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2017
Brady, Riley X., Alexander, Michael A., et al.
Emergent anthropogenic trends in California Current upwelling
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2016
King, Andrew D., Black, Mitchell T., et al.
Emergence of heat extremes attributable to anthropogenic influences
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2015
van Oldenborgh G., Haarsma R. J., et al.
Cold extremes in North America vs. mild weather in Europe: the winter 2013/2014 in the context of a warming world
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2015
Raybaud V., Beaugrand G., et al.
Climate-induced range shifts of the American jackknife clam Ensis directus in Europe
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2015
Loder J. W., van der Baaren A., et al.
Climate comparisons and change projections for the Northwest Atlantic from six CMIP5 models
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2015
Lute A. C., Abatzoglou J. T., et al.
Projected changes in snowfall extremes and interannual variability of snowfall in the western United States
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2014
Zou Y., Yu J., et al.
CMIP5 model simulations of the impacts of the two types of El Niño on the U.S. winter temperature
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2014
Baker N. C., Huang H.
A Comparative Study of Precipitation and Evaporation between CMIP3 and CMIP5 Climate Model Ensembles in Semiarid Regions
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2014
Bathols J., Heady C., et al.
What influences the skill of climate models over the continents?
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2014
Wuebbles D., co-authors a.
CMIP5 climate model analyses: Climate extremes in the United States
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2014
Gao Y., Leung L., et al.
Geophysical Research Letters
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2014
Torres-Alavez A., Cavazos T., et al.
Land-sea thermal contrast and intensity of the North American monsoon under climate change conditions.
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2014
Ganguli P., Kumar D., et al.
Water Stress on U.S. Power Production at Decadal Time Horizons
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2014
Knutson T. R., Zeng F., et al.
Seasonal and Annual Mean Precipitation Extremes Occurring During 2013: A U.S. Focused Analysis [in "Explaining Extremes of 2013 from a Climate Perspective"]
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2014
Sperber K. R., Annamalai H.
The Use of Fractional Accumulated Precipitation for the Evaluation of the Annual Cycle of Monsoons
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2014
Maloney E. D., Camargo S. J., et al.
North American climate in CMIP5 experiments: Part III: Assessment of 21st century projections.
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2013
Barnes E. A., Polvani L. M., et al.
Model projections of atmospheric steering of Sandy-like superstorms
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2013
Zappa G., Shaffrey L. C., et al.
The ability of CMIP5 models to simulate North Atlantic extratropical cyclones
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2013
Zappa G., Shaffrey L. C., et al.
A multi-model assessment of future projections of North Atlantic and European extratropical cyclones in the CMIP5 climate models
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2013
Dirmeyer P. A., Jin Y., et al.
Evolving land-atmosphere interactions over North America from CMIP5 simulations
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2013
Markovic M., de El?a R., et al.
A Transition from CMIP3 to CMIP5 for climate information providers: the case of surface temperature over eastern North America
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2013
Bothe O., Jungclaus J. H., et al.
Consistency of the Multi-Model CMIP5/PMIP3-past1000 Ensemble
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2013
Carvalho L. M., Jones C.
MIP5 simulations of low-level tropospheric temperature and moisture over tropical Americas
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2013
Chang E. K.
CMIP5 projection of significant reduction in extratropical cyclone activity over North America
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2013
Kumar S., Kinter III J., et al.
Multi-decadal Climate Variability and the %u201CWarming Hole%u201D in North America %u2013 results from CMIP5 20th and 21st Century Climate Simulations
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2013
Joetzjer E., Douville H., et al.
Evaluation of drought indices at interannual to climate change timescales: A case study over the Amazon and Mississippi river basins.
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2013
Zou Y., Yu J., et al.
CMIP5 Simulations of US Winter Responses to El Niño Diversity
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2013
Dib A. E., Johnson C. E., et al.
Simulating effects of changing climate and CO2 emissions on soil carbon pools at the Hubbard Brook experimental forest
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2013
Westby R. M., Lee Y., et al.
Anomalous Temperature Regimes during the Cool Season: Long-Term Trends, Low-Frequency Mode Modulation, and Representation in CMIP5 Simulations
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2012
Sheffield J., Barrett A., et al.
North American Climate in CMIP5 Experiments. Part I: Evaluation of 20th Century Continental and Regional Climatology
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2012
Ahlstrm A., Schurgers G., et al.
Robustness and uncertainty in terrestrial ecosystem carbon response to CMIP5 climate change projections
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2012
Neelin J., Langenbrunner B., et al.
California winter precipitation change under global warming in theCoupled Model Intercomparison Project 5 ensemble
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2012
Fu R., Fernando N., et al.
Assessing Future Changes of Climate and Drought over South-Central United States 3 Projected by the CMIP5 Models
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2012
Separovic L., Alexandru A., et al.
Present climate and climate change over North America as simulated by the fifth-generation Canadian Regional Climate Model (CRCM5)
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2012
Jacob D., Elizalde A., et al.
Assessing the Transferability of the Regional Climate Model REMO to Different COordinated Regional Climate Downscaling EXperiment (CORDEX) Regions
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2012
Weare B. C.
ENSO Teleconnections in CMIP5 Models
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2012
Colle B. A., Zhang Z., et al.
Historical and future predictions of eastern North America and western Atlantic extratropical cyclones in CMIP5 during the cool season
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2012
Kavvada A., Ruiz-Barradas A., et al.
AMO's Structure and Climate Footprint in Observations and IPCC AR5 Climate Simulations
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2012
Sheffield J., Camargo S., et al.
North American Climate in CMIP5 Experiments. Part II: Evaluation of 20th Century Intra-Seasonal to Decadal Variability
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2012
Mizuta R.
Intensification of extratropical cyclones associated with the polar jet change in the CMIP5 global warming projections
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2012
Zou Y., Yu J., et al.
The Changing Impacts of El Niño on US Winter Climate
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