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Chiang, John

TitleGeological Scientist Faculty
InstitutionLawrence Berkeley National Lab
DepartmentClimate & Ecosystems
Address1 Cyclotron Road
Berkeley CA 94720
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    1. Cvijanovic I, Santer BD, Bonfils C, Lucas DD, Chiang J, Zimmerman S. Future loss of Arctic sea-ice cover could drive a substantial decrease in California's rainfall. Nat Commun. 2017 Dec 05; 8(1):1947. PMID: 29209024.
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    2. Rhodes RH, Brook EJ, Chiang J, Blunier T, Maselli OJ, McConnell JR, Romanini D, Severinghaus JP. Paleoclimate. Enhanced tropical methane production in response to iceberg discharge in the North Atlantic. Science. 2015 May 29; 348(6238):1016-9. PMID: 26023138.
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    3. Cai Y, Fung IY, Edwards RL, An Z, Cheng H, Lee JE, Tan L, Shen CC, Wang X, Day JA, Zhou W, Kelly MJ, Chiang J. Variability of stalagmite-inferred Indian monsoon precipitation over the past 252,000 y. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2015 Mar 10; 112(10):2954-9. PMID: 25713347; PMCID: PMC4364182.
    4. Swann AL, Fung IY, Chiang J. Mid-latitude afforestation shifts general circulation and tropical precipitation. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2012 Jan 17; 109(3):712-6. PMID: 22190490; PMCID: PMC3271929.
    5. Chiang J, Koutavas A. Climate change: tropical flip-flop connections. Nature. 2004 Dec 09; 432(7018):684-5. PMID: 15592397.
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