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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.
Kao, S.-C., M.J. Sale, M. Ashfaq, N.S. Diffenbaugh, R. Martinez, D. Kaiser, and Y. Wei, The potential climate change impacts on U.S. federal hydropower generation, Energy, 80, 239-250, 2015.
Liu, J., T. Hertel, N.S. Diffenbaugh, M. Delgado and M. Ashfaq, Future property damage from flooding: Sensitivities to economy and climate change, Climatic Change Letters, DOI 10.1007/s10584-015-1478-z, 2015.
Swain, D.L., B. Lebassi-Habtezion, and N.S.
Diffenbaugh, Evaluation of non-hydrostatic simulations of Northeast Pacific
atmospheric rivers and comparison to in-situ observations,Monthly Weather Review, in press.