His primary scientific interests are in Water resources, Climatology, SNOTEL, Global warming and Surface runoff. David Yates interconnects Water quality, Environmental protection, Environmental resource management and Water supply in the investigation of issues within Water resources. The Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Precipitation and Water cycle.
His work in Precipitation addresses issues such as Snowpack, which are connected to fields such as Weather Research and Forecasting Model and Atmospheric sciences. His SNOTEL study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Climate model and Climate sensitivity. His Surface runoff study incorporates themes from Drainage basin and Water balance.
His primary areas of investigation include Water resources, Hydrology, WEAP, Water resource management and Meteorology. His Water resources research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Water use, Environmental resource management, Global warming, Water quality and Water supply. His work in the fields of Hydrology, such as Surface runoff and Hydrology, intersects with other areas such as Arid and Current.
His Surface runoff research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Drainage basin, Climatology and Precipitation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Irrigation management, Irrigation and Environmental protection in addition to Water resource management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Flash flood and Hydrological modelling.
His primary areas of study are Weather Research and Forecasting Model, Hydrology, Climatology, Water model and Hydrology. His study with Weather Research and Forecasting Model involves better knowledge in Meteorology. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Hydrology, Drainage basin and Water resources is strongly linked to Water resource management.
His Water resources study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Water use. His Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Convection, Future climate, Precipitation, Streamflow and Water cycle. His studies deal with areas such as SNOTEL, Snowpack, Climate model and Atmospheric sciences as well as Precipitation.
His primary scientific interests are in Weather Research and Forecasting Model, Water cycle, Stakeholder, Process and Decision support system. The subject of his Weather Research and Forecasting Model research is within the realm of Meteorology. David Yates has included themes like Climatology and Downscaling, Precipitation in his Water cycle study.
His Climatology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Hydrology. His Downscaling research integrates issues from SNOTEL, Snowpack, Climate model and Atmospheric sciences. His work deals with themes such as Hydrology, Surface runoff and Streamflow, which intersect with Precipitation.
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WEAP21 - A Demand-, Priority-, and Preference-Driven Water Planning Model Part 1: Model Characteristics
David Yates;Jack Sieber;David Purkey;Annette Huber-Lee.
Water International (2005)
High resolution coupled climate-runoff simulations of seasonal snowfall over Colorado: A process study of current and warmer climate
Roy Rasmussen;Changhai Liu;Kyoko Ikeda;David Gochis.
Journal of Climate (2011)
A technique for generating regional climate scenarios using a nearest‐neighbor algorithm
David Yates;David Yates;Subhrendu Gangopadhyay;Balaji Rajagopalan;Kenneth Strzepek.
Water Resources Research (2003)
Continental-scale convection-permitting modeling of the current and future climate of North America
Changhai Liu;Kyoko Ikeda;Roy Rasmussen;Mike Barlage.
Climate Dynamics (2017)
Water resources for agriculture in a changing climate: international case studies
Cynthia Rosenzweig;Kenneth M. Strzepek;David C. Major;Ana Iglesias.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2004)
WEAP21 -a demand-, priority-, and preference-driven water planning model Part 2 : Aiding freshwater ecosystem service evaluation
David Yates;David Purkey;Jack Sieber;Annette Huber-Lee.
Water International (2005)
MODELING THE NILE BASIN UNDER CLIMATIC CHANGE
David N. Yates;Kenneth M. Strzepek.
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering (1998)
WatBal: an integrated water balance model for climate impact assessment of river basin runoff
David N. Yates.
International Journal of Water Resources Development (1996)
Climate Change Impacts on the Water Balance of the Colorado Headwaters: High-Resolution Regional Climate Model Simulations
Roy Rasmussen;Kyoko Ikeda;Changhai Liu;David Gochis.
Journal of Hydrometeorology (2014)
Robust analysis of future climate change impacts on water for agriculture and other sectors: a case study in the Sacramento Valley
D. R. Purkey;B. Joyce;S. Vicuna;M. W. Hanemann.
Climatic Change (2008)
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