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Is the northern high-latitude land-based CO2 sink weakening?, Hayes, D. J., McGuire A. D., Kicklighter David W., Gurney K. R., Burnside T.J., and Melillo Jerry M. , Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 2011, Volume 25, (2011)
Leaf- and cell-level carbon cycling responses to a nitrogen and phosphorus gradient in two Arctic tundra species, Heskel, Mary A., Anderson O. R., Atkin O. K., Turnbull M. H., and Griffin Kevin L. , American Journal of Botany, 10/2012, Volume 99, p.1702 - 1714, (2012)
Thermal acclimation of shoot respiration in an Arctic woody plant species subjected to 22 years of warming and altered nutrient supply, Heskel, Mary A., Greaves Heather E., Turnbull Matthew H., O’Sullivan Odhran S., Shaver Gaius R., Griffin Kevin L., and Atkin Owen K. , Global Change Biology, 08/2014, Volume 20, p.2618 - 2630, (2014)
Seasonality of foliar respiration in two dominant plant species from the Arctic tundra: response to long-term warming and short-term temperature variability, Heskel, Mary A., Bitterman Danielle, Atkin Owen K., Turnbull Matthew H., and Griffin Kevin L. , Functional Plant Biology, 2014, Volume 41, p.287, (2014)
Bringing the Kok effect to light: A review on the integration of daytime respiration and net ecosystem exchange, Heskel, Mary A., Atkin Owen K., Turnbull Matthew H., and Griffin Kevin L. , Ecosphere, 08/2013, Volume 4, p.art98, (2013)
Convergence in the temperature response of leaf respiration across biomes and plant functional types, Heskel, Mary A., O'Sullivan Odhran S., Reich Peter B., Tjoelker Mark G., Weerasinghe Lasantha K., Penillard Aurore, Egerton John J., Creek Danielle, Bloomfield Keith J., Xiang Jen, et al. , Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume 113, Issue 14, (2016)
Amphibian Contributions to Ecosystem Services, Hocking, Daniel J., and Babbitt Kimberly J. , Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 02/2014, Volume 9, p.1-17, (2014)
Effects of experimental forest management on a terrestrial, woodland salamander in Missouri, Hocking, Daniel J., Connette Grant M., Conner Christopher A., Scheffers Brett R., Pittman Shannon E., Peterman William E., and Semlitsch Raymond D. , Forest Ecology and Management, 1/2013, Volume 287, p.32 - 39, (2013)
Effects of Red-Backed Salamanders on Ecosystem Functions, Hocking, Daniel J., and Babbitt Kimberly J. , PLoS ONE, 1/2014, Volume 9, p.e86854, (2014)
Comparing the influence of ecology journals using citation-based indices: making sense of a multitude of metrics, Hocking, Daniel J. , Ideas in Ecology and Evolution, 2013, Volume 6, (2013)
Comparison of silvicultural and natural disturbance effects on terrestrial salamanders in northern hardwood forests, Hocking, Daniel J., Babbitt Kimberly J., and Yamasaki Mariko , Biological Conservation, 11/2013, Volume 167, p.194 - 202, (2013)
New York City Panel on Climate Change 2015 Report Chapter 2: Sea Level Rise and Coastal Storms, Horton, Radley M., Little Christopher, Gornitz Vivien, Bader Daniel A., and Oppenheimer Michael , Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 01/2015, Volume 1336, p.36 - 44, (2015)
Global and Regional Sea Level Rise Scenarios for the United States, Horton, Radley M., Sweet William V., Kopp Robert E., Weaver Christopher P., Obeysekera Jayantha, Zervas Chris, and E. Thieler Robert , 01/2017, Silver Spring, Maryland, (2017)
Projected changes in extreme temperature events based on the NARCCAP model suite, Horton, Radley M., Coffel Ethan, Winter Jonathan M., and Bader Daniel A. , Geophysical Research Letters, 2015, Volume 42, Issue 8, p.7722-7731, (2015)
A Review of Recent Advances in Research on Extreme Heat Events, Horton, Radley M., Mankin Justin S., Lesk Corey, Coffel Ethan, and Raymond Colin , Current Climate Change Reports, Jan-12-2016, Volume 2, Issue 4, p.242 - 259, (2016)
Chapter 3: Climate observations and projections, Horton, Radley M., Gornitz Vivien, Bowman Malcolm, and Blake Reginald , Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 05/2010, Volume 1196, p.41 - 62, (2010)
Ch. 16: Northeast. Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment, Horton, Radley M., Yohe Gary, Easterling W., Kates R., Ruth M., Sussman E., Whelchel A., Wolfe D., and Lipschultz F. , National Climate Assessment, Washington, D.C., p.371-395, (2014)
Beyond Hurricane Sandy: What Might the Future Hold for Tropical Cyclones in the North Atlantic?, Horton, Radley M., and Liu Jiping , Journal of Extreme Events, 08/2014, Volume 01, p.1450007, (2014)
Climate Risks, Horton, Radley M., Bader Daniel A., Tryhorn L, DeGaetano A, and Rosenzweig Cynthia , Responding To Climate Change In New York State: The CLIMAID Integrated Assessment For Effective Climate Change Adaptation In New York State: Final Report , Volume 1244, OXFORD OX2 0EL, ENGLAND, (2011)
New York City Panel on Climate Change 2015 Report, Chapter 1: Climate Observations and Projections, Horton, Radley M., Bader Daniel A., Kushnir Yochanan, Little Christopher, Blake Reginald, and Rosenzweig Cynthia , Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 01/2015, Volume 1336, p.18 - 35, (2015)
Climate Hazard Assessment for Stakeholder Adaptation Planning in New York City, Horton, Radley M., Gornitz Vivien, Bader Daniel A., Ruane Alex C., Goldberg Richard, and Rosenzweig Cynthia , Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 11/2011, Volume 50, p.2247 - 2266, (2011)
Ice, Snow, and Swamp: Managing Deer in Michigan’s Changing Climate, Hoving, Christopher L., and Notaro Michael , Michigan Journal of Sustainability, Jan-04-2015, Volume 3, (2015)
Ice, Snow, and Swamp: Managing Deer in Michigan’s Changing Climate, Hoving, Christopher L. , Michigan Journal of Sustainability, 04/2015, Volume 3, (2015)
Total and extreme precipitation changes over the Northeastern United States, Huang, Huanping, Winter Jonathan M., Osterberg Erich C., Horton Radley M., and Beckage Brian , Journal of Hydrometeorology, Apr-20-2017, (2017)
Blackpoll Warbler (Dendroica striata), Hunt, P., and Eliason B.C. , The Birds of North America Online, (2013)

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