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Alaska Snowpack Response to Climate Change: Statewide Snowfall Equivalent and Snowpack Water Scenarios
Climatically driven changes in snow characteristics (snowfall, snowpack, and snowmelt) will affect hydrologic and ecological systems in Alaska over the coming century, yet there exist no projections of downscaled future ...
Mapping evaporative water loss in desert passerines reveals an expanding threat of lethal dehydration
Extreme high environmental temperatures produce a variety of consequences for wildlife, including mass die-offs. Heat waves are increasing in frequency, intensity, and extent, and are projected to increase further under ...
The politics of zoom: Problems with downscaling climate visualizations
(Geo: Geography and Environment, 2019)
Following the mandate in the Paris Agreement for signatories to provide "climate services" to their constituents, "downscaled" climate visualizations are proliferating. But the process of downscaling climate visualizations ...
Arctic biodiversity: increasing richness accompanies shrinking refugia for a cold-associated tundra fauna
As ancestral biodiversity responded dynamically to late-Quaternary climate changes, so are extant organisms responding to the warming trajectory of the Anthropocene. Ecological predictive modeling, statistical hypothesis ...
Variable respiration rates of incubated permafrost soil extracts from the Kolyma River lowlands, north-east Siberia
Thawing permafrost supplies dissolved organic carbon (DOC) to aquatic systems however, the magnitude, variability and fate of this DOC is not well constrained. Our objective was to examine DOC respiration from seasonally ...