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Volume 144, issue 4, 2017

No climate change salience in Lofoten fisheries? A comment on understanding the need for adaptation in natural resource-dependent communities pp. 565-572 Downloads
Anna Lena Bercht
Author response to the commentary by A. L. Bercht on “Understanding the need for adaptation in a natural resource dependent community in Northern Norway: issue salience, values and worldviews” pp. 573-575 Downloads
Halvor Dannevig and Grete K. Hovelsrud
Review of commentary: no climate change salience in Lofoten fisheries? A comment on understanding the need for adaptation in natural resource dependent communities pp. 577-578 Downloads
Steve Rayner
The rise in global atmospheric CO2, surface temperature, and sea level from emissions traced to major carbon producers pp. 579-590 Downloads
B. Ekwurzel, J. Boneham, M. W. Dalton, R. Heede, R. J. Mera, M. R. Allen and P. C. Frumhoff
Responsible for what? Carbon producer CO2 contributions and the energy transition pp. 591-596 Downloads
Henry Shue
Banking on banking: does “when” flexibility mask the costs of stringent climate policy? pp. 597-610 Downloads
John Bistline and Francisco Chesnaye
Assessing uncertainty of climate change impacts on long-term hydropower generation using the CMIP5 ensemble—the case of Ecuador pp. 611-624 Downloads
Pablo E. Carvajal, Gabrial Anandarajah, Yacob Mulugetta and Olivier Dessens
A climate stress test of Los Angeles’ water quality plans pp. 625-639 Downloads
Abdul Tariq, Robert Jay Lempert, John Riverson, Marla Schwartz and Neil Berg
Projected warming portends seasonal shifts of stream temperatures in the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, USA and Canada pp. 641-655 Downloads
Leslie A. Jones, Clint C. Muhlfeld and Lucy A. Marshall
Recent climatic changes and wetland expansion turned Tibet into a net CH4 source pp. 657-670 Downloads
Da Wei and Xiaodan Wang
Carbon dioxide fertilization offsets negative impacts of climate change on Arabica coffee yield in Brazil pp. 671-685 Downloads
Fabian Y. F. Verhage, Niels P. R. Anten and Paulo C. Sentelhas
Effects of different climate downscaling methods on the assessment of climate change impacts on wheat cropping systems pp. 687-701 Downloads
Liu De Li, Garry J. O’Leary, Brendan Christy, Ian Macadam, Bin Wang, Muhuddin R. Anwar and Anna Weeks
Tropical semi-arid regions expanding over temperate latitudes under climate change pp. 703-719 Downloads
Amélie Rajaud and Nathalie de Noblet-Ducoudré
Influence of climate change on summer cooling costs and heat stress in urban office buildings pp. 721-735 Downloads
Hans Hooyberghs, Stijn Verbeke, Dirk Lauwaet, Helia Costa, Graham Floater and Koen Ridder

Volume 144, issue 3, 2017

Foreword to the special issue: decadal scale drought in arid regions pp. 389-390 Downloads
Zong-Liang Yang and Zhuguo Ma
Assessment of the Pacific decadal oscillation’s contribution to the occurrence of local torrential rainfall in north China pp. 391-403 Downloads
Lin Pei, Jiangjiang Xia, Zhongwei Yan and Hui Yang
Modulation of monthly precipitation patterns over East China by the Pacific Decadal Oscillation pp. 405-417 Downloads
Qing Yang, Zhuguo Ma and Baoliang Xu
500-yr. precipitation variability in Southern Taihang Mountains, China, and its linkages to ENSO and PDO pp. 419-432 Downloads
Yong Zhang, Qinhua Tian, Sébastien Guillet and Markus Stoffel
Variability of modeled runoff over China and its links to climate change pp. 433-445 Downloads
Mingxing Li, Zhuguo Ma and Meixia Lv
Regional water budgets and hydroclimatic trend variations in Xinjiang from 1951 to 2000 pp. 447-460 Downloads
Ziyan Zheng, Zhuguo Ma, Mingxing Li and Jiangjiang Xia
Modeling and analysis of the potential impacts on regional climate due to vegetation degradation over arid and semi-arid regions of China pp. 461-473 Downloads
Liang Chen, Zhuguo Ma and Tianbao Zhao
Potential impact of reforestation programmes and uncertainties in land cover effects over the loess plateau: a regional climate modeling study pp. 475-490 Downloads
Lang Wang and Kevin K. W. Cheung
Relative impacts of increased greenhouse gas concentrations and land cover change on the surface climate in arid and semi-arid regions of China pp. 491-503 Downloads
Zhongfeng Xu and Zong-Liang Yang
Quantifying the contributions of anthropogenic and natural forcings to climate changes over arid-semiarid areas during 1946–2005 pp. 505-517 Downloads
Chunxiang Li, Tianbao Zhao and Kairan Ying
Uncertainties in historical changes and future projections of drought. Part I: estimates of historical drought changes pp. 519-533 Downloads
Aiguo Dai and Tianbao Zhao
Uncertainties in historical changes and future projections of drought. Part II: model-simulated historical and future drought changes pp. 535-548 Downloads
Tianbao Zhao and Aiguo Dai
Vulnerability of and risk to water resources in arid and semi-arid regions of West China under a scenario of climate change pp. 549-563 Downloads
Jun Xia, Like Ning, Quan Wang, Junxu Chen, Long Wan and Si Hong

