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Maria J. Molina
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Travis A. O’Brien
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Gemma Anderson
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Moetasim Ashfaq
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Katrina E. Bennett
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William D. Collins
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Katherine Dagon
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), and thus typically comprises phenomena of subseasonal (minimum of 2 weeks) or longer time scales ( Fig. 1 ), which can have natural (e.g., volcanic eruptions and orbital cycles that impact insolation) and/or anthropogenic sources [e.g., greenhouse gases (GHG) and sulfate/biomass burning aerosols; Ghil 2002 ; Salinger 2005 ]. Weather phenomena that can cause extremes include, for example, tropical cyclones (TCs), atmospheric rivers (ARs), and mesoscale convective systems (MCSs; Fig. 1 ). While

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