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  1. Florsheim, J.L., and Dettinger, M.D. 2007. Climate and floods still govern California levee breaks. Geophys. Res. Lett. 34(22).
  2. Healey, M., Dettinger, M.D., and Norgaard, R. 2008. The State of Bay-Delta Science 2008. Summary for Policymakers and the Public, Calfed Science Program, Sacramento, CA.
  3. Cayan, D., Luers, A., Franco, G., Hanemann, M., Croes, B., and Vine, E. 2008a. Overview of the California climate change scenarios project. Clim. Change 87(0): 1-6.
  4. Cayan, D., Maurer, E., Dettinger, M., Tyree, M., and Hayhoe, K. 2008b. Climate change scenarios for the California region. Clim. Change 87(0): 21-42.
  5. Cayan, D., Bromirski, P., Hayhoe, K., Tyree, M., Dettinger, M., and Flick, R. 2008c. Climate change projections of sea level extremes along the California coast. Clim. Change 87(0): 57-73.
  6. Flint, A.L., Flint, L.E., and Dettinger, M.D. 2008. Modeling Soil Moisture Processes and Recharge under a Melting Snowpack. Vadose Zone Journal 7(1): 350-357.
  7. Ganju, N.K., Knowles, N., and Schoellhamer, D.H. 2008. Temporal downscaling of decadal sediment load estimates to a daily interval for use in hindcast simulations. Journal of Hydrology 349(3-4): 512-523.
  8. Ganju, N.K., and Schoellhamer, D.H. 2009. Calibration of an estuarine sediment transport model to sediment fluxes as an intermediate step for simulation of geomorphic evolution. Cont. Shelf Res. 29: 148-158.
  9. Hidalgo, H.G., Dettinger, M., and Cayan, D. 2008. Downscaling with constructed analogues: Daily precipitation and temperature fields over the United States CEC-500-2007-123, California Energy Commission, PIER Energy-Related Environmental Research.
  10. Peterson, D.H., Stewart, I., and Murphy, F. 2008. Principal hydrologic response to climatic and geologic variability in the Sierra Nevada, California.
  11. Brown, L.R., and Bauer, M. in review. Effects of hydrologic infrastructure on flow regimes of California's Central Valley rivers: implications for fish populations. River Res. Appl.
  12. Lucas, L.V., Brown, L.R., and Thompson, J.K. 2009. Why are diverse relationships observed between phytoplankton biomass and transport time? Limnol. Oceanogr. 54(1): 381-390.
  13. Knowles, Noah. 2008. Potential Inundation Due to Rising Sea Levels in the San Francisco Bay Region. California Climate Change Center. CEC-500-2009-023-F, California Energy Commission, PIER Energy-Related Environmental Research.
  14. Ganju, N.K., Schoellhamer, D.H., and Jaffe, B.E. in review. Hindcasting of decadal-timescale estuarine bathymetric change with a tidal-timescale model. Journal of Geophysical Research. F. Earth Surface.
  15. Ganju, N.K., Jaffe, B.E., and Schoellhamer, D.H. in preparation. Discontinuous hindcast simulations of estuarine bathymetric change: a case study from Suisun Bay, California.
  16. Van der Wegen, M., Dastgheib, A., Jaffe, B.E., and Roelvink, J.A. in preparation. Bed composition generation for process-based morphodynamic modeling: case study San Pablo Bay, California.
  17. Van der Wegen, M., Jaffe, B.E., and Roelvink, J.A. in preparation. Process-based, morphodynamic hindcast of decadal deposition patterns in San Pablo Bay, California, 1856-1887.
  18. Stewart, A.R., and Luoma, S.N. in preparation. Trends in selenium concentrations in the invasive clam Corbula amurensis in the San Francisco Bay ecosystem.
  19. Knowles, N. 2010. Potential Inundation Due to Rising Sea Levels in the San Francisco Bay Region. California Climate Change Center. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, 8:1.


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