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1 The Atmospheric NIKLAS SCHNEIDER 2,705 Q1 20,37% 33.33%
International Pacific Research Center, and
Response to Weak Sea Department of Oceanography, University of
Hawaii at M_anoa,
Honolulu, Hawaii
Surface Temperature BO QIU
Department of Oceanography, University of
Fronts
Hawaii at M_anoa, Honolulu, Hawaii

2 Cluster Analysis of MING BAO 2,705 Q1 22.5% 20%


School of Atmospheric Sciences, Nanjing
Northern Hemisphere University, Nanjing, China, and Department of
Journal Of The Wintertime 500-hPa Flow Atmospheric Sciences,
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
Regimes JOHN M. WALLACE
Atmospheric Science during 19202014 Department of Atmospheric Sciences,
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

3 A Model for the Complete DANIEL R. CHAVAS AND NING LIN 2,705 Q1 53.23% 12.9%
Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
Radial Structure of the KERRY EMANUEL
Tropical Cyclone Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Wind Field. Part I: Cambridge, Massachusetts

Comparison with Observed


Structure
4 An Oceanic Impact of the HIROSHI G. TAKAHASHI 4,185 Q1 16.67% 20.83%
Tokyo Metropolitan University, Tokyo, and
Kuroshio on Surface Air Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and
Temperature on the Technology,
Yokohama, Japan
Pacific Coast of Japan in SACHIHO A. ADACHI
Journal Of Climate Summer: Regional H2O
Advanced Institute for Computational Science,
RIKEN, Kobe, Japan
TOMONORI SATO
Greenhouse Gas Effect Faculty of Environmental Earth Science,
Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan
MASAYUKI HARA
Center for Environmental Science in Saitama,
Kazo, Saitama, Japan
XIEYAO MA AND FUJIO KIMURA
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and
Technology, Yokohama, Japan

5 Increased Variability in the JAMES E. OVERLAND 4,185 Q1 69% 64.3%


NOAA/Pacific Marine Environmental
Early Winter Subarctic Laboratory, Seattle, Washington
North American MUYIN WANG
Atmospheric Circulation Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere
and Ocean, University of Washington, Seattle,
Washington

6 Variational Assimilation of YAODENG CHEN,* HONGLI WANG,1,# 1,723 Q1 59.18% 8.16%


Journal Of Applied JINZHONG MIN,* XIANG-YU HUANG,@
Cloud Liquid/Ice Water PATRICK MINNIS,&
Meteorology and RUIZHI ZHANG,* JULIE HAGGERTY,**
Path and Its Impact on
Climatology AND RABINDRA PALIKONDA
NWP
7 Evaluation of the FlowCapt ALEXANDRE TROUVILLIEZ 1,156 Q2 21.05% 18.42%
LGGE, UMR 5183, CNRS, and UR ETNA,
Acoustic Sensor for the Irstea, Saint-Martin-dHres, and DTecEMF,
Cerema, LGCE, Plouzan,
and Universit Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble,
Aeolian Transport of Snow France
FLORENCE NAAIM-BOUVET AND
HERV BELLOT
UR ETNA, Irstea, Saint-Martin-dHres, and
Universit Grenoble Alpes, Grenoble, France
Journal Of Atmospheric CHRISTOPHE GENTHON AND HUBERT
and Oceanic GALLE
LGGE, UMR 5183, CNRS, Saint-Martin
Technology dHres, France

8 Observing System ROBERT ATLAS,* ROSS N. HOFFMAN,1 1,156 Q2 29.55% 9,09%


Simulation Experiments ZAIZHONG MA,# G. DAVID EMMITT,@
SIDNEY A. WOOD JR.,@
(OSSEs) to Evaluate the STEVEN GRECO,@ SARA TUCKER,&
Potential LISA BUCCI,1 BACHIR ANNANE,1 R.
Impact of an Optical MICHAEL HARDESTY,** AND
Autocovariance Wind Lidar SHIRLEY MURILLO
(OAWL) on
Numerical Weather
Prediction
9 Assessment of the Upper- FLORENT GASPARIN, DEAN 1,156 Q2 12% 10%
Ocean Observing System ROEMMICH, JOHN GILSON, AND
BRUCE CORNUELLE
in the Equatorial Pacific: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University
The Role of Argo in of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California

Resolving Intraseasonal to
Interannual Variability
10 Global Maps of Streamflow HYLKE E. BECK AND AD DE ROO 2.397 Q1 22.3% 62.59%
Institute for Environment and Sustainability,
Characteristics Based on Joint Research Centre, European Commission,
Observations from Ispra, Italy
Several Thousand ALBERT I. J. M. VAN DIJK
Fenner School of Environment and Society,
Australian National University, Canberra,
Catchments Australian
Capital Territory, Australia

