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TitleAuthorsYearPublicationScience ThemesKeywordsFunding Source
Using regional scale flow-ecology modeling to identify catchments where fish assemblages are most vulnerable to changes in water availabilityHain, EF, JG Kennen, PV Caldwell, SAC Nelson, G Sun, SG McNulty2017Freshwater Biology3fish species richness; flow-ecology modelsSee Project Page
Securing the Future of Cultural Heritage by Identifying Barriers to and Strategizing Solutions for Preservation under Changing Climate ConditionsFatorić, S, E Seekamp2017Sustainability6needs assessment; climate change adaptationSee Project Page
A measurement framework to increase transparency in historic preservation decision-making under changing climate conditionsFatorić, S, E Seekamp2017Journal of Cultural Heritage6cultural resource management; prioritization; significanceSee Project Page
Linear and nonlinear effects of temperature and precipitation on ecosystem properties in tidal saline wetlandsFeher, LC, MJ Osland, KT Griffith, JB Grace, RJ Howard, CL Stagg, NM Enwright, KW Krauss, CA Gabler, RH Day, K Rogers2017Ecosphere4climatic drivers; mangrove forest; salt marshSee Project Page
Ad hoc instrumentation methods in ecological studies produce highly biased temperature measurementsTerando AJ, E Youngsteadt, EK Meineke, SG Prado2017Ecology and Evolution4air temperature; sensor bias
Invasibility of a fire-maintained savanna–wetland gradient by non-native, woody plant speciesJust MG, MG Hohmann, WA Hoffmann2017Forest Ecology and Management4woody invasives; prescribed fire; longleaf pineGlobal Change Fellows Program
Evaluating a decision analytic approach to climate change adaptation of cultural resources along the Atlantic Coast of the United StatesFatorić, S, E Seekamp2017 Land Use Policy6cultural heritage, structured decision making, climate adaptationSee Project Page
Grand challenges for integrated USGS science—A workshop reportJenni, KE, MB Goldhaber, JL Betancourt, JS Baron, RS Bristol, M Cantrill, PE Exter, MJ Focazio, JW Haines, LE Hay, L Hsu, VF Labson, KD Lafferty, KA Ludwig, PC Milly, TL Morelli, SA Morman, NT Nassar, TR Newman, AC Ostroff, JS Read, SC Reed, CD Shapiro, RA Smith, WE Sanford, TL Sohl, EG Stets, AJ Terando, DE Tillitt, MA Tischler, PL Toccalino, DJ Wald, MP Waldrop, A Wein, JF Weltzin, C Zimmerman2017USGS Open-File Reportgrand challenge
Physiological thermal limits predict differential responses of bees to urban heat-island effectsHamblin, AL, E Youngsteadt, MM López-Uribe, SD Frank2017Biology Letters4pollinators; urban warmingSee Project Page
Assessing Historical Significance and Use Potential of Buildings within Historic Districts: An Overview of a Measurement Framework Developed for Climate Adaptation PlanningFatorić, S, E Seekamp2017NC State Extension Publication AG-8326cultural resource management; measurement frameworkSee Project Page
Climatic controls on the global distribution, abundance, and species richness of mangrove forestsOsland, MJ, LC Feher, KT Griffith, KC Cavanaugh, NM Enwright, RH Day, CL Stagg, KW Krauss, RJ Howard, JB Grace, K Rogers2017Ecological Monographs4, 5climatic thresholds; mangrove forestsSee Project Page
Framing climate change communication to prompt individual and collective action among adolescents from agricultural communitiesStevenson, KT, TL King, KR Selm, MN Peterson, MC Monroe 2017Environmental Education
Research
climate education; agriculture
Warming and drought combine to increase pest insect fitness on urban treesDale, AG, SD Frank2017PLOS ONE4urban heat island; gloomy scale; drought stressSee Project Page
Are cultural heritage and resources threatened by climate change? A systematic literature reviewFatorić, S, E Seekamp2017Climatic Change6cultural heritage; adaptation; state of knowledgeSee Project Page
Variation in arthropod hydration across US cities with distinct climateMcCluney, KE, JD Burdine, SD Frank2017Journal of Urban Ecology4urbanization; hydration; arthropodsSee Project Page
Fidelity of the Sr/Ca proxy in recording ocean temperature in the western Atlantic coral Siderastrea sidereaKuffner, IB, KE Roberts, JA Flannery, JM Morrison, JN Richey2017Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems3, 5coral skeletons; Sr/Ca; temperature proxySee Project Page
Changes in spider community composition are associated with urban temperature, not herbivore abundance Meineke, EK, AJ Holmquiest, GM Wimp, SD Frank2017Journal of Urban Ecology4urban heat island; spiders See Project Page
Macroclimatic change expected to transform
coastal wetland ecosystems this century
Gabler, CA, MJ Osland, JB Grace, CL Stagg, DH Day, SB Hartley, NM Enwright, AS From, ML McCoy, JL McLeod2017Nature Climate Change4, 5coastal wetlands; macroclimate
Achieving full connectivity of sites in the multiperiod reserve network design problemJafari, N, BL Nuse, CT Moore, B Dilkina, J Hepinstall-Cymerman2017Computer and Operations Research2, 4conservation reserve design; integer programming modelSee Project Page
Mangrove expansion and contraction at a poleward range limit: climate extremes and land-ocean temperature gradientsOsland, MJ, RH Day, CT Hall, MD Brumfield, JL Dugas, WR Jones2017Ecology4, 5mangrove; range limitsSee Project Page
