Multidecadal Regime Shifts in U . S . Streamflow , Precipitation , and Temperature at the End of the Twentieth Century

@inproceedings{MaugetMultidecadalRS,
  title={Multidecadal Regime Shifts in U . S . Streamflow , Precipitation , and Temperature at the End of the Twentieth Century},
  author={S. A. Mauget}
}
Intrato multidecadal variation in annual streamflow, precipitation, and temperature over the continental United States are evaluated here through the calculation of Mann–Whitney U statistics over running-time windows of 6–30-yr duration. When this method is demonstrated on time series of nationally averaged annual precipitation and mean temperature during 1896–2001, it reveals that 8 of the 10 wettest years occurred during the last 29 yr of that 106-yr period, and 6 of the 10 warmest years… CONTINUE READING

Citations

Publications citing this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 23 extracted citations

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
Showing 1-10 of 42 references

Intra- to multidecadal climate variability over the continental United States: 1932–99

  • S. Mauget
  • J. Climate,
  • 2003
Highly Influential
5 Excerpts

Hemispheric and large - scale surface air temperature variations : An extensive revision and an update to 2001

  • T. R. Karl, R. W. Knight
  • J . Climate
  • 2003

Hemispheric and large-scale surface air temperature variations: An extensive revision and an update

  • P. D. Jones, A. Moberg
  • J. Climate
  • 2003
1 Excerpt

Heavy precipitation and high streamflow in the contiguous United States: Trends in the twentieth century

  • R. W. Knight, T. R. Karl
  • Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc.,
  • 2001

Impact of initial soil wetness on seasonal atmospheric prediction

  • M. J. Fennessy, J. Shukla
  • J. Climate,
  • 1999

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…