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Andrew J. Theising Southern Illinois University Edwardsville St. Louis Currents: The Fifth ...
Jürgen Theiss Theiss Research Santa Ana winds of Southern California: Their climatology, extremes, and behavior spanning six and a half decades
Peter Thejll 0000-0002-5074-699X Danish Climate Centre Improved confidence in climate change projections of precipitation evaluated using daily statistics from the PRUDENCE ensemble
Mathias Themeßl University of Graz Wegener Center for Climate and Global Change Impacts of climate change on stream flow and hydro power generation in the Alpine region
Prasad Thenkabail 0000-0002-2182-8822 U.S. Geological Survey Global land cover mapping: A review and uncertainty analysis
David M. Theobald Colorado State University Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology Colorado State University Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Colorado State University Department of Natural Resource Recreation & Tourism Colorado State University Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory NREL Conservation Science Partners Development and Applications of a Comprehensive Land Use Classification and Map for the US National housing and impervious surface scenarios for integrated climate impact assessments Climate Change in Wildlands: P... Rural Land-Use Trends in the Conterminous United States, 1950-2000 Achieving climate connectivity in a fragmented landscape Divergent projections of future land use in the United States arising from different models and scenarios Expansion of the US wildland–urban interface Historic and future extent of wildfires in the Southern Rockies Ecoregion, USA
Phil W. Theobald AgResearch Effects of long-term exposure to enriched CO2 on the nutrient-supplying capacity of a grassland soil
Rebecca Theobald University of Colorado Boulder Department of Geography Water and poverty in the United States
Kathleen A. Theoharides University of Massachusetts Boston Department of Biology 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.
Jean-Noël Thépaut European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts ECMWF Northern Hemisphere atmospheric stilling partly attributed to an increase in surface roughness
Matthew Therrell 0000-0002-9174-6005 Southern Illinois University Department of Geography and Environmental Resources University of Arkansas Tree-Ring Laboratory Waniyetu Wówapi: Native American Records of Weather and Climate Sacramento River Flow Reconstructed to A.D. 869 from Tree Rings
Anne E. Thessen 0000-0002-2908-3327 University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Horn Point Laboratory Effect of salinity on the distribution, growth, and toxicity of Karenia spp
Ethan J. Theuerkauf 0000-0002-9035-7454 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Institute of Marine Sciences Sea level anomalies exacerbate beach erosion
Jeanne Thibeault University of Connecticut University of Connecticut Department of Geography Recent and projected annual cycles of temperature and precipitation in the northeast United States from CMIP5 Changing climate extremes in the Northeast United States: Observations and projections from CMIP5
Patricia Thibodeau 0000-0002-6005-8816 Northwest Fisheries Science Center Conservation Biology Division Shell condition and survival of Puget Sound pteropods are impaired by ocean acidification conditions
E. Robert Thieler 0000-0003-4311-9717 U.S. Geological Survey Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center Coastal Sensitivity to Sea Level Rise: A Focus on the Mid-Atlantic Region. A report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research Smartphone-based distributed data collection enables rapid assessment of shorebird habitat suitability Effects of sea-level rise on barrier island groundwater system dynamics — Ecohydrological implications nca4 chapter 18 : Northeast A Bayesian network approach to predicting nest presence of the federally-threatened piping plover (Charadrius melodus) using barrier island features A Bayesian network to predict coastal vulnerability to sea level rise National Assessment of Coastal Vulnerability to Sea-Level Rise: Preliminary Results for the U.S. Atlantic Coast. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 99-593, 1 Map Sheet. National Assessment of Coastal Vulnerability to Future Sea-Level Rise: Preliminary Results for the US Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf of Mexico Coasts. US Reports 99–593, 00-178, and 00-179 National assessment of coastal vulnerability to sea-level rise: Preliminary results for the U.S. Gulf of Mexico Coast. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 00-179, 1 map sheet. Using a Bayesian network to predict barrier island geomorphologic characteristics Evaluation of dynamic coastal response to sea-level rise modifies inundation likelihood 18.7: Coastal Impacts of Climate Change National assessment of coastal vulnerability to sea-level rise: Preliminary results for the U.S. Pacific Coast. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 00-178, 1 map sheet. Smartphone technologies and Bayesian networks to assess shorebird habitat selection
Mark H. Thiemens University of California, San Diego Cold season emissions dominate the Arctic tundra methane budget Elevated CO2 further lengthens growing season under warming conditions Increased threat of tropical cyclones and coastal flooding to New York City during the anthropogenic era
Francis Thien 0000-0003-0925-6566 Eastern Health Respiratory Medicine The Melbourne thunderstorm asthma event: Can we avert another strike?
Melanie M. Thoenes Pinellas County Health Department University of South Florida Heat-related illness risk with methylphenidate use
Wayne E. Thogmartin 0000-0002-2384-4279 U.S. Geological Survey Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center The pace of past climate change vs. potential bird distributions and land use in the United States Spring plant phenology and false springs in the conterminous US during the 21st century
H. C. S. Thom Environmental Science Services Administration Environmental Data Service U.S. Weather Bureau Climatological Services Division The rational relationship between heating degree days and temperature Normal Degree Days above any Base by the Universal Truncation Coefficient
Malte Thoma 0000-0002-4033-3905 Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research Future sea-level rise due to projected ocean warming beneath the Filchner Ronne Ice Shelf: A coupled model study
Frank Thomalla 0000-0002-5796-9790 Stockholm Environmental Institute Reducing hazard vulnerability: Towards a common approach between disaster risk reduction and climate adaptation
Richard L. Thoman National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Weather Service National Weather Service Alaska Region nca4 chapter 26 : Alaska The exceptionally warm winter of 2015/16 in Alaska 26.1: Observed and Projected Changes in Annual Average Temperature Downscaling of climate model output for Alaskan stakeholders Deriving historical temperature and precipitation time series for Alaska climate divisions via climatologically aided interpolation Hot Alaska: As the climate warms, Alaska experiences record high temperatures An assessment of the role of anthropogenic climate change in the Alaska fire season of 2015 [in “Explaining Extreme Events of 2015 from a Climate Perspective”] Using Climate Divisions to Analyze Variations and Trends in Alaska Temperature and Precipitation
Adelle Thomas Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Adaptation through insurance: lessons from the NFIP