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Conrick, R. and C. F. Mass, 2019: An Evaluation of Simulated Precipitation Characteristics During OLYMPEX. J. Atmos. Sci., revised.

Conrick, R. and C. F. Mass, 2019: An Evaluation of Simulated Precipitation Characteristics During OLYMPEX. J. Hydrometeorol., revised.

Mass, C. F., R. Conrick, N. Weber, and J. Zagrodnik, 2019: The Quinault Blow Down: A Microscale Wind Event Driven by a Mountain-Wave Rotor. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. , accepted.

Conrick, R., C.F. Mass, and Q. Zhong, 2018: Simulated Kelvin–Helmholtz Waves over Terrain and Their Microphysical Implications. J. Atmos. Sci., 75, 2787-2800.

Conrick, R., R., N. L. Curtis, P. W. Staten, C. Kirkpatrick, 2016: The relationships between temperature gradient and wind during cold frontal passages in the eastern United States: a numerical modeling study. Atmos. Sci. Lett., 17, 339–345.

Conrick, R., H.D. Reeves, and S. Zhong, 2015: The Dependence of QPF on the Choice of Boundary- and Surface-Layer Parameterization for a Lake-Effect Snowstorm. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 54, 1177-1190.

Pryor, S.C., R. Conrick, C. Miller, J. Tytell, and R.J. Barthelmie, 2014: Intense and Extreme Wind Speeds Observed by Anemometer and Seismic Networks: An Eastern U.S. Case Study. J. Appl. Meteor. Climatol., 53, 2417-2429.