Research Highlights

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Publication Datesort ascending Title Contact Institution
06/2019 Discovering the Cause of Monsoon Depressions Boos, William University of California - Berkeley
06/2019 A Review of the Role of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation in Atlantic Multidecadal Variability and Associated Climate Impacts Kwon, Young-Oh Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
06/2019 MJO Phases Precede Extreme California Heat Waves Grotjahn, Richard University of California - Davis
06/2019 Predictability of Tropical Vegetation Greenness Using Sea Surface Temperatures Mao, Jiafu Oak Ridge National Laboratory
06/2019 Coupled Flow Accumulation and Atmospheric Blocking Govern Flood Duration Devineni, Naresh City University of New York
06/2019 A Flexible, Robust, High-Performance Data System for the GCAM Model Hejazi, Mohamad Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
06/2019 Natural Gas price crazies linked to climate trends Prof., Simon Wang, Utah State University (USU)
06/2019 New Insights into Natural Variability and Anthropogenic Forcing of Global/Regional Climate Evolution Hu, Aixue National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
06/2019 Ocean Barrier Layers in E3SM Eyre, Jack Reeves University of Arizona
06/2019 Ice and Permafrost Effects on Delta Morphology and Channel Dynamics Piliouras, Anastasia Los Alamos National Laboratory
06/2019 Evolution of Extreme Heat Risk in Cities: Interacting implications of climate change, population dynamics, and urban heat mitigation Jones, Andrew D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
06/2019 Sensitivity of Western U.S. Power System Dynamics to Droughts Compounded with Fuel Price Variability Kraucunas, Ian Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
06/2019 Amplification of Energy Demand Growth in a Future Climate Weyant, John Stanford University
05/2019 Communication-Efficient Property Preservation in Tracer Transport Bradley, Andrew M. Sandia National Laboratories
05/2019 Clearing Clouds of Uncertainty Zelinka, Mark Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
05/2019 The Effects of Surface Longwave Spectral Emissivity on Atmospheric Circulation and Convection over the Sahara and Sahel Huang, Xianglei University of Michigan
05/2019 A Nonparametric Method for Producing Isolines of Bivariate Exceedance Probabilities Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
05/2019 A comparison of CCSM4 high-resolution and low-resolution predictions for south Florida and southeast United States drought Kirtman, Ben University of Miami
05/2019 Calibration and Uncertainty Analysis of Demeter for Better Downscaling of Global Land Use and Land Cover Projections Rice, Jennie Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
05/2019 Quantifying Decision Uncertainty in Water Management via a Coupled Agent-Based Model Kraucunas, Ian Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
05/2019 Projected Changes in United States Regional Extreme Heat Days Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
05/2019 Representation of U.S. Warm Temperature Extremes in Global Climate Model Ensembles Weyant, John Stanford University
05/2019 Recent Warming Has Resulted in Smaller Gains in net Carbon Uptake in Northern High Latitudes Keenan, Trevor Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
05/2019 The Injection Height of Aerosol Sources Plays a Role in the Destiny of Aerosols Wang, Hailong Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/2019 Future Climate Emulations Using Quantile Regressions on Large Ensembles Weyant, John Stanford University
04/2019 LIVVkit Identifies a Bias in the Surface Mass Balance of CESM that is Due to Insufficient Melting over Greenland’s Southwest Region Evans, Katherine Oak Ridge National Laboratory
04/2019 Can we Constrain Uncertainty in Hydrologic Cycle Projections? Pendergrass, Angeline National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
04/2019 Comparison with Global Soil Radiocarbon Observations Indicates Needed Carbon Cycle Improvements in the E3SM Land Model Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
04/2019 A First-Principle Based Theory Predicts Observed Moisture Sensitivity of Soil Heterotrophic Respiration Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
04/2019 Model Hierarchies for Understanding Atmospheric Circulation Medeiros, Brian National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

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