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The following 433 publications cited the Daymet project.

YearCitationDataset or Project
2021Applestein, C., A.B. Simler-Williamson, and M.J. Germino. 2021. Weather and distance to fire refugia limit landscape-level occurrence of fungal disease in an exotic annual grass. Journal of Ecology.
2021Ceradini, J., D. Keinath, I. Abernethy, M. Andersen, and Z. Wallace. 2021. Crossing boundaries in conservation: land ownership and habitat influence the occupancy of an at-risk small mammal. Ecosphere. 12(1):.
2021Deines, J.M., R. Patel, S.Z. Liang, W. Dado, and D.B. Lobell. 2021. A million kernels of truth: Insights into scalable satellite maize yield mapping and yield gap analysis from an extensive ground dataset in the US Corn Belt. Remote Sensing of Environment. 253:112174.
2021Diro, G.T., L. Sushama, J. Scinocca, and Y. Jiao. 2021. Impact of soil moisture on the dominant modes of North American temperature variability. Climate Dynamics. 56(5-6):1359-1370.
2021Holthuijzen, M.F., B. Beckage, P.J. Clemins, D. Higdon, and J.M. Winter. 2021. Constructing High-Resolution, Bias-Corrected Climate Products: A Comparison of Methods. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 60(4):455-475.
2021Jesmer, B.R., M.J. Kauffman, A.B. Courtemanch, S. Kilpatrick, T. Thomas, J. Yost, K.L. Monteith, and J.R. Goheen. 2021. Life-history theory provides a framework for detecting resource limitation: a test of the Nutritional Buffer Hypothesis. Ecological Applications.
2021Liu, H., Y. Jin, L.M. Roche, A.T. O'Geen, and R.A. Dahlgren. 2021. Understanding spatial variability of forage production in California grasslands: delineating climate, topography and soil controls. Environmental Research Letters. 16(1):014043.
2021Lombard, M.A., M.S. Bryan, D.K. Jones, C. Bulka, P.M. Bradley, L.C. Backer, M.J. Focazio, D.T. Silverman, P. Toccalino, M. Argos, M.O. Gribble, and J.D. Ayotte. 2021. Machine Learning Models of Arsenic in Private Wells Throughout the Conterminous United States As a Tool for Exposure Assessment in Human Health Studies. Environmental Science & Technology.
2021Mandrini, G., D.S. Bullock, and N.F. Martin. 2021. Modeling the economic and environmental effects of corn nitrogen management strategies in Illinois. Field Crops Research. 261:108000.
2021McManamay, R.A., B. KC, M.R. Allen-Dumas, S.C. Kao, C.M. Brelsford, B.L. Ruddell, J. Sanyal, R.N. Stewart, and B.L. Bhaduri. 2021. Reanalysis of Water Withdrawal for Irrigation, Electric Power, and Public Supply Sectors in the Conterminous United States, 1950-2016. Water Resources Research. 57(2):.
2021Mitchell, C., D. Friend, L. Phillips, E. Hunter, J. Lovich, M. Agha, S. Puffer, K. Cummings, P. Medica, T. Esque, K. Nussear, and K. Shoemaker. 2021. 'Unscrambling' the drivers of egg production in Agassiz's desert tortoise: climate and individual attributes predict reproductive output. Endangered Species Research. 44:217-230.
2021Mourtzinis, S., J.F. Andrade, P. Grassini, J.I.R. Edreira, H. Kandel, S. Naeve, K.A. Nelson, M. Helmers, and S.P. Conley. 2021. Assessing benefits of artificial drainage on soybean yield in the North Central US region. Agricultural Water Management. 243:106425.
2021Porter, W.T., Z.A. Barrand, J. Wachara, K. DaVall, J.R. Mihaljevic, T. Pearson, D.J. Salkeld, and N.C. Nieto. 2021. Predicting the current and future distribution of the western black-legged tick, Ixodes pacificus, across the Western US using citizen science collections. PLOS ONE. 16(1):e0244754.
