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Gregory McCabe

Research Physical Scientist

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Greg McCabe is a research scientist with the U.S. Geological Survey and is an adjunct professor at the University of Denver and the Metropolitan State College of Denver. He also is a research affiliate with the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research at the University of Colorado. He received bachelor and masters degrees from the University of Delaware and a Ph.D. from Louisiana State University. He is Chief of the Hydroclimatic Processes and Hazards project within the National Research Program. His research interests include hydroclimatology, climate variability and change, synoptic climatology, climate teleconnections, and hydrologic modeling.






1. McCabe, G.J., 1984. Development of objective temporal and spatial synoptic indices: masters thesis, Department of Geography, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, 123 p.

2. McCabe, G.J., and Jackson, A., 1984. Synoptic weather patterns associated with the 1982-1983 Louisiana floods, in Muller, R.A. and Faiers, G.E., eds., Climatic Perspective of the Louisiana Floods, 1982-1983, Studies in Geography and Anthropology: Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, p. 5-18.

3. Thompson, R.C., McCabe, G.J., McLaughlin, J.D., Muller, R.A., and Moreau, M., 1985. Annual climatic summary: Louisiana agricultural experiment stations 1984: Climate Report 84-1, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 35 p. (I performed the data analysis and served as an editor.)         

4. McCabe, G.J., McLaughlin, J.D., and Muller, R.A., 1985. Thornthwaite continuous monthly water budget: a program in BASIC for microcomputers: Climate Paper 85-1, Louisiana Office of State Climatology, Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 17 p.         


5. McLaughlin, J.D., Faiers, G.E., McCabe, G.J., and Muller, R.A., 1985. An application of comfort indices relevant to heat stress and summer comfort: Climate Paper 85-2, Louisiana Office of State Climatology, Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 12 p. (I performed the data analysis and served as an editor.)

6. McCabe, G.J., and Muller, R.A, 1985. A comparison of synoptic weather type indices: A Report for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Louisiana Office of State Climatology, Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 22 p.

7. McCabe, G.J., McLaughlin, J.D., and Muller, R.A., 1985. Thornthwaite daily water budget: a program in BASIC for microcomputers: Climate Paper 85-4, Louisiana office of State Climatology, Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 22 p.

8. Bengtson, R.L., Fouss, J.L., and McCabe, G.J., 1985. Effects of evapotranspiration on modeling in southern Louisiana: Proceedings, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, Paper No. 85- 2516, 10 p. (I performed the comparisons of potential evapotranspiration models.)      

9. McCabe, G.J., 1986. Application of synoptic weather types in the analysis of evaporation in southern Louisiana: doctoral dissertation, Department of Geography and Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 153 p.

10. Kung, H., and McCabe, G.J., 1987. Application of water budget to urban hydrology in Knoxville, Tennessee: Southeastern Geographer, v. 27, n. 1, p. 38-47. (I performed data analyses, produced data summaries and edited the version that was finally published.)

11. McCabe, G.J., and Muller, R.A., 1987. Synoptic weather types: an index of evaporation: Physical Geography, v. 8, p. 99-112.

12. McCabe, G.J., 1987. Long term temperature and precipitation trends for Memphis, Tennessee, 1872- 1985: Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, v. 62, n 4, p. 95-96.

13. Kung, H., and McCabe, G.J., 1988. An application of water budget to the study of urban hydrology in the Knoxville area: Journal of Science and Technology Translation (Wuhan, China), v. 54, n. 2, 81-89. (I performed data analyses, produced data summaries and edited the version that was finally published.)

14. McCabe, G.J., and Vandiver, D, 1988. Measurements of mean daily solar radiation for Memphis, Tennessee, 1982-1987: Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, v. 63, n. 4, p. 95-96.

15. McCabe, G.J., 1988. Trends of January temperatures in Tennessee, 1951-1986: Southeastern Geographer, v. 28, n. 2, p. 57-67.

16. McCabe, G.J., 1989. Annual and seasonal temperature trends for Memphis, Tennessee, 1872-1985: Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, v. 64, n. 1, p.1-4.

17. Muller, R.A., Mclaughlin, J.D., and McCabe, G.J., 1989. Probabilities and climatic patterns of precipitation in Louisiana, 1951-1980: Bulletin of the Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station, Bulletin no. 799, 162 p. (I performed much of the research and data analysis and served as editor.)


18. Wolock, D.M., Ayers, M.A., Hay, L.E., and McCabe, G.J., 1989. Prediction of the effects of climate change on watershed runoff in the Delaware River Basin: Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, p. 673-678. (I contributed ideas and served as editor.) (INVITED)

19. McCabe G.J., Hay, L.E., Kalkstein, L.S., Ayers, M.A., and Wolock, D.M., 1989. Simulation of climate change using weather-type analysis: Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, p. 679-684. (INVITED)

20. McCabe, G.J., 1989. A parabolic function to modify Thornthwaite estimates of potential evapotranspiration in the eastern United States: Physical Geography, v. 10, n. 2, p. 176-189.

21. McCabe, G.J., and Ayers, M.A., 1989. Hydrologic effects of climate change in the Delaware River Basin: Water Resources Bulletin, v. 25, n. 6, p. 1231-1242.     

22. McCabe, G.J., 1989. A conceptual weather-type classification for the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, area: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report-89-4183, 23 p.     

23. Ayers, M.A., Wolock, D.M., McCabe, G.J., and Hay, L.E., 1990. Simulated hydrologic effects of climatic change in the Delaware River Basin: Symposium on International and Transboundary Water Resources Issues, Proceedings of the American Water Resources Association, p. 587-594. (I performed the water balance and moisture index analyses and served as an editor.)    

