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Climate and Earth System Dynamics Group

The Stanford University Climate and Earth System Dynamics group seeks to understand the dynamics and impacts of climate variability and change, including the role of humans as a coupled component of the climate system.
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Recent Publications

Alden, C.B., J.B. Miller, L.V. Gatti, M.M. Gloor, K. Guan, A.M. Michalak, I.T. van der Laan-Luijkx, D. Touma, A. Andrews, L.S. Basso, C.S.C. Correia, L.G. Domingues, J. Joiner, M.C. Krol, A.I. Lyapustin, W. Peters, Y.P. Shiga, K. Thoning, I.R. van der Velde, T.T. van Leeuwen, V. Yadav and N.S. Diffenbaugh, Regional atmospheric CO2 inversion reveals seasonal and geographic differences in Amazon net biome exchange, Global Change Biology, doi:10.1111/gcb.13305, 2016.

Swain, D.L., D.E. Horton, D. Singh and N.S. Diffenbaugh, Trends in atmospheric patterns conducive to seasonal precipitation and temperature extremes in California, Science Advances, 2(4), e1501344, 2016.

Anderegg, W.R.L. and N.S. Diffenbaugh, Observed and projected climate trends and hotspots across the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) regions, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 13(10), 547-552, 2015.

Diffenbaugh, N.S., D.L. Swain and D. Touma, Anthropogenic warming has increased drought risk in California, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112(13), 3931-3936, 2015.

Horton, D.E., N.C. Johnson, D. Singh, D.L. Swain, B. Rajaratnam and N.S. Diffenbaugh, Contribution of changes in atmospheric circulation patterns to extreme temperature trends, Nature, 522, 465–469, 2015.