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Peer-Reviewed Publications

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  1. H.Li * , G.Grell * , R.Ahmadov * , L.Zhang, S.Sun * , J.Schnell * , and N.Wang * Published: January 25, 2024 A Simple and Realistic Aerosol Emission Approach For Use In The Thompson-eidhammer Microphysics Sscheme In The NOAA Ufs Weather Model (version GSL Global-24feb 2022)
  2. 6 GSL Authors
  3. L.Bernardet * , J.Brown * , D.Heinzeller * , W.Li, L.Pan * , X.Sun * , and D.Turner * Published: January 01, 2024 A Case Study Investigating The Low Summertime Cape Behavior In The Global Forecast System
  4. 6 GSL Authors
  5. P.Burke, A.Clark, D.Dowell * , J.Gao, J.Guerra * , J.Kain, C.Potvin, P.Skinner, L.Wicker, N.Youssouf, and P.Heinselman Published: January 01, 2024 Warn-on-forecast System: From Vision To Reality
  6. 2 GSL Authors
  7. D.Dowell * , J.Grim, and J.Pinto Published: January 01, 2024 Assessing Rrfs Versus HRRR In Predicting Widespread Convective Systems Over The Eastern CONUS
  8. 1 GSL Author