24. Ayers, M.A., Wolock, D.M., McCabe, G.J., and Hay, L.E., 1990. Hydrologic effects of climatic change in the Delaware River Basin: U.S. Geological Survey Yearbook, Fiscal Year 1989, p. 31-33. (I performed the water-balance sensitivity research and helped with the weather-type precipitation model development, and served as an author and editor of the manuscript.) (INVITED)

25. McCabe, G.J., 1990. Physical Geography by Ralph C. Scott: The Pennsylvania Geographer, v. 28, n. 1, p. 51-52. (INVITED)

26. McCabe, G.J., Wolock, D.M., Hay, L.E., and Ayers, M.A., 1990. Effects of climatic change on the Thornthwaite moisture index: Water Resources Bulletin, v. 26, n. 4, p. 633-643.

27. Ayers, M.A., Wolock, D.M., McCabe, G.J., and Hay, L.E., 1990. Simulated hydrologic effects of climatic change in the Delaware River Basin, in Aspects of Groundwater in New Jersey: Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Geological Association of New Jersey, p. O1-O8. (I performed the water balance and moisture index analyses and served as an editor.) (INVITED)

28. Ayers, M.A., Tasker, G.D., Wolock, D.M., McCabe, G.J., and Hay, L.E., 1990. Simulated effects of climatic change on runoff and drought in the Delaware River Basin: Supplying Water and Saving the Environment for 6 Billion People, Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, p. 31-37. (I helped develop the water balance model and performed water balance sensitivity analyses, contributed sections of the text, and served as an editor.) (INVITED)

29. McCabe, G.J. and Ayers, M.A., 1990. Reply to a discussion by D.L. Verbyla of hydrologic effects of climate change in the Delaware River Basin: Water Resources Bulletin, v. 26, n. 5, p. 833-834.

30. McCabe, G.J. and Wolock, D.M., 1991. Detectability of the effects of a hypothetical temperature increase on the Thornthwaite moisture index: Journal of Hydrology, v. 125, p. 23-35.

31. Hay, L.E., McCabe, G.J., Wolock, D.M., and Ayers, M.A., 1991. Simulation of precipitation by weather-type analysis: Water Resources Research, v. 27, p. 493-501. (I researched and wrote the section on weather types and the section on the relations of precipitation to weather types, and served as an editor.)

32. McCabe, G.J., Wolock, D.M., Tasker, G.D., and Ayers, M.A., 1991. Uncertainty in climatic change and drought: Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, p. 1-6. (INVITED)

33. Legates, D.R., and McCabe, G.J., 1991. The reliability of GCM-simulated doubled-CO2 precipitation scenarios: Proceedings, Tenth Conference on Biometeorology and Aerobiology, Proceedings of the American Meteorological Society, p. 200-203. (I performed many of the calculations, wrote large sections of the paper, and served as an editor.)

34. Tasker, G.D., Ayers, M.A., Wolock, D.M., and McCabe, G.J., 1991. Sensitivity of drought risks in the Delaware River Basin to climate change: Proceedings of the Technology and Business Exposition and Symposium, p. 153-159. (I performed many of the sensitivity analyses, helped develop the model, and served as an editor.) (INVITED)

35. McCabe, G.J., 1991. The Rising Tide: Global Warming and World Sea Levels by L.T. Edgerton: Water Resources Bulletin, v. 27, p. 871. (INVITED)

36. McCabe, G.J., Barker, J.L., and Chase, E.B., 1991. Review of water year 1988 hydrologic conditions and water-related events: U.S. Geological Survey, National Water Summary 1988-89--Hydrologic Events and Floods and Droughts, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2375, p. 13-25.

37. Heim, R.H., and McCabe, G.J., 1991. Seasonal summaries of hydrologic conditions, water year 1988: U.S. Geological Survey, National Water Summary 1988-89--Hydrologic Events and Floods and Droughts, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2375, p. 26-33. (I wrote large sections of the text, performed the research regarding seasonal atmospheric circulation and seasonal hydrologic conditions, and served as an editor.)

38. McCabe, G.J., Barker, J.L., and Chase, E.B., 1991. Review of water year 1989 hydrologic conditions and water-related events: U.S. Geological Survey, National Water Summary 1988-89--Hydrologic Events and Floods and Droughts, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2375, p. 34-49.

39. McCabe, G.J., and Heim, R.H., 1991. Seasonal summaries of hydrologic conditions, water year 1989: U.S. Geological Survey, National Water Summary 1988-89--Hydrologic Events and Floods and Droughts, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2375, p. 50-57.

40. Kung, H., and McCabe, G.J., 1992. An application of water budget to urban hydrology: a case study of Knoxville, Tennessee, Resources Development and Conservation, v. 8, p. 145-147. (I performed data analyses, produced data summaries and edited the version that was finally published.)

41. Wolock, D.M., McCabe, G.J., and Tasker, G.D., 1992. Sensitivity of a hydrologic model of the Delaware River Basin to climate change: Proceedings of the First National Conference on Climate Change and Water Resources Management, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Section II, p. 140-149. (I helped with the research, wrote sections of text, and served as an editor.) (INVITED)


42. Hay, L.E., McCabe, G.J., Wolock, D.M., and Ayers, M.A., 1992. Use of weather-type analysis to disaggregate general circulation model predictions: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 97, p. 2781-2790. (I researched and developed the weather types and helped research the use of weather types to apply general circulation model predictions of precipitation to watersheds.)    

43. McCabe, G.J. and Wolock, D.M., 1992. Effects of climatic change and climatic variability on the Thornthwaite moisture index in the Delaware River Basin: Climatic Change, v. 20, p. 143-153.

44. McCabe, G.J., and Wolock, D.M., 1992. Sensitivity of irrigation demand in a humid-temperate region to hypothetical climatic change: Water Resources Bulletin, v. 28, n. 3, 535-543.

