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    1. Pielke, RA
      Influence of the spatial distribution of vegetation and soils on the prediction of cumulus convective rainfall

      REVIEWS OF GEOPHYSICS
    2. Rowan, EL; de Marsily, G
      Infiltration of Late Palaeozoic evaporative brines in the Reelfoot rift: apossible salt source for Illinois basin formation waters and MVT mineralizing fluids

      PETROLEUM GEOSCIENCE
    3. Watson, E; Luckman, BH
      Dendroclimatic reconstruction of precipitation for sites in the southern Canadian Rockies

      HOLOCENE
    4. Zhou, SG; Stanosz, GR
      Primers for amplification of mt SSU rDNA, and a phylogenetic study of Botryosphaeria and associated anamorphic fungi

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    5. Forman, SL; Oglesby, R; Webb, RS
      Temporal and spatial patterns of Holocene dune activity on the Great Plains of North America: megadroughts and climate links

      GLOBAL AND PLANETARY CHANGE
    6. Liang, XZ; Kunkel, KE; Samel, AN
      Development of a regional climate model for US midwest applications. Part I: Sensitivity to buffer zone treatment

      JOURNAL OF CLIMATE
    7. Bierly, GD; Winkler, JA
      A composite analysis of airstreams within cold-season Colorado cyclones

      WEATHER AND FORECASTING
    8. Cedeno, L; Carrero, C; Franco, W; Lezama, AT
      Sphaeropsis sapinea associated with shoot blight, dieback and canker in trunks, branches and roots of Caribbean pine in Venezuela

      INTERCIENCIA
    9. Flowers, J; Nuckles, E; Hartman, J; Vaillancourt, L
      Latent infection of Austrian and Scots pine tissues by Sphaeropsis sapinea

      PLANT DISEASE
    10. Rajendran, CP; Rajendran, K
      Characteristics of deformation and past seismicity associated with the 1819 Kutch earthquake, northwestern India

      BULLETIN OF THE SEISMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    11. Stanosz, GR; Blodgett, JT; Smith, DR; Kruger, EL
      Water stress and Sphaeropsis sapinea as a latent pathogen of red pine seedlings

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    12. Smith, DR; Stanosz, GR
      Molecular and morphological differentiation of Botryosphaeria dothidea (anamorph Fusicoccum aesculi) from some other fungi with Fusicoccum anamorphs

      MYCOLOGIA
    13. Rauber, RM; Yang, MQ; Ramamurthy, MK; Jewett, BF
      Origin, evolution, and finescale structure of the St. Valentine's Day mesoscale gravity wave observed during STORM-FEST. Part I: Origin and evolution

      MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW
    14. Xue, Y; Zeng, FJ; Mitchell, KE; Janjic, Z; Rogers, E
      The impact of land surface processes on simulations of the US hydrologicalcycle: A case study of the 1993 flood using the SSiB land surface model inthe NCEP Eta regional model

      MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW
    15. Miller, JA; Kovacs, TA; Bannon, PR
      A shallow-water model of the diurnal dryline

      JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES
    16. Hildenbrand, TG; Stuart, WD; Talwani, P
      Geologic structures related to New Madrid earthquakes near Memphis, Tennessee, based on gravity and magnetic interpretations

      ENGINEERING GEOLOGY
    17. Maurer, EP; O'Donnell, GM; Lettenmaier, DP; Roads, JO
      Evaluation of the land surface water budget in NCEP/NCAR and NCEP/DOE reanalyses using an off-line hydrologic model

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    18. Vujanovic, V; St-Arnaud, M; Neumann, PJ
      Susceptibility of cones and seeds to fungal infection in a pine (Pinus spp.) collection

      FOREST PATHOLOGY
    19. Baker, RG; Fredlund, GG; Mandel, RD; Bettis, EA
      Holocene environments of the central Great Plains: multi-proxy evidence from alluvial sequences, southeastern Nebraska

      QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL
    20. Johnson, WC; Willey, KL
      Isotopic and rock magnetic expression of environmental change at the Pleistocene-Holocene transition in the central Great Plains

      QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL
    21. MacDonald, GM; Case, RA
      Biological evidence of multiple temporal and spatial scales of hydrological variation in the western interior of Canada

      QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL
    22. Pienitz, R; Smol, JP; Last, WM; Leavitt, PR; Cumming, BF
      Multi-proxy Holocene palaeoclimatic record from a saline lake in the Canadian Subarctic

