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Artikler om klimaforandringer fra Elsevier (frem til 2019)

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  1. Substantial breakthroughs on function-led design of advanced materials used in mixed matrix membranes (MMMs): A new horizon for efficient CO 2 separation… to correctly identify the best material for the specific gas separation targets. Advanced functionalized MMMs generate substantial breakthroughs in tailoring successful CO 2 -selective membranes and recent progresses in functional materials create many attractive opportunities …Abtin Ebadi Amooghin, Samaneh Mashhadikhan, Hamidreza Sanaeepur, Abdolreza Moghadassi, Takeshi Matsuura, Seeram RamakrishnaProgress in Materials Science (2019)Sign In To View PDF2Citations21Readers
  2. “Sponge City” in China—A breakthrough of planning and flood risk management in the urban contextSurface water flooding is currently viewed as the most serious water-related issue in many of the China's large cities due to rapid urbanization, land-use change and the process of rapid socio-economic …Faith Ka Shun Chan, James A. Griffiths, David Higgitt, Shuyang Xu, Fangfang Zhu, Yu Ting Tang, Yuyao Xu, Colin R. ThorneLand Use Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF13Citations102Readers
  3. Sub-surface drip fertigation with conservation agriculture in a rice-wheat system: A breakthrough for addressing water and nitrogen use efficiencyThe future of the South Asia's rice-wheat (RW) production system is at stake due to continuously depleting aquifers and increasing pressure on underground water under projected climate change scenario. Conventional management factors such …H. S. Sidhu, M. L. Jat, Yadvinder Singh, Ravneet Kaur Sidhu, Naveen Gupta, Parvinder Singh, Pankaj Singh, H. S. Jat, Bruno GerardAgricultural Water Management (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations15Readers
  4. Engaging scientists in science communication: The effect of social proof and meaningScience communication helps the general public understand science breakthroughs, making them support evidence-based decision making. Therefore, science communication is of paramount importance for issues that closely relate to the public, such as sustainability, climate …Saiquan Hu, Zhengfeng Li, Jin Zhang, Junming ZhuJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations46Readers
  5. How rebound effects of efficiency improvement and price jump of energy influence energy consumption?… emission. So this paper arms to capture the rebound effects of efficiency improvement by considering zero-cost breakthrough of energy efficiency and price jump of energy purchase. First, energy efficiency improvement, measured by zero-cost …Chan Wang, Pu yan NieJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations14Readers
  6. An efficient temperature swing adsorption (TSA) process for separating CO2 from CO2/N2 mixture using Mg-MOF-74… linked to Ansys-Fluent software. The CFD two- and three-dimensional models have been validated against adsorption breakthrough experimental data obtained by the authors, at ambient temperature, and against published experimental data for high temperature …Rached Ben-Mansour, Naef A.A. QasemEnergy Conversion and Management (2018)Sign In To View PDF10Citations27Readers
  7. An assessment framework for climate-proof nature-based solutions… the NBS context, backcasting is well-suited to seize the transformational character of NBS, as it encourages ‘breakthrough’ leaps rather than incremental improvements. Our framework factors in the multifunctional character of NBS and is designed …Elisa Calliari, Andrea Staccione, Jaroslav MysiakScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations40Readers
  8. Facile synthesis of triazine-triphenylamine-based microporous covalent polymer adsorbent for flue gas CO 2 capture… CO 2 /N 2 of 64 at 273 K and 1 bar, whereas the binary gas mixture breakthroughstudy using a model flue gas composition at 298 K shows a high CO 2 /N 2 …Swapan K. Das, Xinbo Wang, Zhiping LaiMicroporous and Mesoporous Materials (2018)Sign In To View PDF8Citations19Readers
  9. The Tibetan Plateau cryosphere: Observations and model simulations for current status and recent changes… strategy that combines sets of in situ and remote sensing measurements and improved numerical models is of great importance for achieving breakthroughs with respect to research on the TP cryosphere and its interaction with climate.Meixue Yang, Xuejia Wang, Guojin Pang, Guoning Wan, Zhaochen LiuEarth-Science Reviews (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations6Readers
  10. Interactive effects of increased temperature, pCO2 and the synthetic progestin levonorgestrel on the fitness and breeding of the amphipod Gammarus locusta… the effects of climate drivers (and vice-versa) on the gammarids fitness and reproduction. The present study breakthrough the state of the art, since for the first time it was evaluated the impact of climate …P. G. Cardoso, E. M. Loganimoce, T. Neuparth, M. J. Rocha, E. Rocha, F. ArenasEnvironmental Pollution (2018)
  1. Controlling environmental crisis appraisal through knowledge, vividness, and timingEffective communication during disasters ensures that the public realizes the urgency of the crisis. The present research aims to identify factors that influence the perceived urgency and severity of a chronic water crisis in the …Virginia S.Y. Kwan, Esha S. Naidu, Michael T. BixterJournal of Environmental Psychology (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations12Readers
  2. Researching climate crisis and energy transitions: Some issues for ethnography… crisis and direct experience on the ground. Ethnographers investigate experiences, so how are we to research climate crisis? The anticipated crisis is unknowable in its depth and reach; the everyday experience of consumer capitalism confines …James GoodmanEnergy Research and Social Science (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations32Readers
  3. Did climate changes trigger the Late Devonian Kellwasser Crisis? Evidence from a high-resolution conodont δ18OPO4 record from South ChinaThe impact of climate change on biodiversity has been the focus of studies on the Phanerozoic biotic crises. However, it is still controversial whether climate change has caused the Frasnian–Famennian (F–F) biotic crisis …Cheng Huang, Michael M. Joachimski, Yiming GongEarth and Planetary Science Letters (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations8Readers
  4. Eco-friendly policies and financial performance: Was the financial crisis a game changer for large US companies?Whether companies implementing eco-friendly policies are better immune to negative shocks in financial performance during crisis times and perform differently after the shocks remains an open question. We gather information on firms' CSR performance …Mikael PetitjeanEnergy Economics (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations8Readers
  5. The roles of climate and human land-use in the late Holocene rainforestcrisis of Central AfricaThere is increasing evidence that abrupt vegetation shifts and large-scale erosive phases occurred in Central Africa during the third millennium before present. Debate exists as to whether these events were caused by climate change …Germain Bayon, Enno Schefuß, Lydie Dupont, Alberto V. Borges, Bernard Dennielou, Thibault Lambert, Gesine Mollenhauer, Laurence Monin, Emmanuel Ponzevera, Charlotte Skonieczny, Luc AndréEarth and Planetary Science Letters (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations9Readers
  6. Paleoenvironmental change in a precession-paced succession across the onset of the Messinian salinity crisis: Insight from element geochemistry and molecular fossilsIn marginal Mediterranean sub-basins, the early phase of the Messinian salinity crisis(MSC) is recorded by cyclic successions of gypsum and shales, which in deeper parts of the sub-basins make lateral transition into …Marcello Natalicchio, Francesco Dela Pierre, Daniel Birgel, Hans Brumsack, Giorgio Carnevale, Rocco Gennari, Susanne Gier, Francesca Lozar, Luca Pellegrino, Mathia Sabino, Bernhard Schnetger, Jörn PeckmannPalaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations11Readers
  7. Degrowth, energy descent, and ‘low-tech’ living: Potential pathways for increased resilience in times of crisis… types of ‘simple living’ practices could help increase household resilience in conditions of economic disruption, instability, or crisis. The analysis is framed by an ‘energy descent’ scenario, in which an individual, household or community either …Samuel Alexander, Paul YacoumisJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations52Readers
  8. A novel energy consumption model for milling process considering tool wear progressionEnergy crisis, climate change, and stringent legislations are imposing great pressure on enterprises, especially manufacturing sectors, to improve their energy efficiency. To achieve higher energy efficiency in manufacturing, reliable energy consumption modelling is the prerequisite …K. N. Shi, D. H. Zhang, N. Liu, S. B. Wang, J. X. Ren, S. L. WangJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations19Readers
  9. Proposing a socio-psychological model for adopting green building technologies: A case study from IranEnergy crisis, environmental degradation, urbanization, industrialization, and climate change pose serious challenges to sustainable development. The expansion of green buildings (GBs) is regarded both as an effective method for energy consumption and an important strategy …Melika Rajaee, Seyed Mahmoud Hoseini, Iraj MalekmohammadiSustainable Cities and Society (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations10Readers
  10. Marine protected areas in the 21st century: Current situation and trendsIn recent years, the environmental crisis affecting the planet has caused the deterioration of the oceans and a great loss of biodiversity. In response to these changes, the quantity and extension of coastal and marine …María Maestro, Ma Luisa Pérez-Cayeiro, Juan Adolfo Chica-Ruiz, Harry ReyesOcean and Coastal Management (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations24Readers
  11. Simultaneous generation of oxygen vacancies on ultrathin BiOBr nanosheets during visible-light-driven CO2 photoreduction evoked superior activity and long-term stabilityUnder the tremendous pressure of imminent energy crisis and anthropogenic climate change, photocatalytic conversion of abandoned CO2 into energy-rich hydrocarbon fuels is highly desirable. However, this solar-to-fuel conversion is unavoidably suppressed by …Xin Ying Kong, Boon Junn Ng, Kok Hong Tan, Xiaofang Chen, Huanting Wang, Abdul Rahman Mohamed, Siang Piao ChaiCatalysis Today (2018)Sign In To View PDF7Citations9Readers
  12. Groundwater depletion and contamination: Spatial distribution of groundwater resources sustainability in ChinaChina is facing a groundwater depletion and deterioration crisis, culminating from long-term over-exploitation and groundwater contamination. Aggravating factors include population growth, unprecedented urbanization and climate change. Sustainable groundwater management is called for, however …Xiyue Jia, David O'Connor, Deyi Hou, Yuanliang Jin, Guanghe Li, Chunmiao Zheng, Yong Sik Ok, Daniel C.W. Tsang, Jian LuoScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations13Readers
  13. Performance assessment of a special Double Skin Façade system for wind energy harvesting and a case studyThe increasing global concern about climate change and energy crisis has necessitated the development of techniques to reach and exploit renewable energy in unexplored regions. As such, decentralized small-scale wind energy harvesting in urban …Sina Hassanli, Kenny C.S. Kwok, Ming ZhaoJournal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations16Readers
  14. Water reuse, food production and public health: Adopting transdisciplinary, systems-based approaches to achieve water and food security in a changing climateClimate change and population growth are contributing to a growing global freshwater crisis that is exacerbating agricultural water scarcity and compromising food security and public health. In light of these challenges, the increased reliance on …Amy R. SapkotaEnvironmental Research (2019)Sign In To View PDF2Citations10Readers
  15. Climate change and emerging infectious diseases: Evolutionary complexity in actionMore than a century of coevolutionary thought failed to anticipate the current crisis of emerging infectious diseases. This produced the Parasite Paradox: parasites are resource specialists with restricted host ranges, and yet shifts onto relatively …Daniel R. Brooks, Walter A. BoegerCurrent Opinion in Systems Biology (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations10Readers
  16. Building clean energy support with young millennials in the United StatesYoung millennials will play an important role in addressing the intergenerational climate change crisis related to energy production. Drawing from the Theory of Planned Behavior and community resilience literatures, we analyzed how awareness of local …Christopher A. Craig, Elizabeth L. Petrun SayersElectricity Journal (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations6Readers
  17. Recent progress in photocatalytic conversion of carbon dioxide over gallium oxide and its nanocompositesPhotocatalytic conversion of CO 2 is a promising method to solve problems of both energy crisis and global climate change. The efficient transfer of solar energy into high-value chemical energy is the ultimate goal …Zeai Huang, Kentaro Teramura, Hiroyuki Asakura, Saburo Hosokawa, Tsunehiro TanakaCurrent Opinion in Chemical Engineering (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations7Readers
  18. Hybrid life-cycle assessment for energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of a typical biomass gasification power plant in ChinaAmong biomass energy technologies which are treated as the promising way to mitigate critical energy crisis and global climate change, biomass gasification plays a key role given to its gaseous fuels especially syngas for distributed …Qing Yang, Hewen Zhou, Xiaoyan Zhang, Chris P. Nielsen, Jiashuo Li, Xi Lu, Haiping Yanga, Hanping ChenJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations24Readers
  19. Effective steering of charge flow through synergistic inducing oxygen vacancy defects and p-n heterojunctions in 2D/2D surface-engineered Bi 2 WO 6 /BiOI cascade: Towards superior photocatalytic CO 2 reduction activitySemiconductor-based photocatalytic CO 2 conversion is a promising and sustainable avenue in response to the anthropogenic climate change and imminent energy crisis, which however is unavoidably impeded by the limited photo-absorption, undesirable recombination …Xin Ying Kong, Wai Qin Lee, Abdul Rahman Mohamed, Siang Piao ChaiChemical Engineering Journal (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations0Readers
  20. Influence of technical failures on the performance of an optimized community-size solar heating system in Nordic conditionsThere is a substantial need to accelerate the advancement and implementation of clean energy technologies in order to solve the challenges of the energy crisis and climate change. Solar heating technology is a feasible solution …Hassam ur Rehman, Janne Hirvonen, Kai SirénJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations20Readers
  21. Severe salinity contamination in drinking water and associated human health hazards increase migration risk in the southwestern coastal part of BangladeshBangladesh is a deltaic country and is highly vulnerable to climate change and sea level rise. This study explores population migration risk in relation to communal crisisdue to socioeconomic vulnerability, drinking water scarcity, and …M. A. Rakib, Jun Sasaki, Hirotaka Matsuda, Mayumi FukunagaJournal of Environmental Management (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  22. Analysis of environmental communication and its implication for sustainable development in EthiopiaBackground: Environmental issues have been causing debates around the globe. These issues have also got much attention in Ethiopia. Ethiopia has been adversely affected by the environmental crisis. Developing countries and the poor were depicted …Mekonnen Hailemariam ZikargaeScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations9Readers
  23. Thermo-sonic assisted enzymatic pre-treatment of sludge biomass as potential feedstock for oleaginous yeast cultivation to produce biodieselSolubilization of activated sludge is a crucial process before its use as an appropriate renewable feedstock for biofuel generation which could be a legitimate alternative arrangement for contemporary concerns on fuel crisis, climate change and …P. Selvakumar, A. Arunagiri, P. SivashanmugamRenewable Energy (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations0Readers
  24. Effects of different agricultural organic wastes on soil GHG emissions: During a 4-year field measurement in the North China Plain… soil plays an essential role in coping with the environmental pollution from agricultural wastes, solving the energy crisis and responding global climate change. But there is little information available on the effects of different agricultural …Zhejin Li, Dong Wang, Peng Sui, Pan Long, Lingling Yan, Xiaolong Wang, Peng Yan, Yawen Shen, Hongcui Dai, Xiaolei Yang, Jixiao Cui, Yuanquan ChenWaste Management (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations14Readers
  25. Open governance systems: Doing more with more… ICT) to respond innovatively and effectively to some of the acute societal challenges arising from the financial crisis as well as other deeper rooted global problems. These include inequality, poverty, corruption and migration, as well …Jeremy MillardGovernment Information Quarterly (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations147Readers
  26. Popularity-driven science journalism and climate change: A critical discourse analysis of the unsaid… of climate change, commercial science journalism has received less attention with respect to how it frames the crisis. Assuming that the construction of newsworthiness in popular science journalism requires eliminating, or at least obscuring, some …Katarzyna Molek-KozakowskaDiscourse, Context and Media (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations18Readers
  27. Garbage can theory and Australia's National Electricity Market: Decarbonisation in a hostile policy environment… the SA regional grid collapsed. Nothing spectacular occurred with final demand – this was a supply-side energy crisis driven by the exit of 18% of Australia's coal-fired generation fleet and the inadequate entry …Paul SimshauserEnergy Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations24Readers
  28. Forest plantations and climate change discourses: New powers of ‘green’ grabbing in Cambodia… land users dispossessed from land and forest resources. While the project adds to an ongoing land grab crisis in Cambodia, we argue that the explicit environmental ends of the forestry concession enabled a ‘green grab …Arnim Scheidel, Courtney WorkLand Use Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF8Citations36Readers
  29. Business opportunities and challenges as the two sides of the climate change: Corporate responses and potential implications for big data management towards a low carbon society… In this context, this article aimed to identify and analyze the challenges and opportunities that the climate crisis presents for organizations and to understand how organizations respond to this scenario, while examining the implications of …Bruno Michel Roman Pais Seles, Ana Beatriz Lopes de Sousa Jabbour, Charbel José Chiappetta Jabbour, Paula de Camargo Fiorini, Yusliza Mohd-Yusoff, Antônio Márcio Tavares ThoméJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF8Citations40Readers
  30. Perceptions of cascading risk and interconnected failures in emergency planning: Implications for operational resilience and policy making… the stakeholders of the London Resilience Partnerships. Specific items investigate the relation of cascades with cross- border crisis management, and climate change. The results propose new quantitative and qualitative evidence that highlights the divergence between …Gianluca PescaroliInternational Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations29Readers
  31. Analysis of drivers and policy implications of carbon dioxide emissions of industrial energy consumption in an underdeveloped city: The case of Nanchang, China… 1.40%, respectively. Moreover, the CE from “fuel combustion” exhibited a clear fluctuation due to the economic crisis, but the CE of “electricity and heat” exhibited only a slight variation because the consumption of the …Junsong Jia, Zhihai Gong, Dongming Xie, Jiehong Chen, Chundi ChenJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF6Citations20Readers
  32. Impacts of climate change and irrigation on lakes in arid northwest China… was significantly related to the increasing intensity of irrigation. These results not only suggest an ongoing water crisis in Northwest China but also reflect the lake dynamics in arid Central Asia where climate changes and …Leqi Fang, Shengli Tao, Jiangling Zhu, Yu LiuJournal of Arid Environments (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations12Readers
  33. A review of the causes, impacts and solutions for electricity supply crises in Brazil… generated due to delays in the construction of new power plants. Other causes of the Brazilian energy crisis of 2015 are presented and the overall electricity generation impact of these causes are compared. In addition …Julian David Hunt., Daniel Stilpen, Marcos Aurélio Vasconcelos de FreitasRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations55Readers
  34. An investigation of coastal vulnerability and internal consistency of local perceptions under climate change risk in the southwest part of Bangladesh… changing the overall status of regional hazards. Thus, the situation exhibits coastal hazards, social vulnerability, and social crisis. Local people use their traditional knowledge to cope with various levels of crisis under vulnerable conditions, but …M. A. Rakib, Jun Sasaki, Sosimohan Pal, Md Asif Newaz, Md Bodrud-Doza, Mohammad A.H. BhuiyanJournal of Environmental Management (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations24Readers
  35. Carbon footprint trends of metropolitan residents in Finland: How strong mitigation policies affect different urban zones… them. However, this is only true when income is controlled, not when expenditure is controlled. The economic crisis in 2008, and changes in consumption behaviour because of it, seem to explain the result. The reduction …Juudit Ottelin, Jukka Heinonen, Seppo JunnilaJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF13Citations34Readers
  36. Global city Sydney… as public transit or housing. Given the governments’ embrace of neoliberalism, the global city vision advanced by leaders is threatened. There is little concrete policy offered by any level of government to address the crisis.Ronald K. Vogel, Roberta Ryan, Alex Lawrie, Bligh Grant, Xianming Meng, Peter Walsh, Alan Morris, Chris RiedyProgress in Planning (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations12Readers
  37. Animal responses to natural disturbance and climate extremes: a review… study opportunities for researchers and novel, unpredictable challenges for managers, while demanding tougher choices and more proactive crisis-preparation for conservationists, as well as mentality changes for all. Under all conditions, disturbances may soon become …Fabrizio Sergio, Julio Blas, Fernando HiraldoGlobal and Planetary Change (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations52Readers
  38. Evidence for magma–evaporite interactions during the emplacement of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP) in Brazil… emplacement of CAMP. This strengthens the case for active involvement of this LIP in the end-Triassic crisis, and suggests that the sub-volcanic part of a LIP can be of major importance in driving …Thea H. Heimdal, Sara Callegaro, Henrik H. Svensen, Morgan T. Jones, Egberto Pereira, Sverre PlankeEarth and Planetary Science Letters (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations15Readers
  39. Linking resource supplies and price drivers: Lessons from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) price volatility and change, 2002–2017… were also influential. These included both national and global economic factors (the influence of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC)), national policy changes that in turn influenced businessmen giving expensive gifts (that included O. sinensis)), climate …A. B. Cunningham, Xingchao LongJournal of Ethnopharmacology (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations7Readers
  40. The techno-finance fix: A critical analysis of international and regional environmental policy documents and their implications for planningThis article is concerned with the interaction of international, regional and national policy on climate change and sustainability, and the implications of these policy dimensions for planning. With the scientific consensus pointing to unequivocal human …Trish MorganProgress in Planning (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations89Readers
