Mr. Mukund Rao
Graduate Student , Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences (DEES) , Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO) , The Earth Institute
- Using tree-rings to understand long-term climate and streamflow variability.
- Climate, ecosystem, and societal interactions, focussing on pastoral nomadic herding communities in the Mongolian forest-steppe.
- Statistical methods of reconstructing past climate.
Complete list of publications:
9 PUBLICATIONS ON COLUMBIA | ACADEMIC COMMONS
- A double bootstrap approach to Superposed Epoch Analysis to evaluate response uncertainty
- Investigating the Causes of Increased Twentieth-Century Fall Precipitation over the Southeastern United States
- Six Centuries of Upper Indus Basin Streamflow Variability and Its Climatic Drivers
- Strip‐Bark Morphology and Radial Growth Trends in Ancient Pinus sibirica Trees From Central Mongolia
- Comparing proxy and model estimates of hydroclimate variability and change over the Common Era
- European and Mediterranean hydroclimate responses to tropical volcanic forcing over the last millennium
- Karakorum temperature out of phase with hemispheric trends for the past five centuries
- A long-term context (931–2005 C.E.) for rapid warming over Central Asia
- Dzuds, droughts, and livestock mortality in Mongolia