university-california-irvine-center-hydrometeorology-remote-sensing

University of California, Irvine Center for Hydrometeorology and Remote Sensing

United States

http://chrs.web.uci.edu/

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Amir AghaKouchak Author 6 articles
  1. California drought increases CO2 footprint of energy
  2. Century-scale causal relationships between global dry/wet conditions and the state of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans
  3. Global warming and changes in risk of concurrent climate extremes: Insights from the 2014 California drought
  4. On the key role of droughts in the dynamics of summer fires in Mediterranean Europe
  5. Substantial increase in concurrent droughts and heatwaves in the United States
  6. Water and climate: Recognize anthropogenic drought
Linyin Cheng Author 1 article
  1. Global warming and changes in risk of concurrent climate extremes: Insights from the 2014 California drought
Xiaogang Gao Author 1 article
  1. How significant is the impact of irrigation on the local hydroclimate in California’s Central Valley? Comparison of model results with ground and remote-sensing data
Kuo-lin Hsu Author 1 article
  1. How significant is the impact of irrigation on the local hydroclimate in California’s Central Valley? Comparison of model results with ground and remote-sensing data
Alireza Hamidian Jahromi Author 1 article
  1. Global warming and changes in risk of concurrent climate extremes: Insights from the 2014 California drought
Jialun Li Author 1 article
  1. How significant is the impact of irrigation on the local hydroclimate in California’s Central Valley? Comparison of model results with ground and remote-sensing data
Omid Mazdiyasni Author 2 articles
  1. Global warming and changes in risk of concurrent climate extremes: Insights from the 2014 California drought
  2. Substantial increase in concurrent droughts and heatwaves in the United States
Soroosh Sorooshian Author 1 article
  1. How significant is the impact of irrigation on the local hydroclimate in California’s Central Valley? Comparison of model results with ground and remote-sensing data
Amir AghaKouchak Point of Contact 3 articles
  1. Global warming and changes in risk of concurrent climate extremes: Insights from the 2014 California drought
  2. Substantial increase in concurrent droughts and heatwaves in the United States
  3. Water and climate: Recognize anthropogenic drought
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