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Ralph FM, Wilson A.M, Shulgina T., Kawzenuk B., Sellars S., Rutz J.J, Lamjiri M.A, Barnes E.A, Gershunov A, Guan B. et al..  2019.  ARTMIP-early start comparison of atmospheric river detection tools: how many atmospheric rivers hit northern California's Russian River watershed? Climate Dynamics. 52:4973-4994.
Fish M.A, Wilson A.M, Ralph FM.  2019.  Atmospheric river families: Definition and associated synoptic conditions. 20:2091-2108.
Cloud K.A, Reich B.J, Rozoff C.M, Alessandrini S., Lewis W.E, L. Monache D.  2019.  A feed forward neural network based on model output statistics for short-term hurricane intensity prediction. 34:985-997.
Goni G.J, Sprintall J, Bringas F., Cheng L.J, Cirano M., Dong S.F, Domingues R., Goes M., Lopez H., Morrow R. et al..  2019.  More than 50 years of successful continuous temperature section measurements by the global expendable bathythermograph network, its integrability, societal benefits, and future. 6
Lee S.W, Yon D.K, James C.C, Lee S., Koh H.Y, Sheen Y.H, Oh J.W, Han M.Y, Sugihara G.  2019.  Short-term effects of multiple outdoor environmental factors on risk of asthma exacerbations: Age-stratified time-series analysis. 144:1542-+.
Subramanian A., Juricke S., Dueben P., Palmer T..  2019.  A stochastic representation of subgrid uncertainty for dynamical core development. 100:1091-1101.
Cakmak S., Hebbern C., Pinault L., Lavigne E., Vanos J., Crouse D.L, Tjepkema M..  2018.  Associations between long-term PM2.5 and ozone exposure and mortality in the Canadian Census Health and Environment Cohort (CANCHEC), by spatial synoptic classification zone. Environment International. 111:200-211.
Zhao N.Z, Liu Y., Vanos J.K, Cao G.F.  2018.  Day-of-week and seasonal patterns of PM2.5 concentrations over the United States: Time-series analyses using the Prophet procedure. Atmospheric Environment. 192:116-127.
McGregor G.R, Vanos J.K.  2018.  Heat: a primer for public health researchers. 161:138-146.
Yun Y.X, Fan J.W, Xiao H., Zhang GJ, Ghan SJ, Xu K.M, Ma P.L, Gustafson W.I.  2017.  Assessing the resolution adaptability of the Zhang-McFarlane cumulus parameterization with spatial and temporal averaging. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. 9:2753-2770.
Siler N., Kosaka Y, Xie SP, Li X.C.  2017.  Tropical ocean contributions to California's surprisingly dry El Nino of 2015/16. Journal of Climate. 30:10067-10079.
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.
Pierce DW, Cayan DR.  2016.  Downscaling humidity with Localized Constructed Analogs (LOCA) over the conterminous United States. Climate Dynamics. 47:411-431.