  41. Cascading vulnerability scenarios in the management of groundwater depletion and salinization in semi-arid areasMeteorological droughts can have unexpected cascading consequences on social, economic, and environmental systems, which depend on the starting conditions of affected systems, and on natural and human drivers. In coastal areas, droughts propagate their effects …A. Parisi, V. Monno, M. D. FidelibusInternational Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations20Readers
  42. Life cycle assessment and eco-innovations: What kind of convergence is possible?Generation of goods and services are highly dependent on the use of natural resources. Until very recently, there was an implicit belief that the physical expansion of the economic system could be unlimited, as if …Wladmir Henriques Motta, Liz Rejane Issberner, Patricia PradoJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations42Readers
  43. ‘All sunshine makes a desert’. Building interdisciplinary understanding of survival strategies of ancient communities in the arid Zerqa Triangle, Jordan ValleyArchaeological studies typically describe arid areas as extremely unpleasant areas for human occupation and use. Without suggesting that arid areas are pleasant places, however, this paper provides a reassessment of the meaning of aridity for …Eva Kaptijn, Maurits W. ErtsenJournal of Arid Environments (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations0Readers
  44. Irrigation water management in Iran: Implications for water use efficiency improvementWater is the most essential resource for the production of agricultural goods and services. However, high levels of water stress and increased frequency and intensity of droughts, which are mainly driven by climate change dynamics …Bijan Nazari, Abdolmajid Liaghat, Mohammad Reza Akbari, Marzieh KeshavarzAgricultural Water Management (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations36Readers
  45. Understanding and mitigating cascading crises in the global interconnected systemCascading crises and disasters in the global interconnected system are emerging topics in today's disaster risk reduction research. The primary objective is improving the capability of our societies to cope with such events and …Gianluca Pescaroli, Michael Nones, Luca Galbusera, David AlexanderInternational Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations24Readers
  46. Fingerprinting sediment sources in the water-wind erosion crisscross region on the Chinese Loess PlateauSand sheet sources in the wind-water erosion crisscross region of the Chinese Loess Plateau have not been specifically identified. Spatially, we selected a transect that cuts across the eastern edge of the Mu Us …Jiaqiong Zhang, Mingyi Yang, Fengbao Zhang, Yuanyuan LiGeoderma (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations3Readers
  47. Towards a resilience management guideline — Cities as a starting point for societal resilienceUnexpected crises and risks affect the urban population. Critical infrastructure dependency, climate change and social dynamics have captured the attention of city decision makers across different disciplines, sectors, and scales. Addressing these challenges mandates an …Patricia Marana, Colin Eden, Henrik Eriksson, Clara Grimes, Josune Hernantes, Susan Howick, Leire Labaka, Vasileios Latinos, Rene Lindner, Tim A. Majchrzak, Igor Pyrko, Jaziar Radianti, Amy Rankin, Mihoko Sakurai, Jose M. Sarriegi, Nicolas SerranoSustainable Cities and Society (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations7Readers
  48. A newly emerged focus of zoonotic cutaneous leishmaniasis in South-western IranLeishmaniasis is rising in many countries, including Iran, due to climate change, refugee crises, urbanization and etc. The aim of this study was to explore the epidemiology, extent and identity of Leishmania species in a …A. Askari, I. Sharifi, M. R. Aflatoonian, Z. Babaei, P. Ghasemi Nejad Almani, M. A. Mohammadi, H. Alizadeh, S. Hemati, M. BamorovatMicrobial Pathogenesis (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations8Readers
  49. Recurrent inception convolution neural network for multi short-term load forecastingSmart grid and microgrid technology based on energy storage systems (ESS) and renewable energy are attracting significant attention in addressing the challenges associated with climate change and energy crises. In particular, building an accurate short …Junhong Kim, Jihoon Moon, Eenjun Hwang, Pilsung KangEnergy and Buildings (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations6Readers
  50. Pharmaceuticals, herbicides, and disinfectants in agricultural water sourcesAgricultural water withdrawals account for the largest proportion of global freshwater use. Increasing municipal water demands and droughts are straining agricultural water supplies. Therefore, alternative solutions to agricultural water crises are urgently needed, including the …Suraj Panthi, Amy R. Sapkota, Greg Raspanti, Sarah M. Allard, Anthony Bui, Hillary A. Craddock, Rianna Murray, Libin Zhu, Cheryl East, Eric Handy, Mary Theresa Callahan, Joseph Haymaker, Prachi Kulkarni, Brienna Anderson, Shani Craighead, Samantha Gartley, Adam Vanore, Walter Q. Betancourt, Rico Duncan, Derek Foust, Manan Sharma, Shirley A. Micallef, Charles Gerba, Salina Parveen, Fawzy Hashem, Eric May, Kalmia Kniel, Mihai Pop, Sadhana Ravishankar, Amir SapkotaEnvironmental Research (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations6Readers
  51. Beyond the resource curse and pipeline conspiracies: Energy as a social relation in the Middle East… Social structures despite being energy rich, are seen as incapable to react to old and new geopolitical crises and the effects of global climate change, adding to a picture of chronic underdevelopment and conflict. This …Clemens HoffmannEnergy Research and Social Science (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations17Readers
  52. Systemically modeling the relationship between climate change and wheat aphid abundance… in improving wheat aphid forecasting and the effectiveness of prevention and treatment, but also help mitigate food crises. Fuzzy cognitive maps (FCM) are an effective tool for portraying complex systems. Using Sitobion avenae and climatological …Kai Zhang, Qiong Pan, Deying Yu, Liming Wang, Zhenzhen Liu, Xue Li, Xiyang LiuScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations2Readers
  53. From transdisciplinary projects to platforms: expanding capacity and impact of land systems knowledge and decision making… durable, long-term land system science platforms to address diverse types of complex, wicked problems, from immediate crises and emergencies over days and weeks; to sudden events over months and years; to extensive, pervasive, and …Jonathan Morgan Grove, Steward TA PickettCurrent Opinion in Environmental Sustainability (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations3Readers
  54. ‘Back to the future’? Urban backyards and food self-sufficiency… been a switch back to backyard food production. In recent decades, even in the absence of major crises, there has been an increase in interest in growing ‘healthy foods’, and thus greater household food production …Shelley BurginLand Use Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations18Readers
  55. Climate change and conflict: Global insecurity and the road less traveled… to avert conflict, incorporates climate change mitigation and adaptation into a development framework, and exacerbates the environmental crises of over-development. On a positive note, the obvious failure of these policies gives rise to social …Courtney WorkGeoforum (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  56. The new politics and geographies of scarcity… movements in the 1970s, discussions concerning the causes and consequences of the overlapping food, fuel and finance crises of the 2000s to debates concerning climate change, environmental security and militarisation in the Anthropocene, the discursive …Lyla Mehta, Amber Huff, Jeremy AlloucheGeoforum (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations16Readers
  57. A systems-based assessment of Palestine's current and future infrastructure requirements… future need for urgent infrastructure investment in Palestine. The most immediate need is to alleviate the water crises in Gaza Strip, which will require at least twice as much water infrastructure investment over the coming …M. C. Ives, A. J. Hickford, D. Adshead, S. Thacker, J. W. Hall, R. J. Nicholls, T. Sway, M. Abu Ayyash, R. Jones, N. O'ReganJournal of Environmental Management (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations12Readers
  58. Environmental impacts of vegetables consumption in the UK… are caused by potatoes since they account for 56% of the total amount of vegetables consumed, with crisps and frozen chips contributing most to the total impacts. Importing vegetables grown in unheated greenhouses in Europe …Angelina Frankowska, Harish Kumar Jeswani, Adisa AzapagicScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations1Readers
  59. Farm ponds in southern China: Challenges and solutions for conserving a neglected wetland ecosystem… cost analyses. Nature-based solutions are increasingly recognized as an important opportunity for coping with water-related crises. This paper presents the first synthetic perspective on the ecological roles of farm ponds in agriculturally dominated …Wenjun Chen, Bin He, Daniel Nover, Haiming Lu, Jian Liu, Wei Sun, Wen ChenScience of the Total Environment (2019)
  1. Footprints from the past: The influence of past human activities on vegetation and soil across five archaeological sites in GreenlandClimate change has irrevocable consequences for the otherwise well-preserved archaeological deposits in the Arctic. Vegetation changes are expected to impact archaeological sites, but currently the effects are poorly understood. In this article we investigate …Rasmus Fenger-Nielsen, Jørgen Hollesen, Henning Matthiesen, Emil Alexander Sherman Andersen, Andreas Westergaard-Nielsen, Hans Harmsen, Anders Michelsen, Bo ElberlingScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations12Readers
  2. Implications of energy storage and climate change for pollution control under the Clean Air ActIncreased renewable energy, climate change impacts, and energy storage will affect power system dynamics and thermal plant behavior and emissions. This research explores the effects of these factors on natural gas plant start cycles and …Karin Wadsack, Erik Nielsen, William Auberle, Thomas AckerElectricity Journal (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations2Readers
  3. Life cycle assessment comparing the treatment of surplus activated sludge in a sludge treatment reed bed system with mechanical treatment on centrifugeIn Denmark, the conventional method for treating sewage sludge is mechanical dewatering and subsequent storage. However, sludge treatment reed bed systems, which are holistic sludge treatment facilities combining the dewatering, mineralisation and storage of sludge …Julie D. Larsen, Marieke ten Hoeve, Steen Nielsen, Charlotte ScheutzJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations11Readers
  4. Quantifying the combined effects of land use and climate changes on stream flow and nutrient loads: A modelling approach in the Odense Fjord catchment (Denmark)Water pollution and water scarcity are among the main environmental challenges faced by the European Union, and multiple stressors compromise the integrity of water resources and ecosystems. Particularly in lowland areas of northern Europe, high …Eugenio Molina-Navarro, Hans E. Andersen, Anders Nielsen, Hans Thodsen, Dennis TrolleScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF10Citations58Readers
  5. Hybrid life-cycle assessment for energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of a typical biomass gasification power plant in ChinaAmong biomass energy technologies which are treated as the promising way to mitigate critical energy crisis and global climate change, biomass gasification plays a key role given to its gaseous fuels especially syngas for distributed …Qing Yang, Hewen Zhou, Xiaoyan Zhang, Chris P. Nielsen, Jiashuo Li, Xi Lu, Haiping Yanga, Hanping ChenJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations24Readers
  6. A framework for performing comparative LCA between repairing flooded houses and construction of dikes in non-stationary climate with changing risk of floodingSustainable flood management is a basic societal need. In this article, life cycle assessment is used to compare two ways to maintain the state of a coastal urban area in a changing climate with increasing …Thomas Hennequin, Hjalte Jomo Danielsen Sørup, Yan Dong, Karsten Arnbjerg-NielsenScience of the Total Environment (2018)
  1. Cost of Carbon Capture: Can Young People Bear the Burden?Near-universal recognition of the threat of human-caused global warming, tragically, has not been accompanied by comprehensive quantitative assessment of technological options for mitigating climate change. In this issue of Joule, David W. Keith …James Hansen, Pushker KharechaJoule (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations2Readers
  2. Modelling climate change effects on Atlantic salmon: Implications for mitigation in regulated riversClimate change is expected to alter future temperature and discharge regimes of rivers. These regimes have a strong influence on the life history of most aquatic river species, and are key variables controlling the growth …L. E. Sundt-Hansen, R. D. Hedger, O. Ugedal, O. H. Diserud, A. G. Finstad, J. F. Sauterleute, L. Tøfte, K. Alfredsen, T. ForsethScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations23Readers
  3. Impact of meteorological factors on hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome in 19 cities in China, 2005–2014This study aims to investigate the associations between meteorological factors and hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) in 19 cities selected from HFRS high risk areas across different climate zones in three Provinces of China …Jianjun Xiang, Alana Hansen, Qiyong Liu, Michael Xiaoliang Tong, Xiaobo Liu, Yehuan Sun, Scott Cameron, Scott Hanson-Easey, Gil Soo Han, Craig Williams, Philip Weinstein, Peng BiScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations12Readers
  4. Are workers at risk of occupational injuries due to heat exposure? A comprehensive literature reviewRationale: There is increasing concern about occupational illness, injury and productivity losses due to hot weather in a changing climate. Most of the current understanding appears to relate to heat-induced illness, and relatively little …Blesson M. Varghese, Alana Hansen, Peng Bi, Dino PisanielloSafety Science (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations34Readers
  5. China's capacity of hospitals to deal with infectious diseases in the context of climate changeObjectives: Infectious diseases are a major cause of morbidity and mortality in China. The capacity of hospitals to deal with the challenge from emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases due to climate change is of …Michael Xiaoliang Tong, Alana Hansen, Scott Hanson-Easey, Jianjun Xiang, Scott Cameron, Qiyong Liu, Xiaobo Liu, Yehuan Sun, Philip Weinstein, Gil Soo Han, Peng BiSocial Science and Medicine (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations27Readers
  6. Thermodynamics of hydrolysis of cellulose to glucose from 0 to 100 °C: Cellulosic biofuel applications and climate change implicationsHydrolysis of cellulose to glucose is a key reaction in renewable energy from biomass and in mineralization of soil organic matter to CO2. Conditional thermodynamic parameters, ΔhydG’ ΔhydH’ and ΔhydS’ and equilibrium glucose concentrations are …Marko Popovic, Brian F. Woodfield, Lee D. HansenJournal of Chemical Thermodynamics (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  7. Global trends in environmental management system and ISO14001 researchThe International Organisation for Standardization (ISO) 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) standard provides a guideline for an organisation to perform a continuous improvement to their environmental performance. In light of continued concerns over global environmental …Hengky K. Salim, Rory Padfield, Sune Balle Hansen, Shaza Eva Mohamad, Ali Yuzir, Khadijah Syayuti, Mun Hou Tham, Effie PapargyropoulouJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF12Citations129Readers
  8. Dynamic CO 2 and pH levels in coastal, estuarine, and inland waters: Theoretical and observed effects on harmful algal bloomsRising concentrations of atmospheric CO 2 results in higher equilibrium concentrations of dissolved CO 2 in natural waters, with corresponding increases in hydrogen ion and bicarbonate concentrations and decreases in hydroxyl ion and carbonate concentrations …John A. Raven, Christopher S. Gobler, Per Juel HansenHarmful Algae (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations7Readers
  9. The cumulative effects of forest disturbance and climate variability on streamflow components in a large forest-dominated watershedAssessing how forest disturbance and climate variability affect streamflow components is critical for watershed management, ecosystem protection, and engineering design. Previous studies have mainly evaluated the effects of forest disturbance on total streamflow, rarely with …Qiang Li, Xiaohua Wei, Mingfang Zhang, Wenfei Liu, Krysta Giles-Hansen, Yi WangJournal of Hydrology (2018)Sign In To View PDF7Citations28Readers
  10. Climate change impacts on agro-climatic indices derived from downscaled weather generator scenarios for eastern DenmarkThe agricultural sector supports the growing world population with food and successful crop production is highly dependent on the prevailing climatic conditions. A modelling analysis of projected future changes in agroclimatic conditions is presented for …Signe B. Rasmussen, Stephen Blenkinsop, Aidan Burton, Per Abrahamsen, Peter E. Holm, Søren HansenEuropean Journal of Agronomy (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations7Readers
  11. Advancing urban green infrastructure in Europe: Outcomes and reflections from the GREEN SURGE projectUrban green infrastructure (UGI)is a promising concept when developing multifunctional green space systems to address major challenges of urbanization such as increasing social cohesion, promoting the transition to a green economy, adaptation to climate …Stephan Pauleit, Bianca Ambrose-Oji, Erik Andersson, Barbara Anton, Arjen Buijs, Dagmar Haase, Birgit Elands, Rieke Hansen, Ingo Kowarik, Jakub Kronenberg, Thomas Mattijssen, Anton Stahl Olafsson, Emily Rall, Alexander P.N. van der Jagt, Cecil Konijnendijk van den BoschUrban Forestry and Urban Greening (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations60Readers
  12. Comprehensive analysis of GHG emission mitigation potentials from technology policy options in South Korea's transportation sector using a bottom-up energy system modelThe South Korean government released a greenhouse gas (GHG) emission mitigation target for 2030 under the 2015 Paris Agreement and developed a detailed implementation plan in 2016 to achieve the target. In this study, we …Sangjune Park, Hansung Kim, Byunghyup Kim, Dong Gu ChoiTransportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations18Readers
  13. Life cycle greenhouse gas benefits or burdens of residual biomass from landscape managementThe use of residual biomass for the production of bioenergy and biomaterials is often suggested as a strategy to avoid negative effects associated with dedicated biomass production. One potential source is biomass from landscape management …Swinda F. Pfau, Steef V. Hanssen, Menno W. Straatsma, K. Remon Koopman, Rob S.E.W. Leuven, Mark A.J. HuijbregtsJournal of Cleaner Production (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations9Readers
  14. Climate limits on European forest structure across space and timeThe structure of a forest dictates its function, vulnerability to mortality, and ecosystem services it provides. Many aspects of the environment and management determine forest structures, such as canopy height, stand density, carbon content, etc …Adam Moreno, Mathias Neumann, Hubert HasenauerGlobal and Planetary Change (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations19Readers
  15. Detection of the dispersion and residence of volcanic SO2 and sulfate aerosol from Nabro in 2011Continuous detection of dispersion and residence of volcanic plumes in troposphere and lower stratosphere is vitally important for improving the understanding on the role of volcano eruptions in climate change. We report a 3-month …Yang Liu, Petri K.E. Pellikka, Hansunbai Li, Xiuqi FangAtmospheric Environment (2019)
  1. Participatory agroecological research on climate change adaptation improves smallholder farmer household food security and dietary diversity in MalawiThis study examines whether agroecological farming practices, when employed by highly vulnerable households in sub-Saharan Africa, can improve food security and dietary diversity. The research involved a four-year study with 425 smallholder households …Rachel Bezner Kerr, Joseph Kangmennaang, Laifolo Dakishoni, Hanson Nyantakyi-Frimpong, Esther Lupafya, Lizzie Shumba, Rodgers Msachi, Godfred Odei Boateng, Sieglinde S. Snapp, Annita Chitaya, Esther Maona, Tinkani Gondwe, Paul Nkhonjera, Isaac LuginaahAgriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations12Readers
  2. Contaminants in Atlantic walruses in Svalbard part 1: Relationships between exposure, diet and pathogen prevalenceSophie E. Scotter, Morten Tryland, Ingebjørg H. Nymo, Linda Hanssen, Mikael Harju, Christian Lydersen, Kit M. Kovacs, Jörn Klein, Aaron T. Fisk, Heli RouttiEnvironmental Pollution (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations1Readers
  3. Diversification of shrub frogs (Rhacophoridae, Pseudophilautus) in Sri Lanka – Timing and geographic contextPseudophilautus comprises an endemic diversification predominantly associated with the wet tropical regions of Sri Lanka that provides an opportunity to examine the effects of geography and historical climate change on diversification. Using a time-calibrated …Madhava Meegaskumbura, Gayani Senevirathne, Kelum Manamendra-Arachchi, Rohan Pethiyagoda, James Hanken, Christopher J. SchneiderMolecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations16Readers
  4. Repeated megafloods from glacial Lake Vitim, Siberia, to the Arctic Ocean over the past 60,000 yearsCataclysmic outburst floods transformed landscapes and caused abrupt climate change during the last deglaciation. Whether such events have also characterized previous deglaciations is not known. Arctic marine cores hint at megafloods prior to Oxygen Isotope …Martin Margold, John D. Jansen, Alexandru T. Codilean, Frank Preusser, Artem L. Gurinov, Toshiyuki Fujioka, David FinkQuaternary Science Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations25Readers
  5. Anthropogenic nitrogen deposition alters growth responses of European beech (Fagus sylvativa L.) to climate changeGlobal change affects the functioning of forest ecosystems and the services they provide, but little is known about the interactive effects of co-occurring global change drivers on important functions such as tree growth and …Carsten Hess, Thomas Niemeyer, Andreas Fichtner, Kirstin Jansen, Matthias Kunz, Moritz Maneke, Henrik von Wehrden, Markus Quante, David Walmsley, Goddert von Oheimb, Werner HärdtleEnvironmental Pollution (2018)
  1. Seroprevalence for Brucella spp. in Baltic ringed seals (Phoca hispida) and East Greenland harp (Pagophilus groenlandicus) and hooded (Cystophora cristata) sealsZoonotic infections transmitted from marine mammals to humans in the Baltic and European Arctic are of unknown significance, despite given considerable potential for transmission due to local hunt. Here we present results of an initial …Christian Sonne, Emilie Andersen-Ranberg, Elisabeth L. Rajala, Jørgen S. Agerholm, Eva Bonefeld-Jørgensen, Jean Pierre Desforges, Igor Eulaers, Bjørn M. Jenssen, Anders Koch, Aqqalu Rosing-Asvid, Ursula Siebert, Morten Tryland, Gert Mulvad, Tero Härkönen, Mario Acquarone, Erling S. Nordøy, Rune Dietz, Ulf MagnussonVeterinary Immunology and Immunopathology (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations24Readers
  2. Novel sedimentological fingerprints link shifting depositional processes to Holocene climate transitions in East GreenlandThe Arctic warms faster than any other region of our planet. Besides melting glaciers, thawing permafrost and decreasing sea-ice, this amplified response affects earth surface processes. This geomorphological expression of climate change may alter …Willem G.M. van der Bilt, Brice Rea, Matteo Spagnolo, Desiree L. Roerdink, Steffen L. Jørgensen, Jostein BakkeGlobal and Planetary Change (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations19Readers
