21. Lora, J.M., T. Tokano, J. Vatant d’Ollone, S. Lebonnois, and R.D. Lorenz (2019). A model intercomparison of Titan’s climate and low-latitude environment. Icarus, in press.

20. MacKenzie, S.M., J.M. Lora, and R.D. Lorenz (2019). A thermal inertia map of Titan. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets , in press.

19. Molaro, J.L., M. Choukroun, C. Phillips, E. Phelps, R. Hodyss, K. Mitchell, J.M. Lora, and G. Meirion-Griffith (2019). The microstructural evolution of water ice in the solar system through sinteringJournal of Geophysical Research: Planets 124, 243–277.

18. Hill, S.A., J.M. Lora, N. Khoo, S.P. Faulk, and J. Aurnou (2018). Affordable rotating fluid demonstrations for geoscience education: The DIYnamics projectBulletin of the American Meteorological Society 99, 2529–2538.

17. Lora, J.M. (2018). Components and mechanisms of hydrologic cycle changes over North America at the Last Glacial MaximumJournal of Climate 31, 7035–7051.

16. Shields, C.A., J.J. Rutz, L.R. Leung, F.M. Ralph, M. Wehner, B. Kawzenuk, J.M. Lora, and 32 co-authors (2018). Atmospheric River Tracking Method Intercomparison Project (ARTMIP): Experimental design and project goalsGeoscientific Model Development 11, 2455–2474.

15. Turtle, E.P., J.E. Perry, J.M. Barbara, A.D. Del Genio, S. Rodriguez, C. Sotin, J.M. Lora, S. Faulk, P. Corlies, J. Kelland, S.M. MacKenzie, R.A. West, A.S. McEwen, J.I. Lunine, J. Pitesky, T.L. Ray, and M. Roy (2018). Titan’s meteorology over the Cassini mission: Evidence for extensive subsurface methane reservoirsGeophysical Research Letters 45, 5320–5328.

14. Lora, J.M., T. Kataria, and P. Gao (2018). Atmospheric circulation, chemistry, and infrared spectra of Titan-like exoplanets around different stellar typesAstrophysical Journal 853, 58–67.

13. Faulk, S.P., S. Moon, J.L. Mitchell, and J.M. Lora (2017). Regional patterns of extreme precipitation on Titan consistent with observed alluvial fan distributionNature Geoscience 10, 827–831.

12. Löfverström, M. and J.M. Lora (2017). Abrupt regime shifts in the North Atlantic atmospheric circulation over the last deglaciationGeophysical Research Letters 44, 8047–8055.

11. Lora, J.M., J.L. Mitchell, C. Risi, and A.E. Tripati (2017). North Pacific atmospheric rivers and their influence on North America at the Last Glacial MaximumGeophysical Research Letters 44, 1051–1059.

10. Lora, J.M. and M. Ádámkovics (2017) . The near-surface methane humidity on TitanIcarus 286, 270–279.

9. Lora, J.M., J.L. Mitchell, and A.E. Tripati (2016). Abrupt reorganization of North Pacific and western North American climate during the last deglaciationGeophysical Research Letters 43, 11796–11804.

8. Mitchell, J.L. and J.M. Lora (2016). The climate of TitanAnnual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Science 44, 353–380.

7. McDonald, G.D., A.G. Hayes, R.C. Ewing, J.M. Lora, C.E. Newman, T. Tokano, A. Lucas, A. Soto, and G. Chen (2016). Variations in Titan’s dune orientations as a result of orbital forcingIcarus 270, 197–210.

6. Neish, C.D., J.L. Molaro., J.M. Lora, A.D. Howard, R.L. Kirk, P. Schenk, V.J. Bray, and R.D. Lorenz (2016). Fluvial erosion as a mechanism for crater modification on TitanIcarus 270, 114–129.

5. Lora, J.M. and J.L. Mitchell (2015). Titan’s asymmetric lake distribution mediated by methane transport due to atmospheric eddiesGeophysical Research Letters 42, 6213–6220.

4. Lora, J.M., J.I. Lunine, and J.L. Russell (2015). GCM simulations of Titan’s middle and lower atmosphere and comparison to observationsIcarus 250, 516–528.

3. Lora, J.M., J.I. Lunine, J.L. Russell, and A.G. Hayes (2014). Simulations of Titan’s paleoclimateIcarus 243, 264–273.

2. Griffith, C.A., J.M. Lora, J. Turner, P.F. Penteado, R.H. Brown, M.G. Tomasko, L. Doose, and C. See (2012). Possible tropical lakes on Titan from observations of dark terrainNature 486, 237–239.

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