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2018
Enzminger T.L, Small E.E, Borsa A.A.  2018.  Accuracy of snow water equivalent estimated from GPS vertical displacements: A synthetic loading case study for western US mountains. Water Resources Research. 54:581-599.
Henn B., Painter T.H, Bormann K.J, McGurk B., Flint A.L, Flint L.E, White V., Lundquist J.D.  2018.  High-elevation evapotranspiration estimates during drought: Using streamflow and NASA Airborne Snow Observatory SWE observations to close the upper Tuolumne River basin water balance. Water Resources Research. 54:746-766.
Sumargo E., Cayan DR.  2018.  The influence of cloudiness on hydrologic fluctuations in the mountains of the western United States. Water Resources Research. 54:8478-8499.
Knowles N., Cronkite-Ratcliff C., Pierce DW, Cayan DR.  2018.  Responses of unimpaired flows, storage, and managed flows to scenarios of climate change in the San Francisco Bay-Delta Watershed. Water Resources Research. 54:7631-7650.
Hamidi A., Farnham D.J, Khanbilvardi R..  2018.  Uncertainty analysis of urban sewer system using spatial simulation of radar rainfall fields: New York City case study. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment. 32:2293-2308.
2016
Norstrom A.V, Nystrom M., Jouffray J.B, Folke C., Graham N.AJ, Moberg F., Olsson P., Williams GJ.  2016.  Guiding coral reef futures in the Anthropocene. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 14:490-498.
Shamir E, Rimmer A., Georgakakos KP.  2016.  The use of an orographic precipitation model to assess the precipitation spatial distribution in Lake Kinneret watershed. Water. 8
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