2021Qu, J., K. Ren, and X. Shi. 2021. Binary Grey Wolf Optimization-Regularized Extreme Learning Machine Wrapper Coupled with the Boruta Algorithm for Monthly Streamflow Forecasting. Water Resources Management. 35(3):1029-1045.
2021Scholl, M.A., M. Bassiouni, and A.J. Torres-Sanchez. 2021. Drought stress and hurricane defoliation influence mountain clouds and moisture recycling in a tropical forest. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 118(7):e2021646118.
2021Stefanuk, M.A. and R.K. Danby. 2021. Accumulated Heating and Chilling Are Important Drivers of Forest Phenology and Productivity in the Algonquin-to-Adirondacks Conservation Corridor of Eastern North America. Forests. 12(3):282.
2021Stickley, S.F. and J.M. Fraterrigo. 2021. Understory vegetation contributes to microclimatic buffering of near-surface temperatures in temperate deciduous forests. Landscape Ecology. 36(4):1197-1213.
2021Teitelbaum, C.S., A.P.K. Siren, E. Coffel, J.R. Foster, J.L. Frair, J.W. Hinton, R.M. Horton, D.W. Kramer, C. Lesk, C. Raymond, D.W. Wattles, K.A. Zeller, and T.L. Morelli. 2021. Habitat use as indicator of adaptive capacity to climate change. Diversity and Distributions. 27(4):655-667.
2021Terry, T.J., M.D. Madsen, R.A. Gill, V.J. Anderson, and S.B. St. Clair. 2021. Herbicide effects on the establishment of a native bunchgrass in annual grass invaded areas: Indaziflam versus imazapic. Ecological Solutions and Evidence. 2(1):.
2021Terry, T.J., M.D. Madsen, R.A. Gill, V.J. Anderson, and S.B. St. Clair. 2021. Selective herbicide control: using furrows and carbon seed coatings to establish a native bunchgrass while reducing cheatgrass cover. Restoration Ecology.
2021Towler, E. and D. Yates. 2021. Incorporating Multiyear Temperature Predictions for Water Resources Planning. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 60(2):171-183.
2021Wallace, B. and J.R. Minder. 2021. The impact of snow loss and soil moisture on convective precipitation over the Rocky Mountains under climate warming. Climate Dynamics.
2021Wendt, D.E., A.F. Van Loon, B.R. Scanlon, and D.M. Hannah. 2021. Managed aquifer recharge as a drought mitigation strategy in heavily-stressed aquifers. Environmental Research Letters. 16(1):014046.
2021Yang, P., X. Cai, and M. Khanna. 2021. Farmers' heterogeneous perceptions of marginal land for biofuel crops in US Midwestern states considering biophysical and socioeconomic factors. GCB Bioenergy.
2020Andruko, R., R. Danby, and P. Grogan. 2020. Recent Growth and Expansion of Birch Shrubs Across a Low Arctic Landscape in Continental Canada: Are These Responses More a Consequence of the Severely Declining Caribou Herd than of Climate Warming?. Ecosystems.
2020Angel Sola, D.E., L. Wang, M. Vazquez, and P.A. Mendez-Lazaro. 2020. Weathering the pandemic: How the Caribbean Basin can use viral and environmental patterns to predict, prepare, and respond to COVID-19. Journal of Medical Virology. 92(9):1460-1468.
2020Arellano-Gonzalez, J. and F.C. Moore. 2020. Intertemporal Arbitrage of Water and Long-Term Agricultural Investments: Drought, Groundwater Banking, and Perennial Cropping Decisions in California. American Journal of Agricultural Economics. 102(5):1368-1382.
2020Arietta, A.Z.A., L.K. Freidenburg, M.C. Urban, S.B. Rodrigues, A. Rubinstein, and D.K. Skelly. 2020. Phenological delay despite warming in wood frog Rana sylvatica reproductive timing: a 20-year study . Ecography.
2020Boulmaiz, T., M. Guermoui, and H. Boutaghane. 2020. Impact of training data size on the LSTM performances for rainfall-runoff modeling. Modeling Earth Systems and Environment. 6(4):2153-2164.
