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

Publications

Publications can also be searched for in the OSTI Information Bridge.

Publication Date Title Publication Typesort descending Author(s) Institution
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
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
03/2020 Radar-Derived Precipitation Climatology for Wind Turbine Blade Leading Edge Erosion Journal Article Cornell University
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 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
01/2020 Humans Drive Future Water Scarcity Changes Across all Shared Socioeconomic Pathways Journal Article University of Maryland
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)
06/2020 Emulating Climate Extreme Indices Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
06/2020 Influences of North Pacific Ocean domain extent on the western US winter hydroclimatology in variable-resolution CESM Journal Article Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
04/2020 100 Years of Data is Not Enough to Establish Reliable Drought Thresholds Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/2020 The Role of Climate Sensitivity in Upper‐Tail Sea Level Rise Projections Journal Article University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
03/2020 Metis – A Tool to Harmonize and Analyze Multi-Sectoral Data and Linkages at Variable Spatial Scales Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
09/2020 Evaluation of Historical CMIP6 Model Simulations of Extreme Precipitation Over Contiguous US Regions Journal Article University of California - Davis
02/2020 Future Projections of Wind Patterns in California With the Variable-Resolution CESM: A Clustering Analysis Approach Journal Article University of California - Davis
08/2020 Power and Wind Shear Implications of Large Wind Turbine Scenarios in the US Central Plains Journal Article Cornell University
08/2020 Differential Credibility Assessment for Statistical Downscaling Journal Article Cornell University
09/2020 The Shifting Scales of Western U.S. Landfalling Atmospheric Rivers Under Climate Change Journal Article Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
09/2020 Using Convolutional Neural Networks for Streamflow Projection in California Journal Article University of California-Davis
12/2020 Future Changes in the Trading of Virtual Water Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/2020 Sensitivity of Atmospheric River Vapor Transport and Precipitation to Uniform Sea‐Surface Temperature Increases Journal Article University of California-Davis