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2017
Hecht C.W, Cordeira JM.  2017.  Characterizing the influence of atmospheric river orientation and intensity on precipitation distributions over North Coastal California. Geophysical Research Letters. 44:9048-9058.
Wilson A.M, Barros A.P.  2017.  Orographic Land-Atmosphere Interactions and the Diurnal Cycle of Low-Level Clouds and Fog. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 18:1513-1533.
2016
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.
2015
Moore A.W, Small I.J, Gutman S.I, Bock Y, Dumas J.L, Fang P., Haase JS, Jackson M.E, Laber J.L.  2015.  National Weather Service forecasters use GPS precipitable water vapor for enhanced situational awareness during the Southern California summer monsoon. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 96:1867-1877.
2014
Rutz J.J, Steenburgh W.J, Ralph FM.  2014.  Climatological characteristics of atmospheric rivers and their inland penetration over the Western United States. Monthly Weather Review. 142:905-921.
2013
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.
Ralph FM, Coleman T, Neiman PJ, Zamora RJ, Dettinger MD.  2013.  Observed Impacts of Duration and Seasonality of Atmospheric-River Landfalls on Soil Moisture and Runoff in Coastal Northern California. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 14:443-459.