2020Chauvin, M., T. Kosatsky, M. Bilodeau-Bertrand, P. Gamache, A. Smargiassi, and N. Auger. 2020. Hot weather and risk of drowning in children: Opportunity for prevention. Preventive Medicine. 130:105885.
2020Chen, N., B. Cheng, X. Zhang, and C. Xing. 2020. Surface soil moisture estimation at high spatial resolution by fusing synthetic aperture radar and optical remote sensing data. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing. 14(02):1.
2020Cohen, J.M., D. Fink, and B. Zuckerberg. 2020. Avian responses to extreme weather across functional traits and temporal scales. Global Change Biology. 26(8):4240-4250.
2020Crosson, W.L., M.Z. Al-Hamdan, and T.Z. Insaf. 2020. Downscaling NLDAS-2 daily maximum air temperatures using MODIS land surface temperatures. PLOS ONE. 15(1):e0227480.
2020Curtis, J.A., E.R. Burns, and R. Sando. 2020. Regional patterns in hydrologic response, a new three-component metric for hydrograph analysis and implications for ecohydrology, Northwest Volcanic Aquifer Study Area, USA. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies. 30:100698.
2020Davidson, S.C., G. Bohrer, E. Gurarie, S. LaPoint, P.J. Mahoney, N.T. Boelman, J.U.H. Eitel, L.R. Prugh, L.A. Vierling, J. Jennewein, E. Grier, O. Couriot, A.P. Kelly, A.J.H. Meddens, R.Y. Oliver, R. Kays, M. Wikelski, T. Aarvak, J.T. Ackerman, J.A. Alves, E. Bayne, B. Bedrosian, J.L. Belant, A.M. Berdahl, A.M. Berlin, D. Berteaux, J. Bety, D. Boiko, T.L. Booms, B.L. Borg, S. Boutin, W.S. Boyd, K. Brides, S. Brown, V.N. Bulyuk, K.K. Burnham, D. Cabot, M. Casazza, K. Christie, E.H. Craig, S.E. Davis, T. Davison, D. Demma, C.R. DeSorbo, A. Dixon, R. Domenech, G. Eichhorn, K. Elliott, J.R. Evenson, K.M. Exo, S.H. Ferguson, W. Fiedler, A. Fisk, J. Fort, A. Franke, M.R. Fuller, S. Garthe, G. Gauthier, G. Gilchrist, P. Glazov, C.E. Gray, D. Gremillet, L. Griffin, M.T. Hallworth, A.L. Harrison, H.L. Hennin, J.M. Hipfner, J. Hodson, J.A. Johnson, K. Joly, K. Jones, T.E. Katzner, J.W. Kidd, E.C. Knight, M.N. Kochert, A. Kolzsch, H. Kruckenberg, B.J. Lagasse, S. Lai, J.F. Lamarre, R.B. Lanctot, N.C. Larter, A.D.M. Latham, C.J. Latty, J.P. Lawler, D.J. Leandri-Breton, H. Lee, S.B. Lewis, O.P. Love, J. Madsen, M. Maftei, M.L. Mallory, B. Mangipane, M.Y. Markovets, P.P. Marra, R. McGuire, C.L. McIntyre, E.A. McKinnon, T.A. Miller, S. Moonen, T. Mu, G.J.D.M. Muskens, J. Ng, K.L. Nicholson, I.J. Oien, C. Overton, P.A. Owen, A. Patterson, A. Petersen, I. Pokrovsky, L.L. Powell, R. Prieto, P. Quillfeldt, J. Rausch, K. Russell, S.T. Saalfeld, H. Schekkerman, J.A. Schmutz, P. Schwemmer, D.R. Seip, A. Shreading, M.A. Silva, B.W. Smith, F. Smith, J.P. Smith, K.R.S. Snell, A. Sokolov, V. Sokolov, D.V. Solovyeva, M.S. Sorum, G. Tertitski, J.F. Therrien, K. Thorup, T.L. Tibbitts, I. Tulp, B.D. Uher-Koch, R.S.A. van Bemmelen, S. Van Wilgenburg, A.L. Von Duyke, J.L. Watson, B.D. Watts, J.A. Williams, M.T. Wilson, J.R. Wright, M.A. Yates, D.J. Yurkowski, R. Zydelis, and M. Hebblewhite. 2020. Ecological insights from three decades of animal movement tracking across a changing Arctic. Science. 370(6517):712-715.
