Omid Mazdiyasni
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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
4152014
Substantial increase in concurrent droughts and heatwaves in the United States
O Mazdiyasni, A AghaKouchak
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (37), 11484-11489, 2015
2672015
Trends in meteorological and agricultural droughts in Iran
S Golian, O Mazdiyasni, A AghaKouchak
Theoretical and applied climatology 119 (3), 679-688, 2015
1472015
Increasing probability of mortality during Indian heat waves
O Mazdiyasni, A AghaKouchak, SJ Davis, S Madadgar, A Mehran, ...
Science advances 3 (6), e1700066, 2017
1352017
How do natural hazards cascade to cause disasters?
A AghaKouchak, LS Huning, F Chiang, M Sadegh, F Vahedifard, ...
Nature 561 (7724), 458-460, 2018
912018
A hybrid framework for assessing socioeconomic drought: Linking climate variability, local resilience, and demand
A Mehran, O Mazdiyasni, A AghaKouchak
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 120 (15), 7520-7533, 2015
882015
Multihazard scenarios for analysis of compound extreme events
M Sadegh, H Moftakhari, HV Gupta, E Ragno, O Mazdiyasni, B Sanders, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (11), 5470-5480, 2018
672018
Compounding effects of human activities and climatic changes on surface water availability in Iran
S Ashraf, A AghaKouchak, A Nazemi, A Mirchi, M Sadegh, HR Moftakhari, ...
Climatic change 152 (3), 379-391, 2019
48*2019
Climate-informed environmental inflows to revive a drying lake facing meteorological and anthropogenic droughts
A Alborzi, A Mirchi, H Moftakhari, I Mallakpour, S Alian, A Nazemi, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (8), 084010, 2018
422018
Climate extremes and compound hazards in a warming world
A AghaKouchak, F Chiang, LS Huning, CA Love, I Mallakpour, ...
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 48, 519-548, 2020
372020
Amplified warming of droughts in southern United States in observations and model simulations
F Chiang, O Mazdiyasni, A AghaKouchak
Science advances 4 (8), eaat2380, 2018
272018
GHWR, a multi-method global heatwave and warm-spell record and toolbox
E Raei, MR Nikoo, A AghaKouchak, O Mazdiyasni, M Sadegh
Scientific data 5 (1), 1-15, 2018
202018
Heat wave intensity duration frequency curve: A multivariate approach for hazard and attribution analysis
O Mazdiyasni, M Sadegh, F Chiang, A AghaKouchak
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-8, 2019
112019
Data and analysis toolbox for modeling the nexus of food, energy, and water
M Sadegh, A AghaKouchak, I Mallakpour, LS Huning, O Mazdiyasni, ...
Sustainable Cities and Society 61, 102281, 2020
52020
Translating uncertain sea level projections into infrastructure impacts using a Bayesian framework
H Moftakhari, A AghaKouchak, BF Sanders, RA Matthew, O Mazdiyasni
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (23), 11,914-11,921, 2017
52017
A new hybrid drought-monitoring framework based on nonparametric standardized indicators
HR Safavi, V Raghibi, O Mazdiyasni, M Mortazavi-Naeini
Hydrology Research 49 (1), 222-236, 2018
42018
Anthropogenic Drought: Definition, Challenges, and Opportunities
A AghaKouchak, A Mirchi, K Madani, G Di Baldassarre, A Nazemi, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 59 (2), e2019RG000683, 2021
32021
Analyzing high‐frequency soil respiration using a probabilistic model in a semiarid, Mediterranean climate
H Anjileli, HR Moftakhari, O Mazdiyasni, H Norouzi, S Ashraf, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 124 (3), 509-520, 2019
22019
Evidence of anthropogenic impacts on global drought frequency, duration, and intensity
F Chiang, O Mazdiyasni, A AghaKouchak
Nature communications 12 (1), 1-10, 2021
12021
Natural disasters are prejudiced against disadvantaged and vulnerable populations: The lack of publicly available health‐related data hinders research at the cusp of the global …
O Mazdiyasni, A AghaKouchak
GeoHealth 4 (1), 2020
12020
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