Name ORCID Organizations Publications
Tom Kram Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency RCP2.6: exploring the possibility to keep global mean temperature increase below 2°C The representative concentration pathways: an overview The next generation of scenarios for climate change research and assessment A proposal for a new scenario framework to support research and assessment in different climate research communities
J.B. Kramer University of California, Davis University of California, Davis Department of Land, Air, and Water Resources Potential for adaptation to climate change in an agricultural landscape in the Central Valley of California. Publication number: CEC-500-2009-044-F Case study on potential agricultural responses to climate change in a California landscape
Laura D. Kramer New York State Department of Health Wadsworth Center State University of New York at Albany Department of Biomedical Sciences State University of New York at Albany School of Public Health Wadsworth Center Arbovirus Laboratories Host heterogeneity dominates West Nile virus transmission Drought and immunity determine the intensity of West Nile virus epidemics and climate change impacts Impact of daily temperature fluctuations on dengue virus transmission by Aedes aegypti Effects of larval rearing temperature on immature development and West Nile virus vector competence of Culex tarsalis Temperature, viral genetics, and the transmission of West Nile virus by Culex pipiens mosquitoes
Marc G. Kramer University of Florida Soil and Water Science Department Washington State University Vancouver second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 11 : Arctic and Boreal Carbon second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 9 : Forests Sensitivity of summer stream temperatures to climate variability in the Pacific Northwest
Philip A. Kramer Caribbean Corals in Crisis: Record Thermal Stress, Bleaching, and Mortality in 2005
Russell D. Kramer University of Washington School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Emergent crowns and light-use complementarity lead to global maximum biomass and leaf area in Sequoia sempervirens forests
Ryan J. Kramer University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences Evapotranspiration trends over the eastern United States during the 20th century
Martin Kramp JCOMM in situ Observations Programme Support Centre Changes in Ocean Heat, Carbon Content, and Ventilation: A Review of the First Decade of GO-SHIP Global Repeat Hydrography
Richard S. Krannich Utah State University Department of Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology Social change in natural resource-based rural communities: the evolution of sociological research and knowledge as influenced by William R. Freudenburg
Ian Kraucunas Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Investigating the nexus of climate, energy, water, and land at decision-relevant scales: the Platform for Regional Integrated Modeling and Analysis (PRIMA) Evaluating penalized logistic regression models to predict heat-related electric grid stress days Developing a Framework for Regional Integrated Assessment Modeling
Mary J. Kraus 0000-0002-1721-2566 University of Colorado Department of Geological Sciences Two massive, rapid releases of carbon during the onset of the Palaeocene-Eocene thermal maximum
Nicholas C. Kraus U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Research and Development Center Enhancing geomorphic and biologic functions and values on backshores and dunes of developed shores: a review of opportunities and constraints
Scott D. Kraus 0000-0003-4367-6548 New England Aquarium State–space mark–recapture estimates reveal a recent decline in abundance of North Atlantic right whales
Rachel M. Krause The University of Texas at El Paso Symbolic or substantive policy? Measuring the extent of local commitment to climate protection
Elisabeth Krausmann Joint Research Centre Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen Vulnerability of the oil and gas sector to climate change and extreme weather events
Fridolin Krausmann 0000-0002-9995-2372 University of Klagenfurt Institute of Social Ecology Bioenergy: how much can we expect for 2050?
Ken W. Krauss 0000-0003-2195-0729 U.S. Geological Survey National Wetlands Research Center U.S. Geological Survey Wetland and Aquatic Research Center U.S. Geological Survey Created mangrove wetlands store belowground carbon and surface elevation change enables them to adjust to sea-level rise Hydrologic restoration in a dynamic subtropical mangrove-to-marsh ecotone Climatic controls on the global distribution, abundance, and species richness of mangrove forests Ecology of Tidal Freshwater Fo... Predicting the retreat and migration of tidal forests along the northern Gulf of Mexico under sea-level rise Salt marsh-mangrove ecotones: Using structural gradients to investigate the effects of woody plant encroachment on plant–soil interactions and ecosystem carbon pools second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 13 : Terrestrial Wetlands
Julia Kravchenko Duke University Medical Center Duke Clinical Research Institute Minimization of heatwave morbidity and mortality
Ben Kravitz 0000-0001-6318-1150 Carnegie Institution for Science Department of Global Ecology Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Atmospheric Sciences and Global Change Division Extreme fire season in California: A glimpse into the future? Management of trade-offs in geoengineering through optimal choice of non-uniform radiative forcing
Sergey V. Kravtsov University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Department of Mathematical Sciences Atmospheric Science Research Program Connecting past and present climate variability to the water levels of Lakes Michigan and Huron
Meg A. Krawchuk 0000-0002-3240-3117 Oregon State University Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society University of California, Berkeley Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management University of California, Berkeley Ecosystem Sciences Division Climate change and disruptions to global fire activity Global Pyrogeography: the Current and Future Distribution of Wildfire Adapt to more wildfire in western North American forests as climate changes Fire in the Earth System
Julie A. Kray U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service Rangeland Resources and Systems Research Cheatgrass is favored by warming but not CO2 enrichment in a semi-arid grassland
Sonia M. Kreidenweis Colorado State University Department of Atmospheric Science Smoke-impacted regional haze in California during the summer of 2002
Jason R. Kreitler 0000-0002-0243-5281 U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Geological Survey Western Geographic Science Center Climate, wildfire, and erosion ensemble foretells more sediment in western USA watersheds Tools and Methods for Evaluating and Refining Alternative Futures for Coastal Ecosystem Management—the Puget Sound Ecosystem Portfolio Model: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2011–1279, 47 p.
Christopher Krembs Washington State Department of Ecology The combined effects of ocean acidification, mixing, and respiration on pH and carbonate saturation in an urbanized estuary