2020Driscoll, J.M., L.E. Hay, M.K. Vanderhoof, and R.J. Viger. 2020. Spatiotemporal Variability of Modeled Watershed Scale Surface-Depression Storage and Runoff for the Conterminous United States. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 56(1):16-29.
2020Gao, Y., S. Wang, K. Guan, A. Wolanin, L. You, W. Ju, and Y. Zhang. 2020. The Ability of Sun-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence From OCO-2 and MODIS-EVI to Monitor Spatial Variations of Soybean and Maize Yields in the Midwestern USA. Remote Sensing. 12(7):1111.
2020Gaspar, A.P., S. Mourtzinis, D. Kyle, E. Galdi, L.E. Lindsey, W.P. Hamman, E.G. Matcham, H.J. Kandel, P. Schmitz, J.D. Stanley, J.P. Schmidt, D.S. Mueller, E.D. Nafziger, J. Ross, P.R. Carter, A.J. Varenhorst, K.A. Wise, I.A. Ciampitti, W.D. Carciochi, M.I. Chilvers, B. Hauswedell, A.U. Tenuta, and S.P. Conley. 2020. Defining optimal soybean seeding rates and associated risk across North America. Agronomy Journal. 112(3):2103-2114.
2020Gomez-Casanovas, N., N.J. DeLucia, E.H. DeLucia, E. Blanc-Betes, E.H. Boughton, J. Sparks, and C.J. Bernacchi. 2020. Seasonal Controls of CO 2 and CH 4 Dynamics in a Temporarily Flooded Subtropical Wetland . Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 125(3):.
2020Guo, L., J. Chen, D. Luo, S. Liu, H.J. Lee, N. Motallebi, A. Fong, J. Deng, Q.Z. Rasool, J.C. Avise, T. Kuwayama, B.E. Croes, and M. FitzGibbon. 2020. Assessment of Nitrogen Oxide Emissions and San Joaquin Valley PM 2.5 Impacts From Soils in California . Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 125(24):.
2020Hartman, M.D., W.J. Parton, J.D. Derner, D.K. Schulte, W.K. Smith, D.E. Peck, K.A. Day, S.J. Del Grosso, S. Lutz, B.A. Fuchs, M. Chen, and W. Gao. 2020. Seasonal grassland productivity forecast for the U.S. Great Plains using Grass-Cast. Ecosphere. 11(11):.
2020Hewage, P., A. Behera, M. Trovati, E. Pereira, M. Ghahremani, F. Palmieri, and Y. Liu. 2020. Temporal convolutional neural (TCN) network for an effective weather forecasting using time-series data from the local weather station. Soft Computing.
2020Jan, A. and S.L. Painter. 2020. Permafrost thermal conditions are sensitive to shifts in snow timing. Environmental Research Letters. 15(8):084026.
2020Johnston, A.N., R.G. Christophersen, E.A. Beever, and J.I. Ransom. 2020. Freezing in a warming climate: Marked declines of a subnivean hibernator after a snow drought. Ecology and Evolution. 11(3):1264-1279.
2020Jones, M.O., D.E. Naugle, D. Twidwell, D.R. Uden, J.D. Maestas, and B.W. Allred. 2020. Beyond Inventories: Emergence of a New Era in Rangeland Monitoring. Rangeland Ecology & Management. 73(5):577-583.
2020KC, B., J.M. Shepherd, A.W. King, and C. Johnson Gaither. 2020. Multi-hazard climate risk projections for the United States. Natural Hazards. 105(2):1963-1976.
2020Keellings, D. and H. Moradkhani. 2020. Spatiotemporal Evolution of Heat Wave Severity and Coverage Across the United States. Geophysical Research Letters. 47(9):.