      HOLOCENE
    23. Saulo, AC; Nicolini, M; Chou, SC
      Model characterization of the South American low-level flow during the 1997-1998 spring-summer season

      CLIMATE DYNAMICS
    24. Hu, Q; Willson, GD
      Effects of temperature anomalies on the Palmer Drought Severity Index in the central United States

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLIMATOLOGY
    25. de Wet, J; Wingfield, MJ; Coutinho, TA; Wingfield, BD
      Characterization of Sphaeropsis sapinea isolates from South Africa, Mexico, and Indonesia

      PLANT DISEASE
    26. Fritz, SC; Ito, E; Yu, ZC; Laird, KR; Engstrom, DR
      Hydrologic variation in the northern Great Plains during the last two millennia

      QUATERNARY RESEARCH
    27. Hall, RD; Anderson, AK
      Comparative soil development of Quaternary paleosols of the central UnitedStates

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    28. Laing, AG; Fritsch, JM
      The large-scale environments of the global populations of mesoscale convective complexes

      MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW
    29. Mo, KC
      Intraseasonal modulation of summer precipitation over North America

      MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW
    30. Bryan, GH; Fritsch, JM
      Discrete propagation of surface fronts in a convective environment: Observations and theory

      JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES
    31. Bryan, GH; Fritsch, JM
      Diabatically driven discrete propagation of surface fronts: A numerical analysis

      JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES
    32. Ausich, WI; Goldstein, A; Yates, R
      Crinoids from the Muldraugh Member of the Borden Formation in north-central Kentucky (Echinodermata, Lower Mississippian)

      JOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY
    33. Guccione, MJ; Van Arsdale, RB; Hehr, LH
      Origin and age of the Manila high and associated Big Lake "sunklands" in the New Madrid seismic zone, northeastern Arkansas

      GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA BULLETIN
    34. Cox, RT; Van Arsdale, RB; Harris, JB; Forman, SL; Beard, W; Galluzzi, J
      Quaternary faulting in the southern Mississippi embayment and implicationsfor tectonics and seismicity in an intraplate setting

      GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA BULLETIN
    35. Hong, SY; Pan, HL
      Impact of soil moisture anomalies on seasonal, summertime circulation overNorth America in a Regional Climate Model

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    36. Stanosz, GR; Swart, WJ; Smith, DR
      RAPD marker and isozyme characterization of Sphaeropsis sapinea from diverse coniferous hosts and locations

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    37. Hausner, G; Hopkin, AA; Davis, CN; Reid, J
      Variation in culture and rDNA among isolates of Sphaeropsis sapinea from Ontario and Manitoba

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PLANT PATHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PHYTOPATHOLOGIE
    38. Blodgett, JT; Stanosz, GR
      Differences in aggressiveness of Sphaeropsis sapinea RAPD marker group isolates on several conifers

      PLANT DISEASE
    39. Evidente, A; Sparapano, L; Fierro, O; Bruno, G; Motta, A
      Sapinofuranones A and B, two new 2(3H)-dihydrofuranones produced by Sphaeropsis sapinea, a common pathogen of conifers

      JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS
    40. Foote, M
      Morphological diversity in the evolutionary radiation of Paleozoic and post-Paleozoic crinoids

      PALEOBIOLOGY
    41. Lee, YM; Deming, D
      Heat flow and thermal history of the Anadarko Basin and the western Oklahoma Platform

      TECTONOPHYSICS
    42. Neiman, PJ; Wakimoto, RM
      The interaction of a Pacific cold front with shallow air masses east of the Rocky Mountains

      MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW
    43. Gallus, WA; Segal, M
      Diabatic effects on late-winter cold front evolution: Conceptual and numerical model evaluations

      MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW
    44. Pan, ZT; Takle, E; Gutowski, W; Turner, R
      Long simulation of regional climate as a sequence of short segments

      MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW
    45. Berbery, EH; Rasmusson, EM
      Mississippi moisture budgets on regional scales

      MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW
    46. Ralph, FM; Neiman, PJ; Keller, TL
      Deep-tropospheric gravity waves created by leeside cold fronts

      JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES
    47. Blumen, W; Piper, M
      The frontal width problem

      JOURNAL OF THE ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES
    48. Webster, GD; Hafley, DJ; Blake, DB; Glass, A
      Crinoids and stelleroids (Echinodermata) from the Broken Rib Member, Dyer Formation (Late Devonian, Famennian) of the White River Plateau, Colorado