45. McCabe, G.J., and Wolock, D.M., 1992. Development of scenarios for the simulation of the effects of climate change on water resources: Proceedings of the Workshop on the Effects of Global Climate Change on Hydrology and Water Resources at the Catchment Scale, Japan-U.S. Committee on Hydrology, Water Resources, and Global Climate Change, p. 49-56. (INVITED)

46. Wolock, D.M., and McCabe, G.J., 1992. Sensitivity of water resources in the Delaware River Basin to climate change: Proceedings of the Workshop on the Effects of Global Climate Change on Hydrology and Water Resources at the Catchment Scale, Japan-U.S. Committee on Hydrology, Water Resources, and Global Climate Change, p. 319-329. (I performed some of the research, wrote large sections of text, and served as an editor.) (INVITED)

47. McCabe, G.J., and Legates, D.R., 1992. General circulation model simulations of winter and summer sea-level pressures over North America: International Journal of Climatology, v. 12, p. 815-827.

48. Legates, D.R., and McCabe, G.J., 1992. General circulation model estimates of regional precipitation: Global Climate Change: Implications, Challenges and Mitigation Measures, S.K. Majumdar, L.M. Rosenfeld, B. Yarnal, W. Miller, and L.S. Kalkstein (eds.), Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Lafayette, Pennsylvania, p. 302-314. (I performed some of the research, wrote large sections of text, and served as an editor.) (INVITED)

49. Ayers, M.A., Wolock, D.M., McCabe, G.J., Hay, L.E., and Tasker, G.D., 1993. Sensitivity of water resources in the Delaware River Basin to climate variability and change: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File report 92052, 68 p. (I performed some of the research, wrote large sections of text, and served as an editor.)

50. McCabe, G.J., Wolock, D.M., Tasker, G.D., Ayers, M.A., and Hay, L.E., 1993. Sensitivity of water resources in the Delaware River Basin to climate change: Proceedings of the U.S. Geological Survey Global Change Research Forum, U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1086, p. 56-62. (INVITED)

51. Wolock, D.M., McCabe, G.J., Tasker, G.D., and Moss, M.E., 1993. Effects of climate change on water resources in the Delaware River Basin: Water Resources Bulletin, v. 29, p. 475-486. (I performed some of the research, wrote large sections of text, and served as an editor.)

52. McCabe, G.J., Fretwell, J.D., and Chase, E.B., 1993. Review of water year 1990 hydrologic conditions and water-related events: National Water Summary 1990-91--Stream Water Quality, U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply 2400, p. 13-31.


53. McCabe, G.J., Brown, W.O., and Heim, R.R., 1993. Seasonal summaries of hydrologic conditions, Water Year 1990: National Water Summary 1990-91--Stream Water Quality, U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply Paper 2400, p. 14-39

54. McCabe, G.J., Fretwell, J.D., and Chase, E.B., 1993. Review of water year 1991 hydrologic conditions and water-related events: National Water Summary 1990-91--Stream Water Quality, U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply Paper 2400, p. 40-55.

55. Heim, R.R., McCabe, G.J., and Brown, W.O., 1993. Seasonal summaries of hydrologic conditions, water year 1991: National Water Summary 1990-91--Stream Water Quality, U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply Paper 2400, p. 56-63. (I wrote large sections of the text, performed the research regarding seasonal atmospheric circulation and seasonal hydrologic conditions, and served as an editor.)

56. Brazel, A.J., McCabe, G.J., and Verville, H.J., 1993. Incident solar radiation simulated by general circulation models for the southwestern United States: Climate Research, v. 2, p. 177-181. (I performed some of the research, wrote large sections of text, and served as an editor.)

57. Dettinger, M.D., Cayan, D.R., and McCabe, G.J., 1994. Decadal trends in runoff over the western United States and links to persistent North Pacific sea-surface temperature and atmospheric-circulation patterns: Proceedings of the Eighteenth Climate Diagnostics Workshop, Boulder, Colorado, p. 240-243. (I performed some of the research, wrote sections of text, and served as an editor.)

58. McCabe, G.J., Legates, D.R., and Dettinger, M.D., 1994. Relations between 700-millibar height anomalies and April 1 snowpack accumulations in the western United States: Proceedings of the Eighteenth Climate Diagnostics Workshop, Boulder, Colorado, p. 252-255.

59. McCabe, G.J., 1994. Relations between atmospheric circulation and snowpack in the Gunnison River Basin, Colorado: Journal of Hydrology, v. 157, p. 157-175.

60. Yonetani, T., and McCabe, G.J., 1994. Abrupt changes in regional temperature in the conterminous United States: Climate Research, v. 4, p. 13-23. (I performed some of the research, wrote large sections of text, and served as an editor.)

61. McCabe, G.J., 1994. Atmospheric circulation and snowpack in the Gunnison River Basin: Water Policy and Management: Solving the Problems, Water Resources and Planning Division, Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Denver, Colorado.

62. McCabe, G.J., and Hay, L.E., 1994. Hydrologic effects of hypothetical climate change in the East River Basin, Colorado: Effects of Human-Induced Changes on Hydrologic Systems, Proceedings of the American Water Resources Association, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, p. 163-172.

63. Ayers, M.A., Wolock, D.M., McCabe, G.J., Hay, L.E., and Tasker, G.D., 1994. Sensitivity of water resources in the Delaware River Basin to climate variability and change: U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply Paper 2422, 42 p. (I performed some of the research, wrote large sections of text, and served as an editor.)

64. Yonetani, T., and McCabe, G.J., 1995. Abrupt changes in regional temperature in the conterminous United States: Proceedings, Third Japan/USGS Workshop on Hydrology, Water Resources, and Global Climate Change, Tsukuba, Japan, Public Works Research Institute Technical Memorandum no. 3373, p. 17-29. (I performed some of the research, wrote large sections of text, and served as an editor.) (INVITED)

65. McCabe, G.J., and Dettinger, M.D., 1995. Relations between winter precipitation and atmospheric circulation simulated by the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory general circulation model: International Journal of Climatology, v. 15, p. 625-638.

66. McCabe, G.J., and Legates, D.R., 1995. Relations between 700-millibar height anomalies and April 1 snowpack accumulations in the western United States: International Journal of Climatology, v. 15, p. 517-530.

