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Publications Citing Monthly Climate Data for Selected USGS HCDN Sites, 1951-1990, R1

The following 18 publications cited the product Monthly Climate Data for Selected USGS HCDN Sites, 1951-1990, R1.

Year Citation
2019 Mazrooei, A. and A. Sankarasubramanian. 2019. Improving monthly streamflow forecasts through assimilation of observed streamflow for rainfall-dominated basins across the CONUS. Journal of Hydrology. 575:704-715.
2018 Libera, D.A. and A. Sankarasubramanian. 2018. Multivariate bias corrections of mechanistic water quality model predictions. Journal of Hydrology. 564:529-541.
2018 Libera, D.A., A. Sankarasubramanian, A. Sharma, and B.J. Reich. 2018. A non-parametric bootstrapping framework embedded in a toolkit for assessing water quality model performance. Environmental Modelling & Software. 107:25-33.
2018 Petersen, T., N. Devineni, and A. Sankarasubramanian. 2018. Monthly hydroclimatology of the continental United States. Advances in Water Resources. 114:180-195.
2017 Kominoski, J.S., A. Ruhi, M.M. Hagler, K. Petersen, J.L. Sabo, T. Sinha, A. Sankarasubramanian, and J.D. Olden. 2017. Patterns and drivers of fish extirpations in rivers of the American Southwest and Southeast. Global Change Biology. 24(3):1175-1185.
2016 Moore, J.N. 2016. Recent desiccation of Western Great Basin Saline Lakes: Lessons from Lake Abert, Oregon, U.S.A. Science of The Total Environment. 554-555:142-154.
2015 Wang, H., A. Sankarasubramanian, and R.S. Ranjithan. 2015. Understanding the low-frequency variability in hydroclimatic attributes over the southeastern US. Journal of Hydrology. 521:170-181.
2014 Singh, H. and A. Sankarasubramanian. 2014. Systematic uncertainty reduction strategies for developing streamflow forecasts utilizing multiple climate models and hydrologic models. Water Resources Research. 50(2):1288-1307.
2014 Wang, H., R. Killick, and X. Fu. 2014. Distributional change of monthly precipitation due to climate change: comprehensive examination of dataset in southeastern United States. Hydrological Processes. 28(20):5212-5219.
2012 Li, W. and A. Sankarasubramanian. 2012. Reducing hydrologic model uncertainty in monthly streamflow predictions using multimodel combination. Water Resources Research. 48(12):
2012 Matthew S. Mayernik, Michael D. Daniels, Bob Dattore, Ethan Davis, Kathryn M. Ginger, Karon M. Kelly, Mary R. Marlino, Don Middleton, Jennifer Phillips, Gary Strand, Steven F. Williams, Steven Worely, Michael J. Wright (2012) Data Citations within NCAR/UCP.. National Center for Atmospheric Research Library
2012 Mims, M.C. and J.D. Olden. 2012. Life history theory predicts fish assemblage response to hydrologic regimes. Ecology. 93(1):35-45.
2012 Petersen, T., N. Devineni, and A. Sankarasubramanian. 2012. Seasonality of monthly runoff over the continental United States: Causality and relations to mean annual and mean monthly distributions of moisture and energy. Journal of Hydrology. 468-469:139-150.
2011 Martinez, G.F. and H.V. Gupta. 2011. Hydrologic consistency as a basis for assessing complexity of monthly water balance models for the continental United States. Water Resources Research. 47(12):
2011 Patil, S. and M. Stieglitz. 2011. Hydrologic similarity among catchments under variable flow conditions. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 15(3):989-997.
2010 Devineni, N., Civil Engineering, (2010). Seasonal Hydroclimatology of the Continental United States: Forecasting and its Relevance to Water Management. Doctor of Philosophy
2010 Gonzalez-Benecke, CA., Martin, TA., Clark, A., Peter, GF., Canadian Journal of Forest Research, (2010). Water availability and genetic effects on wood properties of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda). 40 (12),2265-2277. ISBN: 0045-5067.
2009 Wang, T., E. Istanbulluoglu, J. Lenters, and D. Scott. 2009. On the role of groundwater and soil texture in the regional water balance: An investigation of the Nebraska Sand Hills, USA. Water Resources Research. 45(10):