      JOURNAL OF PALEONTOLOGY
    49. Dahl, PS; Holm, DK; Gardner, ET; Hubacher, FA; Foland, KA
      New constraints on the timing of Early Proterozoic tectonism in the Black Hills (South Dakota), with implications for docking of the Wyoming provincewith Laurentia

      GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA BULLETIN
    50. Muhs, DR; Aleinikoff, JN; Stafford, TW; Kihl, R; Been, J; Mahan, SA; Cowherd, S
      Late Quaternary loess in northeastern Colorado: Part I - Age and paleoclimatic significance

      GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA BULLETIN
    51. Sukhija, BS; Rao, MN; Reddy, DV; Nagabhushanam, P; Hussain, S; Chadha, RK; Gupta, HK
      Paleoliquefaction evidence and periodicity of large prehistoric earthquakes in Shillong Plateau, India

      EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS
    52. Carleton, AM
      Methodology in climatology

      ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS
    53. Pan, ZT; Takle, E; Segal, M; Arritt, R
      Simulation of potential impacts of man-made land use changes on US Summer climate under various synoptic regimes

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    54. Betts, AK; Ball, JH; Viterbo, P
      Basin-scale surface water and energy budgets for the Mississippi from the ECMWF reanalysis

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    55. Dirmeyer, PA; Brubaker, KL
      Contrasting evaporative moisture sources during the drought of 1988 and the flood of 1993

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    56. PIELKE RA; AVISSAR R; RAUPACH M; DOLMAN AJ; ZENG XB; DENNING AS
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE ATMOSPHERE AND TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS - INFLUENCE ON WEATHER AND CLIMATE

      Global change biology
    57. HERVAS J; LOPEZ S; DELARA FCM; ARIAS J; CARRASCO L; GOMEZVILLAMANDOS JC
      ADENOVIRUS INFECTION IN SPANISH IBEX

      Journal of veterinary diagnostic investigation
    58. WOLF LW; COLLIER J; TUTTLE M; BODIN P
      GEOPHYSICAL RECONNAISSANCE OF EARTHQUAKE-INDUCED LIQUEFACTION FEATURES IN THE NEW MADRID SEISMIC ZONE

      Journal of applied geophysics
    59. SCHWALB A; DEAN WE
      STABLE ISOTOPES AND SEDIMENTS FROM PICKEREL LAKE, SOUTH-DAKOTA, USA -A 12KY RECORD OF ENVIRONMENTAL-CHANGES

      Journal of paleolimnology
    60. DOMONKOS P; PIOTROWICZ K
      WINTER TEMPERATURE CHARACTERISTICS IN CENTRAL-EUROPE

      International journal of climatology
    61. SEGAL M; PAN Z; TURNER RW; TAKLE ES
      ON THE POTENTIAL IMPACT OF IRRIGATED AREAS IN NORTH-AMERICA ON SUMMERRAINFALL CAUSED BY LARGE-SCALE SYSTEMS

      Journal of applied meteorology
    62. BARLOW M; NIGAM S; BERBERY EH
      EVOLUTION OF THE NORTH-AMERICAN MONSOON SYSTEM

      Journal of climate
    63. MO KC; HIGGINS RW
      TROPICAL INFLUENCES ON CALIFORNIA PRECIPITATION

      Journal of climate
    64. HIGGINS RW; MO KC; YAO Y
      INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY OF THE US SUMMER PRECIPITATION REGIME WITH EMPHASIS ON THE SOUTHWESTERN MONSOON

      Journal of climate
    65. LAL R
      SOIL-EROSION IMPACT ON AGRONOMIC PRODUCTIVITY AND ENVIRONMENT QUALITY

      Critical reviews in plant sciences
    66. DART RL; SWOLFS HS
      CONTOUR MAPPING OF RELIC STRUCTURES IN THE PRECAMBRIAN BASEMENT OF THE REELFOOT RIFT, NORTH-AMERICAN MIDCONTINENT

      Tectonics
    67. KAMMER TW; BAUMILLER TK; AUSICH WI
      EVOLUTIONARY SIGNIFICANCE OF DIFFERENTIAL SPECIES LONGEVITY IN OSAGEAN-MERAMECIAN (MISSISSIPPIAN) CRINOID CLADES

