Here are some examples of papers you can use for your presentation. You are encouraged to suggest others as well.
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RELATED RESEARCH PAPER(S) TO READ IN ADVANCE OF PRESENTATION STUDENT (link brings up presentation) DATE TO BE PRESENTED
1. Black carbon solar absorption suppresses turbulence in the atmospheric boundary layer.
2. Global and regional climate changes due to black carbon.
Lan 23 January
Evaluating Soil Water Content in a WRF-Noah Downscaling Experiment Xia 30 January
Interpretation of snow properties from imaging spectrometry Deep 6 February
Climate Change and Aeolian Processes Pramod 13 February

1. Robust increases in severe thunderstorm environments in response to greenhouse forcing. This paper will be presented.
2. Changes in precipitation with climate change. This is a related paper.

Kacie
27 February
Dynamics of Landfalling Atmospheric Rivers over the North Pacific in 30 Years of
MERRA Reanalysis
Christine 6 March
Agricultural green and blue water consumption and its influence on the global water system Brandi 13 March
Tropospheric ozone change from 1980 to 2010 dominated by equatorward redistribution of emissions

Dhurba

27 March
Increasing Great Lake–Effect Snowfall during the Twentieth Century: A Regional Response to Global Warming? Lucas 3 April

1. Aerosols, Climate, and the Hydrological Cycle. This paper is the motivation, related to the hydrological cycle, for studying aerosol. This paper will be summarized for motivation of the 2nd one.
2. Global view of aerosol vertical distributions from CALIPSO lidar measurements and GOCART simulations: Regional and seasonal variation
s This paper will be presented.
3. Fully automated analysis of space-based lidar data: an overview of the CALIPSO retrieval algorithms and data products Algorithm paper to read second
This is a related paper.

Thishan 10 April
A winter precipitation 'dipole' in the western United States associated with multidecadal ENSO variability Nick 17 April

1. Background article on UAVs: Unmanned Aircraft Systems in Remote Sensing and Scientific Research: Classification and Considerations of Use.
2. Main article: Using the MicroASAR on the NASA SIERRA UAS in the Characterization of Arctic Sea Ice Experiment.

Jayne 24 April
1. Background article: Flood or Drought: How Do Aerosols Affect Precipitation?
2. Main article: Substantial contribution of anthropogenic air pollution to catastrophic floods in Southwest China.
Yungpeng 1 May
Recent Amazon climate as background for possible ongoing and future changes of Amazon humid forests Jenny 8 May
Weather conditions conducive to Beijing severe haze more frequent under climate change Yang 15 May
1. Main Article: Dynamics of Track Deflection Associated with the Passage of Tropical Cyclones over a Mesoscale Mountain.
2. Related paper: Caribbean hurricanes: changes of intensity and track prediction
Karimar 15 May
Precipitation Deficit Flash Droughts over the United States Josh 15 May