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Bruce A. Weber Oregon State University Department of Applied Economics Rural-urban interdependence: A framework integrating regional, urban, and environmental economic insights
Elke U. Weber Columbia University Columbia University Center for Decision Sciences Columbia University Center for Research in Environmental Decisions Columbia University Department of Psychology University of Amsterdam Department of Psychology Columbia University Graduate School of Business Risk as feelings. Psychology's contributions to understanding and addressing global climate change Who Takes Risks When and Why?: Determinants of Risk Taking Experience-Based and Description-Based Perceptions of Long-Term Risk: Why Global Warming does not Scare us (Yet) Public understanding of climate change in the United States.
Jennifer J. Weber Fordham University Department of Biological Sciences Evolutionary and plastic responses to climate change in terrestrial plant populations
Lynn Weber University of South Carolina Department of Psychology University of South Carolina Women's and Gender Studies Program Displaced: Life in the Katrina...
Marc H. Weber 0000-0002-9742-4744 U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station Fire Sciences Laboratory Climate effects on historical fires (1630–1900) in Utah
Markus Weber Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities Commission of Glaciology Is snow sublimation important in the alpine water balance?
Richard W. Weber National Jewish Medical and Research Center Department of Medicine Climate change and allergic disease
S. Weber University of Hohenheim Institute for Landscape and Plant Ecology Does elevated atmospheric CO2 allow for sufficient wheat grain quality in the future?
Susanne L. Weber Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute KNMI Millennial temperature reconstruction intercomparison and evaluation The stability of the MOC as diagnosed from model projections for pre-industrial, present and future climates
Ulrich Weber Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry Recent decline in the global land evapotranspiration trend due to limited moisture supply
Peter Webley University of Alaska Fairbanks Geophysical Institute Natural Hazard Uncertainty Ass...
D. G. Webster 0000-0002-8368-983X Dartmouth College Environmental Studies Program Estimating the potential economic impacts of climate change on Southern California beaches
Mort D. Webster Massachusetts Institute of Technology SAP 2.1B: Global-Change Scenarios: Their Development and Use
Peter J. Webster Georgia Institute of Technology School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Deconvolution of the Factors Contributing to the Increase in Global Hurricane Intensity Heightened tropical cyclone activity in the North Atlantic: natural variability or climate trend?
J. David Weddle Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Department of Psychology Psychological impact of fire disaster on children and their parents
Nils Wedi European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts ECMWF Evaluation of medium-range forecasts for Hurricane Sandy
Aaron S. Weed 0000-0002-4619-3042 Dartmouth College Department of Biological Sciences Consequences of climate change for biotic disturbances in North American forests
Don Weeks National Park Service Water Resources Division Climate change scenario planning: A tool for managing parks into uncertain futures
Hal Weeks Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Emergence of Anoxia in the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem
Carl F. Weems 0000-0001-9214-3401 The University of New Orleans The University of New Orleans Department of Psychology Social support, discrimination, and coping as predictors of posttraumatic stress reactions in youth survivors of Hurricane Katrina Resilience and trajectories of posttraumatic stress among youth exposed to disaster Family and peer social support and their links to psychological distress among hurricane-exposed minority youth
Jeny Wegbreit University of California, Davis Arbovirus Research Unit Relationships among weather, mosquito abundance, and encephalitis virus activity in California: Kern County 1990-98
Martin Wegmann 0000-0003-0335-9601 Max Planck Institute for Meteorology Tambora 1815 as a test case for high impact volcanic eruptions: Earth system effects
Michael F. Wehner 0000-0001-5991-0082 Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Computational Research Division U.S. Department of Energy Sensitivity of tropical cyclone rainfall to idealized global-scale forcings add6d6e7-30f0-4f44-bc2a-5b4a2ee4ce14 Identification of human-induced changes in atmospheric moisture content 8.2: Projected Change in Snow Water Equivalent Monitoring and Understanding Changes in Extremes: Extratropical Storms, Winds, and Waves 8.3: Trends in the Annual Number of Large Fires in the Western United States Diagnosing anthropogenic contributions to heavy Colorado rainfall in September 2013 CMIP5 Climate Model Analyses: Climate Extremes in the United States Attribution of polar warming to human influence 9.6: Projected Change in Heavy Precipitation Events Separating signal and noise in atmospheric temperature changes: The importance of timescale Exploratory high-resolution climate simulations using the Community Atmosphere Model (CAM) Climate Variability and Change with Implications for Transportation Changes in temperature and precipitation extremes in the CMIP5 ensemble Monitoring and Understanding Changes in Heat Waves, Cold Waves, Floods, and Droughts in the United States: State of Knowledge Projections of Future Drought in the Continental United States and Mexico Very extreme seasonal precipitation in the NARCCAP ensemble: model performance and projections Resolution dependence of future tropical cyclone projections of CAM5.1 in the U.S. CLIVAR Hurricane Working Group idealized configurations 7.2: Observed Change in Daily, 20-year Return Level Precipitation 9.4: Projected Temperature Change of Hottest Days Hurricanes and Climate: The U.S. CLIVAR Working Group on Hurricanes Detection and attribution of climate extremes in the observed record Monitoring and Understanding Trends in Extreme Storms: State of Knowledge Quantile-based bias correction and uncertainty quantification of extreme event attribution statements nca3 chapter 33 : Appendix 3: Climate Science Supplement Is the climate warming or cooling? 