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GSLGlobal Systems Laboratory

The Global Systems Laboratory of NOAA's Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research conducts world-class applied scientific weather research


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Peer-Reviewed Publications

A peer-reviewed publication subjects an author's research to the scrutiny of others who are experts in the same field (peers) to ensure academic scientific quality.


  1. R.Miller, G.Schmidt, L.Nazarenko, S.Bauer, M.Kelley, R.Ruedy, G.Russell, and A.Ackerman CMIP6 Historical Simulations (1850–2014) With GISS‐E2.1
  2. GSL: 2 Authors
  3. D.Turner * and U.Löhnert Ground-based Temperature and Humidity Profiling: Combining Active and Passive Remote Sensors
  4. GSL: 1 Author
  5. J.Duda * and D.Turner * Large-sample Application of Radar Reflectivity Object-based Verification To Evaluate HRRR Warm-season Forecasts
  6. GSL: 2 Authors
  7. E.Kalina * , I.Jankov * , T.Alcott * , J.Olson * , J.Beck * , J.Berner, D.Dowell * , and C.Alexander * A Progress Report On The Development of The HIGH-RESOLUTION Rapid Refresh Ensemble
  8. GSL: 7 Authors
  9. B.Butterworth, A.Desai, S.Metzger, P.Townsend, M.Schwartz, G.Petty, M.Mauder, and H.Vogelmann Connecting Land–atmosphere Interactions To Surface Heterogeneity In Cheesehead19
  10. GSL: 1 Author