Michael Richman
Michael Richman
Professor of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma
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Rotation of principal components
MB Richman
Journal of climatology 6 (3), 293-335, 1986
On the application of cluster analysis to growing season precipitation data in North America east of the Rockies
X Gong, MB Richman
Journal of climate 8 (4), 897-931, 1995
Obliquely rotated principal components: An improved meteorological map typing technique?
MB Richman
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 20 (10), 1145-1159, 1981
Climatic pattern analysis of three-and seven-day summer rainfall in the central United States: Some methodological considerations and a regionalization
MB Richman, PJ Lamb
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 24 (12), 1325-1343, 1985
Climate regionalization and rotation of principal components
D White, M Richman, B Yarnal
International Journal of Climatology 11 (1), 1-25, 1991
Potential effects of climate change on aquatic ecosystems of the Great Plains of North America
AP Covich, SC Fritz, PJ Lamb, RD Marzolf, WJ Matthews, KA Poiani, ...
Hydrological Processes 11 (8), 993-1021, 1997
Euclidean distance as a similarity metric for principal component analysis
KL Elmore, MB Richman
Monthly weather review 129 (3), 540-549, 2001
An observational study of derecho-producing convective systems
MC Coniglio, DJ Stensrud, MB Richman
Weather and forecasting 19 (2), 320-337, 2004
Spatial coherence of monthly precipitation in the United States
JE Walsh, MB Richman, DW Allen
Monthly Weather Review 110 (4), 272-286, 1982
Can principal component analysis provide atmospheric circulation or teleconnection patterns?
RH Compagnucci, MB Richman
International Journal of Climatology: A Journal of the Royal Meteorological …, 2008
Observed nonlinearities of monthly teleconnections between tropical Pacific sea surface temperature anomalies and central and eastern North American precipitation
DL Montroy, MB Richman, PJ Lamb
Journal of Climate 11 (7), 1812-1835, 1998
Interannual variability of tropical cyclones in the Australian region: Role of large-scale environment
HA Ramsay, LM Leslie, PJ Lamb, MB Richman, M Leplastrier
Journal of Climate 21 (5), 1083-1103, 2008
Seasonality in the associations between surface temperatures over the United States and the North Pacific Ocean
JE Walsh, MB Richman
Monthly Weather Review 109 (4), 767-783, 1981
Synoptic composites of tornadic and nontornadic outbreaks
AE Mercer, CM Shafer, CA Doswell III, LM Leslie, MB Richman
Monthly Weather Review 140 (8), 2590-2608, 2012
Objective classification of tornadic and nontornadic severe weather outbreaks
AE Mercer, CM Shafer, CA Doswell, LM Leslie, MB Richman
Monthly Weather Review 137 (12), 4355-4368, 2009
Relationships between the definition of the hyperplane width to the fidelity of principal component loading patterns
MB Richman, X Gong
Journal of Climate 12 (6), 1557-1576, 1999
Workshop on indices and indicators for climate extremes, Asheville, NC, USA, 3–6 June 1997 breakout group C: temperature indices for climate extremes
CK Folland, C Miller, D Bader, M Crowe, P Jones, N Plummer, M Richman, ...
Climatic Change 42, 31-43, 1999
Weekly precipitation cycles? Lack of evidence from United States surface stations
DM Schultz, S Mikkonen, A Laaksonen, MB Richman
Geophysical research letters 34 (22), 2007
Missing data imputation through machine learning algorithms
MB Richman, TB Trafalis, I Adrianto
Artificial intelligence methods in the environmental sciences, 153-169, 2009
Pattern analysis of growing season precipitation in southern Canada
MB Richman, PJ Lamb
Atmosphere-Ocean 25 (2), 137-158, 1987
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