  3. How can forage production in Nordic and Mediterranean Europe adapt to the challenges and opportunities arising from climate change?Climate change and its effects on grassland productivity vary across Europe. The Mediterranean and Nordic regions represent the opposite ends of a gradient of changes in temperature and precipitation patterns, with increasingly warmer and wetter …Ergon, G. Seddaiu, P. Korhonen, P. Virkajärvi, G. Bellocchi, M. Jørgensen, L. Østrem, D. Reheul, F. VolaireEuropean Journal of Agronomy (2018)Sign In To View PDF7Citations41Readers
  4. The nexus between social inequality and CO2emissions revisited: Challenging its empirical validity… income inequality to higher CO2emissions lately found by Knight et al. (2017) on country-level and by Jorgenson et al. (2017) on U.S. state-level. The positive inequality effects spotted in these two studies …Sebastian MaderEnvironmental Science and Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations9Readers
  5. Fungal plant pathogens on inoculated maize leaves in a simulated soil warming experimentClimate change will affect the survival of plant pathogens and the decomposition of crop residues on temperate arable soils. Information on the survival of fungal plant pathogens is important for assessing the subsequent infection risk …Stefan Lukas, Sayed Jaffar Abbas, Philip Kössler, Petr Karlovsky, Martin Potthoff, Rainer Georg JoergensenApplied Soil Ecology (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations7Readers
  6. Winter soil freeze-thaw cycles lead to reductions in soil microbial biomass and activity not compensated for by soil warmingAir temperatures are rising and the winter snowpack is getting thinner in many high-latitude and high-elevation ecosystems around the globe. Past studies show that soil warming accelerates microbial metabolism and stimulates soil carbon …Patrick O. Sorensen, Adrien C. Finzi, Marc André Giasson, Andrew B. Reinmann, Rebecca Sanders-DeMott, Pamela H. TemplerSoil Biology and Biochemistry (2018)Sign In To View PDF8Citations58Readers
  7. 25 years of elevation changes of the Greenland Ice Sheet from ERS, Envisat, and CryoSat-2 radar altimetryThe shape of the large ice sheets responds rapidly to climate change, making the elevation changes of these ice-covered regions an essential climate variable. Consistent, long time series of these elevation changes are of …Louise Sandberg Sørensen, Sebastian B. Simonsen, René Forsberg, Kirill Khvorostovsky, Rakia Meister, Marcus E. EngdahlEarth and Planetary Science Letters (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations25Readers
  8. Assessment of barriers and drivers for implementation of blue-green solutions in Swedish municipalitiesDue to increased urbanisation, and climate change, there have been calls for a more sustainable management of stormwater. Blue-green measures have been recognised as a sustainable solution and a necessary complement to pipe-bound …M. Wihlborg, J. Sörensen, J. Alkan OlssonJournal of Environmental Management (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations16Readers
  9. Impacts and adaptation options for estuarine vegetation in a large cityClimate change adaptation options for natural systems are particularly challenging in high density urban settings. We model the vulnerability of estuarine vegetation (mangroves, saltmarshes and Casuarina forest) to sea-level rise in Australia's most …Kerrylee Rogers, Laura A. Mogensen, Peter Davies, Jeffrey Kelleway, Neil Saintilan, Geoff WithycombeLandscape and Urban Planning (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations16Readers
  10. Marginal abatement cost curves for agricultural climate policy: State-of-the art, lessons learnt and future potentialCombatting climate change has risen to the top of the international policy discourse. Effective governance necessitates the generation of concise information on the costs-effectiveness of policy instruments aimed at reducing atmospheric greenhouse gas (GHG …Vera Eory, Sylvain Pellerin, Gema Carmona Garcia, Heikki Lehtonen, Ieva Licite, Hanna Mattila, Thøger Lund-Sørensen, John Muldowney, Dina Popluga, Lisbeth Strandmark, Rogier SchulteJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations53Readers
  11. Drivers of changing urban flood risk: A framework for actionThis study focuses on drivers for changing urban flood risk. We suggest a framework for guiding climate change adaptation action concerning flood risk and manageability in cities. The identified key drivers of changing flood hazard …R. Berndtsson, P. Becker, A. Persson, H. Aspegren, S. Haghighatafshar, K. Jönsson, R. Larsson, S. Mobini, M. Mottaghi, J. Nilsson, J. Nordström, P. Pilesjö, M. Scholz, C. Sternudd, J. Sörensen, K. TussupovaJournal of Environmental Management (2019)
  1. Increased chemical stability but decreased physical protection of soil organic carbon in response to nutrient amendment in a Tibetan alpine meadow… nutrient amendment decreased the aliphaticity but enhanced aromaticity of SOC. Structural equation models indicated that P availability (Olsen-P content) was most related to shifts in microbial community composition and decreased enzyme activities. Moreover, the …Dingyu Shen, Chenglong Ye, Zhengkun Hu, Xiaoyun Chen, Hui Guo, Junyong Li, Guozhen Du, Sina Adl, Manqiang LiuSoil Biology and Biochemistry (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations20Readers
  2. Improving environmental performance of post-harvest supply chains of fruits and vegetables in Europe: Potential contribution from ultrasonic humidificationPost-harvest losses of fruits and vegetables during refrigerated storage, transportation and retail are an important contributor to total environmental impacts of food supply chains in Europe. Ultrasonic humidification can reduce these post-harvest losses …Serena Fabbri, Stig Irving Olsen, Mikołaj OwsianiakJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations45Readers
  3. The dioecious Populus tremula displays interactive effects of temperature and ultraviolet-B along a natural gradientObserved and projected warming has provoked research interest on tree phenology in relation to climate. While both ultraviolet-B (UV-B) radiation and warming has been shown to affect growth and development in plants, the …Christian B. Strømme, Riitta Julkunen-Tiitto, Jorunn E. Olsen, Line NybakkenEnvironmental and Experimental Botany (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations16Readers
  4. Life cycle assessment of nanoadsorbents at early stage technological developmentIncreasing pressure to the environment due to human activities manifests the necessity of applying new approaches to determine the environmental impact of a new product before scale-up. Nanoadsorbents as an emerging product and a …Ali Kazemi, Nader Bahramifar, Akbar Heydari, Stig Irving OlsenJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations21Readers
  5. Loss of the Martian atmosphere to space: Present-day loss rates determined from MAVEN observations and integrated loss through timeObservations of the Mars upper atmosphere made from the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft have been used to determine the loss rates of gas from the upper atmosphere to space for a complete …B. M. Jakosky, D. Brain, M. Chaffin, S. Curry, J. Deighan, J. Grebowsky, J. Halekas, F. Leblanc, R. Lillis, J. G. Luhmann, L. Andersson, N. Andre, D. Andrews, D. Baird, D. Baker, J. Bell, M. Benna, D. Bhattacharyya, S. Bougher, C. Bowers, P. Chamberlin, J. Y. Chaufray, J. Clarke, G. Collinson, M. Combi, J. Connerney, K. Connour, J. Correira, K. Crabb, F. Crary, T. Cravens, M. Crismani, G. Delory, R. Dewey, G. DiBraccio, C. Dong, Y. Dong, P. Dunn, H. Egan, M. Elrod, S. England, F. Eparvier, R. Ergun, A. Eriksson, T. Esman, J. Espley, S. Evans, K. Fallows, X. Fang, M. Fillingim, C. Flynn, A. Fogle, C. Fowler, J. Fox, M. Fujimoto, P. Garnier, Z. Girazian, H. Groeller, J. Gruesbeck, O. Hamil, K. G. Hanley, T. Hara, Y. Harada, J. Hermann, M. Holmberg, G. Holsclaw, S. Houston, S. Inui, S. Jain, R. Jolitz, A. Kotova, T. Kuroda, D. Larson, Y. Lee, C. Lee, F. Lefevre, C. Lentz, D. Lo, R. Lugo, Y. J. Ma, P. Mahaffy, M. L. Marquette, Y. Matsumoto, M. Mayyasi, C. Mazelle, W. McClintock, J. McFadden, A. Medvedev, M. Mendillo, K. Meziane, Z. Milby, D. Mitchell, R. Modolo, F. Montmessin, A. Nagy, H. Nakagawa, C. Narvaez, K. Olsen, D. Pawlowski, W. Peterson, A. Rahmati, K. Roeten, N. Romanelli, S. Ruhunusiri, C. Russell, S. Sakai, N. Schneider, K. Seki, R. Sharrar, S. Shaver, D. E. Siskind, M. Slipski, Y. Soobiah, M. Steckiewicz, M. H. Stevens, I. Stewart, A. Stiepen, S. Stone, V. Tenishev, N. Terada, K. Terada, E. Thiemann, R. Tolson, G. Toth, J. Trovato, M. Vogt, T. Weber, P. Withers, S. Xu, R. Yelle, E. Yiğit, R. ZurekIcarus (2018)Sign In To View PDF11Citations19Readers
  6. Delineating policy mixes: Contrasting top-down and bottom-up approaches to the case of energy-storage policy in CaliforniaIn the light of pressing societal challenges such as climate change and resource scarcity, scholars are increasingly interested in studying policy mixes in the context of sustainability transitions. However, despite numerous conceptual advances and empirical …Jan Ossenbrink, Sveinbjoern Finnsson, Catharina R. Bening, Volker H. HoffmannResearch Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations53Readers
  7. “Why are we being punished and they are being rewarded?” views on renewable energy in fossil fuels-based communities of the U.S. westRenewable energy has emerged as one of the predominant means for addressing global climate change, as well as a remedy for energy workers and communities displaced by declining fossil fuels industries. However, little is known …Shawn K. Olson-HazbounExtractive Industries and Society (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations22Readers
  8. Urban heat and air pollution: A framework for integrating population vulnerability and indoor exposure in health risk analysesUrban growth and climate change will exacerbate extreme heat events and air pollution, posing considerable health challenges to urban populations. Although epidemiological studies have shown associations between health outcomes and exposures to ambient air pollution …Cassandra R. O'Lenick, Olga V. Wilhelmi, Ryan Michael, Mary H. Hayden, Amir Baniassadi, Christine Wiedinmyer, Andrew J. Monaghan, Peter J. Crank, David J. SailorScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations37Readers
  9. The influence of extractive activities on public support for renewable energy policyNotable spatial variation in public opinion on climate change and energy policy has been demonstrated at various geographic scales (Howe et al., 2015). Understanding the source of this variation is useful for policymakers, energy developers …Shawn K. Olson-Hazboun, Peter D. Howe, Anthony LeiserowitzEnergy Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations23Readers
  10. Nutrient availability affects carbon turnover and microbial physiology differently in topsoil and subsoil under a temperate grasslandIncreasing subsoil organic carbon (C) inputs could potentially mitigate climate change by sequestering atmospheric CO2. Yet, microbial turnover and stabilization of labile C in subsoils are regulated by complex mechanisms including the availability of nitrogen …Zhi Liang, Jørgen Eivind Olesen, Johannes Lund Jensen, Lars ElsgaardGeoderma (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations21Readers
  11. Functional and geographic components of risk for climate sensitive vertebrates in the Pacific Northwest, USARarity and life history traits inform multiple dimensions of intrinsic risk to climate and environmental change and can help systematically identify at-risk species. We quantified relative geographic rarity (area of occupancy), climate niche breadth …Meryl C. Mims, Deanna H. Olson, David S. Pilliod, Jason B. DunhamBiological Conservation (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations22Readers
  12. Projections of future soil temperature in northeast IranSoil temperature (Ts) is an important meteorological variable that noticeably impacts ecology, agriculture, and hydrology. In contrast to air temperature, there has been little focus on the projection of Ts in the future under climate …Alireza Araghi, Jan Adamowski, Christopher J. Martinez, Jørgen Eivind OlesenGeoderma (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations3Readers
  13. Acclimation to higher VPD and temperature minimized negative effects on assimilation and grain yield of wheatAdapting to climate change and minimizing its negative impact on crop production requires detailed understanding of the direct and indirect effects of different climate variables (i.e. temperature, VPD). We investigated the direct (via heat …Muhammad Adil Rashid, Mathias Neumann Andersen, Bernd Wollenweber, Xiying Zhang, Jørgen Eivind OlesenAgricultural and Forest Meteorology (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations23Readers
  14. Greenhouse gas emissions during storage of manure and digestates: Key role of methane for prediction and mitigationTreatment of liquid manure and other wastes by anaerobic digestion (AD) adds to renewable energy targets, and it is thus a favorable strategy for greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation. Both untreated manure and digestates are typically …Khagendra R. Baral, Guillaume Jégo, Barbara Amon, Roland Bol, Martin H. Chantigny, Jørgen E. Olesen, Søren O. PetersenAgricultural Systems (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations27Readers
  15. Impact of heat-wave at high and low VPD on photosynthetic components of wheat and their recoveryIndirect effects of high temperature through increased vapor pressure deficit (VPD) are vital but often ignored in climate impact studies. We investigated the direct (via heat) and indirect (via VPD) effects of a post-anthesis …Muhammad Adil Rashid, Mathias Neumann Andersen, Bernd Wollenweber, Kirsten Kørup, Xiying Zhang, Jørgen Eivind OlesenEnvironmental and Experimental Botany (2018)
  1. How to include the impact of climate change in the extinction risk assessment of policy plant species?Climate change can have significant impacts on the survival of plant species. However, it is seldom included in the assessment of the extinction risk according to IUCN Red List criteria. Lack of data and uncertainties …Fabio Attorre, Thomas Abeli, Gianluigi Bacchetta, Alessio Farcomeni, Giuseppe Fenu, Michele De Sanctis, Domenico Gargano, Lorenzo Peruzzi, Chiara Montagnani, Graziano Rossi, Fabio Conti, Simone OrsenigoJournal for Nature Conservation (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations23Readers
  2. Long-term change in the trophic status and mixing regime of a deep volcanic lake (Lake Bolsena, Central Italy)Lake Bolsena, the fourth Italian lake for volume (9.2 × 10 9 m 3 ), must be considered as highly sensitive to eutrophication for its extremely long water renewal time. In this paper, temperature and chemical …Rosario Mosello, Piero Bruni, Michela Rogora, Gabriele Tartari, Claudia DrestiLimnologica (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations4Readers
  3. Estimation of CO 2 emissions from waste incinerators: Comparison of three methodsClimate-relevant CO 2 emissions from waste incineration were compared using three methods: making use of CO 2 concentration data, converting O 2 concentration and waste characteristic data, and using a mass balance method following …Hyeyoung Lee, Seung Muk Yi, Thomas M. Holsen, Yong Seok Seo, Eunhwa ChoiWaste Management (2018)
  1. Quantifying household resilience with high frequency data: Temporal dynamics and methodological optionsResilience as a metric is of growing interest to development researchers and practitioners, particularly for those whose work concerns the effects of climate change, conflict and epidemics. The growing need for resilience measurements motivates this …Erwin Knippenberg, Nathaniel Jensen, Mark ConstasWorld Development (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  2. Techno-environmental assessment of the green biorefinery concept: Combining process simulation and life cycle assessment at an early design stageThe Green biorefinery (GBR) is a biorefinery concept that converts fresh biomass into value-added products. The present study combines a Process Flowsheet Simulation (PFS) and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) to evaluate the technical and …Andrea Corona, Morten Ambye-Jensen, Giovanna Croxatto Vega, Michael Zwicky Hauschild, Morten BirkvedScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations30Readers
  3. Nutrient availability affects carbon turnover and microbial physiology differently in topsoil and subsoil under a temperate grasslandIncreasing subsoil organic carbon (C) inputs could potentially mitigate climate change by sequestering atmospheric CO2. Yet, microbial turnover and stabilization of labile C in subsoils are regulated by complex mechanisms including the availability of nitrogen …Zhi Liang, Jørgen Eivind Olesen, Johannes Lund Jensen, Lars ElsgaardGeoderma (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations21Readers
  4. Life cycle assessment of garden waste management options including long-term emissions after land applicationA life cycle assessment (LCA) was performed on five garden waste treatment practices: the production of mature compost including the woody fraction (MCIW), the production of mature compost without the woody fraction (MCWW), the production …Marieke ten Hoeve, Sander Bruun, Lars S. Jensen, Thomas H. Christensen, Charlotte ScheutzWaste Management (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations10Readers
  5. Integrated biodiesel and biogas production from microalgae: Towards a sustainable closed loop through nutrient recyclingThe sustainable, efficient production of biofuel can lead to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, lowered climate change impact and increased security owing to the fulfilment of global energy demands. Microalgae have been shown as an …Lina María González-González, Diego F. Correa, Stephen Ryan, Paul D. Jensen, Steven Pratt, Peer M. SchenkRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF11Citations90Readers
  6. Cattle producer willingness to afforest pastureland and sequester carbonThe beef industry can mitigate climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions associated with cattle production and increasing carbon sequestration on grazing lands. One alternative for increasing carbon sequestration is to convert pasture to forest …Hannah S. Claytor, Christopher D. Clark, Dayton M. Lambert, Kimberly L. JensenForest Policy and Economics (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations4Readers
  7. Proximal remote sensing of tree physiology at northern treeline: Do late-season changes in the photochemical reflectance index (PRI) respond to climate or photoperiod?Relatively little is known of how the world's largest vegetation transition zone – the Forest Tundra Ecotone (FTE) – is responding to climate change. Newly available, satellite-derived time-series of the photochemical reflectance index (PRI …Jan U.H. Eitel, Andrew J. Maguire, Natalie Boelman, Lee A. Vierling, Kevin L. Griffin, Johanna Jensen, Troy S. Magney, Peter J. Mahoney, Arjan J.H. Meddens, Carlos Silva, Oliver SonnentagRemote Sensing of Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations18Readers
  8. Persistent organic pollutants and penile bone mineral density in East Greenland and Canadian polar bears (Ursus maritimus) during 1996–2015Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are long-range transported to the Arctic via atmospheric and oceanic currents, where they biomagnify to high concentrations in the tissues of apex predators such as polar bears (Ursus maritimus). A …Tobias Daugaard-Petersen, Rikke Langebæk, Frank F. Rigét, Markus Dyck, Robert J. Letcher, Lars Hyldstrup, Jens Erik Bech Jensen, Rune Dietz, Christian SonneEnvironment International (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations16Readers
  9. Terrestrial lidar scanning reveals fine-scale linkages between microstructure and photosynthetic functioning of small-stature spruce trees at the forest-tundra ecotoneThe forest-tundra ecotone (FTE) is exhibiting myriad responses to rapid environmental change. Microstructural variability (at cm to m length scales) of vegetation canopies and geomorphic features may modulate the response of FTE vegetation to …Andrew J. Maguire, Jan U.H. Eitel, Lee A. Vierling, Daniel M. Johnson, Kevin L. Griffin, Natalie T. Boelman, Johanna E. Jensen, Heather E. Greaves, Arjan J.H. MeddensAgricultural and Forest Meteorology (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations11Readers
  10. Population genetic structure and delineation of conservation units in European larch (Larix decidua Mill.) across its native range… whole dataset. The group of analysed populations of Carpathian larch from Eastern Poland, the area of the Jeseníky Mountains in the Czech Republic and the Tatra Region in Slovakia is relatively homogenous with regard to …Jiří Dostálek, Tomáš Frantík, Markéta Pospíšková, Miroslava KřížováFlora: Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations9Readers
  11. Evapotranspiration sensitivity to air temperature across a snow-influenced watershed: Space-for-time substitution versus integrated watershed modelingChanges in long-term, montane actual evapotranspiration (ET) in response to climate change could impact future water supplies and forest species composition. For scenarios of atmospheric warming, predicted changes in long-term ET tend to …S. M. Jepsen, T. C. Harmon, D. L. Ficklin, N. P. Molotch, B. GuanJournal of Hydrology (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations13Readers
  12. Repeated megafloods from glacial Lake Vitim, Siberia, to the Arctic Ocean over the past 60,000 yearsCataclysmic outburst floods transformed landscapes and caused abrupt climate change during the last deglaciation. Whether such events have also characterized previous deglaciations is not known. Arctic marine cores hint at megafloods prior to Oxygen Isotope …Martin Margold, John D. Jansen, Alexandru T. Codilean, Frank Preusser, Artem L. Gurinov, Toshiyuki Fujioka, David FinkQuaternary Science Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations25Readers
  13. Anthropogenic nitrogen deposition alters growth responses of European beech (Fagus sylvativa L.) to climate changeGlobal change affects the functioning of forest ecosystems and the services they provide, but little is known about the interactive effects of co-occurring global change drivers on important functions such as tree growth and …Carsten Hess, Thomas Niemeyer, Andreas Fichtner, Kirstin Jansen, Matthias Kunz, Moritz Maneke, Henrik von Wehrden, Markus Quante, David Walmsley, Goddert von Oheimb, Werner HärdtleEnvironmental Pollution (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations27Readers
  14. People, lakes and seashores: Studies from the Baltic Sea basin and adjacent areas in the early and Mid-HoloceneDuring the Early and Mid-Holocene significant changes in the ecology and socio-cultural spheres occurred around the Baltic Sea. Because of the underlying climatic changes and thus environmental alterations, the area was the scene …Daniel Groß, Annabell Zander, Adam Boethius, Stefan Dreibrodt, Ole Grøn, Anton Hansson, Catherine Jessen, Satu Koivisto, Lars Larsson, Harald Lübke, Björn NilssonQuaternary Science Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations20Readers
  15. Seroprevalence for Brucella spp. in Baltic ringed seals (Phoca hispida) and East Greenland harp (Pagophilus groenlandicus) and hooded (Cystophora cristata) sealsZoonotic infections transmitted from marine mammals to humans in the Baltic and European Arctic are of unknown significance, despite given considerable potential for transmission due to local hunt. Here we present results of an initial …Christian Sonne, Emilie Andersen-Ranberg, Elisabeth L. Rajala, Jørgen S. Agerholm, Eva Bonefeld-Jørgensen, Jean Pierre Desforges, Igor Eulaers, Bjørn M. Jenssen, Anders Koch, Aqqalu Rosing-Asvid, Ursula Siebert, Morten Tryland, Gert Mulvad, Tero Härkönen, Mario Acquarone, Erling S. Nordøy, Rune Dietz, Ulf MagnussonVeterinary Immunology and Immunopathology (2018)
  1. Seasonal and spatial variations in biomarker baseline levels within Arctic populations of mussels (Mytilus spp.)Climate change and pollution resulting from human activities in the Arctic require reliable monitoring systems in sentinel species. Mytilus spp. are used as sentinel species all around the world. The use of Mytilus spp. in …Ekaterina Storhaug, Jasmine Nahrgang, Kristine Bondo Pedersen, Steven J. Brooks, Laura Petes, Igor N. Bakhmet, Marianne FrantzenScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  2. Site selection of urban wildlife sanctuaries for safeguarding indigenous biodiversity against increased predator pressuresBiodiversity loss in urban landscapes is a global challenge. Climate change is a major driving force behind biodiversity loss worldwide. Using Wellington, New Zealand as a research site, the aim of this research is to …Amin Rastandeh, Daniel K. Brown, Maibritt Pedersen ZariUrban Forestry and Urban Greening (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations24Readers
