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Peer-Reviewed Publications

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  1. K.Kim and L.Zhang Published: September 10, 2021 Modeling Asian Dust Storms Using WRF-CHEM During The Dragon-asia Field Campaign In April 2012
  2. R.Banta, J.Olson * , J.Kenyon * , S.Benjamin * , and D.Turner * Published: October 26, 2021 Doppler-lidar Evaluation of Hrrr-model Skill at Simulating Summertime Wind Regimes In The Columbia River Basin During WFIP2
  3. GSL: 4 Authors
  4. H.Guy and D.Turner * Published: October 14, 2021 Controls On Surface Aerosol Particle Number Concentrations and Aerosol-limited Cloud Regimes Over The Central Greenland Ice Sheet
  5. GSL: 1 Author
  6. J.English * , D.Turner * , T.Alcott * , W.Moninger * , and M.Marquis * Published: October 21, 2021 Evaluating Operational and Experimental HRRR Model Forecasts of Atmospheric River Events In California
  7. GSL: 5 Authors
  8. J.Hu, E.James * , and M.Hu * Published: November 16, 2021 Assessment of Storm-scale Real Time Assimilation of GOES-16 GLM Lightning-derived Water Vapor Mass On Short Term Precipitation Forecasts During The 2020 Spring Forecast Experiment
  9. GSL: 2 Authors