67. McCabe, G.J., and Hay, L.E., 1995. Hydrologic effects of hypothetical climate change on water resources in the East River Basin, Colorado: Journal of Hydrological Sciences, v. 40, p. 303-318.

68. McCabe, G.J., and Fountain, A.G., 1995. Relations between winter 700-mb height anomalies and the mass balance of South Cascade Glacier, Washington: Proceedings of the American Water Resources Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, p. 173-182.

69. Wolock, D.M., and McCabe, G.J., 1995. Comparison of single and multiple flow path algorithms for computing topography parameters in TOPMODEL: Water Resources Research, v. 31, p. 1315- 1324. (I performed some of the research, wrote large sections of text, and served as an editor.)

70. McCabe, G.J., 1995. Relations between winter atmospheric circulation and annual streamflow in the western United States: Climate Research, v. 5, p. 139-148.

71. McCabe, G.J., and Fountain, A.G., 1995. Relations between atmospheric circulation and the mass balance of South Cascade Glacier, Washington: Arctic and Alpine Research, v. 27, p. 226-233

72. Knapp, L., McCabe, G.J., Hay, L.E., and Parker, R.S., 1996. A high resolution moisture index: Gunnison River Basin, Colorado: GIS and Environmental Modeling: Progress and Research Issues, M.F. Goodchild, L.T. Steyaert, and B.O. Parks (eds.), GIS World Books, Fort Collins, Colorado, p. 469- 472. (I performed some of the research, wrote large sections of text, and served as an editor.)

73. McCabe, G.J., 1996. Winter Atmospheric Circulation and Temporal and Spatial Distributions of Annual Streamflow in the Western United States. Proceedings of the 16th Annual AGU Hydrology Days, Fort Collins, Colorado, p. 293-304.

74. Wolock, D.M., McCabe, G.J., Tasker, G.D., and Moss, M.E., 1996. Effects of Climatic Change and Climatic Variability on the Water Resources of the Delaware River Basin: Water Resources Management in the Face of Climatic/Hydrologic Uncertainties, Z. Kaczmarek, K.M. Strzepek, L. Somlyody, and V. Priazhinskaya (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 408p. (I performed some of the research, wrote sections of text, and served as an editor.) (INVITED)

75. Lettenmaier, D.P., McCabe, G.J., and Stakhiv, E.Z., 1996. Global Climate Change: Effect on the Hydrologic Cycle: Handbook of Water Resources, McGraw-Hill, New York, p. 29.3 -29.33. (I performed a large part of the research, wrote a large portion of the text, and served as an editor.) (INVITED)

76. McCabe, G.J., 1996. Effects of Winter Atmospheric Circulation on Temporal and Spatial Variability in Annual Streamflow in the Western United States: Hydrological Sciences Journal, v. 41, p. 873-887.

77. McCabe, G.J., Crowe, M., Brown, W.O., and Fretwell, J.D., 1996. Hydrologic Conditions and Water- Related Events--Water Year 1992. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 96-107, 18 p.

78. McCabe, G.J., Crowe, M., Brown, W.O., and Fretwell, J.D., 1996. Hydrologic Conditions and Water- Related Events--Water Year 1993. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 96-145.

79. McCabe, G.J., and Wolock, D.M., 1997. Climate Change and the Detection of Trends in Annual Runoff: Climate Research, v. 8, p.129-134.

80. Lins, H.F., Wolock, D.M., and McCabe, G.J., 1997. Scale and Modeling Issues in Water Resources Planning: Climatic Change, v. 37, p. 63-88. (I performed some of the research, wrote sections of text, and served as an editor.) (INVITED)

81. Lins, H.F., Wolock, D.M., and McCabe, G.J., 1997. Scale and Modeling Issues in Water Resources Planning: Climate Change and Water Resources Planning Criteria, K.D. Frederick, D.C. Major, and E.Z. Stakhiv (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, p. 63-88. (I performed some of the research, wrote sections of text, and served as an editor.) (INVITED)

82. Hay, L.E., and McCabe, G.J., 1998. Verification of the Rhea-Orographic-Precipitation Model. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, v. 34, p. 103-112. (I performed much of the research, wrote sections of text, and served as an editor.)

83. Hay, L.E., Viger, R., and McCabe, G., 1998. Precipitation Interpolation in Mountainous Regions Using Multiple Linear Regression: Hydrology, Water resources, and Ecology in Headwaters, Proceedings of the HeadWater’98 Conference, K. Kovar, U. Tappeiner, N.E. Peters, and R.G. Craig, IAHS Publication No. 248, p. 33-38. (I performed some of the research, wrote sections of text, and served as an editor.)

84. Dettinger, M.D., Cayan, D.R., McCabe, Jr., G.J., and Marengo, J.A., 1998. Multiscale hydrological variability associated with El Nino/Southern Oscillation: Chapter V in El Nino-Southern Oscillation: Multi-Scale Variability on Decade-to-Century Time Scales of Climate Variability, Natl. Res. Council, 133-151.

85. Legates, D.R., and McCabe, G.J., 1999. Evaluating the “Goodness-of-Fit” of Hydrologic and Hydroclimatic Models: Water Resources Research, v. 35, p. 233-241. (I performed a large part of the research, wrote sections of text, and served as an editor.) (one of the most cited papers published in Water Resources Research).

86. Diaz, H.F., and McCabe, G.J., 1999. A Possible Connection Between the Yellow Fever Epidemic in the Southern United States and the 1877-78 El Nino Episode: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, v. 80, p. 21-27. (I performed a large part of the research, wrote sections of text, and served as an editor.)

87. Wolock, D.M., and, McCabe, G.J., 1999. Explaining Spatial Variability in Annual Runoff in the Conterminous United States: Climate Research, v. 11, p. 149-159. (I performed a large part of the research, wrote sections of text, and served as an editor.)

88. McCabe, G.J., and Dettinger, M.D., 1999. Decadal Variability in the Strength of ENSO Teleconnections with Precipitation in the Western United States: Proceedings of the Pacific Climate Workshop, PACLIM, Santa Catalina, California, p. 69-78.

