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Norman L. Miller's Publications

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2011

  • Pierce, D.W., T. Das, D.R. Cayan, E.P. Mauer, N.L. Miller, Y. Bao, M. Kanamitsu, K. Yoshimura, M.A. Synder, L.C. Sloan, G. Franco, M. Tyree, 2011 Probabilistic estimates of California climate change by the 2060s using statistical and dynamical downscaling. California Energy Commission Report, 67pp.
  • Jin, J. and N.L. Miller, 2011: Improvement of snowpack simulations in a regional climate model. Hydrological Processes, DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7975.
  • Pla H-P and N.L. Miller, 2011: Third Annual UNESCO IGCP 565 Workshop on Developing the Global Geodetic Observing System into a   Monitoring System for the Global Water Cycle; Reno, Nevada, Eos,  92,16,19.
  • Wehner, M.F., L. Oliker, J. Shalf, D. Donofrio, L.A. Drummond, R. Heikes, S. Kamil, C. Konor, N.L. Miller, H. Miura, M. Mohiyuddin, D.A. Randall, W-S Yang, 2011: Hardware/software co-design of global cloud system resolving models. J. Adv. Earth Syst., Vol.3, Art. M10003, 22pp. DOI:10.1029/2011MS000073.

2010

  • Jin, J., S. Lu, S. Li, and N.L. Miller, 2010: Impact of land use change on the local climate over the Tibetan Plateau. Advances in Meteorology, doi:10.1155/2010/ 837480.
  • Di Vittorio, A.V, R.S. Anderson, J.D. White, N.L. Miller, S.W. Running, 2010: Development and optimization of an Agro-BGC ecosystem model for C4 perennial grasses, Ecological Modelling, 221, 2038-2053.
  • Jin, J., N.L. Miller, and N.J. Schlegel, 2010: Sensitivity study of four land-surface schemes in the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model. Advances in Meteorology, V2010, doi:10.1155/2010/167436. 11pp.
  • Plag, H.-P., Miller, N.L., 2010. Third Annual IGCP 565 Workshop: Separating hydrological and tectonic signals in geodetic observations, Episodes, 33(4), 273-277.
  • Hayhoe, K., M. Robson, J. Rogula, M. Auffhammer, N.L. Miller, J.VanDorn, D. Wuebbles. 2010. An integrated framework for quantifying and valuing climate change impacts on urban energy and infrastructure: A Chicago case study. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 36): 94-105.
  • Miller, N.L. and N.J. Schlegel, Analysis of Climate Change in the Lake Victoria Region, Climate Change Vulnerability and Infrastructure Investment Assessment and Analysis for Small Scale Water Utilities in the Lake Victoria Basin. A Report to the UN Habitat, 33pp. May 2010.
  • Aslam, O., L.L. Dale, V. Mehta, and N.L. Miller, 2010: Climate Change Vulnerability and Infrastructure Assessment and Analysis for Small Scale Water Utilities in the Lake Victoria Basin, Report to the UN Habitat, 81pp.
  • Plag, H-P, N.L. Miller, R.S. Gross, S. Rizos, M. Rothacher, S. Zerbini, 2010: The UNESCO IGCP 565 Project, Developing the Global Geodetic Observing System into a Monitoring System for the Global Water Cycle.  [see http:www.igcp565.org
  • Aslam, O., L.L. Dale, V. Mehta, N.L. Miller, 2010: Assessing Climate Vulnerabilities and Infrastructure of Three Small Scale Water Utilities in the Lake Victoria Basin, Report to the U.N. Habitat. 79pp.

2009

  • Xu, P., Y Huang, N.L. Miller, and N.J. Schlegel, Effects of global climate changes on building energy consumption and its implications on building energy codes and policy in California. CEC Report CEC-500-2009-006, September 2009.

  • Miller, N.L., 2009: Climate change in California. Chapter 2. Climate change and future climate scenarios relevant to Los Angeles’ Eastern Sierra Watershed. 154pp.

  • Miller, N.L., 2009: Chapter 3. Twentieth Century Climate Variability in the Western US and California, In Climate Change and Future Climate Scenarios Relevant to Los Angeles’  Eastern Sierra Watershed, R.N Bales, M. Costa-Cabral, L. Chen, E.P. Maurer, N. L. Miller,  W.B. Mills, S.B. Roy, April 2009. 154pp.

  • Miller, N.L., Y. Bao, and N.J. Schlegel, 2009: Chapter 4. Dynamic Downscaling. In Climate Change and Future Climate Scenarios Relevant to Los Angeles’ Eastern Sierra Watershed, R.N Bales, M. Costa-Cabral, L. Chen, E.P. Maurer, N. L. Miller, W.B. Mills, S.B. Roy, April 2009. 154pp.

  • Miller, N.L. 2009: Hydrological Consequences of Global Warming. McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology 2009. ISBN 978-007-160562-5, 166-170.
  • Miller, N.L., L.L. Dale, C.F. Brush, S.D. Vicuna, T.N. Kadir, E,C. Dogrul, and F.I. Chung, 2009: Drought resilience of the California Central Valley surface-groundwater-conveyance system. J. Amer. Water Res. Assoc., 45, 857-866.
  • Gu, Chuahui, F. Maggi, W.J. Riley, G.M. Hornberger, T. Xu, C.M. Oldenburg, N. Spycher, N.L. Miller, R.T. Venterea, C. Steefel, 2009: Aqueous and gaseous nitrogen losses by fertilizer application, Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosicence. doi:10.1029/2008JG000788. LBNL-1689E
  • Harmsen, E.W., N.L. Miller, N.J. Schlegel, and J.E. Gonzalez, 2009: Seasonal climate change impacts on evaporatranspiration, precipitation deficit, and crop yield in Puerto Rico. Agr. Water Managem,ent, 96, 1085-1095.
  • Lebassi, B., J. Gonzalez, D. Frabis, E. Mauer, N.L. Miller, C. Milesa, P. Switzer, and R. Bornstein, 2009: Observed 1970-2005 cooling of summer daytime temperatures in coastal California. J. Climate, 22, 3558-3577.
  • Xu, P., Y. Huang, N.L. Miller, and N.J. Schlegel, 2009: Effects of global climate change on building energy consumption and its implications on building energy codes and policy in California. Report to the California Energy Commission, CEC-500-2009-006,  118pp.

