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Ralph FM, Galarneau T.J.  2017.  The Chiricahua Gap and the Role of Easterly Water Vapor Transport in Southeastern Arizona Monsoon Precipitation. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 18:2511-2520.
Ralph FM, Iacobellis S.F, Neiman PJ, Cordeira JM, Spackman J.R, Waliser D.E, Wick GA, White AB, Fairall C..  2017.  Dropsonde observations of total integrated water vapor transport within North Pacific atmospheric rivers. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 18:2577-2596.
Cordeira JM, Ralph FM, Martin A., Gaggggini N., Spackman J.R, Neiman PJ, Rutz J.J, Pierce R..  2017.  Forecasting atmospheric rivers during CalWater 2015. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 98:449-459.
Cannon F., Ralph FM, Wilson A.M, Lettenmaier DP.  2017.  GPM satellite radar measurements of precipitation and freezing level in atmospheric rivers: comparison with ground-based radars and reanalyses. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 122:12747-12764.
Lamjiri M.A, Dettinger MD, Ralph FM, Guan B..  2017.  Hourly storm characteristics along the US West Coast: Role of atmospheric rivers in extreme precipitation. Geophysical Research Letters. 44:7020-7028.
Hu H.C, Dominguez F., Wang Z, Lavers D.A, Zhang G., Ralph FM.  2017.  Linking atmospheric river hydrological impacts on the US West Coast to Rossby wave breaking. Journal of Climate. 30:3381-3399.
Oakley N.S, Lancaster J.T, Kaplan M.L, Ralph FM.  2017.  Synoptic conditions associated with cool season post-fire debris flows in the Transverse Ranges of southern California. Natural Hazards. 88:327-354.