Publications

bold face denotes members of the Barnes Research Group* denotes conference proceedings

SUBMITTED/IN REVIEW

  • Gonzales, K., D. Swain, K. Nardi, E. A. Barnes, and N. Diffenbaugh: Recent warming of landfalling atmospheric rivers along the west coast of the United States, Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, submitted 10/2018.
  • Anderson, G. Brooke, Elizabeth A. Barnes, Francesca Dominici, and Michelle Bell: The future of climate epidemiology: Examples of key opportunities for advancing research on climate and health in the context of climate change, American Journal of Epidemiology, submitted 10/2018.
  • Stone, Kane, S. Solomon, D. Kinnison, C. Baggett and E. Barnes: Prediction of Northern Hemisphere regional surface temperatures using stratospheric ozone information, submitted 08/2018.
  • Jenney, Andrea., D. Randall, E. Barnes: Quantifying regional sensitivities to periodic events: Application to the MJO. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, submitted 08/2018.

ACCEPTED/IN PRESS

  • Tseng, Kai-Chih, Eric Maloney and Elizabeth Barnes: The consistency of MJO teleconnection patterns: an explanation using linear Rossby wave theory. Journal of Climate, accepted 11/2018
  • Baggett, Cory F. , Kyle M. Nardi, Samuel J. Childs, Samantha N. Zito, Elizabeth A. Barnes, Eric D. Maloney: Skillful 5 Week Forecasts of Tornado and Hail Activity. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, accepted 11/2018.
  • *Ramsey, J., K. Zhang, M. Glymour, R. Sanchez Romero, B. Huang, I. Ebert-Uphoff, E. Barnes, C. Glymour: A Toolbox for Causal Discovery in Climate Science. Proceedings of the Eighth International Workshop on Climate Informatics (CI 2018), submitted 08/2018.
  • *Samarasinghe, Savini, E. Barnes and I. Ebert-Uphoff: Causal Discovery in the Presence of Latent Variables for Climate Science. Proceedings of the Eighth International Workshop on Climate Informatics (CI 2018), accepted.
  • *Barnes, E., C. Anderson and I. Ebert-Uphoff: An AI Approach to Determining Time of Emergence of Climate Change. Proceedings of the Eighth International Workshop on Climate Informatics (CI 2018), submitted 06/2018.
  • Ralph, F. M., A. Wilson, T. Shulgina, B. Kawzenuk, S. Sellars, J. Rutz, M. Lamjiri, E. Barnes, A. Gershunov, B. Guan, K. Nardi, T. Osborne, and G. Wick: Comparison of Atmospheric River Detection Tools: How Many Atmospheric Rivers Hit Northern California's Russian River Watershed?. Climate Dynamics, accepted 09/2018.

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