      Paleobiology
    68. MARTIN JE
      THE STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION OF A CONTINENTAL WINTER CYCLONE - PART-I - FRONTAL STRUCTURE AND THE OCCLUSION PROCESS

      Monthly weather review
    69. IGAU RC; NIELSENGAMMON JW
      LOW-LEVEL JET DEVELOPMENT DURING A NUMERICALLY SIMULATED RETURN-FLOW EVENT

      Monthly weather review
    70. BLANCHARD DO; COTTON WR; BROWN JM
      MESOSCALE CIRCULATION GROWTH UNDER CONDITIONS OF WEAK INERTIAL INSTABILITY

      Monthly weather review
    71. Kim, DG; Riggs, RD; Mauromoustakos, A
      Variation in resistance of soybean lines to races of Heterodera glycines

      JOURNAL OF NEMATOLOGY
    72. YEH PJF; IRIZARRY M; ELTAHIR EAB
      HYDROCLIMATOLOGY OF ILLINOIS - A COMPARISON OF MONTHLY EVAPORATION ESTIMATES BASED ON ATMOSPHERIC WATER-BALANCE AND SOIL-WATER BALANCE

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-ATMOSPHERES
    73. HENDERSON KG; MULLER RA
      EXTREME TEMPERATURE DAYS IN THE SOUTH-CENTRAL UNITED-STATES

      Climate research
    74. HIGGINS RW; YAO Y; WANG XL
      INFLUENCE OF THE NORTH-AMERICAN MONSOON SYSTEM ON THE US SUMMER PRECIPITATION REGIME

      Journal of climate
    75. MIN W; SCHUBERT S
      THE CLIMATE SIGNAL IN REGIONAL MOISTURE FLUXES - A COMPARISON OF 3 GLOBAL DATA ASSIMILATION PRODUCTS

      Journal of climate
    76. COVICH AP; FRITZ SC; LAMB PJ; MARZOLF RD; MATTHEWS WJ; POIANI KA; PREPAS EE; RICHMAN MB; WINTER TC
      POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF CLIMATE-CHANGE ON AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS OF THE GREAT-PLAINS OF NORTH-AMERICA

      Hydrological processes
    77. STANOSZ GR; SMITH DR; GUTHMILLER MA
      PATHOGENICITY OF A-MORPHOTYPE AND B-MORPHOTYPE OF SPHAEROPSIS-SAPINEACONFIRMED ON AMERICAN LARCH (TAMARACK) AND EUROPEAN LARCH

      European journal of forest pathology
    78. ROBESON SM; SHEIN KA
      SPATIAL COHERENCE AND DECAY OF WIND-SPEED AND POWER IN THE NORTH-CENTRAL UNITED-STATES

      Physical geography
    79. KELLERBYRNE JE; KHUDER SA; SCHAUB EA; MCAFEE O
      A METAANALYSIS OF NON-HODGKINS-LYMPHOMA AMONG FARMERS IN THE CENTRAL UNITED-STATES

      American journal of industrial medicine
    80. BLODGETT JT; STANOSZ GR
      SPHAEROPSIS SAPINEA MORPHOTYPES DIFFER IN AGGRESSIVENESS, BUT BOTH INFECT NONWOUNDED RED OR JACK PINES

      Plant disease
    81. KAMMER TW; BAUMILLER TK; AUSICH WI
      SPECIES LONGEVITY AS A FUNCTION OF NICHE BREADTH - EVIDENCE FROM FOSSIL CRINOIDS

      Geology
    82. BLODGETT JT; STANOSZ GR
      DIFFERENTIAL INHIBITION OF SPHAEROPSIS-SAPINEA MORPHOTYPES BY A PHENOLIC COMPOUND AND SEVERAL MONOTERPENES OF RED PINE

      Phytopathology
    83. BLODGETT JT; KRUGER EL; STANOSZ GR
      EFFECTS OF MODERATE WATER-STRESS ON DISEASE DEVELOPMENT BY SPHAEROPSIS-SAPINEA ON RED PINE

      Phytopathology
    84. STANOSZ GR; SMITH DR; GUTHMILLER MA; STANOSZ JC
      PERSISTENCE OF SPHAEROPSIS-SAPINEA ON OR IN ASYMPTOMATIC SHOOTS OF RED AND JACK PINES

