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2018
Thorpe S.A, Malarkey J., Voet G., Alford MH, Girton J.B, Carter G.S.  2018.  Application of a model of internal hydraulic jumps. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 834:125-148.
Yang L., Liu J.W, Ren Z.P, Xie SP, Zhang S.P, Gao S.H.  2018.  Atmospheric conditions for advection-radiation fog over the western Yellow Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 123:5455-5468.
Deike L., Melville W.K.  2018.  Gas transfer by breaking waves. Geophysical Research Letters. 45:10482-10492.
Lu C.S, Sun C., Liu Y.G, Zhang GJ, Lin Y.L, Gao W.H, Niu S.J, Yin Y., Qiu Y.J, Jin L.J.  2018.  Observational relationship between entrainment rate and environmental relative humidity and implications for convection parameterization. Geophysical Research Letters. 45:13495-13504.
Song X.L, Zhang GJ.  2018.  The roles of convection parameterization in the formation of double ITCZ Syndrome in the NCAR CESM: I. Atmospheric Processes. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. 10:842-866.
2016
Pizzo N.E, Deike L., Melville W.K.  2016.  Current generation by deep-water breaking waves. Journal of Fluid Mechanics. 803:275-291.
Ghonima M.S, Heus T., Norris J.R, Kleissl J..  2016.  Factors controlling stratocumulus cloud lifetime over coastal land. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 73:2961-2983.
Goddijn-Murphy L., Woolf D.K, Callaghan AH, Nightingale P.D, Shutler J.D.  2016.  A reconciliation of empirical and mechanistic models of the air-sea gas transfer velocity. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 121:818-835.
2014
Lenain L., Melville W.K.  2014.  Autonomous surface vehicle measurements of the ocean's response to Tropical Cyclone Freda. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology. 31:2169-2190.
Zhao R., Lee A.KY, Wentzell JJB, McDonald A.M, Toom-Sauntry D, Leaitch WR, Modini RL, Corrigan A.L, Russell LM, Noone K.J et al..  2014.  Cloud partitioning of isocyanic acid (HNCO) and evidence of secondary source of HNCO in ambient air. Geophysical Research Letters. 41:6962-6969.