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Henn B, Newman AJ, Livneh B, Daly C, Lundquist JD.  Submitted.  An assessment of differences in gridded precipitation datasets in complex terrain. Journal of Hydrology.
Cordeira JM, Stock J., Dettinger MD, Young A.M, Kalansky J.F, Ralph FM.  2019.  A 142-year climatology of Northern California landslides and atmospheric rivers. 100:1499-1509.
Ramos A.M, Wilson A.M, DeFlorio M.J, Warner M.D, Barnes E., Garreaud R., Gorodetskaya I.V, Lavers D.A, Moore B., Payne A. et al..  2019.  2018 International Atmospheric Rivers Conference: Multi-disciplinary studies and high-impact applications of atmospheric rivers.
Fish M.A, Wilson A.M, Ralph FM.  2019.  Atmospheric river families: Definition and associated synoptic conditions. 20:2091-2108.
Guirguis K., Gershunov A, Shulgina T., Clemesha R.ES, Ralph FM.  2019.  Atmospheric rivers impacting Northern California and their modulation by a variable climate. Climate Dynamics. 52:6569-6583.
Martinez-Ruiz F., Paytam A., Gonzalez-Munoz M.T, Jroundi F., Abad M.M, Lam P.J, Bishop J.KB, Horner T.J, Morton P.L, Kastner M..  2019.  Barite formation in the ocean: Origin of amorphous and crystalline precipitates. Chemical Geology. 511:441-451.
Atwood S.A, Kreidenweis S.M, DeMott PJ, Petters M.D, Cornwell G.C, Martin A.C, Moore K.A.  2019.  Classification of aerosol population type and cloud condensation nuclei properties in a coastal California littoral environment using an unsupervised cluster model. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 19:6931-6947.
Martin A.C, Cornwell G., Beall C.M, Cannon F., Reilly S., Schaap B., Lucero D., Creamean J., Ralph FM, Mix H.T et al..  2019.  Contrasting local and long-range-transported warm ice-nucleating particles during an atmospheric river in coastal California, USA. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 19:4193-4210.
Mitovski T., Cole J.NS, McFarlane N.A, von Salzen K., Zhang GJ.  2019.  Convective response to large-scale forcing in the tropical western Pacific simulated by spCAM5 and CanAM4.3. Geoscientific Model Development. 12:2107-2117.
Norris J., Carvalho L.MV, Jones C., Cannon F..  2019.  Deciphering the contrasting climatic trends between the central Himalaya and Karakoram with 36 years of WRF simulations. Climate Dynamics. 52:159-180.
Cornwell G.C, McCluskey C.S, Levin E.JT, Suski KJ, DeMott PJ, Kreidenweis S.M, Prather KA.  2019.  Direct online mass spectrometry measurements of ice nucleating particles at a California coastal site.
Chen Z.S, Du Y., Wen Z.P, Wu R.G, Xie SP.  2019.  Evolution of south Tropical Indian Ocean warming and the climatic impacts following strong El Nino Events. 32:7329-7347.
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.
Xie S.C, Wang Y.C, Lin W.Y, Ma H.Y, Tang Q., Tang S.Q, Zheng X., Golaz J.C, Zhang GJ, Zhang M.H.  2019.  Improved diurnal cycle of precipitation in E3SM with a revised convective triggering function. 11:2290-2310.
Runge J., Bathiany S., Bollt E., Camps-Valls G., Coumou D., Deyle E., Glymour C., Kretschmer M., Mahecha M.D, Munoz-Mari J. et al..  2019.  Inferring causation from time series in Earth system sciences. 10
Hines K.M, Bromwich D.H, Wang S.H, Silber I., Verlinde J., Lubin D..  2019.  Microphysics of summer clouds in central West Antarctica simulated by the Polar Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF) and the Antarctic Mesoscale Prediction System (AMPS). 19:12431-12454.
Evan AT.  2019.  A new method to characterize changes in the seasonal cycle of snowpack. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 58:131-143.
Murphy MJ, Haase JS, Padulles R., Chen S.H, Morris M.A.  2019.  The potential for discriminating microphysical processes in numerical weather forecasts using airborne polarimetric radio occultations. 11
Martin A.C, Ralph FM, Wilson A., DeHaan L., Kawzenuk B..  2019.  Rapid cyclogenesis from a mesoscale frontal wave on an atmospheric river: Impacts on forecast skill and predictability during atmospheric river landfall. 20:1779-1794.
Zhang Z.H, Ralph FM, Zheng M.H.  2019.  The relationship between extratropical cyclone strength and atmospheric river intensity and position. Geophysical Research Letters. 46:1814-1823.
Cao Q., Mehran A., Ralph FM, Lettenmaier DP.  2019.  The role of hydrological initial conditions on atmospheric river floods in the Russian River basin. 20:1667-1686.
Enzminger T.L, Small E.E, Borsa A.A.  2019.  Subsurface water dominates Sierra Nevada seasonal hydrologic storage.
Oakley N.S, Cannon F., Munroe R., Lancaster J.T, Gomberg D., Ralph FM.  2018.  Brief communication: Meteorological and climatological conditions associated with the 9 January 2018 post-fire debris flows in Montecito and Carpinteria, California, USA. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 18:3037-3043.
Li S., Park S., Lee J.Y, Ha K.J, Park M.K, Jo C.O, Oh H., Mühle J, Kim K.R, Montzka SA et al..  2018.  Chemical evidence of inter-hemispheric air mass intrusion into the Northern Hemisphere mid-latitudes. Scientific Reports. 8
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.