  3. Arctic kelp forests: Diversity, resilience and futureThe Arctic is one of the most rapidly changing places on Earth and it is a sentinel region for understanding the range and magnitude of planetary changes, and their impacts on ecosystems. However, our understanding …Karen Filbee-Dexter, Thomas Wernberg, Stein Fredriksen, Kjell Magnus Norderhaug, Morten Foldager PedersenGlobal and Planetary Change (2019)Sign In To View PDF3Citations35Readers
  4. Persistent organic pollutants and penile bone mineral density in East Greenland and Canadian polar bears (Ursus maritimus) during 1996–2015Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) are long-range transported to the Arctic via atmospheric and oceanic currents, where they biomagnify to high concentrations in the tissues of apex predators such as polar bears (Ursus maritimus). A …Tobias Daugaard-Petersen, Rikke Langebæk, Frank F. Rigét, Markus Dyck, Robert J. Letcher, Lars Hyldstrup, Jens Erik Bech Jensen, Rune Dietz, Christian SonneEnvironment International (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations16Readers
  5. Recent rising temperatures drive younger and southern Korean pine growth declineThe Earth has experienced an unequivocal warming, with the warmest period of the past 150 years occurring in the last three decades. Korean pine (Pinus koraiensis), a key tree species in northeast Asia, is predicted …Xiaochun Wang, Neil Pederson, Zhenju Chen, Kathryn Lawton, Chen Zhu, Shijie HanScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations8Readers
  6. Bioaccumulation of metals (Cd, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn) in suspended cultures of blue mussels exposed to different environmental conditionsFarming of suspended mussels is important for generating high protein food and animal feed or for removing nutrients in eutrophic systems. However, the harvested mussels must not be severely contaminated by pollutants posing a potential …Marie Maar, Martin Mørk Larsen, Ditte Tørring, Jens Kjerulf PetersenEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations26Readers
  7. Greenhouse gas emissions during storage of manure and digestates: Key role of methane for prediction and mitigationTreatment of liquid manure and other wastes by anaerobic digestion (AD) adds to renewable energy targets, and it is thus a favorable strategy for greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation. Both untreated manure and digestates are typically …Khagendra R. Baral, Guillaume Jégo, Barbara Amon, Roland Bol, Martin H. Chantigny, Jørgen E. Olesen, Søren O. PetersenAgricultural Systems (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations27Readers
  8. Public trust and knowledge in the context of emerging climate-adaptive forestry policiesEffective governance of public forests depends, in part, on public support for changes in forest management, particularly those responding to changes in socio-ecological conditions driven by climate change. Trust in managing authorities and knowledge …Guillaume Peterson St-Laurent, Shannon Hagerman, Kieran M. Findlater, Robert KozakJournal of Environmental Management (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations4Readers
  9. Optimal groundwater management under climate change and technical progressWe develop a dynamic model of groundwater extraction for irrigation where climate change and technical change are included as exogenous state variables in addition to the usual state variable of the stock of groundwater. Our …Nicolas E. Quintana Ashwell, Jeffrey M. Peterson, Nathan P. HendricksResource and Energy Economics (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations24Readers
  10. Smart grid electricity system planning and climate disruptions: A review of climate and energy discourse post-Superstorm SandySuperstorm Sandy hit the northeastern United States in October 2012, knocking out power to 10 million people and highlighting energy and critical infrastructure system vulnerabilities in the face of a changing climate. The increased frequency …Andrea M. Feldpausch-Parker, Tarla Rai Peterson, Jennie C. Stephens, Elizabeth J. WilsonRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations30Readers
  11. Intergenerational learning: Are children key in spurring climate action?Complex environmental problems are typically resolved after the public is no longer willing to accept their risks and demands change (i.e., Reflexive Modernization). Notable examples include responses to the ozone hole and acid deposition …Danielle F. Lawson, Kathryn T. Stevenson, M. Nils Peterson, Sarah J. Carrier, Renee Strnad, Erin SeekampGlobal Environmental Change (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations33Readers
  12. Adapting forest management to climate change: The state of science and applications in Canada and the United StatesOver the last decade, considerable progress has been made in developing vulnerability assessment tools and in applying these methodologies to identify and implement climate change adaptation approaches for forest ecosystems and forest management organizations in …Jessica E. Halofsky, Sheri A. Andrews-Key, Jason E. Edwards, Mark H. Johnston, Harry W. Nelson, David L. Peterson, Kristen M. Schmitt, Christopher W. Swanston, Tim B. WilliamsonForest Ecology and Management (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations73Readers
  13. A new interpretation of Madagascar's megafaunal decline: The “Subsistence Shift Hypothesis”Fundamental disagreements remain regarding the relative importance of climate change and human activities as triggers for Madagascar's Holocene megafaunal extinction. We use stable isotope data from stalagmites from northwest Madagascar coupled with radiocarbon and …Laurie R. Godfrey, Nick Scroxton, Brooke E. Crowley, Stephen J. Burns, Michael R. Sutherland, Ventura R. Pérez, Peterson Faina, David McGee, Lovasoa RanivoharimananaJournal of Human Evolution (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations15Readers
  14. Loss of the Martian atmosphere to space: Present-day loss rates determined from MAVEN observations and integrated loss through timeObservations of the Mars upper atmosphere made from the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft have been used to determine the loss rates of gas from the upper atmosphere to space for a complete …B. M. Jakosky, D. Brain, M. Chaffin, S. Curry, J. Deighan, J. Grebowsky, J. Halekas, F. Leblanc, R. Lillis, J. G. Luhmann, L. Andersson, N. Andre, D. Andrews, D. Baird, D. Baker, J. Bell, M. Benna, D. Bhattacharyya, S. Bougher, C. Bowers, P. Chamberlin, J. Y. Chaufray, J. Clarke, G. Collinson, M. Combi, J. Connerney, K. Connour, J. Correira, K. Crabb, F. Crary, T. Cravens, M. Crismani, G. Delory, R. Dewey, G. DiBraccio, C. Dong, Y. Dong, P. Dunn, H. Egan, M. Elrod, S. England, F. Eparvier, R. Ergun, A. Eriksson, T. Esman, J. Espley, S. Evans, K. Fallows, X. Fang, M. Fillingim, C. Flynn, A. Fogle, C. Fowler, J. Fox, M. Fujimoto, P. Garnier, Z. Girazian, H. Groeller, J. Gruesbeck, O. Hamil, K. G. Hanley, T. Hara, Y. Harada, J. Hermann, M. Holmberg, G. Holsclaw, S. Houston, S. Inui, S. Jain, R. Jolitz, A. Kotova, T. Kuroda, D. Larson, Y. Lee, C. Lee, F. Lefevre, C. Lentz, D. Lo, R. Lugo, Y. J. Ma, P. Mahaffy, M. L. Marquette, Y. Matsumoto, M. Mayyasi, C. Mazelle, W. McClintock, J. McFadden, A. Medvedev, M. Mendillo, K. Meziane, Z. Milby, D. Mitchell, R. Modolo, F. Montmessin, A. Nagy, H. Nakagawa, C. Narvaez, K. Olsen, D. Pawlowski, W. Peterson, A. Rahmati, K. Roeten, N. Romanelli, S. Ruhunusiri, C. Russell, S. Sakai, N. Schneider, K. Seki, R. Sharrar, S. Shaver, D. E. Siskind, M. Slipski, Y. Soobiah, M. Steckiewicz, M. H. Stevens, I. Stewart, A. Stiepen, S. Stone, V. Tenishev, N. Terada, K. Terada, E. Thiemann, R. Tolson, G. Toth, J. Trovato, M. Vogt, T. Weber, P. Withers, S. Xu, R. Yelle, E. Yiğit, R. ZurekIcarus (2018)Sign In To View PDF11Citations19Readers
  15. Biogas plants as key units of biorefinery concepts: Options and their assessmentIn order to minimize the environmental impacts of growing population, progressive exploitation of fossil resources and negative consequences of climate change the politically intended goal is to successively transform our primarily oil-based into a …Lennart Andersen, Anne Lamp, Christiane Dieckmann, Sven Baetge, Lisa Marie Schmidt, Martin KaltschmittJournal of Biotechnology (2018)
  1. Geographic multi-criteria evaluation and validation: A case study of wildfire vulnerability in Western North Carolina, USA following the 2016 wildfiresIn 2016, an intense drought occurred in the southeastern U.S. Dry conditions resulted in unprecedented wildfires throughout the southern Appalachian Mountains, especially in western North Carolina (WNC). Future climate change is expected to increase …Lauren M. Andersen, Margaret M. SuggInternational Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  2. Is it time to take vertical indoor farming seriously?OBJECTIVE: The purpose was to investigate a perception that clients of a rehabilitation team constitute an 'easy' group of patients, who should be managed outside public sector community psychiatric service settings.\n\nMETHOD: A caseload …Per Pinstrup-AndersenGlobal Food Security (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations92Readers
  3. Seroprevalence for Brucella spp. in Baltic ringed seals (Phoca hispida) and East Greenland harp (Pagophilus groenlandicus) and hooded (Cystophora cristata) sealsZoonotic infections transmitted from marine mammals to humans in the Baltic and European Arctic are of unknown significance, despite given considerable potential for transmission due to local hunt. Here we present results of an initial …Christian Sonne, Emilie Andersen-Ranberg, Elisabeth L. Rajala, Jørgen S. Agerholm, Eva Bonefeld-Jørgensen, Jean Pierre Desforges, Igor Eulaers, Bjørn M. Jenssen, Anders Koch, Aqqalu Rosing-Asvid, Ursula Siebert, Morten Tryland, Gert Mulvad, Tero Härkönen, Mario Acquarone, Erling S. Nordøy, Rune Dietz, Ulf MagnussonVeterinary Immunology and Immunopathology (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations24Readers
  4. The future depends on what we do today – Projecting Europe's surface water quality into three different future scenariosThere are infinite possible future scenarios reflecting the impacts of anthropogenic multiple stress on our planet. These impacts include changes in climate and land cover, to which aquatic ecosystems are especially vulnerable. To assess plausible …Leoni Mack, Hans Estrup Andersen, Meryem Beklioğlu, Tuba Bucak, Raoul Marie Couture, Fabien Cremona, M. Teresa Ferreira, Michael G. Hutchins, Ute Mischke, Eugenio Molina-Navarro, Katri Rankinen, Markus Venohr, Sebastian BirkScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations21Readers
  5. Acclimation to higher VPD and temperature minimized negative effects on assimilation and grain yield of wheatAdapting to climate change and minimizing its negative impact on crop production requires detailed understanding of the direct and indirect effects of different climate variables (i.e. temperature, VPD). We investigated the direct (via heat …Muhammad Adil Rashid, Mathias Neumann Andersen, Bernd Wollenweber, Xiying Zhang, Jørgen Eivind OlesenAgricultural and Forest Meteorology (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations23Readers
  6. Impact of heat-wave at high and low VPD on photosynthetic components of wheat and their recoveryIndirect effects of high temperature through increased vapor pressure deficit (VPD) are vital but often ignored in climate impact studies. We investigated the direct (via heat) and indirect (via VPD) effects of a post-anthesis …Muhammad Adil Rashid, Mathias Neumann Andersen, Bernd Wollenweber, Kirsten Kørup, Xiying Zhang, Jørgen Eivind OlesenEnvironmental and Experimental Botany (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations20Readers
  7. Quantifying the combined effects of land use and climate changes on stream flow and nutrient loads: A modelling approach in the Odense Fjord catchment (Denmark)Water pollution and water scarcity are among the main environmental challenges faced by the European Union, and multiple stressors compromise the integrity of water resources and ecosystems. Particularly in lowland areas of northern Europe, high …Eugenio Molina-Navarro, Hans E. Andersen, Anders Nielsen, Hans Thodsen, Dennis TrolleScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF10Citations58Readers
  8. An integrative approach for embodied energy: Towards an LCA-based data-driven design methodThe built environment is one of the major contributors of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. To tackle climate change, global targets have been set for this sector. Although life-cycle assessment (LCA) methods are typically used …Thomas Jusselme, Emmanuel Rey, Marilyne AndersenRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations49Readers
  9. Terrestrial organic matter increases zooplankton methylmercury accumulation in a brown-water boreal lakeIncreases in terrestrial organic matter (tOM) transport from catchments to boreal lakes can affect methylmercury (MeHg) accumulation in aquatic biota both directly by increasing concentrations of aqueous MeHg, and indirectly through effects on MeHg bioavailability …Amanda E. Poste, Cathrine Skaar Hoel, Tom Andersen, Michael T. Arts, Per Johan Færøvig, Katrine BorgåScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations2Readers
  10. Footprints from the past: The influence of past human activities on vegetation and soil across five archaeological sites in GreenlandClimate change has irrevocable consequences for the otherwise well-preserved archaeological deposits in the Arctic. Vegetation changes are expected to impact archaeological sites, but currently the effects are poorly understood. In this article we investigate …Rasmus Fenger-Nielsen, Jørgen Hollesen, Henning Matthiesen, Emil Alexander Sherman Andersen, Andreas Westergaard-Nielsen, Hans Harmsen, Anders Michelsen, Bo ElberlingScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations12Readers
  11. Contaminants in Atlantic walruses in Svalbard part 1: Relationships between exposure, diet and pathogen prevalenceSophie E. Scotter, Morten Tryland, Ingebjørg H. Nymo, Linda Hanssen, Mikael Harju, Christian Lydersen, Kit M. Kovacs, Jörn Klein, Aaron T. Fisk, Heli RouttiEnvironmental Pollution (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations1Readers
  12. The human cost of global warming: Deadly landslides and their triggers (1995–2014)Worldwide, landslides incur catastrophic and significant economic and human losses. Previous studies have characterized the patterns in landslides' fatalities, from all kinds of triggering causes, at a continental or global scale, but they were based …Ubydul Haque, Paula F. da Silva, Graziella Devoli, Jürgen Pilz, Bingxin Zhao, Asmaa Khaloua, Wahyu Wilopo, Peter Andersen, Ping Lu, Juneseok Lee, Taro Yamamoto, David Keellings, Wu Jian-Hong, Gregory E. GlassScience of the Total Environment (2019)
  1. Biogas plants as key units of biorefinery concepts: Options and their assessmentIn order to minimize the environmental impacts of growing population, progressive exploitation of fossil resources and negative consequences of climate change the politically intended goal is to successively transform our primarily oil-based into a …Lennart Andersen, Anne Lamp, Christiane Dieckmann, Sven Baetge, Lisa Marie Schmidt, Martin KaltschmittJournal of Biotechnology (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations23Readers
  2. Geographic multi-criteria evaluation and validation: A case study of wildfire vulnerability in Western North Carolina, USA following the 2016 wildfiresIn 2016, an intense drought occurred in the southeastern U.S. Dry conditions resulted in unprecedented wildfires throughout the southern Appalachian Mountains, especially in western North Carolina (WNC). Future climate change is expected to increase …Lauren M. Andersen, Margaret M. SuggInternational Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  3. Is it time to take vertical indoor farming seriously?OBJECTIVE: The purpose was to investigate a perception that clients of a rehabilitation team constitute an 'easy' group of patients, who should be managed outside public sector community psychiatric service settings.\n\nMETHOD: A caseload …Per Pinstrup-AndersenGlobal Food Security (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations92Readers
  4. Seroprevalence for Brucella spp. in Baltic ringed seals (Phoca hispida) and East Greenland harp (Pagophilus groenlandicus) and hooded (Cystophora cristata) sealsZoonotic infections transmitted from marine mammals to humans in the Baltic and European Arctic are of unknown significance, despite given considerable potential for transmission due to local hunt. Here we present results of an initial …Christian Sonne, Emilie Andersen-Ranberg, Elisabeth L. Rajala, Jørgen S. Agerholm, Eva Bonefeld-Jørgensen, Jean Pierre Desforges, Igor Eulaers, Bjørn M. Jenssen, Anders Koch, Aqqalu Rosing-Asvid, Ursula Siebert, Morten Tryland, Gert Mulvad, Tero Härkönen, Mario Acquarone, Erling S. Nordøy, Rune Dietz, Ulf MagnussonVeterinary Immunology and Immunopathology (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations24Readers
  5. The future depends on what we do today – Projecting Europe's surface water quality into three different future scenariosThere are infinite possible future scenarios reflecting the impacts of anthropogenic multiple stress on our planet. These impacts include changes in climate and land cover, to which aquatic ecosystems are especially vulnerable. To assess plausible …Leoni Mack, Hans Estrup Andersen, Meryem Beklioğlu, Tuba Bucak, Raoul Marie Couture, Fabien Cremona, M. Teresa Ferreira, Michael G. Hutchins, Ute Mischke, Eugenio Molina-Navarro, Katri Rankinen, Markus Venohr, Sebastian BirkScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations21Readers
  6. Acclimation to higher VPD and temperature minimized negative effects on assimilation and grain yield of wheatAdapting to climate change and minimizing its negative impact on crop production requires detailed understanding of the direct and indirect effects of different climate variables (i.e. temperature, VPD). We investigated the direct (via heat …Muhammad Adil Rashid, Mathias Neumann Andersen, Bernd Wollenweber, Xiying Zhang, Jørgen Eivind OlesenAgricultural and Forest Meteorology (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations23Readers
  7. Impact of heat-wave at high and low VPD on photosynthetic components of wheat and their recoveryIndirect effects of high temperature through increased vapor pressure deficit (VPD) are vital but often ignored in climate impact studies. We investigated the direct (via heat) and indirect (via VPD) effects of a post-anthesis …Muhammad Adil Rashid, Mathias Neumann Andersen, Bernd Wollenweber, Kirsten Kørup, Xiying Zhang, Jørgen Eivind OlesenEnvironmental and Experimental Botany (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations20Readers
  8. Quantifying the combined effects of land use and climate changes on stream flow and nutrient loads: A modelling approach in the Odense Fjord catchment (Denmark)Water pollution and water scarcity are among the main environmental challenges faced by the European Union, and multiple stressors compromise the integrity of water resources and ecosystems. Particularly in lowland areas of northern Europe, high …Eugenio Molina-Navarro, Hans E. Andersen, Anders Nielsen, Hans Thodsen, Dennis TrolleScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF10Citations58Readers
  9. An integrative approach for embodied energy: Towards an LCA-based data-driven design methodThe built environment is one of the major contributors of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. To tackle climate change, global targets have been set for this sector. Although life-cycle assessment (LCA) methods are typically used …Thomas Jusselme, Emmanuel Rey, Marilyne AndersenRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations49Readers
  10. Terrestrial organic matter increases zooplankton methylmercury accumulation in a brown-water boreal lakeIncreases in terrestrial organic matter (tOM) transport from catchments to boreal lakes can affect methylmercury (MeHg) accumulation in aquatic biota both directly by increasing concentrations of aqueous MeHg, and indirectly through effects on MeHg bioavailability …Amanda E. Poste, Cathrine Skaar Hoel, Tom Andersen, Michael T. Arts, Per Johan Færøvig, Katrine BorgåScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations2Readers
  11. Footprints from the past: The influence of past human activities on vegetation and soil across five archaeological sites in GreenlandClimate change has irrevocable consequences for the otherwise well-preserved archaeological deposits in the Arctic. Vegetation changes are expected to impact archaeological sites, but currently the effects are poorly understood. In this article we investigate …Rasmus Fenger-Nielsen, Jørgen Hollesen, Henning Matthiesen, Emil Alexander Sherman Andersen, Andreas Westergaard-Nielsen, Hans Harmsen, Anders Michelsen, Bo ElberlingScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations12Readers
  12. The human cost of global warming: Deadly landslides and their triggers (1995–2014)Worldwide, landslides incur catastrophic and significant economic and human losses. Previous studies have characterized the patterns in landslides' fatalities, from all kinds of triggering causes, at a continental or global scale, but they were based …Ubydul Haque, Paula F. da Silva, Graziella Devoli, Jürgen Pilz, Bingxin Zhao, Asmaa Khaloua, Wahyu Wilopo, Peter Andersen, Ping Lu, Juneseok Lee, Taro Yamamoto, David Keellings, Wu Jian-Hong, Gregory E. GlassScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations1Readers
  13. Hydropower revenues under the threat of climate change in BrazilThis work analyzes the impacts of climate change in the revenues of hydropower plants. One important input for designing and evaluating investment opportunities in hydropower is the water inflows historical data. Unfortunately, the use of …Anderson Rodrigo de Queiroz, Victor A.D. Faria, Luana M.M. Lima, José W.M. LimaRenewable Energy (2019)Sign In To View PDF3Citations27Readers
  14. Modeling environmentally-mediated variation in reef coral physiologyIncreases in seawater temperature associated with global climate change are causing the mutualistic relationship between reef-building corals and the symbiotic dinoflagellates (genus Symbiodinium) that reside within their cells to break down. There is consequently …Anderson B. Mayfield, Alexandra C. Dempsey, Chii Shiarng ChenJournal of Sea Research (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations4Readers
  15. Impacts of Fsh, Igf1, and high temperature on the expression of genes involved in steroidogenesis, cell communication, and apoptosis in isolated coho salmon previtellogenic ovarian folliclesIn salmonids, exposure to elevated temperature impairs oogenesis. As such, there is a need to understand the molecular mechanisms that underpin this process, and develop mitigation strategies that maintain or rescue reproductive development in broodstock …Kelli Anderson, J. Adam Luckenbach, Yoji Yamamoto, Abigail ElizurAquaculture (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations2Readers
  16. Debris thickness patterns on debris-covered glaciersMany debris-covered glaciers have broadly similar debris thickness patterns: surface debris thickens and tends to transition from convex- to concave-up-down glacier. We explain this pattern using theory (analytical and numerical models) paired …Leif S. Anderson, Robert S. AndersonGeomorphology (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations38Readers
  17. Can social norm interventions promote voluntary pro environmental action?Conventional wisdom holds that voluntary pro-environmental action of citizens is desirable, but there remains much debate over how it could be promoted. We study this issue focusing on social norm interventions to increase voluntary …Robert A. Huber, Brilé Anderson, Thomas BernauerEnvironmental Science and Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations26Readers
  18. Life cycle analysis of macauba palm cultivation: A promising crop for biofuel productionThe 450 Scenario, which limits the increase in global average temperature to 2 °C, makes it necessary to take steps towards a low-carbon economy. Since the energy sector is a major contribution to anthropogenic …Ignacio A. Fernández-Coppel, Anderson Barbosa-Evaristo, Adriana Corrêa-Guimarães, Jesús Martín-Gil, Luis M. Navas-Gracia, Pablo Martín-RamosIndustrial Crops and Products (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations19Readers
  19. Modeling reveals the role of coastal upwelling and hydrologic inputs on biologically distinct water exchanges in a Great Lakes estuaryFreshwater estuaries everywhere are under stress from anthropogenic activities and climate change. Muskegon Lake Estuary (MLE) is a freshwater estuary along the eastern shore of Lake Michigan characterized by algal blooms and hypoxia during the …Qianqian Liu, Eric J. Anderson, Yinglong Zhang, Anthony D. Weinke, Katie L. Knapp, Bopaiah A. BiddandaEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations13Readers
