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2019
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.
Ralph FM, Rutz J.J, Cordeira JM, Dettinger M, Anderson M., Reynolds D., Schick L.I, Smallcomb C..  2019.  A scale to characterize the strength and impacts of atmospheric rivers. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 100:269-290.
2018
Collins M., Minobe S., Barreiro M., Bordoni S, Kaspi Y., Kuwano-Yoshida A., Keenlyside N., Manzini E., O'Reilly C.H, Sutton R. et al..  2018.  Challenges and opportunities for improved understanding of regional climate dynamics. Nature Climate Change. 8:101-108.
Chen X.M, Chen S.H, Haase JS, Murphy B.J, Wang K.N, Garrison J.L, Chen S.Y, Huang C.Y, Adhikari L., Xie F..  2018.  The impact of airborne radio occultation observations on the simulation of Hurricane Karl (2010). Monthly Weather Review. 146:329-350.
2016
Jacques A.A, Horel J.D, Crosman E.T, Vernon F, Tytell J..  2016.  The Earthscope US transportable array 1 Hz surface pressure dataset. Geoscience Data Journal. 3:29-36.
2015
Jacques A.A, Horel J.D, Crosman E.T, Vernon FL.  2015.  Central and Eastern US surface pressure variations derived from the USArray Network. Monthly Weather Review. 143:1472-1493.
2014
Neiman PJ, Wick GA, Moore BJ, Ralph FM, Spackman J.R, Ward B..  2014.  An airborne study of an atmospheric river over the subtropical Pacific during WISPAR: Dropsonde budget-box diagnostics and precipitation impacts in Hawaii. Monthly Weather Review. 142:3199-3223.
Kahn B.H, Irion F.W, Dang V.T, Manning E.M, Nasiri S.L, Naud C.M, Blaisdell J.M, Schreier M.M, Yue Q., Bowman K.W et al..  2014.  The Atmospheric Infrared Sounder version 6 cloud products. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 14:399-426.
Rutz J.J, Steenburgh W.J, Ralph FM.  2014.  Climatological characteristics of atmospheric rivers and their inland penetration over the Western United States. Monthly Weather Review. 142:905-921.