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Place, Memory, and Climate Change, Glassberg, David , The Public Historian, 08/2014, Volume 36, p.17 - 30, (2014)
Plethodon cinereus (Eastern Red-backed Salamander) Movement., Sterrett, S.C., Grant Evan H. Campbel, Brand A.B., Fields W.R., and Katz Rachel , Herpetological Review 46:71, (2015)
POLEWARD SHIFTS IN WINTER RANGES OF NORTH AMERICAN BIRDS, La Sorte, Frank A., and Thompson Frank R. , Ecology, 07/2007, Volume 88, p.1803 - 1812, (2007)
Poor recruitment is changing the structure and species composition of an old-growth hemlock-hardwood forest, Salk, Theodore T., Frelich Lee E., Sugita Shinya, Calcote Randy, Ferrari James B., and Montgomery Rebecca A. , Forest Ecology and Management, 6/2011, Volume 261, p.1998 - 2006, (2011)
Population dynamics has greater effects than climate change on tree species distribution in a temperate forest region, Wang, Wen J., Thompson Frank R., He Hong S., Fraser Jacob S., Dijak William D., and Spetich Martin A. , Journal of Biogeography, Jan-12-2018, Volume 45, Issue 12, p.2766 - 2778, (2018)
Population Response to Habitat Fragmentation in a Stream-Dwelling Brook Trout Population, Letcher, Benjamin H., Nislow Keith H., Coombs Jason A., O’Donnell Matthew J., and Dubreuil Todd L. , PLoS ONE, 11/2007, Volume 2, p.e1139, (2007)
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)
Poroelastic Loading of an Aquifer Due to Upstream Dam Releases, Boutt, David F. , Ground Water, 07/2010, Volume 48, p.580 - 592, (2010)
Potential Effects of Foundation Species Loss on Wetland Communities: A Case Study of Black Ash Wetlands Threatened by Emerald Ash Borer, Youngquist, Melissa B., Eggert Sue L., D’Amato Anthony, Palik Brian J., and Slesak Robert A. , Wetlands, Jan-08-2017, Volume 37, Issue 4, p.787 - 799, (2017)
The potential for snow to supply human water demand in the present and future, Mankin, Justin S., Viviroli Daniel, Singh Deepti, Hoekstra Arjen Y., and Diffenbaugh Noah S. , Environmental Research Letters, 11/2015, Volume 10, p.114016, (2015)
Potential increases in natural disturbance rates could offset forest management impacts on ecosystem carbon stocks, Bradford, John B., Jensen Nicholas R., Domke Grant M., and D’Amato Anthony , Forest Ecology and Management, 11/2013, Volume 308, p.178 - 187, (2013)
Potential influence of high-elevation wind farms on carnivore mobility, Sirén, Alexej P. K., Pekins Peter J., Kilborn Jillian R., Kanter John J., and Sutherland Chris S. , The Journal of Wildlife Management, Jan-11-2017, Volume 81, Issue 8, p.1505 - 1512, (2017)
Practical guidance for integrating data management into long-term ecological monitoring projects, Sutter, Robert D., Wainscott Susan B., Boetsch John R., Palmer Craig J., and Rugg David J. , Wildlife Society Bulletin, Jan-09-2015, Volume 39, Issue 3, p.451 - 463, (2015)
The Practitioner’s Dilemma: How to Assess the Credibility of Downscaled Climate Projections, Barsugli, Joseph J., Guentchev Galina, Horton Radley M., Wood Andrew, Mearns Linda O., Liang Xin-Zhong, Winkler Julie A., Dixon Keith, Hayhoe Katharine, Rood Richard B., et al. , Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 11/2013, Volume 94, Issue 46, p.424 - 425, (2013)
Predicted range shifts in North American boreal forest birds and the effect of climate change on genetic diversity in blackpoll warblers (Setophaga striata), Ralston, Joel, and Kirchman Jeremy J. , Conservation Genetics, 4/2013, Volume 14, p.543 - 555, (2013)
Predicting road culvert passability for migratory fishes, Januchowski-Hartley, Stephanie R., Diebel Matthew W., Doran Patrick J., and McIntyre Peter B. , Diversity and Distributions, 12/2014, Volume 20, p.1414 - 1424, (2014)
PREDICTING THE SUMMER TEMPERATURE OF SMALL STREAMS IN SOUTHWESTERN WISCONSIN, Gaffield, Stephen J., Potter Kenneth W., and Wang Lizhu , Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 02/2005, Volume 41, p.25 - 36, (2005)
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)
Prevalence, statistical thresholds, and accuracy assessment for species distribution models, Hanberry, Brice B., and He Hong , Web Ecology, 2013, Volume 13, p.13 - 19, (2013)
Probabilistic 21st and 22nd century sea-level projections at a global network of tide-gauge sites, Kopp, Robert E., Horton Radley M., Little Christopher M., Mitrovica Jerry X., Oppenheimer Michael, Rasmussen D. J., Strauss Benjamin H., and Tebaldi Claudia , Earth’s Future, 08/2014, Volume 2, p.383 - 406, (2014)
Projected Changes in Climate Extremes over the Northeastern United States, Ning, Liang, RIDDLE EMILY E., and Bradley Raymond S. , Journal of Climate, 01/2015, p.150127131552007, (2015)
Projected changes in extreme temperature events based on the NARCCAP model suite, Horton, Radley M., Coffel Ethan, Winter Jonathan M., and Bader Daniel A. , Geophysical Research Letters, 2015, Volume 42, Issue 8, p.7722-7731, (2015)
Projected Heat-Related Mortality in the U.S. Urban Northeast, Petkova, Elisaveta, Horton Radley M., Bader Daniel A., and Kinney Patrick , International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12/2013, Volume 10, p.6734 - 6747, (2013)
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, Dec-13-2016, 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)

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