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Title Author Datesort descending Subjects
Current and future impacts of extreme events in California Mastrandea, Michael, Tebaldi, Claudia, Snyder, Carolyn, and Schneider, Stephen 2011 climate change, extreme events, climate change projections
Climate Change Impacts: Gulf of the Farallones and Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuaries. Report of a Joint Working Group of the Gulf of the Farallones and Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuaries Advisory Councils Largier, J.L., B.S. Cheng, and K.D. Higgason, editors. 2011 climate change impacts, marine ecosystems
Statistical models of temperature in the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta under climate-change scenarios and ecological implications Wagner, R., Stacey, Mark, Brown, Larry, and Dettinger, Michael 2011 climate change, aquatic ecosystems, fish, invertebrates
A statistical explanation of MaxEnt for ecologists Elith, Jane, Phillips, Steven J., Hastie, Trevor, Dudik, Miroslav, Chee, Yung En, and Yates, Colin J. 2011 statistical methods, species distribution modeling, ecological modeling
Predicting the effects of climate change on the size and frequency of floods in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Valley Das, Tapash 2011 flood risk management, climate change impacts
West-Wide Climate Risk Assessments: Bias-Corrected and Spatially Downscaled Surface Water Projections U.S. Bureau of Reclamation 2011 downscaling, hydrologic modeling, climate modeling
Application of species distribution models and conservation planning software to the design of a reserve network for the riverine fishes of northeastern Mesoamerica Esselman, Peter C. and Allan, J.D. 2011 conservation prioritization, protected area networks, fish, freshwater ecosystems, species distribution modeling
Adapting to climate impacts in California: the importance of civic science in local coastal planning McGuinnis, Michael Vincent and McGinnis, Christina Elizabeth 2011 coastal zone management, climate change adaptation
Identifying habitat conservation priorities and gaps for migratory shorebirds and waterfowl in California Stralberg, Diana, Cameron, D. Richard, Reynolds, Mark D., Hickey, Catherine M., Klausmeyer, Kirk, Busby, Sylvia M., Stenzel, Lynne E., Shuford, W. David, and Page, Gary W. 2011 biodiversity management, birds, conservation prioritization
A Climate Change Primer for Land Managers: An Example from the Sierra Nevada Morelli, Toni Lyn, Maureen C. McGlinchy, Ronald P. Neilson 2011 climate change adaptation, resource management, ecological modeling, novel ecosystems
Potential impacts of increased coastal flooding in California due to sea-level rise Heberger, Matthew, Cooley, Heather, Herrera, Pablo, Gleick, Peter, and Moore, Eli 2011 sea level rise, coastal flooding, climate change
Comment on “Changes in climatic water balance drive downhill shifts in plant species’ optimum elevations” Stephenson, Nathan L. and Das, Adrian J. 2011 vegetation distribution, climatic water deficit, climate change
Rethinking species' ability to cope with rapid climate change Hof, Christian, Levinsky, Irina, Araújo, Miguel B., and Rahbek, Carsten 2011 historical biogeography, biodiversity
Sea Slugs as Brilliant Indicators of Climate Change in Central California Goddard, Jeffrey H. R., Pearse, John S., and Gosliner, Terrence M. 2011 invertebrates, marine ecosystems, biodiversity
The impact of climate change on California timberlands Hannah, L, Costello, C., Guo, C., Ries, L., Kolstad, C., Panitz, D., and Snider, N. 2011 climate change, forest management
Projected evolution of California's San Francisco Bay-Delta-River system in a century of climate change Cloern, James E., Knowles, Noah, Brown, Larry R., Cayan, Daniel, Dettinger, Michael D., Morgan, Tara L., Schoelhamer, David H., Stacey, Mark T., van der Wegen, Mick, Wagner, R. Wayne, and Jassby, Alan D. 2011 sea level rise, climate change