  20. Forest and lake dynamics in response to temperature, North American monsoon and ENSO variability during the Holocene in Colorado (USA)Learning how terrestrial environments responded to past temperature and precipitation variations can help anticipate how these environments will respond to natural climate variability upon which human induced climate change is superimposed. Here we present a …Gonzalo Jiménez-Moreno, R. Scott Anderson, Bryan N. Shuman, Ethan YackulicQuaternary Science Reviews (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations6Readers
  21. Interactions between pesticides and pathogen susceptibility in honey beesThere exist a variety of factors that negatively impact the health and survival of managed honey bee colonies, including the spread of parasites and pathogens, loss of habitat, reduced availability or quality of food resources …Scott T. O'Neal, Troy D. Anderson, Judy Y. Wu-SmartCurrent Opinion in Insect Science (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations68Readers
  22. One thousand ways to experience loss: A systematic analysis of climate-related intangible harm from around the worldA situated and socially engaged science of loss arising from climate change takes people's lived experiences with risk and harm as its fundamental starting point. It foregrounds what losses occur, where and how, which …P. Tschakert, N. R. Ellis, C. Anderson, A. Kelly, J. ObengGlobal Environmental Change (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations21Readers
  23. 21st Century Climate Change Impacts on Key Properties of a Large-Scale Renewable-Based Electricity SystemFalling prices and significant technology developments currently drive an increased weather-dependent electricity production from renewables. In light of the changing climate, it is relevant to investigate to what extent climate change directly impacts future …Smail Kozarcanin, Hailiang Liu, Gorm Bruun AndresenJoule (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations6Readers
  24. Comparing the infiltration potentials of soils beneath the canopies of two contrasting urban tree speciesWith ongoing urbanization and climate change our cities are continuously becoming warmer and susceptible to flash flooding. A wide array of green infrastructure including urban trees is getting attention to mitigate those problems; however, magnitude …Mohammad A. Rahman, Astrid Moser, Marshal Anderson, Chi Zhang, Thomas Rötzer, Stephan PauleitUrban Forestry and Urban Greening (2019)Sign In To View PDF3Citations16Readers
  25. Effects of elevated temperature and elevated CO 2 on soil nitrification and ammonia-oxidizing microbial communities in field-grown cropRising global air temperature and atmospheric CO 2 are expected to have considerable effects on soil nutrient cycling and plant productivity. Soil nitrification controlled by ammonia-oxidizing bacteria and archaea (AOB and AOA) communities plays …Linh T.T. Nguyen, Katie Broughton, Yui Osanai, Ian C. Anderson, Michael P. Bange, David T. Tissue, Brajesh K. SinghScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations3Readers
  26. Impact of air temperature on physically-based maximum precipitation estimation through change in moisture holding capacity of airImpact of air temperature on the Maximum Precipitation (MP) estimation through change in moisture holding capacity of air was investigated. A series of previous studies have estimated the MP of 72-h basin-average precipitation …K. Ishida, N. Ohara, M. L. Kavvas, Z. Q. Chen, M. L. AndersonJournal of Hydrology (2018)Sign In To View PDF6Citations25Readers
  27. Long-term trend analysis on total and extreme precipitation over Shasta Dam watershedCalifornia's interconnected water system is one of the most advanced water management systems in the world, and understanding of long-term trends in atmospheric and hydrologic behavior has increasingly being seen as vital to …Kinya Toride, Dylan L. Cawthorne, Kei Ishida, M. Levent Kavvas, Michael L. AndersonScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF9Citations25Readers
  28. Modeled climate change impacts on subirrigated maize relative yield in northwest OhioSubirrigation is employed to supply water to crop root zones via subsurface drainage systems, which are typically installed for the purpose of excess soil water removal. Crop yield increases due to subirrigation have been demonstrated …Kpoti M. Gunn, William J. Baule, Jane R. Frankenberger, Debra L. Gamble, Barry J. Allred, Jeff A. Andresen, Larry C. BrownAgricultural Water Management (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations17Readers
  29. Orbital-scale environmental and climatic changes recorded in a new ∼200,000-year-long multiproxy sedimentary record from Padul, southern Iberian PeninsulaPadul is one of the few wetland sites in southern Europe and the Mediterranean region that exhibits an unusually large temporal span (>100 kyr) and continuous Quaternary sedimentary record. Previous core-based studies from Padul …Jon Camuera, Gonzalo Jiménez-Moreno, María J. Ramos-Román, Antonio García-Alix, Jaime L. Toney, R. Scott Anderson, Francisco Jiménez-Espejo, Darrell Kaufman, Jordon Bright, Cole Webster, Yurena Yanes, José S. Carrión, Naohiko Ohkouchi, Hisami Suga, Masako Yamame, Yusuke Yokoyama, Francisca Martínez-RuizQuaternary Science Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations14Readers
  30. Analysis of future climate change impacts on snow distribution over mountainous watersheds in Northern California by means of a physically-based snow distribution modelThe impacts of climate change on snow distribution through the 21st century were investigated over three mountainous watersheds in Northern California by means of a physically-based snow distribution model. The future climate conditions during …K. Ishida, A. Ercan, T. Trinh, M. L. Kavvas, N. Ohara, K. Carr, M. L. AndersonScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations8Readers
  31. Pharmaceuticals, herbicides, and disinfectants in agricultural water sourcesAgricultural water withdrawals account for the largest proportion of global freshwater use. Increasing municipal water demands and droughts are straining agricultural water supplies. Therefore, alternative solutions to agricultural water crises are urgently needed, including the …Suraj Panthi, Amy R. Sapkota, Greg Raspanti, Sarah M. Allard, Anthony Bui, Hillary A. Craddock, Rianna Murray, Libin Zhu, Cheryl East, Eric Handy, Mary Theresa Callahan, Joseph Haymaker, Prachi Kulkarni, Brienna Anderson, Shani Craighead, Samantha Gartley, Adam Vanore, Walter Q. Betancourt, Rico Duncan, Derek Foust, Manan Sharma, Shirley A. Micallef, Charles Gerba, Salina Parveen, Fawzy Hashem, Eric May, Kalmia Kniel, Mihai Pop, Sadhana Ravishankar, Amir SapkotaEnvironmental Research (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations6Readers
  32. Life cycle assessment of permanent magnet electric traction motorsOngoing development of electrified road vehicles entails a risk of conflict between resource issues and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. In this study, the environmental impact of the core design and magnet material for …Anders Nordelöf, Emma Grunditz, Sonja Lundmark, Anne Marie Tillman, Mikael Alatalo, Torbjörn ThiringerTransportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations9Readers
  33. Deriving life cycle assessment coefficients for application in integrated assessment modellingThe fields of life cycle assessment (LCA) and integrated assessment (IA) modelling today have similar interests in assessing macro-level transformation pathways with a broad view of environmental concerns. Prevailing IA models lack a life …Anders Arvesen, Gunnar Luderer, Michaja Pehl, Benjamin Leon Bodirsky, Edgar G. HertwichEnvironmental Modelling and Software (2018)Sign In To View PDF10Citations59Readers
  34. Interactive effects of ionizing radiation and climate change on the abundance of breeding birdsThe effects of ionizing radiation on living beings have been studied under lab conditions and in the field. The first approach may often lack in realism, while the second may lack rigorous experimental approaches. Because …Anders Pape Møller, Timothy A. MousseauEcological Indicators (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations8Readers
  35. Energy end-use and efficiency potentials among Swedish industrial small and medium-sized enterprises – A dataset analysis from the national energy audit programImproving energy efficiency in industry is recognized as one of the most vital activities for the mitigation of climate change. Consequently, policy initiatives from governments addressing both energy-intensive and small and medium-sized industry …Elias Andersson, Magnus Karlsson, Patrik Thollander, Svetlana ParamonovaRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations23Readers
  36. Biomass-fired combined cooling, heating and power for small scale applications – A reviewThe growing demand for energy and the accelerating threats from climate change call for innovative and sustainable solutions to decrease dependency on fossil fuels. Biomass-based, small-scale Combined Cooling, Heating and Power (CCHP) systems …Moritz Wegener, Anders Malmquist, Antonio Isalgué, Andrew MartinRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations35Readers
  37. Spatiotemporal analysis of regional socio-economic vulnerability change associated with heat risks in CanadaExcess mortality can be caused by extreme hot weather events, which are increasing in severity and frequency in Canada due to climate change. Individual and social vulnerability factors influence the mortality risk associated with a …Hung Chak Ho, Anders Knudby, Guangqing Chi, Mehdi Aminipouri, Derrick Yuk Fo LaiApplied Geography (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations19Readers
  38. Adapting to change: Prioritising management for the future of the Marine Scalefish FisheryMarine scalefish fisheries face multiple challenges including management and sustainability pressures. These are going to be amplified by climate change. This paper reports on a project that used the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) and semi …Melissa Nursey-Bray, Anders Magnusson, Nathan Bicknell, Meagan Magnusson, Julian Morison, Andrew SullivanMarine Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations6Readers
  39. Satellite-based vegetation optical depth as an indicator of drought-driven tree mortalityDrought-induced tree mortality events are expected to increase in frequency under climate change. However, monitoring and modeling of tree mortality is limited by the high spatial variability in vegetation response to climatic drought stress …Krishna Rao, William R.L. Anderegg, Anna Sala, Jordi Martínez-Vilalta, Alexandra G. KoningsRemote Sensing of Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations25Readers
  40. Conifer radial growth response to recent seasonal warming and drought from the southwestern USAFuture droughts are expected to become more severe and frequent under future climate change scenarios, likely causing widespread tree mortality in the western USA. Coping with an uncertain future requires an understanding of long-term …Charles Truettner, William R.L. Anderegg, Franco Biondi, George W. Koch, Kiona Ogle, Christopher Schwalm, Marcy E. Litvak, John D. Shaw, Emanuele ZiacoForest Ecology and Management (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations48Readers
  41. Advancing urban green infrastructure in Europe: Outcomes and reflections from the GREEN SURGE projectUrban green infrastructure (UGI)is a promising concept when developing multifunctional green space systems to address major challenges of urbanization such as increasing social cohesion, promoting the transition to a green economy, adaptation to climate …Stephan Pauleit, Bianca Ambrose-Oji, Erik Andersson, Barbara Anton, Arjen Buijs, Dagmar Haase, Birgit Elands, Rieke Hansen, Ingo Kowarik, Jakub Kronenberg, Thomas Mattijssen, Anton Stahl Olafsson, Emily Rall, Alexander P.N. van der Jagt, Cecil Konijnendijk van den BoschUrban Forestry and Urban Greening (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations60Readers
  42. Using present and past climosequences to estimate soil organic carbon and related physical quality indicators under future climatic conditionsThis research aimed at testing the use of present and past climosequences to estimate soil organic carbon (SOC) and related physical quality indicators under future climatic conditions. The influence of climate on soil features was …S. Pellegrini, A. E. Agnelli, M. C. Andrenelli, R. Barbetti, G. Lo Papa, S. Priori, E. A.C. CostantiniAgriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations16Readers
  43. Phenology of the avian spring migratory passage in Europe and North America: Asymmetric advancement in time and increase in durationClimate change has been shown to shift the seasonal timing (i.e. phenology) and distribution of species. The phenological effects of climate change on living organisms have often been tested using first occurrence dates, which …Aleksi Lehikoinen, Andreas Lindén, Måns Karlsson, Arne Andersson, Tara L. Crewe, Erica H. Dunn, George Gregory, Lennart Karlsson, Vidar Kristiansen, Stuart Mackenzie, Steve Newman, Jan Erik Røer, Chris Sharpe, Leonid V. Sokolov, Åsa Steinholtz, Martin Stervander, Ina Sabrina Tirri, Rune Skjold TjørnløvEcological Indicators (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations19Readers
  44. Past and future impact of climate change on foraging habitat suitability in a high-alpine bird species: Management options to buffer against global warming effectsThe majority of predictions about the impacts of climate change on wildlife have relied either on the study of species' physiological tolerance or on broad-scale distribution models. In comparison, little attention has been paid …Mattia Brambilla, Jaime Resano-Mayor, Davide Scridel, Matteo Anderle, Giuseppe Bogliani, Veronika Braunisch, Federico Capelli, Matteo Cortesi, Nathan Horrenberger, Paolo Pedrini, Beatrice Sangalli, Dan Chamberlain, Raphaël Arlettaz, Diego RuboliniBiological Conservation (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations34Readers
  45. Major differences in dissolved organic matter characteristics and bacterial processing over an extensive brackish water gradient, the Baltic SeaDissolved organic matter (DOM) in marine waters is a complex mixture of compounds and elements that contribute substantially to the global carbon cycle. The large reservoir of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) represents a vital resource …Owen F. Rowe, Julie Dinasquet, Joanna Paczkowska, Daniela Figueroa, Lasse Riemann, Agneta AnderssonMarine Chemistry (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations15Readers
  46. Charophytes collapse beyond a critical warming and brownification threshold in shallow lake systemsCharophytes play a critical role for the functioning of shallow lake ecosystems. Although growth of charophytes can be limited by many factors, such as temperature, nutrients and light availability, our understanding about concomitant effects of …Maidul I. Choudhury, Pablo Urrutia-Cordero, Huan Zhang, Mattias K. Ekvall, Leonardo Rafael Medeiros, Lars Anders HanssonScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  47. Limitations to winter and spring photosynthesis of a Rocky Mountain subalpine forestTemperate and boreal conifer forests are dormant for many months during the cold season. Climate change is altering the winter environment, with increased temperature, altered precipitation, and earlier snowmelt in many locations. If significant enough …David R. Bowling, Barry A. Logan, Koen Hufkens, Donald M. Aubrecht, Andrew D. Richardson, Sean P. Burns, William R.L. Anderegg, Peter D. Blanken, David P. EirikssonAgricultural and Forest Meteorology (2018)Sign In To View PDF12Citations32Readers
  48. A 6,000 year record of environmental change from the eastern Pacific margin of central MexicoThe transition from the mid-to late-Holocene in MesoAmerica saw increasing complexity in spatial patterns of change. Records from the western part of the region are sparse, with lacustrine sequences affected by long term …Sarah J. Davies, Sarah E. Metcalfe, Benjamin J. Aston, A. Roger Byrne, Marie R. Champagne, Matthew D. Jones, Melanie J. Leng, Anders NorenQuaternary Science Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations6Readers
  49. Loss of the Martian atmosphere to space: Present-day loss rates determined from MAVEN observations and integrated loss through timeObservations of the Mars upper atmosphere made from the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft have been used to determine the loss rates of gas from the upper atmosphere to space for a complete …B. M. Jakosky, D. Brain, M. Chaffin, S. Curry, J. Deighan, J. Grebowsky, J. Halekas, F. Leblanc, R. Lillis, J. G. Luhmann, L. Andersson, N. Andre, D. Andrews, D. Baird, D. Baker, J. Bell, M. Benna, D. Bhattacharyya, S. Bougher, C. Bowers, P. Chamberlin, J. Y. Chaufray, J. Clarke, G. Collinson, M. Combi, J. Connerney, K. Connour, J. Correira, K. Crabb, F. Crary, T. Cravens, M. Crismani, G. Delory, R. Dewey, G. DiBraccio, C. Dong, Y. Dong, P. Dunn, H. Egan, M. Elrod, S. England, F. Eparvier, R. Ergun, A. Eriksson, T. Esman, J. Espley, S. Evans, K. Fallows, X. Fang, M. Fillingim, C. Flynn, A. Fogle, C. Fowler, J. Fox, M. Fujimoto, P. Garnier, Z. Girazian, H. Groeller, J. Gruesbeck, O. Hamil, K. G. Hanley, T. Hara, Y. Harada, J. Hermann, M. Holmberg, G. Holsclaw, S. Houston, S. Inui, S. Jain, R. Jolitz, A. Kotova, T. Kuroda, D. Larson, Y. Lee, C. Lee, F. Lefevre, C. Lentz, D. Lo, R. Lugo, Y. J. Ma, P. Mahaffy, M. L. Marquette, Y. Matsumoto, M. Mayyasi, C. Mazelle, W. McClintock, J. McFadden, A. Medvedev, M. Mendillo, K. Meziane, Z. Milby, D. Mitchell, R. Modolo, F. Montmessin, A. Nagy, H. Nakagawa, C. Narvaez, K. Olsen, D. Pawlowski, W. Peterson, A. Rahmati, K. Roeten, N. Romanelli, S. Ruhunusiri, C. Russell, S. Sakai, N. Schneider, K. Seki, R. Sharrar, S. Shaver, D. E. Siskind, M. Slipski, Y. Soobiah, M. Steckiewicz, M. H. Stevens, I. Stewart, A. Stiepen, S. Stone, V. Tenishev, N. Terada, K. Terada, E. Thiemann, R. Tolson, G. Toth, J. Trovato, M. Vogt, T. Weber, P. Withers, S. Xu, R. Yelle, E. Yiğit, R. ZurekIcarus (2018)Sign In To View PDF11Citations19Readers
  50. Lessons learned from rural electrification initiatives in developing countries: Insights for technical, social, financial and public policy aspects… problems related to health, education, social life, economy and the environment, and can increase the income of underserved communities. Most of the yet to be energized regions are in remote, isolated areas, that cannot be …Fatema Almeshqab, Taha Selim UstunRenewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations34Readers
  51. Seasonal and spatial variations in biomarker baseline levels within Arctic populations of mussels (Mytilus spp.)… a year in the mussels from both upper and lower littoral zones in Rakkfjorden, Norway, as they underwent their annual reproductive cycle. Spatial variations of these biomarker baseline levels were measured in five mussel populations …Ekaterina Storhaug, Jasmine Nahrgang, Kristine Bondo Pedersen, Steven J. Brooks, Laura Petes, Igor N. Bakhmet, Marianne FrantzenScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  52. A Climate-Driven Functional Inversion of Connected Marine Ecosystems… fish monitoring, we show that two connected North Atlantic ecosystems (E. English Channel and S. North Sea) underwent a rapid shift in functional structure triggered by a climate oscillation to a prevailing warm-phase in …Matthew McLean, David Mouillot, Martin Lindegren, Georg Engelhard, Sébastien Villéger, Paul Marchal, Anik Brind'Amour, Arnaud AuberCurrent Biology (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations33Readers
  53. Impact of climate change on the ecology of the Kyambangunguru crater marsh in southwestern Tanzania during the Late Holocene… the environmental history of the marsh. The multi proxy record reveals that, 2500 years ago, the marsh underwent a major ecological transition from a lake to a peatland. Temperature and hydrological reconstructions evidence warmer and …Sarah Coffinet, Arnaud Huguet, Laurent Bergonzini, Nikolai Pedentchouk, David Williamson, Christelle Anquetil, Mariusz Gałka, Piotr Kołaczek, Monika Karpińska-Kołaczek, Amos Majule, Fatima Laggoun-Défarge, Thomas Wagner, Sylvie DerenneQuaternary Science Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations12Readers
  54. Vegetation changes in the Three-River Headwaters Region of the Tibetan Plateau of China… analysis, Detecting Breakpoints and Estimating Segments in Trend (DBEST). The results show that the vegetation of TRHR underwent an overall recovery with NDVI trend from around 0.24 in 2000 to 0.26 in 2015 …Xiaoji Shen, Ru An, Li Feng, Nan Ye, Liujun Zhu, Maohua LiEcological Indicators (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations9Readers
  55. Changing patterns in farming–pastoral ecotones in China between 1990 and 2010… show that the derived FPEs in the north, middle, and south sections along the Hu's Line underwent remarkable spatio-temporal changes. The north and middle FPEs shifted from the southeast to northwest during the …Shiji Li, Zhigang Sun, Minghong Tan, Linlin Guo, Xubo ZhangEcological Indicators (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations12Readers
  56. Interplay between land-use dynamics and changes in hydrological regime in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta… was found to be highly variable, changing by 14.94% annually between 2001 and 2012. Rice cropping underwent the greatest change, evolving from single cropping of traditional varieties towards double and triple cropping of high …Thuy Ngan Le, Arnold K. Bregt, Gerardo E. van Halsema, Petra J.G.J. Hellegers, Lam Dao NguyenLand Use Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF6Citations39Readers
  57. Dry/wet pattern changes in global dryland areas over the past six decades… tendency during 1948–1979 and a drying tendency during 1980–2008, whereas drylands in the African continent underwent significant drying during 1948–1979 followed by subtle wetting in 1980–2008. Even though rapid warming since …Yupeng Li, Yaning Chen, Zhi LiGlobal and Planetary Change (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations6Readers
  58. Where does active travel fit within local community narratives of mobility space and place?… norms and values associated with acceptance of active travel modes in different communities. The analysis uncovers that underserved populations within diverse communities view active mobility simultaneously as a necessity and as a symbol of privilege …Alec Biehl, Ying Chen, Karla Sanabria-Véaz, David Uttal, Amanda StathopoulosTransportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations19Readers
  59. A widespread morphological antipredator mechanism reduces the sensitivity to pesticides and increases the susceptibility to warming… outer surface area which is expected to result in a lower uptake of the pesticide. Larvae that underwent autotomy exhibited a lower heat tolerance, which may also be explained by the reduced surface area and …Lizanne Janssens, Wilco Verberk, Robby StoksScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations17Readers
  60. Geochemistry and isotopic study of southern Bay of Bengal sediments: Implications for provenance and paleoenvironment during the middle Miocene… Himalayan sedimentary series (HHSS) throughout the middle Miocene. However, prior to initiation of the ISM, these sediments underwent meteoric alteration in the lowlands before deposition in the BoB. Our records suggest that sediments at ODP …Barnita Banerjee, S. Masood Ahmad, E. V.S.S.K. Babu, V. M. Padmakumari, S. Kumar Beja, M. Satyanarayanan, A. Keshav KrishnaPalaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations12Readers
  61. Response of lake-catchment processes to Holocene climate variability: Evidences from the NE Tibetan Plateau… of individual drainage systems and nearshore morphology. Aeolian deposits in the catchment were not always preserved and underwent re-mobilisation during succeeding episodes and/or erosion during phases of high water availability. Wetter climatic conditions …Dada Yan, Bernd Wünnemann, Yongzhan Zhang, Hao Long, Georg Stauch, Qianli Sun, Guangchao CaoQuaternary Science Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations6Readers
  62. Soft bottom benthos and responses to climate variation and eutrophication in SkagerrakSkagerrak has been subject to several anthropogenic influences over the past decades, with climate change and eutrophication being considered as the most serious and large-scale disturbance factors. The present study reports monitoring data from …Hilde Cecilie Trannum, Hege Gundersen, Eivind Oug, Brage Rygg, Kjell Magnus NorderhaugJournal of Sea Research (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations7Readers
  63. Site selection of urban wildlife sanctuaries for safeguarding indigenous biodiversity against increased predator pressuresBiodiversity loss in urban landscapes is a global challenge. Climate change is a major driving force behind biodiversity loss worldwide. Using Wellington, New Zealand as a research site, the aim of this research is to …Amin Rastandeh, Daniel K. Brown, Maibritt Pedersen ZariUrban Forestry and Urban Greening (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations24Readers
