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  1. Walsh, Kevin J., Suzana J Camargo, Gabriel A Vecchi, A S Daloz, J B Elsner, Kerry A Emanuel, M Horn, Y-K Lim, Malcolm J Roberts, Christina M Patricola, E Scoccimarro, Adam H Sobel, S E Strazzo, Gabriele Villarini, Michael F Wehner, Ming Zhao, James Kossin, T LaRow, K Oouchi, S D Schubert, H Wang, Julio T Bacmeister, P Chang, F Chauvin, C Jablonowski, Arun Kumar, and Hiroyuki Murakami, et al., July 2015: Hurricanes and climate: the U.S. CLIVAR working group on hurricanes. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 96(6), DOI:10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00242.1.
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  2. Villarini, Gabriele, James A Smith, Mary Lynn Baeck, Timothy Marchok, and Gabriel A Vecchi, December 2011: Characterization of rainfall distribution and flooding associated with U.S. landfalling tropical cyclones: Analyses of hurricanes Frances, Ivan, and Jeanne (2004). Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 116, D23116, DOI:10.1029/2011JD016175.
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  3. Murakami, Hiroyuki, Gabriel A Vecchi, Gabriele Villarini, Thomas L Delworth, Richard G Gudgel, Seth D Underwood, Xiaosong Yang, Wei Zhang, and Shian-Jiann Lin, November 2016: Seasonal Forecasts of Major Hurricanes and Landfalling Tropical Cyclones using a High-Resolution GFDL Coupled Climate Model. Journal of Climate, 29(22), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-16-0233.1.
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  4. Ross, R, and Yoshio Kurihara, 1993: Hurricane-environment interaction in hurricanes Gloria and Gilbert In 20th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 27-30.
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  6. Bender, Morris A., 1997: The effect of relative flow on the asymmetric structure in the interior of hurricanes. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 54(6), 703-724.
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  7. Kurihara, Yoshio, 1993: Hurricanes and atmospheric processes In Relating Geophysical Structures and Processes: The Jeffreys Volume, Geophysical Monograph 76, IUGG Volume 16, Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 19-26.
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  8. Zhang, Rong, and Thomas L Delworth, 2006: Impact of Atlantic multidecadal oscillations on India/Sahel rainfall and Atlantic hurricanes. Geophysical Research Letters, 33, L17712, DOI:10.1029/2006GL026267.
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  9. Shen, W, Isaac Ginis, and Robert E Tuleya, 2002: A numerical investigation of land surface water on landfalling hurricanes. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 59(4), 789-802.
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  10. Bender, Morris A., Thomas R Knutson, Robert E Tuleya, Joseph J Sirutis, Gabriel A Vecchi, Stephen T Garner, and Isaac M Held, January 2010: Modeled impact of anthropogenic warming on the frequency of intense Atlantic hurricanes. Science, 327(5964), DOI:10.1126/science.1180568.
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  11. Zhao, Ming, and Isaac M Held, December 2010: An analysis of the effect of global warming on the intensity of Atlantic hurricanes using a GCM with statistical refinement. Journal of Climate, 23(23), DOI:10.1175/2010JCLI3837.1.
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  12. Vecchi, Gabriel A., and Thomas R Knutson, March 2011: Estimating annual numbers of Atlantic hurricanes missing from the HURDAT database (1878-1965) using ship track density. Journal of Climate, 24(6), DOI:10.1175/2010JCLI3810.1.
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  13. Chen, Jan-Huey, and Shian-Jiann Lin, June 2011: The remarkable predictability of inter-annual variability of Atlantic hurricanes during the past decade. Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L11804, DOI:10.1029/2011GL047629.
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  14. Villarini, Gabriele, Gabriel A Vecchi, and James A Smith, January 2012: U.S. landfalling and North Atlantic hurricanes: Statistical modeling of their frequencies and ratios. Monthly Weather Review, 140(1), DOI:10.1175/MWR-D-11-00063.1.
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  15. Vecchi, Gabriel A., and Gabriele Villarini, February 2014: Next Season’s Hurricanes. Science, 343(6171), DOI:10.1126/science.1247759.
