Journal of Hydrometeorology

(The TQCC of Journal of Hydrometeorology is 41. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
CMORPH: A Method that Produces Global Precipitation Estimates from Passive Microwave and Infrared Data at High Spatial and Temporal Resolution2110
Global Precipitation at One-Degree Daily Resolution from Multisatellite Observations1304
Estimates of Freshwater Discharge from Continents: Latitudinal and Seasonal Variations755
A Revised Hydrology for the ECMWF Model: Verification from Field Site to Terrestrial Water Storage and Impact in the Integrated Forecast System584
Contemporary Changes of the Hydrological Cycle over the Contiguous United States: Trends Derived from In Situ Observations422
Simulation of Global Land Surface Conditions from 1948 to 2004. Part I: Forcing Data and Evaluations357
Impact of a Statistical Bias Correction on the Projected Hydrological Changes Obtained from Three GCMs and Two Hydrology Models310
Reprocessed, Bias-Corrected CMORPH Global High-Resolution Precipitation Estimates from 1998239
A Global 9-yr Biophysical Land Surface Dataset from NOAA AVHRR Data239
The Representation of Snow in Land Surface Schemes: Results from PILPS 2(d)225
Global Soil Moisture from Satellite Observations, Land Surface Models, and Ground Data: Implications for Data Assimilation179
Skill and Global Trend Analysis of Soil Moisture from Reanalyses and Microwave Remote Sensing179
Estimating the Relative Uncertainties Sourced from GCMs and Hydrological Models in Modeling Climate Change Impact on Runoff176
Characterization of the Global Hydrologic Cycle from a Back-Trajectory Analysis of Atmospheric Water Vapor171
Estimating Spatial Sampling Errors in Coarse-Scale Soil Moisture Estimates Derived from Point-Scale Observations166
Fractal Distribution of Snow Depth from Lidar Data159
Global Hydroclimatological Teleconnections Resulting from Tropical Deforestation154
Winter Precipitation Patterns in Arctic Alaska Determined from a Blowing-Snow Model and Snow-Depth Observations149
GRACE-Based Estimates of Terrestrial Freshwater Discharge from Basin to Continental Scales145
Primary Modes and Predictability of Year-to-Year Snowpack Variations in the Western United States from Teleconnections with Pacific Ocean Climate143
From Near-Surface to Root-Zone Soil Moisture Using Different Assimilation Techniques140
Effects of Frozen Soil on Soil Temperature, Spring Infiltration, and Runoff: Results from the PILPS 2(d) Experiment at Valdai, Russia131
Effects of Vegetation Clumping on Two–Source Model Estimates of Surface Energy Fluxes from an Agricultural Landscape during SMACEX129
Experimental Quantification of the Sampling Uncertainty Associated with Measurements from PARSIVEL Disdrometers129
Trends in Land–Atmosphere Interactions from CMIP5 Simulations127
A Preliminary Study toward Consistent Soil Moisture from AMSR2124
Global Maps of Streamflow Characteristics Based on Observations from Several Thousand Catchments*119
Increasing Evapotranspiration from the Conterminous United States110
Using TRMM/TMI to Retrieve Surface Soil Moisture over the Southern United States from 1998 to 2002108
A Brief Evaluation of Precipitation from the North American Regional Reanalysis107
Coupled Dynamics of Photosynthesis, Transpiration, and Soil Water Balance. Part I: Upscaling from Hourly to Daily Level106
Extreme Water Deficit in Brazil Detected from Space102
Where Does the Iberian Peninsula Moisture Come From? An Answer Based on a Lagrangian Approach100
Extreme Rainfall in the Mediterranean: What Can We Learn from Observations?100
Improving Estimates of Heavy and Extreme Precipitation Using Daily Records from European Rain Gauges98
PERSIANN-MSA: A Precipitation Estimation Method from Satellite-Based Multispectral Analysis96
Estimating Large-Scale Precipitation Minus Evapotranspiration from GRACE Satellite Gravity Measurements94
A Methodology for Flash Drought Identification: Application of Flash Drought Frequency across the United States89
On Uncertainty in Global Terrestrial Evapotranspiration Estimates from Choice of Input Forcing Datasets*88
The Role of Local Moisture Recycling Evaluated Using Stable Isotope Data from over the Middle of the Tibetan Plateau during the Monsoon Season87
High-Resolution Rainfall Estimation from X-Band Polarimetric Radar Measurements85
From Near-Surface to Root-Zone Soil Moisture Using Year-Round Data83
Retrieval of an Available Water-Based Soil Moisture Proxy from Thermal Infrared Remote Sensing. Part I: Methodology and Validation83
New Vegetation Albedo Parameters and Global Fields of Soil Background Albedo Derived from MODIS for Use in a Climate Model78
PERSIANN-CNN: Precipitation Estimation from Remotely Sensed Information Using Artificial Neural Networks–Convolutional Neural Networks77
Can Precipitation and Temperature from Meteorological Reanalyses Be Used for Hydrological Modeling?76
Decadal Trends in Evaporation from Global Energy and Water Balances76
Observed Land–Atmosphere Coupling from Satellite Remote Sensing and Reanalysis76
Triple Collocation of Summer Precipitation Retrievals from SEVIRI over Europe with Gridded Rain Gauge and Weather Radar Data76
A Comparison of Precipitation Occurrence from the NCEP Stage IV QPE Product and the CloudSat Cloud Profiling Radar75
Elucidating Diverse Drought Characteristics from Two Meteorological Drought Indices (SPI and SPEI) in China74
Future Hydrological Regimes in the Upper Indus Basin: A Case Study from a High-Altitude Glacierized Catchment74
