Peer-reviewed publications published from Alaska Climate Science Center-funded research and by Alaska Climate Science Center-affiliated scientists. Copyright laws prohibit us from publishing most peer-reviewed journal articles. 


Restaino, C.M., Peterson, D.L., and J.S. Littell 2016. Higher temperature decrease tree growth in Douglas-fir forests of the western United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA . 113(34). 9557-9562. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1602384113.
Romanovsky, V. E., S. L. Smith, K. Isaksen, N. I. Shiklomanov, D. A. Streletskiy, A. L. Kholodov, H. H. Christiansen, D. S. Drozdov, G. V. Malkova, and S. S. Marchenko 2016. [The Arctic] Terrestrial Permafrost [in “State of the Climate in 2015. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 97(8). S149-S152.
Taylor, K. M., R. Hum, and Y. Kontar. 2016. Communicating Climate-Change and Natural Hazard Risk and Cultivating Resilience: Case Studies for a Multi-disciplinary Approach. . In Drake, L. Jeanette, Kontar, Y. Yekaterina, Eichelberger, C. John, Rupp, Scott T. and Taylor, M. Karen, ed. Cham: Springer International Publishing. 151-171.
Toohey, R., Mutter, E., Schuster, P., and N. Herman-Mercer 2016In Press. Multi-decadal increases in Yukon River Basin chemical fluxes as indicators of changing flowpaths, groundwater, and permafrost. Geophysical Research Letters.
Ueyama, M., N. Tahara, H. Iwata, E.S. Euskirchen, H. Ikawa, H. Koyayashi, H. Nagano, T. Nakai, Y. Harazono 2016. Optimization of a biochemical model with eddy covariance measurements in black spruce forests of Alaska for estimating CO2 fertilization effects. Agricultural and Forest Meterology. 222. 98-111. doi: 10.1016/j.agrformet.2016.03.007.
Wang, W., A. Rinke, J.C. Moore, D. Ji, X. Cui, S. Peng, D.M. Lawrence, A.D. McGuire, E.J. Burke, X. Chen, B. Decharme, C. Koven, A. MacDougall, K. Saito, W. Zhang, R. Alkama, T.J. Bohn, P. Ciais, C. Delire, I. Gouttevin, T. Hajima, G. Krinner, D.P. Lettenmaier, P.A. Miller, B. Smith, T. Sueyoshi, and A.B. Sherstiukov 2016. Evaluation of air-soil temperature relationships simulated by land surface models during winter across the permafrost region. The Cryosphere. 10. 1721-1737. doi:10.5194/tc-10-1721-2016.
Wang, W., A. Rinke, J.C. Moore, X. Cui, D. Ji, Q. Li, N. Zhang, C. Wang, S. Zhang, D.M. Lawrence, A.D. McGuire, W. Zhang, C. Delire, C. Koven, K. Saito, A. MacDougall, E. Burke, and B. Decharme 2016. Diagnostic and model dependent uncertainty of simulated Tibetan permafrost area. The Cryosphere. 10. 287-306. doi:10.5194/tc-10-287-2016.
Wolken, J.M., Mann, D.H., Grant, T.A., III., Lloyd, A.H., Rupp, T.S., and Hollingsworth, T.N. 2016. Climate-growth relationships along a black spruce toposequence in interior Alaska. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 48(4). 637-652. doi:
Young-Robertson, J. M., Bolton, W. R., Bhatt, U. S., Cristobal, J., & Thoman, R. 2016. Deciduous trees are a large and overlooked sink for snowmelt water in the boreal forest. Nature: Scientific Reports. 6. doi: 10.1038/ srep29504.
Zhou, X., S.A. Schroder, A.D. McGuire, and Z. Zhu 2016. Forest inventory-based analysis and projections of forest carbon stocks and changes in Alaska coastal forests. Chapter 4 (pages 77-94) in Z. Zhu and A.D. McGuire, eds., Baseline and projected future carbon storage and greenhouse-gas fluxes in ecosystems of Alaska. U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper. 1826. 196.