2020Kerr, N.Z., T. Wepprich, F.S. Grevstad, E.B. Dopman, F.S. Chew, and E.E. Crone. 2020. Developmental trap or demographic bonanza? Opposing consequences of earlier phenology in a changing climate for a multivoltine butterfly. Global Change Biology. 26(4):2014-2027.
2020Keyser, A.R., D.J. Krofcheck, C.C. Remy, C.D. Allen, and M.D. Hurteau. 2020. Simulated Increases in Fire Activity Reinforce Shrub Conversion in a Southwestern US Forest. Ecosystems.
2020Konapala, G., S.C. Kao, S.L. Painter, and D. Lu. 2020. Machine learning assisted hybrid models can improve streamflow simulation in diverse catchments across the conterminous US. Environmental Research Letters. 15(10):104022.
2020LaMontagne, J.M., I.S. Pearse, D.F. Greene, and W.D. Koenig. 2020. Mast seeding patterns are asynchronous at a continental scale. Nature Plants. 6(5):460-465.
2020Lang, B.J., M.P. Widrlechner, P.M. Dixon, and J.R. Thompson. 2020. Can climatic variables improve phenological predictions for butterfly species?. Journal of Insect Conservation. 24(2):375-383.
2020Laufenberg, D., D. Thoma, A. Hansen, and J. Hu. 2020. Biophysical Gradients and Performance of Whitebark Pine Plantings in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Forests. 11(1):119.
2020Lesk, C., E. Coffel, and R. Horton. 2020. Net benefits to US soy and maize yields from intensifying hourly rainfall. Nature Climate Change. 10(9):819-822.
2020Li, J.S., A. Hamann, and E. Beaubien. 2020. Outlier detection methods to improve the quality of citizen science data. International Journal of Biometeorology.
2020Llamas, R.M., M. Guevara, D. Rorabaugh, M. Taufer, and R. Vargas. 2020. Spatial Gap-Filling of ESA CCI Satellite-Derived Soil Moisture Based on Geostatistical Techniques and Multiple Regression. Remote Sensing. 12(4):665.
2020Martinez-Feria, R.A. and B. Basso. 2020. Unstable crop yields reveal opportunities for site-specific adaptations to climate variability. Scientific Reports. 10(1):.
2020Massmann, C. 2020. Evaluating the suitability of century-long gridded meteorological datasets for hydrological modelling. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 1-38.
2020McClure, M.L., D. Crowley, C.G. Haase, L.P. McGuire, N.W. Fuller, D.T.S. Hayman, C.L. Lausen, R.K. Plowright, B.G. Dickson, and S.H. Olson. 2020. Linking surface and subterranean climate: implications for the study of hibernating bats and other cave dwellers. Ecosphere. 11(10):.
2020McNunn, G., D.L. Karlen, W. Salas, C.W. Rice, S. Mueller, D. Muth, and J.W. Seale. 2020. Climate smart agriculture opportunities for mitigating soil greenhouse gas emissions across the U.S. Corn-Belt. Journal of Cleaner Production. 268:122240.
2020Miller, P.W. and C.A. Ramseyer. 2020. Did the Climate Forecast System Anticipate the 2015 Caribbean Drought?. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 21(6):1245-1258.
2020Norris, C.E., G.M. Bean, S.B. Cappellazzi, M. Cope, K.L.H. Greub, D. Liptzin, E.L. Rieke, P.W. Tracy, C.L.S. Morgan, and C.W. Honeycutt. 2020. Introducing the North American project to evaluate soil health measurements. Agronomy Journal. 112(4):3195-3215.
2020O'Sullivan, A.M., K.J. Devito, J. Ogilvie, T. Linnansaari, T. Pronk, S. Allard, and R.A. Curry. 2020. Effects of Topographic Resolution and Geologic Setting on Spatial Statistical River Temperature Models. Water Resources Research. 56(12):.
2020Oh, S.G. and L. Sushama. 2020. Fluvial inundation parameterization in climate model and its effects on regional climate: a case study of the 2009 Red River spring flood. Theoretical and Applied Climatology. 141(1-2):699-714.