Rainfall in the Andean Páramo: New Insights from High-Resolution Monitoring in Southern Ecuador73
Confronting Weather and Climate Models with Observational Data from Soil Moisture Networks over the United States73
Estimating Rainfall Intensities from Weather Radar Data: The Scale-Dependency Problem73
Hydrologic Evaluation of Rainfall Estimates from Radar, Satellite, Gauge, and Combinations on Ft. Cobb Basin, Oklahoma71
Validation of GOES-Based Insolation Estimates Using Data from the U.S. Climate Reference Network70
Extreme Rainfall and Flooding from Supercell Thunderstorms69
Northwest Territories and Nunavut Snow Characteristics from a Subarctic Traverse: Implications for Passive Microwave Remote Sensing68
Comparing Evapotranspiration from Eddy Covariance Measurements, Water Budgets, Remote Sensing, and Land Surface Models over Canadaa,b66
Enhancement of Evaporation from a Large Northern Lake by the Entrainment of Warm, Dry Air66
A Method for Evaluating the Accuracy of Quantitative Precipitation Estimates from a Hydrologic Modeling Perspective65
Global Precipitation Estimates from Cross-Track Passive Microwave Observations Using a Physically Based Retrieval Scheme65
Intensification of Convective Rain Cells at Warmer Temperatures Observed from High-Resolution Weather Radar Data64
Intercomparisons of Rainfall Estimates from TRMM and GPM Multisatellite Products over the Upper Mekong River Basin64
Moisture Source Changes Contributed to Different Precipitation Changes over the Northern and Southern Tibetan Plateau63
Vegetative and Atmospheric Corrections for the Soil Moisture Retrieval from Passive Microwave Remote Sensing Data: Results from the Southern Great Plains Hydrology Experiment 199763
Dynamics of Terrestrial Water Storage Change from Satellite and Surface Observations and Modeling61
Water Balance in the Amazon Basin from a Land Surface Model Ensemble59
Rainfall Contributions from Precipitation Systems with Different Sizes, Convective Intensities, and Durations over the Tropics and Subtropics57
Impacts of High-Resolution Land Surface Initialization on Regional Sensible Weather Forecasts from the WRF Model57
A Comparison of Australian Open Water Body Evaporation Trends for Current and Future Climates Estimated from Class A Evaporation Pans and General Circulation Models57
Large-Scale Runoff from Landmasses: A Global Assessment of the Closure of the Hydrological and Atmospheric Water Balances*56
NCA-LDAS Land Analysis: Development and Performance of a Multisensor, Multivariate Land Data Assimilation System for the National Climate Assessment55
Assimilation of Remotely Sensed Leaf Area Index into the Noah-MP Land Surface Model: Impacts on Water and Carbon Fluxes and States over the Continental United States55
Uncertainty Analysis of Runoff Simulations and Parameter Identifiability in the Community Land Model: Evidence from MOPEX Basins53
Bias Correction of Historical and Future Simulations of Precipitation and Temperature for China from CMIP5 Models53
Using a Microwave Emission Model to Estimate Soil Moisture from ESTAR Observations during SGP9952
Precipitation Recycling over the Central United States Diagnosed from the GEOS-1 Data Assimilation System52
The Most Extreme Precipitation Events over the Eastern United States from 1950 to 1996: Considerations of Scale51
Evaluation of Evapotranspiration over a Semiarid Region Using Multiresolution Data Sources51
Machine Learning–Based Blending of Satellite and Reanalysis Precipitation Datasets: A Multiregional Tropical Complex Terrain Evaluation49
A Two-Stage Deep Neural Network Framework for Precipitation Estimation from Bispectral Satellite Information49
Distributed Quantitative Precipitation Forecasting Using Information from Radar and Numerical Weather Prediction Models49
Assessment of Extreme Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts and Development of Regional Extreme Event Thresholds Using Data from HMT-2006 and COOP Observers48
Flash Drought as Captured by Reanalysis Data: Disentangling the Contributions of Precipitation Deficit and Excess Evapotranspiration48
Length Scale Analysis of Surface Energy Fluxes Derived from Remote Sensing48
Seasonal Runoff Forecasting Using Precipitation from Meteorological Data Assimilation Systems48
Comparison of Precipitation Derived from the ECMWF Operational Forecast Model and Satellite Precipitation Datasets46
Radar-Based Quantitative Precipitation Estimation for the Cool Season in Complex Terrain: Case Studies from the NOAA Hydrometeorology Testbed46
Evaluation of the Snow Simulations from the Community Land Model, Version 4 (CLM4)45
Climate Change Impacts on Jordan River Flow: Downscaling Application from a Regional Climate Model44
Development of Hourly Meteorological Values From Daily Data and Significance to Hydrological Modeling at H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest43
Snow Mass over North America: Observations and Results from the Second Phase of the Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project42
Spatiotemporal Variations in Soil Water: First Results from the ARM SGP CART Network42
Variations of Sensible and Latent Heat Fluxes from a Great Lakes Buoy and Associated Synoptic Weather Patterns42
Discrimination of Solid from Liquid Precipitation over Northern Eurasia Using Surface Atmospheric Conditions*41
On the Land–Ocean Contrast of Tropical Convection and Microphysics Statistics Derived from TRMM Satellite Signals and Global Storm-Resolving Models41