SETC Publications

 

The following list contains published peer-reviewed articles related to Southeast Test Case research from July 2012-April 2018.

1. Aggarwal, S., Stewart, P.S. and Hozalski, R.M. (2015). Biofilm Cohesive Strength as a Basis for Biofilm Recalcitrance: Are Bacterial Biofilms Overdesigned? Microbiology Insights, 8 (Suppl 2), 29-32.

2. Bullock, R.J., Aggarwal, S., Perkins, R.A., & Schnabel, W. (2017). Scale-up considerations for surface collecting agent assisted in-situ burn crude oil spill response experiments in the Arctic: Laboratory to field-scale investigations. Journal of Environmental Management, 190, 266-273. doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2016.12.044

3. Buma, B., Hennon, P. E., Harrington, C. A., Popkin, J. R., Krapek, J., Lamb, M. S., Oakes, L. E., Saunders, S., & Zeglen, S. (2016). Emerging climate‐driven disturbance processes: widespread mortality associated with snow‐to‐rain transitions across 10° of latitude and half the range of a climate‐threatened conifer. Global Change Biology. doi:10.1111/gcb.13555

4. Buma, B., Krapek, J., & Edwards, R.T. (2016). Watershed-scale forest biomass distribution in a perhumid temperate rainforest as driven by topographic, soil, and disturbance variables. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 46(6), 844-854.

5. Buma, B. (2015). Disturbance interactions: characterization, prediction, and the potential for cascading effects. Ecosphere, 6 (4), 1-15.

6. Buma, B. and Barrett, T.M. (2015). Spatial and topographic trends in forest expansion and biomass change, from regional to local scales. Global Change Biology, 21 (9), 3445-3454.

7. Buma, B. and Livneh, B. (2015). Potential Effects of Forest Disturbances and Management on Water Resources in a Warmer Climate. Forest Science, 61 (5), 895-903.

8. Buma, B., Brown, C., Donato, D., Fontaine, J. & Johnstone, J. (2013). The impacts of changing disturbance regimes on serotinous plant populations and communities. BioScience, 63(11), 866-876.

9. Buma, B., Hennon, P.E., Bidlack, A.L., Baichtal, J.F., Ager, T.A. & Streveler, G. (2014). Correspondence regarding “The problem of conifer species migration lag in the Pacific Northwest region since the last glaciation” by Elias, S.A. Quaternary Science Reviews, 77, 53-69.

10. Buma, B. & Johnson, A. (2015). The role of windstorm exposure and yellow cedar decline on landslide susceptibility in southeast Alaskan temperate rainforests. Geomorphology, 228, 504-511.

11. Buma, B., Costanza, J. K., & Riitters, K. (2017). Determining the size of a complete disturbance landscape: multi-scale, continental analysis of forest change. Environmental monitoring and assessment, 189(12), 642. doi:10.1007/s10661-017-6364-x

12. Buma, B., Hennon, P.E., Harrington, C.A., Popkin, J.R., Krapek, J., Lamb, M.S., . . . Zeglen, S. (2017). Emerging climate-driven disturbance processes: widespread mortality associated with snow-to-rain transitions across 10 degrees of latitude and half the range of a climate-threatened conifer. Global Change Biology, 23(7), 2903-2914. doi:10.1111/gcb.13555

13. Buma, B., & Livneh, B. (2017). Key landscape and biotic indicators of watersheds sensitivity to forest disturbance identified using remote sensing and historical hydrography data. Environmental Research Letters, 12(7). doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aa7091

14. D’Amore, D., Edwards, R., Herendeen, P., Hood, E. & Fellman, J. (2015). Dissolved organic carbon fluxes from hydropedologic units in Alaskan coastal temperate rainforest watersheds. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 79(2), 378-388.

15. Fellman, J.B., Nagorski, S., Pyare, S., Vermilyea, A.W., Scott, D. and Hood, E. (2013). Stream temperature response to variable glacier coverage in coastal watersheds of Southeast Alaska. Hydrological Processes, 28, 2062-2073.

16. Fellman, J.B., Hood, E., Raymond, P.A, Hudson, J., Bozeman, M. & Arimitsu, M. (2015). Evidence for the assimilation of ancient glacier organic carbon in a proglacial stream food web. Limnology and Oceanography. doi: 10.1002/lno.10088

17. Fellman, J.B., Hood, E., Spencer, R.G.M., Stubbins, A. & Raymond, P. (2014). Watershed glacier coverage influences dissolved organic matter biogeochemistry in coastal watersheds of southeast Alaska. Ecosystems, 17, 1014-1025.

18. Fellman, J.B., Hood, E., Dryer, W. and Pyare, S. (2015). Stream Physical Characteristics Impact Habitat Quality for Pacific Salmon in Two Temperate Coastal Watersheds. PloS One, 10 (7), e0132652.

19. Fellman, J.B., Hood, E., Raymond, P.A., Stubbins, A. and Spencer, R.G. (2015). Spatial Variation in the Origin of Dissolved Organic Carbon in Snow on the Juneau Icefield, Southeast Alaska. Environmental Science & Technology, 49 (19), 11492-11499.

20. Hill, D., Bruhis, N., Calos, S., Arendt, A. & Beamer, J. (2015). Spatial and temporal variability of freshwater discharge into the Gulf of Alaska. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 120, 634–646.

21. Hood, E., Battin, T.J., Fellman, J., O’Neel, S. & Spencer, G.M. (2015). Storage and release of organic carbon from glaciers and ice sheets. Nature Geoscience, 8, 91-96.

