David J. Lorenz, Jason A. Otkin, Mark Svoboda, Christopher R. Hain, Martha C. Anderson, and Yafang Zhong. (2017) Predicting the U.S. Drought Monitor Using Precipitation, Soil Moisture, and Evapotranspiration Anomalies. Part II: Intraseasonal Drought Intensification Forecasts. Journal of Hydrometeorology 18:7, 1963-1982.
David J. Lorenz, Jason A. Otkin, Mark Svoboda, Christopher R. Hain, Martha C. Anderson, and Yafang Zhong. (2017) Predicting U.S. Drought Monitor States Using Precipitation, Soil Moisture, and Evapotranspiration Anomalies. Part I: Development of a Nondiscrete USDM Index. Journal of Hydrometeorology 18:7, 1943-1962.
Palerme C., C. Genthon, C. Claud, J. E. Kay, N. B. Wood, and T. L’Ecuyer, 2017: Evaluation of current and projected Antarctic precipitation in CMIP5 models, Climate Dynamics 48, doi:10.1007/s00382-016-3071-1.
Palerme, C., C. Claud, A. Dufour, C. Genthon, N. Wood, T. L'Ecuyer, 2017: Evaluation of Antarctic snowfall in global meteorological reanalyses, Atmospheric Research 190, 104-112, doi: 10.1016/j.atmosres.2017.02.015.
Smalleys, M., T. S. L’Ecuyer, and P. E. Kirstetter, 2017: How Frequent is Rainfall Over the CONUS? Perspectives from Ground-based and Spaceborne Radars, J. Hydro. 18, 1657-1672, doi: 10.1175/jhm-d-16-0242.1.
Accepted or in Press
Lebsock, M., T. L’Ecuyer, and R. Pincus, 2017: An observational view of radiation-circulation feedbacks on convective aggregation, Surveys in Geophysics, in press. Nuijens, L., K. Emanuel, H. Masunaga, and T. L’Ecuyer, 2017: Warm rain in convective clouds: a small-scale process with large-scale implications, Surveys in Geophysics, in press.
Holloway, C. E., A. A. Wing, S. Bony, C. Muller, H. Masunaga, T. S. L’Ecuyer, D. D. Turner, and P. Zuidema, 2017: Observing Convective Aggregation, Surveys in Geophysics, in press.
Wooller, M. J., Saulnier-Talbot, E., Potter, B. A., Belmecheri, S., Bigelow, N. H., Choy, K., Cwynar, L. C., Davis, K., Graham, R., Kurek, J., Langdon, P., Rawcliffe, R., Wang, Y.*, and Williams, J. W. (in review) Bering Land Bridge paleoecology and human dispersal into northwestern North America Science Advances.
Watson, B. I.*, Williams, J. W., Russell, J. W., Jackson, S. T., Shane, L. C. K., and Lowell, T. V. (in review) Temperature variations in the southern Great Lakes during the last deglaciation: Comparison between pollen and GDGT proxies. Quaternary Science Reviews.
Wang, Y.*, Porter, W. P., Mathewson, P. D., Miller, P. A., Graham, R., and Williams, J. W. (in review) Mechanistic modeling of environmental drivers of woolly mammoth carrying capacity and extinction on St. Paul Island, AK. Ecology.
Kim, J., D. E. Waliser, G. V. Cesana, X. Jiang, T. L'Ecuyer, J. M. Neena, 2017: Cloud and radiative heating profiles associated with the Boreal Summer Intraseasonal Oscillation, submitted to Climate Dynamics.
Cesana, G., D. E. Waliser, T. L’Ecuyer, X. Jiang, and J.-L. Li, 2017: How clouds affect the vertical structure of radiative heating rates: A multi-model evaluation using A-Train satellite observations, submitted to J. Geophys. Res.
Patz, J., D. J. Vimont, and P. Andrews, 2016: Climatic extremes and Zika’s rapid emergence in South America. Journal of the American Medical Association.
Martinez-Villalobos, C. and D. J. Vimont, 2016: An analytical framework for understanding tropical Meridional Modes. Submitted to J. Climate.
Dixon, R., D. J. Vimont, and M. Biasutti, 2016: Saharan Heat Low Biases in the CMIP5 Dataset. J. Climate.