Name ORCID Organizations Publications
John J. Keane U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station Wildfire impacts on California spotted owl nesting habitat in the Sierra Nevada Tamm Review: Management of mixed-severity fire regime forests in Oregon, Washington, and Northern California
Robert E. Keane U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory nca4 chapter 6 : Forests Smoke consequences of new wildfire regimes driven by climate change Ecological effects of large fires on US landscapes: benefit or catastrophe? Temperate and boreal forest mega-fires: Characteristics and challenges Restoring fire-prone Inland Pacific landscapes: Seven core principles Relative effects of climate change and wildfires on stream temperatures: a simulation modeling approach in a Rocky Mountain watershed
Terence M. Keane 0000-0002-0482-3149 Boston University School of Medicine National Center for PTSD VA Boston Healthcare System Handbook of PTSD, Second Editi...
Kelly Kearney 0000-0002-6152-5236 Princeton University Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Large-scale redistribution of maximum fisheries catch potential in the global ocean under climate change Projecting global marine biodiversity impacts under climate change scenarios
Michael S. Kearney 0000-0002-8187-7845 University of Maryland, College Park Department of Environmental Science and Technology Tidal marshes across a Chesapeake Bay subestuary are not keeping up with sea-level rise
Ed Kearns National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Climatic Data Center NOAA's Merged Land–Ocean Surface Temperature Analysis
Faith R Kearns Urban–wildland fires: how California and other regions of the US can learn from Australia
Robin Kearns The University of Auckland School of Environment The societal costs and benefits of commuter bicycling: Simulating the effects of specific policies using system dynamics modeling
Debra R. Keast Food and Nutrition Database Research, Inc Foods, fortificants, and supplements: Where do Americans get their nutrients?
Adriana Keating 0000-0002-4016-067X International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis Risk Policy and Vulnerability Program Revisiting the ‘disaster and development’ debate – Toward a broader understanding of macroeconomic risk and resilience
Terry J. Keating 0000-0003-3470-0104 American Association for the Advancement of Science Environmental Science & Engineering Fellow EPA Office of Air and Radiation Office of Policy Analysis and Review U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Air and Radiation Multimodel estimates of intercontinental source-receptor relationships for ozone pollution Impacts of climate change on surface ozone and intercontinental ozone pollution: A multi-model study Report of the Workshop on Boundary Organizations in Environmental Policy and Science. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs (BCSIA) Discussion Paper 2000-32
Jeffrey A. Keay University of Idaho College of Natural Resources Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences Relationships between fires and winter habitat of deer in Idaho
Kevin Keay University of Melbourne School of Earth Sciences Extraordinary September Arctic sea ice reductions and their relationships with storm behavior over 1979–2008
Ermias Kebreab 0000-0002-0833-1352 University of California, Davis Department of Animal Science Climate-smart agriculture global research agenda: scientific basis for action Agroecology: A Review from a Global-Change Perspective
Carolyn W. Keefe Chesapeake Biological Laboratory Hypoxia in Chesapeake Bay, 1950–2001: Long-term change in relation to nutrient loading and river flow
Matthew L. Keefer Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit University of Idaho Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources Behavioral Thermoregulation and Slowed Migration by Adult Fall Chinook Salmon in Response to High Columbia River Water Temperatures
Kaitlin Keegan Dartmouth College Thayer School of Engineering The extreme melt across the Greenland ice sheet in 2012
Andrew G. Keeler Coastal Studies Institute Economic valuation of ecosystem services provided by oyster reefs
Jon E. Keeley 0000-0002-4564-6521 Rice University Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology University of California, Los Angeles Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology U.S. Geological Survey Western Ecological Research Center U.S. Geological Survey Western Ecological Research Center Sequoia-Kings Canyon Field Station U.S. National Park Service Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Climate change and future fire regimes: Examples from California Fire in the Earth System Fire-driven alien invasion in a fire-adapted ecosystem Large, high-intensity fire events in southern California shrublands: debunking the fine-grain age patch model Ecological effects of large fires on US landscapes: benefit or catastrophe? Fire treatment effects on vegetation structure, fuels, and potential fire severity in western U.S. forests
Charles David Keeling Scripps Institution of Oceanography Increased plant growth in the northern high latitudes from 1981 to 1991
Ralph F. Keeling 0000-0002-9749-2253 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Earth System Research Laboratory Scripps Institution of Oceanography Enhanced seasonal exchange of CO2 by northern ecosystems since 1960 Global carbon budget 2016 NOAA Mauna Loa CO2 Annual Mean Data Global Carbon Budget 2017 Global carbon budget 2014 Enhanced seasonal CO2 exchange caused by amplified plant productivity in northern ecosystems Ocean Deoxygenation in a Warming World Trends in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide. Annual Mean Growth Rate of CO2 at Mauna Loa
Jesse M. Keenan 0000-0003-4058-1682 Harvard University Graduate School of Design Harvard University nca4 chapter 12 : Transportation Climate gentrification: From theory to empiricism in Miami-Dade County, Florida nca4 chapter 11 : Built Environment, Urban Systems, and Cities
Rodney Keenan 0000-0002-2804-4975 University of Melbourne Adapting to flood risk under climate change
Trevor F. Keenan 0000-0002-3347-0258 Harvard University Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology Macquarie University Department of Biological Sciences Climate change, phenology, and phenological control of vegetation feedbacks to the climate system A tale of two springs: Using recent climate anomalies to characterize the sensitivity of temperate forest phenology to climate change Increase in forest water-use efficiency as atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations rise Net carbon uptake has increased through warming-induced changes in temperate forest phenology Warm spring reduced carbon cycle impact of the 2012 US summer drought Probing the past 30-year phenology trend of US deciduous forests The timing of autumn senescence is affected by the timing of spring phenology: Implications for predictive models
Victoria W. Keener East-West Center National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Pacific Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments 27.4: Emergency Drought Action for Island Residents 27.3: Seasonal Effects of El Niño and La Niña in the Pacific Islands Region 27.2: Climate Indicators and Impacts Climate Change and Pacific Islands: Indicators and Impacts. Report for the 2012 Pacific Islands Regional Climate Assessment (PIRCA) Using social network analysis to assess communications and develop networking tools among climate change professionals across the Pacific Islands region Regional Climate Trends and Scenarios for the U.S. National Climate Assessment: Part 8. Climate of the Pacific Islands. U.S. NOAA Technical Report NESDIS 142-8 Climate Change and Pacific Islands: Indicators and Impacts nca4 chapter 27 : Hawai‘i and US-Affiliated Pacific Islands