Research Highlights

The entire collection of Earth and Environmental System Modeling Research Highlights can be accessed using the sorting links on the left. You may also search the BER Research Highlights database by selecting Earth and Environmental System Modeling and/or Multisector Dynamics then selecting List.

Publication Datesort ascending Title Contact Institution
11/2019 Detected Changes in Precipitation Extremes at Their Native Scales Derived from In Situ Measurements Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
10/2019 Maximizing ENSO as a Source of Western US Hydroclimate Predictability Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
09/2019 Capability of CAM5.1 in Simulating Maximum Air Temperature Anomaly Patterns Over West Africa During Boreal Spring Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2019 Robustness and Uncertainties in Global Multivariate Wind-Wave Climate Projections Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
06/2019 A Hierarchical Collection of Political/Economic Regions for Analysis of Climate Extremes Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
05/2019 A Nonparametric Method for Producing Isolines of Bivariate Exceedance Probabilities Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
04/2019 A New Method for Evaluating Controls on Heat and Drought Extremes Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
02/2019 A Probabilistic Gridded Product for Daily Precipitation Extremes Over the United States Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11/2018 Prognostic Power of Extreme Rainfall Scaling Formulas Across Space and Time Scales Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory