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What do experienced water managers think of water resources of our nation and Its management infrastructure? PLOS ONE. 10(11). 2015.
Is water security necessary? An empirical analysis of the effects of climate hazards on national-level economic growth Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A. 371(2002). 2013.
Water Security. Coping with the curse of freshwater variability. Water. 346(6208):429-430.. 2014.
Water in the 21st Century: Defining the elements of global crises and potential solutions. Journal of International Affairs. 61(2):1-17.. 2008.
Water governance and adaptation to climate change in the Indus River Basin. Journal of Hydrology. 519 Part C(27):2527-2537.. 2014.
Water and economic development: The role of variability and a framework for resilience. Natural Resources Forum. 30(4):306-317.. 2006.
Toward a statistical framework to quantify the uncertainties of hydrologic response under climate change. Water Resources Research. 48(11). 2012.
Sustainable water management under future uncertainty with eco-engineering decision scaling. Nature Climate Change.. 2015.
A semiparametric multivariate, multisite weather generator with low-frequency variability for use in climate risk assessments. Water Resources Research. 49(11):7205–7220.. 2013.
Selecting stochastic climate realizations to efficiently explore a wide range of climate risk to water resource systems. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 142(6). 2016.
Seasonal hydroclimatic forecasts as innovations and the challenges of adoption by water managers. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 141(5). 2015.
Seasonal hydroclimatic forecasts as innovations and the challenges of adoption by water managers. Journal of Water Resource Planning and Management. 141(5). 2014.
Seasonal and annual maximum streamflow forecasting using climate information: application to the Three Gorges dam in the Yangtze River basin. Hydrologic Sciences Journal. 54(3):582-595.. 2009.
Room for improvement: Hydroclimatic challenges to poverty-reducing development of the Brahmaputra River. Environmental Science & Policy. 54:64–80.. 2015.
Robustness indicators for evaluation under climate change: application to the Upper Great Lakes. Water Resources Research. 49(6):3576–3588.. 2013.
Reservoir performance and dynamic management under plausible assumptions of future climate over seasons to decades. Climatic Change. 118(2):307-320.. 2013.
Potential impacts of changes in climate on turbidity in New York City’s Ashokan Reservoir. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 142(3):04015066-1-04015066-10.. 2016.
Performance of water policy reforms under scarcity conditions: A case study in Northeast Brazil. Water Policy. 11(5). 2009.
Panel regression techniques for identifying impacts of anthropogenic landscape change on hydrologic response. Water Resources Research. 49(12):7874–7886.. 2013.
Paleo-reconstructed net basin supply scenarios and their effect on lake levels in the upper great lakes. Climatic Change. 127(2):305-319.. 2014.
Nonstationary decision model for flood risk decision scaling. Water Resources Research. 52(11):8650–8667.. 2016.
Multivariate streamflow forecasting using independent component analysis. Water Resources Research. 44(2). 2008.
Modeling the Agricultural Water–Energy–Food Nexus in the Indus River Basin, Pakistan. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 142(2). 2016.
Modeling stakeholder-defined climate risk on the Upper Great Lakes. Water Resources Research. 48(10). 2012.
Modeling multivariable hydrological series: Principal component analysis or independent component analysis? Water Resources Research. 43(6). 2007.
Managing hydroclimatological risk to water supply with option contracts and reservoir index insurance. Water Resources Research. 43(11). 2007.
Management Strategies for Transition to Reduced Agricultural Irrigation: Republican River Basin. MODFLOW and More 2011: Integrated Hydrologic Modeling.. 2011.
An introduction to the IBMR, a hydro-economic model for climate change impact assessment in Pakistan’s Indus River basin. Water International. 38(5, Special Issue: Water for food security: challenges for Pakistan):632-650.. 2013.
Interpreting variability in global SST data using independent component analysis and principal component analysis. International Journal of Climatology. 40(3):333-346.. 2010.