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Publication Date Titlesort descending Contact Institution
05/2020 A Demonstration That Linear Two-Pool Models are Insufficient to Infer Temperature Sensitivity of Soil Carbon Decomposition From Incubation Respiration Time Series Data Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
02/2019 A First-Principle Based Theory Predicts Observed Moisture Sensitivity of Soil Heterotrophic Respiration Riley, William J. 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
04/2019 A New Method for Evaluating Controls on Heat and Drought 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
02/2019 A Probabilistic Gridded Product for Daily Precipitation Extremes Over the United States Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2019 Amazon Forest Response to CO2 Fertilization Dependent on Plant Phosphorus Acquisition Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
06/2020 Amplified Madden-Julian Oscillation impacts in Pacific-North America region Yang, Da Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
01/2019 An Evaluation of the Consistency of Extremes in Gridded Precipitation Data Sets Wehner, Michael Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
04/2020 Assessing Impacts of Plant Stoichiometric Traits on Terrestrial Ecosystem Carbon Accumulation Using the E3SM Land Model Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
09/2018 Assessing Mountains as Natural Reservoirs with a Multi‐Metric Framework Jones, Andrew D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
07/2020 Bayesian Inference for High-Dimensional Nonstationary Gaussian Processes 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
09/2020 Characterization of Long Period Return Values of Extreme Daily Temperature and Precipitation in the CMIP6 Models: Part 2, Projections of Future Change. Wehner, Michael Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
09/2020 Characterization of Long-Period Return Values of Extreme Daily Temperature and Precipitation in the CMIP6 Models: Part 1, Model Evaluation Wehner, Michael Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
07/2020 Characterizing Grass Functional Diversity and Traits using Evolutionary Relatedness Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2020 Climate Regime Shift and Forest Loss Amplify Fire in Amazonian Forests Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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
11/2019 Detected Changes in Precipitation Extremes at Their Native Scales Derived from In Situ Measurements Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
01/2020 Detection Uncertainty Matters for Understanding Atmospheric Rivers Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
02/2020 Earlier Leaf-Out Warms Air in the North Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2019 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
08/2019 Expansion of High-Latitude Deciduous Plants Driven by Interactions Between Climate Warming and Fire Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11/2017 FAT or FiTT: Are Anvil Clouds or the Tropopause Temperature-Invariant? Romps, David Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
01/2019 Formation of Tropical Anvil Clouds by Slow Evaporation Romps, David Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2020 Global Evidence for the Acclimation of Ecosystem Photosynthesis to Light Keenan, Trevor Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11/2019 Impact of Distinct Origin Locations on the Life Cycles of Landfalling Atmospheric Rivers Over the U.S. West Coast Zhou, Yang 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 Jones, Andrew D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2019 Improving Representation of Deforestation Effects on Evapotranspiration in the E3SM Land Model Riley, William J. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
06/2020 Influences of North Pacific Ocean Domain Extent on the Western US Winter Hydroclimatology in Variable-Resolution CESM Rhoades, Alan Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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