The physiology of mangrove trees with changing climateLovelock, CE, KW Krauss, MJ Osland, R Reef, MC Ball2017Tropical Tree Physiology: Adaptations and Responses in a Changing Environment4, 5mangrove distribution; trait plasticitySee Project Page
Wood decay and the persistence of resprouting species in pyrophilic ecosystemsJust, MG, Schafer, JL, Hohmann, MG, Hoffmann, WA
2016TreesforestGlobal Change Fellows Program
Chapter 16. Uncertainty Quantification and Propagation for Projections of Extremes in Monthly Area Burned Under Climate ChangeAJ Terando, B Reich, K Pacifici, J Costanza, A McKerrow, JA Collazo2016Natural Hazard Uncertainty Assessment: Modeling and Decision Support, Wiley Press1, 2wildfire; uncertainty quantificationSee Project Page
Chapter 9: Application of Decision Science to Resilience Management in Jamaica BayEaton, M, AK Fuller, FA Johnson, MP Hare, RC Stedman2016Prospects for resilience: Insights from New York City's Jamaica Bay, Island Pressdecision science; resilience
Insular ecosystems of the southeastern United States—A regional synthesis to support biodiversity conservation in a changing climateCartwright, JM, WJ Wolfe2016USGS Professional Paper1, 2insular ecosystems; biodiversity; synthesisSee Project Page
Assessing climate-sensitive ecosystems in the Southeastern United StatesCostanza, J, S Beck, M Pyne, A Terando, MJ Rubino, R White, J Collazo2016USGS Open-File Report1, 2climate-sensitive ecosystems; vulnerability assessmentSee Project Page
The influence of personal beliefs, friends, and family in building climate change concern among adolescentsStevenson, KT, MN Peterson, HD Bondell2016Environmental Education
Research
climate literacy
How emotion trumps logic in climate change risk perception: Exploring the affective heuristic among wildlife science studentsStevenson, KT, MA Lashley, MC Chitwood, MN Peterson, CE Moorman2016Human Dimensions of Wildlifehuman dimensions; risk perception
Motivating Action through Fostering Climate Change Hope and Concern and Avoiding Despair among AdolescentsStevenson, KT, MN Peterson2016Sustainabilityclimate literacy; climate action
Responses of arthropod populations to warming depend on latitude: evidence from urban heat islandsYoungsteadt, E, AF Ernst, RR Dunn, SD Frank2016Global Change Biology4arthropods; urban heat island; thermal toleranceSee Project Page
Climate Change Implications for Tropical Islands: Interpolating and Interpreting Statistically Downscaled GCM Projections for Management and PlanningKhalyani, AH, WA Gould, E Harmsen, A Terando, M Quinones, JA Collazo2016Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology1, 4downscaled climate models; Caribbean
Breeding, early-successional bird response to forest harvests for bioenergyGrodsky, SM, CE Moorman, SR Fritts, SB Castleberry, TB Wigley2016PLoS ONE2bioenergy; birdsGlobal Change Fellows Program
Winter bird use of harvest residues in clearcuts and the implications of forest bioenergy harvest in the southeastern United StatesGrodsky, SM, CE Moorman, SR Fritts, DW Hazel, JA Homyack, SB Castleberry, TB Wigley2016Forest Ecology and Management2birds; forest bioenergyGlobal Change Fellows Program
Barriers to and opportunities for landward migration of coastal wetlands with sea-level riseEnwright, NM, KT Griffith, MJ Osland2016Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment5 sea level rise; ecosystem migration
Urban warming reduces aboveground
carbon storage
Meineke E, E Youngsteadt, RR Dunn, SD Frank2016Proceedings of the Royal Society B2, 4 urbanization; forests See Project Page, See Project Page
The Department of the Interior Southeast Climate Science Center synthesis report 2011–15—Projects, products, and science prioritiesVarela Minder, E, AR Lascurain, G McMahon2016U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 SE CSC
Use of structured decision-making to explicitly incorporate environmental process understanding in management of coastal restoration projects: Case study on barrier islands of the northern Gulf of MexicoDalyander, PS, M Meyers, B Mattsson, G Steyer, E Godsey, J McDonald, M Byrnes, M Ford 2016Journal of Environmental Management5structured decision-making; ecosystem restoration; barrier islandsSee Project Page
How Climate Change Beliefs among U.S. Teachers Do and Do Not Translate to StudentsStevenson, KT, MN Peterson, A Bradshaw2016PLoS ONEclimate science education
The Sensitivity of WRF downscaled precipitation in Puerto Rico to Cumulus
2 Parameterization and Interior Grid Nudging
Wootten, A, JH Bowden, R Boyles, A Terando2016Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology1, 4climate projections; downscalingSee Project Page
Variability in isotopic composition of base flow in two headwater streams of the southern AppalachiansSingh, NK, RE Emanuel, BL McGlynn2016Water Resources Research3hydrology; topographyGlobal Change Fellows Program
An evaluation of 20th century climate for the Southeastern United States as simulated by Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5) global climate modelsRupp, D2016USGS Open-File Report1modelingSee Project Page
