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Timothy A. Quine 0000-0002-5143-5157 University of Exeter Department of Biosciences REVIEW: The role of ecosystems and their management in regulating climate, and soil, water and air quality
Courtney Quinn University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Natural Resources Moving from agenda to action: evaluating local climate change action plans
Frank H. Quinn National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Potential effects of climate changes on aquatic systems: Laurentian Great Lakes and Precambrian shield region
Norman Quinn Caribbean Corals in Crisis: Record Thermal Stress, Bleaching, and Mortality in 2005
Patricia K. Quinn 0000-0003-0337-4895 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory Arctic Air Pollution: New Insights From POLARCAT-I PY
Thomas P. Quinn University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences The Behavior and Ecology of Pa... PERSPECTIVE: Potential responses to climate change in organisms with complex life histories: evolution and plasticity in Pacific salmon
Timothy Quinn Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Incorporating climate change into culvert design in Washington State, USA
Lenya N. Quinn-Davidson University of California Cooperative Extension Science Synthesis to Support S...
Maya Quinones U.S. Forest Service International Institute of Tropical Forestry Climate change implications for tropical islands: Interpolating and interpreting statistically downscaled GCM projections for management and planning Climate change and coffee: Assessing vulnerability by modeling future climate suitability in the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico
Zoraida Quiñones-Rivera University of Regina Department of Biology Eutrophication-driven deoxygenation in the coastal ocean
Kalani Quiocho Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument nca4 chapter 27 : Hawai‘i and US-Affiliated Pacific Islands
Sharon J. Quiring United Research Services Corporation URS A screening-level assessment of the health risks of chronic smoke exposure for wildland firefighters
Gehrig R. Responses in the start of Betula (birch) pollen seasons to recent changes in spring temperatures across Europe
Kristin K. Raab Minnesota Department of Health Environmental Health Division An evidence-based public health approach to climate change adaptation
Nancy N. Rabalais Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium Evidence for greater oxygen decline rates in the coastal ocean than in the open ocean Dynamics and distribution of natural and human-caused hypoxia Hypoxia in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Does the science support the plan to reduce, mitigate, and control hypoxia? Securing ocean benefits for society in the face of climate change Eutrophication-driven deoxygenation in the coastal ocean Coupling between climate variability and coastal eutrophication: Evidence and outlook for the northern Gulf of Mexico Global change and eutrophication of coastal waters Climate Change Impacts on Marine Ecosystems Effects of climate change on hypoxia in coastal waters: A doubled CO2 scenario for the northern Gulf of Mexico
Thomas Rabenhorst University of Maryland, Baltimore County Department of Geography and Environmental Systems Hurricane Sandy: The science and impacts of a superstorm
Shannon L. Rabideau Iowa State University Exploring alternatives to the "typical meteorological year" for incorporating climate change into building design
Robert M. Rabin National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration nca4 chapter 26 : Alaska
Stephanie Raby Harbor - UCLA Medical Center Department of Emergency Medicine Los Angeles County Emergency Medical Services Agency Medical events during the 2009 Los Angeles County Station fire: Lessons for wildfire EMS planning
Pavan N. Racherla Carnegie Mellon University Department of Engineering and Public Policy Carnegie Mellon University Department of Mechanical Engineering Foundation for Research and Technology A preliminary synthesis of modeled climate change impacts on U.S. regional ozone concentrations Sensitivity of global tropospheric ozone and fine particulate matter concentrations to climate change