Climate Change

Identifying stakeholder-relevant climate change impacts: A case study in the Yakima River Basin, Washington, USA. 2014. Jenni, K. et al. Climatic Change 124(1-2): 371-384. Link.

Does effective climate policy require well-informed citizen support? 2014. Rhodes, E. et al. Global Environ Change 29: 92-104. Link.

Increased temperature variation poses a greater risk to species than climate warming. 2014. Vasseur, D. et al. PRS-B  281: 1779. Link.

Labeling opinions in the climate debate: a critical review. 2015. Howarth, C. and A. Sharman. WIREs Climate Chg 6(2): 239–254. Link.

Women learn more from local than global examples of the biological impacts of climate change. 2015. Theobald, E. et al. Frontiers in Ecol and the Environ 13(3): 132–137. Link.

Coverage and framing of climate change adaptation in the media: A review of influential North American newspapers during 1993–2013. 2015. Ford, J. and D. King. Environ Sci and Policy 48: 137-146. Link.

Relative sensitivity to climate change of species in northwestern North America. 2015. Case, M. et al. Biol Conserv 187: 127-133. Link.

Comparative Phylogeography Highlights the Double-Edged Sword of Climate Change Faced by Arctic- and Alpine-Adapted Mammals. 2015. Lanier, H. et al. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0118396. Link.

Relating Sub-Surface Ice Features to Physiological Stress in a Climate Sensitive Mammal, the American Pika (Ochotona princeps). 2015. Wilening, J. et al. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0119327. Link.

Climate change creates rapid species turnover in montane communities. 2015. Gibson-Reineme, D. et al. Ecol and Evol 5(12): 2340-2347. Link.

Seepage: Climate change denial and its effect on the scientific community. 2015. Lewandowsky, S. et al. Global Environ Change 33: 1-13. Link.

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