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Publication Datesort descending Title Contact Institution
07/2017 Seasonal Timing of Floods in the Eastern U.S. Has Become More Variable Since 1980 Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/2018 More Urbanization Could Mean More Rain for Cities Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/2018 New Aerosol Modeling Approach Takes Cues from Lab Experiments Shrivastava, ManishKumar Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/2018 Restoring Rain to a Model Amazon Forest Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2018 Measuring the Tropics’ Bulging Waistline Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
09/2018 Disentangling the Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions in the North Atlantic Rasch, Phil Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
09/2018 Cooling Off Warming Trends in the Arctic Rasch, Philip Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/2018 Atmosphere Outpaces Ocean in Driving Extreme Winter Weather Along the U.S. West Coast Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2018 Making 1+1 Bigger Than 2 Leung, Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2018 Bracing for an Atmospheric River — and a Sea of Rain Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2018 Warmer Climate Brings Stronger Spring Storms to the United States Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2018 Looking at Monsoon Rainfall Through a New Lens , L. Ruby Leung Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2018 Is There a Winner in the Atmospheric Tug of War? Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
01/2019 Long-Distance Soot Clogs the Winter Air in China Wang, Hailong Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
02/2019 Climate Responses to Soot Emissions Wang, Hailong Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
04/2019 The Injection Height of Aerosol Sources Plays a Role in the Destiny of Aerosols Wang, Hailong Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/2019 Predicting the Particles that Initiate Freezing in Clouds Burrows, Susannah Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
07/2019 Madden-Julian Oscillation Events Ride a Monsoonal Seesaw Leung, Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2019 Warming Temperatures Portend Wetter Winters in Western U.S. Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2019 Aerosols and the Atmospheric Ice Machine Fan, Jiwen Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2019 The Atmospheric Component of DOE’s New Earth System Model Evolves to Explore Emerging Questions Rasch, Philip Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2019 Irrigation Practices affect Monsoon Precipitation Huang, Maoyi Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2019 Tracing the Impact of Atmospheric Rivers on Land Leung, Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
08/2019 Wildfires Trigger Violent Storms with Large Hail and Lightning Fan, Jiwen Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
09/2019 Looped In: A Metric for Predicting the Strength and Location of the Tropical Rain Belt Leung, Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/2019 Contrasting Seasonal Large-Scale Environments Associated with Mesoscale Convective Systems Leung, Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
10/2019 A New Perspective on the Asian Summer Monsoon Leung, Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2019 Explaining Recent Changes in Arctic Sunlight Reflectivity Wang, Hailong Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2019 Atmospheric Rivers Trigger Heavy Snowmelt in the Western United States Leung, L. Ruby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
11/2019 Seasonality Changes of Extreme Precipitation Over California Under Warming , Ruby Leung Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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