Name ORCID Organizations Publications
Hamed Sanei Geological Survey of Canada Increasing contaminant burdens in an arctic fish, Burbot (Lota lota), in a warming climate
Eric Sanford Hopkins Marine Station University of California, Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory University of California, Davis Department of Evolution and Ecology Persistent carry-over effects of planktonic exposure to ocean acidification in the Olympia oyster Water temperature, predation, and the neglected role of physiological rate effects in rocky intertidal communities
Todd J. Sanford Climate Central Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences CIRES Earth System Research Laboratory Chemical Sciences Division Union of Concerned Scientists Detecting synoptic warming trends across the US midwest and implications to human health and heat-related mortality The Age of Alaskan Wildfires... Contributions of stratospheric water vapor to decadal changes in the rate of global warming
Ward E. Sanford U.S. Geological Survey Estimation of evapotranspiration across the conterminous United States using a regression with climate and land-cover data
Michael Sangobanwo 0000-0002-7642-1261 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Cooperative Science center for Earth Systems Science and Remote Sensing Technologies NOAA-CESSRST Inter-annual variability in urban heat island intensity over 10 major cities in the United States
Joelie Sanguya Joelie Sanguya Linking Inuit knowledge and meteorological station observations to understand changing wind patterns at Clyde River, Nunavut
Arthur Saniotis The University of Adelaide School of Public Health Vulnerability to extreme heat and climate change: Is ethnicity a factor?
Masaki Sano Nagoya University Department of Earth and Environmental Science Continental-scale temperature variability during the past two millennia
Chris A. Sanocki U.S. Geological Survey Floods of September 2010 in Southern Minnesota, U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2011-5045
Phil G. Sansom 0000-0002-5596-4507 Exeter Climate Systems A multimodel assessment of future projections of North Atlantic and European extratropical cyclones in the CMIP5 climate models
Alan Sanstad Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Climate Change and Energy Supply and Use. Technical Report to the U.S. Department of Energy in Support of the National Climate Assessment Climate change and electricity demand in California
Juana Magdalena Santana-Casiano 0000-0002-7930-7683 University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Department of Chemistry Detecting regional anthropogenic trends in ocean acidification against natural variability A time-series view of changing ocean chemistry due to ocean uptake of anthropogenic CO2 and ocean acidification
Benjamin D. Santer Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison Detection and Attribution of Temperature Changes in the Mountainous Western United States Attribution of Declining Western U.S. Snowpack to Human Effects Consequences of twenty-first-century policy for multi-millennial climate and sea-level change A probabilistic quantification of the anthropogenic component of twentieth century global warming Downscaling CMIP5 climate models shows increased tropical cyclone activity over the 21st century Comparing tropospheric warming in climate models and satellite data Projections of Future Drought in the Continental United States and Mexico The influence of solar spectral variations on global radiative balance Contribution of the Interdecadal Pacific Oscillation to twentieth-century global surface temperature trends Variability of ocean heat uptake: Reconciling observations and models The Mid-1970s Climate Shift in the Pacific and the Relative Roles of Forced versus Inherent Decadal Variability Simulated and observed variability in ocean temperature and heat content Identifying human influences on atmospheric temperature Identification of external influences on temperatures in California Large near-term projected snowpack loss over the western United States Detection and Attribution of Streamflow Timing Changes to Climate Change in the Western United States Separating signal and noise in atmospheric temperature changes: The importance of timescale Human-Induced Changes in the Hydrology of the Western United States Delayed detection of climate mitigation benefits due to climate inertia and variability Identification of human-induced changes in atmospheric moisture content CMIP5 Climate Model Analyses: Climate Extremes in the United States Tropospheric warming over the past two decades
Catherine D. Santiago 0000-0001-9276-7871 University of Denver Department of Psychology Coping with displacement from Hurricane Katrina: Predictors of one-year post-traumatic stress and depression symptom trajectories
Louis S. Santiago University of California, Riverside Tropical Tree Physiology: Adap...
Aline Santin Hospital Henri Mondor Emergency Department Prognostic factors in non-exertional heatstroke
Jose Eduardo P. Santos 0000-0003-3403-1465 University of California, Davis Department of Population Health and Reproduction University of California, Davis Veterinary Medicine Teaching and Research Center Technical note: Effects of adding shade and fans to a feedbunk sprinkler system for preparturient cows on health and performance
Mathuram Santosham Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Diarrhoeal diseases in the White Mountain Apaches: Clinical studies
Felicitas Santos-Martin 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
Agus Santoso 0000-0001-7749-8124 Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science University of New South Wales Climate Change Research Centre Increased frequency of extreme La NiƱa events under greenhouse warming Recent intensification of wind-driven circulation in the Pacific and the ongoing warming hiatus