2.19: Projected Change in Heavy Precipitation Events nca3 chapter 34 : Appendix 4: Frequently Asked Questions Multimodel detection and attribution of extreme temperature changes Skill and independence weighting for multi-model assessment Benefits of mitigation for future heat extremes under RCP4.5 compared to RCP8.5 nca3 chapter 2 : Our Changing Climate bdbc59c7-c91e-496f-b4bd-9f584404df97 Identifying human influences on atmospheric temperature nca4 chapter 2 : Our Changing Climate Climate Science Special Report: The Fourth National Climate Assessment: Volume I The effect of horizontal resolution on simulation quality in the Community Atmospheric Model, CAM5.1 An independent assessment of anthropogenic attribution statements for recent extreme temperature and rainfall events 2.20: Projected Temperature Change of Hottest and Coldest Days Attributable human-induced changes in the likelihood and magnitude of the observed extreme precipitation during Hurricane Harvey Testing the linearity of the response to combined greenhouse gas and sulfate aerosol forcing
Thomas A. Wehr Clinic of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology Influence of environmental factors on suicidal behavior
Ke Wei 0000-0002-7616-3493 Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Atmospheric Physics Center for Monsoon System Research Regional changes in the annual mean Hadley circulation in recent decades
Max Wei Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Energy Analysis and Environmental Impacts Department Deep carbon reductions in California require electrification and integration across economic sectors Electricity end uses, energy efficiency, and distributed energy resources baseline California’s Carbon Challenge. Scenarios for Achieving 80% Emissions Reductions in 2050
Ting Wei University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Architecture Community and Regional Planning Program Moving from agenda to action: evaluating local climate change action plans
Wei Wei Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research Intensification and poleward shift of subtropical western boundary currents in a warming climate
Yaxing Wei 0000-0001-6924-0078 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Climate Change Science Institute Oak Ridge National Laboratory Environmental Sciences Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Reconciling estimates of the contemporary North American carbon balance among terrestrial biosphere models, atmospheric inversions, and a new approach for estimating net ecosystem exchange from inventory-based data Global patterns and controls of soil organic carbon dynamics as simulated by multiple terrestrial biosphere models: Current status and future directions Assessment of the Effects of Climate Change on Federal Hydropower
Klaus Weickman 0000-0001-5647-6241 Earth System Research Laboratory Physical Sciences Division A multiscale observational case study of a Pacific atmospheric river exhibiting tropical–extratropical connections and a mesoscale frontal wave
Stephanie Weidemann University of California, San Diego Atmospheric Brown Clouds: Regional Assessment Report with Focus on Asia
Andreas P. Weigel Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology Risks of model weighting in multimodel climate projections
Hans-Joachim Weigel Federal Research Institute for Agriculture Institute for Production and Ecotoxicology Johann Heinrich von Thunen-Institute, Federal Research Institute for Rural Areas, Forestry and Fisheries Effects of season long CO2 enrichment on cereals. II. Nutrient concentrations and grain quality Effects of Elevated Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations on the Quantitative Protein Composition of Wheat Grain
Rodney F. Weiher National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office of Policy and Strategic Planning Heat watch/warning systems save lives: Estimated costs and benefits for Philadelphia 1995-1998: ISEE-165 Heat watch/warning systems save lives: Estimated costs and benefits for Philadelphia 1995–98
Ernesto Weil 0000-0001-5275-1584 University of Puerto Rico Department of Marine Sciences University of Puerto Rico Temporal variability and impact of coral diseases and bleaching in La Parguera, Puerto Rico from 2003–2007 Climate change and wildlife diseases: When does the host matter the most? cf77f73e-5fc8-411a-9b9c-467e4cbb40ea Caribbean Corals in Crisis: Record Thermal Stress, Bleaching, and Mortality in 2005 24.4: Warming Seas Are a Double-blow to Corals 132fdd52-ef25-40ab-a4d1-ba5d3452f6d3 243e132a-68c9-4aae-b564-e419b56f54c7 One-Third of Reef-Building Corals Face Elevated Extinction Risk from Climate Change and Local Impacts 92c439ec-2385-45c9-bd30-e6bb77392bac
David Weimer University of Wisconsin-Madison Cost-benefit Analysis: Concept...
