person 1016

Michael Dettinger

ORCID : 0000-0002-7509-7332

http://tenaya.ucsd.edu/~dettinge

OrganizationRolePublications
Scripps Institution of Oceanography Author 23 articles
  1. A method for physically based model analysis of conjunctive use in response to potential climate changes
  2. An Enhanced Archive Facilitating Climate Impacts and Adaptation Analysis
  3. Assessing reservoir operations risk under climate change
  4. Atmospheric Rivers as Drought Busters on the U.S. West Coast
  5. Atmospheric Rivers, Floods and the Water Resources of California
  6. Changes in the Onset of Spring in the Western United States
  7. Changes toward Earlier Streamflow Timing across Western North America
  8. Climate and Wildfire in the Western United States
  9. Climate change projections of sea level extremes along the California coast
  10. Climate change, atmospheric rivers, and floods in California—A multimodel analysis of storm frequency and magnitude changes
  11. Detection and Attribution of Streamflow Timing Changes to Climate Change in the Western United States
  12. Flooding on California's Russian River: Role of atmospheric rivers
  13. Historical and national perspectives on extreme West Coast precipitation associated with atmospheric rivers during December 2010
  14. Human-Induced Changes in the Hydrology of the Western United States
  15. Meteorological Characteristics and Overland Precipitation Impacts of Atmospheric Rivers Affecting the West Coast of North America Based on Eight Years of SSM/I Satellite Observations
  16. Potential increase in floods in California’s Sierra Nevada under future climate projections
  17. Relations between climatic variability and hydrologic time series from four alluvial basins across the southwestern United States
  18. Storms, floods, and the science of atmospheric rivers
  19. Structure and Detectability of Trends in Hydrological Measures over the Western United States
  20. The coming megafloods
  21. The response of Lake Tahoe to climate change
  22. The utility of daily large-scale climate data in the assessment of climate change impacts on daily streamflow in California
  23. Trends in Snowfall versus Rainfall in the Western United States
Scripps Institution of Oceanography Center for Western Weather and Water Extremes Author 1 article
  1. Climate change intensification of horizontal water vapor transport in CMIP5
Scripps Institution of Oceanography Climate Research Division Author 1 article
  1. Impact of climate variation on mosquito abundance in California
U.S. Geological Survey Author 26 articles
  1. A method for physically based model analysis of conjunctive use in response to potential climate changes
  2. An Enhanced Archive Facilitating Climate Impacts and Adaptation Analysis
  3. Assessing reservoir operations risk under climate change
  4. Atmospheric Rivers as Drought Busters on the U.S. West Coast
  5. Atmospheric Rivers, Floods and the Water Resources of California
  6. Attribution of Declining Western U.S. Snowpack to Human Effects
  7. Changes in the Onset of Spring in the Western United States
  8. Changes toward Earlier Streamflow Timing across Western North America
  9. Characterizing Climate-Change Impacts on the 1.5-yr Flood Flow in Selected Basins across the United States: A Probabilistic Approach
  10. Climate and Wildfire in the Western United States
  11. Climate change intensification of horizontal water vapor transport in CMIP5
  12. Climate change projections of sea level extremes along the California coast
  13. Climate change, atmospheric rivers, and floods in California—A multimodel analysis of storm frequency and magnitude changes
  14. Detection and Attribution of Streamflow Timing Changes to Climate Change in the Western United States
  15. Human-Induced Changes in the Hydrology of the Western United States
  16. Impact of climate variation on mosquito abundance in California
  17. Large-Scale Atmospheric Forcing of Recent Trends toward Early Snowmelt Runoff in California
  18. Meteorological Characteristics and Overland Precipitation Impacts of Atmospheric Rivers Affecting the West Coast of North America Based on Eight Years of SSM/I Satellite Observations
  19. Potential impacts of climate change on groundwater resources – a global review
  20. Potential increase in floods in California’s Sierra Nevada under future climate projections
  21. Storms, floods, and the science of atmospheric rivers
  22. Structure and Detectability of Trends in Hydrological Measures over the Western United States
  23. The coming megafloods
  24. The response of Lake Tahoe to climate change
  25. The utility of daily large-scale climate data in the assessment of climate change impacts on daily streamflow in California
  26. Trends in Snowfall versus Rainfall in the Western United States
U.S. Geological Survey Lead Author 1 chapter
  1. nca3 chapter 3 : Water Resources
U.S. Geological Survey Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Atmospheric Rivers, Floods and the Water Resources of California
University of California, San Diego Scientist 1 figure
  1. ccsp-ocpfy2007 46
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