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Refereed Publications

1. J. Khanna, K. H. Cook and E. K. Vizy, Opposite sensitivity to climate change-induced surface warming trends in dry and wet regions in the tropics and subtropics. International Journal of Climatology, March (2020).
2. J. Khanna, D. Medvigy, G. Fisch, TTAT Neves, Regional hydroclimatic variability due to contemporary deforestation in southern Amazonia and associated boundary layer characteristics. Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, doi:10.1002/2017JD027888, (2018)
3. J. Khanna, D. Medvigy, S. Fueglistaler and R. Walko, Regional dry-season climate changes due to three decades of Amazonian deforestation. Nature Climate Change, 7, 200-204, doi: 10.1038/nclimate3226, (2017)
4. R. M. Nagare, P. Bhattacharya, J. Khanna, and R. A. Schincariol, Coupled cellular automata for frozen soil processes, SOIL, 1, 103-116, doi:10.5194/soil-1-103-2015, (2015)
5. J. Khanna, D. Medvigy, Strong control of surface roughness variations on the simulated dry season regional atmospheric response to contemporary deforestation in Rondonia, Brazil., Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 119, 13, 067-13,078, doi:10.1002/2014JD022278, (2014)
6. J. Khanna, J. Bandoro, R. J. Sica, C. T. McElroy, New technique for retrieval of atmospheric temperature profiles from Rayleigh-scatter lidar measurements using nonlinear inversion, Applied Optics. 51, 33, 7945-7952, doi:10.1364/AO.51.007945, (2012) 

Conferences

1. J. Khanna, B. Lintner, D. Adams, L Silva. Links Between Vertical Distribution of Moisture and Convective Frequency and Intensity in the Amazon Rain Forest. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. A33A-06, (dec 2019)
2. J. Khanna, K. Cook and E. Vizy. Wet and dry tropical/subtropical regions show opposite sensitivities to observed greenhouse gas warming. 31st Conference on Climate Variability and Change, AMS Annual Meeting, Austin, USA. 537 (jan 2018)
3. K. Cook, E. Vizy and J. Khanna. One Drier, One Wetter: A Tale of Two Rainforests. 31st Conference on Climate Variability and Change, AMS Annual Meeting, Austin, USA. 17B.1 (jan 2018)
4. J. Khanna and D. Medvigy. Land use induced hydroclimatic variability over large de- forested areas in southern Amazon rainforest. AGU Fall Meeting, New Orleans, USA. A41M-06 (dec 2017)
5. D. Medvigy and J. Khanna. Regional hydroclimatic impacts of contemporary Amazonian deforestation and their spatiotemporal variability – An integrated study using remotely sensed data and numerical tools. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. H31I-04, (dec 2016)
6. J. Khanna, D. Medvigy, S. Fueglistaler and R. Walko. Regional hydro-climatic changes due to three decades of Amazonian deforestation. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. B31A-0535, (dec 2015)
7. J. Khanna, and D. Medvigy. Surface roughness variations control the regional atmospheric response to contemporary scale deforestation in Rondonia, Brazil. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria. 4145, (april 2015)
8. J. Khanna, and D. Medvigy. Surface roughness variations control the regional atmospheric response to contemporary deforestation in Rondonia, Brazil. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. GC13J-0822, (dec 2014)
9. J. Khanna, and D. Medvigy. Costs and benefits of simulating the hydro-climatological effects of Amazonian deforestation at different resolutions. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. A33E-0268, (dec 2013)
10. J. Khanna, and D. Medvigy. Links between land use change and recent dry season droughts in Amazonia. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. H54B-05, (dec 2012).
11. J. Khanna, R. J. Sica, and C. T. McElroy. Atmospheric temperature retrievals from lidar measurements using techniques of non-linear mathematical inversion. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. SA51B-1935, (dec 2011)
12. R. Wing, et al. First results from the relocated and enhanced Purple Crow lidar. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. SA51B-1945, (dec 2011)
13. R. J. Sica, et al. The new and improved Purple Crow lidar. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, USA. A11A-0027, (dec 2010)

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