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  1. Do CFSv2 Seasonal Forecasts Help Improve the Forecast of Meteorological Drought over Mainland China?
  2. Improvement of rank histograms for verifying the reliability of extreme event ensemble forecasts
  3. Unraveling anthropogenic influence on the changing risk of heat waves in China
  4. Assessing the applicability of WRF optimal parameters under the different precipitation simulations in the Greater Beijing Area
  5. Detecting the quantitative hydrological response to changes in climate and human activities
  6. Wavelet-based variability of Yellow River discharge at 500-, 100-, and 50-year timescales
  7. Climate Change and Water: Case Study on Eastern Monsoon Region of China
  8. Integrating weather and climate predictions for seamless hydrologic ensemble forecasting: A case study in the Yalong River basin
  9. Parametric sensitivity analysis of precipitation and temperature based on multi-uncertainty quantification methods in the Weather Research and Forecasting model
  10. Seasonal drought ensemble predictions based on multiple climate models in the upper Han River Basin, China
  11. The Art and Science of Climate Model Tuning
  12. The nonstationary impact of local temperature changes and ENSO on extreme precipitation at the global scale
  13. Contribution analysis of the long-term changes in seasonal runoff on the Loess Plateau, China, using eight Budyko-based methods
  14. A Comprehensive Evaluation of Microwave Emissivity and Brightness Temperature Sensitivities to Soil Parameters Using Qualitative and Quantitative Sensitivity Analyses
  15. Modeling streamflow and sediment responses to climate change and human activities in the Yanhe River, China
  16. Handbook of Hydrometeorological Ensemble Forecasting
  17. Record-Breaking Heat in Northwest China in July 2015: Analysis of the Severity and Underlying Causes
  18. Environmental impact assessments of the Xiaolangdi Reservoir on the most hyperconcentrated laden river, Yellow River, China
  19. An evaluation of parametric sensitivities of different meteorological variables simulated by the WRF model
  20. Hydrological monitoring and seasonal forecasting: Progress and perspectives
  21. Century-scale causal relationships between global dry/wet conditions and the state of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans
  22. Impact assessment of climate change and human activities on net runoff in the Yellow River Basin from 1951 to 2012
  23. A nonstationary bias-correction technique to remove bias in GCM simulations
  24. Uncertainty Quantification in Climate Modeling and Projection
  25. Functional degradation of the water–sediment regulation scheme in the lower Yellow River: Spatial and temporal analyses
  26. Linkage Between Hourly Precipitation Events and Atmospheric Temperature Changes over China during the Warm Season
  27. Multiobjective adaptive surrogate modeling-based optimization for parameter estimation of large, complex geophysical models
  28. Joint analysis of changes in temperature and precipitation on the Loess Plateau during the period 1961–2011
  29. A GUI platform for uncertainty quantification of complex dynamical models
  30. Linkages between Large-Scale Climate Patterns and Karst Spring Discharge in Northern China
  31. Bi-objective analysis of water–sediment regulation for channel scouring and delta maintenance: A study of the lower Yellow River
  32. Temperature and precipitation changes over the Loess Plateau between 1961 and 2011, based on high-density gauge observations
  33. Evaluation of the PERSIANN-CDR Daily Rainfall Estimates in Capturing the Behavior of Extreme Precipitation Events over China
  34. The hydro-environmental response on the lower Yellow River to the water–sediment regulation scheme
  35. Comparative analysis of CMIP3 and CMIP5 global climate models for simulating the daily mean, maximum, and minimum temperatures and daily precipitation over China
  36. Multi-objective parameter optimization of common land model using adaptive surrogate modeling
  37. Stepwise sensitivity analysis from qualitative to quantitative: Application to the terrestrial hydrological modeling of a Conjunctive Surface-Subsurface Process (CSSP) land surface model
  38. Evaluating the skill of NMME seasonal precipitation ensemble predictions for 17 hydroclimatic regions in continental China
  39. Extreme climate events and agricultural climate indices in China: CMIP5 model evaluation and projections
  40. Assessing WRF model parameter sensitivity: A case study with 5 day summer precipitation forecasting in the Greater Beijing Area
  41. Development of a large-sample watershed-scale hydrometeorological data set for the contiguous USA: data set characteristics and assessment of regional variability in hydrologic model performance
  42. The Gravity Environment of Zhouqu Debris Flow of August 2010 and Its Implication for Future Recurrence
  43. Evolution of the Yellow River Delta and its relationship with runoff and sediment load from 1983 to 2011
  44. Post-processing of ensemble forecasts in low-flow period
  45. An evaluation of post-processed TIGGE multimodel ensemble precipitation forecast in the Huai river basin
  46. An evaluation of adaptive surrogate modeling based optimization with two benchmark problems
  47. Evaluating Skill of Seasonal Precipitation and Temperature Predictions of NCEP CFSv2 Forecasts over 17 Hydroclimatic Regions in China
  48. A Bayesian analysis of nonstationary generalized extreme value distribution of annual spring discharge minima
  49. Projected changes in temperature and precipitation in ten river basins over China in 21st century
  50. Variations in global temperature and precipitation for the period of 1948 to 2010
  51. Assessment of CMIP5 climate models and projected temperature changes over Northern Eurasia
  52. A global soil data set for earth system modeling
  53. Hydrologic post-processing of MOPEX streamflow simulations
  54. Would the ‘real’ observed dataset stand up? A critical examination of eight observed gridded climate datasets for China
  55. A comprehensive evaluation of various sensitivity analysis methods: A case study with a hydrological model
  56. The impact of the South-North Water Transfer Project (CTP)'s central route on groundwater table in the Hai River basin, North China
