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Roche J.W, Rice R., Meng X.D, Cayan DR, Dettinger MD, Alden D., Patel S.C, Mason M.A, Conklin M.H, Bales R.C.  2019.  Climate, snow, and soil moisture data set for the Tuolumne and Merced river watersheds, California, USA. Earth System Science Data. 11:101-110.
Martin A.C, Cornwell G., Beall C.M, Cannon F., Reilly S., Schaap B., Lucero D., Creamean J., Ralph FM, Mix H.T et al..  2019.  Contrasting local and long-range-transported warm ice-nucleating particles during an atmospheric river in coastal California, USA. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 19:4193-4210.
Oakley N.S, Lancaster J.T, Hatchett B.J, Stock J., Ralph FM, Roj S., Lukashov S..  2018.  A 22-year climatology of cool season hourly precipitation thresholds conducive to shallow landslides in California. Earth Interactions. 22:1-35.
Chin E.J.  2018.  Deep crustal cumulates reflect patterns of continental rift volcanism beneath Tanzania. Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology. 173
Chin E.J, Shimizu K., Bybee G.M, Erdman M.E.  2018.  On the development of the calc-alkaline and tholeiitic magma series: A deep crustal cumulate perspective. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 482:277-287.
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.
Lapo K.E, Hinkelman L.M, Sumargo E., Hughes M, Lundquist J.D.  2017.  A critical evaluation of modeled solar irradiance over California for hydrologic and land surface modeling. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 122:299-317.
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.
Neiman PJ, Moore BJ, White AB, Wick GA, Aikins J., Jackson D.L, Spackman J.R, Ralph FM.  2016.  An airborne and ground-based study of a long-lived and intense atmospheric river with mesoscale frontal waves impacting California during CalWater-2014. Monthly Weather Review. 144:1115-1144.
Henn B., Clark M.P, Kavetski D., McGurk B., Painter T.H, Lundquist J.D.  2016.  Combining snow, streamflow, and precipitation gauge observations to infer basin-mean precipitation. Water Resources Research. 52:8700-8723.
Lundquist J.D, Roche J.W, Forrester H., Moore C., Keenan E., Perry G., Cristea N., Henn B., Lapo K., McGurk B. et al..  2016.  Yosemite Hydroclimate Network: Distributed stream and atmospheric data for the Tuolumne River watershed and surroundings. Water Resources Research. 52:7478-7489.
Neiman PJ, Gottas D.J, White AB, Schick L.J, Ralph FM.  2014.  The use of snow-level observations derived from vertically profiling radars to assess hydrometeorological characteristics and forecasts over Washington's Green River Basin. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 15:2522-2541.
Das A.J, Stephenson N.L, Flint A., Das T, van Mantgem P.J.  2013.  Climatic correlates of tree mortality in water- and energy-limited forests. Plos One. 8
Pierce DW, Cayan DR, Das T, Maurer EP, Miller NL, Bao Y, Kanamitsu M, Yoshimura K, Snyder MA, Sloan LC et al..  2013.  The key role of heavy precipitation events in climate model disagreements of future annual precipitation changes in California. Journal of Climate. 26:5879-5896.
Neiman PJ, Ralph FM, Moore BJ, Hughes M, Mahoney KM, Cordeira JM, Dettinger MD.  2013.  The Landfall and Inland Penetration of a Flood-Producing Atmospheric River in Arizona. Part I: Observed Synoptic-Scale, Orographic, and Hydrometeorological Characteristics. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 14:460-484.
Maloney J.M, Noble P.J, Driscoll NW, Kent G.M, Smith S.B, Schmauder G.C, Babcock J.M, Baskin R.L, Karlin R., Kell A.M et al..  2013.  Paleoseismic history of the Fallen Leaf segment of the West Tahoe-Dollar Point fault reconstructed from slide deposits in the Lake Tahoe Basin, California-Nevada. Geosphere. 9:1065-1090.
Pierce DW, Das T, Cayan DR, Maurer EP, Miller NL, Bao Y, Kanamitsu M, Yoshimura K, Snyder MA, Sloan LC et al..  2013.  Probabilistic estimates of future changes in California temperature and precipitation using statistical and dynamical downscaling. Climate Dynamics. 40:839-856.