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
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
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
Multi-model ensemble analysis of runoff extremes for climate change impact assessments
MR Najafi, H Moradkhani
Journal of Hydrology 525, 352-361, 2015
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
A comprehensive evaluation of GPM-IMERG V06 and MRMS with hourly ground-based precipitation observations across Canada
S Moazami, MR Najafi
Journal of Hydrology 594, 125929, 2021
Ensemble combination of seasonal streamflow forecasts
MR Najafi, H Moradkhani
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 21 (1), 04015043, 2016
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
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
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
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
Analysis of runoff extremes using spatial hierarchical Bayesian modeling
M Reza Najafi, H Moradkhani
Water Resources Research 49 (10), 6656-6670, 2013
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
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
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, 571-586, 2016
Recent trends in individual and multivariate compound flood drivers in Canada's coasts
F Jalili Pirani, MR Najafi
Water Resources Research 56 (8), e2020WR027785, 2020
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
Characterizing non-stationary compound extreme events in a changing climate based on large-ensemble climate simulations
H Singh, MR Najafi, AJ Cannon
Climate Dynamics 56 (5), 1389-1405, 2021
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
Characterizing the temperature and precipitation covariability over Canada
H Singh, FJ Pirani, MR Najafi
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 139 (3), 1543-1558, 2020
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