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Submissions from 2020

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Statistical and empirical relationships between tornado intensity and both topography and land cover using rapid-scan radar observations and a GIS, Jana B. Houser, Nathaniel McGinnis, Kelly M. Butler, Howard B. Bluestein, Jeffrey C. Snyder, and Michael M. French

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Protecting canyonlands: Anatomy of a national park struggle in southeastern Utah, USA, Natalie S. Mumich, Geoffrey L. Buckley, Yolonda Youngs, and Tatyana Martello

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Theoretical Perspectives of the Baltimore Ecosystem Study: Conceptual Evolution in a Social-Ecological Research Project, Steward T.A. Pickett, Mary L. Cadenasso, Matthew E. Baker, Lawrence E. Band, Christopher G. Boone, Geoffrey L. Buckley, Peter M. Groffman, J. Morgan Grove, Elena G. Irwin, Sujay S. Kaushal, Shannon L. Ladeau, Andrew J. Miller, Charles H. Nilon, Michele Romolini, Emma J. Rosi, Christopher M. Swan, and Katalin Szlavecz

Submissions from 2019

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State of the climate in 2018, M. Ades, R. Adler, Laura S. Aldeco, G. Alejandra, Eric J. Alfaro, Vannia Aliaga-Nestares, Richard P. Allan, Rob Allan, Lincoln M. Alves, Jorge A. Amador, J. K. Andersen, John Anderson, Derek S. Arndt, C. Arosio, Kevin Arrigo, César Azorin-Molina, M. Yu Bardin, Jonathan Barichivich, Sandra Barreira, Stephen Baxter, H. E. Beck, Andreas Becker, Gerald D. Bell, Nicolas Bellouin, M. Belmont, Angela Benedetti, Imme Benedict, G. H. Bernhard, Paul Berrisford, David I. Berry, Lynette Bettio, and Ryan L. Fogt

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The Dominant Climate Change Event for Salinity Intrusion in the GBM Delta, Rabeya Akter, Tansir Zaman Asik, Mohiuddin Sakib, Marin Akter, Mostofa Najmus Sakib, A. S.M.Alauddin Al Azad, Montasir Maruf, Anisul Haque, and Md Munsur Rahman

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Teaching urban sustainability: A study abroad perspective, Geoffrey Buckley, Tawny Paul, Hamish Kallin, and Harriet Cornell

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Southern hemisphere pressure relationships during the 20th century-implications for climate reconstructions and model evaluation, Logan Clark and Ryan Fogt

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A GIS-based water balance approach using a lidar-derived DEM captures fine-scale vegetation patterns, James M. Dyer

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Mapping from spatial meaning: Bridging Hnãhñu (Otomi) ecological knowledge and geo-information tools, José Mariá León Villalobos, Verónica Vázquez Garciá, Enrique Ojeda Trejo, Michael K. McCall, Juan Hernández Hernández, and Gaurav Sinha

Submissions from 2018

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The multiple-vortex structure of the El Reno, Oklahoma, Tornado on 31 May 2013, Howard B. Bluestein, Kyle J. Thiem, Jeffrey C. Snyder, and Jana B. Houser

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A new monthly pressure dataset poleward of 60°S since 1957, Ryan L. Fogt, Logan N. Clark, and Julien P. Nicolas

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Artifacts in Century-Length Atmospheric and Coupled Reanalyses Over Antarctica Due To Historical Data Availability, David P. Schneider and Ryan L. Fogt

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Applications of a spatially variable advection correction technique for temporal correction of dual-doppler analyses of tornadic supercells, Zachary B. Wienhoff, Howard B. Bluestein, Louis J. Wicker, Jeffrey C. Snyder, Alan Shapiro, Corey K. Potvin, Jana B. Houser, and Dylan W. Reif