Nathaniel Chaney
Nathaniel Chaney
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A Drought Monitoring and Forecasting System for Sub-Sahara African Water Resources and Food Security.
J Sheffield, EF Wood, N Chaney, K Guan, S Sadri, X Yuan, LO Olang, ...
American Meteorological Society, 2013
Hyper‐resolution global hydrological modelling: what is next?
MFP Bierkens, VA Bell, P Burek, N Chaney, LE Condon, CH David, A Roo, ...
Hydrological Processes 29 (2), 310-320, 2015
Hillslope hydrology in global change research and earth system modeling
Y Fan, M Clark, DM Lawrence, S Swenson, LE Band, SL Brantley, ...
Water Resources Research 55 (2), 1737-1772, 2019
Multi-site evaluation of terrestrial evaporation models using FLUXNET data
A Ershadi, MF McCabe, JP Evans, NW Chaney, EF Wood
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 187, 46-61, 2014
POLARIS: A 30-meter probabilistic soil series map of the contiguous United States
NW Chaney, EF Wood, AB McBratney, JW Hempel, TW Nauman, ...
Geoderma 274, 54-67, 2016
Evaluation of multi-model simulated soil moisture in NLDAS-2
Y Xia, J Sheffield, MB Ek, J Dong, N Chaney, H Wei, J Meng, EF Wood
Journal of Hydrology 512, 107-125, 2014
Spatial downscaling of precipitation using adaptable random forests
X He, NW Chaney, M Schleiss, J Sheffield
Water resources research 52 (10), 8217-8237, 2016
An initial assessment of SMAP soil moisture retrievals using high‐resolution model simulations and in situ observations
M Pan, X Cai, NW Chaney, D Entekhabi, EF Wood
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (18), 9662-9668, 2016
POLARIS soil properties: 30‐m probabilistic maps of soil properties over the contiguous United States
NW Chaney, B Minasny, JD Herman, TW Nauman, CW Brungard, ...
Water Resources Research 55 (4), 2916-2938, 2019
Development of a high-resolution gridded daily meteorological dataset over sub-Saharan Africa: Spatial analysis of trends in climate extremes
NW Chaney, J Sheffield, G Villarini, EF Wood
Journal of Climate 27 (15), 5815-5835, 2014
HydroBlocks: A field‐scale resolving land surface model for application over continental extents
NW Chaney, P Metcalfe, EF Wood
Hydrological Processes 30 (20), 3543-3559, 2016
High‐resolution modeling of the spatial heterogeneity of soil moisture: Applications in network design
NW Chaney, JK Roundy, JE Herrera‐Estrada, EF Wood
Water resources research 51 (1), 619-638, 2015
Probabilistic seasonal forecasting of African drought by dynamical models
X Yuan, EF Wood, NW Chaney, J Sheffield, J Kam, M Liang, K Guan
Journal of Hydrometeorology 14 (6), 1706-1720, 2013
Drought and food security–Improving decision-support via new technologies and innovative collaboration
M Enenkel, L See, R Bonifacio, V Boken, N Chaney, P Vinck, L You, ...
Global Food Security 4, 51-55, 2015
Combining hyper-resolution land surface modeling with SMAP brightness temperatures to obtain 30-m soil moisture estimates
N Vergopolan, NW Chaney, HE Beck, M Pan, J Sheffield, S Chan, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 242, 111740, 2020
Flood and drought hydrologic monitoring: the role of model parameter uncertainty
NW Chaney, JD Herman, PM Reed, EF Wood
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 19 (7), 3239-3251, 2015
Harnessing big data to rethink land heterogeneity in Earth system models
NW Chaney, MHJ Van Huijgevoort, E Shevliakova, S Malyshev, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 22 (6), 3311-3330, 2018
Deriving global parameter estimates for the Noah land surface model using FLUXNET and machine learning
NW Chaney, JD Herman, MB Ek, EF Wood
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 121 (22), 13,218-13,235, 2016
Validation of SMAP soil moisture for the SMAPVEX15 field campaign using a hyper‐resolution model
X Cai, M Pan, NW Chaney, A Colliander, S Misra, MH Cosh, WT Crow, ...
Water Resources Research 53 (4), 3013-3028, 2017
Reconciling agriculture, carbon and biodiversity in a savannah transformation frontier
LD Estes, T Searchinger, M Spiegel, D Tian, S Sichinga, M Mwale, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
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