Liang, Y. , M. Duveneck, E. Gustafson, J. Serra-Diaz, J. R. Thompson. 2017. How disturbance, competition and dispersal interact to prevent tree range boundaries from keeping pace with climate change. Global Change Biology. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13847
Duveneck M. D. and J. R. Thompson. 2017. Climate change imposes phenological tradeoffs on forest net primary productivity. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences DOI: 10.1002/2017JG004025
McBride, M. F., K. F. Lambert, E. S. Huff, K. A. Theoharides, P. Field, and J. R. Thompson. 2017. Increasing the effectiveness of participatory scenario development through codesign. Ecology and Society 22(3):16. https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-09386-220316
Capps, S., Driscoll, C. T., Fakhraei, H., Templer, P. H., Craig, K. J., Milford, J. B., Lambert, K. F. (2016) Estimating potential productivity co-benefits for crops and trees from reduced ozone with U.S. coal power plant carbon standards. Journal of Geophysical Research 121, 14,679–14,690.
Thompson, J. R., Lambert, K. F., Foster, D. R., Broadbent, E. N., Blumstein, M., Zambrano, A. M. A., and Fan, Y. C. (2016) The consequences of four land-use scenarios for forest ecosystems and the services they provide, Ecosphere 7.
Thorn, A. M., Thompson, J. R., and Plisinski, J. S. (2016) Patterns and Predictors of Recent Forest Conversion in New England, Land 5.
Mallampalli, V. R., Mavrommati, G., Thompson, J., Duveneck, M., Meyer, S., Ligmann-Zielinska, A., Druschke, C. G., Hychka, K., Kenney, M. A., Kok, K., and Borsuk, M. E. (2016) Methods for translating narrative scenarios into quantitative assessments of land use change, Environmental Modelling & Software 82, 7-20.
Duveneck, M., Thompson, J., Gustafson, E. J., Liang, Y., and de Bruijn, A. M. G. (2016) Recovery dynamics and climate change effects to future New England forests, Landscape Ecology. doi:10.1007/s10980-016-0415-5
Buonocore, J. J., Lambert, K. F., Burtraw, D., Sekar, S., and Driscoll, C. T. (2016) An Analysis of Costs and Health Co-Benefits for a U.S. Power Plant Carbon Standard, Plos One, vol. 11.
Lovett, G. M., Weiss, M., Liebhold, A. M., Holmes, T. P., Leung, B., Lambert, K. F., Orwig, D. A., Campbell, F. T., Rosenthal, J., McCullough, D. G., Wildova, R., Ayres, M. P., Canham, C. D., Foster, D. R., LaDeau, S. L., and Weldy, T. (2016) Nonnative forest insects and pathogens in the United States: Impacts and policy options, Ecological Applications 26, 1437-1455.
Duveneck, M. J., Thompson, J. R., and Wilson, B. T. (2015) An imputed forest composition map for New England screened by species range boundaries, Forest Ecology and Management 347, 107-115.
Blumstein, M., and Thompson, J. R. (2015) Land-use impacts on the quantity and configuration of ecosystem service provisioning in Massachusetts, USA, Journal of Applied Ecology 52, 1009-1019.
Driscoll, C. T., Buonocore, J. J., Levy, J. I., Lambert, K. F., Burtraw, D., Reid, S. B., Fakhraei, H., and Schwartz, J. (2015) US power plant carbon standards and clean air and health co-benefits, Nature Climate Change 5, 535-540.
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Land use webinar this Thursday:
"Mapping the Future Scenarios"
Nov 2 at 2pm
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