Meta-analysis of Natural Resource Conservation Plan EvaluationsFoster, M, MN Peterson, F Cubbage, G McMahon2016Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies2conservation; natural resources; land useSee Project Page
Hydro-Climatological Influences on Long-Term Dissolved Organic Carbon in a Mountain Stream of the Southeastern United StatesSingh, NK , WM Reyes, ES Bernhardt, R Bhattacharya, JL Meyer, JD Knoepp, RE Emanuel2016Journal of Environmental Quality3hydrologyGlobal Change Fellows Program
Forecasting the Effects of Heat and Pests on Urban Trees: Impervious Surface Thresholds and the 'Pace-to-Plant' TechniqueDale, AG, E Youngsteadt, SD
Frank
2016Arboriculture & Urban Forestry4pests; urbanizationGlobal Change Fellows Program
High Fitness Costs of Climate Change Induced Camouflage MismatchZimova M, LS Mills, JJ Nowak2016Ecology Letters4phenology; snowGlobal Change Fellows Program
Salt marsh-mangrove ecotones: using structural gradients to investigate the effects of woody plant encroachment on plant-soil interactions and ecosystem carbon poolsYando, ES, MJ Osland, JM Willis, RH Day, KW Krauss, MW Hester 2016Journal of Ecology4mangroveSee Project Page
Where fire stops: vegetation structure and microclimate influence fire spread along an ecotonal gradientJust, MG, MG Hohmann, WA Hoffmann 2016Plant Ecology2, 4fireGlobal Change Fellows Program
The contribution of human foods to honey bee diets in a mid-sized metropolisPenick, CA, CA Crofton, RH Appler, SD Frank, RR Dunn, DR Tarpy 2016Journal of Urban Ecology2, 4bees; urbanizationSee Project Page
Direct evidence of swimming behavior demonstrates active dispersal in the sea turtle ‘lost years’Putman NF, KL Mansfield2015Current Biology4, 5sea turtles; animal dispersalGlobal Change Fellows Program
Sea-level rise modeling handbook: Resource guide for coastal land managersDoyle, TW, B Chivoiu, NM Enwright2015USGS4, 5sea-level riseSee Project Page
Life stage influences the resistance and resilience of black mangrove forests to winter climate extremesOsland, MJ, RH Day, AS From, ML McLemore, JL McLeod, J Kelleway2015Ecosphere1, 4, 5mangrovesSee Project Page
A primer on the history of food web ecology: fundamental contributions of fourteen researchersLayman, CA, ST Giery, S Buhler, R Rossi, T Penland, MN Henson, AK Bogdanoff, MV Cove, AD Irizarry, CM Schalk, SK Archer2015Food Webs4, 5food websGlobal Change Fellows Program
US protected lands mismatch biodiversity prioritiesJenkins, CN, KS Van Houtan, SL Pimm, JO Sexton2015Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciencesbiodiversity
Epizootiology of cranial abscess disease in white-tailed deer of GeorgiaCohen, BS, EH Belser, CH Killmaster, JW Bowers, BJ Irwin, MJ Yabsley, KV Miller2015Journal of Wildlife Diseases4white-tailed deer; disease
Training Conservation Practitioners to be Better Decision MakersJohnson, FA, MJ Eaton, JH Williams, GH Jensen, J Madsen2015Sustainabilitydecision support; conservation
Intensified mollusk exploitation on Nevis (West Indies) reveals ~six centuries of sustainable exploitationeekiefer@ncsu.edu
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2015Archaeological and Anthropological Sciencesmollusk; exploitationGlobal Change Fellows Program
Effects of processing time on blood and plasma samples from loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) for1H-NMR-based metabolomicsNiemuth, JN, CA Harms, MK Stoskopf2015Herpetological Conservation & Biology4sea turtlesGlobal Change Fellows Program
Do growing degree days predict phenology across butterfly species?Cayton, HL, NM Haddad, K Gross, SE Diamond, L Ries2015Ecology4butterflies; phenology; temperatureSee Project Page
Global change and conservation triage on National Wildlife RefugesJohnson, FA, MJ Eaton, G McMahon, R Nilius, MR Bryant, DJ Case, J Martin, NJ Wood, L Taylor 2015Ecology and Society1adaptation planningSee Project Page
Evolution of the indoor biomeMartin, LJ, SM Hird, SO Kolokotronis, RF Medina, G Mhuireach, CS Moreau, J Munshi-South, LM Nichols, C Palmer, L Popova, C Schal, M Taubel, M Trautwein, JA Ugalde, RI Adams, D Hughes, A Bateman, SW Kembel, G Levy, C McClain, JF Meadow, HM Bik, K Kinney, J Hawks, RR Dunn2015TREE4biomeSee Project Page
Regional analysis of wind turbine-caused bat mortalityDrake, D, CS Jennelle, JN Lui, SM Grodsky, S Schumaker, M Sponsler2015Acta Chiropterologica2bats; energyGlobal Change Fellows Program
Interpopulation variation in a condition-dependent signal: predation regime affects signal intensity and reliabilityGiery, ST, CA Layman2015The American Naturalist4, 5predationGlobal Change Fellows Program
Linking state-and-transition simulation and timber supply models for forest biomass production scenariosCostanza, JK, RC Abt, AJ McKerrow, JA Collazo2015AIMS Environmental Scienceenergy; forests
Stable isotopes reveal links between human food inputs and urban ant dietsPenick, CA, AM Savage, RR Dunn2015Proceedings of the Royal Society B2, 4antsSee Project Page
