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2019
Lilly L.E, Send U, Lankhorst M., Martz T.R, Feely R.A, Sutton A.J, Ohman MD.  2019.  Biogeochemical anomalies at two Southern California Current system moorings during the 2014-2016 Warm Anomaly-El Nino Sequence.
de Verneil A., Franks PJS, Ohman MD.  2019.  Frontogenesis and the creation of fine-scale vertical phytoplankton structure. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 124:1509-1523.
2018
Lilly L.E, Ohman MD.  2018.  CCE IV: El Nino-related zooplankton variability in the southern California Current System. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers. 140:36-51.
Martin A., Ralph FM, Demirdjian R., DeHaan L., Weihs R., Helly J., Reynolds D., Iacobellis S..  2018.  Evaluation of atmospheric river predictions by the WRF model using aircraft and regional mesonet observations of orographic precipitation and its forcing. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 19:1097-1113.
Chen C.L, Chen S.J, Russell LM, Liu J., Price D.J, Betha R., Sanchez K.J, Lee A.KY, Williams L., Collier S.C et al..  2018.  Organic aerosol particle chemical properties associated with residential burning and fog in wintertime San Joaquin Valley (Fresno) and with vehicle and firework emissions in summertime South Coast Air Basin (Fontana). Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres. 123:10707-10731.
2016
Erickson Z.K, Thompson A.F, Cassar N., Sprintall J, Mazloff MR.  2016.  An advective mechanism for deep chlorophyll maxima formation in southern Drake Passage. Geophysical Research Letters. 43:10846-10855.
Neiman PJ, Moore BJ, White AB, Wick GA, Aikins J., Jackson D.L, Spackman J.R, Ralph FM.  2016.  An airborne and ground-based study of a long-lived and intense atmospheric river with mesoscale frontal waves impacting California during CalWater-2014. Monthly Weather Review. 144:1115-1144.
Ralph FM, Prather KA, Cayan D, Spackman J.R, DeMott P., Dettinger M, Fairall C., Leung R., Rosenfeld D, Rutledge S. et al..  2016.  CalWater field studies designed to quantify the roles of atmospheric rivers and aerosols in modulating US West Coast precipitation in a changing climate. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 97:1209-1228.
Shamir E, Rimmer A., Georgakakos KP.  2016.  The use of an orographic precipitation model to assess the precipitation spatial distribution in Lake Kinneret watershed. Water. 8
2015
Peleg N., Shamir E, Georgakakos KP, Morin E.  2015.  A framework for assessing hydrological regime sensitivity to climate change in a convective rainfall environment: a case study of two medium-sized eastern Mediterranean catchments, Israel. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19:567-581.
White AB, Neiman PJ, Creamean JM, Coleman T, Ralph FM, Prather KA.  2015.  The impacts of California's San Francisco Bay Area gap on precipitation observed in the Sierra Nevada during HMT and CalWater. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 16:1048-1069.
de Verneil A., Franks PJS.  2015.  A pseudo-Lagrangian method for remapping ocean biogeochemical tracer data: Calculation of net Chl-a growth rates. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 120:4962-4979.
2014
Georgakakos KP, Graham NE, Modrick TM, Murphy MJ, Shamir E, Spencer C.R, Sperfslage J.A.  2014.  Evaluation of real-time hydrometeorological ensemble prediction on hydrologic scales in Northern California. Journal of Hydrology. 519:2978-3000.
Neiman PJ, Gottas D.J, White AB, Schick L.J, Ralph FM.  2014.  The use of snow-level observations derived from vertically profiling radars to assess hydrometeorological characteristics and forecasts over Washington's Green River Basin. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 15:2522-2541.
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