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Meghan A. Duffy 0000-0002-8142-0802 Georgia Institute of Technology School of Biology Solar radiation decreases parasitism in Daphnia
Paul A. Duffy Neptune and Company University of Alaska Fairbanks Department of Forest Sciences University of Alaska Fairbanks School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences Arctic tundra fires: Natural variability and responses to climate change Tundra burning in Alaska: Linkages to climatic change and sea ice retreat Simulating the effects of climate change on fire regimes in Arctic biomes: Implications for caribou and moose habitat Climatic thresholds shape northern high-latitude fire regimes and imply vulnerability to future climate change Vulnerability of carbon storage in North American boreal forests to wildfires during the 21st century Vulnerability and adaptation to climate-related fire impacts in rural and urban interior Alaska Alaska’s changing fire regime — implications for the vulnerability of its boreal forests Is Alaska's boreal forest now crossing a major ecological threshold? Assessing the response of area burned to changing climate in western boreal North America using a Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines (MARS) approach
Philip B. Duffy Carnegie Institution for Science Department of Global Ecology Climate Central Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory University of California, Merced An Enhanced Archive Facilitating Climate Impacts and Adaptation Analysis Past and ongoing shifts in Joshua tree distribution support future modeled range contraction The velocity of climate change Identification of external influences on temperatures in California Increasing prevalence of extreme summer temperatures in the U.S.
Johan Duflou Sydney South West Pathology Service Department of Forensic Medicine University of New South Wales University of Sydney School of Medical Sciences Discipline of Pathology Hypothermia fatalities in a temperate climate: Sydney, Australia
Anthony Dufour French National Center for Scientific Research CNRS Miscanthus: A fast‐growing crop for biofuels and chemicals production
Eric Dufrêne University of Paris-Sud Laboratory of Ecology, Systematics and Evolution UMR 8079 Climate change impacts on tree ranges: Model intercomparison facilitates understanding and quantification of uncertainty
Jean-Louis Dufresne 0000-0003-4764-9600 Laboratory of Dynamic Meteorology LMD Pierre and Marie Curie University On the interpretation of inter-model spread in CMIP5 climate sensitivity estimates
Darcy Dugan Alaska Ocean Observing System nca4 chapter 26 : Alaska
Jason L. Dugas 0000-0001-6094-7560 U.S. Geological Survey Mangrove expansion and contraction at a poleward range limit: Climate extremes and land-ocean temperature gradients
Claude Duguay University of Waterloo Department of Geography and Environmental Management Water and Climate Impacts Research Centre River-ice break-up/freeze-up: A review of climatic drivers, historical trends and future predictions Past and Future Changes in Arctic Lake and River Ice
Clifford S. Duke 0000-0002-8041-4267 Ecological Society of America Ecological Society of America Office of Science Programs Climate Change Effects on Rangelands: Affirming the Need for Monitoring. RMRS Human Dimensions Research Program: Discussion Paper AGRICULTURE: Sustainable Biofuels Redux
Norman C. Duke 0000-0003-2081-9120 James Cook University TropWATER Centre The University of Queensland Centre for Marine Science Large-scale dieback of mangroves in Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria: A severe ecosystem response, coincidental with an unusually extreme weather event Threats to mangroves from climate change and adaptation options: A review
Jeffrey S. Dukes 0000-0001-9482-7743 Carnegie Institution for Science Department of Global Ecology Purdue University Purdue University Department of Biological Sciences Purdue University Department of Forestry and Natural Resources University of Massachusetts Boston Department of Biology Responses of Grassland Production to Single and Multiple Global Environmental Changes Strong response of an invasive plant species ( Centaurea solstitialis L.) to global environmental changes Five Potential Consequences of Climate Change for Invasive Species Rising atmospheric CO2 is reducing the protein concentration of a floral pollen source essential for North American bees Climate Change and Agriculture in the United States: Effects and Adaptation. USDA Technical Bulletin 1935 Will extreme climatic events facilitate biological invasions? Responses of insect pests, pathogens, and invasive plant species to climate change in the forests of northeastern North America: What can we predict?This article is one of a selection of papers from NE Forests 2100: A Synthesis of Climate Change Impacts on Forests of the Northeastern US and Eastern Canada. Global change, global trade, and the next wave of plant invasions The added complications of climate change: understanding and managing biodiversity and ecosystems Poised to prosper? A cross-system comparison of climate change effects on native and non-native species performance Invasive Species and Global Cl... Global threats from invasive alien species in the twenty-first century and national response capacities
Deanna M. Dulen U.S. National Park Service Devils Postpile National Monument Managing climate change refugia for climate adaptation
Stefan Dullinger 0000-0003-3919-0887 Durham University Department of Biosciences University of Vienna Department of Botany and Biodiversity Research University of Vienna Department of Conservation Biology, Vegetation, and Landscape Ecology Vienna Institute for Nature Conservation and Analyses VINCA No saturation in the accumulation of alien species worldwide Climate change might drive the invasive tree Robinia pseudacacia into nature reserves and endangered habitats
Nicholas K. Dulvy 0000-0002-4295-9725 Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science CEFAS Simon Fraser University Department of Biological Sciences Climate change and deepening of the North Sea fish assemblage: a biotic indicator of warming seas Flattening of Caribbean coral reefs: region-wide declines in architectural complexity
Martha Dunbar European Commission Joint Research Centre Magnitude of extreme heat waves in present climate and their projection in a warming world
Robert B. Dunbar Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment Department of Environmental Earth System Science A short-term in situ CO2 enrichment experiment on Heron Island (GBR)
Bryan Duncan Goddard Earth Sciences and Technology Center Multimodel estimates of intercontinental source-receptor relationships for ozone pollution
Sarah Duncan National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Weather Service Sea-level variability and change in the US-affiliated Pacific Islands: Understanding the high sea levels during 2006–2008
Kathleen Dunckel Unity College School of Environmental Citizenship Projected future distribution of Tsuga canadensis across alternative climate scenarios in Maine, U.S
Robert W. Dunford 0000-0002-6559-1687 United Kingdom Centre for Ecology and Hydrology Lancaster Environment Centre University of Oxford Environmental Change Institute Climate change impact modelling needs to include cross-sectoral interactions Linkages between biodiversity attributes and ecosystem services: A systematic review Assessing uncertainties in land cover projections
Jennifer Dungait 0000-0001-9074-4174 Rothamsted Research Sustainable Soils and Grassland Systems Department Agriculture: Steps to sustainable livestock
Jason B. Dunham 0000-0002-6268-0633 U.S. Geological Survey Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center Behavioral flexibility as a mechanism for coping with climate change Flow regime, temperature, and biotic interactions drive differential declines of trout species under climate change Defining ecological drought for the twenty-first century
Michael Duniway 0000-0002-9643-2785 U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service Jornada Experimental Range U.S. Geological Survey Southwest Biological Science Center Cross-system comparisons elucidate disturbance complexities and generalities Testing the apparent resistance of three dominant plants to chronic drought on the Colorado Plateau