How global biodiversity hotspots may go unrecognized: lessons from the North American Coastal PlainNoss, RF, WJ Platt, BA Sorrie, AS Weakley, DB Means, J Costanza. RK Peet2015Diversity and Distributions2biodiversity
Beyond just sea-level rise: considering macroclimatic drivers within coastal wetland vulnerability assessments to climate changeOsland, MJ, N Enwright, RH Day, CA Gabler, CL Stagg, JB Grace2015Global Change Biology5wetlandsSee Project Page
Temperature alone does not explain phenological variation of diverse temperate plants under experimental warmingMarchin, RM, CF Salk, WA Hoffmann, RR Dunn2015Global Change Biology2, 4phenologySee Project Page
Anthropogenic ecosystem fragmentation drives shared and unique patterns of sexual signal divergence among three species of Bahamian mosquitofishGiery, ST, CA Layman, RB Langerhans2015Evolutionary Applications4, 5urbanization; evolutionGlobal Change Fellows Program
Climate, land cover, and urbanization effects on hydrology in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin: Potential impacts on watershed planningLaFontaine, JH, LE Hay, RJ Viger, RS Regan, SL Markstrom2015Journal of the American Water Resources Associatian2, 3urbanization; hydrologySee Project Page
Effects of climate and land cover on hydrology in the southeastern US: Potential impacts on watershed planningLaFontaine, J, LE Hay, RJ Viger, RS Regan, SL Markstrom
2015Journal of the American Water Resources Association2, 3hydrologySee Project Page
A Comparison of Hydrologic Models for Ecological Flows and Water AvailabilityCaldwell, PV, JG Kennen, G Sun, JE Kiang, JB Butcher, MC Eddy, LE Hay, JH LaFontaine, EF Hain, SAC Nelson, SG McNulty2015Ecohydrology3hydrologySee Project Page
Decomposition of sources of errors in seasonal streamflow forecasting over the U.S. SunbeltMazrooei, A, T Sinha, A Sankarasubramanian, S Kumar, CC Peters-Lidard2015Journal of Geophysical Research3streamflowGlobal Change Fellows Program
Habitat Restoration as a Recovery Tool for a Disturbance-Dependent Butterfly, The Endangered St. Francis SatyrCayton, H, NM Haddad, B Ball, E Henry, E Aschehoug2015Butterfly Conservation in North America4restoration; butterfliesGlobal Change Fellows Program
A century of ocean warming on Florida Keys coral reefs: Historic in situ observationsKuffner, IB, BH Lidz, JH Hudson, JS Anderson2015Estuaries and Coastscoral reefs
Does hydrological fragmentation affect coastal bird communities? A study from Abaco Island, The BahamasChacin, DH, ST Giery, LA Yeager, CA Layman, RB Langerhans2015Wetland Ecology and Management4urbanization; birdsGlobal Change Fellows Program
Point-count methods to monitor butterfly populations when traditional methods fail: a case study with Miami blue butterflyHenry, E, N Haddad, J Wilson, P Hughes, B Gardner2015Journal of Insect Conservation4butterfliesGlobal Change Fellows Program
Regional and large-scale influences on seasonal to interdecadal variability in Caribbean surface air temperature in CMIP5 simulationsRyu, JH, K Hayhoe2015Climate Dynamics1modeling; temperatureSee Project Page
CMIP5 projected changes in spring and summer drought and wet conditions over North AmericaSwain, S, K Hayhoe
2015Climate Dynamics3projections; droughtSee Project Page
Urbanization Increases Pathogen Pressure on Feral and Managed Honey BeesYoungsteadt, E, R Holden Appler, MM Lopez-Uribe, DR Tarpy, SD Frank 2015PLoS ONE2, 4urbanization; beesSee Project Page
Modeling climate change, urbanization, and fire effects on Pinus palustris ecosystems of the southeastern U.S.Costanza, JK, AJ Terando, AJ McKerrow, JA Collazo2015Journal of Environmental Management2,4modeling; fire; urbanizationSee Project Page
Habitat fragmentation and its lasting impact on Earth ecosystemsHaddad, NM, LA Brudvig, J Clobert, et al.2015Science Advancesfragmentation
The Ecology of Religious BeliefsBotero, CA, B Gardner, KR Kirby, J Bulbulia, MC Gavin, RD Gray
2014Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences6beliefsGlobal Change Fellows Program
Microbial communities respond to experimental warming, but site mattersCregger, M, N Sanders, R Dunn, A Classen2014PeerJ2biodiversity; microorganisms
Do cities simulate climate change? A comparison of
herbivore response to urban and global warming
Youngsteadt, E, AG Dale, AJ Terando, RR Dunn, SD Frank2014Global Change Biology2, 4urbanization; scale insectSee Project Page; Global Change Fellows
Shrew response to variable woody debris retention: Implications for sustainable forest bioenergyFritts, SR, CE Moorman, SM Grodsky, DW Hazel, JA Homyack, CB Farrell, SB Castleberry2014Forest Ecology and Management2,4trees; shrew; woody debris; bioenergyGlobal Change Fellows Program
Biomass Harvesting Guidelines affect downed woody debris retentionFritts, SR, CE Moorman, DW Hazel, BD Jackson2014Biomass and Bioenergy2,4trees; biomass; woody debrisGlobal Change Fellows Program
Evolutionary tipping points in the capacity to adapt to environmental changeBotero, CA, FJ Weissing, J Wright, DR Rubenstein2014PNAS4evolution; adaptationGlobal Change Fellows Program
Size Dependency of Post-Disturbance Recovery of Multi-Stemmed Resprouting TreesSchafer, JL, MG Just2014PLOS ONE4trees, pines, wildfire, disturbanceGlobal Change Fellows Program
