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M. WARREN J, H. BASSMAN J, Scott MATTINSON D., K. FELLMAN J, E. EDWARDS G, Robberecht R.  2002.  Alteration of foliar flavonoid chemistry induced by enhanced UV-B radiation in field-grown pinus ponderosa, Quercus rubra and Pseudotsuga menziesii. 66(2):9.
M. FILIPPI A, Archibald RK.  2009.  Support Vector Machine-Based Endmember Extraction. 47(3):21.
Mahajan S, Zhang R, Delworth TL, Zhang S, Rosati AJ, Chang Y-S.  2011.  Predicting Atlantic meridional overturning circulation (AMOC) variations using subsurface and surface fingerprints. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 58(17-18):1895-1903.
Mahajan S, Saravanan R., Chang P..  2010.  Free and forced variability of tropical Atlantic: Role of the Wind-Evaporation-Sea surface temperature (WES) feedback. Journal of Climate. 23:5958-5977.
Mahajan S, Saravanan R., Chang P..  2009.  The role of the Wind-Evaporation-Sea surface temperature (WES) feedback in air-sea coupled tropical variability.. Atmospheric Research. 94:19-36.
Mahajan S, North GR, Saravanan R., Genton MG.  2012.  Statistical significance of trends in monthly heavy precipitation over the US. Climate Dynamics. 38(7-8):1375-1387.
Mahajan S, Evans KJ, Branstetter M, Anantharaj V, Leifeld JK.  2015.  Fidelity of Precipitation Extremes in High Resolution Global Climate Simulations. Procedia Computer Science. 51:2178-2187.
Mahajan S, Evans KJ, Hack JJ, Truesdale JE.  2013.  Linearity of Climate Response to Increases in Black Carbon Aerosols. Journal of Climate. 26(20):8223-8237.
Mahajan S, Saravanan R., Chang P.  2011.  The Role of the Wind–Evaporation–Sea Surface Temperature (WES) Feedback as a Thermodynamic Pathway for the Equatorward Propagation of High-Latitude Sea Ice–Induced Cold Anomalies. Journal of Climate. 24(5):1350-1361.
Mahajan S, Gaddis AL, Evans KJ, Norman MR.  2017.  Exploring an Ensemble-Based Approach to Atmospheric Climate Modeling and Testing at Scale. Procedia Computer Science. 108:735-744.
Mahajan S, Evans KJ, Truesdale JE, Hack JJ, Lamarque J-F.  2012.  Interannual Tropospheric Aerosol Variability in the Late Twentieth Century and Its Impact on Tropical Atlantic and West African Climate by Direct and Semidirect Effects. Journal of Climate. 25(23):8031-8056.
Mahajan S, Zhang R, Delworth TL.  2011.  Impact of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) on Arctic Surface Air Temperature and Sea-Ice Variability. Journal of Climate. :110624114117014.
Mahmood R, Quintanar AI, Conner G, Leeper R, Dobler S, Pielke RA, Beltran-Przekurat A, Hubbard KG, Niyogi D, Bonan G et al..  2010.  Impacts of Land Use/Land Cover Change on Climate and Future Research Priorities. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 91(1):37-46.
Mahowald N.M, Lindsay K., Rothenberg D., Doney SC, Moore J.K, Thornton PE, Randerson J., Jones C.D.  2010.  Desert dust and anthropogenic aerosol interactions in the Community Climate System Model coupled-carbon-climate model. Biogeosciences Discussions. 7:6617–6673.
Mahowald N., Lindsay K., Rothenberg D., Doney SC, Moore J.K, Thornton P., Randerson J.T, Jones C.D.  2011.  Desert dust and anthropogenic aerosol interactions in the Community Climate System Model coupled-carbon-climate model. Biogeosciences. 8(2):387-414.
Mahowald N.M, Kloster S., Engelstaedter S., Moore J.K, Mukhopadhyay S., McConnell J.R, Albani S., Doney SC, Bhattacharya A., Curran M.AJ et al..  2010.  Observed 20th century desert dust variability: impact on climate and biogeochemistry. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions. 10:12585–12628.
MAHOWALD NATALIEM, Randerson JT, LINDSAY KEITH, Munoz E, Doney SC, Lawrence P, Schlunegger S, Ward DS, Lawrence D, HOFFMAN FORRESTM.  2017.  Interactions between land use change and carbon cycle feedbacks. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 31(1110):96-113.
Makedonska N, Hyman JD, Karra S, Painter SL, Gable CW, Viswanathan HS.  2016.  Evaluating the effect of internal aperture variability on transport in kilometer scale discrete fracture networks. Advances in Water Resources. 94:486-497.
Malhotra A., Roulet N.T.  2015.  Environmental correlates of peatland carbon fluxes in a thawing landscape: do transitional thaw stages matter? Biogeosciences. 12(10):3119-3130.
Malhotra A, Roulet NT, Wilson P, Giroux-Bougard X, Harris LI.  2016.  Ecohydrological feedbacks in peatlands: an empirical test of the relationship among vegetation, microtopography and water table. Ecohydrology. 92275335277762688915385731778430343326196119115161936478925588842292977361658748016998716563322616313643382188953823992(7236):1346-1357.
Maloney MC, Preston BL.  2014.  A geospatial dataset for U.S. hurricane storm surge and sea-level rise vulnerability: Development and case study applications. Climate Risk Management.
Mani A, Tsai FT-C, Kao S-C, Naz BS, Ashfaq M, Rastogi D.  2016.  Conjunctive management of surface and groundwater resources under projected future climate change scenarios. Journal of Hydrology. 540:397-411.
Mann BF, Chen H, Herndon EM, Chu RK, Tolic N, Portier EF, Chowdhury TRoy, Robinson EW, Callister SJ, Wullschleger SD et al..  2015.  Indexing Permafrost Soil Organic Matter Degradation Using High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry. PLOS ONE. 10(6):e0130557.
J. Manson R, Wallis SG, Wang D.  2000.  Conservative, Semi-Lagrangian Fate and Transport Model for Fluvial Systems: Part 2 Numerical Testing and Practical Applications. Water Research. 34(15):3778-3785.
Mao J, Wang B, Dai Y.  2009.  Sensitivity of the carbon storage of potential vegetation to historical climate variability and CO2 in continental China. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences. 26(1):87-100.