Ensemble learning models for estimating past changes of terrestrial water storage from climate are presented and tested in the Pearl River basin, China.
A new research effort has mapped 35 years of naturalized streamflow for 2.94 million river reaches worldwide: an invaluable dataset for hydrology, biogeochemistry, ecology, and remote sensing.
Advances in dynamical modeling and the use of hybrid methods have improved drought prediction, but challenges still remain to improve the accuracy of drought forecasting.
A new investigation into the sensitivity of extreme precipitation in a changing climate indicates that more winter rainfall and protracted snowmelt may require local adaptations to winter flooding impacts.
A weak La Niña is expected to further dry out southwestern and Gulf Coast states.
Workshop on Modeling and Managing Flood Risk in Mountainous Areas; Folsom, California, 17–19 February 2015
Researchers investigate the strength of Oregon’s coastal hillsides in the face of an earthquake.