The Effects of Urban Warming on Herbivore Abundance and Street Tree ConditionDale, AG, SD Frank2014PLOS ONE2, 4urbanization; trees; insectsSee Project Page; Global Change Fellows Program
The Southern Megalopolis: Using the past to predict the future of urban sprawl in the Southeast U.S.Terando, A, J Costanza, C Belyea, RR Dunn, A McKerrow, JA Collazo2014PLOS ONE2urbanizationSee Project Page
Aboveground Allometric Models for Freeze-Affected Black Mangroves (Avicennia germinans): Equations for a Climate Sensitive Mangrove-Marsh EcotoneOsland, M, R Day, J Larriviere, A From2014PLOS ONE1, 5mangroves; saltmarshesSee Project Page
Using historical and experimental data to reveal warming effects on ant assemblagesResasco, J, S Pelini, K Stuble, N Sanders, R Dunn, S Diamond, A Ellison, N Gotelli, D Levey2014PLoS One4experimental warming; ants
Toward enhanced understanding and projections of climate extremes using physics-guided data mining techniquesGanguly, A, E Kodra, A Banerjee, S Boriah, S Chatterjee, A Choudhary, D Das, J Faghmous, P Ganguli, S Ghosh, K Hayhoe, C Hays, W Hendrix, Q Fu, J Kawale, D Kumar, V Kumar, S Liess, R Mawalagedara, V Mithal, R Oglesby, K Salvi, P Snyder, K Steinhaeuser, D Wang, D Wuebbles2014Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics1data miningSee Project Page
Defining and Evaluating the Umbrella Species Concept for Conserving and Restoring Landscape ConnectivityBreckheimer, I, NM Haddad, WF Morris, AM Trainor, WR Fields, RT Jobe, BR Hudgens, A Moody, JR Walters2014Conservation Biologyconnectivity; threatened species
Evaluation of a regional monitoring program's statistical power to detect temporal trends in forest health indicatorsPerles, SJ, T Wagner, BJ Irwin, DR Manning, KK Callahan, MR Marshall2014Environmental Managementforest health; monitoring
Small Reservoir Distribution, Rate of Construction, and Uses in the Upper and Middle Chattahoochee Basins of the Georgia Piedmont, USA, 1950-2010Ignatius, AR, JW Jones2014ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information2,3land useSee Project Page
Integrating Land Cover Modeling and Adaptive Management to Conserve Endangered Species and Reduce Catastrophic Fire RiskBreininger, D, B Duncan, M Eaton, F Johnson, J Nichols 2014Land2endangered species, fire
Local adaptation of a marine invertebrate with a high dispersal potential: evidence from a reciprocal
transplant experiment of the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica
Burford, MO, J Scarpa, BJ Cook, MP Hare2014Marine Environment5oyster
Global biogeographic regions in a human-dominated world: the case of human diseasesJust, MG, JF Norton, AL Traud, T Antonelli, AS Poteate, GA Backus, A Snyder-Beattie, RW Sanders, RR Dunn2014Ecosphere2pathogens; healthGlobal Change Fellows Program
Changes in ant community composition caused by 20 years of experimental warming vs. 13 years of natural climate shiftMenke, S, J Harte, R Dunn2014Ecosphere4experimental warming; antsSee Project Page
Interactions in a warmer world: effects of experimental warming, conspecific density, and herbivory on seedling dynamicsBurt, M, R Dunn, L Nichols, N Sanders2014Ecosphere2,4experimental warmingSee Project Page
Landscape corridors can increase invasion by an exotic species and reduce diversity of native speciesResasco, J, NM Haddad, JL Orrock, D Shoemaker, LA Brudvig, EI Damschen, JJ Tewksbury, DJ Levey2014Ecological Society of Americaurbanization; corridors; invasive species
Nephrolithiasis in free-ranging North American river otter (LontraåÊcanadensis) in North Carolina, USANiemuth, JN, CW Sanders, CB Mooney, C Olfenbuttel, CS DePerno, MK Stoskopf2014Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine4, 5river otterGlobal Change Fellows Program
Urban Growth Modeling for the SAMBI Designing Sustainable Landscapes ProjectBelyea, CM, AJ Terando 2014NCSU1, 2urbanization; modelingSee Project Page
Maximizing the social and ecological value of Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge, South Carolina as the effects of global change processes increaseNilius, R, S Dawsey, M Eaton, J Martin, S Romanach, S Baird, M Bryant, D Case, F Johnson, J McMahon, N Pau, E Pienaar, M Ratnaswamy, S Seibert, P Wingrove, N Wood2014National Conservation Training Center Workshop Report2, 4 & 5global changeSee Project Page
Hepatic metabolomic investigation of the North American black bear (Ursus americanus) using 1H-NMR spectroscopyNiemuth, J, M Stoskopf2014Wildlife Biology in Practice4black bearsGlobal Change Fellows Program
Early pest development and loss of biological control are associated with urban warmingMeineke, EK, RR Dunn, SD Frank2014Biology Letters4urbanization; pests; parasitesSee Project Page
Stream classification of the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River System for aquatic habitat response to climate changeElliott, CM, RB Jacobson, MC Freeman2014USGS3streamsSee Project Page
Downscaled Climate Projections for the Southeast United States: Evaluation and Use for Ecological ApplicationsWootten, A, K Smith, R Boyles, A Terando, L Stefanova, V Misra, T Smith, D Blodgett, F Semazzi2014U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report1downscalingSee Project Page
