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  1. Estimate soil moisture and snow everywhere on land from multiple satellites
  2. High Summertime Aerosol Loadings Over the Arabian Sea and Their Transport Pathways
  3. Potential surface hydrologic responses to increases in greenhouse gas concentrations and land use and land cover changes
  4. Implementation of a vector-based river network routing scheme in the community WRF-Hydro modeling framework for flood discharge simulation
  5. Insights into Hydrometeorological Factors Constraining Flood Prediction Skill during the May and October 2015 Texas Hill Country Flood Events
  6. Missing pieces to modeling the Arctic-Boreal puzzle
  7. Spatiotemporal Evaluation of Simulated Evapotranspiration and Streamflow over Texas using the WRF-Hydro-RAPID Modeling Framework
  8. Decadal Modulation of Precipitation Patterns over Eastern China by Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies
  9. Irrigation-Induced Environmental Changes around the Aral Sea: An Integrated View from Multiple Satellite Observations
  10. Foreword to the special issue: decadal scale drought in arid regions
  11. Improving the Radiance Assimilation Performance in Estimating Snow Water Storage across Snow and Land-Cover Types in North America
  12. Understanding dust emission in the Bodélé region by extracting locally mobilized dust aerosols from satellite Aerosol Optical Depth data using principal component analysis
  14. Quantifying local-scale dust emission from the Arabian Red Sea coastal plain
  15. Effects of soil-type datasets on regional terrestrial water cycle simulations under different climatic regimes
  16. Snow data assimilation-constrained land initialization improves seasonal temperature prediction
  17. Estimating Snow Water Storage in North America Using CLM4, DART, and Snow Radiance Data Assimilation
  18. Continental-Scale River Flow Modeling of the Mississippi River Basin Using High-Resolution NHDPlusDataset
  19. Seasonal Responses of Indian Summer Monsoon to Dust Aerosols in the Middle East, India, and China
  20. Global Soil Moisture Estimation by Assimilating AMSR-E Brightness Temperatures in a Coupled CLM4–RTM–DART System
  21. High sensitivity of Indian summer monsoon to Middle East dust absorptive properties
  22. Estimating uncertainties in the newly developed multi-source land snow data assimilation system
  23. Role of ocean evaporation in California droughts and floods
  24. Diagnostic evaluation of the Community Earth System Model in simulating mineral dust emission with insight into large-scale dust storm mobilization in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
  25. A decade of RAPID-Reflections on the development of an open source geoscience code
  26. Quantifying the impacts of landscape heterogeneity and model resolution on dust emissions in the Arabian Peninsula
  27. New insights into the wind-dust relationship in sandblasting and direct aerodynamic entrainment from wind tunnel experiments
  28. Evaluation of the Snow Simulations from the Community Land Model, Version 4 (CLM4)
  29. A GIS Framework for Regional Modeling of Riverine Nitrogen Transport: Case Study, San Antonio and Guadalupe Basins
  30. Development and evaluation of a physically-based lake level model for water resource management: A case study for Lake Buchanan, Texas
  31. Enhanced fixed-size parallel speedup with the Muskingum method using a trans-boundary approach and a large subbasins approximation
  32. Error Characterization of Coupled Land Surface-Radiative Transfer Models for Snow Microwave Radiance Assimilation
  33. A new dynamical downscaling approach
  34. Foreword to the special issue: regional earth system modeling
  35. Impact of LULCC on climate seasonality and variability
  36. Modeling seasonal snowpack evolution in the complex terrain and forested Colorado Headwaters region: A model intercomparison study
  37. Assessment of simulated water balance from Noah, Noah-MP, CLM, and VIC over CONUS using the NLDAS test bed
  38. Mapping erodibility in dust source regions based on geomorphology, meteorology, and remote sensing
  39. The scale-dependence of SMOS soil moisture accuracy and its improvement through land data assimilation in the central Tibetan Plateau
  40. Assimilation of MODIS snow cover through the Data Assimilation Research Testbed and the Community Land Model version 4
  41. Positive response of Indian summer rainfall to Middle East dust
  42. Spring soil moisture‐precipitation feedback in the Southern Great Plains: How is it related to large‐scale atmospheric conditions?
