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
Soil moisture–atmosphere interactions during the 2003 European summer heat wave Xia 22 January
Recent enhanced high-summer North Atlantic Jet variability emerges from three-century context Amanda 29 January
Increasing frequency of extremely severe cyclonic storms over the Arabian Sea Ju-Yin 5 Febuary
Fire in the Air: Biomass Burning Impacts in a Changing Climate Chiranjivi 12 February
Climate change and health costs of air emissions from biofuels and gasoline Yang 26 February
Climate change impacts on extreme events in the United States: an uncertainty analysis
May also find this tutorial on climate modeling useful.
Ehsan 5 March
Synoptic and dynamic aspects of an extreme springtime Saharan dust outbreak Saroj 12 March
Local and synoptic mechanisms causing Southern California's Santa Ana winds Grzegorz 12 March
A new model for quantifying climate episodes Ilaria 26 March
A possible cause of the AO polarity reversal from winter to summer in 2010 and its relation to hemispheric extreme summer weather Yuta 26 March
The probability distribution of intense daily precipitation Francesco 2 April
Accelerated increase in the Arctic tropospheric warming events surpassing stratospheric warming events during winter Josh 2 April
Extreme hydrological changes in the southwestern US drive reductions in water supply to Southern California by mid century Will 9 April
Extreme weather events and plant–plant interactions: shifts between competition and facilitation among grassland species in the face of drought and heavy rainfall Danielle 16 April
The Great Colorado flood of 2013 Brandon 23 April
Smart adaptation in an era of rising climate risks McKenna 23 April Note the change of date.
Meteorological overview of the devastating 27 April 2011 tornado outbreak Sean 7 May