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Research Highlights

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Publication Datesort ascending Title Contact Institution
12/2021 Evaluating the Economic Impact of Water Scarcity in a Changing World Calvin, Katherine Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
05/2020 Come Hell or High-Water: Challenges for Adapting Pacific Northwest Water Law Weyant, John Stanford University
01/2020 How Well Do U.S. Western Water Markets Convey Economic Information? Weyant, John Stanford University
06/2020 A Fast Particle-based Approach for Calibrating a 3-D Model of the Antarctic Ice Sheet Weyant, John undefined
07/2021 Comprehensive Intermediate-Term Drought Evaluation of Climate Datasets over the Conterminous US Ullrich, Paul University of California - Davis
07/2021 Intense Windstorms in the Northeastern United States Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
07/2021 Retrospective and Prospective Examinations of the 1960s U.S. Northeast Drought Ullrich, Paul University of California - Davis
06/2021 A Distinct Atmospheric Mode for California Precipitation Chen, Di University of California - Los Angeles
06/2021 Increasing Tropical Cyclone Intensity Forecast Accuracy with a Deep-Learning-Based Model Judi, Dave Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
06/2021 Implications of Warming on Western United States Landfalling Atmospheric Rivers and Their Flood Damages Jones, Andrew D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
06/2021 Using Explainable AI to Understand Key Wildfire Controls Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
05/2021 Mesoscale Convective Systems Cause Most Warm-Season Floods in the Central-Eastern U.S. Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
05/2021 Metrics for Evaluating Tropical Cyclones in Climate Data Zarzycki, Colin Pennsylvania State University
04/2021 Global Vulnerability of Crop Yields to Climate Change Weyant, John Stanford University
04/2021 Changing Interests in Arctic Oil and Gas Development Lee, Olivia University of Alaska Fairbanks
04/2021 Pooling Data Improves Multimodel IDF Estimates over Median-Based IDF Estimates: Analysis over the Susquehanna and Florida Srivastava, Abhishekh Kumar University of California - Davis
04/2021 Contrasting Responses of Mountain Snowpack to Warmer Sea Surfaces Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/2021 Small Increases in Agent-Based Model Complexity Can Result in Large Increases in Required Calibration Data Weyant, John Stanford University
04/2021 Market Expectations of a Warming Climate Weyant, John Stanford University
03/2021 Coordination and Control – Limits in Standard Representations of Multi-Reservoir Operations in Hydrological Modeling Weyant, John Stanford University
03/2021 Meteorological Conditions Influence the Size and Occurrence of California Wildfires Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/2021 Uniform Ocean Warming Dominates Wet California Winters Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/2021 Impacts of Long-Term Temperature Changes on Electricity Investments Calvin, Katherine Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/2021 The FLOod Probability Interpolation Tool (FLOPIT): A Simple Tool to Improve Spatial Flood Probability Quantification and Communication Weyant, John Stanford University
02/2021 Extreme Wind & Waves Aalong the U.S East Coast Pryor, S.C. Cornell University - Department of Atmospheric and Earth Sciences
02/2021 Corrected Models Project Drier Winters for Mediterranean Climate Regions Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/2021 Quantifying the Impacts of Compound Extremes on Agriculture Weyant, John Stanford University
02/2021 Assessing the Future of Global Energy-for-Water Calvin, Katherine Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/2021 A Quantitative Method to Describe Snow Water Equivalent (SWE) in Climate Models Jones, Andrew D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
01/2021 Digital Atlas of Extreme Wind Speeds Pryor, S.C. Cornell University

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