2016 Publications

  • Agee, E., J. Larson, S. Childs, and A. Marmo (2016). Spatial Redistribution of U.S. Tornado Activity between 1954 and 2013. Appl. Meteor. & Clim., 55, 1681-1697.
  • Agee, E.M., and A. Orton (2016). An Initial Laboratory Prototype Experiment for Sequestration of Atmospheric CO2. Appl.Meteor.&Clim., 55, 8, 1763–1770.
  • Chang, J.C., J. Shulmeister, C. Woodward, G. Michalski (2016). Can stable oxygen and hydrogen isotopes from Australian subfossil Chironomus head capsules be used as proxies for past temperature change? J Paleolimnol 56: 331.
  • DeMarco, J., Filley, T., and Throop, H.L. (2016). Patterns of woody plant-derived soil carbon losses and persistence after brush management in a semi-arid grassland. Plant and Soil 1-17.
  • Early, R., B. A. Bradley, J. S. Dukes, J. J. Lawler, J. D. Olden, D. M. Blumenthal, P. Gonzalez, E. D. Grosholz, I. Ibañez, L. P. Miller, C. J. B. Sorte & A. J. Tatem (2016). Global threats from invasive alien species in the twenty-first century and national response capacities. Nature Communications 7, 12485.
  • Gramig, B. M., R. Massey, and S. D. Yun (2016) Nitrogen application decision-making under climate risk in the U.S. Corn Belt. Climate Risk Management. 30 November 2016
  • Hennes, E. P., B.C. Ruisch, I. Feygina, C. A. Monteiro, and J.T. Jost (2016). Motivated Recall in the Service of the Economic System: The Case of Anthropogenic Climate Change. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 2016, Vol. 145, No. 6, 755–771.
  • Hertel, T.W., U.L.C. Baldos (2016). Attaining Food and Environmental Security in an Era of Globalization. Global Environmental Change 41, 195–205
  • Honsey, A.E., D.B. Bunnell, C.D. Troy, D.G. Fielder, M.V. Thomas, C.T. Knight, S.C. Chong, and T.O. Höök (2016). Recruitment Synchrony of Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens, Percidae) in the Great Lakes Region, 1966–2008. Fisheries Research 181 (2016) 214–221.
  • Jiang, Y., A. V. Rocha, E. B. Rastetter, G. R. Shaver, U. Mishra, Q. Zhuang, B. L. Kwiatkowski (2016). C–N–P interactions control climate driven changes in regional patterns of C storage on the North Slope of Alaska. Landscape Ecol 31:195–213.
  • Jiang, Y., E. B. Rastetter, G. R. Shaver, A. V. Rocha, Q. Zhuang, Q. and B. L. Kwiatkowski (2016). Modeling long-term changes in tundra carbon balance following wildfire, climate change, and potential nutrient addition. Ecological Applications, 0(0), 2016, pp. 1–13
  • Jiang, Y., Q. Zhuang, S. Sitch, J. A. O’Donnell, D. Kicklighter, A. Sokolov, J. Melillo (2016). Importance of soil thermal regime in terrestrial ecosystem carbon dynamics in the circumpolar north. Glob. Change 142, 28–40.
  • Jin, Z., R. Prasad, J. Shriver, and Q. Zhuang (2016). Crop model- and satellite imagery-based recommendation tool for variable rate N fertilizer application for the US Corn system, Precision Agric., 08 December 2016.
  • Jin, Z., Q. Zhuang, J. S. Dukes, J. He, A. P. Sokolov, M. Chen, T. Zhang, T Luo (2016). Temporal variability in the thermal requirements for vegetation phenology on the Tibetan plateau and its implications for carbon dynamics. Climatic Change s10584-016-1736-8.
  • Jin, Z., Q. Zhuang, Z. Tan, J. S. Dukes, B. Zheng, and J.M. Melillo (2016). Do maize models capture the impacts of heat and drought stresses on yield? Using algorithm ensembles to identify successful approaches. Glob Chang Biol 2016 Sep 4;22(9):3112-26.
  • Liu, S., Q. Zhuang, M. Chen, and L. Gu (2016). Quantifying spatially and temporally explicit CO2 fertilization effects on global terrestrial ecosystem carbon dynamics. Ecosphere 7(7):e01391. 10.1002/ecs2.1391.
  • Lu, X., Q. Zhuang, Y. Liu, Y. Zhou, and A. Aghakouchak (2016). A large-scale methane model by incorporating the surface water transport. Geophys. Res. Biogeosci., 121.
  • Li, M., J.G. Ogg, Y. Zhang, C. Huang, L. Hinnov, Z. Q. Chen, and Z. Zou (2016). Astronomical tuning of the end-Permian extinction and the Early Triassic Epoch of South China and Germany. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 2016, 441: 10-25.