Testing metapopulation concepts: effects of patch characteristics and neighborhood occupancy on the dynamics of an endangered lagomorphEaton, MJ, PT Hughes, JE Hines, JD Nichols2014Oikos4, 5modeling; endangered species
Environmental harshness is positively correlated with intraspecific divergence in mammals and birdsBotero, CA, R Dor, CM McCain, RJ Safran2014Molecular Ecology4Biodiversity; birdsGlobal Change Fellows Program
Malignant hypertension and retinopathy in a western lowland gorilla (Gorilla gorilla gorilla)Niemuth, JN, RS De Voe, SH Jennings, MR Loomis, BV Troan2014Journal of Medical Primatology4modeling; endangered species; gorillaGlobal Change Fellows Program
Habitat and species identity, not diversity, predict the extent of refuse consumption by urban arthropodsYoungsteadt, E, RC Henderson, AM Savage, AF Ernst, RR Dunn, SD Frank2014Global Change Biology4urbanizationSee Project Page
Ecosystem fragmentation drives increased diet variation in an endemic live-bearing fish of The BahamasAraujo, MS, RB Langerhans, ST Giery, CA Layman2014Ecology and Evolution4, 5connectivity; fishGlobal Change Fellows Program
Predicting future coexistence in a North American ant communityBewick, S, K Stuble, JP Lessard, R Dunn, F Adler, N Sanders2014Ecology and Evolution1. 4modeling; ants
High diversity in an urban habitat: are some animal assemblages resilient to long-term anthropogenic change?Guenard, B, A Cardinal-De Casas, RR Dunn 2014Urban Ecosystems2urbanization; invasive species; disturbanceSee Project Page
Bad neighbors: urban habitats increase cankerworm damage to non-host understory plantsFrank, SD2014Urban Ecosystems2herbivory; urbanizationSee Project Page
Overcoming skepticism with education: interacting influences of worldview and climate change knowledge on perceived climate change risk among adolescentsStevenson, KT, MN Peterson, HD Bondell, SE Moore, SJ Carrier 2014Climate Changecommunication; worldview; adolescents
Differing nutritional constraints of consumers across ecosystemsLemoine, NP, ST Giery, DE Burkepile2014Oecologia4, 5insects; nutritionGlobal Change Fellows Program
CMIP5 Climate Model Analyses: Climate Extremes in the United StatesWuebbles, D, G Meehl, K Hayhoe, TR Karl, K Kunkel, B Santer, M Wehner, B Colle, EM Fischer, R Fu, A Goodman, E Janssen, V Kharin, H Lee, W Li, LN Long, SC Olsen, Z Pan, A Seth, J Sheffield, L Sun2014American Meteorological Society1modelingSee Project Page
An evaluation of relations between flow regime components, stream characteristics, and species traits and meta-demographic rate of warmwater stream fishes: Implications for aquatic resource managementPeterson, JT, CP Shea2014River Research and Applications3streams, fishSee Project Page
Urban warming trumps natural enemy regulation of herbivorous pestsDale, AG, SD Frank2014Ecological Society of America4urbanization; insectsSee Project Page
Unexpected phenological responses of butterflies to the interaction of urbanization and geographic temperature
Diamond, SE, H Cayton, T Wepprich, CN Jenkins, RR Dunn, NM Haddad, L Ries 2014Ecology2, 4modeling; endangered speciesGlobal Change Fellows Program
Freshwater availability and coastal wetland foundation species: ecological transitions along a rainfall gradientOsland, M, N Enwright, C La Fosse Stagg2014Ecology3, 5water; modelingSee Project Page
Snowshoe hares display limited phenotypic plasticity to mismatch in seasonal camouflageZimova, M, LS Mills, PM Lukacs, MS Mitchell 2014Proceedings of the Royal Society4phenotypic mismatchGlobal Change Fellows Program
Evolved for extinction: the cost and conservation implications of specialization in hammerhead sharksGallagher, AJ, N Hammerschlag, DS Shiffman, ST Giery2014BioScience4, 5fish; vulnerabilityGlobal Change Fellows Program
Habitat use of breeding green turtles Chelonia mydas tagged in Dry Tortugas National Park: Making use of local and regional MPAsHart, KM, DG Zawada, I Fujisaki, BH Lidz2013Biological Conservation4, 5, 6endangered species; sea turtlesSee Project Page
Commonly Rare and Rarely Common: Comparing Population Abundance of Invasive and Native Aquatic SpeciesHansen, GJA, MJ Vander Zanden, MJ Blum, MK Clayton, EF Hain, et al. 2013PLoS ONE4, 5biodiversityGlobal Change Fellows Program
Movements and Habitat-Use of Loggerhead Sea Turtles in the Northern Gulf of Mexico during the Reproductive PeriodHart, KM, MM Lamont, AR Sartain, I Fujisaki, BS Stephens2013PLoS ONE4, 5endangered species; sea turtlesSee Project Page
Urban Warming Drives Insect Pest Abundance on Street TreesMeineke, EK, RR Dunn, JO Sexton, SD Frank2013PLoS ONE4urbanization; insectsSee Project Page
Increased Toxicity of Karenia brevis during Phosphate Limited Growth: Ecological and Evolutionary ImplicationsHardison, DR, WG Sunda, D Shea, RW Litaker 2013PLoS ONE3, 5health; algae
Ecological Impacts of Climate Change CollectionBond-Lamberty, B, EK Meineke, RR Dunn, JO Sexton, SD Frank 2013PLoS ONE4urbanization
