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2019
Evan AT.  2019.  A new method to characterize changes in the seasonal cycle of snowpack. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 58:131-143.
2018
D'Agostino N., Silverii F., Amoroso O., Convertito V., Fiorillo F., Ventafridda G., Zollo A..  2018.  Crustal deformation and seismicity modulated by groundwater recharge of karst aquifers. Geophysical Research Letters. 45:12253-12262.
Pesce M., Critto A., Torresan S., Giubilato E., Santini M., Zirino A., Ouyang W., Marcomini A..  2018.  Modelling climate change impacts on nutrients and primary production in coastal waters. Science of the Total Environment. 628-629:919-937.
Kraner M.L, Holt W.E, Borsa A.A.  2018.  Seasonal nontectonic loading inferred from cGPS as a potential trigger for the M6.0 South Napa earthquake. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth. 123:5300-5322.
Hamidi A., Farnham D.J, Khanbilvardi R..  2018.  Uncertainty analysis of urban sewer system using spatial simulation of radar rainfall fields: New York City case study. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment. 32:2293-2308.
2017
Carter S.P, Fricker H.A, Siegfried M.R.  2017.  Antarctic subglacial lakes drain through sediment-floored canals: theory and model testing on real and idealized domains. Cryosphere. 11:381-405.
2016
Pierce DW, Cayan DR.  2016.  Downscaling humidity with Localized Constructed Analogs (LOCA) over the conterminous United States. Climate Dynamics. 47:411-431.
Eng K., Wolock D.M, Dettinger MD.  2016.  Sensitivity of intermittent streams to climate variations in the USA. River Research and Applications. 32:885-895.
Trammell J.H, Jiang X., Li L.M, Kao A., Zhang GJ, Chang E.KM, Yung Y..  2016.  Temporal and spatial variability of precipitation from observations and models*. Journal of Climate. 29:2543-2555.
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