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Publication Date Title Publication Type Author(s) Institution
07/2017 An Explanation for the Sensitivity of the Mean State of the Community Atmosphere Model to Horizontal Resolution on Aquaplanets Journal Article Stony Brook University
09/2017 The Changing Character of Twenty-First-Century Precipitation over the Western United States in the Variable-Resolution CESM Journal Article University of California Davis (UC Davis)
02/2018 Opportunities for Joint Water–Energy Management: Sensitivity of the 2010 Western U.S. Electricity Grid Operations to Climate Oscillations Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
09/2018 Climate of the Weakly-Forced Yet High-Impact Convective Storms Throughout the Ohio River Valley and Mid-Atlantic United States Journal Article Utah State University
07/2018 Wind Gust Characterization at Wind Turbine Relevant Heights in Moderately Complex Terrain Journal Article Cornell University
12/2017 Modeling the Contributions of Global Air Temperature, Synoptic-Scale Phenomena and Soil Moisture to Near-Surface Static Energy Variability Using Artificial Neural Networks Journal Article Cornell University
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
04/2017 Statistical emulators of maize, rice, soybean and wheat yields from global gridded crop models. Journal Article Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
03/2019 Characterizing Wind Gusts in Complex Terrain Journal Article Cornell University
05/2019 Representation of U.S. Warm Temperature Extremes in Global Climate Model Ensembles Journal Article University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
05/2018 Evolution of modeling of the economics of global warming: changes in the DICE model, 1992–2017 Journal Article Yale University
09/2018 Cross-Spectral Analysis of the SST/10-m Wind Speed Coupling Resolved by Satellite Products and Climate Model Simulations Journal Article University of São Paulo