  64. Arctic kelp forests: Diversity, resilience and futureThe Arctic is one of the most rapidly changing places on Earth and it is a sentinel region for understanding the range and magnitude of planetary changes, and their impacts on ecosystems. However, our understanding …Karen Filbee-Dexter, Thomas Wernberg, Stein Fredriksen, Kjell Magnus Norderhaug, Morten Foldager PedersenGlobal and Planetary Change (2019)Sign In To View PDF3Citations35Readers
  65. Contaminants in Atlantic walruses in Svalbard part 1: Relationships between exposure, diet and pathogen prevalenceSophie E. Scotter, Morten Tryland, Ingebjørg H. Nymo, Linda Hanssen, Mikael Harju, Christian Lydersen, Kit M. Kovacs, Jörn Klein, Aaron T. Fisk, Heli RouttiEnvironmental Pollution (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations1Readers
  66. Harnessing cross-border resources to confront climate changeThe US and Mexico share a common history in many areas, including language and culture. They face ecological changes due to the increased frequency and severity of droughts and rising energy demands; trends that entail …Octavio Aburto-Oropeza, Andrew F. Johnson, Mickey Agha, Edith B. Allen, Michael F. Allen, Jesús Arellano González, Diego M. Arenas Moreno, Rodrigo Beas-Luna, Scott Butterfield, Gabriel Caetano, Jennifer E. Caselle, Gamaliel Castañeda Gaytán, Max C.N. Castorani, Linh Anh Cat, Kyle Cavanaugh, Jeffrey Q. Chambers, Robert D. Cooper, Nur Arafeh-Dalmau, Todd Dawson, Aníbal Díaz de la Vega Pérez, Joseph F.C. DiMento, Saúl Domínguez Guerrero, Matthew Edwards, Joshua R. Ennen, Hector Estrada-Medina, Natalia Fierro-Estrada, Héctor Gadsden, Patricia Galina-Tessaro, Paul M. Gibbons, Eric V. Goode, Morgan E. Gorris, Thomas Harmon, Susanna Hecht, Marco Antonio Heredia Fragoso, Alan Hernández-Solano, Danae Hernández-Cortés, Gustavo Hernández-Carmona, Scott Hillard, Raymond B. Huey, Matthew B. Hufford, G. Darrel Jenerette, Juan Jiménez-Osornio, Karla Joana López-Nava, Rafael A. Lara Reséndiz, Heather M. Leslie, Alejandro López-Feldman, Víctor H. Luja, Norberto Martínez Méndez, William J. Mautz, Josué Medellín-Azuara, Cristina Meléndez-Torres, Fausto R.Méndez de la Cruz, Fiorenza Micheli, Donald B. Miles, Giovanna Montagner, Gabriela Montaño-Moctezuma, Johannes Müller, Paulina Oliva, José Abraham Ortinez Álvarez, J. Pablo Ortiz-Partida, Julio Palleiro-Nayar, Víctor Hugo Páramo Figueroa, P. Ed Parnell, Peter Raimondi, Arturo Ramírez-Valdez, James T. Randerson, Daniel C. Reed, Meritxell Riquelme, Teresita Romero Torres, Philip C. Rosen, Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra, Victor Sánchez-Cordero, Samuel Sandoval-Solis, Juan Carlos Santos, Ruairidh Sawers, Barry Sinervo, Jack W. Sites, Oscar Sosa-Nishizaki, Travis Stanton, Jared R. Stapp, Joseph A.E. Stewart, Jorge Torre, Guillermo Torres-Moye, Kathleen K. Treseder, Jorge Valdez-Villavicencio, Fernando I. Valle Jiménez, Mercy Vaughn, Luke Welton, Michael F. Westphal, Guillermo Woolrich-Piña, Antonio Yunez-Naude, José A. Zertuche-González, J. Edward TaylorEnvironmental Science and Policy (2018)
  1. Effects of salinity on swimming performance and oxygen consumption rate of shiner perch Cymatogaster aggregataEnvironmental factors add constraints to organismal performance at their extremes, but support optimal performance at energetically beneficial conditions. In aquatic environments, salinity adds costs for ion transportation to the energetic budgets of osmoregulating animals, such …Emil A.F. Christensen, Björn Illing, Nina S. Iversen, Jacob L. Johansen, Paolo Domenici, John F. SteffensenJournal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations21Readers
  2. Life cycle assessment of garden waste management options including long-term emissions after land applicationA life cycle assessment (LCA) was performed on five garden waste treatment practices: the production of mature compost including the woody fraction (MCIW), the production of mature compost without the woody fraction (MCWW), the production …Marieke ten Hoeve, Sander Bruun, Lars S. Jensen, Thomas H. Christensen, Charlotte ScheutzWaste Management (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations10Readers
  3. Sub-lethal UV radiation during early life stages alters the behaviour, heart rate and oxidative stress parameters in zebrafish (Danio rerio)Environmental UV radiation in sufficient doses, as a possible consequence of climate change, is potent enough to affect living organisms with different outcomes, depending on the exposure life stage. The aim of this project was …Selma Hurem, Thomas W.K. Fraser, Tȃnia Gomes, Ian Mayer, Terje ChristensenEcotoxicology and Environmental Safety (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations4Readers
  4. Exploring the role of daily “modality styles” and urban structure in holidays and longer weekend trips: Travel behaviour of urban and peri-urban residents in Greater CopenhagenIn the course of climate change and sustainable development, changing travel behaviour marks a cornerstone towards reducing the negative impacts of CO 2 -emissions and resource exploitation. The differences in daily travel (e.g., commute …Juliane Große, Anton Stahl Olafsson, Trine Agervig Carstensen, Christian FertnerJournal of Transport Geography (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations25Readers
  5. Sensitivity of silage-maize to climate change in Denmark: A productivity analysis using impact response surfaceThe sensitivity of silage maize to changing climate in Denmark under varying Nitrogen (N) and undersown catch crop (CC) treatments was investigated using a process-based, soil-plant-atmosphere model; Farm Assesment Tool (FASSET), and …Isik Ozturk, Ib Sillebak Kristensen, Sanmohan BabyEuropean Journal of Agronomy (2018)
  1. Late Quaternary deglacial history across the Larsen B embayment, AntarcticaWe measured meteoric 10Be variation throughout a marine sediment core from the Larsen B embayment (LBE) of the Antarctic Peninsula, and collected in situ 10Be and 14C exposure ages on terrestrial glacial deposits from the …Ara Jeong, Jae Il Lee, Yeong Bae Seong, Greg Balco, Kyu Cheul Yoo, Ho Il Yoon, Eugene Domack, Hyun Hee Rhee, Byung Yong YuQuaternary Science Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations22Readers
  2. Life cycle assessment comparing the treatment of surplus activated sludge in a sludge treatment reed bed system with mechanical treatment on centrifugeIn Denmark, the conventional method for treating sewage sludge is mechanical dewatering and subsequent storage. However, sludge treatment reed bed systems, which are holistic sludge treatment facilities combining the dewatering, mineralisation and storage of sludge …Julie D. Larsen, Marieke ten Hoeve, Steen Nielsen, Charlotte ScheutzJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations11Readers
  3. Impact of climate change on energy use and bioclimatic design of residential buildings in the 21st century in ArgentinaClimate change will have great impacts on building’ energy consumption and design of future buildings should consider this situation. The aims of this research are to evaluate the impact of climate change on the energy …Silvana Flores-Larsen, Celina Filippín, Gustavo BareaEnergy and Buildings (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations20Readers
  4. Improvement of energy performance metrics for the retrofit of the built environment. Adaptation to climate change and mitigation of energy povertyEnergy retrofit of existing buildings was highlighted as an efficient massive action to decrease energy consumption and emissions of greenhouse gases. But, detecting the optimal retrofit strategies for groups of buildings is nowadays a highly …Celina Filippín, Silvana Flores Larsen, Florencia RicardEnergy and Buildings (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations46Readers
  5. Bioaccumulation of metals (Cd, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn) in suspended cultures of blue mussels exposed to different environmental conditionsFarming of suspended mussels is important for generating high protein food and animal feed or for removing nutrients in eutrophic systems. However, the harvested mussels must not be severely contaminated by pollutants posing a potential …Marie Maar, Martin Mørk Larsen, Ditte Tørring, Jens Kjerulf PetersenEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations26Readers
  6. Squandering Australia's food security—The environmental and economic costs of our unhealthy diet and the policy Path We're OnWhile historically Australia has been a major exporter of food commodities and is generally considered to be “food secure”, our inter-disciplinary modelling of Australia's food system and contemporary diet demonstrates that Australia is …Graham M. Turner, Kirsten A. Larsen, Seona Candy, Sue Ogilvy, Jaithri Ananthapavan, Marj Moodie, Sarah W. James, Sharon Friel, Chris J. Ryan, Mark A. LawrenceJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations40Readers
  7. Partitioning of ecosystem respiration in a beech forestTerrestrial ecosystem respiration (R eco ) represents a major component of the global carbon cycle. It consists of many sub-components, such as aboveground plant respiration and belowground root and microbial respiration, each of which may …Andreas Brændholt, Andreas Ibrom, Klaus Steenberg Larsen, Kim PilegaardAgricultural and Forest Meteorology (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations16Readers
  8. Food security and climate change: the case of rainfed maize production in MexicoClimate change has altered global rainfall amounts and seasonality. Rainfed crops are particularly dependent on foreseeable rainfall, thus yields of maize, wheat and sorghum have decreased globally. Rainfed maize is the cornerstone of the agriculture …Guillermo N. Murray-Tortarolo, Víctor J. Jaramillo, John LarsenAgricultural and Forest Meteorology (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations36Readers
  9. Land conservation can mitigate freshwater ecosystem services degradation due to climate change in a semiarid catchment: The case of the Portneuf River catchment, Idaho, USAThere is increasing evidence of environmental change impacts on freshwater ecosystem services especially through land use and climate change. However, little is known about how land conservation could help mitigate adverse water-sustainability impacts. In …Li Huang, Felix Haifeng Liao, Kathleen A. Lohse, Danelle M. Larson, Michail Fragkias, Donna L. Lybecker, Colden V. BaxterScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations13Readers
  10. Accounting for uncertainty in remotely-sensed measurements of river planform changeIncreased availability and resolution of remotely-sensed (RS) imagery of Earth's surface has greatly enhanced the precision, spatial extent, and temporal frequency at which we can analyze river channel migration and width changes. Despite …Mitchell Donovan, Patrick Belmont, Bastiaan Notebaert, Tyrel Coombs, Phillip Larson, Michael SouffrontEarth-Science Reviews (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations9Readers
  11. International organizations, advocacy coalitions, and domestication of global norms: Debates on climate change in Canada, the US, Brazil, and IndiaNational climate policies are shaped by international organizations (IOs) and global norms. Drawing from World Society Theory and the Advocacy Coalition Framework (ACF), we develop two related arguments: (1) one way in which IOs can …Anna Kukkonen, Tuomas Ylä-Anttila, Pradip Swarnakar, Jeffrey Broadbent, Myanna Lahsen, Mark C.J. StoddartEnvironmental Science and Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations40Readers
  12. Regional extinction risks for marine bony fishes occurring in the Persian/Arabian GulfThe Persian/Arabian Gulf (hereafter, ‘the Gulf’) is an environmentally extreme sea that is being increasingly affected by climate change and anthropogenic stressors, and concern is growing about the future of marine biodiversity in the …Jack R. Buchanan, Gina M. Ralph, Friedhelm Krupp, Heather Harwell, Mohamed Abdallah, Ebrahim Abdulqader, Mohsen Al-Husaini, James M. Bishop, John A. Burt, John H. Choat, Bruce B. Collette, David A. Feary, Stanley A. Hartmann, Yukio Iwatsuki, Farhad Kaymaram, Helen K. Larson, Keiichi Matsuura, Hiroyuki Motomura, Thomas Munroe, Barry Russell, William Smith-Vaniz, Jeffrey Williams, Kent E. CarpenterBiological Conservation (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations11Readers
  13. Loss of the Martian atmosphere to space: Present-day loss rates determined from MAVEN observations and integrated loss through timeObservations of the Mars upper atmosphere made from the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft have been used to determine the loss rates of gas from the upper atmosphere to space for a complete …B. M. Jakosky, D. Brain, M. Chaffin, S. Curry, J. Deighan, J. Grebowsky, J. Halekas, F. Leblanc, R. Lillis, J. G. Luhmann, L. Andersson, N. Andre, D. Andrews, D. Baird, D. Baker, J. Bell, M. Benna, D. Bhattacharyya, S. Bougher, C. Bowers, P. Chamberlin, J. Y. Chaufray, J. Clarke, G. Collinson, M. Combi, J. Connerney, K. Connour, J. Correira, K. Crabb, F. Crary, T. Cravens, M. Crismani, G. Delory, R. Dewey, G. DiBraccio, C. Dong, Y. Dong, P. Dunn, H. Egan, M. Elrod, S. England, F. Eparvier, R. Ergun, A. Eriksson, T. Esman, J. Espley, S. Evans, K. Fallows, X. Fang, M. Fillingim, C. Flynn, A. Fogle, C. Fowler, J. Fox, M. Fujimoto, P. Garnier, Z. Girazian, H. Groeller, J. Gruesbeck, O. Hamil, K. G. Hanley, T. Hara, Y. Harada, J. Hermann, M. Holmberg, G. Holsclaw, S. Houston, S. Inui, S. Jain, R. Jolitz, A. Kotova, T. Kuroda, D. Larson, Y. Lee, C. Lee, F. Lefevre, C. Lentz, D. Lo, R. Lugo, Y. J. Ma, P. Mahaffy, M. L. Marquette, Y. Matsumoto, M. Mayyasi, C. Mazelle, W. McClintock, J. McFadden, A. Medvedev, M. Mendillo, K. Meziane, Z. Milby, D. Mitchell, R. Modolo, F. Montmessin, A. Nagy, H. Nakagawa, C. Narvaez, K. Olsen, D. Pawlowski, W. Peterson, A. Rahmati, K. Roeten, N. Romanelli, S. Ruhunusiri, C. Russell, S. Sakai, N. Schneider, K. Seki, R. Sharrar, S. Shaver, D. E. Siskind, M. Slipski, Y. Soobiah, M. Steckiewicz, M. H. Stevens, I. Stewart, A. Stiepen, S. Stone, V. Tenishev, N. Terada, K. Terada, E. Thiemann, R. Tolson, G. Toth, J. Trovato, M. Vogt, T. Weber, P. Withers, S. Xu, R. Yelle, E. Yiğit, R. ZurekIcarus (2018)Sign In To View PDF11Citations19Readers
  14. Arsenic, iron and chloride in drinking water at primary school, Satkhira, Bangladesh… the primary schools were monitored from the seven Upazilas in Satkhira district, Bangladesh. The metal content, especially arsenic and iron in the tube wells water were analyzed by atomic absorption spectroscopy. Results indicate that arsenic …Md Aminur Rahman, Md Abul HashemPhysics and Chemistry of the Earth (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  15. Accumulation of arsenic, mercury and heavy metals in lacustrine sediment in relation to eutrophication: Impacts of sources and climate changeInformation on both the climate change and anthropogenic activities on lacustrine ecosystem is of crucial importance for understanding the current state and future development of lake systems. The sediment profiles of arsenic, mercury, other metals …Hanxiao Zhang, Shouliang Huo, Kevin M. Yeager, Beidou Xi, Jingtian Zhang, Zhuoshi He, Chunzi Ma, Fengchang WuEcological Indicators (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations17Readers
  16. Organic matter control on the distribution of arsenic in lake sediments impacted by ~ 65 years of gold ore processing in subarctic Canada… near Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, subarctic Canada, operated from 1938 to 2004 and released > 20,000 t of arsenic trioxide (As 2 O 3 ) to the environment through stack emissions. This release resulted in elevated arsenic …Jennifer M. Galloway, Graeme T. Swindles, Heather E. Jamieson, Michael Palmer, Michael B. Parsons, Hamed Sanei, Andrew L. Macumber, R. Timothy Patterson, Hendrik FalckScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF10Citations44Readers
  17. Biochemical responses and accumulation patterns of Mytilus galloprovincialis exposed to thermal stress and Arsenic contamination… increase, and the exposure to pollutants arising from human activities. The present study evaluated the impacts of Arsenic exposure (1 mg/L) and warming (21 °C) in Mytilus galloprovincialis, acting alone and in combination. Our …Francesca Coppola, Ângela Almeida, Bruno Henriques, Amadeu M.V.M. Soares, Etelvina Figueira, Eduarda Pereira, Rosa FreitasEcotoxicology and Environmental Safety (2018)Sign In To View PDF13Citations22Readers
  18. Suitability of the shallow water hydrothermal system at Ambitle Island (Papua New Guinea) to study the effect of high pCO 2 on coral reefs… CO 2 expose the coral reef to a seawater pH T between 7.6 and 7.7. Arsenic and silica were enriched by up to six times in surface seawater, while bottom concentrations were lower …T. Pichler, T. Biscéré, J. Kinch, M. Zampighi, F. Houlbrèque, R. Rodolfo-MetalpaMarine Pollution Bulletin (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations17Readers
  19. Metal fractionation in marine sediments acidified by enrichment of CO2: A risk assessment… contaminated sediments using sequential extraction procedures. The results showed that sediments from Huelva estuary registered concentrations of arsenic, copper, lead, and zinc that surpass the probable biological effect level established by international protocols. Zinc had …Manoela Romanó de Orte, Estefanía Bonnail, Aguasanta M. Sarmiento, Esther Bautista-Chamizo, M. Dolores Basallote, Inmaculada Riba, Ángel DelValls, José Miguel NietoMarine Pollution Bulletin (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations26Readers
  20. Comparative sensitivity of Crassostrea angulata and Crassostrea gigas embryo-larval development to As under varying salinity and temperature… climate change related stressors (e.g. salinity and temperature shifts) as well as to pollutants (e.g. arsenic), and therefore can represent the most important bottleneck that define populations’ survival in a changing environment. In …Anthony Moreira, Etelvina Figueira, Giovanni Libralato, Amadeu M.V.M. Soares, Marco Guida, Rosa FreitasMarine Environmental Research (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations17Readers
  21. Assessing the effects of seawater temperature and pH on the bioaccumulation of emerging chemical contaminants in marine bivalves… combined, on the bioaccumulation and elimination of emerging FRs (dechloranes 602, 603 and 604, and TBBPA), inorganic arsenic (iAs), and PFCs (PFOA and PFOS) in two estuarine bivalve species (Mytilus galloprovincialis and Ruditapes philippinarum). Overall …Ana Luísa Maulvault, Carolina Camacho, Vera Barbosa, Ricardo Alves, Patrícia Anacleto, Fabiola Fogaça, Christiaan Kwadijk, Michiel Kotterman, Sara C. Cunha, José O. Fernandes, Rie R. Rasmussen, Jens J. Sloth, Òscar Aznar-Alemany, Ethel Eljarrat, Damià Barceló, António MarquesEnvironmental Research (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations48Readers
  22. Analysis of daily streamflow complexity by Kolmogorov measures and Lyapunov exponentAnalysis of daily streamflow variability in space and time is important for water resources planning, development, and management. The natural variability of streamflow is being complicated by anthropogenic influences and climate change, which may introduce …Dragutin T. Mihailović, Emilija Nikolić-Đorić, Ilija Arsenić, Slavica Malinović-Milićević, Vijay P. Singh, Tatijana Stošić, Borko StošićPhysica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  23. Controlled burn and immediate mobilization of potentially toxic elements in soil, from a legacy mine site in Central Victoria, AustraliaConducting controlled burns in fire prone areas is an efficient and economic method for forest management, and provides relief from the incidence of high severity wild fires and the consequent damage to human property and …Joji Abraham, Kim Dowling, Singarayer FlorentineScience of the Total Environment (2018)
  1. Winter soil freeze-thaw cycles lead to reductions in soil microbial biomass and activity not compensated for by soil warmingAir temperatures are rising and the winter snowpack is getting thinner in many high-latitude and high-elevation ecosystems around the globe. Past studies show that soil warming accelerates microbial metabolism and stimulates soil carbon …Patrick O. Sorensen, Adrien C. Finzi, Marc André Giasson, Andrew B. Reinmann, Rebecca Sanders-DeMott, Pamela H. TemplerSoil Biology and Biochemistry (2018)Sign In To View PDF8Citations58Readers
  2. 25 years of elevation changes of the Greenland Ice Sheet from ERS, Envisat, and CryoSat-2 radar altimetryThe shape of the large ice sheets responds rapidly to climate change, making the elevation changes of these ice-covered regions an essential climate variable. Consistent, long time series of these elevation changes are of …Louise Sandberg Sørensen, Sebastian B. Simonsen, René Forsberg, Kirill Khvorostovsky, Rakia Meister, Marcus E. EngdahlEarth and Planetary Science Letters (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations25Readers
  3. Assessment of barriers and drivers for implementation of blue-green solutions in Swedish municipalitiesDue to increased urbanisation, and climate change, there have been calls for a more sustainable management of stormwater. Blue-green measures have been recognised as a sustainable solution and a necessary complement to pipe-bound …M. Wihlborg, J. Sörensen, J. Alkan OlssonJournal of Environmental Management (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations16Readers
  4. Marginal abatement cost curves for agricultural climate policy: State-of-the art, lessons learnt and future potentialCombatting climate change has risen to the top of the international policy discourse. Effective governance necessitates the generation of concise information on the costs-effectiveness of policy instruments aimed at reducing atmospheric greenhouse gas (GHG …Vera Eory, Sylvain Pellerin, Gema Carmona Garcia, Heikki Lehtonen, Ieva Licite, Hanna Mattila, Thøger Lund-Sørensen, John Muldowney, Dina Popluga, Lisbeth Strandmark, Rogier SchulteJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations53Readers
  5. Drivers of changing urban flood risk: A framework for actionThis study focuses on drivers for changing urban flood risk. We suggest a framework for guiding climate change adaptation action concerning flood risk and manageability in cities. The identified key drivers of changing flood hazard …R. Berndtsson, P. Becker, A. Persson, H. Aspegren, S. Haghighatafshar, K. Jönsson, R. Larsson, S. Mobini, M. Mottaghi, J. Nilsson, J. Nordström, P. Pilesjö, M. Scholz, C. Sternudd, J. Sörensen, K. TussupovaJournal of Environmental Management (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations21Readers
  6. Evidence for magma–evaporite interactions during the emplacement of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP) in BrazilMafic sills of the Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (CAMP) in Brazil are temporally linked to the end-Triassic extinction (ETE), one of the largest mass extinctions of the Phanerozoic. The sills were emplaced into the …Thea H. Heimdal, Sara Callegaro, Henrik H. Svensen, Morgan T. Jones, Egberto Pereira, Sverre PlankeEarth and Planetary Science Letters (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations15Readers
  7. Impacts and adaptation options for estuarine vegetation in a large cityClimate change adaptation options for natural systems are particularly challenging in high density urban settings. We model the vulnerability of estuarine vegetation (mangroves, saltmarshes and Casuarina forest) to sea-level rise in Australia's most …Kerrylee Rogers, Laura A. Mogensen, Peter Davies, Jeffrey Kelleway, Neil Saintilan, Geoff WithycombeLandscape and Urban Planning (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations16Readers
  8. Seroprevalence for Brucella spp. in Baltic ringed seals (Phoca hispida) and East Greenland harp (Pagophilus groenlandicus) and hooded (Cystophora cristata) sealsZoonotic infections transmitted from marine mammals to humans in the Baltic and European Arctic are of unknown significance, despite given considerable potential for transmission due to local hunt. Here we present results of an initial …Christian Sonne, Emilie Andersen-Ranberg, Elisabeth L. Rajala, Jørgen S. Agerholm, Eva Bonefeld-Jørgensen, Jean Pierre Desforges, Igor Eulaers, Bjørn M. Jenssen, Anders Koch, Aqqalu Rosing-Asvid, Ursula Siebert, Morten Tryland, Gert Mulvad, Tero Härkönen, Mario Acquarone, Erling S. Nordøy, Rune Dietz, Ulf MagnussonVeterinary Immunology and Immunopathology (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations24Readers
  9. Novel sedimentological fingerprints link shifting depositional processes to Holocene climate transitions in East GreenlandThe Arctic warms faster than any other region of our planet. Besides melting glaciers, thawing permafrost and decreasing sea-ice, this amplified response affects earth surface processes. This geomorphological expression of climate change may alter …Willem G.M. van der Bilt, Brice Rea, Matteo Spagnolo, Desiree L. Roerdink, Steffen L. Jørgensen, Jostein BakkeGlobal and Planetary Change (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations19Readers