  • Li, M., L. Hinnov, C. Huang, Z.Q. Chen, J. Ogg, and Y. Zhang (2016). Obliquity-forced climate during the Early Triassic hothouse in China. Geology, 2016, 44(8): 623-626. 
  • Mehan, S., N. Kanan, R. P. Neupane, R. McDaniel, S. Kumar (2016). Climate Change Impacts on the Hydrological Processes of a Small Agricultural Watershed. Climate 4 (4), 56.
  • Rogers, A., B. E. Medlyn, J. S. Dukes, G. Bonan, S. von Caemmerer, M. C. Dietze, J. Kattge, A. D. B. Leakey, L. M. Mercado, U. Niinemets, I. C. Prentice, S. P. Serbin, S. Sitch, D. A. Way, and S. Zaehle (2017). New Phytologist (2017) 213: 22–42.
  • Salazar-Villegas A. E. Blagodatskaya, and J.S. Dukes (2016). Changes in the Size of the Active Microbial Pool Explain Short-Term Soil Respiratory Responses to Temperature and Moisture. Microbiol. 7:524.
  • Smith, N.G., G. Pold, C. Goranson, and J.S. Dukes (2016). Characterizing the drivers of seedling leaf gas exchange responses to warming and altered precipitation: indirect and direct effects. AoB PLANTS 8: plw066.
  • Smith, N. G., S. L. Malyshev, E. Shevliakova, J. Kattge, & J. S. Dukes (2016). Foliar temperature acclimation reduces simulated carbon sensitivity to climate. Nature Climate Change Vol: 6, 407–411.
  • Tan, Z., Q. Zhuang, D. K. Henze, C. Frankenberg, E. Dlugokencky, C. Sweeney, A. J. Turner, M. Sasakawa, and T. Machida (2016). Inverse modeling of pan-Arctic methane emissions at high spatial resolution: what can we learn from assimilating satellite retrievals and using different process-based wetland and lake biogeochemical models? Atmos. Chem. Phys., 16, 12649-12666.
  • Tonitto, C., and J. Ricker-Gilbert (2016). Nutrient management in African sorghum cropping systems: applying meta-analysis to assess yield and profitability. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 36(1):1-19.
  • Urban, M. C., G. Bocedi, A. P. Hendry, J.-B. Mihoub, G. Pe’er, A. Singer, J. R. Bridle, L. G. Crozier, L. De Meester, W. Godsoe, A. Gonzalez, J. J. Hellmann, R. D. Holt, A. Huth, K. Johst, C. B. Krug, P. W. Leadley, S. C. F. Palmer, J. H. Pantel, A. Schmitz, P. A. Zollner, J. M. J. Travis. (2016) Science 09, 353, 6304.
  • Wang, S., Q. Zhuang, Z. Yu,S. Bridgham, and J. K. Keller (2016). Quantifying peat carbon accumulation in Alaska using a process-based biogeochemistry model. Geophys. Res. Biogeosci., 121.
  • Ward, P.S., G. E. Shively (2016). Disaster risk, social vulnerability, and economic development. Disasters.2016 May 12.
  • Whisler, K. M., H. I. Rowe, J. S. Dukes (2016). Relationships among land use, soil texture, species richness, and soil carbon in Midwestern tallgrass prairie, CRP and crop lands, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 216, 237-246.
  • Xu, X., G. Yang, Y. Tan, Q. Zhuang, H. Li, R. Wan, W. Su, J. Zhang (2016). Ecological risk assessment of ecosystem services in the Taihu Lake Basin of China from 1985 to 2020. Sci. Total Environ. 554, 7–16.
  • Yang, J., Y. He, D. P. Aubrey, Q. Zhuang, and R. O. Teskey (2016). Global patterns and predictors of stem CO2 efflux in forest ecosystems. Glob Change Biol, 22: 1433–1444.
  • Zhang, L., Q. Zhuang, Y. He, Y. Liu, D. Yu, Q, Zhao, X. Shi, S. Xing, G. Wang (2016). Toward optimal soil organic carbon sequestration with effects of agricultural management practices and climate change in Tai-Lake paddy soils of China. Geoderma 275 (2016) 28–39.
  • Zhu, P., Q. Zhuang, J. Eva, and C. Bernacchi (2016). Importance of biophysical effects on climate warming mitigation potential of biofuel crops over the conterminous United States. GCB Bioenergy 8, 4, 687-848.
  • Zhu, X., and Q. Zhuang (2016). Relative importance between biogeochemical and biogeophysical effects in regulating terrestrial ecosystem-climate feedback in northern high latitudes. Geophys. Res. Atmos., 121.
  • Ziska L.H., J.S. Pettis, J. Edwards, J.E. Hancock, M.B. Tomecek, A. Clark, J.S. Dukes, I. Loladze, H.W. Polley. (2016). Rising atmospheric CO2 is reducing the protein concentration of a floral pollen source essential for North American bees. R. Soc. B 283: 20160414.

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