Volume 144, issue 2, 2017

Commentary on “carbon balance effects of US biofuel production and use,” by DeCicco et al. (2016) pp. 111-119 Downloads
Robert D. De Kleine, Timothy J. Wallington, James E. Anderson and Hyung Chul Kim
Erratum to: commentary on “carbon balance effects of US biofuel production and use,” by DeCicco et al. (2016) pp. 121-121 Downloads
Robert D. Kleine, Timothy J. Wallington, James E. Anderson and Hyung Chul Kim
Author’s response to commentary on “Carbon balance effects of U.S. biofuel production and use” pp. 123-129 Downloads
John M. DeCicco
Assessing climate change impacts on extreme weather events: the case for an alternative (Bayesian) approach pp. 131-142 Downloads
Michael E. Mann, Elisabeth A. Lloyd and Naomi Oreskes
Is the choice of statistical paradigm critical in extreme event attribution studies? pp. 143-150 Downloads
Peter A. Stott, David J. Karoly and Francis W. Zwiers
Leakage risks of geologic CO2 storage and the impacts on the global energy system and climate change mitigation pp. 151-163 Downloads
Hang Deng, Jeffrey M. Bielicki, Michael Oppenheimer, Jeffrey P. Fitts and Catherine A. Peters
Early action on Paris Agreement allows for more time to change energy systems pp. 165-179 Downloads
Heleen L. van Soest, Harmen Sytze de Boer, Mark Roelfsema, Michel G.J. den Elzen, Annemiek Admiraal, Detlef P. van Vuuren, Andries F. Hof, Maarten van den Berg, Mathijs J.H.M. Harmsen, David E.H.J. Gernaat and Nicklas Forsell
The road to achieving the long-term Paris targets: energy transition and the role of direct air capture pp. 181-193 Downloads
Adriana Marcucci, Socrates Kypreos and Evangelos Panos
Using forests for climate mitigation: sequester carbon or produce woody biomass? pp. 195-206 Downloads
Alice Favero, Robert Mendelsohn and Brent Sohngen
Forest sector carbon analyses support land management planning and projects: assessing the influence of anthropogenic and natural factors pp. 207-220 Downloads
Alexa J. Dugan, Richard Birdsey, Sean P. Healey, Yude Pan, Fangmin Zhang, Gang Mo, Jing Chen, Christopher W. Woodall, Alexander J. Hernandez, Kevin McCullough, James B. McCarter, Crystal L. Raymond and Karen Dante-Wood
Historic nitrogen deposition determines future climate change effects on nitrogen retention in temperate forests pp. 221-235 Downloads
T. Dirnböck, C. Foldal, I. Djukic, J. Kobler, E. Haas, R. Kiese and B. Kitzler
The power of the transplant: direct assessment of climate change impacts pp. 237-255 Downloads
Sabine S. Nooten and Lesley Hughes
Policy, practice, and partnerships for climate change adaptation on US national forests pp. 257-269 Downloads
Thomas J. Timberlake and Courtney A. Schultz
Nodes and networks in the governance of ecosystem-based adaptation: the case of the Bergrivier municipality, South Africa pp. 271-285 Downloads
Gina Ziervogel, Lorena Pasquini and Sarah Haiden
Land-use experts’ perception of regional climate change: an empirical analysis from the North German Plain pp. 287-301 Downloads
Tim Barkmann, Rosemarie Siebert and Andrej Lange
Spatial conservation prioritization for dominant tree species of Chinese forest communities under climate change pp. 303-316 Downloads
Ji-Zhong Wan, Chun-Jing Wang and Fei-Hai Yu
Understanding climate as a driver of food insecurity in Ethiopia pp. 317-328 Downloads
Kirsty Lewis
Climate impacts on agricultural land use in the USA: the role of socio-economic scenarios pp. 329-345 Downloads
Jianhong E. Mu, Benjamin M. Sleeter, John T. Abatzoglou and John M. Antle
Impacts of Antarctic fast dynamics on sea-level projections and coastal flood defense pp. 347-364 Downloads
Tony E. Wong, Alexander M. R. Bakker and Klaus Keller
Attributing extreme fire risk in Western Canada to human emissions pp. 365-379 Downloads
Megan C. Kirchmeier-Young, Francis W. Zwiers, Nathan P. Gillett and Alex J. Cannon
The impacts of rising temperatures on aircraft takeoff performance pp. 381-388 Downloads
Ethan D. Coffel, Terence R. Thompson and Radley M. Horton

Volume 144, issue 1, 2017

Building blocks: a strategy for near-term action within the new global climate framework pp. 1-13 Downloads
Richard B. Stewart, Michael Oppenheimer and Bryce Rudyk
Governing global problems under uncertainty: making bottom-up climate policy work pp. 15-27 Downloads
Charles F. Sabel and David G. Victor
An alternative framework for negotiating climate policies pp. 29-39 Downloads
Geoffrey Heal and Howard Kunreuther
The strength of weakness: pseudo-clubs in the climate regime pp. 41-52 Downloads
Jessica F. Green
Green clubs in building block climate change regimes pp. 53-63 Downloads
Matthew Potoski
Incomplete cooperation and co-benefits: deepening climate cooperation with a proliferation of small agreements pp. 65-79 Downloads
Phillip M. Hannam, Vítor V. Vasconcelos, Simon A. Levin and Jorge M. Pacheco
Toward a club of carbon markets pp. 81-95 Downloads
N. Keohane, A. Petsonk and A. Hanafi
Policy surveillance in the G-20 fossil fuel subsidies agreement: lessons for climate policy pp. 97-110 Downloads
Joseph E. Aldy
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