2020Pate, A.A., C. Segura, and K.D. Bladon. 2020. Streamflow permanence in headwater streams across four geomorphic provinces in Northern California. Hydrological Processes.
2020Penn, C.A., D.W. Clow, G.A. Sexstone, and S.F. Murphy. 2020. Changes in Climate and Land Cover Affect Seasonal Streamflow Forecasts in the Rio Grande Headwaters. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association.
2020Powers, B.F., J.M. Winiarski, J.M. Requena-Mullor, and J.A. Heath. 2020.
2020Prevey, J.S., L.E. Parker, and C.A. Harrington. 2020. Projected impacts of climate change on the range and phenology of three culturally-important shrub species. PLOS ONE. 15(5):e0232537.
2020Prevey, J.S., L.E. Parker, C.A. Harrington, C.T. Lamb, and M.F. Proctor. 2020. Climate change shifts in habitat suitability and phenology of huckleberry (Vaccinium membranaceum). Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 280:107803.
2020Rahmani, F., K. Lawson, W. Ouyang, A. Appling, S. Oliver, and C. Shen. 2020. Exploring the exceptional performance of a deep learning stream temperature model and the value of streamflow data. Environmental Research Letters.
2020Rattalino Edreira, J.I., S. Mourtzinis, G. Azzari, J.F. Andrade, S.P. Conley, D. Lobell, J.E. Specht, and P. Grassini. 2020. From sunlight to seed: Assessing limits to solar radiation capture and conversion in agro-ecosystems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 280:107775.
2020Rattalino Edreira, J.I., S. Mourtzinis, G. Azzari, J.F. Andrade, S.P. Conley, J.E. Specht, and P. Grassini. 2020. Combining field-level data and remote sensing to understand impact of management practices on producer yields. Field Crops Research. 257:107932.
2020Rigge, M., C. Homer, H. Shi, and B. Wylie. 2020. Departures of rangeland fractional component cover and land cover from landsat-based ecological potential in Wyoming, USA. Rangeland Ecology & Management.
2020Rigge, M., C. Homer, L. Cleeves, D.K. Meyer, B. Bunde, H. Shi, G. Xian, S. Schell, and M. Bobo. 2020. Quantifying Western U.S. Rangelands as Fractional Components with Multi-Resolution Remote Sensing and In Situ Data. Remote Sensing. 12(3):412.
2020Rodgers, P.A., H. Sawyer, T.W. Mong, S. Stephens, and M.J. Kauffman. 2020. Sex-Specific Behaviors of Hunted Mule Deer During Rifle Season. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 85(2):215-227.
2020Saadi, M., L. Oudin, and P. Ribstein. 2020. Beyond Imperviousness: The Role of Antecedent Wetness in Runoff Generation in Urbanized Catchments. Water Resources Research. 56(11):.
2020Senay, G.B., S. Kagone, and N.M. Velpuri. 2020. Operational Global Actual Evapotranspiration: Development, Evaluation, and Dissemination. Sensors. 20(7):1915.
2020Sexstone, G.A., J.M. Driscoll, L.E. Hay, J.C. Hammond, and T.B. Barnhart. 2020. Runoff sensitivity to snow depletion curve representation within a continental scale hydrologic model. Hydrological Processes.
2020Seyednasrollah, B., A.M. Young, X. Li, T. Milliman, T. Ault, S. Frolking, M. Friedl, and A.D. Richardson. 2020. Sensitivity of Deciduous Forest Phenology to Environmental Drivers: Implications for Climate Change Impacts Across North America. Geophysical Research Letters. 47(5):.
2020Seyednasrollah, B., D.R. Bowling, R. Cheng, B.A. Logan, T.S. Magney, C. Frankenberg, J.C. Yang, A.M. Young, K. Hufkens, M.A. Arain, T.A. Black, P.D. Blanken, R. Bracho, R. Jassal, D.Y. Hollinger, B.E. Law, Z. Nesic, and A.D. Richardson. 2020. Seasonal variation in the canopy color of temperate evergreen conifer forests. New Phytologist. 229(5):2586-2600.
