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2019
Dorman C.E, Mejia J., Koracin D., McEvoy D..  2019.  World marine fog analysis based on 58-years of ship observations.
2016
Wilcox E.M, Thomas R.M, Praveen P.S, Pistone K., Bender F.AM, Ramanathan V.  2016.  Black carbon solar absorption suppresses turbulence in the atmospheric boundary layer. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 113:11794-11799.
Wang H, Xie SP, Tokinaga H., Liu Q., Kosaka Y.  2016.  Detecting cross-equatorial wind change as a fingerprint of climate response to anthropogenic aerosol forcing. Geophysical Research Letters. 43:3444-3450.
Rastogi B., Williams A.P, Fischer D.T, Iacobellis S.F, McEachern K., Carvalho L., Jones C., Baguskas S.A, Still C.J.  2016.  Spatial and temporal patterns of cloud cover and fog inundation in coastal California: Ecological implications. Earth Interactions. 20
2015
Seethala C., Norris J.R, Myers T.A.  2015.  How has subtropical stratocumulus and associated meteorology changed since the 1980s? Journal of Climate. 28:8396-8410.
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