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  16. Murakami, Hiroyuki, Gabriel A Vecchi, Seth D Underwood, Thomas L Delworth, Andrew T Wittenberg, Whit G Anderson, Jan-Huey Chen, Richard G Gudgel, Lucas Harris, Shian-Jiann Lin, and Fanrong Zeng, December 2015: Simulation and Prediction of Category 4 and 5 Hurricanes in the High-Resolution GFDL HiFLOR Coupled Climate Model. Journal of Climate, 28(23), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-15-0216.1.
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  17. Hazelton, Andrew T., Robert Rogers, and R E Hart, August 2017: Analyzing Simulated Convective Bursts in Two Atlantic Hurricanes. Part I: Burst Formation and Development. Monthly Weather Review, 145(8), DOI:10.1175/MWR-D-16-0267.1.
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  18. Hazelton, Andrew T., R E Hart, and Robert Rogers, August 2017: Analyzing Simulated Convective Bursts in Two Atlantic Hurricanes. Part II: Intensity Change due to Bursts. Monthly Weather Review, 145(8), DOI:10.1175/MWR-D-16-0268.1.
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  19. Moon, Il-Ju, Thomas R Knutson, Hye-Ji Kim, Alexander V Babanin, and Jin-Yong Jeong, November 2022: Why do eastern North Pacific hurricanes intensify more and faster than their western-counterpart typhoons with less ocean energy? Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 103(11), DOI:10.1175/BAMS-D-21-0131.1E2604-E2627.
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  20. Kurihara, Yoshio, R Ross, and Morris A Bender, 1991: Toward improvement of the dynamical prediction of tropical cyclones: A hurricane model initialization scheme In 19th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Boston, MA, American Geophysical Union, 326-327.
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  22. Knutson, Thomas R., Robert E Tuleya, W Shen, and Isaac Ginis, 2001: Impact of CO2-induced warming on hurricane intensities simulated in a hurricane model with ocean coupling. Journal of Climate, 14(11), 2458-2468.
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  23. Knutson, Thomas R., and Robert E Tuleya, 1999: Increased hurricane intensities with CO2 -induced global warming as simulated using the GFDL hurricane prediction system. Climate Dynamics, 15, 503-519.
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  24. Wu, C-C, and Kerry A Emanuel, 1995: Potential vorticity diagnostics of hurricane movement. Part I: A case study of Hurricane Bob (1991). Monthly Weather Review, 123(1), 69-92.
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  25. Wu, C-C, and Kerry A Emanuel, 1995: Potential vorticity diagnostics of hurricane movement. Part II: Tropical Storm Ana (1991) and Hurricane Andrew (1992). Monthly Weather Review, 123(1), 93-109.
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  26. Shen, B-W, R Atlas, O Reale, Shian-Jiann Lin, J-D Chern, J Chang, C Henze, and J-L Li, 2006: Hurricane forecasts with a global mesoscale-resolving model: Preliminary results with Hurricane Katrina (2005). Geophysical Research Letters, 33, L13813, DOI:10.1029/2006GL026143.
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  27. Knutson, Thomas R., Robert E Tuleya, and Yoshio Kurihara, 1997: Exploring the sensitivity of hurricane intensity to CO2-induced global warming using the GFDL Hurricane Prediction System In 22nd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 587-588.
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  31. Bender, Morris A., and Isaac Ginis, 2000: Real-case simulations of hurricane-ocean interaction using a high-resolution coupled model: effects on hurricane intensity. Monthly Weather Review, 128(4), 917-946.
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  32. Wu, C-C, and Yoshio Kurihara, 1996: A numerical study of the feedback mechanisms of hurricane-environment interaction on hurricane movement from the potential vorticity perspective. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 53(15), 2264-2282.
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  33. Kurihara, Yoshio, Robert E Tuleya, and Morris A Bender, 1998: The GFDL Hurricane Prediction System and its performance in the 1995 hurricane season. Monthly Weather Review, 126(5), 1306-1322.
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  34. Zhang, Zhan, and Mingjing Tong, et al., July 2020: The Impact of Stochastic Physics-Based Hybrid GSI/EnKF Data Assimilation on Hurricane Forecasts Using EMC Operational Hurricane Modeling System. Atmosphere, 11(8), 801, DOI:10.3390/atmos11080801.
