Linyin Cheng
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Global warming and changes in risk of concurrent climate extremes: Insights from the 2014 California drought
A AghaKouchak, L Cheng, O Mazdiyasni, A Farahmand
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (24), 8847-8852, 2014
Non-stationary extreme value analysis in a changing climate
L Cheng, A AghaKouchak, E Gilleland, RW Katz
Climatic change 127, 353-369, 2014
Nonstationary precipitation Intensity-Duration-Frequency curves for infrastructure design in a changing climate
L Cheng, A AghaKouchak
Scientific reports 4, 7093-7093, 2014
How has human-induced climate change affected California drought risk?
L Cheng, M Hoerling, A AghaKouchak, B Livneh, XW Quan, J Eischeid
Journal of Climate 29 (1), 111-120, 2016
Quantifying changes in future intensity‐duration‐frequency curves using multimodel ensemble simulations
E Ragno, A AghaKouchak, CA Love, L Cheng, F Vahedifard, CHR Lima
Water Resources Research 54 (3), 1751-1764, 2018
Characterizing recent trends in U.S. heavy precipitation
M Hoerling, J Eischeid, J Perlwitz, XW Quan, K Wolter, L Cheng
Journal of Climate 29 (7), 2313-2332, 2016
Does El Niño intensity matter for California precipitation?
A Hoell, M Hoerling, J Eischeid, K Wolter, R Dole, J Perlwitz, T Xu, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (2), 819-825, 2016
How well do CMIP5 climate simulations replicate historical trends and patterns of meteorological droughts?
N Nasrollahi, A AghaKouchak, L Cheng, L Damberg, TJ Phillips, C Miao, ...
Water Resources Research 51 (4), 2847-2864, 2015
Estimating the increase in regional evaporative water consumption as a result of vegetation restoration over the Loess Plateau, China
R Shao, B Zhang, T Su, B Long, L Cheng, Y Xue, W Yang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 124 (22), 11783-11802, 2019
The extreme 2015/16 El Niño, in the context of historical climate variability and change
M Newman, AT Wittenberg, L Cheng, GP Compo, CA Smith
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 99 (1), S16-S20, 2018
A hybrid statistical‐dynamical framework for meteorological drought prediction: Application to the southwestern United States
S Madadgar, A AghaKouchak, S Shukla, AW Wood, L Cheng, KL Hsu, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (7), 5095-5110, 2016
Compound hot droughts over China: Identification, risk patterns and variations
L Chen, X Chen, L Cheng, P Zhou, Z Liu
Atmospheric Research 227, 210-219, 2019
A nature-based reservoir optimization model for resolving the conflict in human water demand and riverine ecosystem protection
K Ren, S Huang, Q Huang, H Wang, G Leng, L Cheng, W Fang, P Li
Journal of cleaner production 231, 406-418, 2019
A generalized framework for process-informed nonstationary extreme value analysis
E Ragno, A AghaKouchak, L Cheng, M Sadegh
Advances in Water Resources 130, 270-282, 2019
A framework for exploring joint effects of conditional factors on compound floods
Z Liu, L Cheng, Z Hao, J Li, A Thorstensen, H Gao
Water Resources Research 54 (4), 2681-2696, 2018
Spatial Bayesian hierarchical modeling of precipitation extremes over a large domain
C Bracken, B Rajagopalan, L Cheng, W Kleiber, S Gangopadhyay
Water Resources Research 52 (8), 6643–6655, 2016
Vegetation dynamics and their effects on surface water-energy balance over the Three-North Region of China
C Deng, B Zhang, L Cheng, L Hu, F Chen
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 275, 79-90, 2019
Physical understanding of human-induced changes in US hot droughts using equilibrium climate simulations
L Cheng, M Hoerling, Z Liu, J Eischeid
Journal of Climate 32 (14), 4431-4443, 2019
Austral summer Southern Africa precipitation extremes forced by the El Niño-Southern oscillation and the subtropical Indian Ocean dipole
A Hoell, L Cheng
Climate Dynamics 50 (9-10), 3219-3236, 2018
Nonstationary precipitation intensity-duration-frequency curves for infrastructure design in a changing climate. Sci. Rep., 4, 7093
L Cheng, A AghaKouchak
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