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.

2018

Burnham, M., L.V. Rasmussen, Ma Z. (2018). Climate change adaptation pathways: Synergies, contradictions and tradeoffs across scales. World Development, 108, 231-234

Burnham, M., Ma Z. (2018). Multi-Scalar Pathways to Smallholder Adaptation. World Development, 108, 249-262

Chin, N., K. Byun, A. F. Hamlet, K. A. Cherkauer (2018). Assessing Potential Winter Weather Response to Climate Change and Implications for Tourism in the U.S. Great Lakes and Midwest. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies Vol. 19, pg 42-56.

Cramwinckel, M.J., M. Huber, I.J. Kocken, C. Agnini, P.K. Bijl, S.M. Bohaty, J. Frieling, A. Goldner, F. J. Hilgen, E. L. Kip, F. Peterse, R. van der Ploeg, U. Röhl, S. Schouten and A. Sluijs (2018). Synchronous tropical and polar temperature evolution in the Eocene. Nature, 1–5

Genet, H., He, Y., Lyu, Z., McGuire, A. D., Zhuang, Q., Clein, J., D'Amore, D., Bennett, A., Breen, A., Biles, F., Euskirchen, E. S., Johnson, K., Kurkowski, T., (Kushch) Schroder, S., Pastick, N., Rupp, T. S., Wylie, B., Zhang, Y., Zhou, X. and Zhu, Z. (2017), The role of driving factors in historical and projected carbon dynamics of upland ecosystems in Alaska. Ecol Appl. doi:10.1002/eap.1641

Groisman, P., H. Shugart, D. Kicklighter, G.Henebry, N. Tchebakova, S. Maksyutov, E. Monier, G. Gutman, S. Gulev, J. Qi, A. Prishchepov, E. Kukavskaya, B. Porfiriev, A. Shiklomanov, T. Loboda, N. Shiklomanov, S. Nghiem, K. Bergen, J. Albrechtová, J. Chen, M. Shahgedanova, A. Shvidenko, N. Speranskaya, A. Soja, K. de Beurs, O. Bulygina, J. McCarty, Q. Zhuang and O. Zolina, Northern Eurasia Future Initiative (NEFI): facing the challenges and pathways of global change in the twenty-first century, Progress in Earth and Planetary Science 20174:41

Liu, L., Zhuang, Q., Zhu, Q., Liu, S., van Asperen, H., and Pihlatie, M.: Global soil consumption of atmospheric carbon monoxide: an analysis using a process-based biogeochemistry model, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 18, 7913-7931

Lu, X., Zhou, Y., Zhuang, Q., Prigent, C., Liu, Y., & Teuling, A. (2018). Increasing methane emissions from natural land ecosystems due to sea-level rise. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 123

Lyu, Z. , Genet, H. , He, Y. , Zhuang, Q. , McGuire, A. D., Bennett, A. , Breen, A. , Clein, J. , Euskirchen, E. S., Johnson, K. , Kurkowski, T. , Pastick, N. J., Rupp, T. S., Wylie, B. K. and Zhu, Z. (2018), The role of environmental driving factors in historical and projected carbon dynamics of wetland ecosystems in Alaska. Ecological Applications, 0(0), 2018, pp. 1–19

Lyu, Zhou., & Zhuang, Qianlai (2018). Quantifying the effects of snowpack on soil thermal and carbon dynamics of the Arctic terrestrial ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 123

McGuire, A.D., D.M. Lawrence, C. Koven J.S. Clein, E. Burke, G. Chen, E. Jafarov, A.H. MacDougall, S. Marchenko, D. Nicolsky, S. Peng, A. Rinke, P. Ciais, I. Gouttevin, D.J. Hayes, D. Ji, G. Krinner, J.C. Moore, V.E. Romanovsky, C. Schädel, K. Schaefer, E.A.G. Schuur, and Q. Zhuang. 2018. The dependence of the evolution of carbon dynamics in the northern permafrost region on the trajectory of climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 6 pages. (ISSN: 1091-6490)

Nateghi, R. (2018) Multi-Dimensional Infrastructure Resilience Modeling: An Application to Hurricane-Prone Electric Power Distribution Systems. IEEE Access PP(99):1-1

Qu, Yang, Shamil Maksyutov, and Qianlai Zhuang, Technical Note: An efficient method for accelerating the spin-up process for process-based biogeochemistry models, Biogeosciences, 15, 3967–3973

Tan, Z., Yao, H., & Zhuang, Q. (2018). A small temperate lake in the 21st century: Dynamics of water temperature, ice phenology, dissolved oxygen, and chlorophyll a. Water Resources Research, 54

Zhu P, Jin Z, Zhuang Q, et al. The important but weakening maize yield benefit of grain filling prolongation in the US Midwest. Glob Change Biol. 2018; 00:1–13

van Gestel, N., Shi, Z., van Groenigen, K.J., Osenberg, C.W., Andresen, L.C., Dukes, J.S., Hovenden, M.J., Luo, Y., Michelsen, A., Pendall, E. and Reich, P.B., 2018. Predicting soil carbon loss with warming. Nature, 554: E4-E5

Zhu, P. Jin,  Q. Zhuang,  P. Ciais,  C. Bernacchi,  X. Wang,  D. Makowski, D. Lobell (2018). The important but weakening maize yield benefit of grain filling prolongation in the US Midwest. Glob Change Biol. 2018; 00:1–13

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