Research Highlights

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

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Submission Datesort ascending Title Author Institution
10/01/2018 Contiguous US Summer Maximum Temperature and Heat Stress Trends in CRU and NOAA Climate Division Data Plus Comparisons to Reanalyses Grotjahn, Richard University of California Davis
09/12/2018 Effects of Water Management on Future Droughts from Atmosphere to Rivers: A Global Multi-Model Analysis Hejazi, Mohamad Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/15/2018 A Hydrological Emulator for Global Applications Hejazi, Mohamad Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
06/18/2018 Reconstruction of Global Gridded Monthly Sectoral Water Withdrawals for 1971-2010 and Analysis of their Spatiotemporal Patterns Hejazi, Mohamad Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
06/04/2018 Water Management Influences Long-Term Changes in River Flows Kraucunas, Ian Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
06/04/2018 Tethys Tackles Downscaling Challenge for Regional Water Withdrawals Hejazi, Mohamad Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
06/04/2018 Demeter – A Land Use and Land Cover Change Disaggregation Model Kraucunas, Ian Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/05/2018 A Global Food Demand Model for the Assessment of Complex Human-Earth Systems Edmonds, James A. Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/04/2018 Opportunities for Joint Water–Energy Management: Sensitivity of the 2010 Western U.S. Electricity Grid Operations to Climate Oscillations Voisin, Nathalie Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/30/2018 Quantifying the Effects of Historical Land Cover Conversion Uncertainty on Global Carbon and Climate Estimates Collins, William D. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
12/08/2017 How Many Weather Stations are enough to Accurately Simulate Building Energy Demand? Burleyson, Casey Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/08/2017 Effects of Local Water Extraction and Reservoir Regulation on Drought in the United States Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/08/2017 Reservoir Management Alters Flood Frequency at the Regional Scale Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/13/2017 Stressed Out: Can Models Predict Grid Tolerance to Environmental Extremes? Kraucunas, Ian Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/13/2017 Kernels of Knowledge: How Land Use Decisions Affect Crop Productivity Huang, Maoyi Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/13/2017 Xanthos – A Global Hydrologic Model Hejazi, Mohamad Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
09/05/2017 Accounting for Groundwater Use and Return Flow Improves Modeling of Water Management Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
05/15/2017 A Hindcast Experiment Using the GCAM 3.0 Agriculture and Land-Use Module Clarke, Leon Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/20/2017 A Prognostic Fertilization and Irrigation Module Design for Modeling Bioenergy Crop Agriculture in the Earth System Huang, Maoyi Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/20/2017 Global Scenarios of Urban Density and Its Impacts on Building Energy Use through 2050 Clarke, Leon Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/22/2016 Assessing the Importance of Spatial Scale in Long-Term Land-Use Modeling over the Midwestern United States Kraucunas, Ian Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/22/2016 Can Dynamical Downscaling Improve Tropical Cyclone Storm Surge Simulations? Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/22/2016 Vulnerability of Western U.S. Grid Operations to Water Availability: Identified Critical Droughts Voisin, Nathalie Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/22/2016 Responses to Global Water Scarcity Lower Global Water Demands from Previous Projections Clarke, Leon Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/06/2016 The Role of Climate Covariability on Bioenergy Crop Yields in the Conterminous United States Zhang, Xuesong Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12/06/2016 Future Climate Warming Induces Emergence of New Hydrologic Regimes of Surface Water Resources in the Conterminous United States Huang, Maoyi Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/10/2016 Quantifying Impacts of Heat Waves on Power Grid Operation Kraucunas, Ian Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
03/18/2016 Hydrologic Model Structural Uncertainty Reduced by a Hierarchical Mixture of Experts and Diagnostic Modeling Approach Demissie, Yonas Washington State University
01/30/2016 Assessment of the importance of spatial scale in long-term land use modeling of the Midwestern United States Kyle, Page
01/30/2016 21st century United States emissions mitigation could increase water stress more than the climate change it is mitigating Hejazi, Mohamad

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