Melissa L. Wrzesien
Melissa L. Wrzesien
Associate Scientist, NASA GSFC
Verified email at nasa.gov
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How much runoff originates as snow in the western United States, and how will that change in the future?
D Li, ML Wrzesien, M Durand, J Adam, DP Lettenmaier
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (12), 6163-6172, 2017
1412017
Comparison of methods to estimate snow water equivalent at the mountain range scale: A case study of the California Sierra Nevada
ML Wrzesien, MT Durand, TM Pavelsky, IM Howat, SA Margulis, ...
Journal of Hydrometeorology 18 (4), 1101-1119, 2017
452017
A new estimate of North American mountain snow accumulation from regional climate model simulations
ML Wrzesien, MT Durand, TM Pavelsky, SB Kapnick, Y Zhang, J Guo, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 45 (3), 1423-1432, 2018
382018
Cool-season precipitation patterns associated with teleconnection interactions in the United States
EK Wise, ML Wrzesien, MP Dannenberg, DL McGinnis
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 54 (2), 494-505, 2015
312015
Evaluation of snow cover fraction for regional climate simulations in the S ierra N evada
ML Wrzesien, TM Pavelsky, SB Kapnick, MT Durand, TH Painter
International Journal of Climatology 35 (9), 2472-2484, 2015
272015
Characterizing biases in mountain snow accumulation from global data sets
ML Wrzesien, TM Pavelsky, MT Durand, J Dozier, JD Lundquist
Water Resources Research 55 (11), 9873-9891, 2019
62019
A reassessment of North American river basin cool‐season precipitation: Developments from a new mountain climatology data set
ML Wrzesien, MT Durand, TM Pavelsky
Water Resources Research 55 (4), 3502-3519, 2019
62019
Projected changes to extreme runoff and precipitation events from a downscaled simulation over the western United States
ML Wrzesien, TM Pavelsky
Frontiers in Earth Science 7, 355, 2020
42020
How much snow falls in the world's mountains? A first look at mountain snowfall estimates in A-train observations and reanalyses
AS Daloz, M Mateling, T L'Ecuyer, M Kulie, NB Wood, M Durand, ...
The Cryosphere 14 (9), 3195-3207, 2020
22020
Snow Ensemble Uncertainty Project (SEUP): Quantification of snow water equivalent uncertainty across North America via ensemble land surface modeling
RS Kim, S Kumar, C Vuyovich, P Houser, J Lundquist, L Mudryk, ...
The Cryosphere 15 (2), 771-791, 2021
12021
Tailoring WRF and Noah‐MP to improve process representation of Sierra Nevada runoff: Diagnostic evaluation and applications
NM Holtzman, TM Pavelsky, JS Cohen, ML Wrzesien, JD Herman
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 12 (3), e2019MS001832, 2020
12020
A NEW ESTIMATE OF NORTH AMERICAN MOUNTAIN SNOW ACCUMULATION
ML Wrzesien, MT Durand, TM Pavelsky, S Kapnick
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 99 (9), 1745-1746, 2018
2018
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