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Folland C.K., Miller C., Bader DC, Crowe M., Jones P., Plummer N., Richman M., Parker D.E., Rogers J., Scholefield P..  1999.  Workshop on Indices and Indicators for Climate Extremes, Asheville, NC, USA, 3–6 June 1997 Breakout Group C: Temperature Indices for Climate Extremes. Climatic Change. 42:31-43.
Phillips TJ, AchutaRao K., Bader DC, Covey C, Gleckler PJ, Sperber K., Taylor K..  2007.  On the Validity of Climate Models. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union. 88:121.
Hurrell J, Meehl GA, Bader DC, Delworth TL, Kirtman B, Wielicki B.  2009.  A Unified Modeling Approach to Climate System Prediction. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 90:1819-1832.
Bader DC, Bamzai A., Patrinos A., Fein J., Leinen M..  2005.  A U . S . Interagency Distributed Climate Modeling Project. EOS. 86:309–310.
Evans KJ, Mahajan S, Branstetter M, McClean JL, Caron J, Maltrud ME, Hack JJ, Bader DC, Neale R, Leifeld JK.  2014.  A spectral transform dynamical core option within the Community Atmosphere Model (CAM4). Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. :n/a-n/a.
Bala G., Rood RB, Bader DC, Mirin A., Ivanova D., Drui C.  2008.  Simulated climate near steep topography: Sensitivity to numerical methods for atmospheric transport. 35(14):L14807.
Covey C, Gleckler PJ, Phillips TJ, Bader DC.  2006.  Secular trends and climate drift in coupled ocean-atmosphere general circulation models. 111(D3):D03107.
Hurrell J, Meehl GA, Bader DC, Delworth TL, Kirtman B, Wielicki B.  2010.  Reply to Roger A. Pielke Sr. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 91:1702-1703.
McClean JL, Bader DC, Bryan FO, Maltrud ME, Dennis JM, Mirin AA, Jones PW, Kim YYin, Ivanova DP, Vertenstein M et al..  2011.  A prototype two-decade fully-coupled fine-resolution CCSM simulation. Ocean Modelling. 39(1-2):10-30.
Chin H-N, Caldwell P, Bader DC.  2010.  Preliminary Study of California Wintertime Model Wet Bias. Monthly Weather Review. 138:3556-3571.
Bader DC, C. Whiteman D.  1989.  Numerical Simulation of Cross-Valley Plume Dispersion during the Morning Transition Period. Journal of Applied Meteorology. 28:652-664.
Bader DC, McKee TB.  1992.  Mesoscale Boundary-Layer Evolution over Complex Terrain. Part II: Factors Controlling Nocturnal Boundary-Layer Structure. Monthly Weather Review. 120:802-816.
Bader DC, McKee TB, Tripoli GJ.  1987.  Mesoscale Boundary Layer Evolution over Complex Terrain. Part I. Numerical Simulation of the Diurnal Cycle. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 44:2823-2839.
Caldwell P, Chin H-N, Bader DC, Bala G..  2009.  Evaluation of a WRF dynamical downscaling simulation over California. Climatic Change. 95:499-521.
Bala G., Rood RB, Mirin A., McClean J., Achutarao K, Bader DC, Gleckler PJ, Neale R., Rasch P..  2008.  Evaluation of a CCSM3 Simulation with a Finite Volume Dynamical Core for the Atmosphere at 1° Latitude × 1.25° Longitude Resolution. Journal of Climate. 21:1467-1486.
Bader DC, McKee TB.  1985.  Effects of Shear, Stability and Valley Characteristics on the Destruction of Temperature Inversions. Journal of Climate and Applied Meteorology. 24:822-832.
Bader DC, McKee TB.  1983.  Dynamical Model Simulation of the Morning Boundary Layer Development in Deep Mountain Valleys. Journal of Climate and Applied Meteorology. 22:341-351.
Bader DC, Covey C, Gutowski, Jr. WJ, Held IM, Kunkel KE, Miller RL, Tokmakian RT, Zhang MH.  2008.  Climate Models: An Assessment of Strengths and Limitations - Synthesis and Assessment Product 3.1. New York.
Book Chapter
McKee TB, Bader DC, Hanson K..  1987.  Synoptic Influence on Urban Circulation. Modeling the Urban Boundary Layer.
Bader DC.  2007.  NRC Committee on Archiving Environmental and Geospatial Data at NOAA. Environmental Data Management at NOAA: Archiving, Stewardship, and Access.
Bader DC, Fein J., Ming J, Tsengdar L, Meacham S, Rind D.  2003.  Modeling Strategy. Strategic Plan for the Climate Change Science Program. A Report by the Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research.. :101–110.