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Toward a statistical framework to quantify the uncertainties of hydrologic response under climate change. Water Resources Research. 48(11). 2012.
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.
Reservoir management optimization for basin-wide ecological restoration in the Connecticut River. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 140(9). 2014.
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.
Panel regression techniques for identifying impacts of anthropogenic landscape change on hydrologic response. Water Resources Research. 49(12):7874–7886.. 2013.
The integrated effects of climate and hydrologic uncertainty on future flood risk assessments. Hydrological Processes. 29(12):2823–2839.. 2015.
Influences of North Atlantic climate variability on low-flows in the Connecticut River Basin. Journal of Hydrology. 409(1-2):212-224.. 2011.
Forecast-informed low-flow frequency analysis in a Bayesian framework for the northeastern United States. Water Resources Research. 48(10). 2012.
Expanded decision-scaling framework to select robust long-term water-system plans under hydroclimatic uncertainties. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 141(11). 2015.
Evaluation of environmental degradation kinetics using hierarchical bayesian modeling. Journal of Environmental Engineering. 141(12). 2015.
Evaluation of Climate Change Impacts to Reservoir Operations within the Connecticut River Basin. World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2010.. 2010.
The effects of climate model similarity on probabilistic climate projections and the implications for local, risk-based adaptation planning. Geophysical Research Letters. 42(12):5014–5044.. 2015.
Combining regression and spatial proximity for catchment model regionalization: a comparative study. Hydrological Sciences Journal. 60(6):1026-1043.. 2014.
A climate change range-based method for estimating robustness for water resources supply. Water Resources Research. 50(11):8944–8961.. 2014.
Calibration approaches for distributed hydrologic models using high performance computing: Implication for streamflow projections under climate change. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19(2):857-876.. 2015.