89. McCabe, G.J., and Wolock, D.M., 1999. General-Circulation-Model Simulations of Future Snowpack Conditions in the Western United States: Proceedings, Specialty Conference on Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change to Water Resources of the United States, American Water Resources Association, Atlanta, Georgia, p. 123-127. (INVITED)

90. Wolock, D.M., and McCabe, G.J., 1999. Simulated Effects of Climate Change on Mean Annual Runoff in the Conterminous United States: Proceedings, Specialty Conference on Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change to Water Resources of the United States, American Water Resources Association, Atlanta, Georgia, p. 161-164. (INVITED, performed much of the research, writing and editing of the paper.)

91. McCabe, G.J., and Dettinger, M.D., 1999. Decadal Variability in the Strength of ENSO Teleconnections with Precipitation in the Western United States: International Journal of Climatology, v. 19, p. 1399-1410.

92. McCabe, G.J., and Wolock, D.M., 1999. Future Snowpack Conditions in the Western United States Derived from General Circulation Model Climate Simulations: Journal of the American Water Resources Association, v. 35, p. 1473-1484. (INVITED)

93. Wolock, D.M., and McCabe, G.J., 1999. Effects of Potential Climatic Change on Annual Runoff in the Conterminous United States: Journal of the American Water Resources Association, v. 35, p. 1341-1350. (INVITED, I performed much of the research, writing and editing of the paper.)

94. McCabe, G.J., Fountain, A.G., and Dyurgerov, M., 2000. Variability in Winter Mass Balance of Northern Hemisphere Glaciers and Relations with Atmospheric Circulation: Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, v. 32, p. 64-72.

95. McCabe, G.J., and Dettinger, M.D., 2000. North Pacific Modulation of ENSO Teleconnections with Winter Precipitation in the Western United States: Proceedings, International Workshop on River Environments Considering Hydraulic and Hydrologic Phenomena in Snowy and Cold Regions, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Japan Society of Civil Engineering, Quebec, Canada, p. 7- 11. (INVITED)

96. Diaz, H.F., and McCabe, G.J., 2000. A Possible Connection Between the 1878 Yellow Fever Epidemic in the Southern United States and the 1877-1878 El Niño Episode: Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop, Two Harbors, Santa Catalina, California, May 24- 27, 1999, p. 35-40. (I performed much of the research, writing and editing of the paper.)

97. Wolock, D.M., and McCabe, G.J., 2000. Differences in Topographic Characteristics Computed from 100- and 1000-meter Resolution Digital Elevation Model Data: Hydrological Processes, v. 14, p. 987- 1002. (I performed much of the research, writing and editing of the paper.)

98. Dettinger. M.D., Cayan, D.R., McCabe, G.J., and Redmond, K.T., 2000. Winter-Spring 2001 United States Streamflow Probabilities based on Anticipated Neutral ENSO Conditions and Recent NPO Status: Experimental Long-Lead Forecast Bulletin, v. 9. (I helped develop the relations used to create the forecast model and helped write and edit parts of the manuscript.)

99. Dettinger, M.D., Cayan, D.R., McCabe, G.J., and Marengo, J.A., 2000. Multiscale Streamflow Variability Associated with El Nino/Southern Oscillation: Chapter 4 in Diaz, H.F., and Markgraf, V. (eds.), El Nino and the Southern Oscillation-- Multiscale Variability, Global and Regional Impacts, Cambridge University Press, p. 114-147. (I performed some of the research, and wrote and edited various sections of the manuscript.) (INVITED)

100. Dettinger, M.D., Battisti, D.S., Garreaud, R.D. McCabe, G.J., and Bitz, C.M., 2001. Interhemispheric Effects of Interannual and Decadal ENSO-Like Climate Variations on the Americas: In: Markgraf, V. (ed.), Present and Past Inter-Hemispheric Climate Linkages in the Americas and their Societal Effects, Cambridge University Press, p. 1-16. (I performed some of the research, and wrote and edited various sections of the manuscript.) (INVITED)

101. McCabe, G.J., Clark, M.P., and Serreze, M.C., 2001. Trends in Northern Hemisphere Surface Cyclone Frequency and Intensity. Journal of Climate, v. 14, p. 2763-2768. (highlighted in News Focus section of Science, v. 292, p. 2241, 2001).

102. Clark, M.P., Serreze, M., and McCabe, G.J., 2001. Historical Effects of El Nino and La Nina Events on the Seasonal Evolution of the Montane Snowpack in the Columbia and Colorado River Basins: Water Resources Research, v. 37, p. 741-757. (I performed part of the research and wrote and edited various sections of the manuscript).

103. McCabe, G.J., and Dettinger, M.D., 2002. Primary Modes and Predictability of Year-to-Year Snowpack Variations in the Western United States From Teleconnections With Pacific Ocean Climate: Journal of Hydrometeorology, v. 3, p.13-25. (This paper was selected for the Papers of Note section in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, v. 83, p. 176, 2002.)

104. McCabe, G.J., and Wolock, D.M., 2002. Trends and Effects of Increased Temperature on Moisture Conditions in the Conterminous United States: Climate Research, v. 20, p. 19-29. (highlighted in World Climate Report, vol. 7, no. 14, 2002)

105. McCabe, G.J., and Muller, R.A., 2002. Effects of ENSO on New Orleans Weather Type Frequencies and Properties. Climate Research, v. 20, p. 95-105.

106. McCabe, G.J., and Dettinger, M.D., 2002. North Pacific Ocean Connection to Western U.S. Snowfall.   Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, v. 83, p. 176. (INVITED)

107. McCabe, G.J., and Dettinger, M.D., 2002. Primary Modes and Predictability of Year-to-Year Snowpack Variations in the Western United States From Teleconnections With Pacific Ocean Climate. Proceedings of the 18th Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop, J. West, and L.D. Buffaloe, (eds.), Pacific Grove, California, March, 2001, p. 47-56.
 

108. Markstrom, S. L., McCabe, G.J., David, O., 2002. Web-Based Distribution of Geo-Scientific Models. Computers and Geoscience, v. 28, p. 577-581. (I wrote the original program code and wrote and edited various sections of the text.)

109. Hay, L.E., and McCabe, G.J., 2002. Spatial Variability in Water Balance Performance in the Conterminous United States: Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 38: 847-860. 31 p. (I performed the water-balance analyses and wrote and edited sections of the manuscript.)

110. McCabe, G.J., and Wolock, D.M., 2002. A Step Increase in Streamflow in the Conterminous United States. Geophysical Research Letters, 29:2185. (selected for Journal Highlights by EOS)

111. McCabe, G.J., and Wolock, D.M., 2003. Is Streamflow Increasing in the Conterminous United States? Proceedings, 19th Annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop, Pacific Grove, California, March, 2002, p. 93-98.

112. Clark, M.P., Hay, L.E., McCabe, G.J., Leavesley, G.H., Serreze, M.C., and Wilby, R.L., 2003. Use of Weather and Climate Information in Forecasting Water Supply in the Western United States. Water and Climate in the Western United States, Lewis, W.M., (ed.), University of Colorado Press, Boulder, Colorado, p. 69-92. (I performed some of the research and wrote and edited a portion of the text.) (INVITED)

113. Meier, M., Dyurgerov, M., and McCabe, G., 2003. The Health of Glaciers: Recent Changes in Glacier Regime. Climatic Change, v. 59, p. 123-135.  (I performed some of the research and wrote and edited a portion of the text.) (INVITED)

114. Cayan, D., Dettinger, M., Redmond, K., McCabe, G., Knowles, N., and Peterson, D., 2003. The Transboundary Setting of California’s Water and Hydropower Systems--Linkages Between the Sierra Nevada, Columbia River, and Colorado River Hydroclimates, in Diaz, H.F., and Woodhouse, B.(eds), Climate and Transboundary Issues. 25 p. (I performed analyses of the hydropower data and helped write and edited the manuscript.) (INVITED)

115. McCabe, G.J., and Bunnell, J., 2004. Precipitation and the Occurrence of Lyme Disease in the Northeastern United States. Vector Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, v. 4, p.143-148.

116. McCabe, G.J., Palecki, M.A., and Betancourt, J.L., 2004. Pacific and Atlantic Ocean Influences on Multi- Decadal Drought Frequency in the Conterminous United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 101, p. 4136-4141. (This work was referenced in an article that appeared in Time magazine, was the basis of an invitation to participate in a USGS podcast, was the subject of a National FOX NEWS story, and was part of a documentary for the National Geographic Channel.)

117. Webb, R.H., McCabe, G.J., Lins, H., Herreford, R., and Wilkowske, C., 2004, Climatic Fluctuations, Drought, and Flow in the Colorado River, U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet, FS2004- 3090, 4p.  (I wrote and edited a large portion of the text.)

118. Battaglin, W., Hay, L., McCabe, G., Nanjappa, P., and Gallant, A., 2005. Climate patterns as predictors of amphibian species richness and indicators of potential stress. Alytes, v. 22, p. 146-167.  (I performed some of the research and wrote and edited a portion of the text.)

119. McCabe, G.J., and Clark, M.P., 2005. Trends and Variability in Snowmelt runoff in the Western United States, Journal of Hydrometeorology, v. 6, p. 476-482.

120. Legates, D.R., Lins, H.F., and McCabe, G.J., 2005. Comments on "Evidence for global runoff increase related to climate warming" by Labat et al., Advances in Water Resources, v.28, p. 1310-1315.  (I wrote and edited a large portion of the text.)

121. Webb, R.H., Hereford, R., and McCabe, G.J., 2005. Climatic fluctuations, drought, and flow in the Colorado River, in Gloss, S.P., J.E. Lovich, and T.S. Melis (eds.), The State of the Colorado River Ecosystem in Grand Canyon, U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1282, p. 59-69.  (I wrote and edited a portion of the text.) (INVITED)

122. Legates, D.R., and McCabe, G.J., 2005. A re-evaluation of the average annual global water balance. Physical Geography, v. 26, 467-479.  (I performed most of the research and wrote and edited a portion of the text.)

123. Dyurgerov, M., and McCabe, G.J., 2006. Associations between accelerated glacier mass wastage and increased summer temperature. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. v. 38, p. 190-197.  (I performed some of the research and wrote and edited a portion of the text.)

124. McCabe, G.J., and Palecki, M.A., 2006. Multidecadal climate variability of global lands and oceans. International Journal of Climatology, v. 26, 849-865.

125. McCabe, G.J., and Clark, M.P. 2006. Shifting co-variability of North American summer monsoon precipitation with antecedent winter precipitation. International Journal of Climatology, v. 26, p. 991-999.

126. Clark, M.P., Slater, A.G., Barrett, A.P., Rajagopalan, B.,  McCabe, G.J., Hay, L.E., and Leavesley, G.H.,  2006. Assimilation of snow covered area information into hydrologic and land-surface models, Advances in Water Resources., v. 29, p. 1209-1221. (I wrote and edited a portion of the text, this paper is in the top 25 of most downloaded articles at Advances in Water Resources)

127. McCabe, G.J., and Hay, L.E., 2006. Hydroclimatic aspects of the Upper Klamath River Basin. Proceedings, Federal Inter-Agency Hydrologic Modeling Conference, Reno, Nevada, published as a CD-ROM.

128. McCabe, G.J., Betancourt, J.L., and Hidalgo, H.G., 2007. Associations of decadal to multidecadal sea- surface temperature variability with Upper Colorado River flow. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 43, 183-192.

129. McCabe, G.J., Clark, M.P. and Hay, L.E., 2007. Rain-on-snow events in the western United States. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 88:319-328.

130. McCabe, G.J., and Markstrom, S.L., 2007. A Monthly Water-Balance Model Driven By a Graphical User Interface. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File report 2007-1088, 6 p.

131. McCabe, G.J., Palecki, M.A., and Betancourt, J.L., 2007. Ocean Influences on Multi-Decadal Drought Frequency in the Conterminous United States, Proceedings of the 21st Annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) workshop, 69-73. (INVITED)

132. McCabe, G. J., and Wolock D.M., 2007. Warming may create substantial water supply shortages in the Colorado River basin, Geophysical Research Letters, 34, L22708, doi:10.1029/2007GL031764. (mentioned in a “Search and Discovery” article in Physics Today (April 2008) on climate change,
    also resulted in a press conference with USGS Director Mark Myers in April 2008 and was the focus of a congressional briefing in June 2008. This paper also was featured on the USGS homepage. This research also was featured in a story published in an issue of Scientific American).

133. McCabe, G.J., Betancourt, J.L., Gray, S.T., Palecki, M.A., and Hidalgo, H.G., 2008. Associations of multi-decadal sea-surface temperature variability with U.S. drought. Quaternary International,  188:31-40. (INVITED)

134. McCabe, G.J., and Wolock, D.M., 2008. Warming and implications for water supply in the Colorado River Basin, Proceedings of the 2008 World Environmental and Water Congress, American Society of Civil Engineers. (INVITED)

135. Hay, L.E., and McCabe, G.J., 2008. Hydrologic effects of climate change in the Yukon River Basin, Proceedings of the 2008 World Environmental and Water Congress, American Society of Civil Engineers. (INVITED) (I performed the water balance analyses, wrote and edited a substantial portion of the text.)

136. McCabe, G.J., and Wolock, D.M., 2008. Joint Variability of Global Runoff and Global Sea-Surface Temperatures, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 9:816-824.

137. Hay, L.E., McCabe, G.J., Clark, M.P., and Risley, J., 2009, Reducing streamflow forecast uncertainty:  application and qualitative assessment of the Upper Klamath River Basin, Oregon, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 45:580-596. (I performed the climate analyses and wrote and edited a substantial portion of the text.)

138. McCabe, G.J., and Wolock, D.M., 2009, Recent declines in western US snowpack in the context of 20th century climate variability, Earth Interactions, 13, 12 p.

139. Apipattanavis, S., McCabe, G.J., Rajagopalan, B., and Gangopadhyay, S., 2009, Joint spatio-temporal variability of global sea-surface temperatures and global PDSI, Journal of Climate, 22:6251-6267. (I performed some of the analyses and wrote and edited a significant portion of the text.)

140. McCabe, G.J., 2009, Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation, in S.I. Dutch (ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Warming, Salem Press, Pasadena, California, p. 94-96. (INVITED)

141. McCabe, G.J., and D.M. Wolock, 2010, Long-term variability in Northern Hemisphere snow cover and associations with warmer winters, Climatic Change, 99:141-153.

142. Hay, L.E., and McCabe, G.J., 2010, Hydrologic Effects of Climate Change on the Yukon River Basin, Climatic Change, 100:509-523.(I performed the water balance analyses, wrote and edited a substantial portion of the text.)

143. McCabe, G.J., Legates, D.R., and Lins, H.F., 2010, Variability and trends in dry day frequency and dry event length in the southwestern United States, Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 115, doi:10.1029/2009JD012866.

144. Gangopadhyay, S., and McCabe, G.J., 2010, Predicting regime shifts in flow of the Colorado River, Geophysical Research Letters, 37, L20706, doi:10.1029/2010GL044513. (I did some of the analyses, wrote and edited sections of the paper.)

145. Gray, S.T., and McCabe, G.J., 2010, Combined water balance and tree-ring approaches to understanding the potential hydrologic effects of climate change on the Yellowstone River, Water Resources Research, v. 46, W05513, doi:10.1029/2008WR007650.  (I performed the water balance analyses, wrote and edited a substantial portion of the text.)

146. McCabe, G.J. and Wolock, D.M., 2011, Century-scale variability in global annual runoff examined using a water balance model, International Journal of Climatology, 31:1739–1748, doi: 10.1002/joc.2198.

147. McCabe, G.J., and D.M. Wolock, 2011, Independent effects of temperature and precipitation on modeled runoff for the conterminous US. Water Resources Research, 47, doi:10.1029/2011WR010630.

148. Wolkovich, E.M., B.I. Cook, J.M. Allen, T.M. Crimmins, S. Travers, S. Pau, J. Regetz, T. J. Davies, J. L. Betancourt, N. J. B. Kraft, T. R. Ault, K. Bolmgren, S. J. Mazer, G. J. McCabe, B. J. McGill, C. Parmesan, N. Salamin, M. D. Schwartz, and E. E. Cleland, 2012, Warming experiments under-predict plant phenological responses to climate change. Nature 485: 494-497,  doi:10.1038/nature11014. (I helped edit and respond to review comments.)

149. Evenson, E.J., Orndorff, R.C., Blome, C.D., Bohlke, J.K., Herschberger, P.K., Langenheim, V.E., McCabe, G.J., Morlock, S.E., Reeves, H.W., Verdin, J.P., Weyers, H.S., and Wood, T.M., 2012, Strategic directions for U.S. Geological Survey water science, 2012–2022—Observing, understanding, predicting, and delivering water science to the Nation: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2012–1066, 42 p. (I helped with the development of the outline of the report, wrote sections of the report, edited sections of the report, and helped respond to numerous review comments.)

150. McCabe, G.J., Ault, T.R., Cook, B.I., Betancourt, J.L., and Schwartz, M.D., 2012, Influences of ENSO and PDO on the timing of North American Spring,  International Journal of Climatology, 32: 2301–2310, doi: 10.1002/joc.3400.