      Mycologia
    85. ARRITT RW; RINK TD; SEGAL M; TODEY DP; CLARK CA; MITCHELL MJ; LABAS KM
      THE GREAT-PLAINS LOW-LEVEL JET DURING THE WARM-SEASON OF 1993

      Monthly weather review
    86. WANG W; SEAMAN NL
      A COMPARISON STUDY OF CONVECTIVE PARAMETERIZATION SCHEMES IN A MESOSCALE MODEL

      Monthly weather review
    87. LOCATELLI JD; STOELINGA MT; SCHWARTZ RD; HOBBS PV
      SURFACE CONVERGENCE INDUCED BY COLD FRONTS ALOFT AND PREFRONTAL SURGES

      Monthly weather review
    88. SPITZ WJ; SCHUMM SA
      TECTONIC GEOMORPHOLOGY OF THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY BETWEEN OSCEOLA, ARKANSAS AND FRIARS POINT, MISSISSIPPI

      Engineering geology
    89. LIAO QB; MCMECHAN GA
      SIMULATION AND ANALYSIS OF 1991 US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY REFRACTION DATA FROM THE NEW MADRID SEISMIC ZONE

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH
    90. HILDENBRAND TG; GRISCOM A; VANSCHMUS WR; STUART WD
      QUANTITATIVE INVESTIGATIONS OF THE MISSOURI GRAVITY LOW - A POSSIBLE EXPRESSION OF A LARGE, LATE PRECAMBRIAN BATHOLITH INTERSECTING THE NEWMADRID SEISMIC ZONE

      JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH
    91. CUTLIP RC; LEHMKUHL HD; BROGDEN KA; HSU NJ
      LESIONS IN LAMBS EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED WITH OVINE ADENOVIRUS SEROTYPE-6 AND PASTEURELLA-HAEMOLYTICA

      Journal of veterinary diagnostic investigation
    92. SCHWARTZ MD
      AN AIR MASS-BASED APPROACH TO REGIONAL GCM VALIDATION

      Climate research
    93. KALKSTEIN LS; NICHOLS MC; BARTHEL CD; GREENE JS
      A NEW SPATIAL SYNOPTIC CLASSIFICATION - APPLICATION TO AIR-MASS ANALYSIS

      International journal of climatology
    94. MARSHALL LP; LIDIAK EG
      GEOCHEMISTRY AND PALEOMAGNETISM OF KEWEENAWAN BASALT IN THE SUBSURFACE OF NEBRASKA

      Precambrian research
    95. BAIRD DJ; NELSON KD; KNAPP JH; WALTERS JJ; BROWN LD
      CRUSTAL STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION OF THE TRANS-HUDSON OROGEN - RESULTS FROM SEISMIC-REFLECTION PROFILING

      Tectonics
    96. MAINAR RC; DELACRUZ C; ASENSIO A; DOMINGUEZ L; VAZQUEZBOLAND JA
      PREVALENCE OF AGGLUTINATING ANTIBODIES TO TOXOPLASMA-GONDII IN SMALL RUMINANTS OF THE MADRID REGION, SPAIN, AND IDENTIFICATION OF FACTORS INFLUENCING SEROPOSITIVITY BY MULTIVARIATE-ANALYSIS

      Veterinary research communications
    97. SCHWEIG ES; VANARSDALE RB
      NEOTECTONICS OF THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI EMBAYMENT

      Engineering geology
    98. OBERMEIER SF
      USE OF LIQUEFACTION-INDUCED FEATURES FOR PALEOSEISMIC ANALYSIS - AN OVERVIEW OF HOW SEISMIC LIQUEFACTION FEATURES CAN BE DISTINGUISHED FROMOTHER FEATURES AND HOW THEIR REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION AND PROPERTIES OF SOURCE SEDIMENT CAN BE USED TO INFER THE LOCATION AND STRENGTH OF HOLOCENE PALEO-EARTHQUAKES

      Engineering geology
    99. HOBBS PV; LOCATELLI JD; MARTIN JE
      A NEW CONCEPTUAL-MODEL FOR CYCLONES GENERATED IN THE LEE OF THE ROCKY-MOUNTAINS

      Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
    100. BELAIR S; ZHANG DL; MAILHOT J
      NUMERICAL PREDICTION OF AN INTENSE CONVECTIVE SYSTEM ASSOCIATED WITH THE JULY 1987 MONTREAL FLOOD .1. GRAVITY-WAVES AND THE SQUALL LINE

      Atmosphere-ocean


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