Clinal variation in colony breeding structure and level of inbreeding in the subterranean termites Reticulitermes flavipes and R. grasseiVargo, EL, L Leniaud, LE Swoboda, SE Diamond, MD Weiser, DM Miller, AG Bagnres2013Molecular ecology2, 4insects; termitesSee Project Page
Ventricular Habronemiasis in Aviary PasserinesNiemuth, JN, JV Allgood, JR Flowers, RS De Voe, BV Troan2013Case Reports in Veterinary Medicine4birdsGlobal Change Fellows Program
Species loss on spatial patterns and composition of zoonotic parasitesHarris, NC, RR Dunn 2013Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences2, 4parasitesSee Project Page
Application of the Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin in the Southeastern USALaFontaine, JH, LE Hay, RJ. Viger, SL Markstrom, RS Regan, CM Elliott, JW Jones 2013USGS3precipitationSee Project Page
Methods for monitoring corals and crustose coralline algae to quantify in-situ calcification ratesMorrison, JM, IB Kuffner, TD Hickey2013USGS Open-File Report4, 5biodiversity; coralSee Project Page
Complexity of nearshore strontium-to-calcium ratio variability in a core sample of the massive coralÌÄåâÌâåÊSiderastrea sidereaÌÄåâÌâåÊobtained in Coral Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin IslandsReich, CD, IB Kuffner, TD Hickey, JM Morrison, JA Flannery 2013USGS Open-File Report3, 5coralSee Project Page
Winter climate change and coastal wetland foundation species: salt marshes vs. mangrove forests in the southeastern United StatesOsland, MJ, N Enwright, RH Day, TW Doyle 2013Global Change Biology4, 5forests; modelingSee Project Page
Testing the efficacy and reliability of common zooarchaeological sampling strategies: a case study from the CaribbeanPoteate, AS, Fitzpatrick, SM2013Journal of Archaeological Sciencesampling, caribbeanGlobal Change Fellows Program
The effect of water table fluctuation on soil respiration in a lower coastal plain forested wetland in the southeastern U.S.Miao, G, A Noormets, JC Domec, CC Trettin, SG McNulty, G Sun, JS King 2013J. Geophys. Res. Biogeosci.2, 5water; forestsGlobal Change Fellows Program
The Practitioner's dilemma - How to Assess the Credibility of Downscaled Climate Projections?Barsugli, JJ, G Guentchev, RM Horton, A Wood, LO Mearns, XZ Liang, JA Winkler, K Dixon, K Hayhoe, RB Rood, L Goddard, A Ray, L Buja, C Ammann
2013Eos1downscalingSee Project Page
Evaluating the fidelity of downscaled climate data on simulated wheat and maize production in the southeastern USCammarano, D, L Stefanova, BV Ortiz, M Ramirez-Rodrigues, S Asseng, V Misra, G Wilkerson, B Basso, JW Jones, KJ Boote 2013Regional Environmental Change1agriculture; modelingSee Project Page
Understanding the sources of Caribbean precipitation biases in CMIP3 and CMIP5 simulationsRyu, JH, K Hayhoe2013Climate Dynamics1modeling; precipitationSee Project Page
Calcification rates of the massive coral Siderastrea sidereal and crustose coralline algae along the Florida Keys (USA) outer-reef tractKuffner, I, TD Hickey, JM Morrison2013Coral Reefs4, 5coralSee Project Page
Using physiology to predict the responses of ants to climatic warmingDiamond, SE, CA Penick, SL Pelini, AM Ellison, NJ Gotelli, NJ Sanders, RR Dunn 2013Integrative and comparative biology2, 4insects; antsSee Project Page
Consideration of reference points for the management of renewable resources under an adaptive management paradigmIrwin, BJ, MJ Conroy2013Environmental Conservation4decision supportSee Project Page
Upward ant distribution shift corresponds with minimum, not maximum, temperature toleranceWarren, RJ, L Chick 2013Global change biology2, 4insects; antsSee Project Page
Simulating the effects of the southern pine beetle on regional dynamics 60 years into the futureCostanza, JK, J Hulcr, FH Koch, T Earnhardt, AJ McKerrow, RR Dunn, JA Collazo2012Ecological Modelling4insects; modelingSee Project Page
Fluctuating Environments, Sexual Selection and the Evolution of Flexible Mate Choice in BirdsBotero, CA, DR Rubenstein2012PLoS ONE1, 4birdsGlobal Change Fellows Program
Common garden experiments reveal uncommon responses across temperatures, locations, and species of antsPelini, SL, SE Diamond, H MacLean, AM Ellison, NJ Gotelli, NJ Sanders, RR Dunn2012Ecology and Evolution1, 4insectsSee Project Page
A physiological trait-based approach to predicting the responses of species to experimental climatic warmingDiamond, SE, LM Nichols, N McCoy, C Hirsch, SL Pelini, NJ Sanders, AM Ellison, NJ Gotelli, RR Dunn2012Ecology1, 4insetcs; forests; biodiversitySee Project Page
Use of occupancy models to evaluate expert and knowledge-based species-habitat relationshipsIglesia, MN, JA Collazo, AJ McKerrow2012Avian Conservation and Ecology4birds; modelingSee Project Page
Representation of regional urban development conditions using a watershed-based gradient study designTerziotti, S, G McMahon, AH Bell2012U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2012ÌÄåâÌâåÐ50701, 2urbanization
Linking urbanization to the Biological Condition Gradient (BCG) for stream ecosystems in the Northeastern United States using a Bayesian network approachKashuba, RO, G McMahon, TF Cuffney, S Qian, K Reckhow, J Gerritsen, S Davies2012U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2012-50303urbanization
