Preprints of papers in press or submitted by members of the Applied Climate Dynamics Group are available upon request and will be fulfilled on a case-by-case basis. Please email Dr. Jason Furtado for requests.
Authors with an asterisk (*) next to their names are undergraduate or graduate student authors. Authors in bold are members of the Applied Climate Dynamics Research Group.
- Chiappa, J.*, D. B. Parsons, J. C. Furtado, and A. Shapiro, 2023: Extreme convective rainfall events in the central United States during the summer: 2003-2021 trends and interannual variability. Geophys. Res. Lett., under review.
- Ćwik, P.*, R. A. McPherson, J. C. Furtado, and M. Taszarek, 2023: Relationships between WMAXSHEAR parameter and atmospheric patterns associated with May tornado outbreaks in USA. Geophys. Res. Lett., in prep.
- Dickinson, T.*, J. C. Furtado, and M. B. Richman, 2023: Predicting subseasonal extreme precipitation in the US using convolutional neural networks. Artif. Intell. Earth Syst., in prep.
- Dickinson, T.*,O. T. Millin*, J. C. Furtado, and M. B. Richman, 2023: Characterization of S2S heatwave predictability in the contiguous US. Geophys. Res. Lett., in prep.
- Furtado, J. C., and O. T. Millin*, 2023: What will future winters in North America look like? Geophys. Res. Lett., in prep.
- McAfee, D.*, E. Martin, and J. C. Furtado, 2023: Evaluation of forecasts of U.S. two-week extreme precipitation events in the S2S Prediction Project models. J. Climate, in prep.
- Meshaske, D. F., J. B. Basara, J. I. Christian, and J. C. Furtado, 2023: Inter-seasonal terrestrial-atmospheric drivers of flash drought over Europe. J. Int. Climatol., in prep.
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