boston-university-department-earth-environment

Boston University Department of Earth and Environment

United States

http://www.bu.edu/earth/

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Bruce T. Anderson Author 4 articles
  1. Detectability of historical trends in station-based precipitation characteristics over the continental United States
  2. Past and future changes in climate and hydrological indicators in the US Northeast
  3. Progress and challenges in incorporating climate change information into transportation research and design
  4. Testing for the possible influence of unknown climate forcings upon global temperature increases from 1950 to 2000
James G. Baldwin Author 2 articles
  1. Modeling residential development in California from 2000 to 2050: Integrating wildfire risk, wildland and agricultural encroachment
  2. The Spatiotemporal Evolution of U.S. Carbon Dioxide Emissions: Stylized Facts and Implications for Climate Policy
Jian Bi Author 1 article
  1. Contribution of semi-arid ecosystems to interannual variability of the global carbon cycle
Michael C. Dietze Author 3 articles
  1. Arctic tundra fires: Natural variability and responses to climate change
  2. Carbon cycle uncertainty in the Alaskan Arctic
  3. Novel and lost forests in the upper midwestern United States, from new estimates of settlement-era composition, stem density, and biomass
Sergio Fagherazzi Author 4 articles
  1. A linear relationship between wave power and erosion determines salt-marsh resilience to violent storms and hurricanes
  2. Coastal processes: Storm-proofing with marshes
  3. Overestimation of marsh vulnerability to sea level rise
  4. Spatially integrative metrics reveal hidden vulnerability of microtidal salt marshes
Mark Friedl Author 3 articles
  1. A tale of two springs: Using recent climate anomalies to characterize the sensitivity of temperate forest phenology to climate change
  2. Direct human influence on atmospheric CO2 seasonality from increased cropland productivity
  3. Net carbon uptake has increased through warming-induced changes in temperate forest phenology
Conor K. Gately Author 1 article
  1. Modeling residential development in California from 2000 to 2050: Integrating wildfire risk, wildland and agricultural encroachment
Daniel J. Gianotti Author 2 articles
  1. Changes in autumn senescence in northern hemisphere deciduous trees: A meta-analysis of autumn phenology studies
  2. Detectability of historical trends in station-based precipitation characteristics over the continental United States
Josh M. Gray Author 3 articles
  1. A tale of two springs: Using recent climate anomalies to characterize the sensitivity of temperate forest phenology to climate change
  2. Direct human influence on atmospheric CO2 seasonality from increased cropland productivity
  3. Net carbon uptake has increased through warming-induced changes in temperate forest phenology
Koen Hufkens Author 1 article
  1. A tale of two springs: Using recent climate anomalies to characterize the sensitivity of temperate forest phenology to climate change
Lucy R. Hutyra Author 2 articles
  1. A critical knowledge pathway to low-carbon, sustainable futures: Integrated understanding of urbanization, urban areas, and carbon
  2. Urbanization and the carbon cycle: Current capabilities and research outlook from the natural sciences perspective
Robert K. Kaufmann Author 1 article
  1. Anthropogenic and natural causes of climate change
Ryan P. Kelly Author 1 article
  1. Arctic tundra fires: Natural variability and responses to climate change
Nicoletta Leonardi Author 1 article
  1. A linear relationship between wave power and erosion determines salt-marsh resilience to violent storms and hurricanes
Joshua A. Mantooth Author 1 article
  1. Changes in autumn senescence in northern hemisphere deciduous trees: A meta-analysis of autumn phenology studies
Eli K. Melaas Author 1 article
  1. A tale of two springs: Using recent climate anomalies to characterize the sensitivity of temperate forest phenology to climate change
Ranga B. Myneni Author 3 articles
  1. Changes in growing season duration and productivity of northern vegetation inferred from long-term remote sensing data
  2. Contribution of semi-arid ecosystems to interannual variability of the global carbon cycle
  3. Greening of the Earth and its drivers
Taejin Park Author 1 article
  1. Changes in growing season duration and productivity of northern vegetation inferred from long-term remote sensing data
Angela J. Rigden Author 1 article
  1. Changes in autumn senescence in northern hemisphere deciduous trees: A meta-analysis of autumn phenology studies
Guido D. Salvucci Author 1 article
  1. Detectability of historical trends in station-based precipitation characteristics over the continental United States
Ari Stern Author 1 article
  1. Increasing ambient temperature reduces emotional well-being
Ian Sue Wing Author 3 articles
  1. Increasing ambient temperature reduces emotional well-being
  2. Net carbon uptake has increased through warming-induced changes in temperate forest phenology
  3. The Spatiotemporal Evolution of U.S. Carbon Dioxide Emissions: Stylized Facts and Implications for Climate Policy
Bruce T. Anderson Point of Contact 2 articles
  1. Detectability of historical trends in station-based precipitation characteristics over the continental United States
  2. Testing for the possible influence of unknown climate forcings upon global temperature increases from 1950 to 2000
Sergio Fagherazzi Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Coastal processes: Storm-proofing with marshes
Mark Friedl Point of Contact 1 article
  1. A tale of two springs: Using recent climate anomalies to characterize the sensitivity of temperate forest phenology to climate change
Josh M. Gray Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Direct human influence on atmospheric CO2 seasonality from increased cropland productivity
Nicoletta Leonardi Point of Contact 1 article
  1. A linear relationship between wave power and erosion determines salt-marsh resilience to violent storms and hurricanes
Taejin Park Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Changes in growing season duration and productivity of northern vegetation inferred from long-term remote sensing data
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