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2018
Feedbacks Between Nutrient Enrichment and Geomorphology Alter Bottom-Up Control on Food Webs, Nelson, James A., Johnson David Samuel, Deegan Linda A., Spivak Amanda C., and Sommer Nathalie R. , Ecosystems, May-05-2018, (2018)
Final Report- Characterizing local and range wide variation in demography and adaptive capacity of a forest indicator species, , 30-May-2018, (2018)
Final Report: Fitting the Climate Lens to Grassland Bird Conservation: Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability Using Demographically-Informed Species Distribution Models, Zuckerberg, Benjamin, and Ribic Christine A. , (2018)
Final Report for Climate Effects on the Culture and Ecology of Sugar Maple, Morelli, Toni L., and Stinson K , (2018)
Final Report for Making decisions in complex landscapes: headwater stream management across multiple agencies, Grant, Evan , 03/2018, Amherst, MA, (2018)
Final Report for Supporting Cooperation Between Tribes and Climate Scientists in the Northeast Region, Caldwell, Chris , 04/2018, Amherst, MA, (2018)
Final Report- Incorporating Social Drivers to Optimize Conservation Practices that Address Gulf Hypoxia and Declining Wildlife Populations Impacted by Extreme Climate Events, Waide, Jack B., Fox Timothy, Rohweder Jason J., Babbar-Sebens Meghna, Prokopy Linda S., de Jalon Silvestre, Singh Ajay, and White Gwen , 05-Jun-2018, (2018)
Final Report- The Climate Assessments and Scenario Planning (CLASP), Bryan, Alexander M. , 12-Oct-2018, Amherst, MA, (2018)
Fish assemblage production estimates in Appalachian streams across a latitudinal and temperature gradient, Myers, Bonnie J. E., C. Dolloff Andrew, Webster Jackson R., Nislow Keith H., Fair Brandon, and Rypel Andrew L. , Ecology of Freshwater Fish, Jan-01-2018, Volume 27, Issue 1, p.363 - 377, (2018)
Five-year external reviews of the eight Department of Interior Climate Science Centers: Northeast Climate Science Center., , 01-Jun-2018, Bethesda, Maryland, (2018)
Forested versus herbaceous wetlands: Can management mitigate ecohydrologic regime shifts from invasive emerald ash borer?, Diamond, Jacob S., McLaughlin Daniel L., Slesak Robert A., D’Amato Anthony, and Palik Brian J. , Journal of Environmental Management, 15-Sep-2018, Volume 222, p.436 - 446, (2018)
Function and underlying mechanisms of seasonal colour moulting in mammals and birds: what keeps them changing in a warming world?, Zimova, Marketa, Hackländer Klaus, Good Jeffrey M., Melo-Ferreira José, Alves Paulo Célio, and L. Mills Scott , Biological Reviews, May-03-2018, (2018)
2017
Final Report for Critical Thresholds and Ecosystem Services for Coastal Ecological and Human Climate Adaptation, Staudinger, Michelle D., Powell Emily, Milliken Andrew, and Tyrell Megan , July 2017, (2017)
The formulations of site-scale processes affect landscape-scale forest change predictions: a comparison between LANDIS PRO and LANDIS-II forest landscape models, Xiao, Jiangtao, Liang Yu, He Hong, Thompson Jonathan R., Wang Wen J., Fraser Jacob, and Wu Zhiwei , Landscape Ecology, Sep-6-2017, Volume 32, Issue 7, p.1347 - 1363, (2017)
Foundations of translational ecology, Enquist, Carolyn A. F., Jackson Stephen T., Garfin Gregg M., Davis Frank W., Gerber Leah R., Littell Jeremy A., Tank Jennifer L., Terando Adam J., Wall Tamara U., Halpern Benjamin S., et al. , Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, Jan-12-2017, Volume 15, Issue 10, p.541 - 550, (2017)
The future demographic niche of a declining grassland bird fails to shift poleward in response to climate change, McCauley, Lisa A., Ribic Christine A., Pomara Lars Y., and Zuckerberg Benjamin , Landscape Ecology, Jan-30-2017, Volume 32, Issue 4, p.807 - 821, (2017)
Future forest aboveground carbon dynamics in the central United States: the importance of forest demographic processes, Jin, Wenchi, He Hong, Thompson Frank R., Wang Wen J., Fraser Jacob, Shifley Stephen R., Hanberry Brice B., and Dijak William D. , Scientific Reports, Jun-02-2017, Volume 7, p.41821, (2017)

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