P2SÌâåÑCoupled Simulation with the Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) and the Stream Temperature Network (SNTemp) ModelsMarkstrom, SL2012USGS3modeling; temperatureSee Project Page
U.S. Department of the Interior Southeast Climate Science Center Science and Operational PlanJones, SA, MS Dalton, comps.2012U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report
Description and testing of the Geo Data Portal: Data integration framework and Web processing services for environmental science collaborationBlodgett, DL, NL Booth, TC Kunicki, JL Walker, RJ Viger2012U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report2decision supportSee Project Page
Strategies for managing the effects of urban development on streamsCappiella, K, WP Stack, L Fraley-McNeal, C Lane, G McMahon2012U.S. Geological Survey Circular2, 3urbanization
Effects of urban development on stream ecosystems in nine metropolitan study areas across the United StatesColes, JF, G McMahon, AH Bell, LR Brown, FA Fitzpatrick, BC Scudder Eikenberry, MD Woodside, TF Cuffney, WL Bryant, K Cappiella, L Fraley-McNeal, WP Stack2012U.S. Geological Survey Circular2, 3urbanization
Who likes it hot? A global analysis of the climatic, ecological, and evolutionary determinants of warming tolerance in antsDiamond, SE, DM Sorger, J Hulcr, SL Pelini, I Del Toro, C Hirsch, E Oberg, RR Dunn2012Global Change Biology1, 4insectsSee Project Page
Probabilistic projections of agro-climate indices in North AmericaTerando, A, K Keller, WE Easterling2012Journal of Geophysical Research Ð Atmospheres1agriculture; modelingSee Project Page
Linking river management to species conservation using dynamic landscape-scale modelsFreeman, MC, GR Buell, LE Hay, WB Hughes, RB Jacobson, JW Jones, SA Jones, JH LaFontaine, KR Odom, JT Peterson, JW Riley, JS Schindler, C Shea, JD Weaver2012River Research and Applications2, 3, 4fish; modeling
An asynchronous regional regression model for statistical downscaling of daily climate variablesStoner, AMK, K Hayhoe, X Yang, DJ Wuebbles2012International Journal of Climatology1modelingSee Project Page
Inferring likelihoods and climate system characteristics from climate models and multiple tracersBhat, KS, M Haran, R Olson, K Keller2012Environmetrics1decision support; modelingSee Project Page
Every Species is an Insect (or Nearly So): On insects, climate change, extinction and the biological unknownDunn, RR, MC Fitzpatrick 2012Invited chapter in Hannah L (ed) Extinction Risk from Climate Change. Island Press1, 4insectsSee Project Page
Modeling habitat dynamics accounting for possible misclassificationVeran, S, KJ Kleiner, R Choquet, JA Collazo, JD Nichols2012Landscape Ecology2modelingSee Project Page
Mycangia of ambrosia beetles host communities of bacteriaHulcr, J, NR Rountree, SE Diamond, LL Stelinski, N Fierer, RR Dunn2012Microbial Ecology4insectsSee Project Page
Observed and Modeled 20th century spatial and temporal patterns of agro-climate indices in North AmericaTerando, A, WE Easterling, K Keller, DR Easterling2012Journal of Climate1, 2agriculture; modeling
Misidentification of freshwater mussel species (Bivalvia: Unionidae): contributing factors, management implications, and potential solutionsShea, CP, JT Peterson, JM Wisniewski, NA Johnson2011Journal of the North American Benthological Society5decision support
Science Goals of the U.S. Department of the Interior Southeast Climate Science CenterDalton, MS2011U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet
U.S. Department of the Interior Climate Science CentersJones, SA2011U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet
A Bayesian network to predict coastal vulnerability to sea level riseGutierrez, BT, NG Plant, ER Thieler2011Journal of Geophysical Research5modelingSee Project Page
Climate Projections Using Bayesian Model Averaging and Space-Time DependenceBhat, KS, MI Haran, A Terando, K Keller2011Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics1modelingSee Project Page
Computer model calibration with multivariate spatial outputBhat, KS, M Haran, M Goes2010Frontiers of Statistical Decision Making and Bayesian Analysis2modeling; decision support
Effects of including surface depressions in the application of the Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System in the Upper Flint River Basin, GeorgiaViger, RJ, LE Hay, JW Jones, GR Buell2010U.S. Geological Survey Scientific-Investigations Report3, 4modeling
Southeast Regional Assessment Project for the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science CenterDalton, MS, SA Jones, comps.2010U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report
What is the skill of ocean tracers in reducing uncertainties about ocean diapycnal mixing and projections of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation?Goes, M, NM Urban, R Tonkonojenkov, M Haran, A Schmittner, K Keller2010Journal of Geophysical Resources3projections; uncertaintySee Project Page
Hydrologic effects of urbanization and climate change on the Flint River basin, GeorgiaViger, RJ, LE Hay, SL Markstrom, JW Jones, GR Buell2010Earth Interactions1, 2, 3urbanization; modeling