  57. Assessing parameter importance of the Common Land Model based on qualitative and quantitative sensitivity analysis
  58. Evaluation and application of Bayesian multi-model estimation in temperature simulations
  59. Development of a China Dataset of Soil Hydraulic Parameters Using Pedotransfer Functions for Land Surface Modeling
  60. A China data set of soil properties for land surface modeling
  62. Improving kinematic wave routing scheme in Community Land Model
  63. On the Applicability of Temperature and Precipitation Data from CMIP3 for China
  64. Evaluating the predictive skill of post-processed NCEP GFS ensemble precipitation forecasts in China's Huai river basin
  65. Developed and developing world responsibilities for historical climate change and CO 2 mitigation
  66. Landslides Caused Deforestation
  67. Continental-scale water and energy flux analysis and validation for North American Land Data Assimilation System project phase 2 (NLDAS-2): 2. Validation of model-simulated streamflow
  68. Continental-scale water and energy flux analysis and validation for the North American Land Data Assimilation System project phase 2 (NLDAS-2): 1. Intercomparison and application of model products
  69. Combining Simulation and Emulation for Calibrating Sequentially Reactive Transport Systems
  70. A hydrologic post-processor for ensemble streamflow predictions
  71. Bayesian estimation of local signal and noise in multimodel simulations of climate change
  72. Reply to Comment by B. Renard et al. on “An integrated hydrologic Bayesian multimodel combination framework: Confronting input, parameter, and model structural uncertainty in hydrologic prediction”
  73. Comment on “Dynamically dimensioned search algorithm for computationally efficient watershed model calibration” by Bryan A. Tolson and Christine A. Shoemaker
  74. Regional Parameter Estimation of the VIC Land Surface Model: Methodology and Application to River Basins in China
  75. Multi-model ensemble hydrologic prediction using Bayesian model averaging
  76. An integrated hydrologic Bayesian multimodel combination framework: Confronting input, parameter, and model structural uncertainty in hydrologic prediction
  77. Multi-objective calibration of forecast ensembles using Bayesian model averaging
  78. Multimodel Combination Techniques for Analysis of Hydrological Simulations: Application to Distributed Model Intercomparison Project Results
  79. The model parameter estimation experiment (MOPEX)
  80. Model Parameter Estimation Experiment (MOPEX): An overview of science strategy and major results from the second and third workshops
  81. Western Pacific geophysics meeting in Beijing, China
  82. NOAA'S Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service: Building Pathways for Better Science in Water Forecasting
  83. The distributed model intercomparison project (DMIP): motivation and experiment design
  84. Model parameter experiment begins new phase
  85. An intercomparison of soil moisture fields in the North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS)
  86. Streamflow and water balance intercomparisons of four land surface models in the North American Land Data Assimilation System project
  87. The multi-institution North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS): Utilizing multiple GCIP products and partners in a continental distributed hydrological modeling system
  88. Snow process modeling in the North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS): 2. Evaluation of model simulated snow water equivalent
  89. Land surface model spin‐up behavior in the North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS)
  90. Snow process modeling in the North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS): 1. Evaluation of model‐simulated snow cover extent
  91. Surface radiation budgets in support of the GEWEX Continental‐Scale International Project (GCIP) and the GEWEX Americas Prediction Project (GAPP), including the North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS) project
  92. Total water storage in the Arkansas‐Red River basin
  93. Evaluation of the North American Land Data Assimilation System over the southern Great Plains during the warm season
  94. Validation of the North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS) retrospective forcing over the southern Great Plains
  95. Real‐time and retrospective forcing in the North American Land Data Assimilation System (NLDAS) project
  96. Effects of Frozen Soil on Soil Temperature, Spring Infiltration, and Runoff: Results from the PILPS 2(d) Experiment at Valdai, Russia
  97. Global optimization for watershed model calibration
  98. Preface
  99. Use of a priori parameter estimates in the derivation of spatially consistent parameter sets of rainfall-runoff models
  100. The Representation of Snow in Land Surface Schemes: Results from PILPS 2(d)
  101. A Priori estimation of land surface model parameters
  102. Simulations of a Boreal Grassland Hydrology at Valdai, Russia: PILPS Phase 2(d)
  103. A parameterization of snowpack and frozen ground intended for NCEP weather and climate models
  104. Scale dependencies of hydrologic models to spatial variability of precipitation
  105. The Project for Intercomparison of Land-surface Parameterization Schemes (PILPS) phase 2(c) Red–Arkansas River basin experiment:
  106. The Project for Intercomparison of Land-surface Parameterization Schemes (PILPS) Phase 2(c) Red–Arkansas River basin experiment:
  107. The Project for Intercomparison of Land-surface Parameterization Schemes (PILPS) phase 2(c) Red-Arkansas River basin experiment:
  108. Correction to “FIFE 1987 water budget analysis” by Q. Y. Duan, J. C. Schaake, and V. I. Koren
  109. FIFE 1987 water budget analysis
  110. Simple water balance model for estimating runoff at different spatial and temporal scales
  111. Modeling of land surface evaporation by four schemes and comparison with FIFE observations
  112. Optimal use of the SCE-UA global optimization method for calibrating watershed models
  113. Calibration of rainfall-runoff models: Application of global optimization to the Sacramento Soil Moisture Accounting Model
  114. Shuffled complex evolution approach for effective and efficient global minimization
  115. Effective and efficient global optimization for conceptual rainfall-runoff models
  116. A maximum likelihood criterion for use with data collected at unequal time intervals