His primary scientific interests are in Climatology, Precipitation, Climate change, Storm and Statistics. His study on Diurnal cycle is often connected to Period as part of broader study in Climatology. In the subject of general Precipitation, his work in Climate Forecast System is often linked to Data series, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Range, Weed and Urbanization. His Storm research includes themes of Westerlies, Submarine pipeline and Shore. In general Statistics, his work in Hierarchical clustering and Principal component analysis is often linked to Cluster and A priori and a posteriori linking many areas of study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Climatology, Precipitation, Meteorology, Climate change and Snow. His Climatology research integrates issues from Storm, Percentile, Climate model, Downscaling and Historical climatology. His Precipitation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Extreme value theory and Return period.
His Meteorology research focuses on Generalized extreme value distribution and how it relates to Snow drift. Arthur T. DeGaetano interconnects Agriculture and Weed in the investigation of issues within Climate change. His Snow research incorporates themes from Hydrology and Watershed.
Arthur T. DeGaetano focuses on Climatology, Precipitation, Climate change, Environmental resource management and Chesapeake bay. His studies deal with areas such as Percentile and Downscaling as well as Climatology. His Precipitation study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Extreme value theory.
His research in the fields of Climate model overlaps with other disciplines such as Productivity. His Climate model research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dairy cattle, Livestock, Northern Hemisphere and Effects of global warming. His Environmental resource management study incorporates themes from Climate resilience, Spring, Future climate and Temporal scales.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climate change, Agriculture, Climate model, Natural resource economics and Downscaling. The Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Forage and Irrigation scheduling. His Forage research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Dairy cattle, Livestock and Effects of global warming.
His research in Irrigation scheduling intersects with topics in Weed and Drainage. His Drainage study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Agroforestry and Growing season. His Downscaling research includes elements of Climatology and Northern Hemisphere.
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Using the Climate Forecast System Reanalysis as weather input data for watershed models
Daniel R. Fuka;M. Todd Walter;Charlotte MacAlister;Arthur T. Degaetano.
Hydrological Processes (2014)
Trends in Twentieth-Century Temperature Extremes across the United States
Arthur T. DeGaetano;Robert J. Allen.
Journal of Climate (2002)
Temporal, spatial and meteorological variations in hourly PM2.5 concentration extremes in New York City
Arthur T. DeGaetano;Owen M. Doherty.
Atmospheric Environment (2004)
An East Coast Winter Storm Climatology
Matthew E. Hirsch;Arthur T. DeGaetano;Stephen J. Colucci.
Journal of Climate (2001)
Time-Dependent Changes in Extreme-Precipitation Return-Period Amounts in the Continental United States
Arthur T. DeGaetano.
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology (2009)
A regional high-frequency reconstruction of May–June precipitation in the north Aegean from oak tree rings, A.D. 1089–1989
Carol Griggs;Arthur DeGaetano;Peter Kuniholm;Maryanne Newton.
International Journal of Climatology (2007)
A paradox of cooling winter soil surface temperatures in a warming northeastern United States
Paula J. Brown;Arthur T. DeGaetano.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (2011)
Climate change and the geography of weed damage: Analysis of U.S. maize systems suggests the potential for significant range transformations
Andrew McDonald;Susan Riha;Antonio DiTommaso;Arthur DeGaetano.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2009)
Climatic constraints on wintering bird distributions are modified by urbanization and weather.
Journal of Animal Ecology (2011)
Definition of Climate Regions in the Northern Plains Using an Objective Cluster Modification Technique
Matthew J. Bunkers;James R. Miller;Arthur T. DeGaetano.
Journal of Climate (1996)
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