22. Hotaling, S., Hood, E., & Hamilton, T. L. (2017). Microbial ecology of mountain glacier ecosystems: biodiversity, ecological connections and implications of a warming climate. Environmental Microbiology, 19(8), 2935-2948. doi:10.1111/1462-2920.13766

23. Khamkhash, A., Srivastava, V., Ghosh, T., Akdogan, G., Ganguli, R., & Aggarwal, S. (2017). Mining-Related Selenium Contamination in Alaska, and the State of Current Knowledge. Minerals, 7(3), 46.

24. Kovach, R.P., Joyce, J.E., Vulstek, S.C., Barrientos, E.M., & Tallmon, D.A. (2014). Variable effects of climate and density on the juvenile ecology of two salmonids in an Alaskan lake. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 71(6), 799-807.

25. Kovach, R.P., Ellison, S.C., Pyare, S. & Tallmon, D.A. (2014). Temporal patterns in adult salmon migration timing across Southeast Alaska. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/gcb.12829

26. Krapek, J., & Buma, B. (2017). Limited stand expansion by a long‐lived conifer at a leading northern range edge, despite available habitat. Journal of Ecology, 1-14. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.12885

27. Livneh, B., Deems, J.S., Buma, B., Barsugli, J.J., Schneider, D., Molotch, N.P., Wolter, K. & Wessman, C.A. (2015). Catchment response to bark beetle outbreak in the upper Colorado River basin. Journal of Hydrology, 523, 196-210.

28. Mayer, A. L., Buma, B., Davis, A., Gagné, S. A., Loudermilk, E. L., Scheller, R. M., Schmiegelow, F. K. A., Wiersma, Y. F., & Franklin, J. (2016). How Landscape Ecology Informs Global Land-Change Science and Policy. BioScience, 66(6), 458-469. doi:10.1093/biosci/biw035

29. McFarland, J. (2017). Thriving in Unexpected Places: Food Webs Supporting Arctic Grayling in Alaska's Far North. Fisheries, 42(4), 7.

30. Nagorski, S., Engstrom, D., Hudson, J., Krabbenhoft, D., Hood, E., DeWild, J. & Aiken, G. (2014). Spatial distribution of mercury in southeastern Alaskan streams influenced by glaciers, wetlands, and salmon. Environmental Pollution, 182, 62-72.

31. O'Neel, S., Hood, E., Arendt, A. & Sass, L. (2014). Assessing streamflow sensitivity to variations in glacier mass balance. Climatic Change, 123(2), 329-341.

32. O'Neel, S., Bidlack, A., Hood, E., Fleming, S., Arimitsu, Y., Pyare, S., et al. (2014). Icefield-to-ocean linkages across the northern Pacific coastal temperate rainforest ecosystem. Bioscience. doi: 10.1093/biosci/biv027

33. Riitters, K., Costanza, J. K., & Buma, B. (2017). Interpreting multiscale domains of tree cover disturbance patterns in North America. Ecological Indicators, 80, 147-152. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.05.022

34. Sartz, P., & Aggarwal, S. (2017). Ambient Air Quality in the Vicinity of a Herder Mediated In-Situ Burn Field Test in Alaska. Paper presented at the International Oil Spill Conference 2017, Long Beach, California.

35. Sawchuk, J.H., Beaudreau, A.H., Tonnes, D. & Fluharty, D. (2015). Using stakeholder engagement to inform endangered species management and improve conservation. Marine Policy, 54, 98-107.

29. Sergeant, C.J. & Nagorski, S.A. (2014). The implications of monitoring frequency for describing riverine water quality regimes. River Research and Applications. doi: 10.1002/rra.2767

36. Shanley, C.S., Pyare, S., Kofinas, G.P. (2013). Balancing the conservation of wildlife habitat with subsistence hunting access: A geospatial-scenario planning framework. Landscape and Urban Planning, 115, 10-17.

37. Shanley, C.S., Pyare, S., Goldstein, M.I., Alaback, P.B., Albert, D.M., Beier, C.M., Brinkman, T.J., Edwards, R.T., Hood, E., MacKinnon, A., McPhee, M.V., Patterson, T.M., Suring, L.H., Tallmon, D.A. & Wipfli, M.S. (2015). Climate change implications in the northern coastal temperate rainforest of North America. Climatic Change. DOI 10.1007/s10584-015-1355-9.

38. Spencer, R.G.M., Vermilyea, A., Fellman, J., Raymond, P., Stubbins, A., Scott, D. & Hood, E. (2014). Seasonal variability of organic matter composition in glacier outflow: Insights into glacier carbon sources. Environmental Research Letters, 9, 055005.

39. Spencer, R.G.M., Guo, W., Raymond, P., Dittman, T., Hood, E., Fellman, J. & Stubbins, A. (2014). Source and biolability of ancient dissolved organic matter in glacier and lake ecosystems on the Tibetan Plateau. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 142, 64-74.

40. Vander Naald, B. P., & Cameron, T. A. (2017). Payment Vehicles for Public Goods: Evidence from California’s Proposition 21. Land Economics, 93(1), 145-164.

41. Whitney, E. J., Beaudreau, A. H., & Howe, E. R. (2018). Using Stable Isotopes to Assess the Contribution of Terrestrial and Riverine Organic Matter to Diets of Nearshore Marine Consumers in a Glacially Influenced Estuary. Estuaries and Coasts, 41(1), 193-205. doi:10.1007/s12237-017-0260-z

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