NC CASC funds a year full of impactful research in 2019

NC CASC funds a year full of impactful research in 2019


In addition to numerous reports and fact sheets, at least 15 articles in high-impact journals were published in 2019 that were in part funded by the NC CASC:

Adhikari, Arjun, and Andrew J. Hansen. “Climate and Water Balance Change among Public, Private, and Tribal Lands within Greater Wild Land Ecosystems across North Central USA.” Climatic Change 152, no. 3 (March 1, 2019): 551–67.

Adhikari, Arjun, Andrew J. Hansen, and Imtiaz Rangwala. “Ecological Water Stress under Projected Climate Change across Hydroclimate Gradients in the North-Central United States.” Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 58, no. 9 (August 1, 2019): 2103–14.

Adhikari, Arjun, Kumar P. Mainali, Imtiaz Rangwala, and Andrew J. Hansen. “Various Measures of Potential Evapotranspiration Have Species-Specific Impact on Species Distribution Models.” Ecological Modelling 414 (December 15, 2019): 108836.

Arora, Gaurav, Hongli Feng, Christopher J. Anderson, and David A. Hennessy. “Evidence of Climate Change Impacts on Crop Comparative Advantage and Land Use.” Agricultural Economics n/a, no. n/a (2019).

Beeton, Tyler A., Shannon M. McNeeley, Brian W. Miller, and Dennis S. Ojima. “Grounding Simulation Models with Qualitative Case Studies: Toward a Holistic Framework to Make Climate Science Usable for US Public Land Management.” Climate Risk Management 23 (January 1, 2019): 50–66.

Finch, Deborah M., Carolyn Baldwin, David P. Brown, Katelyn P. Driscoll, Erica Fleishman, Paulette L. Ford, Brice Hanberry, Amy J. Symstad, Bill Van Pelt, and Richard Zabel. “Management Opportunities and Research Priorities for Great Plains Grasslands.” Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-398. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 56 p. 398 (2019).

Gangopadhyay, Subhrendu, Gregory McCabe, Gregory Pederson, Justin Martin, and Jeremy S. Littell. “Risks of Hydroclimatic Regime Shifts across the Western United States.” Scientific Reports 9, no. 1 (April 19, 2019): 1–8.

Lyon, Nicholas J., Diane M. Debinski, and Imtiaz Rangwala. “Evaluating the Utility of Species Distribution Models in Informing Climate Change-Resilient Grassland Restoration Strategy.” Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7 (2019).

Martin, Justin T., Gregory T. Pederson, Connie A. Woodhouse, Edward R. Cook, Gregory J. McCabe, Erika K. Wise, Patrick Erger, et al. “1200 Years of Upper Missouri River Streamflow Reconstructed from Tree Rings.” Quaternary Science Reviews 224 (November 15, 2019): 105971.

Naughton, Helen T., Kendall A. Houghton, Eric D. Raile, Elizabeth A. Shanahan, and Michael P. Wallner. “How Much Are US Households Prepared to Pay to Manage and Protect Whitebark Pine (Pinus Albicaulis Engelm.)?” Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 92, no. 1 (January 1, 2019): 52–61.

Pennington, Victoria E., John B. Bradford, Kyle A. Palmquist, Rachel R. Renne, and William K. Lauenroth. “Patterns of Big Sagebrush Plant Community Composition and Stand Structure in the Western United States.” Rangeland Ecology & Management 72, no. 3 (May 1, 2019): 505–14.

Ravindranath, Arun, Naresh Devineni, Upmanu Lall, Edward R. Cook, Greg Pederson, Justin Martin, and Connie Woodhouse. “Streamflow Reconstruction in the Upper Missouri River Basin Using a Novel Bayesian Network Model.” Water Resources Research 55, no. 9 (2019): 7694–7716.

Renwick, Katherine M., Aaron Fellows, Gerald N. Flerchinger, Kathleen A. Lohse, Patrick E. Clark, William K. Smith, Kristen Emmett, and Benjamin Poulter. “Modeling Phenological Controls on Carbon Dynamics in Dryland Sagebrush Ecosystems.” Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 274 (August 15, 2019): 85–94.

Sofaer, Helen R., Curtis H. Flather, Susan K. Skagen, Valerie A. Steen, and Barry R. Noon. “Clustering and Ensembling Approaches to Support Surrogate-Based Species Management.” Diversity and Distributions 25, no. 8 (2019): 1246–58.

Williams, A. Park, John T. Abatzoglou, Alexander Gershunov, Janin Guzman‐Morales, Daniel A. Bishop, Jennifer K. Balch, and Dennis P. Lettenmaier. “Observed Impacts of Anthropogenic Climate Change on Wildfire in California.” Earth’s Future 7, no. 8 (2019): 892–910.