Daniel L. Swain
Daniel L. Swain
Climate Scientist, UCLA; NCAR; The Nature Conservancy
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Anthropogenic warming has increased drought risk in California
NS Diffenbaugh, DL Swain, D Touma
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (13), 3931-3936, 2015
Increasing precipitation volatility in twenty-first-century California
DL Swain, B Langenbrunner, JD Neelin, A Hall
Nature Climate Change 8 (5), 427-433, 2018
Contribution of changes in atmospheric circulation patterns to extreme temperature trends
DE Horton, NC Johnson, D Singh, DL Swain, B Rajaratnam, ...
Nature 522 (7557), 465-469, 2015
Quantifying the influence of global warming on unprecedented extreme climate events
NS Diffenbaugh, D Singh, JS Mankin, DE Horton, DL Swain, D Touma, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (19), 4881-4886, 2017
Climate change is increasing the likelihood of extreme autumn wildfire conditions across California
M Goss, DL Swain, JT Abatzoglou, A Sarhadi, CA Kolden, AP Williams, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (9), 094016, 2020
The extraordinary California drought of 2013-2014: character, context, and the role of climate change
DL Swain, M Tsiang, M Haugen, D Singh, A Charland, B Rajaratnam, ...
Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 95 (9), S3-S7, 2014
Trends in atmospheric patterns conducive to seasonal precipitation and temperature extremes in California
DL Swain, DE Horton, D Singh, NS Diffenbaugh
Science Advances 2 (4), e1501344, 2016
A tale of two California droughts: Lessons amidst record warmth and dryness in a region of complex physical and human geography
DL Swain
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (22), 9999-10,003, 2015
Attributing extreme events to climate change: a new frontier in a warming world
DL Swain, D Singh, D Touma, NS Diffenbaugh
One Earth 2 (6), 522-527, 2020
Increased flood exposure due to climate change and population growth in the United States
DL Swain, OEJ Wing, PD Bates, JM Done, KA Johnson, DR Cameron
Earth's Future 8 (11), e2020EF001778, 2020
Recent amplification of the North American winter temperature dipole
D Singh, DL Swain, JS Mankin, DE Horton, LN Thomas, B Rajaratnam, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 121 (17), 9911-9928, 2016
Future precipitation increase from very high resolution ensemble downscaling of extreme atmospheric river storms in California
X Huang, DL Swain, AD Hall
Science advances 6 (29), eaba1323, 2020
On the connection between global hydrologic sensitivity and regional wet extremes
CW Thackeray, AM DeAngelis, A Hall, DL Swain, X Qu
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (20), 11,343-11,351, 2018
A shorter, sharper rainy season amplifies California wildfire risk
DL Swain
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (5), e2021GL092843, 2021
Characterizing the spatial scales of extreme daily precipitation in the United States
D Touma, AM Michalak, DL Swain, NS Diffenbaugh
Journal of Climate 31 (19), 8023-8037, 2018
An extremeness threshold determines the regional response of floods to changes in rainfall extremes
MI Brunner, DL Swain, RR Wood, F Willkofer, JM Done, E Gilleland, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 2 (1), 173, 2021
Remote linkages to anomalous winter atmospheric ridging over the northeastern Pacific
DL Swain, D Singh, DE Horton, JS Mankin, TC Ballard, NS Diffenbaugh
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 2017
Spatial dependence of floods shaped by spatiotemporal variations in meteorological and land‐surface processes
MI Brunner, E Gilleland, A Wood, DL Swain, M Clark
Geophysical Research Letters, e2020GL088000, 2020
Ridging associated with drought across the western and southwestern United States: Characteristics, trends, and predictability sources
PB Gibson, DE Waliser, B Guan, MJ DeFlorio, FM Ralph, DL Swain
Journal of Climate 33 (7), 2485-2508, 2020
Recent warming of landfalling atmospheric rivers along the west coast of the United States
KR Gonzales, DL Swain, KM Nardi, EA Barnes, NS Diffenbaugh
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 124 (13), 6810-6826, 2019
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