Research Highlights

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Publication Date Titlesort ascending Contact Institution
07/2018 Wind Gust Characterization at Wind Turbine Relevant Heights in Moderately Complex Terrain Pryor, S. C. Cornell University
11/2017 When Bias Correction Goes Wrong Walton, Daniel University of California - Los Angeles
03/2014 Water Woes Projected in U.S. Southwest: Regional water availability reductions ahead according to research that reveals spring drying trends Yang, Gao
08/2019 Warming Temperatures Portend Wetter Winters in Western U.S. Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2018 Warmer Climate Brings Stronger Spring Storms to the United States Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2017 Using Central Pressure Deficit to Predict Hurricane Damage Reed, Kevin A. Stony Brook University
07/2017 Understanding the Sensitivity of the Mean State of the Community Atmosphere Model (CAM) to Horizontal Resolution Reed, Kevin A. Stony Brook University
01/2019 Understanding How Changes in African Dust Might Affect Future Hurricanes in a State-of-the-Art Climate Model Reed, Kevin A. Stony Brook University
11/2018 Understanding Future Drought in California Ullrich, Paul University of California - Davis
04/2018 Tracking Stalled Storms Like Hurricane Harvey Wang, Simon Utah State University
02/2018 Towards an Explanation for the Resolution Sensitivity of CAM Reed, Kevin A. Stony Brook University
06/2018 The Influence of Real-World Wind Turbine Deployments on Local to Mesoscale Climate Pryor, S. C. Cornell University
07/2018 The Impact of Wind Direction Yaw Angle on Cliff Flows Pryor, S. C. Cornell University
01/2019 The Effect of Ensemble Weighting Bukovsky, Melissa S. National Center for Atmospheric Research
09/2017 The Changing Character of Twenty-First-Century Precipitation over the Western United States in the Variable-Resolution CESM Ullrich, Paul University of California
12/2018 The Changing Character of the California Sierra Nevada as a Natural Reservoir Jones, Andrew D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
06/2018 Sensitivity of Mountain Hydroclimate Simulations in Variable-Resolution CESM to Microphysics and Horizontal Resolution Rhoades, Alan Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
07/2017 Seasonal Timing of Floods in the Eastern U.S. Has Become More Variable Since 1980 Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/2014 Researchers Find Common Ground for Water and Land Process Modeling Tesfa, T K Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
09/2017 Recent Changes in United States Heat Wave Characteristics Derived From Multiple Reanalyses Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
11/2018 Projecting Changes in Societally Impactful Northeastern U.S. Snowstorms Zarzycki, Colin National Center for Atmospheric Research
05/2019 Projected Changes in United States Regional Extreme Heat Days Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
10/2014 Powerful Brakes Applied by Cyclones’ Cold Wakes Balguru, Karthik Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
04/2018 More Urbanization Could Mean More Rain for Cities Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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 Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
10/2019 Maximizing ENSO as a Source of Western US Hydroclimate Predictability Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11/2018 Is There a Winner in the Atmospheric Tug of War? Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2019 Irrigation Practices affect Monsoon Precipitation Huang, Maoyi Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
09/2018 Interannual Variability of Wind Climates and Wind Turbine Annual Energy Production Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
08/2018 High Tail Properties For Different Climate Models Grotjahn, Richard University of California - Davis

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