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Publication Date Title Publication Typesort descending Author(s) Institution
01/2019 Exploring the Impact of Dust on North Atlantic Hurricanes in a High-Resolution Climate Model Journal Article Stony Brook University
04/2019 Can we Constrain Uncertainty in Hydrologic Cycle Projections? Journal Article National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
07/2019 Exploring a Lower‐Resolution Physics Grid in CAM‐SE‐CSLAM Journal Article Stony Brook University
07/2019 Investigating the Influence of Cloud Radiative Effects on the Extratropical Storm Tracks Journal Article University of Virginia
07/2019 Representing Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Carbon Interactions in the E3SM Land Model: Development and Global Benchmarking Journal Article Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2019 Improving Representation of Deforestation Effects on Evapotranspiration in the E3SM Land Model Journal Article Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
08/2019 Enhancing Skill of Initialized Decadal Predictions Using a Dynamic Model of Drift Journal Article Los Alamos National Laboratory
07/2019 Intensification of the Pre‐Meiyu Rainband in the Late 21st Century Journal Article University of California - Berkeley
09/2019 Field-experiment constraints on the enhancement of the terrestrial carbon sink by CO2 fertilization Journal Article Chinese Academy of Sciences
09/2019 Nonlinear Response of Extreme Precipitation to Warming in CESM1 Journal Article National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
07/2019 High Climate Sensitivity in the Community Earth System Model Version 2 (CESM2) Journal Article National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
10/2019 Australian Hot and Dry Extremes Induced by Weakenings of the Stratospheric Polar Vortex Journal Article Bureau of Meteorology - Australia
10/2019 Indian Ocean Warming Trend Reduces Pacific Warming Response to Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gases: An Interbasin Thermostat Mechanism Journal Article University of Colorado - Boulder
01/2019 Black Carbon Amplifies Haze Over the North China Plain by Weakening the East Asian Winter Monsoon Journal Article Pacific Northwest National Laboratory