Research Highlights

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Publication Date Titlesort ascending Contact Institution
02/2016 Wintertime Atmospheric Buoyancy Forcing and Oceanic Response During Strong Wind Events Around Southeastern Greenland in the Regional Arctic System Model (RASM) for 1990-2010 Cassano, John University of Colorado Boulder
11/2013 Winter Weather Patterns Over Northern Eurasia and Arctic Sea Ice Loss Wu, B.
07/2018 Wind Gust Characterization at Wind Turbine Relevant Heights in Moderately Complex Terrain Pryor, S. C. Cornell University
07/2019 Wind Farm Wakes Simulated Using WRF Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
01/2013 Wind and Cold Carry Dust to New Heights Chen, Siyu
08/2016 Will Low-level Clouds Reflect More Sunlight with Warming? Terai, Christopher Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
12/2017 Will High-Resolution Global Ocean Models Benefit Coupled Predictions on Short-Range to Climate Timescales? McClean, Julie L Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO)
01/2016 Why do Climate Models Disagree? Caldwell, Peter M.
11/2017 When Bias Correction Goes Wrong Walton, Daniel University of California - Los Angeles
06/2016 What Would it Take to Achieve the Paris Temperature Targets? Sanderson, Benjamin National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
06/2018 What Precipitation is Extreme? Pendergrass, Angeline National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
06/2018 What Precipitation is Extreme? Pendergrass, Angeline National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
09/2015 West Coast Flooding on the Horizon Leung, L. Ruby
04/2017 Weakening Temperature Control on the Interannual Variations of Spring Carbon Uptake across Northern Lands Shi, Jiafu Mao or Xiaoying Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
03/2014 Water Woes Projected in U.S. Southwest: Regional water availability reductions ahead according to research that reveals spring drying trends Yang, Gao
12/2014 Water Balance in the Amazon Basin from a Land Surface Model Ensemble
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
08/2016 Warm Season Dry Spells in the Central and Eastern United States: Diverging Skill in Climate Model Representation Black, Robert X Georgia Institute of Technology School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
12/2015 Volcanic Effects on Climate Santer, Benjamin Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
02/2014 Volcanic contribution to decadal changes in tropospheric temperature Santer, Benjamin Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
03/2016 Volcanic Aerosols in Climate Models Ghan, Steven J. National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
12/2015 Vegetation regulation on streamflow intra-annual variability through adaption to climate variations Li, Hong-Yi
04/2013 Variations of CCSM3 Feedbacks with CO2 Forcing Jonko, A. K.
08/2014 Variable-Resolution Modeling Zooms into Atlantic Hurricane Seasons at Reduced Computational Costs Zarzycki, Colin M University of Michigan
Variability in the Sensitivity among Model Simulations of Permafrost and Carbon Dynamics in the Permafrost Region between 1960 and 2009 Lawrence, David National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
02/2018 Validation of a Statistical Methodology for Extracting Vegetation Feedbacks: Focus on North African Ecosystems in the Community Earth System Model Notaro, Michael University of Wisconsin Madison
01/2019 Using Information Theory to Evaluate Directional Precipitation Interactions Over The West Sahel Region In Observations and Models Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
02/2019 Using Ground-Based Observations to Understand How Low Cloud Reflectivity Responds to Warming Klein, Stephen Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
09/2016 Using GRACE and Climate Model Simulations to Predict Mass Loss of Alaskan Glaciers through 2100 Swenson, Sean National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

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