2020Surendran Nair, S., A.W. King, J. Gulledge, B.L. Preston, R.A. McManamay, and C.D. Clark. 2020. Economic losses from extreme weather in the U.S. Gulf Coast region: spatially differential contributions of climate hazard and socioeconomic exposure and vulnerability. Environmental Research Letters. 15(7):074038.
2020Tesfa, T.K., L.R. Leung, and S.J. Ghan. 2020. Exploring Topography-Based Methods for Downscaling Subgrid Precipitation for Use in Earth System Models. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 125(5):.
2020Tyralis, H., G. Papacharalampous, and A. Langousis. 2020. Super ensemble learning for daily streamflow forecasting: large-scale demonstration and comparison with multiple machine learning algorithms. Neural Computing and Applications.
2020Van de Kerk, M., S. Arthur, M. Bertram, B. Borg, J. Herriges, J. Lawler, B. Mangipane, C. Lambert Koizumi, B. Wendling, and L. Prugh. 2020. Environmental Influences on Dall's Sheep Survival. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 84(6):1127-1138.
2020Waliser, D.E., P.B. Gibson, B. Guan, M.J. DeFlorio, F.M. Ralph, and D.L. Swain. 2020. Ridging Associated with Drought across the Western and Southwestern United States: Characteristics, Trends, and Predictability Sources. Journal of Climate. 33(7):2485-2508.
2020Xian, G.Z., T. Loveland, S.M. Munson, J.E. Vogelmann, X. Zeng, and C.J. Homer. 2020. Climate sensitivity to decadal land cover and land use change across the conterminous United States. Global and Planetary Change. 192:103262.
2020Yang, P., Q. Zhao, and X. Cai. 2020. Machine learning based estimation of land productivity in the contiguous US using biophysical predictors. Environmental Research Letters. 15(7):074013.
2020Zhang, Y., B. Qian, and G. Hong. 2020. A Long-Term, 1-km Resolution Daily Meteorological Dataset for Modeling and Mapping Permafrost in Canada. Atmosphere. 11(12):1363.
2020Zhou, B., G.S. Okin, and J. Zhang. 2020. Leveraging Google Earth Engine (GEE) and machine learning algorithms to incorporate in situ measurement from different times for rangelands monitoring. Remote Sensing of Environment. 236:111521.
2019Adair, E.C., L. Barbieri, K. Schiavone, and H.M. Darby. 2019. Manure Application Decisions Impact Nitrous Oxide and Carbon Dioxide Emissions during Non-Growing Season Thaws. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 83(1):163.
2019Ahl, R., J. Hogland, and S. Brown. 2019. A Comparison of Standard Modeling Techniques Using Digital Aerial Imagery with National Elevation Datasets and Airborne LiDAR to Predict Size and Density Forest Metrics in the Sapphire Mountains MT, USA. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. 8(1):24.
2019Baijnath-Rodino, J.A. and C.R. Duguay. 2019. Assessment of coupled CRCM5-FLake on the reproduction of wintertime lake-induced precipitation in the Great Lakes Basin. Theoretical and Applied Climatology.
2019Bartowitz, K.J., P.E. Higuera, B.N. Shuman, K.K. McLauchlan, and T.W. Hudiburg. 2019. Post-Fire Carbon Dynamics in Subalpine Forests of the Rocky Mountains. Fire. 2(4):58.
2019Belitz, M.W., M.J. Monfils, D.L. Cuthrell, and A.K. Monfils. 2019. Landscape-level environmental stressors contributing to the decline of Poweshiek skipperling ( Oarisma poweshiek ) . Insect Conservation and Diversity. 13(2):187-200.
2019Bone and Nelson. 2019. Improving Mountain Pine Beetle Survival Predictions Using Multi-Year Temperatures Across the Western USA. Forests. 10(10):866.
2019Brown, C., S. Steinschneider, P. Ray, S. Wi, L. Basdekas, and D. Yates. 2019. Decision Scaling (DS): Decision Support for Climate Change. 255-287.
2019Burnett, J.D. and P.D. Anderson. 2019. Using generalized additive models for interpolating microclimate in dry-site ponderosa pine forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 279:107668.
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