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

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01/2019 Black Carbon Amplifies Haze Over the North China Plain by Weakening the East Asian Winter Monsoon Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/2019 The Detection of Mesoscale Convective Systems by the GPM Ku-Band Spaceborne Radar Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/2018 Informing Energy Consumption Uncertainty: An Analysis of Energy Data Revisions Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/2018 Informing energy consumption uncertainty: an analysis of energy data revisions Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/2018 Parametric Sensitivity and Uncertainty Quantification in the Version 1 of E3SM Atmosphere Model Based on Short Perturbed Parameter Ensemble Simulations Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2018 Future Changes of Subseasonal Precipitation Variability in North America During Winter Under Global Warming Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2018 Future Changes in Seasonality of the North Pacific and North Atlantic Subtropical Highs Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2018 Predictability of Extreme Precipitation in Western U.S. Watersheds Based on Atmospheric River Occurrence, Intensity, and Duration Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/2018 Parametric Sensitivity and Uncertainty Quantification in the Version 1 of E3SM Atmosphere Model Based on Short Perturbed Parameter Ensemble Simulations Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/2018 Roles of SST Versus Internal Atmospheric Variability in Winter Extreme Precipitation Variability Along the U.S. West Coast Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
09/2018 On the Relative Roles of the Atmosphere and Ocean in the Atlantic Multidecadal Variability Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2018 Regional Responses to Future, Demand-Driven Water Scarcity Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2018 Modeling Sediment Yield in Land Surface and Earth System Models: Model Comparison, Development, and Evaluation Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2018 Catch and Release: How Hemispheres Handle Energy through the Seasons in a Warmer World Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2018 CERF – A Geospatial Model for Assessing Future Energy Production Technology Expansion Feasibility Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/2018 Role of Troposphere-Convection-Land Coupling in the Southwestern Amazon Precipitation Bias of the Community Earth System Model Version 1 (CESM1) Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/2018 Development and Evaluation of an Explicit Treatment of Aerosol Processes at Cloud Scale Within a Multi-Scale Modeling Framework (MMF) Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/2018 Non-Stationary Hydropower Generation Projections Constrained by Environmental and Electricity Grid Operations Over the Western United States Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/2018 Development and Evaluation of an Explicit Treatment of Aerosol Processes at Cloud Scale Within a Multi-Scale Modeling Framework (MMF) Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/2018 The Role of Convective Gustiness in Reducing Seasonal Precipitation Biases in the Tropical West Pacific Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2016 Uncertainty and feasibility of dynamical downscaling for modeling tropical cyclones for storm surge simulation Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2016 OCEANFILMS-2: Representing co-adsorption of saccharides in marine films improves agreement of modelled and observed marine aerosol chemistry Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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