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Li J.B, Xie SP, Cook E.R, Chen F.H, Shi J.F, Zhang D.D, Fang K.Y, Gou X.H, Li T., Peng J.F et al..  2019.  Deciphering human contributions to Yellow River flow reductions and downstream drying using centuries-long tree ring records. Geophysical Research Letters. 46:898-905.
Huss M., Bookhagen B., Huggel C., Jacobsen D., Bradley R.S, Clague J.J, Vuille M., Buytaert W., Cayan DR, Greenwood G. et al..  2017.  Toward mountains without permanent snow and ice. Earths Future. 5:418-435.
Vano J.A, Udall B., Cayan DR, Overpeck J.T, Brekke L.D, Das T, Hartmann H.C, Hidalgo H.G, Hoerling M., McCabe G.J et al..  2014.  Understanding uncertainties in future Colorado River streamflow. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 95:59-78.
Rosenberg EA, Clark EA, Steinemann AC, Lettenmaier DP.  2013.  On the contribution of groundwater storage to interannual streamflow anomalies in the Colorado River basin. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 17:1475-1491.
Pierce DW, Westerling AL, Oyler J.  2013.  Future humidity trends over the western United States in the CMIP5 global climate models and variable infiltration capacity hydrological modeling system. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 17:1833-1850.
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.
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.