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While atmospheric rivers are a frequently studied phenomonen along the U.S. West Coast, these features in the northeastern United States have received much less attention. A recent study in JAMC uses a unique visual inspection methodology to create a 30-yr climatology of atmospheric rivers in the northeastern United States to quantify their different characteristics, such as spatial distribution, intensity, duration, and orientation.
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A new JHM study uses observations and reanalysis products to examine the hydroclimatology, hydrometeorology, and hydrology of flash flooding in the Las Vegas Wash watershed.
A new article in AIES describes a novel visualization method for weather forecasts that synthesizes future images of an outdoor web camera using conditional generative adversarial networks.
A recent study in WCAS seeks to understand the functioning, management, and regulation of onsite wastewater treatment systems in the current climate, the challenges to these systems caused by rising sea levels and increases in extreme weather events, and the adaptation strategies that can be implemented to mitigate negative climate impacts.