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Thomas J. Snape University of Leeds School of Earth and Environment Decline of Arctic sea ice: Evaluation and weighting of CMIP5 projections
Sieglinde S. Snapp Michigan State University Department of Crop and Soil Sciences W.K. Kellog Biological Station Energy Efficiency of Conventional, Organic, and Alternative Cropping Systems for Food and Fuel at a Site in the U.S. Midwest
Lesley Sneddon NatureServe Eastern Regional Office Biodiversity in a changing climate: a synthesis of current and projected trends in the US
Alexandra Snedeker The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Institute for the Environment Mechanistic and statistical models of total Vibrio abundance in the Neuse River Estuary
Michelle Sneed 0000-0002-8180-382X U.S. Geological Survey California Water Science Center Water availability and land subsidence in the Central Valley, California, USA
Stacy Sneeringer U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service Potential effects of climate change on the productivity of U.S. dairies
Jefferson R. Snider 0000-0002-9318-1343 University of Wyoming Department of Atmospheric Science Evaluation of the aerosol indirect effect in marine stratocumulus clouds: Droplet number, size, liquid water path, and radiative impact
Joel W. Snodgrass 0000-0002-4436-8750 Consortium for Risk Evaluation with Stakeholders Participation CRESP Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey Division of Life Sciences Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute The University of Georgia Savannah River Ecology Laboratory Relationships among Isolated Wetland Size, Hydroperiod, and Amphibian Species Richness: Implications for Wetland Regulations
M. E. Snook Temperature Effects on Leaf Anatomy, Phenolic Acids, and Tissue Digestibility in Tall Fescue
Amy K. Snover 0000-0002-3723-5511 Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Oceans JISAO University of Washington Climate Impacts Group University of Washington School of Marine Affairs University of Washington Seattle nca3 chapter 21 : Northwest Climate Change in the Northwest: Implications for Our Landscapes, Waters, And Communities Pacific Northwest Regional Assessment: the Impacts of Climate Variability and Climate Change on the Water Resources of the Columbia River Basin
Cassandra B. Snow ICF Continuing challenges in transportation adaptation
Ray W. Snow U.S. National Park Service Everglades National Park Cold-induced mortality of invasive Burmese pythons in south Florida
Alex Snyder 0000-0001-6250-4827 U.S. Geological Survey Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center Extreme oceanographic forcing and coastal response due to the 2015–2016 El Niño
Chris Snyder National Center for Atmospheric Research Uncertainty of Tropical Cyclone Best-Track Information
Clifford S Snyder US Agricultural Nitrous Oxide Emissions: Context, Status, and Trends
Jeff Snyder Bowling Green State University Department of Geology Pliocene Warmth, Polar Amplification, and Stepped Pleistocene Cooling Recorded in NE Arctic Russia
Jonathan A. Snyder U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Marine Mammals Management Status review of the Pacific walrus (Odobenus rosmarus divergens) Potential population-level effects of increased haulout-related mortality of Pacific walrus calves
Mark A. Snyder 0000-0001-8242-7697 University of California, Santa Cruz University of California, Santa Cruz Climate Change and Impacts Laboratory The key role of heavy precipitation events in climate model disagreements of future annual precipitation changes in California Re-Shuffling of Species with Climate Disruption: A No-Analog Future for California Birds? The North American Regional Climate Change Assessment Program: Overview of Phase I Results
Noah P. Snyder 0000-0002-2900-8183
Peter K. Snyder University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Department of Atmospheric Sciences University of Minnesota Department of Soil, Water, and Climate Modeling the Atmospheric Response to Irrigation in the Great Plains. Part II: The Precipitation of Irrigated Water and Changes in Precipitation Recycling Use of dynamical downscaling to improve the simulation of Central U.S. warm season precipitation in CMIP5 models Modeling the Atmospheric Response to Irrigation in the Great Plains. Part I: General Impacts on Precipitation and the Energy Budget Global Consequences of Land Use
Agnes Soares da Silva 0000-0003-2618-6061 Pan American Health Organization Worker health and safety and climate change in the Americas: Issues and research needs
Britaldo Silveira Soares-Filho Federal University of Minas Gerais Center for Regional Development and Planning Federal University of Minas Gerais Center for Remote Sensing Modelling conservation in the Amazon basin
Adam H. Sobel 0000-0003-3602-0567 Columbia University Columbia University Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics Columbia University Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Columbia University Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Projected changes in the physical climate of the Gulf Coast and Caribbean Effects of Relative and Absolute Sea Surface Temperature on Tropical Cyclone Potential Intensity Using a Single-Column Model Hurricanes and Climate: The U.S. CLIVAR Working Group on Hurricanes Rain on small tropical islands Human influence on tropical cyclone intensity Tropical cyclones and climate change Response of tropical sea surface temperature, precipitation, and tropical cyclone-related variables to changes in global and local forcing
Reza Sobhani University of California, Irvine Evaluating options for balancing the water-electricity nexus in California: Part 1—Securing water availability Evaluating options for balancing the water–electricity nexus in California: Part 2—Greenhouse gas and renewable energy utilization impacts
Daniel J. Sobota National Research Council U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Intentional versus unintentional nitrogen use in the United States: trends, efficiency and implications Reactive nitrogen inputs to US lands and waterways: how certain are we about sources and fluxes? Influences of climate, hydrology, and land use on input and export of nitrogen in California watersheds