Publications

The following peer-reviewed articles were published by PCCRC-affiliated researchers. These climate change-related publications are sorted by the first author’s last name, and the year of publication.

2019

Agee, E. and L. Taylor (2019). Historical Analysis of U.S. Tornado Fatalities (1808–2017): Population, Science, and Technology. Wea. Climate Soc., 11, 355–368.

Bian, Z., X. Guo, S. Wang, Q. Zhuang, X. Jin, Q. Wang and S. Jia (2019). Applying statistical methods to map soil organic carbon of agricultural lands in northeastern coastal areas of China, Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science. DOI: 10.1080/03650340.2019.1626983.

Cason, T.N. and F.P. de Vries (2019). Environ Resource Econ 2019 73: 1.

Chin N., G. J. Day, S. Sydnor, L. S. Prokopy, and K. A. Cherkauer (2019). Journal of Destination Marketing & Management, Volume 12, June 2019, 125-129.

Kicklighter, D. W., J. M. Melillo, E. Monier, A. P. Sokolov, and Q. Zhuang (2019). Future nitrogen availability and its effect on carbon sequestration in Northern Eurasia. Nature Communications 10, 3024.

McCallen, E., J. Knott, G. Nunez-Mir, B. Taylor, I. Jo and S. Fei (2019). Trends in ecology: shifts in ecological research themes over the past four decades. Front Ecol Environ doi:10.1002/fee.1993

Marion Suiseeya, K. R. and L. Zanotti (2019). Making Influence Visible: Innovating Ethnography at the Paris Climate Summit. Global Environmental Politics 19, 2, 38-60.

Mehan, S., M. W. Gitau, and D. C. Flanagan (2019). Reliable Future Climatic Projections for Sustainable Hydro-Meteorological Assessments in the Western Lake Erie Basin. Water 2019, 11(3), 581.

Milkoreit, M., (2019). The Paris Agreement on Climate Change —Made in USA? Perspectives on Politics, 1-19.

Peña‑Lévano, L.M., F.Taheripour, and W. E. Tyner (2019). Climate Change Interactions with Agriculture, Forestry Sequestration, and Food Security. Environmental and Resource Economics, pp 1-23.

Pendleton, S. L., G. H. Miller, N. Lifton, S. J. Lehman, J. Southon, S. E. Crump, and R. S. Anderson (2019). Rapidly receding Arctic Canada glaciers revealing landscapes continuously ice-covered for more than 40,000 years. Nature Communications, 10,: 445

Ploughe, L. W., and J. S. Dukes (2019). Understory plant composition and nitrogen transformations resistant to changes in seasonal precipitation. Ecosphere 10(5):e02747. 10.1002/ecs2.2747.

Qi, L., S. Wang, Q. Zhuang, Z. Yang, S. Bai, X. Jin, G. Lei (2019). Spatial-Temporal Changes in Soil Organic Carbon and pH in the Liaoning Province of China: A Modeling Analysis Based on Observational Data, Sustainability, 11(13).

Qu, Y. and Q. Zhuang (2019) Evapotranspiration in North America: implications for water resources in a changing climate. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 1-16.

Salazar, A., Lennon, J.T. and J.S.Dukes (2019). Microbial dormancy improves predictability of soil respiration at the seasonal time scale. Biogeochemistry 2019 144: 103-116

Salmon, O. E., Welp, L. R., Baldwin, M. E., Hajny, K. D., Stirm, B. H. and Shepson, P. B.: Vertical profile observations of water vapor deuterium excess in the lower troposphere, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 19(17), 11525–11543, doi:10.5194/acp-19-11525-2019-supplement, 2019.

Yu, T. and Q. Zhuang (2019). Quantifying global N2O emissions from natural ecosystem soils using trait-based biogeochemistry models. Biogeosciences 16(2): 207-222.

Zhu, P, Zhuang, Q, Archontoulis, SV, Bernacchi, C, Müller (2019). Dissecting the nonlinear response of maize yield to high temperature stress with model‐data integration. Glob Change Biol. 2019; 00: 1– 15.

Zhu, P., Q. Zhuang, L. Welp, P. Ciais, M. Heimann, B. Peng, W. Li, C. Bernacchi, C. Roedenbeck, and T.F. Keenan (2019). Recent warming has resulted in smaller gains in net carbon uptake in northern high latitudes. J. Climate 5.14.2019.

 

 

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