Name ORCID Organizations Publications
Branwen Williams 0000-0001-6378-9828 Scripps College The Geological Record of Ocean Acidification
Byron K. Williams Adaptive Management Working Group U.S. Geological Survey Adaptive Management: The US De... Adaptive resource management and the value of information
Candiss O. Williams Charles E. Kellogg National Soil Survey Laboratory Nitrogen-climate interactions in US agriculture
Caroline M. Williams 0000-0003-3112-0286 University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Department of Entomology and Nematology Cold truths: How winter drives responses of terrestrial organisms to climate change
Christopher A. Williams Clark University Clark University Graduate School of Geography Reduction in carbon uptake during turn of the century drought in western North America second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 9 : Forests 9.4: Teragrams (Tg) of Carbon in Western U.S. Trees Killed by Disturbances Disturbance and the carbon balance of US forests: A quantitative review of impacts from harvests, fires, insects, and droughts Terrestrial Gross Carbon Dioxide Uptake: Global Distribution and Covariation with Climate 9.2: Flow Diagram of Active Carbon Exchanges and Stores Between the Atmosphere and the Forest Sector Large carbon release legacy from bark beetle outbreaks across Western United States Recent decline in the global land evapotranspiration trend due to limited moisture supply Carbon consequences of forest disturbance and recovery across the conterminous United States 9.3: Satellite-Derived Distribution of Major Forest Disturbances by Type for Canada (a) and the United States (b). Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR2): A Sustained Assessment Report
Christopher Alan Williams 0000-0002-5047-0639
Christopher D. Williams GreenWater Laboratories Recreational exposure to microcystins during algal blooms in two California lakes
Claude N. Williams National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Centers for Environmental Information NCEI National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Climatic Data Center A Model to Estimate the Time of Observation Bias Associated with Monthly Mean Maximum, Minimum and Mean Temperatures for the United States On the reliability of the U.S. surface temperature record NOAA's Merged Land–Ocean Surface Temperature Analysis The U.S. Historical Climatology Network Monthly Temperature Data, Version 2 Quantifying the effect of urbanization on U.S. Historical Climatology Network temperature records Deriving historical temperature and precipitation time series for Alaska climate divisions via climatologically aided interpolation Benchmarking the performance of pairwise homogenization of surface temperatures in the United States An intercomparison of temperature trends in the U.S. Historical Climatology Network and recent atmospheric reanalyses Homogenization of Temperature Series via Pairwise Comparisons An overview of the Global Historical Climatology Network monthly mean temperature data set, version 3 Improved Historical Temperature and Precipitation Time Series for U.S. Climate Divisions
David Williams U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Addressing Climate Change in Long-Term Water Resources Planning and Management: User Needs for Improving Tools and Information
David G. Williams 0000-0003-3627-5260 University of Wyoming Department of Botany University of Wyoming Department of Ecosystem Science And Management University of Wyoming Department of Renewable Resources University of Wyoming Program in Ecology Impacts of warming and elevated CO2 on a semi-arid grassland are non-additive, shift with precipitation, and reverse over time Mechanisms of plant survival and mortality during drought: why do some plants survive while others succumb to drought? Invasive forb benefits from water savings by native plants and carbon fertilization under elevated CO2 and warming C4 grasses prosper as carbon dioxide eliminates desiccation in warmed semi-arid grassland
David R. Williams Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health University of Michigan Institute for Social Research The social determinants of health: coming of age
Erik H. Williams National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Southeast Fisheries Science Center Forecasting the dynamics of a coastal fishery species using a coupled climate–population model
Ernest H. Williams Caribbean Corals in Crisis: Record Thermal Stress, Bleaching, and Mortality in 2005
Gail Williams 0000-0002-4822-5263 The University of Queensland School of Public Health Ozone modifies associations between temperature and cardiovascular mortality: Analysis of the NMMAPS data Temperature enhanced effects of ozone on cardiovascular mortality in 95 large US communities, 1987-2000: Assessment using the NMMAPS data Does temperature modify short-term effects of ozone on total mortality in 60 large eastern US communities? An assessment using the NMMAPS data
Gareth J. Williams Bangor University School of Ocean Sciences Scripps Institution of Oceanography Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand School of Biological Sciences Patterns of Coral Disease across the Hawaiian Archipelago: Relating Disease to Environment Local-scale projections of coral reef futures and implications of the Paris Agreement
Gregory D. Williams National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Northwest Fisheries Science Center Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission Experiments with seasonal forecasts of ocean conditions for the northern region of the California Current upwelling system
Ian N. Williams Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Earth and Environmental Sciences Area Climate Sciences Department Vegetation controls on surface heat flux partitioning, and land-atmosphere coupling
Ian T. Williams National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Environmental Diseases Surveillance for foodborne disease outbreaks - United States, 1998-2008
Jack E. Williams Trout Unlimited Flow regime, temperature, and biotic interactions drive differential declines of trout species under climate change
James H. Williams University of San Francisco The Technology Path to Deep Greenhouse Gas Emissions Cuts by 2050: The Pivotal Role of Electricity 3.13: Incremental Energy System Costs in 2050