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Growth-Climate relationships across topographic gradients in the northern Great Lakes, Dymond, S.F, DAmato A.W., Kolka R.K, Bolstad P.V, Sebestyen S.D, and Bradford J.B , Ecohydrology , Sep-07-2016, Volume 9, Issue 6, (2016)
A hierarchical model of daily stream temperature using air-water temperature synchronization, autocorrelation, and time lags, Letcher, Benjamin H., Hocking Daniel J., O’Neil Kyle, Whiteley Andrew R., Nislow Keith H., and O’Donnell Matthew J. , PeerJ, Jan-01-2016, Volume 4, p.e1727, (2016)
How will predicted land-use change affect waterfowl spring stopover ecology? Inferences from an individual-based model, Beatty, William S., Kesler Dylan C., Webb Elisabeth B., Naylor Luke W., Raedeke Andrew H., Humburg Dale D., Coluccy John M., and Soulliere Gregory J. , Journal of Applied Ecology, Sep-10-2016, Volume 54, Issue 3, p.926 - 934, (2016)
Identification and Density Estimation of American Martens (Martes americana) Using a Novel Camera-Trap Method, Sirén, Alexej P. K., Pekins P.J., Abdu Peter L., and Ducey Mark J. , Diversity , Jan-12-2016, Volume 8, Issue 1, (2016)
Immediate changes in stream channel geomorphology, aquatic habitat, and fish assemblages following dam removal in a small upland catchment, Magilligan, F, Nislow Keith H., Kynard B, and Hackman A , Geomorphology, Jan-01-2016, Volume 252, (2016)
The impacts of increasing drought on forest dynamics, structure, and biodiversity., CLARK, JAMES S., Iverson Louis R., Woodall Christopher W., Allen C.D., Bell D.M., .Bragg D, D’Amato Anthony, Davis F.W., Hersh M., Ibanez I., et al. , Global Change Biology, Feb-22-2016, Volume 22, Issue 7, (2016)
Increasing Forest Resiliency for an Uncertain Future, Cataranzo, Paul F., DAmato Anthony W., and Huff Emily Silver , (2016)
Landscape- and regional-scale shifts in forest composition under climate change in the Central Hardwood Region of the United States, Wang, Wen J., He Hong S., Thompson Frank R., Fraser Jacob S., and Dijak William D. , Landscape Ecology, Jan-01-2016, Volume 31, Issue 1, p.149 - 163, (2016)
Mad as a March Hare, Sirén, Alexej P. K. , N.H. Wildife Journal, (2016)
Managing Climate Change Refugia for Climate Adaptation, Morelli, Toni Lyn, Daly Christopher, Dobrowski Solomon Z., Dulen Deanna M., Ebersole Joseph L., Jackson Stephen T., Lundquist Jessica D., Millar Constance I., Maher Sean P., Monahan William B., et al. , PLOS ONE, Aug-10-2016, Volume 11, Issue 8, p.e0159909, (2016)
Modeling Effects of Climate Change on Spruce-Fir Forest Ecosystems and Associated Priority Bird Populations, D’Amato, Anthony , (2016)
Multi-model comparison on the effects of climate change on tree species in the Eastern U.S.: results from an enhanced niche model and process-based ecosystem and landscape models, Iverson, Louis R., Thompson Frank R., Matthews S., Prasad A, Dijak William D., Fraser Jacob S., Wang Wen J., Hanberry Brice B., He Hong S., Janowiak Maria, et al. , Landscape Ecology, Jun-22-2016, (2016)
NAO and PNA influences on winter temperature and precipitation over the eastern United States in CMIP5 GCMs, Ning, Liang, and Bradley Raymond S. , Climate Dynamics, 02/2016, Volume 46, Issue 3, p.1257-1276, (2016)
Northeast Climate Science Center 2015 Annual Report, Center, Northeast Climate Sc , Amherst, MA, (2016)
Northeast Regional Invasive Species and Climate Change (RISCC) Management Workshop Report, Morelli, Toni Lyn, Brown-Lima Carrie, and Bradley Bethany , 08/2016, (2016)
Nutrient enrichment induces dormancy and decreases diversity of active bacteria in salt marsh sediments, Kearns, Patrick J., Angell John H., Howard Evan M., Deegan Linda A., Stanley Rachel H. R., and Bowen Jennifer L. , Nature Communications, Sep-26-2016, Volume 7, p.12881, (2016)
Population trends influence species ability to track climate change, Ralston, Joel, Deluca William V., Feldman Richard E., and King David I. , Global Change Biology, Sep-21-2016, Volume 23, Issue 4, (2016)
Predicting tree biomass growth in the temperate-boreal ecotone: is tree size, age, competition or climate response most important?, Foster, Jane R., Finley Andrew O., D’Amato Anthony, Bradford John B., and Banerjee Sudipto , Global Change Biology, Mar-03-2016, Volume 22, Issue 6, (2016)
Projected Influences of Changes in Weather Severity on Autumn-Winter Distributions of Dabbling Ducks in the Mississippi and Atlantic Flyways during the Twenty-First Century, Notaro, Michael, Schummer Michael, Zhong Yafang, Vavrus Stephen, Van Den Elsen Lena, Coluccy John, and Hoving Christopher , PLOS ONE, Jan-12-2017, Volume 11, Issue 12, p.e0167506, (2016)
Projected shifts in fish species dominance in Wisconsin lakes under climate change, Hansen, Gretchen J. A., Read Jordan S., Hansen Jonathan F., and Winslow Luke A. , Global Change Biology, Sep-08-2016, Volume 23, Issue 4, (2016)
Quantifying relative uncertainties in the detection and attribution of human-induced climate change on winter streamflow, Ahn, Kuk-Hyun, Merwade Venkatesh, Ojha C.S.P., and Palmer Richard N. , Journal of Hydrology, Nov-2016, Volume 542, p.304 - 316, (2016)
Quantifying Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis) Dependence on Saltmarsh-Derived Productivity Using Stable Isotope Analysis, Baker, Henry K., Nelson James A., and Leslie Heather M. , Estuaries and Coasts, Jan-09-2016, Volume 39, Issue 5, p.1537 - 1542, (2016)
Realized climate niche breadth varies with population trend and distribution in North American birds, Ralston, Joel, Deluca William V., Feldman Richard E., and King David I. , Global Ecology and Biogeography, Jul-16-2016, Volume 25, Issue 10, p.1173 - 1180, (2016)
Realized climate niche breadth varies with population trend and distribution in North American birds, Ralston, Joel, Deluca William V., Feldman R.E., and King David I. , Global Ecology and Biogeography, Jul-16-2016, Volume 25, Issue 10, p.1173, (2016)
Regional climate change projections of streamflow characteristics in the Northeast and Midwest U.S., Demaria, Eleonora M. C., Palmer Richard N., and Roundy Joshua K. , Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, Mar-2016, Volume 5, p.309 - 323, (2016)