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  35. Hazelton, Andrew T., Zhan Zhang, Bin Liu, Jili Dong, Ghassan Alaka, Weiguo Wang, Timothy Marchok, Avichal Mehra, Sundararaman Gopalakrishnan, Xuejin Zhang, Morris A Bender, Vijay Tallapragada, and Frank D Marks, April 2021: 2019 Atlantic hurricane forecasts from the global-nested Hurricane Analysis and Forecast System: Composite statistics and key events. Weather and Forecasting, 36(2), DOI:10.1175/WAF-D-20-0044.1519-538.
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  36. Hazelton, Andrew T., Kun Gao, Morris A Bender, Levi Cowan, Ghassan J Alaka Jr, Alex Kaltenbaugh, Lew Gramer, Xuejin Zhang, Lucas Harris, Timothy Marchok, Matthew J Morin, Avichal Mehra, Zhan Zhang, Bin Liu, and Frank D Marks, January 2022: Performance of 2020 real-time Atlantic hurricane forecasts from high-resolution global-nested hurricane models: HAFS-globalnest and GFDL T-SHiELD. Weather and Forecasting, 37(1), DOI:10.1175/WAF-D-21-0102.1143-161.
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  37. Tuleya, Robert E., Morris A Bender, Thomas R Knutson, Joseph J Sirutis, Biju Thomas, and Isaac Ginis, October 2016: Impact of upper tropospheric temperature anomalies and vertical wind shear on tropical cyclone evolution using an idealized version of the operational GFDL hurricane model. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 73(10), DOI:10.1175/JAS-D-16-0045.1.
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  47. Bender, Morris A., Robert E Tuleya, and Yoshio Kurihara, 1987: A numerical study of the effect of island terrain on tropical cyclones. Monthly Weather Review, 115(1), 130-155.
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  50. Tuleya, Robert E., and Yoshio Kurihara, 1978: A numerical simulation of the landfall of tropical cyclones. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 35(2), 242-257.
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  51. Mechoso, C R., 1980: The atmospheric circulation around Antarctica: Linear stability and finite-amplitude interactions with migrating cyclones. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 37(10), 2209-2233.
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  52. Tuleya, Robert E., Morris A Bender, and Yoshio Kurihara, 1984: A simulation study of the landfall of tropical cyclones using a movable nested-mesh model. Monthly Weather Review, 112(1), 124-136.
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  54. Lighthill, J, G Holland, W Gray, Christopher Landsea, G Craig, J Evans, Yoshio Kurihara, and C Guard, 1994: Global climate change and tropical cyclones. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 75(11), 2147-2157.
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  66. Villarini, Gabriele, R Goska, James A Smith, and Gabriel A Vecchi, September 2014: North Atlantic Tropical Cyclones and U.S. Flooding. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 95(9), DOI:10.1175/BAMS-D-13-00060.1.
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  67. Scoccimarro, E, Silvio Gualdi, Gabriele Villarini, Gabriel A Vecchi, and Ming Zhao, et al., June 2014: Intense Precipitation Events Associated with Landfalling Tropical Cyclones in response to a Warmer Climate and increased CO2. Journal of Climate, 27(12), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-14-00065.1.
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  68. Wang, H, L Long, Arun Kumar, W Wang, J-K E Shemm, Ming Zhao, and Gabriel A Vecchi, et al., August 2014: How well do global climate models simulate the variability of Atlantic tropical cyclones associated with ENSO? Journal of Climate, 27(15), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-13-00625.1.
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  69. Shaevitz, D, Suzana J Camargo, Adam H Sobel, J A Jonas, D Kim, Arun Kumar, T LaRow, Y-K Lim, Hiroyuki Murakami, Kevin A Reed, Malcolm J Roberts, E Scoccimarro, Pier Luigi Vidale, H Wang, Michael F Wehner, Ming Zhao, and N Henderson, December 2014: Characteristics of tropical cyclones in high-resolution models in the present climate. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 6(4), DOI:10.1002/2014MS000372.
