Andrew D King
Andrew D King
School of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne
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TitleCited byYear
Explaining extreme events of 2012 from a climate perspective
TC Peterson, MP Hoerling, PA Stott, SC Herring
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94 (9), S1-S74, 2013
1972013
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
1932014
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), S1-S104, 2014
1772014
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
1302017
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
1142013
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
732015
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
622013
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
502015
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
502014
Climate extremes in Europe at 1.5 and 2 degrees of global warming
AD King, DJ Karoly
Environmental Research Letters 12 (11), 114031, 2017
472017
Attribution of the record high Central England temperature of 2014 to anthropogenic influences
AD King, GJ van Oldenborgh, DJ Karoly, SC Lewis, H Cullen
Environmental Research Letters 10 (5), 054002, 2015
462015
Trajectories toward the 1.5 C Paris target: Modulation by the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation
BJ Henley, AD King
Geophysical Research Letters, 2017
402017
The Inequality of Climate Change from 1.5C to 2C of Global Warming
AD King, LJ Harrington
Geophysical Research Letters, 2018
362018
Emergence of heat extremes attributable to anthropogenic influences
AD King, MT Black, SK Min, EM Fischer, DM Mitchell, LJ Harrington, ...
Geophysical Research Letters, 2016
342016
Comparison of methods: Attributing the 2014 record European temperatures to human influences
P Uhe, FEL Otto, K Haustein, GJ van Oldenborgh, AD King, DCH Wallom, ...
Geophysical Research Letters, 2016
322016
Climate change turns Australia's 2013 big dry into a year of record-breaking heat
AD King, DJ Karoly, MG Donat, LV Alexander
AMER METEOROLOGICAL SOC, 2014
312014
Australia's unprecedented future temperature extremes under Paris limits to warming
SC Lewis, AD King, DM Mitchell
Geophysical Research Letters, 2017
302017
Limited Evidence of Anthropogenic Influence on the 2011-12 Extreme Rainfall over Southeast Australia
A King, S Lewis, S Perkins, L Alexander, M Donat, D Karoly, M Black
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94 (9), S55-S58, 2013
302013
Extraordinary heat during the 1930s US Dust Bowl and associated large-scale conditions
MG Donat, AD King, JT Overpeck, LV Alexander, I Durre, DJ Karoly
Climate Dynamics, 1-14, 2015
292015
Spatial and temporal agreement in climate model simulations of the interdecadal pacific oscillation
BJ Henley, G Meehl, S Power, C Folland, A King, J Brown, D Karoly, ...
Environmental Research Letters, 2017
262017
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