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2008

    •  Miller, N.L., K. Hayhoe, J. Jin, and M. Auffhammer, 2008: Climate Change, extreme heat, and electricity demand. J. Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 47, 6, 1834-1844.
    •  Pan, L., J. Jin, N.L. Miller, Y-S Wu, and G.S. Bodvarsson: Modeling hydraulic responses to meteorologic forcing: From canopy to aquifer. LBNL-61018, Vadose Zone Journal, 7, 325-331.
    • Maggi, F., C. Gu, W. J. Riley, G. M. Hornberger, R. T. Venterea, T. Xu, N. Spycher, C. Steefel, N.L. Miller, and C. M Oldenburg, 2008: A mechanistic treatment of the dominant soil nitrogen cycling processes: Model development, testing, and application, J. Geophys. Res., 113, G02016, doi:10.1029/2007JG000578
    •  Kueppers, L.M., M.A. Synder, L.C. Sloan, D. Cayan, J. Jin, H. Kanamaru, M. Kanamitsu,: N.L. Miller, M. Tyree, H. Du, and B. Weare, 2008: Regional climate effects of irrigation and urbanization in the western United States: A model intercomparison. Global and Planetary Change 60: 250–264.
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    2007

    • Sharif, H.O., W.T. Crow, N.L. Miller, and E.F. Wood, 2007: Mult-decadal high-resolution hydrologic modeling of the Arkansas/Red River Basin. J, Hydrometeorology, 8, (5) , 1111-1127.
    • Bereket, L., J.E. Gonzalez, S. Zarantonello, N.L. Miller, and R. Bornstein, Detection of urban heat islands in California. Atmos. Envirn. (In Review).
    • Jin, J. and N.L. Miller: 2007: An analysis of the impact of snow on daily weather variability in mountainous regions using MM5.  J. Hydrometeorology. 245-258,doi: 10.1175/JHM565.1.

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    2006

    • Jin, J., N.L. Miller, S. Sorooshian, and X. Gao, 2006: Relationship between atmospheric circulation and snowpack in the western United States. Hydrological Processes, 20, Doi: 10.1002/hyp.6126.
    •  Miller, N.L. and N.J. Schlegel, 2006: Climate change projected fire weather sensitivity: California Santa Ana wind occurrence. Geophys. Res. Letters, 33, L15711, doi:101029/2006GL25808.
    • Macharavaram, M.V., D.O. Whittemore, M.E. Conrad, N.L. Miller, 2006: Precipitation induced streamflow: An event based chemical and isotopic study of a small stream in the great Plains region of the USA. Journal of Hydrology, 330, 470-480.
    • Anderson, M.,N.L. Miller, B. Heiland, J. King, B. Lek, S. Nemeth, T. Pranger, M. Roos, Climate change impacts on flood management, Chapter 6, Progress on incorporating climate change into management of California's water resources. California Department of Water Resources Progress Report. 2006.
    • Hidalgo H.G., L.D. Brekke, N.L. Miller, N.W.T. Quinn, J. Keyantash and J.A.Dracup. 2006. Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change on the Water Allocation, Water Quality and Salmon Production in the San Joaquin River Basin. In Climate Change and Variability:  Consequences and Responses, Editors: Matthias Ruth, Kieran Donaghy, and Paul Kirshen. 30 – 58, Elgar Pub.
    • Dreshsler, D.M., N. Motallebi, M. Kleeman, D. Cayan, K. Hayhoe, L.S. Kalkstein, N.L. Miller, S. Sheridan, and J. Jin, 2006: Public health-related impacts of climate change in California. 2006 California Climate Assessment Report, CEC-500-2005-197-SF, 149pp.
    • Hame, T., O. Aulamo, J. Gallego, M. Halikainen, P. Kauppi, P. Lahtinen, N.L. Miller, J. Pullianen, H. Saari, T. Sephton, and C. Warren, 2006: Kioto+ mission: Global and accurate monitoring of forest, land cover and carbon. VTT Technical Report, ISBN 951-38, Julkaisua Pub., 45pp.

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    1999

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    1998

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    1997

    • Duan, J. and N.L. Miller, 1997: A generalized power function for the subsurface transmissivity profile in TOPMODEL. Water Res Researc.  33, 11, 2559-2562.
    • Miller, N. L. 1997: An Automated Land Analysis System (ALAS) for applications at a range of spatial scales: Watershed to global. Next Generation Environmental Models and Computational Methods, Chapter 19. Ed. G. Delic and M. Wheeler. Soc. Indus. App. Math.
    • Miller, N.L. and J. Kim, J. Duan, 1997: The UC-LLNL Regional Climate System Model: Southwestern United States and Eastern Asia studies. WMO/CAS/JSC World Climate Res Prog,. 25, WMO/TD-No. 792.
    • Miller, N.L. and J, Kim 1997: The Regional Climate System Model. Mission Earth: Modeling and Simulation for a Sustainable Global System, Ed. M.G. Clymer and C. Mechoso, Soc. Comp. Sim. Inter. 55-60.

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