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Publication Datesort ascending Title Contact Institution
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
03/2020 Improved Estimates of Drivers of Wind Turbine Blade Leading Edge Erosion Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
03/2020 Climate Effects From Wind Turbines Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
02/2020 The Making of a Metric: Co-Producing Decision-Relevant Climate Science for Water Management Jones, Andrew D. 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
01/2020 Simulating and Evaluating Atmospheric River Induced Precipitation Extremes Along the US Pacific Coast: Case Studies from 1980‐2017 Huang, Xingying University of California - Los Angeles
01/2020 20% US Electricity From Wind Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
01/2020 Effects of hydrometeor droplet characteristics on wind turbine blade leading edge erosion Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
01/2020 Modelling Hail and Convective Storms With WRF for Wind Energy Applications Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
01/2020 Assessing the Stability of Wind Resource and Wind Turbine Operating Conditions Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
11/2019 Atmospheric Rivers Trigger Heavy Snowmelt in the Western United States Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2019 Seasonality Changes of Extreme Precipitation Over California Under Warming , Ruby Leung Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/2019 Maximizing ENSO as a Source of Western US Hydroclimate Predictability Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2019 Irrigation Practices affect Monsoon Precipitation Huang, Maoyi Pacific Northwest 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 Warming Temperatures Portend Wetter Winters in Western U.S. Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
05/2019 Projected Changes in United States Regional Extreme Heat Days Pryor, S.C. Cornell University
04/2019 A New Method for Evaluating Controls on Heat and Drought Extremes Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
03/2019 Characterizing Wind Gusts in Complex Terrain Pryor, S. C. Cornell University
02/2019 Downscaling Wind Pryor, Sara C. Cornell University
01/2019 Understanding How Changes in African Dust Might Affect Future Hurricanes in a State-of-the-Art Climate Model Reed, Kevin A. Stony Brook University
01/2019 A Hierarchical Analysis of the Impact of Methodological Decisionson Statistical Downscaling of Daily Precipitation and Air Temperatures Pryor, Sara C. Cornell University
01/2019 The Effect of Ensemble Weighting Bukovsky, Melissa S. National Center for Atmospheric Research
12/2018 The Changing Character of the California Sierra Nevada as a Natural Reservoir Jones, Andrew D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
11/2018 Understanding Future Drought in California Ullrich, Paul University of California - Davis
11/2018 Is There a Winner in the Atmospheric Tug of War? Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2018 Projecting Changes in Societally Impactful Northeastern U.S. Snowstorms Zarzycki, Colin National Center for Atmospheric Research
11/2018 Warmer Climate Brings Stronger Spring Storms to the United States Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2018 Bracing for an Atmospheric River — and a Sea of Rain Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/2018 Atmosphere Outpaces Ocean in Driving Extreme Winter Weather Along the U.S. West Coast Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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