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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.
Guirguis K., Gershunov A, Clemesha R.ES, Shulgina T., Subramanian AC, Ralph FM.  2018.  Circulation drivers of atmospheric rivers at the North American West Coast. Geophysical Research Letters. 45:12576-12584.
Lavers D.A, Rodwell M.J, Richardson D.S, Ralph FM, Doyle J.D, Reynolds C.A, Tallapragada V., Pappenberger F..  2018.  The gauging and modeling of rivers in the sky. Geophysical Research Letters. 45:7828-7834.
Espinoza V., Waliser D.E, Guan B., Lavers D.A, Ralph FM.  2018.  Global analysis of climate change projection effects on atmospheric rivers. Geophysical Research Letters. 45:4299-4308.
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.
Nash D., Waliser D., Guan B., Ye H.C, Ralph FM.  2018.  The role of atmospheric rivers in extratropical and polar hydroclimate. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 123:6804-6821.
Cannon F., Hecht C.W, Cordeira JM, Ralph FM.  2018.  Synoptic and mesoscale forcing of Southern California extreme precipitation. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 123:13714-13730.
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.
Polade S.D, Gershunov A, Cayan DR, Dettinger MD, Pierce DW.  2017.  Precipitation in a warming world: Assessing projected hydro-climate changes in California and other Mediterranean climate regions. Scientific Reports. 7
Hatchett B.J, Daudert B., Garner C.B, Oakley N.S, Putnam A.E, White AB.  2017.  Winter snow level rise in the northern Sierra Nevada from 2008 to 2017. Water. 9
Albano C.M, Dettinger MD, McCarthy M.I, Schaller K.D, Welborn T.L, Cox D.A.  2016.  Application of an extreme winter storm scenario to identify vulnerabilities, mitigation options, and science needs in the Sierra Nevada mountains, USA. Natural Hazards. 80:879-900.
Kingston D.G, Lavers D.A, Hannah D.M.  2016.  Floods in the Southern Alps of New Zealand: the importance of atmospheric rivers. Hydrological Processes. 30:5063-5070.
McCabe-Glynn S., Johnson K.R, Strong C., Zou Y.H, Yu J.Y, Sellars S., Welker J.M.  2016.  Isotopic signature of extreme precipitation events in the western US and associated phases of Arctic and tropical climate modes. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 121:8913-8924.
Lavers D.A, Waliser D.E, Ralph FM, Dettinger MD.  2016.  Predictability of horizontal water vapor transport relative to precipitation: Enhancing situational awareness for forecasting western US extreme precipitation and flooding. Geophysical Research Letters. 43:2275-2282.
Lavers D.A, Ralph FM, Waliser D.E, Gershunov A, Dettinger MD.  2015.  Climate change intensification of horizontal water vapor transport in CMIP5. Geophysical Research Letters. 42:5617-5625.
Lavers D.A, Villarini G..  2015.  The contribution of atmospheric rivers to precipitation in Europe and the United States. Journal of Hydrology. 522:382-390.
Creamean JM, Ault AP, White AB, Neiman PJ, Ralph FM, Minnis P, Prather KA.  2015.  Impact of interannual variations in sources of insoluble aerosol species on orographic precipitation over California's central Sierra Nevada. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 15:6535-6548.
White AB, Neiman PJ, Creamean JM, Coleman T, Ralph FM, Prather KA.  2015.  The impacts of California's San Francisco Bay Area gap on precipitation observed in the Sierra Nevada during HMT and CalWater. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 16:1048-1069.
Neff W., Compo G.P, Ralph FM, Shupe M.D.  2014.  Continental heat anomalies and the extreme melting of the Greenland ice surface in 2012 and 1889. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 119:6520-6536.
Lavers D.A, Pappenberger F., Zsoter E..  2014.  Extending medium-range predictability of extreme hydrological events in Europe. Nature Communications. 5
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.
Stahle D.W, Griffin R.D, Meko D.M, Therrell M.D, Edmondson J.R, Cleaveland M.K, Stahle L.N, Burnette D.J, Abatzoglou J.T, Redmond K.T et al..  2013.  The ancient blue oak woodlands of California: Longevity and hydroclimatic history. Earth Interactions. 17
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.
Means JD, Cayan D.  2013.  Precipitable Water from GPS Zenith Delays Using North American Regional Reanalysis Meteorology. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology. 30:485-495.