We are examining the impacts of various climate-forcing mechanisms to provide a physically based criterion for assessing the ability of global climate models to predict drought in California. This will help narrow the uncertainties of predicting precipitation changes.
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Zimmerman, S. 2018. "Testing Pollen Sorted by Flow Cytometry as the Basis for High-Resolution Lacustrine Chronologies." Radiocarbon. 61(1), 359-374. doi:10.1017/RDC.2018.89. LLNL-JRNL-725175.
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