• Carpenter, T.M., and K.P. Georgakakos, 2006: “Discretization Scale Dependencies of the Ensemble Flow Range versus Catchment Area Relationship in Distributed Hydrologic Modeling,” Journal of Hydrology, 328, 242-257.
  • Carpenter, T.M., and K.P. Georgakakos, 2006: “Intercomparison of Lumped versus Distributed Hydrologic Model Ensemble Simulations on Operational Forecast Scales,” Journal of Hydrology, 329, 174-185.
  • Georgakakos, K.P., 2006: “Analytical Results for Operational Flash Flood Guidance,” Journal of Hydrology, 317, 81-103.
  • Georgakakos, K.P., and T.M. Carpenter, 2006: “Potential Value of Operationally Available and Spatially Distributed Ensemble Soil Water Estimates for Agriculture,” Journal of Hydrology, 328, 177-191.
  • Graham, N.E., K.P. Georgakakos, C. Vargas, and M. Echevers, 2006: “Simulating the Value of El Ni´┐Żo Forecasts for the Panama Canal,” Advances in Water Resources 29(11), 1665-1677.
  • Ntelekos, A.A., K.P. Georgakakos, and W.F. Krajewski, 2006: “On the Uncertainties of Flash Flood Guidance: Towards Probabilistic Forecasting of Flash Floods,” Journal of Hydrometeorology., 7(5), 896-915.
  • Shamir, E. and K.P. Georgakakos, 2006: “Distributed snow accumulation and ablation modeling in the American River basin,” Advances in Water Resources 29(4), 558-570.
  • Shamir, E., T.M. Carpenter, P. Fickenscher, and K.P. Georgakakos, 2006: “Evaluation of the National Weather Service Operational Hydrologic Model for the American River Basin,” ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 11(5), 392-407.
  • Wang, J., and K.P. Georgakakos, 2005: “Effects of cold microphysical processes on the surface precipitation variability of nonsquall tropical oceanic convection,” Journal of Geophysical Research, 110, D22203, doi:10.1029/2005JD005787.
  • Georgakakos, K.P., D.-H. Bae, and C.-S. Jeong, 2005: “Utility of Ten-Day Climate Model Ensemble Simulations for Water Resources Planning and Management of Korean Watersheds,” Water Resource Management, 19(6), 849-872.
  • Georgakakos, K.P., Graham, N.E., Carpenter, T.M., Georgakakos, A.P., and H. Yao, 2005: “Integrating Climate-Hydrology Forecasts and Multi-Objective Reservoir Management for Northern California,” EOS, 86(12), 122-127.
  • Graham, N. E. and S. J. Mason, 2005: “A Method of Ensemble Expansion and Improve Forecast Distribution Definition from Climate Simulations, Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 607, 939-963.
  • Jeong, C.S., J.-H. Heo, D.-H. Bae, and K.P. Georgakakos, 2005: “Utility of High-Resolution Climate Model Simulations for Water Resources Management over the Korean Peninsula: A Sensitivity Study,” Hydrological Sciences Journal, 50(1), 139-153.
  • Shamir, E., B. Imam, E. Morin, H.V. Gupta, and S. Sorooshian, 2005: “The Role of Hydrograph Indices in Parameter Estimation of Rainfall Runoff Models,” Hydrological Processes, 19(11), 2187-2202.
  • Shamir, E., B. Imam, H.V. Gupta, and S. Sorooshian, 2005: “Temporal Streamflow Descriptors in Downward Parameter Estimation Application,” Water Resources Research, 41(6) doi: 1029/2004WR003409.
  • Tsonis, A.A., and K.P. Georgakakos, 2005: “Observing Extreme Events in Incomplete State Spaces with Application to Rainfall Estimation from Satellite Images,” Journal of Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics of the European Geophysical Union, Vol.12, 195-200.
  • Wang, J., and K.P. Georgakakos, 2005: “Validation and Sensitivities of Dynamic Precipitation Simulation of Winter Events over the Folsom Lake Watershed: 1964-1999,” Monthly Weather Review, 133(1), 3-19.