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Peer-Reviewed Publications Accepted/In Press

*Tripp, D., Martin, E.R., Reeves, H. “An Assessment of Oklahoma Winter Weather Through the High-Resolution Lens of Uncrewed Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).” Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. Accepted Pending Major Revisions.

Martin, E. R., Pillar-Little, E., *Hupsel de Azevedo, G. B. “Assessing the Greenhouse Gas Carbon Dioxide in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer.” Fundamentals of Capturing and Processing Drone Imagery and Data Taylor and Francis. Book Chapter. In Press.

Peer-Reviewed Publications in Final Form

Martin, E. R., Mc Pherson, R. A., Kuster, E., Bamzai-Dodson, A. (2020). “Managing for a Changing Climate: A Blended Interdisciplinary Climate Course.” Bulletin of the AMS.

*Jennrich, G. C., Furtado, J. C., Basara, J. B., Martin, E. R. (2020). “Synoptic characteristics of 14-day extreme precipitation events across the United States.” Journal of Climate. 33, 6423-6440,

Martin, E. R., Homeyer, C. R., *McKinzie, R. A., *McCarthy, K. M., Xian, T. (2020). “Regionally Varying Assessments of Tropical Width in Reanalyses and CMIP5 Models Using a Tropopause Break Metric.” Journal Climate. 33, 5885-5903,

*Flanagan, P. X., Basara, J. B., Furtado, J. C., Martin, E. R., Xiao, X. (2019). “Role of Sea Surface Temperatures in Forcing Circulation Anomalies Driving U.S. Great Plains Pluvial Years.” Journal of Climate, Vol. 32, 7081-7100, DOI:

*Brannan, A. L., Martin, E. R. (2019). “Future Characteristics of African Easterly Wave Tracks.” Climate Dynamics, Vol. 52, 5567-5584, DOI:

Martin, E. R. (2018). Future Projections of Global Pluvial and Drought Event Characteristics. Geophys. Res. Lett..

Hu, X., Xue, M., Mc Pherson, R. A., Martin, E. R., Rosendahl, D. H., Qiao, L. (2018). “Precipitation Dynamical Downscaling over the Great Plains.” Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, DOI: 10.1002/2017MS001154.

*Danco, J., and Martin, E. R. (2017) “Understanding the influence of ENSO on the Great Plains low-level jet in CMIP5 models.” Climate Dynamics, doi:

Frazier, A. E., Matthews, A., *Hemingway, B., Crick, C., Martin, E. R., Smith, S. (2017). “Integrating small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) into meteorology and atmospheric science: challenges and opportunities for GIScience.” GI Forum, No. 2, 189-199, DOI: 10.1553/giscience2017_02_s189.

Martin, E. R., Thorncroft, C. (2015). “Representation of African Easterly Waves in CMIP5 Models.” Journal of Climate, Vol. 28, No. 19, 7702–7715.

Martin, E. R., Thorncroft, C. (2014). “Sahel rainfall in multimodel CMIP5 decadal hindcasts.” Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 41, No. 6, 2169–2175.

Martin, E. R., Thorncroft, C. D. (2014). “The impact of the AMO on the West African monsoon annual cycle.” Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Vol. 140, No. 678, 31–46.

Martin, E. R., Thorncroft, C., Booth, B. B. (2014). “The multidecadal Atlantic SST—Sahel rainfall teleconnection in CMIP5 simulations.” Journal of Climate, Vol. 27, No. 2, 784– 806.

Martin, E. R., Schumacher, C. (2012). “The relationship between tropical warm pool precipitation, sea surface temperature, and large-scale vertical motion in IPCC AR4 models.” Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Vol. 69, No. 1, 185–194.

Martin, E. R., Schumacher, C. (2011). “Modulation of Caribbean precipitation by the Madden-Julian oscillation.” Journal of Climate, Vol. 24, No. 3, 813–824.

Martin, E. R., Schumacher, C. (2011). “The Caribbean low-level jet and its relationship with precipitation in IPCC AR4 models.” Journal of Climate, Vol. 24, No. 22, 5935–5950.

Martin, E. R., Johnson, R. H. (2008). “An observational and modeling study of an atmospheric internal bore during NAME 2004.” Monthly Weather Review, Vol. 136, No. 11, 4150–4167.

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications:

Martin, E. R. (2018). “Future Projections of Global Drought and Pluvial Event Characteristics” Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society Conference Notebook, 9th ed., Vol. 99, 1746. Invited Contribution.

Martin, E. R. (2018). “Future projections of U.S. drought and pluvial event characteristics.” Climate Prediction S&T Digest (vol. April 2018).