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Feng, J. Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies: A Possible Trigger for ENSO 2012 details   url
Weihs, R Modeled Diurnally Varying Sea Surface Temperatures and Their Influence on Surface Heat Fluxes 2012 details   url
Selman, C. Understanding the 21st Century Projection of the Wet Season over the Southeastern United States 2012 details   url
Holbach, H. The Effects of Gap-Wind-Induced Vorticity, the Monsoon Trough, and the ITCZ on Tropical Cyclogenesis 2012 details   url
Farmer, B Evaluation of Bulk Heat Fluxes from Atmospheric Datasets 2012 details   url
Collier, C. Effects of Sea State on Offshore Wind Resourcing in Florida 2012 details   url
Kelly, D.L.; Letson, D.; Nelson, F.; Nolan, D.S.; Solís, D. Evolution of subjective hurricane risk perceptions: A Bayesian approach 2012 Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 81 644-663 details   doi
Shin, D.W.; Baigorria, G.A. Potential influence of land development patterns on regional climate: a summer case study in the Central Florida 2012 Natural Hazards 62 877-885 details   doi
Roncoli, C.; Breuer, N.; Zierden, D.; Fraisse, C.; Broad, K.; Hoogenboom, G. The art of the science: climate forecasts for wildfire management in the southeastern United States 2012 Climatic Change 113 1113-1121 details   doi
Misra, V.; Pantina, P.; C. Chan, S.; DiNapoli, S. A comparative study of the Indian summer monsoon hydroclimate and its variations in three reanalyses 2012 Climate Dynamics 39 1149-1168 details   doi
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