacts on System Efficiency and Regional Climate Journal Article Cornell University
01/2020 Moirai Version 3: A Data Processing System to Generate Recent Historical Land Inputs for Global Modeling Applications at Various Scales Journal Article Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
01/2020 Effects of Hydrometeor Droplet Characteristics on Wind Turbine Blade Leading Edge Erosion Journal Article Cornell University
01/2020 Modelling Hail and Convective Storms With WRF for Wind Energy Applications Journal Article Cornell University
01/2020 Assessing the Stability of Wind Resource and Wind Turbine Operating Conditions Journal Article Cornell University
01/2020 Parameterizing Perennial Bioenergy Crops in Version 5 of the Community Land Model Based on Site‐Level Observations in the Central Midwestern United States Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory