Trevor Murdock
Trevor Murdock
Climate Scientist, University of Victoria
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ClimateWNA—high-resolution spatial climate data for western North America
T Wang, A Hamann, DL Spittlehouse, TQ Murdock
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 51 (1), 16-29, 2012
Bias correction of GCM precipitation by quantile mapping: How well do methods preserve changes in quantiles and extremes?
AJ Cannon, SR Sobie, TQ Murdock
Journal of Climate 28 (17), 6938-6959, 2015
Downscaling extremes—an intercomparison of multiple statistical methods for present climate
G Bürger, TQ Murdock, AT Werner, SR Sobie, AJ Cannon
Journal of Climate 25 (12), 4366-4388, 2012
A comprehensive, high-resolution database of historical and projected climate surfaces for western North America
A Hamann, T Wang, DL Spittlehouse, TQ Murdock
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94 (9), 1307-1309, 2013
The role of forest genetic resources in responding to biotic and abiotic factors in the context of anthropogenic climate change
RI Alfaro, B Fady, GG Vendramin, IK Dawson, RA Fleming, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 333, 76-87, 2014
Hydro-climatology and future climate impacts in British Columbia
DR Rodenhuis, KE Bennett, AT Werner, TQ Murdock, D Bronaugh
Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, University of Victoria, Victoria BC 132, 2007
Downscaling extremes: an intercomparison of multiple methods for future climate
G Bürger, SR Sobie, AJ Cannon, AT Werner, TQ Murdock
Journal of Climate 26 (10), 3429-3449, 2013
Planning for climate change adaptation: lessons learned from a community-based workshop
IM Picketts, AT Werner, TQ Murdock, J Curry, SJ Déry, D Dyer
Environmental science & policy 17, 82-93, 2012
Paleoclimatic response of the closing of the Isthmus of Panama in a coupled ocean‐atmosphere model
TQ Murdock, AJ Weaver, AF Fanning
Geophysical Research Letters 24 (3), 253-256, 1997
Selecting and using climate change scenarios for British Columbia
TQ Murdock, DL Spittlehouse
Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, 39, 2011
Climate change and watershed hydrology: Part I–Recent and projected changes in British Columbia
RG Pike, DL Spittlehouse, KE Bennett, VN Egginton, PJ Tschaplinski, ...
Streamline Watershed Management Bulletin 11 (2), 1-8, 2008
Pest outbreak distribution and forest management impacts in a changing climate in British Columbia
TQ Murdock, SW Taylor, A Flower, A Mehlenbacher, A Montenegro, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 26, 75-89, 2013
Indices of Canada’s future climate for general and agricultural adaptation applications
G Li, X Zhang, AJ Cannon, T Murdock, S Sobie, F Zwiers, K Anderson, ...
Climatic Change 148 (1-2), 249-263, 2018
Preliminary analysis of climate change in the Cariboo-Chilcotin area of British Columbia
RJ Dawson, AT Werner, TQ Murdock, T Vold
Integrated Land Management Bureau, 2008
Using an ensemble of downscaled climate model projections to assess impacts of climate change on the potential distribution of spruce and Douglas-fir forests in British Columbia
A Flower, TQ Murdock, SW Taylor, FW Zwiers
Environmental science & policy 26, 63-74, 2013
Climate change in Prince George: summary of past trends and future projections
IM Picketts, A Werner, TQ Murdock
University of Northern British Columbia, 2009
Intercomparison of multiple statistical downscaling methods: multi-criteria model selection for South Korea
HI Eum, AJ Cannon, TQ Murdock
Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment 31 (3), 683-703, 2017
Preliminary analysis of climate variability and change in the Canadian Columbia River basin: Focus on water resources 2006
TQ Murdock, J Fraser, C Pearce
University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, 57pp, 2007
Climate extremes in the Canadian Columbia Basin: a preliminary assessment
TQ Murdock, SR Sobie
Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, University of Victoria, 2013
Canadian Columbia basin climate trends and projections: 2007–2010 update
TQ Murdock, AT Werner
Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium, Univ. Victoria, Victoria, BC, 2011
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