(Author name in
bold denotes current or former group members)
Zhen, X., W. Huo, and D. Tian, Q. Zhang, A. Sanz-Saez, C. Chen, W. D. Batchelor. Submitted. Calibration strategy to simulate county-level crop yields: A testing case for peanut in the Southeastern USA.
Tasnim, B., X. Fang, J. S. Hayworth, and D. Tian. Submitted. Simulating Nutrients and Phytoplankton Dynamics in Lakes: Model Development and Applications
Domeisen, D., and 39 Co-authors including H. Medina and D. Tian. Submitted. Advances in the subseasonal prediction of extreme events
Li, Yanzhong, D. Tian, and H. Medina.
2021. Multi-model Subseasonal Precipitation Forecasts over the Contiguous United States: Skill Assessment and Postprocessing.
Journal of Hydrometeorology, in press
P., and D. Tian. 2021. Estimating leaf wetness duration with machine learning and climate reanalysis data.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 307, p.108548.
Li, Yizhuo, D. Tian, G. Feng, W. Yang, L. Feng. 2021. Climate change and cover crop effects on water use efficiency of a corn-soybean rotation system.
Agricultural Water Management, 255, p.107042
Saminathan, S., H. Medina, S. Mitra, and D. Tian.
2021. Improving short to medium range GEFS precipitation forecast in India.
Journal of Hydrology, p.126431
Wang, F., D. Tian, L. Lowe, L. Kalin, and J. Lehrter.
2021. Deep learning for daily precipitation and temperature downscaling.
Water Resources Research, 57, e2020WR029308
Tian, D., X. He, P. Srivastava, and L. Kalin.
2021. A hybrid framework for forecasting monthly reservoir inflow based on machine learning techniques with dynamic climate forecasts, satellite-based data, and climate phenomenon information.
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, pp.1-23. (Special Issue: Spatiotemporal Data Science: Theoretical Advances and Applications)
Medina, H., D. Tian, and A. Abebe.
2021. On optimizing a MODIS-based framework for in-season corn yield forecast.
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformatics,
Lesinger, K., D. Tian, C. Leisner, A. Sanz-Saez.
2020. Impact of Climate Change on
Storage Conditions for Major Agricultural Commodities across the Contiguous United States.
Schillerberg, T., D. Tian.
2020. Changes of crop failure risks in the United States
associated with large-scale climate oscillations in the
Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
Environmental Research Letters,
Medina, H., D. Tian. 2020. Comparison of probabilistic post-processing approaches for improving numerical weather prediction-based daily and weekly reference evapotranspiration forecasts. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences,
He, X., L. Estes, M. Konar, D. Tian, D. Anghileri, K. Baylis, T. Evans, J. Sheffield. 2019. Integrated approaches to understanding and reducing drought impact on food security across scales.
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability,
40, pp. 43-54.
Schillerberg, T., D. Tian, and R. Miao. 2019. Spatiotemporal patterns of maize and winter wheat yields
in the United States: predictability and impact from
climate oscillations. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology,
275 (2019): 208-222.
Medina, H., D. Tian, F. Martin, and G. Chirico.
2019. Comparing GEFS, ECMWF, and post-processing methods for ensemble precipitation forecasts over Brazil.
Journal of Hydrometeorology,
Li, Y., C. Liu, W. Yu, D. Tian, and P. Bai. 2019. Response of streamflow to environmental changes: A Budyko-type analysis based on 144 river basins over China.
Science of the Total Environment, 664, 824-833
Tian, D., M. Pan, and E. F. Wood.
2018. Assessment of a High-resolution Climate
Model for Surface Water and Energy Flux Simulations over
Global Land: An Inter-comparison with Reanalyses.
Journal of Hydrometeorology,
Medina, H., D. Tian, P. Srivastavab, A. Pelosic, G. B. Chiricod.
2018. Medium-range reference evapotranspiration forecasts for the contiguous United States based on multi-model numerical weather predictions.
Journal of Hydrology. 562, pp.502-517.
Cammarano, D., and D. Tian. 2018. The effects of projected climate and climate extremes on a winter and summer crop in the southeast USA.
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 248. 109-118
Tian, D., G. Xie, J. Tian, S. Tseng,
C.K. Shum, J. Lee, S. Liang. 2017. Temporal variability
and environmental driving factors of harmful algal
blooms (HABs) in western Lake Erie, USA.
PLoS ONE 12(6):
Tian, D., E. F. Wood, and X. Yuan. 2017. CFSv2-based sub-seasonal precipitation and temperature forecast skill
over the contiguous United States. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21, 1477-1490.
Tian, D., M. Pan, L. Jia, G. Vincci, and E. F. Wood. 2016. Assessing GFDL High-Resolution Climate Model Water and Energy Budgets from AMIP simulations over Africa.
Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmosphere, 121, 8444–8459.
Estes, L. D., T. Searchinger, M. Spiegel, D. Tian, S. Sichinga, M. Mwale, L. Kehoe, T. Kuemmerle, A. Berven, N. Chaney, J. Sheffield, E. F. Wood, and K. K. Caylor. 2016. Reconciling agriculture, carbon and biodiversity in a savannah transformation frontier.
Philosophical Transactions of Royal Society B, 371(1703).
Tian, D., C. J. Martinez, and T. Asefa. 2016. Improving short-term urban water demand forecasts with reforecast analog ensembles.
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000632, 04016008.
2015 and BEFORE
Tian, D., S. Asseng, C. J. Martinez, V. Misra D. Cammarano, and B. Ortiz. 2015. Does decadal climate variation influence wheat and maize production in the southeast USA?
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 204, 1–9.
Tian, D., C. J. Martinez, W. D. Graham, and S. Hwang. 2014. Statistical downscaling multi-model forecasts for seasonal precipitation and surface temperature over southeastern United States.
Journal of Climate, 27, 8384–8411.
Tian, D. and C. J. Martinez. 2014. The GEFS-based daily reference evapotranspiration (ETo) forecast and its implication for water management in the southeastern United States.
Journal of Hydrometeorology, 15, 1152–1165.
Tian, D., C. J. Martinez, and W. D. Graham. 2014. Seasonal prediction of regional reference evapotranspiration (ETo) based on Climate Forecast System version 2 (CFSv2).
Journal of Hydrometeorology, 15, 1166–1188.
Tian, D. and C. J. Martinez. 2012. Comparison of two analog-based downscaling methods for regional reference evapotranspiration forecasts.
Journal of Hydrology, 475(2012), 350-364.
Tian, D. and C. J. Martinez. 2012. Forecasting reference evapotranspiration using retrospective forecast analogs in the southeastern United States.
Journal of Hydrometeorology, 13, 1874-1892.
Tian, D., X. Li, and D. E. Weller. 2012. The responses of hydrological indicators to watershed characteristics.
Acta Ecologica Sinica, 32(1):27-37 (in Chinese).
Tian, D., X. Li, D. E. Weller, and Z. Bai. 2011. Impacts of land use and impervious surface on stream flow metrics in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Journal of Natural Resources, 26(6): 1012-1020 (in Chinese).
Zhao, H, X. Li, X. Wang, and D. Tian. 2010. Grain size distribution of road-deposited sediment and its contribution to heavy metal pollution in urban runoff in Beijing, China.
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 183: 203-210.