  10. How can forage production in Nordic and Mediterranean Europe adapt to the challenges and opportunities arising from climate change?Climate change and its effects on grassland productivity vary across Europe. The Mediterranean and Nordic regions represent the opposite ends of a gradient of changes in temperature and precipitation patterns, with increasingly warmer and wetter …Ergon, G. Seddaiu, P. Korhonen, P. Virkajärvi, G. Bellocchi, M. Jørgensen, L. Østrem, D. Reheul, F. VolaireEuropean Journal of Agronomy (2018)
  1. Climate change impacts on agro-climatic indices derived from downscaled weather generator scenarios for eastern DenmarkThe agricultural sector supports the growing world population with food and successful crop production is highly dependent on the prevailing climatic conditions. A modelling analysis of projected future changes in agroclimatic conditions is presented for …Signe B. Rasmussen, Stephen Blenkinsop, Aidan Burton, Per Abrahamsen, Peter E. Holm, Søren HansenEuropean Journal of Agronomy (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations7Readers
  2. Climate change adaptation pathways: Synergies, contradictions and tradeoffs across scalesThe world's poor are frequently considered to be the most vulnerable to climate change (Niang et al., 2014), and thus most in need of adaptation to reduce the harms and risks climate change poses …Morey Burnham, Laura Vang Rasmussen, Zhao MaWorld Development (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations42Readers
  3. Teleconnection of atmospheric and oceanic climate anomalies with Australian weather patterns: a review of data availabilityThe quality and quantity of observed and reanalysed data influence the direction and accuracy of scientific research. This paper reviews the data available for the study of climate and weather patterns in Australia. A list …Jasmine B.D. Jaffrés, Chris Cuff, Cecily Rasmussen, Aimee S. HessonEarth-Science Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations29Readers
  4. Assessing the effects of seawater temperature and pH on the bioaccumulation of emerging chemical contaminants in marine bivalvesEmerging chemical contaminants [e.g. toxic metals speciation, flame retardants (FRs) and perfluorinated compounds (PFCs), among others], that have not been historically recognized as pollutants nor their toxicological hazards, are increasingly more present in the …Ana Luísa Maulvault, Carolina Camacho, Vera Barbosa, Ricardo Alves, Patrícia Anacleto, Fabiola Fogaça, Christiaan Kwadijk, Michiel Kotterman, Sara C. Cunha, José O. Fernandes, Rie R. Rasmussen, Jens J. Sloth, Òscar Aznar-Alemany, Ethel Eljarrat, Damià Barceló, António MarquesEnvironmental Research (2018)
  1. Interactive effects of ionizing radiation and climate change on the abundance of breeding birdsThe effects of ionizing radiation on living beings have been studied under lab conditions and in the field. The first approach may often lack in realism, while the second may lack rigorous experimental approaches. Because …Anders Pape Møller, Timothy A. MousseauEcological Indicators (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations8Readers
  2. Greening the operating roomBackground: Climate change will affect most populations in the next decades and put the health of billions of people at risk. Health care facilities represent a significant source of pollution around the world and contribute …Camila R. Guetter, Barbara J. Williams, Eliza Slama, Amanda Arrington, Marion C. Henry, Mecker G. Möller, Janet Elizabeth Tuttle-Newhall, Sharon Stein, Marie CrandallAmerican Journal of Surgery (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations7Readers
  3. Cryptic lineage differentiation among Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) in the northwest Indian OceanPhylogeography can provide insight into the potential for speciation and identify geographic regions and evolutionary processes associated with species richness and evolutionary endemism. In the marine environment, highly mobile species sometimes show structured patterns of …H. W.I. Gray, S. Nishida, A. J. Welch, A. E. Moura, S. Tanabe, M. S. Kiani, R. Culloch, L. Möller, A. Natoli, L. S. Ponnampalam, G. Minton, M. Gore, T. Collins, A. Willson, R. Baldwin, A. R. HoelzelMolecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations27Readers
  4. Essential coastal habitats for fish in the Baltic SeaMany coastal and offshore fish species are highly dependent on specific habitat types for population maintenance. In the Baltic Sea, shallow productive habitats in the coastal zone such as wetlands, vegetated flads/lagoons and sheltered …Patrik Kraufvelin, Zeynep Pekcan-Hekim, Ulf Bergström, Ann Britt Florin, Annukka Lehikoinen, Johanna Mattila, Timo Arula, Laura Briekmane, Elliot John Brown, Zuzanna Celmer, Justas Dainys, Henri Jokinen, Petra Kääriä, Meri Kallasvuo, Antti Lappalainen, Linas Lozys, Peter Möller, Alessandro Orio, Mehis Rohtla, Lauri Saks, Martin Snickars, Josianne Støttrup, Göran Sundblad, Imre Taal, Didzis Ustups, Aare Verliin, Markus Vetemaa, Helmut Winkler, Adam Wozniczka, Jens OlssonEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations38Readers
  5. Effect of the alien invasive bivalve Corbicula fluminea on the nutrient dynamics under climate change scenariosThe main aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of the alien invasive bivalve Corbicula fluminea (Müller, 1774) in the nutrient dynamics of temperate estuarine systems (oligohaline areas) under climate change scenarios. The …J. P. Coelho, A. I. Lillebø, D. Crespo, S. Leston, M. DolbethEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations18Readers
  6. Explicit wheat production model adjusted for semi-arid environmentsCurrent literature suggests that wheat production models are limited either to wide-scale or plot-based predictions ignoring pattern of habitat conditions and surficial hydrological processes. We present here a high-spatial resolution (50 m …Ofir Miller, David Helman, Tal Svoray, Efrat Morin, David J. BonfilField Crops Research (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  7. Mining, time and protest: Dealing with waiting in German coal mine planningThree villages in East Germany have been in a stage of waiting for the Jänschwalde-Nord coal mine since 2007. Through opening the mine planning procedure, the mining company implied a nexus of coal-time …Katja MüllerExtractive Industries and Society (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations6Readers
  8. Addressing health and equity in residential low carbon transitions – Insights from a pragmatic retrofit evaluation in AustraliaHealth and equity present obligations and currently under-realised opportunities in low carbon transitions. Energy efficiency improvements of homes may benefit health and access to affordable energy, yet better knowledge about contextual mechanisms and household …Nicola Willand, Cecily Maller, Ian RidleyEnergy Research and Social Science (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations7Readers
  9. Estimation of groundwater recharge via percolation outputs from a rainfall/runoff model for the Verlorenvlei estuarine system, west coast, South AfricaWetlands are conservation priorities worldwide, due to their high biodiversity and productivity, but are under threat from agricultural and climate change stresses. To improve the water management practices and resource allocation in these complex systems …Andrew Watson, Jodie Miller, Melanie Fleischer, Willem de ClercqJournal of Hydrology (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations21Readers
  10. SuMoToRI model simulations for optimizing sulphur fertilization in oilseed rape in the context of increased spring temperaturesFor the last few decades, environmental policies have led to drastic reduction in sulphur (S)-containing industrial emissions leading to reduced S inputs into the soil. This is of concern for oilseed rape (Brassica napus …E. Poisson, A. Mollier, J. Trouverie, J. C. Avice, S. Brunel-MuguetEuropean Journal of Agronomy (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations10Readers
  11. GHG Emissions and the Rural-Urban Divide. A Carbon Footprint Analysis Based on the German Official Income and Expenditure SurveyWill climate change be mitigated automatically by ongoing processes of urbanization as proposed by the “dense cities” hypothesis? Our answer is based on the German official income and expenditure survey (EVS) of 2013, which allow …Bernhard Gill, Simon MoellerEcological Economics (2018)Sign In To View PDF11Citations41Readers
  12. Sustainability perspectives and spatial patterns of multiple ecosystem services in the Venice lagoon: Possible roles in the implementation of the EU Water Framework DirectiveThe multiple ecosystem services (ES) co-produced by social-ecological systems include ES directly resulting from ecosystem functioning, and ES mediated by human activities, which can have negative effects on the system and on the …Silvia Rova, Felix Müller, Patrick Meire, Fabio PranoviEcological Indicators (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations18Readers
  13. Synergistic effect of the occurrence of African dust outbreaks on atmospheric pollutant levels in the Madrid metropolitan areaThe occurrence of African dust outbreaks over specific areas of the Mediterranean basin has been associated with increases in the PM 10 concentration levels and also in the mortality rates. Different hypothesis have been proposed …Pedro Salvador, Francisco Molero, Alfonso Javier Fernandez, Aurelio Tobías, Marco Pandolfi, Francisco Javier Gómez-Moreno, Marcos Barreiro, Noemí Pérez, Isabel Martínez Marco, María Aránzazu Revuelta, Xavier Querol, Begoña ArtíñanoAtmospheric Research (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations2Readers
  14. The bridge between precipitation and temperature – Pressure Change Events: Modeling future non-stationary precipitationAnthropogenic warming may change precipitation patterns, impacting infrastructure performance and reliability. Future precipitation statistics generated using General Circulation Models (GCM) are, however, often biased and not easily applied to problems such as runoff estimation. Stochastic …Ziwen Yu, Stephanie Miller, Franco Montalto, Upmanu LallJournal of Hydrology (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations13Readers
  15. Future precipitation variability during the early rainfall season in the El Yunque National ForestEl Yunque National Forest, situated in the Luquillo Mountains of northeast Puerto Rico, is home to a wide range of climate-sensitive ecosystems and forest types. In particular, these ecosystems are highly sensitive to changes …Craig A. Ramseyer, Paul W. Miller, Thomas L. MoteScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations7Readers
  16. Eutrophication may compromise the resilience of the Red Sea coral Stylophora pistillata to global changeEnvironmental stressors are adversely affecting coral reef ecosystems. There is ample evidence that scleractinian coral growth and physiology may be compromised by reduced pH, and elevated temperature, and that this is exacerbated by local environmental …Emily R. Hall, Erinn M. Muller, Tamar Goulet, Jessica Bellworthy, Kimberly B. Ritchie, Maoz FineMarine Pollution Bulletin (2018)Sign In To View PDF7Citations44Readers
  17. How have daily climate extremes changed in the recent past over northeastern Argentina?Changes in climate extremes affect socioeconomics and natural systems in northeastern Argentina (NEA) and may increase its vulnerability leading to unprecedented disasters. This study investigates the long-term changes and interannual variability of daily temperature …Miguel A. Lovino, Omar V. Müller, Ernesto H. Berbery, Gabriela V. MüllerGlobal and Planetary Change (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations22Readers
  18. Mineral raw material requirements and associated climate-change impacts of the French energy transition by 2050In France, significant investments regarding renewable energy power plants will be required in future years in order to attain targets set by French and European regulations. This study aims i) at quantifying the requirements for …Antoine Beylot, Dominique Guyonnet, Stéphanie Muller, Stéphane Vaxelaire, Jacques VilleneuveJournal of Cleaner Production (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations16Readers
  19. A Petri net modeling approach to explore the temporal dynamics of the provision of multiple ecosystem servicesThe representation of the temporal dynamics of ecosystem services (ES) is a crucial research frontier in the field of ES modeling. In fact, most current ES models focus on static ES assessments, that need to …Silvia Rova, Patrick Meire, Felix Müller, Marta Simeoni, Fabio PranoviScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF2Citations9Readers
  20. Silicon regulation of soil organic carbon stabilization and its potential to mitigate climate changeThe terrestrial biogeochemical silicon (Si) cycle may significantly influence the stabilization of soil organic carbon (SOC), and thus plays an important role in regulating the global carbon (C) balance and climate change. Processes involved in …Zhaoliang Song, Congqiang Liu, Karin Müller, Xiaomin Yang, Yuntao Wu, Hailong WangEarth-Science Reviews (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations24Readers
  21. Tourist responses to climate change: Potential impacts and adaptation in Florida's coastal destinationsFlorida, one of the world's most visited tourist destinations, holds one of the most vulnerable positions as a result of climate change. Through a quantitative survey, this study gathered the responses of 432 tourists …Roberta Atzori, Alan Fyall, Graham MillerTourism Management (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations36Readers
  22. A meta-analysis of soil background N2O emissions from croplands in China shows variation among climatic zonesNitrous oxide (N2O) is one of the most important and persistent greenhouse gases, however, there is a lack of accurate data on soil background N2O emissions (BNE) from agricultural land. Calculations of N2O emission factors …Garba Aliyu, Alberto Sanz-Cobena, Christoph Müller, Mohammad Zaman, Jiafa Luo, Deyan Liu, Junji Yuan, Zengming Chen, Yuhui Niu, Aisha Arowolo, Weixin DingAgriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations16Readers
  23. Perceptions on greywater reuse for home gardening activities in two rural villages of Fetakgomo Local Municipality, South AfricaGreywater reuse has been adopted worldwide as an alternative source to freshwater and has been found to contribute to the household food supply. In this study, we assess the greywater reuse for home gardening in …Makgalake P. Radingoana, Timothy Dube, Margaret H.N. Mollel, Josephine M. LetsoaloPhysics and Chemistry of the Earth (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations2Readers
  24. Depth-dependent response of soil aggregates and soil organic carbon content to long-term elevated CO2 in a temperate grassland soilFacing rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations, subsoils may play an important role in the global carbon (C) cycle due to the presence of unsaturated mineral surfaces. Further, macroaggregation is considered a crucial process influencing C sequestration …L. Keidel, K. Lenhart, G. Moser, C. MüllerSoil Biology and Biochemistry (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations22Readers
  25. Quantifying the response of wheat yields to heat stress: The role of the experimental setupPrevious studies suggested a wide range of sensitivities of wheat yields to heat stress around anthesis. The aim of this study was to improve the understanding of the reasons of the disagreement by testing the …Ehsan Eyshi Rezaei, Stefan Siebert, Remy Manderscheid, Johannes Müller, Amirhossein Mahrookashani, Brigitte Ehrenpfordt, Josephine Haensch, Hans Joachim Weigel, Frank EwertField Crops Research (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations31Readers
  26. Comparing experts and novices in Martian surface feature change detection and identificationChange detection in satellite images is a key concern of the Earth Observation field for environmental and climate change monitoring. Satellite images also provide important clues to both the past and present surface conditions of …Jessica Wardlaw, James Sprinks, Robert Houghton, Jan Peter Muller, Panagiotis Sidiropoulos, Steven Bamford, Stuart MarshInternational Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations19Readers
  27. Progress in modelling agricultural impacts of and adaptations to climate changeModelling is a key tool to explore agricultural impacts of and adaptations to climate change. Here we report recent progress made especially referring to the large project initiatives MACSUR and AgMIP; in particular, in modelling …R. P. Rötter, M. P. Hoffmann, M. Koch, C. MüllerCurrent Opinion in Plant Biology (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations70Readers
  28. Counteractive effects of increased temperature and pCO2 on the thickness and chemistry of the carapace of juvenile blue crab, Callinectes sapidus, from the Patuxent River, Chesapeake BayExoskeletons are central to the physiology and survival of marine invertebrates, but future increases in the temperature and pCO2 of the marine environment may alter the biomineralization processes involved in their formation. Thus, it is …Hillary Lane Glandon, K. Halimeda Kilbourne, Johan Schijf, Thomas J. MillerJournal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations18Readers
  29. Atmospheric observation-based estimation of fossil fuel CO 2 emissions from regions of central and southern CaliforniaCombustion of fossil fuel is the dominant source of greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere in California. Here, we describe radiocarbon ( 14 CO 2 ) measurements and atmospheric inverse modeling to estimate fossil fuel CO 2 …Xinguang Cui, Sally Newman, Xiaomei Xu, Arlyn E. Andrews, John Miller, Scott Lehman, Seongeun Jeong, Jingsong Zhang, Chad Priest, Mixtli Campos-Pineda, Kevin R. Gurney, Heather Graven, John Southon, Marc L. FischerScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations4Readers
  30. An 8500-year palynological record of vegetation, climate change and human activity in the Bosten Lake region of Northwest ChinaPalynological dataset for the XBWu-46 sediment core extracted from Bosten Lake at the south-eastern end of the Tian Shan, Northwest China, contains a climate record divided into three major intervals: a period of …Pavel E. Tarasov, Dieter Demske, Christian Leipe, Tengwen Long, Stefanie Müller, Philipp Hoelzmann, Mayke WagnerPalaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations4Readers
  31. The effects of forest restoration on ecosystem carbon in western North America: A systematic reviewEcological restoration has become an overarching management paradigm for sustaining the health and resilience of forests across western North America. Restoration often involves mechanical thinning to promote development of complex habitats in moist, productive forests …Jason N. James, Norah Kates, Catherine D. Kuhn, Caitlin E. Littlefield, Colton W. Miller, Jonathan D. Bakker, David E. Butman, Ryan D. HaugoForest Ecology and Management (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations36Readers
  32. The relationship between indoor and outdoor temperature in warm and cool seasons in houses in Brisbane, AustraliaThe study aimed to identify diurnal indoor temperature patterns and quantify the impact of outdoor on indoor temperature as well as of other modifying factors. Indoor and outdoor temperatures of 77 houses in Brisbane, Australia …A. B. Asumadu-Sakyi, A. G. Barnett, P. Thai, E. R. Jayaratne, W. Miller, M. H. Thompson, R. Roghani, L. MorawskaEnergy and Buildings (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations8Readers
  33. The roles of climate and human land-use in the late Holocene rainforest crisis of Central AfricaThere is increasing evidence that abrupt vegetation shifts and large-scale erosive phases occurred in Central Africa during the third millennium before present. Debate exists as to whether these events were caused by climate change …Germain Bayon, Enno Schefuß, Lydie Dupont, Alberto V. Borges, Bernard Dennielou, Thibault Lambert, Gesine Mollenhauer, Laurence Monin, Emmanuel Ponzevera, Charlotte Skonieczny, Luc AndréEarth and Planetary Science Letters (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations9Readers
  34. Climatic variability and thermal stress in Pakistan's rice and wheat systems: A stochastic frontier and quantile regression analysis of economic efficiencySouth Asia is the world's most poverty-dense region, where climate change and climate variability are expected to result in increased heat stress and erratic precipitation patterns that affect agricultural productivity. Considerable evidence has …Muhammad Arshad, T. S. Amjath-Babu, Sreejith Aravindakshan, Timothy J. Krupnik, Verena Toussaint, Harald Kächele, Klaus MüllerEcological Indicators (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations40Readers
  35. Relationships between home ventilation rates and respiratory health in the Colorado Home Energy Efficiency and Respiratory Health (CHEER) studyBackground: As societies adopt green building practices to reduce energy expenditures and emissions that contribute to climate change, it is important to consider how such building design changes influence health. These practices typically focus on …Elizabeth J. Carlton, Kelsey Barton, Prateek Man Shrestha, Jamie Humphrey, Lee S. Newman, John L. Adgate, Elisabeth Root, Shelly MillerEnvironmental Research (2019)Sign In To View PDF4Citations19Readers
  36. Diverse responses of belowground internal nitrogen cycling to increasing aridityBelowground microbial nitrogen (N) processes play key roles in regulating terrestrial ecosystem services such as vegetation production, however, our understanding of their responses to climate change remains limited. We determined patterns and controls of five …Dan Kou, Yunfeng Peng, Guanqin Wang, Jinzhi Ding, Yongliang Chen, Guibiao Yang, Kai Fang, Li Liu, Beibei Zhang, Christoph Müller, Jinbo Zhang, Yuanhe YangSoil Biology and Biochemistry (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations20Readers
  37. Climate change impact on Mexico wheat productionWheat is one of the most important cereal crops in Mexico, but the impact of future climate change on production is not known. To quantify the impact of future climate change together with its uncertainty …Ixchel M. Hernandez-Ochoa, Senthold Asseng, Belay T. Kassie, Wei Xiong, Ricky Robertson, Diego Notelo Luz Pequeno, Kai Sonder, Matthew Reynolds, Md Ali Babar, Anabel Molero Milan, Gerrit HoogenboomAgricultural and Forest Meteorology (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations40Readers
  38. Salinization in large river deltas: Drivers, impacts and socio-hydrological feedbacksSalinization of freshwater and soils is a global phenomenon that adversely affects 500 million people, particularly in low-lying river deltas. Impacts of salinity on food and water security and agricultural livelihoods are well documented …M. M. Rahman, G. Penny, M. S. Mondal, M. H. Zaman, A. Kryston, M. Salehin, Q. Nahar, M. S. Islam, D. Bolster, J. L. Tank, M. F. MüllerWater Security (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations17Readers
  39. Harnessing cross-border resources to confront climate changeThe US and Mexico share a common history in many areas, including language and culture. They face ecological changes due to the increased frequency and severity of droughts and rising energy demands; trends that entail …Octavio Aburto-Oropeza, Andrew F. Johnson, Mickey Agha, Edith B. Allen, Michael F. Allen, Jesús Arellano González, Diego M. Arenas Moreno, Rodrigo Beas-Luna, Scott Butterfield, Gabriel Caetano, Jennifer E. Caselle, Gamaliel Castañeda Gaytán, Max C.N. Castorani, Linh Anh Cat, Kyle Cavanaugh, Jeffrey Q. Chambers, Robert D. Cooper, Nur Arafeh-Dalmau, Todd Dawson, Aníbal Díaz de la Vega Pérez, Joseph F.C. DiMento, Saúl Domínguez Guerrero, Matthew Edwards, Joshua R. Ennen, Hector Estrada-Medina, Natalia Fierro-Estrada, Héctor Gadsden, Patricia Galina-Tessaro, Paul M. Gibbons, Eric V. Goode, Morgan E. Gorris, Thomas Harmon, Susanna Hecht, Marco Antonio Heredia Fragoso, Alan Hernández-Solano, Danae Hernández-Cortés, Gustavo Hernández-Carmona, Scott Hillard, Raymond B. Huey, Matthew B. Hufford, G. Darrel Jenerette, Juan Jiménez-Osornio, Karla Joana López-Nava, Rafael A. Lara Reséndiz, Heather M. Leslie, Alejandro López-Feldman, Víctor H. Luja, Norberto Martínez Méndez, William J. Mautz, Josué Medellín-Azuara, Cristina Meléndez-Torres, Fausto R.Méndez de la Cruz, Fiorenza Micheli, Donald B. Miles, Giovanna Montagner, Gabriela Montaño-Moctezuma, Johannes Müller, Paulina Oliva, José Abraham Ortinez Álvarez, J. Pablo Ortiz-Partida, Julio Palleiro-Nayar, Víctor Hugo Páramo Figueroa, P. Ed Parnell, Peter Raimondi, Arturo Ramírez-Valdez, James T. Randerson, Daniel C. Reed, Meritxell Riquelme, Teresita Romero Torres, Philip C. Rosen, Jeffrey Ross-Ibarra, Victor Sánchez-Cordero, Samuel Sandoval-Solis, Juan Carlos Santos, Ruairidh Sawers, Barry Sinervo, Jack W. Sites, Oscar Sosa-Nishizaki, Travis Stanton, Jared R. Stapp, Joseph A.E. Stewart, Jorge Torre, Guillermo Torres-Moye, Kathleen K. Treseder, Jorge Valdez-Villavicencio, Fernando I. Valle Jiménez, Mercy Vaughn, Luke Welton, Michael F. Westphal, Guillermo Woolrich-Piña, Antonio Yunez-Naude, José A. Zertuche-González, J. Edward TaylorEnvironmental Science and Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations58Readers
