Mar 12 2015

2014 Publications from AK CASC Researchers

During 2014, Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center researchers across several disciplines have produced many new publications:

Bennett, KE and Walsh, JE. 2014. Spatial and temporal changes in indices of extreme precipitation and temperature for Alaska. International Journal of Climatology. doi: 10.1002/joc.4067   

Bieniek, P, Walsh, JW, Thoman, RL, and Bhatt, US. 2014. Using climate divisions to analyze variations and trends in Alaska temperature and precipitation. J. Climate. 27: 2800–2818. doi: 

Euskirchen, ES, Carman, TB, and McGuire, AD. 2014. Changes in the structure and function of northern Alaskan ecosystems when considering variable leaf-out times across groupings of species in a dynamic vegetation model. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/gcb.12392. 

Euskirchen, ES, Edgar, CW, Turetsky, MR, Waldrop, MP and Harden, JW. 2014. Differential response of carbon fluxes to climate in three peatland ecosystems that vary in the presence and stability of permafrost. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 119(8):1576–1595. doi: 10.1002/2014JG002683  

Fellman, JB, Nagorski, S, Pyare, S, Vermilyea, AW, Scott, D, and Hood, E. Stream temperature response to variable glacier coverage in coastal watersheds of Southeast Alaska. Hydrological Processes. 28(4): 2062–2073. doi: 10.1002/hyp.9742 

Fellman, JB, Hood, E, Spencer, RGM, Stubbins, A, Raymond, PA. 2014. Watershed Glacier Coverage Influences Dissolved Organic Matter Biogeochemistry in Coastal Watersheds of Southeast Alaska. Ecosystems. 17 (6): 1014-1025. doi: 10.1007/s10021-014-9777-1 

Floyd, AL, Prakash, A, Meyer, FJ, Gens, R, Liljedahl, A. 2014. Using Synthetic Aperture Radar to Define Spring Breakup on the Kuparuk River, Northern Alaska.Arctic. 67 (4): 462–471. doi:

Gusmeroli, A, Wolken, GJ, Arendt, AA. 2014. Helicopter-borne radar imaging of snow cover on and around glaciers in Alaska. Annals of Glaciology. 55 (67): 78-88. doi:

Hansen, WD. 2014. Generalizable principles for ecosystem stewardship-based management of social-ecological systems: lessons learned from Alaska. Ecology and Society. 19(4): 13. doi:

Kettle, NP and Dow, K. 2014. The Role of Perceived Risk, Uncertainty, and Trust on Coastal Climate Change Adaptation Planning. Environment and Behavior: 1–28. doi:10.1177/0013916514551049

Liu, L, Schaefer, K, Gusmeroli, A, Grosse, G, Jones, BM, Zhang, T, Parsekian, AD, and Zebker, HA. 2014. Seasonal thaw settlement at drained thermokarst lake basins, Arctic Alaska. The Cryosphere. 8: 815-826. doi: 10.5194/tc-8-815-2014  

McAfee, SA, Walsh, J, and Rupp, TS. 2014. Statistically downscaled projections of snow/rain partitioning for Alaska. Hydrological Processes. 28(12):3930–3946. doi: 10.1002/hyp.9934  

O’Neel, S, Hood, E, Arendt, AA, and Sass, L. 2014. Assessing streamflow sensitivity to variations in glacier mass balance. Climatic Change. 123(2): 329-341. doi: 

Peterson, DL, Wolken, JM, Hollingsworth, TN, Giardina, CP, Littell, JS, Joyce, LA, Swanston, CW, Handler, SD, Rustad, LE, McNulty, SG. 2014. Regional Highlights of Climate Change. In Climate Change and United States Forests. Springer Netherlands: 113-148. doi:10.1007/978-94-007-7515-2_6

Spencer, RGM, Vermilyea, A, Fellman, J, Raymond, P, Stubbins, A, Scott, D, Hood, E. 2014. Seasonal variability of organic matter composition in an Alaskan glacier outflow: insights into glacier carbon sources. Environ. Res. Lett. 9. doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/9/5/055005


A list of the 2013 publications is available here.

A list of the 2011-2012 publications is available here.