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Andrew D King
Andrew D King
School of Geography, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Melbourne
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Explaining extreme events of 2014 from a climate perspective
SC Herring, MP Hoerling, JP Kossin, TC Peterson, PA Stott
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (12), S1-S172, 2015
8372015
Changes in extreme temperature and precipitation in the Arab region: long‐term trends and variability related to ENSO and NAO
MG Donat, TC Peterson, M Brunet, AD King, M Almazroui, RK Kolli, ...
International Journal of Climatology 34 (3), 581-592, 2014
3902014
Australian climate extremes at 1.5[thinsp][deg]C and 2[thinsp][deg]C of global warming
AD King, DJ Karoly, BJ Henley
Nature Climate Change, 2017
3312017
Explaining extreme events of 2013 from a climate perspective
SC Herring, MP Hoerling, TC Peterson, PA Stott
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 95 (9), Si-S97, 2014
2472014
State of the Climate in 2018
J Blunden, DS Arndt
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 100 (9), Si-S306, 2019
2172019
The Inequality of Climate Change from 1.5C to 2C of Global Warming
AD King, LJ Harrington
Geophysical Research Letters, 2018
2152018
The efficacy of using gridded data to examine extreme rainfall characteristics: a case study for Australia
AD King, LV Alexander, MG Donat
International Journal of Climatology 33 (10), 2376-2387, 2013
1902013
The timing of anthropogenic emergence in simulated climate extremes
AD King, MG Donat, EM Fischer, E Hawkins, LV Alexander, DJ Karoly, ...
Environmental Research Letters 10 (9), 094015, 2015
1742015
Climate extremes in Europe at 1.5 and 2 degrees of global warming
AD King, DJ Karoly
Environmental Research Letters 12 (11), 114031, 2017
1632017
Pathways and pitfalls in extreme event attribution
GJ Van Oldenborgh, K van Der Wiel, S Kew, S Philip, F Otto, R Vautard, ...
Climatic Change 166 (1-2), 13, 2021
1572021
A protocol for probabilistic extreme event attribution analyses
S Philip, S Kew, GJ van Oldenborgh, F Otto, R Vautard, K van Der Wiel, ...
Advances in Statistical Climatology, Meteorology and Oceanography 6 (2), 177-203, 2020
1542020
The role of climate variability in Australian drought
AD King, AJ Pitman, BJ Henley, AM Ukkola, JR Brown
Nature Climate Change 10 (3), 177-179, 2020
1432020
Attribution analysis of the Ethiopian drought of 2015
S Philip, SF Kew, GJ van Oldenborgh, F Otto, S O’Keefe, K Haustein, ...
Journal of Climate, 2018
1402018
A multi-hazards earth science perspective on the COVID-19 pandemic: the potential for concurrent and cascading crises
MC Quigley, J Attanayake, A King, F Prideaux
Environment Systems & Decisions, 1, 2020
1312020
Evolution of mean, variance and extremes in 21st century temperatures
SC Lewis, AD King
Weather and Climate Extremes, 2017
1212017
Extreme rainfall variability in Australia: Patterns, drivers, and predictability
AD King, NP Klingaman, LV Alexander, MG Donat, NC Jourdain, P Maher
Journal of Climate 27 (15), 6035-6050, 2014
1192014
Factors other than climate change, main driver of 2014/15 water shortage in Southeast Brazil
FEL Otto, CAS Coelho, A King, E Coughlan de Perez, Y Wada, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 96 (12), S35-S40, 2015
1092015
Observed emergence of the climate change signal: from the familiar to the unknown
E Hawkins, D Frame, L Harrington, M Joshi, A King, M Rojas, R Sutton
Geophysical Research Letters 47 (6), e2019GL086259, 2020
1082020
Asymmetry in the response of eastern Australia extreme rainfall to low‐frequency Pacific variability
AD King, LV Alexander, MG Donat
Geophysical Research Letters 40 (10), 2271-2277, 2013
1072013
Attributing high-impact extreme events across timescales—a case study of four different types of events
FEL Otto, S Philip, S Kew, S Li, A King, H Cullen
Climatic Change, 2018
1002018
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