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  70. Wright, D, Thomas R Knutson, and James A Smith, December 2015: Regional climate model projections of rainfall from U.S. landfalling tropical cyclones. Climate Dynamics, 45(11-12), DOI:10.1007/s00382-015-2544-y.
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  73. Sugi, M, K Yoshida, and Hiroyuki Murakami, August 2015: More tropical cyclones in a cooler climate? Geophysical Research Letters, 42(16), DOI:10.1002/2015GL064929.
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  74. Zhang, Wei, Gabriel A Vecchi, Hiroyuki Murakami, Gabriele Villarini, and Liwei Jia, January 2016: The Pacific Meridional Mode and the Occurrence of Tropical Cyclones in the Western North Pacific. Journal of Climate, 29(1), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-15-0282.1.
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  75. Walsh, Kevin J., J McBride, Philip J Klotzbach, S Balachandran, Suzana J Camargo, G Holland, Thomas R Knutson, James Kossin, Tsz-Cheung Lee, Adam H Sobel, and M Sugi, January 2016: Tropical cyclones and climate change. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 7(1), DOI:10.1002/wcc.371.
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  76. Ogata, Tomomichi, Ryo Mizuta, Yukimasa Adachi, Hiroyuki Murakami, and Tomoaki Ose, December 2015: Effect of air-sea coupling on the frequency distribution of intense tropical cyclones over the northwestern Pacific. Geophysical Research Letters, 42(23), DOI:10.1002/2015GL066774.
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  77. Murakami, Hiroyuki, Gabriele Villarini, Gabriel A Vecchi, Wei Zhang, and Richard G Gudgel, June 2016: Statistical–Dynamical Seasonal Forecast of North Atlantic and U.S. Landfalling Tropical Cyclones Using the High-Resolution GFDL FLOR Coupled Model. Monthly Weather Review, 144(6), DOI:10.1175/MWR-D-15-0308.1.
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  78. Zhang, Wei, Gabriele Villarini, Gabriel A Vecchi, Hiroyuki Murakami, and Richard G Gudgel, June 2016: Statistical-dynamical seasonal forecast of western North Pacific and East Asia landfalling tropical cyclones using the high-resolution GFDL FLOR coupled model. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 8(2), DOI:10.1002/2015MS000607.
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  79. Han, R, H Wang, Zeng-Zhen Hu, Arun Kumar, W Li, L Long, J-K E Schemm, P Peng, W Wang, D Si, X Jia, Ming Zhao, and Gabriel A Vecchi, et al., September 2016: An assessment of multi-model simulations for the variability of western North Pacific tropical cyclones and its association with ENSO. Journal of Climate, 29(18), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-15-0720.1.
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  80. Kossin, James, Kerry A Emanuel, and Gabriel A Vecchi, June 2016: Comment on 'Roles of interbasin frequency changes in the poleward shifts of the maximum intensity location of tropical cyclones'. Environmental Research Letters, 11(6), DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/11/6/068001.
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  82. Luitel, B, Gabriele Villarini, and Gabriel A Vecchi, January 2018: Verification of the skill of numerical weather prediction models in forecasting rainfall from U.S. landfalling tropical cyclones. Journal of Hydrology, 556, DOI:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2016.09.019.
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  83. Sugi, M, Hiroyuki Murakami, and K Yoshida, July 2017: Projection of future changes in the frequency of intense tropical cyclones. Climate Dynamics, 49(1-2), DOI:10.1007/s00382-016-3361-7.
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  84. Khouakhi, A, Gabriele Villarini, and Gabriel A Vecchi, January 2017: Contribution of tropical cyclones to rainfall at the global scale. Journal of Climate, 30(1), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-16-0298.1.
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  85. Zhou, W, Isaac M Held, and Stephen T Garner, March 2017: Tropical Cyclones in Rotating Radiative-Convective Equilibrium with Coupled SST. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, 74(3), DOI:10.1175/JAS-D-16-0195.1.
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  86. Zhang, Wei, Gabriel A Vecchi, Gabriele Villarini, Hiroyuki Murakami, Richard G Gudgel, and Xiaosong Yang, March 2017: Statistical–Dynamical Seasonal Forecast of Western North Pacific and East Asia Landfalling Tropical Cyclones using the GFDL FLOR Coupled Climate Model. Journal of Climate, 30(6), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-16-0487.1.
