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2019 Variability, timescales, and nonlinearity in climate responses to black carbon emissions Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2018 The Role of Convective Gustiness in Reducing Seasonal Precipitation Biases in the Tropical West Pacific Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2018 Roles of SST Versus Internal Atmospheric Variability in Winter Extreme Precipitation Variability Along the U.S. West Coast Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2019 Role of Troposphere-Convection-Land Coupling in the Southwestern Amazon Precipitation Bias of the Community Earth System Model Version 1 (CESM1) Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2018 Predictability of Extreme Precipitation in Western U.S. Watersheds Based on Atmospheric River Occurrence, Intensity, and Duration Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2018 On the Relative Roles of the Atmosphere and Ocean in the Atlantic Multidecadal Variability Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2016 OCEANFILMS-2: Representing co-adsorption of saccharides in marine films improves agreement of modelled and observed marine aerosol chemistry Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2019 Mechanisms for an Amplified Precipitation Seasonal Cycle in the U.S. West Coast under Global Warming Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2019 Impact of Anthropogenic Emission Injection Height Uncertainty on Global Sulfur Dioxide and Aerosol Distribution Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2018 Future Changes of Subseasonal Precipitation Variability in North America During Winter Under Global Warming Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2018 Future Changes in Seasonality of the North Pacific and North Atlantic Subtropical Highs Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
2019 Black Carbon Amplifies Haze Over the North China Plain by Weakening the East Asian Winter Monsoon Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory