Weekly Highlights: January 2017
Week of January 30th
- Poulter. Arneth, A, S Sitch, J Pongratz, BD Stocker, P Ciais, B Poulter (618), AD Bayer, A Bondeau, L Calle, LP Chini, T Gasser, M Fader, P Friedlingstein, E Kato, W Li, M Lindeskog, JEMS Nabel, TAM Pugh, E Robertson, N Viovy, C Yue, and S Zaehle. 2017. Historical carbon dioxide emissions caused by land-use changes are possibly larger than assumed. Nature Geoscience.
- Poulter. Babst, F, B Poulter (618), P Bodesheim, MD Mahecha and D Frank. 2017. Improved tree-ring archives will support Earth system science. Nature Ecology and Evolution.
- Poulter. Ballantyne, AP, W Smith, B Anderegg, P Kauppi, J Sarmiento, P Tans, E Shevliakova, Y Pan, B Poulter (618), A Anav, P Friedlingstein, R Houghton and S Running. 2017. Accelerating net terrestrial carbon uptake during the warming hiatus due to reduced respiration. Nature Climate Change 1:0008.
- Poulter. Jung, M, M Reichstein, CR Schwalm, C Huntingford, S Sitch, A Ahlstrom, A Arneth, G Camps-Valls, P Ciais, P Friedlingstein, F AGans, K Ichii, AK Jain, E Kato, D Papale, B Poulter (618), B Raduly, C Rodenbeck, G Tramontana, N Viovy, Y-P Wang, U Weber, S Zaehle and N Zeng. 2017. Compensatory water effects link yearly global land CO2 sink changes to temperature. Nature 541:516-520
- Delgado. On January 23, 2017, Sabrina Delgado Arias (618) presented, on behalf of the ICESat-2 applications team, an overview of the ICESat-2 Applications Program initiatives and the Early Adopter research in the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. This is part of the Uses of Earth Observations and Geospatial Information to Support Progress on the Sustainable Development Goals session chaired by Lawrence Friedl (NASA Earth Sciences Division, Washington DC) for the 12th Symposium on Societal Applications: Policy, Research and Practice hosted during the 97th American Meteorological Society annual meeting. More information can be found at: https://ams.confex.com/ams/97Annual/webprogram/Paper310004.html
Week of January 9th
Published or Accepted Papers
- Noojipady. Noojipady, P. (618/ESSIC), Morton, D. C. (618), Schroeder, W. (UMD), Carlson, K. M. (U-HI), Huang, C. (UMD), Gibbs, H. K. (UW), Burns, D. (NWF), Walker, N. F. (NWF), and Prince, S. D. (UMD): Managing fire risk during drought: the influence of certification and El Niño on fire-driven forest conversion for oil palm in Southeast Asia, Earth Syst. Dynam. Discuss., doi:10.5194/esd-2017-2, in review, 2017.
- Noojipady. Praveen Noojipady (618/ESSIC) received his PhD in Geographical Sciences from the University of Maryland, College Park during the 2016 winter graduation (photo attached). Praveen was co-advised by Doug Morton (618), and his dissertation focused on ecosystem degradation and the interactions between climate variability and land management in the Southwest US, Brazil, and Southeast Asia.