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Quantifying vegetation transpirational controls on streamflow in the Lehman Creek watershed to estimate potential effects of anthropogenic climate change
While a number of studies have documented the occurrence of climate change in the Western U.S., no studies have used modern instrumental climate data to quantify the potential effect of climate change-induced increases in ...
Quantifying some key ecological responses to natural climate variability and anthropogenic climate change in Great Basin and Sierra Nevada ecosystems
Changes in Earth's climate are predicted to strongly affect temperatures and droughts in the southwestern U.S. which will influence plant species distributions, soil biogeochemistry, and ecosystem function. The objectives ...
Impact of Climate Change on Surface and Subsurface Water Interaction and Riparian Vegetation: Linkage between Hydrology and Invasive Tamarisk in a Semi-Arid Basin
Long-term assessment of climate change impacts on water resources is essential for developing management strategies. They are even more important in semi-arid basins of the southwestern United States where effects of changes ...