Arelia T. Werner
Arelia T. Werner
Hydrologist, Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, University of Victoria
Verified email at uvic.ca
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Downscaling extremes—An intercomparison of multiple statistical methods for present climate
G Bürger, TQ Murdock, AT Werner, SR Sobie, AJ Cannon
Journal of Climate 25 (12), 4366-4388, 2012
1552012
Hydro-climatology and future climate impacts in British Columbia
DR Rodenhuis, KE Bennett, AT Werner, TQ Murdock, D Bronaugh
Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, 24, 2007
1172007
Impacts of climate change in three hydrologic regimes in British Columbia, Canada
M Schnorbus, A Werner, K Bennett
Hydrological Processes 28 (3), 1170-1189, 2014
972014
Modelling spatial and temporal variability of hydrologic impacts of climate change in the Fraser River basin, British Columbia, Canada
RR Shrestha, MA Schnorbus, AT Werner, AJ Berland
Hydrological Processes 26 (12), 1840-1860, 2012
962012
Downscaling extremes: An intercomparison of multiple methods for future climate
G Bürger, SR Sobie, AJ Cannon, AT Werner, TQ Murdock
Journal of Climate 26 (10), 3429-3449, 2013
842013
Uncertainties in hydrologic and climate change impact analyses in headwater basins of British Columbia
KE Bennett, AT Werner, M Schnorbus
Journal of Climate 25 (17), 5711-5730, 2012
722012
zyp: Zhang+ Yue-Pilon trends package
D Bronaugh, A Werner
R package version, 09-01, 2013
652013
Planning for climate change adaptation: lessons learned from a community-based workshop
IM Picketts, AT Werner, TQ Murdock, J Curry, SJ Déry, D Dyer
Environmental Science & Policy 17, 82-93, 2012
592012
Estimates of future flow, including extremes, of the Columbia River headwaters
G Bürger, J Schulla, AT Werner
Water Resources Research 47 (10), 2011
572011
Hydrologic extremes–an intercomparison of multiple gridded statistical downscaling methods
AT Werner, AJ Cannon
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (4), 1483, 2016
552016
Hydrologic impacts of climate change in the Peace, Campbell and Columbia watersheds, British Columbia, Canada
MA Schnorbus, KE Bennett, AT Werner, AJ Berland
Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC 157 …, 2011
542011
Climate change and watershed hydrology: Part I–Recent and projected changes in British Columbia
RG Pike, DL Spittlehouse, KE Bennett, VN Egginton, PJ Tschaplinski, ...
Streamline Watershed Management Bulletin 11 (2), 1-8, 2008
442008
Quantifying the water resource impacts of mountain pine beetle and associated salvage harvest operations across a range of watershed scales: Hydrologic modeling of the Fraser …
M Schnorbus, A Werner, K Bennett
Pacific Forestry Centre, 2010
402010
Groundwater level responses in temperate mountainous terrain: regime classification, and linkages to climate and streamflow
DM Allen, PH Whitfield, A Werner
Hydrological Processes 24 (23), 3392-3412, 2010
392010
zyp: Zhang+ Yue-Pilon trends package. R package version 0.10-1
D Bronaugh, A Werner, Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium
Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, 2013
382013
Terrestrial contribution to the heterogeneity in hydrological changes under global warming
S Kumar, F Zwiers, PA Dirmeyer, DM Lawrence, R Shrestha, AT Werner
Water Resources Research 52 (4), 3127-3142, 2016
372016
Climate change effects on watershed processes in British Columbia
RG Pike, KE Bennett, TE Redding, AT Werner, DL Spittlehouse
352010
BCSD downscaled transient climate projections for eight select GCMs over British Columbia, Canada
AT Werner
Hydrologic Modelling Project Final Rep.(Part I), Pacific Climate Impacts …, 2011
322011
Future climate change impacts on snow and water resources of the Fraser River Basin, British Columbia
SU Islam, SJ Déry, AT Werner
Journal of Hydrometeorology 18 (2), 473-496, 2017
292017
Evaluating hydroclimatic change signals from statistically and dynamically downscaled GCMs and hydrologic models
RR Shrestha, MA Schnorbus, AT Werner, FW Zwiers
Journal of Hydrometeorology 15 (2), 844-860, 2014
262014
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