  40. Earthworms modulate the effects of climate warming on the taxon richness of soil meso- and macrofauna in an agricultural systemAnthropogenic climate change is altering the functioning of terrestrial ecosystems. Agricultural systems are particularly vulnerable to climate change as they are frequently disturbed by intensified management practices. This also threatens belowground organisms that are responsible …Julia Siebert, Nico Eisenhauer, Christian Poll, Sven Marhan, Michael Bonkowski, Jes Hines, Robert Koller, Liliane Ruess, Madhav P. ThakurAgriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (2019)
  1. Nutrient availability affects carbon turnover and microbial physiology differently in topsoil and subsoil under a temperate grasslandIncreasing subsoil organic carbon (C) inputs could potentially mitigate climate change by sequestering atmospheric CO2. Yet, microbial turnover and stabilization of labile C in subsoils are regulated by complex mechanisms including the availability of nitrogen …Zhi Liang, Jørgen Eivind Olesen, Johannes Lund Jensen, Lars ElsgaardGeoderma (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations21Readers
  2. Projections of future soil temperature in northeast IranSoil temperature (Ts) is an important meteorological variable that noticeably impacts ecology, agriculture, and hydrology. In contrast to air temperature, there has been little focus on the projection of Ts in the future under climate …Alireza Araghi, Jan Adamowski, Christopher J. Martinez, Jørgen Eivind OlesenGeoderma (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations3Readers
  3. Acclimation to higher VPD and temperature minimized negative effects on assimilation and grain yield of wheatAdapting to climate change and minimizing its negative impact on crop production requires detailed understanding of the direct and indirect effects of different climate variables (i.e. temperature, VPD). We investigated the direct (via heat …Muhammad Adil Rashid, Mathias Neumann Andersen, Bernd Wollenweber, Xiying Zhang, Jørgen Eivind OlesenAgricultural and Forest Meteorology (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations23Readers
  4. Greenhouse gas emissions during storage of manure and digestates: Key role of methane for prediction and mitigationTreatment of liquid manure and other wastes by anaerobic digestion (AD) adds to renewable energy targets, and it is thus a favorable strategy for greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation. Both untreated manure and digestates are typically …Khagendra R. Baral, Guillaume Jégo, Barbara Amon, Roland Bol, Martin H. Chantigny, Jørgen E. Olesen, Søren O. PetersenAgricultural Systems (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations27Readers
  5. Impact of heat-wave at high and low VPD on photosynthetic components of wheat and their recoveryIndirect effects of high temperature through increased vapor pressure deficit (VPD) are vital but often ignored in climate impact studies. We investigated the direct (via heat) and indirect (via VPD) effects of a post-anthesis …Muhammad Adil Rashid, Mathias Neumann Andersen, Bernd Wollenweber, Kirsten Kørup, Xiying Zhang, Jørgen Eivind OlesenEnvironmental and Experimental Botany (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations20Readers
  6. Increased chemical stability but decreased physical protection of soil organic carbon in response to nutrient amendment in a Tibetan alpine meadow… nutrient amendment decreased the aliphaticity but enhanced aromaticity of SOC. Structural equation models indicated that P availability (Olsen-P content) was most related to shifts in microbial community composition and decreased enzyme activities. Moreover, the …Dingyu Shen, Chenglong Ye, Zhengkun Hu, Xiaoyun Chen, Hui Guo, Junyong Li, Guozhen Du, Sina Adl, Manqiang LiuSoil Biology and Biochemistry (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations20Readers
  7. Improving environmental performance of post-harvest supply chains of fruits and vegetables in Europe: Potential contribution from ultrasonic humidificationPost-harvest losses of fruits and vegetables during refrigerated storage, transportation and retail are an important contributor to total environmental impacts of food supply chains in Europe. Ultrasonic humidification can reduce these post-harvest losses …Serena Fabbri, Stig Irving Olsen, Mikołaj OwsianiakJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations45Readers
  8. The dioecious Populus tremula displays interactive effects of temperature and ultraviolet-B along a natural gradientObserved and projected warming has provoked research interest on tree phenology in relation to climate. While both ultraviolet-B (UV-B) radiation and warming has been shown to affect growth and development in plants, the …Christian B. Strømme, Riitta Julkunen-Tiitto, Jorunn E. Olsen, Line NybakkenEnvironmental and Experimental Botany (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations16Readers
  9. Life cycle assessment of nanoadsorbents at early stage technological developmentIncreasing pressure to the environment due to human activities manifests the necessity of applying new approaches to determine the environmental impact of a new product before scale-up. Nanoadsorbents as an emerging product and a …Ali Kazemi, Nader Bahramifar, Akbar Heydari, Stig Irving OlsenJournal of Cleaner Production (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations21Readers
  10. Loss of the Martian atmosphere to space: Present-day loss rates determined from MAVEN observations and integrated loss through timeObservations of the Mars upper atmosphere made from the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) spacecraft have been used to determine the loss rates of gas from the upper atmosphere to space for a complete …B. M. Jakosky, D. Brain, M. Chaffin, S. Curry, J. Deighan, J. Grebowsky, J. Halekas, F. Leblanc, R. Lillis, J. G. Luhmann, L. Andersson, N. Andre, D. Andrews, D. Baird, D. Baker, J. Bell, M. Benna, D. Bhattacharyya, S. Bougher, C. Bowers, P. Chamberlin, J. Y. Chaufray, J. Clarke, G. Collinson, M. Combi, J. Connerney, K. Connour, J. Correira, K. Crabb, F. Crary, T. Cravens, M. Crismani, G. Delory, R. Dewey, G. DiBraccio, C. Dong, Y. Dong, P. Dunn, H. Egan, M. Elrod, S. England, F. Eparvier, R. Ergun, A. Eriksson, T. Esman, J. Espley, S. Evans, K. Fallows, X. Fang, M. Fillingim, C. Flynn, A. Fogle, C. Fowler, J. Fox, M. Fujimoto, P. Garnier, Z. Girazian, H. Groeller, J. Gruesbeck, O. Hamil, K. G. Hanley, T. Hara, Y. Harada, J. Hermann, M. Holmberg, G. Holsclaw, S. Houston, S. Inui, S. Jain, R. Jolitz, A. Kotova, T. Kuroda, D. Larson, Y. Lee, C. Lee, F. Lefevre, C. Lentz, D. Lo, R. Lugo, Y. J. Ma, P. Mahaffy, M. L. Marquette, Y. Matsumoto, M. Mayyasi, C. Mazelle, W. McClintock, J. McFadden, A. Medvedev, M. Mendillo, K. Meziane, Z. Milby, D. Mitchell, R. Modolo, F. Montmessin, A. Nagy, H. Nakagawa, C. Narvaez, K. Olsen, D. Pawlowski, W. Peterson, A. Rahmati, K. Roeten, N. Romanelli, S. Ruhunusiri, C. Russell, S. Sakai, N. Schneider, K. Seki, R. Sharrar, S. Shaver, D. E. Siskind, M. Slipski, Y. Soobiah, M. Steckiewicz, M. H. Stevens, I. Stewart, A. Stiepen, S. Stone, V. Tenishev, N. Terada, K. Terada, E. Thiemann, R. Tolson, G. Toth, J. Trovato, M. Vogt, T. Weber, P. Withers, S. Xu, R. Yelle, E. Yiğit, R. ZurekIcarus (2018)
  1. Footprints from the past: The influence of past human activities on vegetation and soil across five archaeological sites in GreenlandClimate change has irrevocable consequences for the otherwise well-preserved archaeological deposits in the Arctic. Vegetation changes are expected to impact archaeological sites, but currently the effects are poorly understood. In this article we investigate …Rasmus Fenger-Nielsen, Jørgen Hollesen, Henning Matthiesen, Emil Alexander Sherman Andersen, Andreas Westergaard-Nielsen, Hans Harmsen, Anders Michelsen, Bo ElberlingScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations12Readers
  2. Stay or go – how topographic complexity influences alpine plant population and community responses to climate changeIn the face of climate change, populations have two survival options − they can remain in situ and tolerate the new climatic conditions (“stay”), or they can move to track their climatic niches (“go”). For sessile …Bente J. Graae, Vigdis Vandvik, W. Scott Armbruster, Wolf L. Eiserhardt, Jens Christian Svenning, Kristoffer Hylander, Johan Ehrlén, James D.M. Speed, Kari Klanderud, Kari Anne Bråthen, Ann Milbau, Øystein H. Opedal, Inger G. Alsos, Rasmus Ejrnæs, Hans Henrik Bruun, H. John B. Birks, Kristine B. Westergaard, Hilary H. Birks, Jonathan LenoirPerspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics (2018)
  1. Footprints from the past: The influence of past human activities on vegetation and soil across five archaeological sites in GreenlandClimate change has irrevocable consequences for the otherwise well-preserved archaeological deposits in the Arctic. Vegetation changes are expected to impact archaeological sites, but currently the effects are poorly understood. In this article we investigate …Rasmus Fenger-Nielsen, Jørgen Hollesen, Henning Matthiesen, Emil Alexander Sherman Andersen, Andreas Westergaard-Nielsen, Hans Harmsen, Anders Michelsen, Bo ElberlingScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF1Citations12Readers
  2. Stay or go – how topographic complexity influences alpine plant population and community responses to climate changeIn the face of climate change, populations have two survival options − they can remain in situ and tolerate the new climatic conditions (“stay”), or they can move to track their climatic niches (“go”). For sessile …Bente J. Graae, Vigdis Vandvik, W. Scott Armbruster, Wolf L. Eiserhardt, Jens Christian Svenning, Kristoffer Hylander, Johan Ehrlén, James D.M. Speed, Kari Klanderud, Kari Anne Bråthen, Ann Milbau, Øystein H. Opedal, Inger G. Alsos, Rasmus Ejrnæs, Hans Henrik Bruun, H. John B. Birks, Kristine B. Westergaard, Hilary H. Birks, Jonathan LenoirPerspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics (2018)

The sociological imagination in a time of climate change

Despite rising calls for social science knowledge in the face of climate change, too few sociologists have been engaged in the conversations about how we have arrived at such perilous climatic circumstances, or how society …Kari Marie NorgaardGlobal and Planetary Change (2018)

  1. DNA barcoding to promote social awareness and identity of neglected, underutilized plant species having valuable nutritional properties… leaves and fruit) and related processed products that can be distributed at the local or global scale. DNA-based techniques can help achieve this mission. In particular, the DNA barcoding approach has gained a role …Ausilia Campanaro, Nicola Tommasi, Lorenzo Guzzetti, Andrea Galimberti, Ilaria Bruni, Massimo LabraFood Research International (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations24Readers
  2. Flow cytometry analysis of low/high DNA content (LNA/HNA) bacteria as bioindicator of water quality evaluation… of this study was to use the scoring by flow cytometry (FCM) of bacterial communities with high DNA content (HNA) and low DNA content (LNA), a fast and easy methodology, as bioindicators. To portray this …Martha Santos, Helena Oliveira, Joana L. Pereira, Mário J. Pereira, Fernando J.M. Gonçalves, Tânia VidalEcological Indicators (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations4Readers
  3. CO 2 leakage simulation: Effects of the decreasing pH to the survival and reproduction of two crustacean species… were tested: artificial seawater without CO 2 injection and two levels of reduced pH. Even though RNA:DNA ratio was reduced for both species, no statistical significant differences were found between the control and the …M. Conradi, J. E. Sánchez-Moyano, A. Galotti, F. Jiménez-Gómez, R. Jiménez-Melero, F. Guerrero, G. Parra, E. Bonnail, T. DelVallsMarine Pollution Bulletin (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations1Readers
  4. On the association of giant short-faced bear (Arctodus simus) and brown bear (Ursus arctos) in late Pleistocene North America… We describe fossil remains of both genera from Pellucidar Cave, Vancouver Island, Canada. Analyses of ancient mitochondrial DNA support the identifications of post-cranial brown bear specimens and assign these bears to Clade 4. Our …Martina L. Steffen, Tara L. FultonGeobios (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations15Readers
  5. Effects of elevated ground-level ozone on paddy soil bacterial community and assembly mechanisms across four years… change, as well as our ability to predict future trajectory. For this purpose, we have collected soil DNA samples (eO 3 vs. Ambient, each having 36 samples) over four years. Our results have verified the …Jianwei Zhang, Haoye Tang, Jianguo Zhu, Xiangui Lin, Youzhi FengScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations9Readers
  6. A 43 kyr record of protist communities and their response to oxygen minimum zone variability in the Northeastern Arabian Sea… interactions is mainly limited to fossilized species, notably foraminifera. Here, we provide a first comprehensive ancient sedimentary DNA record of both fossilizing and non-fossilizing protists and their response to OMZ variability in the NE …Kuldeep D. More, William D. Orsi, Valier Galy, Liviu Giosan, Lijun He, Kliti Grice, Marco J.L. CoolenEarth and Planetary Science Letters (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations11Readers
  7. Compounding effects of human development and a natural food shortage on a black bear population along a human development-wildland interface… dynamics of a black bear population in the vicinity of Durango, Colorado. We integrated 4 years of DNA-based capture-mark-recapture data with GPS-based telemetry data to evaluate the combined effects of human …Jared S. Laufenberg, Heather E. Johnson, Paul F. Doherty, Stewart W. BreckBiological Conservation (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations27Readers
  8. International organizations, advocacy coalitions, and domestication of global norms: Debates on climate change in Canada, the US, Brazil, and India… in national policy debates and the coalitions that support and oppose them, we use discourse network analysis (DNA) on over 3500 statements in 11 newspapers in Canada, the United States (US), Brazil, and India. We …Anna Kukkonen, Tuomas Ylä-Anttila, Pradip Swarnakar, Jeffrey Broadbent, Myanna Lahsen, Mark C.J. StoddartEnvironmental Science and Policy (2018)Sign In To View PDF2Citations40Readers
  9. The impact of post-fire salvage logging on microbial nitrogen cyclers in Mediterranean forest soil… cycling. The abundance of nitrogen cyclers was assessed by quantification of microbial nitrogen cycling genes in soil DNA, including nifH (involved in nitrogen fixation), nirS/K and nosZ (involved in denitrification), amoA-B and amoA …Lily Pereg, Jorge Mataix-Solera, Mary McMillan, Fuensanta García-OrenesScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF3Citations29Readers
  10. The Chinese giant salamander exemplifies the hidden extinction of cryptic species… between farms, where the vast majority of extant salamanders now live, has resulted in genetic homogenization. Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplotypes from northern China now predominate in farms. Unfortunately, hybrid offspring are being released back into …Fang Yan, Jingcai Lü, Baolin Zhang, Zhiyong Yuan, Haipeng Zhao, Song Huang, Gang Wei, Xue Mi, Dahu Zou, Wei Xu, Shu Chen, Jie Wang, Feng Xie, Minyao Wu, Hanbin Xiao, Zhiqiang Liang, Jieqiong Jin, Shifang Wu, Cun Shuan Xu, Benjamin Tapley, Samuel T. Turvey, Theodore J. Papenfuss, Andrew A. Cunningham, Robert W. Murphy, Yaping Zhang, Jing CheCurrent Biology (2018)Sign In To View PDF8Citations36Readers
  11. Investigating cellular stress response to heat stress in the seagrass Posidonia oceanica in a global change scenario… as a response model including green (protein folding and membrane protection), yellow (ubiquitination and proteolysis) and red (DNA repair and apoptosis) categories. Additionally, we estimated phenological trait variations to complement the information obtained from the …Claudia Traboni, Salvatore Davide Mammola, Miriam Ruocco, Yaiza Ontoria, Juan M. Ruiz, Gabriele Procaccini, Lazaro Marín-GuiraoMarine Environmental Research (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations20Readers
  12. Genotoxic effects of combined multiple stressors on Gammarus locusta haemocytes: Interactions between temperature, pCO 2 and the synthetic progestin levonorgestrel… after ex vivo exposure. Our data revealed no significant effects of any of the three stressors on DNA damage of G. locusta haemocytes or protection against H 2 O 2 -induced DNA damage after twenty …C. Cruzeiro, A. Ramos, E. M. Loganimoce, F. Arenas, E. Rocha, P. G. CardosoEnvironmental Pollution (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations7Readers
  13. The influence of global climate change on the environmental fate of anthropogenic pollution released from the permafrost: Part I. Case study of Antarctica… Antarctic fauna leads to a conclusion that they may cause numerous negative effects (e.g. Endocrine disruptions, DNA damage, cancerogenicity). In the case of temperature increase and enhanced remobilisation processes, this effect may be even …Joanna Potapowicz, Danuta Szumińska, Małgorzata Szopińska, Żaneta PolkowskaScience of the Total Environment (2019)Sign In To View PDF5Citations21Readers
  14. Profiling the diversity of Cryptosporidium species and genotypes in wastewater treatment plants in Australia using next generation sequencing… rRNA (18S) locus using quantitative PCR (qPCR), oocyst numbers were determined directly from the qPCR data using DNA standards calibrated by droplet digital PCR, and positives were characterized using NGS of 18S amplicons. Positives were …Alireza Zahedi, Alexander W. Gofton, Telleasha Greay, Paul Monis, Charlotte Oskam, Andrew Ball, Andrew Bath, Andrew Watkinson, Ian Robertson, Una RyanScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations32Readers
  15. The acute transcriptomic response of coral-algae interactions to pH fluctuation… pH but could experience a series of negative effects on their energy dynamics, which including protein damage, DNA repair, ion transport, cellular apoptosis, calcification acclimation and maintenance of intracellular pH homeostasis and stress tolerance to …Zhenyue Lin, Liuying Wang, Mingliang Chen, Jianming ChenMarine Genomics (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations23Readers
  16. Cryptic lineages in the Wolf Cardinalfish living in sympatry on remote coral atolls… atolls of northwest Australia using multiple molecular markers from mitochondrial (CO1 and D-loop) and nuclear (microsatellites) DNA. Concordant results from all markers identified two highly divergent lineages that are morphologically cryptic and reproductively isolated …Jim N. Underwood, Michael J. Travers, Michael Snow, Marji Puotinen, Gavin GouwsMolecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations7Readers
  17. Fungal plant pathogens on inoculated maize leaves in a simulated soil warming experiment… but not that of non-inoculated maize leaves, without correlation to fungal and bacterial biomass. F. culmorum DNA produced the largest increase in DNA on maize leaves, but did not significantly respond to soil temperatures …Stefan Lukas, Sayed Jaffar Abbas, Philip Kössler, Petr Karlovsky, Martin Potthoff, Rainer Georg JoergensenApplied Soil Ecology (2018)Sign In To View PDF0Citations7Readers
  18. Perspective: Where might be many tropical insects?… we have unimaginable access to the world's biodiversity through the internet, roads, dwellings, education, bioliterate societies, DNA barcoding, genome sequencing, and human curiosity. The wild world gains from our understanding that it needs large …Daniel H. Janzen, Winnie HallwachsBiological Conservation (2019)Sign In To View PDF3Citations42Readers
  19. Long-term warming rather than grazing significantly changed total and active soil procaryotic community structures… from the total procaryotic community structures remained unaffected by warming. However, the rRNA-based predictions suggested that DNA replication, gene expression, signal transduction, and protein degradation were significantly suppressed under the warming. The grazing only …Rongxiao Che, Yongcui Deng, Weijin Wang, Yichao Rui, Jing Zhang, Iman Tahmasbian, Li Tang, Shiping Wang, Yanfen Wang, Zhihong Xu, Xiaoyong CuiGeoderma (2018)Sign In To View PDF5Citations27Readers
  20. The role of humic acids on gemfibrozil toxicity to zebrafish embryos… surpass the GEM effects, reducing the total distance moved by larvae. Both GEM and HA significantly increased DNA damage. Hence, this study demonstrated that abiotic factors, namely HA, should be considered in the assessment of …Ana Rita Almeida, Fátima Jesus, Jorge F. Henriques, Thayres S. Andrade, Ângela Barreto, Olga Koba, Pham Thai Giang, Amadeu M.V.M. Soares, Miguel Oliveira, Inês DominguesChemosphere (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations16Readers
  21. Does exposure to reduced pH and diclofenac induce oxidative stress in marine bivalves? A comparative study with the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis and the clam Ruditapes philippinarum… for an additional 14 days. The activities of superoxide dismutase, catalase and cyclooxygenase, and lipid peroxidation and DNA strand-break formation were measured in both the gills and digestive gland after 7, 14 and 21 …Marco Munari, Valerio Matozzo, François Gagné, Giulia Chemello, Verena Riedl, Livio Finos, Paolo Pastore, Denis Badocco, Maria Gabriella MarinEnvironmental Pollution (2018)Sign In To View PDF4Citations32Readers
  22. Mountain lakes: Eyes on global environmental change… in particular highlights the impacts of melting glaciers on mountain lakes. The addition of new proxies, including DNA-based techniques and advanced stable isotopic analyses, provides a gateway to addressing novel research questions about global …K. A. Moser, J. S. Baron, J. Brahney, I. A. Oleksy, J. E. Saros, E. J. Hundey, S. A. Sadro, J. Kopáček, R. Sommaruga, M. J. Kainz, A. L. Strecker, S. Chandra, D. M. Walters, D. L. Preston, N. Michelutti, F. Lepori, S. A. Spaulding, K. R. Christianson, J. M. Melack, J. P. SmolGlobal and Planetary Change (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations19Readers
  23. Effects of heat and cadmium exposure on stress-related responses in the liver of female zebrafish: Heat increases cadmium toxicity… that warmer temperatures can potentiate Cd toxicity, involved in the regulation of gene transcription, enzymatic activity, and DNA methylation. We found that heat indicators showed varied sensitivity between normal and Cd-exposed fish, emphasizing that …Sai Nan Guo, Jia Lang Zheng, Shuang Shuang Yuan, Qing Ling ZhuScience of the Total Environment (2018)Sign In To View PDF8Citations12Readers
  24. Effect of temperature on the microbial community responsible for methane production in alkaline NamCo wetland soil… temperature (45 °C). Bathyarchaeota, with unknown function, dominated next to methanogenic Euryarchaeota the archaeal community, especially on DNA level. The methanogenic archaeal community composition of NamCo soil resembled that of alkaline lake sediments from the …Yongcui Deng, Pengfei Liu, Ralf ConradSoil Biology and Biochemistry (2019)Sign In To View PDF0Citations5Readers
  25. Dinoflagellate fossils: Geological and biological applicationsDinoflagellates are part of the marine plankton and about 200 species produce a cyst (dinocyst) during their life cycle, these organic-walled sexually-produced cysts being fossilizable in sediments for hundreds of millions of years …Aurélie Penaud, William Hardy, Clément Lambert, Fabienne Marret, Edwige Masure, Thomas Servais, Raffaele Siano, Mélanie Wary, Kenneth Neil MertensRevue de Micropaleontologie (2018)Sign In To View PDF1Citations6Readers
  26. Mitogenomic evidence of close relationships between New Zealand's extinct giant raptors and small-sized Australian sister-taxaPrior to human arrival in the 13th century, two large birds of prey were the top predators in New Zealand. In the absence of non-volant mammals, the extinct Haast's eagle (Hieraaetus moorei), the …Michael Knapp, Jessica E. Thomas, James Haile, Stefan Prost, Simon Y.W. Ho, Nicolas Dussex, Sophia Cameron-Christie, Olga Kardailsky, Ross Barnett, Michael Bunce, M. Thomas P. Gilbert, R. Paul ScofieldMolecular Phylogenetics and Evolution (2019)

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