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  87. Zhang, Wei, Gabriele Villarini, Gabriel A Vecchi, and Hiroyuki Murakami, February 2018: Impacts of the Pacific Meridional Mode on Landfalling North Atlantic tropical cyclones. Climate Dynamics, 50(3-4), DOI:10.1007/s00382-017-3656-3.
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  88. Kim, D, Yumin Moon, Suzana J Camargo, Allison A Wing, Adam H Sobel, Hiroyuki Murakami, Gabriel A Vecchi, Ming Zhao, and E Page, March 2018: Process-oriented diagnosis of tropical cyclones in high-resolution GCMs. Journal of Climate, 31(5), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-17-0269.1.
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  89. Gualtieri, L, Suzana J Camargo, and Salvatore Pascale, et al., February 2018: The persistent signature of tropical cyclones in ambient seismic noise. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 484, DOI:10.1016/j.epsl.2017.12.026.
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  90. Zhang, Wei, Gabriele Villarini, Gabriel A Vecchi, and Hiroyuki Murakami, May 2019: Rainfall from tropical cyclones: high-resolution simulations and seasonal forecasts. Climate Dynamics, 52(9-10), DOI:10.1007/s00382-018-4446-2.
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  91. Li, Weiwei, Z Wang, Gan Zhang, M S Peng, S G Benjamin, and Ming Zhao, December 2018: Subseasonal Variability of Rossby Wave Breaking and Impacts on Tropical Cyclones during the North Atlantic Warm Season. Journal of Climate, 31(23), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-17-0880.1.
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  92. Zhang, L, and Leo Oey, January 2019: Young ocean waves favor the rapid intensification of tropical cyclones - a global observational analysis. Monthly Weather Review, 147(1), DOI:10.1175/MWR-D-18-0214.1.
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  93. Keller, J H., C M Grams, M Riemer, and Heather M Archambault, et al., April 2019: The Extratropical Transition of Tropical Cyclones Part II: Interaction with the midlatitude flow, downstream impacts, and implications for predictability. Monthly Weather Review, 147(4), DOI:10.1175/MWR-D-17-0329.1.
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  94. Riboldi, J, C M Grams, M Riemer, and Heather M Archambault, February 2019: A phase-locking perspective on Rossby wave amplification and atmospheric blocking downstream of recurving western North Pacific tropical cyclones. Monthly Weather Review, 147(2), DOI:10.1175/MWR-D-18-0271.1.
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  95. Catalano, A J., Anthony J Broccoli, Sarah B Kapnick, and Tyler P Janoski, April 2019: High-Impact Extratropical Cyclones along the Northeast Coast of the United States in a Long Coupled Climate Model Simulation. Journal of Climate, 32(7), DOI:10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0376.1.
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  96. Wang, D, T Kukulka, Brandon G Reichl, Tetsu Hara, and Isaac Ginis, et al., September 2018: Interaction of Langmuir Turbulence and Inertial Currents in the Ocean Surface Boundary Layer under Tropical Cyclones. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 48(9), DOI:10.1175/JPO-D-17-0258.1.
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  97. Knutson, Thomas R., et al., October 2019: Tropical Cyclones and Climate Change Assessment: Part I. Detection and Attribution. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 100(10), DOI:10.1175/BAMS-D-18-0189.1.
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  98. Merlis, Timothy M., and Isaac M Held, September 2019: Aquaplanet Simulations of Tropical Cyclones. Current Climate Change Reports, 5(3), DOI:10.1007/s40641-019-00133-y.
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  99. Knutson, Thomas R., et al., March 2020: Tropical Cyclones and Climate Change Assessment: Part II. Projected Response to Anthropogenic Warming. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 101(3), DOI:10.1175/BAMS-D-18-0194.1.
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  100. Strong, Jeffrey D., Gabriel A Vecchi, and Paul Ginoux, May 2018: The Climatological Effect of Saharan Dust on Global Tropical Cyclones in a Fully Coupled GCM. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 123(10), DOI:10.1029/2017JD027808.
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