Martyn Clark
Martyn Clark
University of Saskatchewan at Canmore
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Declining mountain snowpack in western North America
PW Mote, AF Hamlet, MP Clark, DP Lettenmaier
Bulletin of the American meteorological Society 86 (1), 39-50, 2005
Treatment of input uncertainty in hydrologic modeling: Doing hydrology backward with Markov chain Monte Carlo simulation
JA Vrugt, CJF Ter Braak, MP Clark, JM Hyman, BA Robinson
Water Resources Research 44 (12), 2008
A decade of Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB)—a review
M Hrachowitz, HHG Savenije, G Blöschl, JJ McDonnell, M Sivapalan, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 58 (6), 1198-1255, 2013
Seasonal cycle shifts in hydroclimatology over the western United States
SK Regonda, B Rajagopalan, M Clark, J Pitlick
Journal of Climate 18 (2), 372-384, 2005
Effects of temperature and precipitation variability on snowpack trends in the Western United States*
AF Hamlet, PW Mote, MP Clark, DP Lettenmaier
Journal of Climate 18 (21), 4545-4561, 2005
Characteristics of the western United States snowpack from snowpack telemetry (SNOTEL) data
MC Serreze, MP Clark, RL Armstrong, DA McGinnis, RS Pulwarty
Water Resources Research 35 (7), 2145-2160, 1999
Trends in Northern Hemisphere surface cyclone frequency and intensity
GJ McCabe, MP Clark, MC Serreze
Journal of Climate 14 (12), 2763-2768, 2001
Framework for Understanding Structural Errors (FUSE): A modular framework to diagnose differences between hydrological models
MP Clark, AG Slater, DE Rupp, RA Woods, JA Vrugt, HV Gupta, ...
Water Resources Research 44 (12), 2008
Hydrological data assimilation with the ensemble Kalman filter: Use of streamflow observations to update states in a distributed hydrological model
MP Clark, DE Rupp, RA Woods, X Zheng, RP Ibbitt, AG Slater, J Schmidt, ...
Advances in water resources 31 (10), 1309-1324, 2008
Reply to comment by K. Beven et al. on “Pursuing the method of multiple working hypotheses for hydrological modeling”
MP Clark, D Kavetski, F Fenicia
Water Resources Research 48 (11), 2012
Pursuing the method of multiple working hypotheses for hydrological modeling
MP Clark, D Kavetski, F Fenicia
Water Resources Research 47 (9), 2011
Hydrological responses to dynamically and statistically downscaled climate model output
RL Wilby, LE Hay, WJ Gutowski Jr, RW Arritt, ES Takle, Z Pan, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 27 (8), 1199-1202, 2000
Advancing data assimilation in operational hydrologic forecasting: progresses, challenges, and emerging opportunities
Y Liu, A Weerts, M Clark, HJ Hendricks Franssen, S Kumar, H Moradkhani, ...
Towards a comprehensive assessment of model structural adequacy
HV Gupta, MP Clark, JA Vrugt, G Abramowitz, M Ye
Water Resources Research 48 (8), 2012
The future intensification of hourly precipitation extremes
AF Prein, RM Rasmussen, K Ikeda, C Liu, MP Clark, GJ Holland
Nature Climate Change 7 (1), 48-52, 2017
Twentieth-Century Trends in Runoff, Evapotranspiration, and Soil Moisture in the Western United States*
AF Hamlet, PW Mote, MP Clark, DP Lettenmaier
Journal of Climate 20 (8), 1468-1486, 2007
Use of statistically and dynamically downscaled atmospheric model output for hydrologic simulations in three mountainous basins in the western United States
LE Hay, MP Clark
Journal of Hydrology 282 (1-4), 56-75, 2003
The Schaake shuffle: A method for reconstructing space-time variability in forecasted precipitation and temperature fields
M Clark, S Gangopadhyay, L Hay, B Rajagopalan, R Wilby
Journal of Hydrometeorology 5 (1), 243-262, 2004
Large‐scale hydro‐climatology of the terrestrial Arctic drainage system
MC Serreze, DH Bromwich, MP Clark, AJ Etringer, T Zhang, R Lammers
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 107 (D2), ALT 1-1-ALT 1-28, 2002
Impacts of uncertain river flow data on rainfall‐runoff model calibration and discharge predictions
H McMillan, J Freer, F Pappenberger, T Krueger, M Clark
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 24 (10), 1270-1284, 2010
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