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Zinke J., Rountrey A., Feng M, Xie SP, Dissard D., Rankenburg K., Lough J.M, McCulloch M.T.  2014.  Corals record long-term Leeuwin current variability including Ningaloo Nino/Nina since 1795. Nature Communications. 5
Drushka K., Gille ST, Sprintall J.  2014.  The diurnal salinity cycle in the tropics. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 119:5874-5890.
Li J.B, Xie SP, Cook E.R.  2014.  El Nino phases embedded in Asian and North American drought reconstructions. Quaternary Science Reviews. 85:20-34.
Richter I., Xie SP, Behera S.K, Doi T., Masumoto Y..  2014.  Equatorial Atlantic variability and its relation to mean state biases in CMIP5. Climate Dynamics. 42:171-188.
Liu L., Xie SP, Zheng XT, Li T., Du Y., Huang G, Yu W.D.  2014.  Indian Ocean variability in the CMIP5 multi-model ensemble: the zonal dipole mode. Climate Dynamics. 43:1715-1730.
Hong X.Y, Hu H.B, Yang X.Q, Zhang Y., Liu G.Q, Liu W.  2014.  Influences of Indian Ocean interannual variability on different stages of El Nio: A FOAM1.5 model approach. Science China-Earth Sciences. 57:2616-2627.
Hu KM, Huang G, Zheng XT, Xie SP, Qu X., Du Y., Liu L..  2014.  Interdecadal variations in ENSO influences on Northwest Pacific-East Asian early summertime climate simulated in CMIP5 models. Journal of Climate. 27:5982-5998.
Gille ST.  2014.  Meridional displacement of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society a-Mathematical Physical and Engineering Sciences. 372
Bellomo K., Clement A.C, Norris J.R, Soden B.J.  2014.  Observational and model estimates of cloud amount feedback over the Indian and Pacific oceans. Journal of Climate. 27:925-940.
Song X.L, Zhang GJ.  2014.  Role of climate feedback in El Nino-Like SST response to global warming. Journal of Climate. 27:7301-7318.
Ganachaud A., Cravatte S., Melet A., Schiller A., Holbrook N.J, Sloyan BM, Widlansky M.J, Bowen M., Verron J., Wiles P. et al..  2014.  The Southwest Pacific Ocean circulation and climate experiment (SPICE). Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 119:7660-7686.
Drushka K., Sprintall J, Gille ST.  2014.  Subseasonal variations in salinity and barrier-layer thickness in the eastern equatorial Indian Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 119:805-823.
Mei W, Xie SP, Zhao M..  2014.  Variability of tropical cyclone track density in the North Atlantic: Observations and high-resolution simulations. Journal of Climate. 27:4797-4814.
Richter I., Behera S.K, Doi T., Taguchi B., Masumoto Y., Xie SP.  2014.  What controls equatorial Atlantic winds in boreal spring? Climate Dynamics. 43:3091-3104.
Carilli JE, Charles CD, Garren M, McField M, Norris RD.  2013.  Baseline shifts in coral skeletal oxygen isotopic composition: a signature of symbiont shuffling? Coral Reefs. 32:559-571.
Tomita H., Xie SP, Tokinaga H., Kawai Y..  2013.  Cloud response to the meandering Kuroshio extension front. Journal of Climate. 26:9393-9398.
Baumann H., Doherty O..  2013.  Decadal changes in the world's coastal latitudinal temperature gradients. Plos One. 8
Seo H, Xie SP.  2013.  Impact of ocean warm layer thickness on the intensity of hurricane Katrina in a regional coupled model. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics. 122:19-32.
Du Y., Xie SP, Yang Y.L, Zheng XT, Liu L., Huang G.  2013.  Indian Ocean variability in the CMIP5 multimodel ensemble: The basin mode. Journal of Climate. 26:7240-7266.
Putrasahan DA, Miller AJ, Seo H.  2013.  Isolating mesoscale coupled ocean-atmosphere interactions in the Kuroshio Extension region. Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans. 63:60-78.
Billheimer S., Talley LD.  2013.  Near cessation of Eighteen Degree Water renewal in the western North Atlantic in the warm winter of 2011-2012. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 118:6838-6853.
Myers T.A, Norris J.R.  2013.  Observational evidence that enhanced subsidence reduces subtropical marine boundary layer cloudiness. Journal of Climate. 26:7507-7524.
Kosaka Y, Xie SP, Lau NC, Vecchi GA.  2013.  Origin of seasonal predictability for summer climate over the Northwestern Pacific. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110:7574-7579.