Anne Wein U.S. Geological Survey Baseline and Projected Future Carbon Storage and Greenhouse-Gas Fluxes in the Great Plains Region of the United States. Professional Paper 1787 The South Florida Ecosystem Portfolio Model—A Map-Based Multicriteria Ecological, Economic, and Community Land-Use Planning Tool: US Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5181
Kate R. Weinberger 0000-0001-6001-0081 Columbia University Department of Environmental Health Sciences Brown University Multi-Model Framework for Quantitative Sectoral Impacts Analysis The Association of Tree Pollen Concentration Peaks and Allergy Medication Sales in New York City: 2003–2008 Climate change, aeroallergens, and pediatric allergic disease
Ori M. Weiner Columbia University Department of Physics Troposphere-stratosphere coupling: Links to North Atlantic weather and climate, including their representation in CMIP5 models
Katherine Weingartner The George Washington University ICF U.S. Global Change Research Program nca4 chapter A4 : Appendix 4: Looking Abroad: How Other Nations Approach a National Climate Assessment 6.5: Area Burned by Large Wildfires A4.1: Selected National Climate Assessments
Andrew J. Weinheimer 0000-0001-6175-8286 National Center for Atmospheric Research National Center for Atmospheric Research Atmospheric Chemistry Observation and Modeling Laboratory A pervasive role for biomass burning in tropical high ozone/low water structures Bimodal distribution of free tropospheric ozone over the tropical western Pacific revealed by airborne observations
Jessica Weinkle University of Colorado Center for Science and Technology Policy Research Historical Global Tropical Cyclone Landfalls
Michael P. Weinstein Montclair State University Montclair State University PSEG Institute for Sustainable Studies Sustainability Science: The Em...
Neil D. Weinstein Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey George H. Cook Campus Department of Human Ecology Using Time Intervals Between Expected Events to Communicate Risk Magnitudes
Philip Weinstein 0000-0001-9860-7166 University of Otago Department of Public Health The University of Queensland School of Public Health The University of Western Australia School of Population Health Climate change, flooding, urbanisation and leptospirosis: Fuelling the fire? A relationship between environmental degradation and mental health in rural Western Australia Ciguatera (Fish Poisoning), El Nino, and Pacific Sea Surface Temperatures Leptospirosis in American Samoa 2010: Epidemiology, environmental drivers, and the management of emergence
David R. Weir University of Michigan Institute for Social Research Prevalence of dementia in the United States: The aging, demographics, and memory study
Erica Weir Canadian Medical Association Heat wave: First, protect the vulnerable
Marie-France Weirig Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research Anthropogenic ocean acidification over the twenty-first century and its impact on calcifying organisms
Arthur E. Weis 0000-0002-7056-4886 University of California, Irvine Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Rapid evolution of flowering time by an annual plant in response to a climate fluctuation
Stephen B. Weisberg 0000-0002-0655-9425 Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Using rapid indicators for Enterococcus to assess the risk of illness after exposure to urban runoff contaminated marine water Water quality indicators and the risk of illness at beaches with nonpoint sources of fecal contamination