151. Cook, B.I., E.M. Wolkovich, T.J. Davies, T.R. Ault, J.L. Betancourt, J.M. Allen, K. Bolmgren, E.E. Cleland, T.M. Crimmins, N. J. B. Kraft, L.T. Lancaster, S.J. Mazer, G.J. McCabe, B.J. McGill1, C. Parmesan, S. Pau1, J. Regetz, N. Salamin, M.D. Schwartz, S.E. Travers, 2012, Sensitivity of spring phenology to temperature and precipitation cues in species-rich communities and observational networks, Ecosystems. 15: 1283-1294, doi:10.1007/s10021-012-9584-5. (I helped write text, edit, and respond to review comments.)

152. Comrie, A.C., and G.J. McCabe, 2013, Global air temperature variability independent of sea-surface temperature influences. Progress in Physical Geography, 37: 29-35, doi: 10.1177/0309133312460074.  (I helped to conceive the objectives of the paper, performed the analyses, and wrote and edited text, and responded to review comments.)

153. Legates, D.R., G.J. McCabe, 2013, A refined index of model performance: a rejoinder. International Journal of Climatology, 33: 1053-1056, doi: 10.1002/joc.3487. (I performed the analyses and helped write and edit the paper.)

154. McCabe, G.J., and A.F. Fountain, 2013, Glacier variability in the western United States during the twentieth century. Climatic Change, 116: 565-577, doi: 10.1007/s10584-012-0502-9.

155. Peterson, T.C., R.R. Heim, Jr., R. Hirsch, D.P. Kaiser, H. Brooks, N. S. Diffenbaugh, R. M. Dole, J. P. Giovannettone, K. Guirguis, T. R. Karl, R. W. Katz, K. Kunkel, D. Lettenmaier, G. J. McCabe, C. J. Paciorek, K. R. Ryberg, S. Schubert, V. B. S. Silva, B. C. Stewart, A. V. Vecchia, G. Villarini, R. S. Vose, J. Walsh, M. Wehner, D. Wolock, K. Wolter, C. A. Woodhouse, and D. Wuebbles, 2013, Monitoring and understanding changes in heat waves, cold waves, floods, and droughts in the United States: State of knowledge, 2013, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 94: 821-834, doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-12-00066.1. (I contributed to the outline of the paper, contributed text and figures for a section on streamflow trends, helped edit the paper, helped respond to review comments.) (one of the 10 most read papers published by the American Meteorological Society during 2013).

156. Pederson, G., J.L. Betancourt, and G.J. McCabe, 2013, Regional patterns and proximal causes of the recent snowpack decline in the Rocky Mountains, USA. Geophysical Research Letters, 40:1-6, doi:10.1002/grl.50424 . (I helped design the project, performed analyses, wrote sections of the text, edited text, and responded to review comments.)

157. McCabe, G.J. and D. M. Wolock, 2013, Temporal and spatial variability of the global water balance. Climatic Change. 120:375–387.  

158. McCabe, G.J., J.L. Betancourt, G.T. Pederson, and M.D. Schwartz, 2013, Variability common to first leaf dates and snowpack in the western conterminous United States, Earth Interactions, 17, doi: 10.1175/2013EI000549.1.

159. Davies, T.J., E.M. Wolkovich, N.J.B. Kraft, N. Salamin, J.M. Allen, T.R. Ault, J.L. Betancourt, K. Bolmgren, E.E. Cleland, B.I. Cook, Y.M. Crimmins, S.J. Mazer, G.J. McCabe, B.J. McGill, C. Parmesan, S. Pau, J. Regetz, M.D. Schwartz, and S. Travers, 2013, Phylogenetic conservatism in plant phenology. Journal of Ecology, doi: 10.1111/1365-2745.12154. (I helped edit text and respond to review comments.)

160. McCabe, G.J., and D. M. Wolock, 2014, Variability Common to Global Sea-Surface Temperatures and Runoff in the Conterminous United States, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 15, 714–725. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JHM-D-13-097.1.

161. Vano, J.A., B. Udall, D.R. Cayan, J.T. Overpeck, L.D. Brekke, T. Das, H.C. Hartmann, H.G. Hidalgo, M. Hoerling, G.J. McCabe, K. Morino, R.S. Webb, K. Werner, D.P. Lettenmaier, 2014, Understanding Uncertainties in Future Colorado River Streamflow, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 95, 59–78. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-12-00228.1. (I helped with the water balance analyses and wrote/sections of text).  
 




                           

My Science Topics


Science Topic
Subtopic
Hydrologic Processeshydrology
Hydrologic Processesrunoff
Hydrologic Processesstreamflow
Water Resourcesdroughts
Water Resourcesfloods
Water Resourcesrunoff
Water Resourcesstreamflow
Water Resourcessurface water
Water Resourceswater budget



My USGS Science Strategy Areas

Climate Variability & Change

Hydroclimatology

PROBLEM: Climate displays an often unrecognized order in both time and space. What may appear as a random sequence of precipitation at a point or within a watershed is actually the local expression of a broad integrated system of weather processes that are active on scales of 100’s to 1000’s of kilometers. Only when climate forcings and hydrologic responses are considered from a regional perspective does the order become evident. Understanding these regional processes provides a sound basis for national, regional, and local hydrologic analysis, resource management, and hazard assessment/mitigation.

OBJECTIVES: (1) to identify and quantify relations between large-scale atmospheric circulation and sur­face hydrologic variables (e.g. precipitation, snow, streamflow), (2) development of improved precipita­tion-runoff models, and (3) examination of the effects of climatic variability and change on water resources.

 APPROACH: The general approach is to develop and use conceptual and empirical models that char­acterize the relations between atmospheric/oceanic conditions and surface hydrologic processes. For example, statistical models are used to study relations between North Pacific Ocean climate processes and hydro­climatic variables in the United States. Conceptual hydrologic models are used to describe and explain the spatial and temporal variability of the water balance. The understanding of the hydro-climate gained from these modeling stud­ies provides a base of knowledge of the relations between climatic and hydrologic variables that improves hydrologic prediction and water resources management.


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