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2019
Wu M.Y, Barmin M.P, Andrew R.K, Weichman P.B, White A.W, Lavely E.M, Dzieciuch M.A, Mercer J.A, Worcester P.F, Ritzwoller M.H.  2019.  Deep water acoustic range estimation based on an ocean general circulation model: Application to PhilSea10 data. 146:4754-4773.
Jones W.A, Checkley DM.  2019.  Mesopelagic fishes dominate otolith record of past two millennia in the Santa Barbara Basin. 10
Cenci S., Sugihara G, Saavedra S..  2019.  Regularized S-map for inference and forecasting with noisy ecological time series. 10:650-660.
2018
Merrifield S., Otero M, Terrill E.  2018.  Observations of shelf exchange and high-frequency variability in an Alaskan fjord. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 123:4720-4734.
DiMaggio D., Colosi J.A, Joseph J., Pearson A., Worcester P.F, Dzieciuch M.A.  2018.  Observations of thermohaline sound-speed structure induced by internal waves and spice in the summer 2015 Canada Basin marginal ice zone. 6
2017
Blackman D.K, Boyce D.E, Castelnau O., Dawson P.R, Laske G..  2017.  Effects of crystal preferred orientation on upper-mantle flow near plate boundaries: rheologic feedbacks and seismic anisotropy. Geophysical Journal International. 210:1481-1493.
Dakos V., Glaser S.M, Hsieh CH, Sugihara G.  2017.  Elevated nonlinearity as an indicator of shifts in the dynamics of populations under stress. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 14
Wang Y., Zhang GJ, He Y.J.  2017.  Simulation of precipitation extremes using a stochastic convective parameterization in the NCAR CAM5 under different resolutions. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 122:12875-12891.
Storch L.S, Glaser S.M, Ye H, Rosenberg A.A.  2017.  Stock assessment and end-to-end ecosystem models alter dynamics of fisheries data. Plos One. 12
2016
Andrew R.K, Ganse A., White A.W, Mercer J.A, Dzieciuch M.A, Worcester P.F, Colosi J.A.  2016.  Low-frequency pulse propagation over 510km in the Philippine Sea: A comparison of observed and theoretical pulse spreading. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 140:216-228.
Wang Y., Zhang GJ, Craig G.C.  2016.  Stochastic convective parameterization improving the simulation of tropical precipitation variability. Geophysical Research Letters. 43:6612-6619.
Moussallam Y., Bani P., Curtis A., Barnie T., Moussallam M., Peters N., Schipper C.I, Aiuppa A., Giudice G., Amigo A. et al..  2016.  Sustaining persistent lava lakes: Observations from high-resolution gas measurements at Villarrica volcano, Chile. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 454:237-247.
Deyle ER, May R.M, Munch SB, Sugihara G.  2016.  Tracking and forecasting ecosystem interactions in real time. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 283
2015
Ye H, Beamish R.J, Glaser S.M, Grant S.CH, Hsieh CH, Richards L.J, Schnute J.T, Sugihara G.  2015.  Equation-free mechanistic ecosystem forecasting using empirical dynamic modeling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 112:E1569-E1576.
Glowacki O., Deane GB, Moskalik M., Blondel P., Tegowski J., Blaszczyk M..  2015.  Underwater acoustic signatures of glacier calving. Geophysical Research Letters. 42:804-812.
2014
Kang Y.S, Ohman MD.  2014.  Comparison of long-term trends of zooplankton from two marine ecosystems across the North Pacific: Northeastern Asian marginal sea and Southern California current system. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports. 55:169-182.
Checkley DM, Lindegren M.  2014.  Sea surface temperature variability at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography Pier. Journal of Physical Oceanography. 44:2877-2892.
Dong S.P, Ucarkus G., Wesnousky S.G, Maloney J., Kent G., Driscoll N., Baskin R..  2014.  Strike-slip faulting along the Wassuk Range of the northern Walker Lane, Nevada. Geosphere. 10:40-48.
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