  43. Hydrological evaluation of the Noah-MP land surface model for the Mississippi River Basin
  44. Spin-up processes in the Community Land Model version 4 with explicit carbon and nitrogen components
  45. Quantification of the upstream-to-downstream influence in the Muskingum method and implications for speedup in parallel computations of river flow
  46. Climate, river network, and vegetation cover relationships across a climate gradient and their potential for predicting effects of decadal-scale climate change
  47. Regional-scale river flow modeling using off-the-shelf runoff products, thousands of mapped rivers and hundreds of stream flow gauges
  48. An Improved Dynamical Downscaling Method with GCM Bias Corrections and Its Validation with 30 Years of Climate Simulations
  49. A method to study the impact of climate change on variability of river flow: an example from the Guadalupe River in Texas
  50. River Network Routing on the NHDPlus Dataset
  51. The Community Climate System Model Version 4
  52. The community Noah land surface model with multiparameterization options (Noah-MP): 2. Evaluation over global river basins
  53. The community Noah land surface model with multiparameterization options (Noah-MP): 1. Model description and evaluation with local-scale measurements
  54. RAPID applied to the SIM-France model
  55. Parameterization improvements and functional and structural advances in Version 4 of the Community Land Model
  56. Parameter estimation in ensemble based snow data assimilation: A synthetic study
  57. Ensemble Evaluation of Hydrologically Enhanced Noah-LSM: Partitioning of the Water Balance in High-Resolution Simulations over the Little Washita River Experimental Watershed
  58. Sensitivity of biogenic secondary organic aerosols to future climate change at regional scales: An online coupled simulation
  59. Multisensor snow data assimilation at the continental scale: The value of Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment terrestrial water storage information
  60. Quantifying parameter sensitivity, interaction, and transferability in hydrologically enhanced versions of the Noah land surface model over transition zones during the warm season
  61. Using NHDPlus as the Land Base for the Noah-distributed Model
  62. Evaluating Enhanced Hydrological Representations in Noah LSM over Transition Zones: Implications for Model Development
  63. Impacts of vegetation and groundwater dynamics on warm season precipitation over the Central United States
  64. Assessing the Capability of a Regional-Scale Weather Model to Simulate Extreme Precipitation Patterns and Flooding in Central Texas
  65. Effects of water table dynamics on regional climate: A case study over east Asian monsoon area
  66. Predicted impacts of climate and land use change on surface ozone in the Houston, Texas, area
  67. Model performance, model robustness, and model fitness scores: A new method for identifying good land-surface models
  68. Sensitivity of biogenic emissions simulated by a land-surface model to land-cover representations
  69. Assessment of three dynamical climate downscaling methods using the Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model
  70. Enhancing the estimation of continental-scale snow water equivalent by assimilating MODIS snow cover with the ensemble Kalman filter
  71. An observation-based formulation of snow cover fraction and its evaluation over large North American river basins
  72. Retrieving snow mass from GRACE terrestrial water storage change with a land surface model
  73. Interannual variation in biogenic emissions on a regional scale
  74. Improving land-surface model hydrology: Is an explicit aquifer model better than a deeper soil profile?
  75. Development of a simple groundwater model for use in climate models and evaluation with Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment data
  76. Future precipitation changes and their implications for tropical peatlands
  77. Effects of Frozen Soil on Snowmelt Runoff and Soil Water Storage at a Continental Scale
  78. The Community Land Model and Its Climate Statistics as a Component of the Community Climate System Model
  79. Development of species-based, regional emission capacities for simulation of biogenic volatile organic compound emissions in land-surface models: An example from Texas, USA
  80. Assessing a land surface model's improvements with GRACE estimates
  81. A simple TOPMODEL-based runoff parameterization (SIMTOP) for use in global climate models
  82. Effects of vegetation canopy processes on snow surface energy and mass balances
  83. The Common Land Model
  84. The Versatile Integrator of Surface and Atmosphere processes
  85. The versatile integrator of surface atmospheric processes
  86. Hydrometeorological Response of the Modeled North American Monsoon to Convective Parameterization
  87. The impact of sea surface temperature on the North American monsoon: A GCM study
  88. The Land Surface Climatology of the Community Land Model Coupled to the NCAR Community Climate Model*
  89. Sensitivity of the Modeled North American Monsoon Regional Climate to Convective Parameterization
  90. Comparison of albedos computed by land surface models and evaluation against remotely sensed data
  91. Impact of field-calibrated vegetation parameters on GCM climate simulations
  92. Evaluation of the simulations of the North American Monsoon in the NCAR CCM3
  93. Impact of field-calibrated vegetation parameters on GCM climate simulations
  94. Comparative Evaluation of BATS2, BATS, and SiB2 with Amazon Data
  95. Use of a Coupled Land Surface General Circulation Model to Examine the Impacts of Doubled Stomatal Resistance on the Water Resources of the American Southwest
  96. One-dimensional snow water and energy balance model for vegetated surfaces
  97. Simulation of snow mass and extent in general circulation models
  98. The Project for Intercomparison of Land-surface Parameterization Schemes (PILPS) phase 2(c) Red–Arkansas River basin experiment:
  99. The Project for Intercomparison of Land-surface Parameterization Schemes (PILPS) Phase 2(c) Red–Arkansas River basin experiment:
  100. The Project for Intercomparison of Land-surface Parameterization Schemes (PILPS) phase 2(c) Red-Arkansas River basin experiment:
  101. Treatment of soil, vegetation and snow in land surface models: a test of the Biosphere–Atmosphere Transfer Scheme with the HAPEX-MOBILHY, ABRACOS and Russian data
  102. Validation of the Snow Submodel of the Biosphere–Atmosphere Transfer Scheme with Russian Snow Cover and Meteorological Observational Data
  103. Surface flux measurement and modeling at a semi-arid Sonoran Desert site
  104. Description of the Biosphere-Atmosphere Transfer Scheme (BATS) for the Soil Moisture Workshop and evaluation of its performance
  105. Modeling vadose zone liquid water fluxes: Infiltration, runoff, drainage, interflow
  106. Sub-grid scale precipitation in ALCMs: re-assessing the land surface sensitivity using a single column model