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Wayne T. Swank U.S. Forest Service Southern Research Station Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory Declining water yield from forested mountain watersheds in response to climate change and forest mesophication
Abigail L.S. Swann 0000-0001-8513-1074 University of Washington Department of Atmospheric Sciences University of Washington Department of Biology Plant responses to increasing CO2 reduce estimates of climate impacts on drought severity
Don E. Swann U.S. National Park Service Saguaro National Park Forecasting climate change impacts to plant community composition in the Sonoran Desert region
LaDon Swann Alabama Cooperative Extension System Auburn University Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquaculture Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium 2012 Gulf Coast Climate Change Survey Executive Summary The Use of Living Shorelines to Mitigate the Effects of Storm Events on Dauphin Island, Alabama, USA. American Fisheries Society Symposium
Alan K. Swanson University of Montana College of Forestry and Conservation Department of Forest Management The climate velocity of the contiguous United States during the 20th century
David A. Swanson University of California, Riverside Department of Sociology A Practitioner's Guide to Stat...
David K. Swanson U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service U.S. National Park Service U.S. National Park Service Arctic Inventory and Monitoring Network Environmental limits of tall shrubs in Alaska’s Arctic national parks Spatiotemporal remote sensing of ecosystem change and causation across Alaska Susceptibility of permafrost soils to deep thaw after forest fires in interior Alaska, U.S.A., and some ecologic implications nca4 chapter 26 : Alaska
David L. Swanson University of South Dakota Department of Biology Spring migration phenology of birds in the Northern Prairie region is correlated with local climate change
Frederick J. Swanson U.S. Forest Service U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station Climate Change and Forest Disturbances Cross-system comparisons elucidate disturbance complexities and generalities The forgotten stage of forest succession: early-successional ecosystems on forest sites
Kathleen M. Swanson San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Modeling tidal freshwater marsh sustainability in the Sacramento–San Joaquin delta under a broad suite of potential future scenarios
Kyle L. Swanson University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Department of Mathematical Sciences Long-term natural variability and 20th century climate change
Mark E. Swanson Washington State University The forgotten stage of forest succession: early-successional ecosystems on forest sites
Christopher W. Swanston 0000-0003-2167-0970 U.S. Department of Agriculture Northern Forests Climate Hub U.S. Forest Service U.S. Forest Service Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science U.S. Forest Service Northern Research Station Ecosystem Vulnerability Assessment and Synthesis: A Report From the Climate Change Response Framework Project in Northern Wisconsin. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-82 Integrating science and management to assess forest ecosystem vulnerability to climate change Toward inventory-based estimates of soil organic carbon in forests of the United States Lessons learned from the Climate Change Response Framework Project in Northern Wisconsin: Newtown Square, PA, USDA Forest Service Adaptive silviculture for climate change: A national experiment in manager-scientist partnerships to apply an adaptation framework Vulnerability of forests of the Midwest and Northeast United States to climate change Multi-model comparison on the effects of climate change on tree species in the eastern U.S.: Results from an enhanced niche model and process-based ecosystem and landscape models A framework for adapting urban forests to climate change A practical approach for translating climate change adaptation principles into forest management actions Adaptation pathways: Ecoregion and land ownership influences on climate adaptation decision-making in forest management second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 9 : Forests Forest Adaptation Resources: Climate Change Tools and Approaches for Land Managers. General Technical Report NRS-87 nca4 chapter 21 : Midwest Reforestation can sequester two petagrams of carbon in US topsoils in a century
Rachel J. Swanteson‐Franz The University of New Mexico Department of Biology Quantifying forest carbon dynamics as a function of tree species composition and management under projected climate
Neil C. Swart 0000-0002-8200-6187 Canadian Centre for Climate Modelling and Analysis Large near-term projected snowpack loss over the western United States Influence of internal variability on Arctic sea-ice trends
Peter K. Swart University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences Department of Marine Geosciences Species-specific responses to climate change and community composition determine future calcification rates of Florida Keys reefs
Rob Swart 0000-0002-1563-1150 Alterra Wageningen University Earth System Science Chair Group Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Working Group III Technical Support Unit The mitigation–adaptation dichotomy and the role of spatial planning Special Report on Emissions Scenarios. A Special Report of Working Group III of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change A proposal for a new scenario framework to support research and assessment in different climate research communities
William Swartz 0000-0002-9172-7189 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Middle atmosphere response to different descriptions of the 11-yr solar cycle in spectral irradiance in a chemistry-climate model
Peter W. Swarzenski 0000-0001-9814-4499 International Atomic Energy Agency Monaco U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Geological Survey Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center Sea-level rise and coastal groundwater inundation and shoaling at select sites in California, USA Vulnerability of coral reefs to bioerosion from land-based source of pollution The magnitude and origin of groundwater discharge to eastern U.S. and Gulf of Mexico coastal waters
Hugh Sweatman Australian Institute of Marine Science Thermal Stress and Coral Cover as Drivers of Coral Disease Outbreaks