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  1. J.Middlecoff * , Y.Yu * , and M.Govett * Published: November 15, 2022 Performance Comparison of The A-GRID and C-GRID Shallow-water Models On Icosahedral Grids
  2. GSL: 3 Authors
  3. P.Bhattacharjee, L.Zhang, B.Baker, L.Pan * , R.Montuoro * , G.Grell * , and J.Mc Queen Published: February 01, 2023 Evaluation of Aerosol Optical Depth Forecasts From NOAA'S Global Aerosol Forecast Model (gefs-aerosols)
  4. GSL: 3 Authors
  5. A.La Fleur * , R.Tanamachi, D.Dawson, and D.Turner * Published: June 01, 2023 Factors Affecting The Rapid Recovery of Cape On 31 March 2016 During Vortex-southeast
  6. GSL: 2 Authors
  7. B.Huang * , M.Pagowski * , S.Trahan * , C.Martin, A.Tangborn, S.Kondragunta, and D.Kleist Jedi-based Three-dimensional Ensemble-variational Data Assimilation System For Global Aerosol Forecasting at NCEP
  8. GSL: 3 Authors
  9. T.Lee * , R.Leeper, T.Wilson, H.Diamond, T.Meyers, and D.Turner * Published: June 01, 2023 Using The U.S. Climate Reference Network To Identify Biases In Near- and Subsurface Meteorological Fields In The HIGH-RESOLUTION Rapid Refresh (HRRR) Weather Prediction Model
  10. GSL: 2 Authors