Mohammad Reza Najafi
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Assessing the uncertainties of hydrologic model selection in climate change impact studies
MR Najafi, H Moradkhani, IW Jung
Hydrological processes 25 (18), 2814-2826, 2011
2412011
Attribution of Arctic temperature change to greenhouse-gas and aerosol influences
MR Najafi, FW Zwiers, NP Gillett
Nature Climate Change 5 (3), 246-249, 2015
1382015
Statistical downscaling of precipitation using machine learning with optimal predictor selection
MR Najafi, H Moradkhani, SA Wherry
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 16 (8), 650-664, 2011
1012011
Ensemble streamflow prediction: climate signal weighting methods vs. climate forecast system reanalysis
MR Najafi, H Moradkhani, TC Piechota
Journal of Hydrology 442, 105-116, 2012
892012
Multi-model ensemble analysis of runoff extremes for climate change impact assessments
MR Najafi, H Moradkhani
Journal of Hydrology 525, 352-361, 2015
802015
Analysis of precipitation extremes with the assessment of regional climate models over the Willamette River Basin, USA
A Halmstad, MR Najafi, H Moradkhani
Hydrological Processes 27 (18), 2579-2590, 2013
612013
Ensemble combination of seasonal streamflow forecasts
MR Najafi, H Moradkhani
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 21 (1), 04015043, 2016
532016
A hierarchical Bayesian approach for the analysis of climate change impact on runoff extremes
MR Najafi, H Moradkhani
Hydrological Processes 28 (26), 6292-6308, 2014
492014
Analysis of runoff extremes using spatial hierarchical Bayesian modeling
M Reza Najafi, H Moradkhani
Water Resources Research 49 (10), 6656-6670, 2013
422013
Trends in total precipitation and magnitude–frequency of extreme precipitation in Iran, 1969–2009
MR Najafi, S Moazami
International Journal of Climatology 36 (4), 1863-1872, 2016
412016
Attribution of the spring snow cover extent decline in the Northern Hemisphere, Eurasia and North America to anthropogenic influence
MR Najafi, FW Zwiers, NP Gillett
Climatic Change 136 (3-4), 571-586, 2016
352016
Attribution of the observed spring snowpack decline in British Columbia to anthropogenic climate change
MR Najafi, F Zwiers, N Gillett
Journal of Climate 30 (11), 4113-4130, 2017
342017
Testing the skill of numerical hydraulic modeling to simulate spatiotemporal flooding patterns in the Logone floodplain, Cameroon
A Fernández, MR Najafi, M Durand, BG Mark, M Moritz, HC Jung, J Neal, ...
Journal of Hydrology 539, 265-280, 2016
282016
Evaluation of gridded climate datasets over Canada using univariate and bivariate approaches: Implications for hydrological modelling
H Singh, MR Najafi
Journal of Hydrology 584, 124673, 2020
182020
Attribution of observed streamflow changes in key British Columbia drainage basins
MR Najafi, FW Zwiers, NP Gillett
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (21), 11,012-11,020, 2017
182017
Characterizing the temperature and precipitation covariability over Canada
H Singh, FJ Pirani, MR Najafi
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 139 (3), 1543-1558, 2020
142020
Air demand in gated tunnels–a Bayesian approach to merge various predictions
MR Najafi, Z Kavianpour, B Najafi, MR Kavianpour, H Moradkhani
Journal of Hydroinformatics 14 (1), 152-166, 2012
142012
Increasing risk of meteorological drought in the Lake Urmia basin under climate change: introducing the precipitation–temperature deciles index
MS Abbasian, MR Najafi, A Abrishamchi
Journal of Hydrology 592, 125586, 2021
102021
Numerical simulation of air–water flow in gated tunnels
MR Najafi, AR Zarrati
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Water Management 163 (6 …, 2010
102010
A flood risk assessment framework for interdependent infrastructure systems in coastal environments
MR Najafi, Y Zhang, N Martyn
Sustainable Cities and Society 64, 102516, 2021
92021
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