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Peer-Reviewed Publications

A peer-reviewed publication subjects an author's research to the scrutiny of others who are experts in the same field (peers) to ensure academic scientific quality.

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  1. R.Cifelli and G.Pratt * Published: January 27, 2021 Assessment of Flood Forecast Products For A Coupled Tributary-coastal Model
  2. GSL: 1 Author
  3. P.Li and L.Lin * Published: November 01, 2021 Hydrometeorological Assessment of Satellite and Model Precipitation Products Over Taiwan
  4. GSL: 1 Author
  5. A.Kumar, R.Ahmadov * , and G.Grell * Published: August 10, 2022 Simulating Wildfire Emissions and Plume Rise Using Geostationary Satellite Fire Radiative Power Measurements: A Case Study of The 2019 Williams Flats Fire
  6. GSL: 2 Authors
  7. S.Benjamin * , T.Smirnova * , and E.James * Published: September 05, 2022 Inland Lake Temperature Initialization Via Coupled Cycling With Atmospheric Data Assimilation
  8. GSL: 3 Authors
  9. J.Seo and D.Turner * Published: September 16, 2022 The Impact of Nonzenith Elevation Angles On Ground-based Infrared Thermodynamic Retrievals
  10. GSL: 1 Author