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2017
Li K.F, Su H., Mak S.N, Chang T.M, Jiang J.H, Norris J.R, Yung Y.L.  2017.  An analysis of high cloud variability: imprints from the El Nio-Southern Oscillation. Climate Dynamics. 48:447-457.
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.
Keeling RF, Graven HD, Welp LR, Resplandy L., Bi J., Piper S.C, Sun Y., Bollenbacher A., Meijer H.AJ.  2017.  Atmospheric evidence for a global secular increase in carbon isotopic discrimination of land photosynthesis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114:10361-10366.
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.
Ralph FM, Galarneau T.J.  2017.  The Chiricahua Gap and the Role of Easterly Water Vapor Transport in Southeastern Arizona Monsoon Precipitation. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 18:2511-2520.
Hwang Y.T, Xie SP, Deser C., Kang S.M.  2017.  Connecting tropical climate change with Southern Ocean heat uptake. Geophysical Research Letters. 44:9449-9457.
Weitemeyer K., Constable S, Shelander D., Haines S..  2017.  Mapping the resistivity structure of Walker Ridge 313 in the Gulf of Mexico using the marine CSEM method. Marine and Petroleum Geology. 88:1013-1031.
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.
Zhou W.Y, Held I.M, Garner S.T.  2017.  Tropical cyclones in rotating radiative-convective equilibrium with coupled SST. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 74:879-892.
Xu Y.Y, Ramanathan V.  2017.  Well below 2 degrees C: Mitigation strategies for avoiding dangerous to catastrophic climate changes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114:10315-10323.
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