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Christiane Werner 0000-0002-7676-9057 Bayreuth University Agro-Ecosystem Research Bielefeld University Department of Experimental and Systems Ecology Progress and challenges in using stable isotopes to trace plant carbon and water relations across scales
Johannes P. Werner 0000-0003-4015-7398 Justus Liebig University Department of Geography, Climatology, Climate Dynamics and Climate Change Continental-scale temperature variability during the past two millennia
Kirstin Werner 0000-0001-5260-0348 University of Kiel Leibniz Institute of Marine Science Enhanced modern heat transfer to the Arctic by warm Atlantic water
D. R. Wernette U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Breathing polluted air
Caitlin Werrell 0000-0002-8939-4944 The Center for Climate and Security nca4 chapter 28 : Reducing Risks through Adaptation Actions
Charles Weschler 0000-0002-9097-5850 Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute Technical University of Denmark International Centre for Indoor Environment and Energy ICIEE Ozone's impact on public health: Contributions from indoor exposures to ozone and products of ozone-initiated chemistry
James L. Wescoat Jr. 0000-0001-8868-4352 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Department of Landscape Architecture Water and poverty in the United States
Simon Wessely King's College London Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience Trends in mental illness and suicidality after Hurricane Katrina
Jan M. (Melchior) van  Wessem Utrecht University Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research Dynamic thinning of glaciers on the Southern Antarctic Peninsula Mass loss of the Amundsen Sea embayment of West Antarctica from four independent techniques
Karen Wesson U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Estimating the national public health burden associated with exposure to ambient PM2.5 and ozone
Adam West 0000-0002-9352-9282 University of California, Berkeley Department of Integrative Biology University of Cape Town Department of Botany Mechanisms of plant survival and mortality during drought: why do some plants survive while others succumb to drought?
Jason West 0000-0001-5652-4987 Princeton University Department of Geosciences Princeton University Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Princeton University Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering Global health benefits of mitigating ozone pollution with methane emission controls Human mortality effects of future concentrations of tropospheric ozone Intercontinental impacts of ozone pollution on human mortality nca3 chapter 27 : Mitigation
Joe W. West The University of Georgia Animal and Dairy Science Department Effects of Heat-Stress on Production in Dairy Cattle
Jordan M. West National Center for Environmental Assessment U.S. Environmental Protection Agency SAP 4.4. Preliminary Review of Adaptation Options for Climate-Sensitive Ecosystems and Resources U.S. Natural Resources and Climate Change: Concepts and Approaches for Management Adaptation Climate warming, water storage, and Chinook salmon in California’s Sacramento Valley
Mark West U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service Plains Area Office U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service Rangeland Resources Research Unit C4 grasses prosper as carbon dioxide eliminates desiccation in warmed semi-arid grassland
Nancy L. West Evaluation of a Heat Vulnerability Index on Abnormally Hot Days: An Environmental Public Health Tracking Study
Tristram O. West 0000-0001-7859-0125 Joint Global Change Research Institute Pacific Northwest National Laboratory U.S. Department of Energy U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Investigating the nexus of climate, energy, water, and land at decision-relevant scales: the Platform for Regional Integrated Modeling and Analysis (PRIMA) 18.1: Primary Drivers of Carbon Stocks and Emissions second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 6 : Social Science Perspectives on Carbon Downscaling global land cover projections from an integrated assessment model for use in regional analyses: results and evaluation for the US from 2005 to 2095 ES.6: Primary Drivers of Carbon Stocks and Emissions in Select Sectors second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 5 : Agriculture Agricultural green revolution as a driver of increasing atmospheric CO2 seasonal amplitude 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 second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 19 : Future of the North American Carbon Cycle North American carbon dioxide sources and sinks: magnitude, attribution, and uncertainty second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 18 : Carbon Cycle Science in Support of Decision Making Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR2): A Sustained Assessment Report 18.3: Example of Results from a Global Integrated Assessment Model Climate Science Special Report: The Fourth National Climate Assessment: Volume I
Richard M. Westaway IMS Consulting Europe Ltd Climate adaptation planning in practice: an evaluation of adaptation plans from three developed nations
Jonathan Westcott Federal Emergency Management Agency An Estimate of the U.S. Population Living in 100-Year Coastal Flood Hazard Areas
Nancy E. Westcott Illinois State Water Survey Midwestern Regional Climate Center Regional Climate Trends and Scenarios for the U.S. National Climate Assessment: Part 3. Climate of the Midwest U.S. NOAA Technical Report NESDIS 142-3
Thomas Westerhold 0000-0001-8151-4684 MARUM – Center for Marine Environmental Sciences Two massive, rapid releases of carbon during the onset of the Palaeocene-Eocene thermal maximum
Anthony L. Westerling 0000-0003-4573-0595 Scripps Institution of Oceanography Scripps Institution of Oceanography Climate Research Division University of California, Merced University of California, Merced School of Engineering University of California, Merced Sierra Nevada Research Institute Correction to "‘Increasing western US forest wildfire activity: sensitivity to changes in the timing of spring" Influence of Fires on O3 Concentrations in the Western U.S. Response of Sierra Nevada forests to projected climate–wildfire interactions Climate and wildfire area burned in western U.S. ecoprovinces, 1916–2003 Climate and Wildfire in the Western United States Wildfires drive interannual variability of organic carbon aerosol in the western U.S. in summer Climate change and wildfire in California Warming and Earlier Spring Increase Western U.S. Forest Wildfire Activity Climate change and growth scenarios for California wildfire Impacts of climate change from 2000 to 2050 on wildfire activity and carbonaceous aerosol concentrations in the western United States Continued warming could transform Greater Yellowstone fire regimes by mid-21st century Increasing western US forest wildfire activity: Sensitivity to changes in the timing of spring Interannual Variations in PM2.5 due to Wildfires in the Western United States
Sebastian Westermann 0000-0003-0514-4321 University of Oslo Department of Geosciences An observation-based constraint on permafrost loss as a function of global warming
Daniel Westervelt 0000-0003-0806-9961 Columbia University Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Program in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy Quantifying PM2.5-meteorology sensitivities in a global climate model
Bob Westfall 0000-0002-8315-3322