Karen Aline McKinnon
Karen Aline McKinnon
Assistant Professor of Statistics and the Environment, UCLA
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TitleCited byYear
Cooling of US Midwest summer temperature extremes from cropland intensification
ND Mueller, EE Butler, KA McKinnon, A Rhines, M Tingley, NM Holbrook, ...
Nature Climate Change 6 (3), 317, 2016
882016
The Northern Hemisphere extratropical atmospheric circulation response to ENSO: How well do we know it and how do we evaluate models accordingly?
C Deser, IR Simpson, KA McKinnon, AS Phillips
Journal of Climate 30 (13), 5059-5082, 2017
522017
Long-lead predictions of eastern United States hot days from Pacific sea surface temperatures
KA McKinnon, A Rhines, MP Tingley, P Huybers
Nature Geoscience 9 (5), 389, 2016
412016
US daily temperatures: The meaning of extremes in the context of nonnormality
P Huybers, KA McKinnon, A Rhines, M Tingley
Journal of Climate 27 (19), 7368-7384, 2014
292014
The spatial structure of the annual cycle in surface temperature: Amplitude, phase, and Lagrangian history
KA McKinnon, AR Stine, P Huybers
Journal of Climate 26 (20), 7852-7862, 2013
282013
The changing shape of Northern Hemisphere summer temperature distributions
KA McKinnon, A Rhines, MP Tingley, P Huybers
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 121 (15), 8849-8868, 2016
262016
The influence of sub-glacial bed evolution on ice extent: a model-based evaluation of the Last Glacial Maximum Pukaki glacier, New Zealand
KA McKinnon, AN Mackintosh, BM Anderson, DJA Barrell
Quaternary Science Reviews 57, 46-57, 2012
202012
Seasonally resolved distributional trends of North American temperatures show contraction of winter variability
A Rhines, KA McKinnon, MP Tingley, P Huybers
Journal of Climate 30 (3), 1139-1157, 2017
162017
How Well Do We Know ENSO’s Climate Impacts over North America, and How Do We Evaluate Models Accordingly?
C Deser, IR Simpson, AS Phillips, KA McKinnon
Journal of Climate 31 (13), 4991-5014, 2018
142018
An “observational large ensemble” to compare observed and modeled temperature trend uncertainty due to internal variability
KA McKinnon, A Poppick, E Dunn-Sigouin, C Deser
Journal of Climate 30 (19), 7585-7598, 2017
112017
Decoding the precision of historical temperature observations
A Rhines, MP Tingley, KA McKinnon, P Huybers
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society 141 (693), 2923-2933, 2015
112015
Internal variability and regional climate trends in an observational large ensemble
KA McKinnon, C Deser
Journal of Climate 31 (17), 6783-6802, 2018
52018
Modeled and Observed Multidecadal Variability in the North Atlantic Jet Stream and Its Connection to Sea Surface Temperatures
IR Simpson, C Deser, KA McKinnon, EA Barnes
Journal of Climate 31 (20), 8313-8338, 2018
32018
Seasonal constraints on inferred planetary heat content
KA McKinnon, P Huybers
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (20), 10,955-10,964, 2016
22016
On using the seasonal cycle to interpret extratropical temperature changes since 1950
KA McKinnon, P Huybers
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (13), 4676-4684, 2014
12014
The role of climate and bed topography on the evolution of the Tasman Glacier since the Last Glacial Maximum
KA McKinnon
Victoria University of Wellington, 2011
12011
Decadal predictability of late winter precipitation in western Europe through an ocean–jet stream connection
IR Simpson, SG Yeager, KA McKinnon, C Deser
Nature Geoscience 12 (8), 613-+, 2019
2019
Development of the Observational Large Ensemble for analysis of regional climate variability
KA McKinnon, C Deser
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2018
2018
Bias correction in daily maximum and minimum temperature measurements through Gaussian process modeling
M Rischard, N Pillai, KA McKinnon
arXiv preprint arXiv:1805.10214, 2018
2018
The Northern Hemisphere extratropical atmospheric circulation response to ENSO: How well do we know it and how do we evaluate models accordingly?(vol 30, pg 5059, 2017)
C Deser, IR Simpson, KA McKinnon, AS Phillips
JOURNAL OF CLIMATE 31 (4), 1681-1681, 2018
2018
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