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2019
Enzminger T.L, Small E.E, Borsa A.A.  2019.  Subsurface water dominates Sierra Nevada seasonal hydrologic storage.
2018
Yamada Y., Tomaru Y., Fukuda H., Nagata T..  2018.  Aggregate formation during the viral lysis of a marine diatom. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5
Bowman J.S.  2018.  Identification of microbial dark matter in Antarctic environments. Frontiers in Microbiology. 9
2017
Sumargo E., Cayan DR.  2017.  Variability of Cloudiness over Mountain Terrain in the Western United States. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 18:1227-1245.
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
2016
Lundquist J.D, Roche J.W, Forrester H., Moore C., Keenan E., Perry G., Cristea N., Henn B., Lapo K., McGurk B. et al..  2016.  Yosemite Hydroclimate Network: Distributed stream and atmospheric data for the Tuolumne River watershed and surroundings. Water Resources Research. 52:7478-7489.
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