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Cocke, S.; Boisserie, M.; Shin, D.-W. A coupled soil moisture initialization scheme for the FSU/COAPS climate model 2013 Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering 21 420-437
Cocke, S.; Christidis, Z.; LaRow, T.; Shin, D. W. Performance of a Coupled Ocean-Amosphere Model on the IBM SP4 2002 Proceedings from the Tenth Workshop on the Use of Parallel Computers, ECMWF, in Meteorology, Reading, U.K.
Cocke, S.; LaRow, T.E. Seasonal Predictions Using a Regional Spectral Model Embedded within a Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Model 2000 Monthly Weather Review 128 689-708
Cocke, S.; LaRow, T.E.; Shin, D.W. Seasonal rainfall predictions over the southeast United States using the Florida State University nested regional spectral model 2007 Journal of Geophysical Research 112
Hanley, DE; Jagtap, S; LaRow, TE; Jones, JW; Cocke, S; Zierden, D; O'Brien, JJ The linkage of regional climate models to crop models 2002 3rd Symposium on Environmental Applications 134-139
Kang, S.-D.; Shin, D.W.; Cocke, S.; Kim, H.-D.; Jung, W.-S. Comparison of ensemble methods for summer-time numerical weather prediction over East Asia 2011 Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics 113 27-38
Krishnamurti, T.N.; Rajendran, K.; Vijaya Kumar, T.S.V.; Lord, S.; Toth, Z.; Zou, X.; Cocke, S.; Ahlquist, J.E.; Navon, I.M. Improved Skill for the Anomaly Correlation of Geopotential Heights at 500 hPa 2003 Monthly Weather Review 131 1082-1102
LaRow, T. E.; Cocke, S. Methods for Multi¬Model Proxies for Climate Studies 2004 CLIVAR Exchanges Newsletter
LaRow, T. E.; Cocke, S. D. Simulation of the 1997/98 and 1991/92 ENSO event using a Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Regional Spectral Model 1999
LaRow, T. E.; Cocke, S.; Shin, D. W. Multi-convection as a multi-model proxy for seasonal climate studies 2003 CLIVAR Exchanges 28

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