11 NEXRAD NWS LUCIANA K. CUNHA 2.397 Q1 34.21% 1.32%


Department of Civil and Environmental
Polarimetric Precipitation Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton,
New Jersey,
and Willis Research Network, London, United
Journal Of Product Evaluation for Kingdom
JAMES A. SMITH
Hydrometeorology IFloodS Department of Civil and Environmental
Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton,
New Jersey
WITOLD F. KRAJEWSKI
IIHRHydroscience and Engineering, The
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
MARY LYNN BAECK
Department of Civil and Environmental
Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton,
New Jersey
BONG-CHUL SEO
IIHRHydroscience and Engineering, The
University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa

12 Comparing SHUSEN WANG,c MING PAN,d 2.397 Q1 30.34% 24.72%


QIAOZHEN MU,e,f XIAOYING SHI,g
Evapotranspiration from JIAFU MAO,g CHRISTIAN BRMMER,h
Eddy Covariance RACHHPAL S. JASSAL,i PRAVEENA
KRISHNAN,j,k JUNHUA LI,c
Measurements, Water AND T. ANDREW BLACK
Budgets,
Remote Sensing, and Land
Surface Models over
Canada
13 Weather and Extended-Range Forecasts MICHAEL K. TIPPETT 1,647 Q1 44.44% 33.33%
Department of Applied Physics and Applied
Forecasting of Areal-Averaged Rainfall Mathematics, Columbia University, New York,
New York, and
Center of Excellence for Climate Change
over Saudi Arabia Research, Department of Meteorology, King
Abdulaziz University,
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
MANSOUR ALMAZROUI
Center of Excellence for Climate Change
Research, Department of Meteorology, King
Abdulaziz University,
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
IN-SIK KANG
School of Earth and Environmental Sciences,
Seoul National University, Seoul, South Korea,
and Center of
Excellence for Climate Change Research,
Department of Meteorology, King Abdulaziz
University, Jeddah,
Saudi Arabia

14 Tellus, series A: 21st century changes in the ERIK KJELLSTRO M, GRIGORY 1,838 Q1 4% 2%
dynamic meteorology European climate: NIKULIN, ULF HANSSON,
and oceanography uncertainties derived from an GUSTAV STRANDBERG
ensemble of regional and ANDERS ULLERSTIG, Rossby
Centre, Swedish Meteorological and
climate model simulations
Hydrological Institute, SE 601 96
Norrkoping, Sweden
15 Atmospheric Science Associations between tropical Nicolas Astier,1 Matthieu Plu2,3 1,477 Q1 25% 66.67%
cyclone activity in the and Chantal Claud1*
Letter Southwest Indian Ocean and 1LMD/IPSL/CNRS, Ecole Polytechnique,
Palaiseau, France
El Nio Southern Oscillation 2Laboratoire de lAtmosphre et des
Cyclones, Unit Mixte CNRS/Mto-
France/Universit de La Runion, Sainte
Clotilde, France
3CNRM-GAME, CNRS/Mto-France,

Toulouse, France

16 Weather Climate and Indicators of Climate P. ZION KLOS,b JOHN T. 0,731 Q2


Change in Idaho: An ABATZOGLOU,c ALYCIA BEAN,d JAROD
Society BLADES,e MELISSA A. CLARK,f
Assessment Framework for MEGAN DODD,g TROY E. HALL,h
Coupling Biophysical AMANDA HARUCH,g PHILIP E.
HIGUERA,i JOSEPH D. HOLBROOK,j
Change and Social VINCENT S. JANSEN,d KERRY KEMP,b
Perception AMBER LANKFORD,j TIMOTHY E.
LINK,b TROY MAGNEY,b
ARJAN J. H. MEDDENS,c LIZA
MITCHELL,j BRANDON MOORE,c
PENELOPE MORGAN,i
BETH A. NEWINGHAM,k RYAN J.
NIEMEYER,b BEN SODERQUIST,b
ALEXIS A. SUAZO,b
KERRI T. VIERLING,j VON WALDEN,l
AND CHELSEA WALSH
m

17 Climate Change Climate change and Arjen Zegwaard & Arthur C. Petersen & 2,116 Q1
Philippus Wester
ontological politics in the
Dutch Delta
18 Quarterly Journal of Atmospheric response in R. E. Petrie,* L. C. Shaffrey 4,403 Q1
the royal and R. T. Sutton
summer linked to recent Department of Meteorology, University
meteorological society of Reading, UK
Arctic sea ice loss *Correspondence to: R. E. Petrie,
Department of Meteorology, University
of Reading, Earley Gate,Whiteknights
Campus, Reading
RG6 6BB, UK. E-mail:
r.e.petrie@reading.ac.uk
19 Monthly Weather Detection of Coherent NEIL C. G. HART, SUZANNE L. GRAY, 3,081 Q1
AND PETER A. CLARK
Review
Airstreams Using Cluster Department of Meteorology, University of
Analysis: Application to an Reading, Reading, United Kingdom
Extratropical Cyclone
20 Ocean Modelling On The Dynamical influence of 1,675 Q1
ocean eddy potential vorticity
fluxes