Citations of our data



The following publications have cited our data:

Peer-reviewed articles
2016
  1. Agarwal, A., Babel, M. S., Maskey, S., Shrestha, S., Kawasaki, A., & Tripathi, N. K. 2016. "Analysis of temperature projections in the Koshi River Basin, Nepal" International Journal of Climatology, 36(1), 266–279.
  2. Bitencourt, C., Rapini, A., Damascena, L. S., & Junior, P. D. M. 2016. "The worrying future of the endemic flora of a tropical mountain range under climate change" Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants, 218, 1–10.
  3. Carrillo-Angeles, I. G., Suzán-Azpiri, H., Mandujano, M. C., Golubov, J., & Martínez-Ávalos, J. G. 2016. "Niche breadth and the implications of climate change in the conservation of the genus Astrophytum (Cactaceae)" Journal of Arid Environments, 124, 310–317
  4. Eitzinger, A., Läderach, P., Rodriguez, B., Fisher, M., Beebe, S., Sonder, K., & Schmidt, A. 2016. "Assessing high-impact spots of climate change: spatial yield simulations with Decision Support System for Agrotechnology Transfer (DSSAT) model" Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 1–18.
  5. El-Gabbas, A., El Din, S. B., Zalat, S., & Gilbert, F. 2016. "Conserving Egypt’s reptiles under climate change" Journal of Arid Environments, 127, 211–221.
  6. Haché, S., Cameron, R., Villard, M.-A., Bayne, E. M., & MacLean, D. A. 2016. "Demographic response of a neotropical migrant songbird to forest management and climate change scenarios" Forest Ecology and Management, 359, 309–320.
  7. Hall, A., Mathews, A. J., & Holzapfel, B. P. 2016. "Potential effect of atmospheric warming on grapevine phenology and post-harvest heat accumulation across a range of climates" International Journal of Biometeorology, 1–18.
  8. Jennings M.D., Harris G.M. 2016. "Climate change and ecosystem composition across large landscapes" Landscape Ecology, 1–13.
  9. Leemans, R. 2016. "The lessons learned from shifting from global-change research programmes to transdisciplinary sustainability science" Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 19, 103–110.
  10. Mehar, M., Mittal, S., & Prasad, N. 2016. "Farmers coping strategies for climate shock: Is it differentiated by gender? " Journal of Rural Studies, 44, 123–131.
  11. Mereu, S., Sušnik, J., Trabucco, A., Daccache, A., Vamvakeridou-Lyroudia, L., Renoldi, S., … Assimacopoulos, D. 2016. "Operational resilience of reservoirs to climate change, agricultural demand, and tourism: A case study from Sardinia" Science of the Total Environment, 543, 1028–1038.
  12. Plank, L., Zak, D., Getzner, M., Follak, S., Essl, F., Dullinger, S., … Gattringer, A. 2016. "Benefits and costs of controlling three allergenic alien species under climate change and dispersal scenarios in Central Europe" Environmental Science & Policy, 56, 9–21.
  13. Pletterbauer, F., Graf, W., & Schmutz, S. 2016. "Effect of biotic dependencies in species distribution models: The future distribution of Thymallus thymallus under consideration of Allogamus auricollis" Ecological Modelling, 327, 95–104.
  14. Priti, H., Aravind, N. A., Shaanker, R. U., & Ravikanth, G. 2016. "Modeling impacts of future climate on the distribution of Myristicaceae species in the Western Ghats, India" Ecological Engineering, 89, 14–23.
  15. Ray, D., Peace, A., Moore, R., Petr, M., Grieve, Y., Convery, C., & Ziesche, T. 2016. "Improved prediction of the climate-driven outbreaks of Dendrolimus pini in Pinus sylvestris forests" Forestry, cpw007.
  16. Regos, A., D’Amen, M., Titeux, N., Herrando, S., Guisan, A., & Brotons, L. 2016. "Predicting the future effectiveness of protected areas for bird conservation in Mediterranean ecosystems under climate change and novel fire regime scenarios" Diversity and Distributions, 22(1), 83–96.
  17. Ren, Z., Wang, D., Ma, A., Hwang, J., Bennett, A., Sturrock, H. J. W., … Feng, X. 2016. "Predicting malaria vector distribution under climate change scenarios in China: Challenges for malaria elimination" Scientific Reports, 6.
  18. Trisurat, Y., Eawpanich, P., & Kalliola, R. 2016. "Integrating land use and climate change scenarios and models into assessment of forested watershed services in Southern Thailand" Environmental Research.
  19. Young, A. J., Guo, D., Desmet, P. G., & Midgley, G. F. 2016. "Biodiversity and climate change: Risks to dwarf succulents in Southern Africa" Journal of Arid Environments, 129, 16–24.
2015
  1. Agarwal, A., Babel, M. S., Maskey, S., Shrestha, S., Kawasaki, A., & Tripathi, N. K. 2016. "Analysis of temperature projections in the Koshi River Basin, Nepal" International Journal of Climatology, 36(1), 266–279.
  2. Aguirre‐Gutiérrez, J., Serna‐Chavez, H. M., Villalobos‐Arambula, A. R., Pérez de la Rosa, J. A., & Raes, N. 2015. "Similar but not equivalent: ecological niche comparison across closely–related Mexican white pines" Diversity and Distributions, 21(3), 245–257.
  3. Alarcón, D., & Cavieres, L. A. 2015. "In the Right Place at the Right Time: Habitat Representation in Protected Areas of South American Nothofagus-Dominated Plants after a Dispersal Constrained Climate Change Scenario" PloS One, 10(3), e0119952.
  4. Alba‐Sánchez, F., López‐Sáez, J. A., Nieto‐Lugilde, D., & Svenning, J. 2015. "Long‐term climate forcings to assess vulnerability in North Africa dry argan woodlands" Applied Vegetation Science, 18(2), 283–296.
  5. Andersson, K., Gerrard, C., Meyers, W., Nankhuni, F., Spriggs, J., Panel, A. M., … Marouani, A. 2015. "Evaluation of the CGIAR Research Program “Policies, Institutions and Markets”(PIM)."
  6. Ayal, D. Y., Desta, S., Gebru, G., Kinyangi, J., Recha, J., & Radeny, M. 2015. "Opportunities and challenges of indigenous biotic weather forecasting among the Borena herders of southern Ethiopia" SpringerPlus, 4(1), 1–11.
  7. Banag, C., Thrippleton, T., Alejandro, G. J., Reineking, B., & Liede-Schumann, S. 2015. "Bioclimatic niches of selected endemic Ixora species on the Philippines: predicting habitat suitability due to climate change" Plant Ecology, 216(9), 1325–1340.
  8. Barredo, J. I., Strona, G., Rigo, D., Caudullo, G., Stancanelli, G., & San‐Miguel‐Ayanz, J. 2015. "Assessing the potential distribution of insect pests: case studies on large pine weevil (Hylobius abietis L) and horse‐chestnut leaf miner (Cameraria ohridella) under present and future climate conditions in European forests" EPPO Bulletin, 45(2), 273–281.
  9. Beane, N. R., & Rentch, J. S. 2015. "Using Known Occurrences to Model Suitable Habitat for a Rare Forest Type in West Virginia Under Select Climate Change Scenarios" Ecological Restoration, 33(2), 178–189.
  10. Beatty, G. E., Barker, L., Chen, P.-P., Kelleher, C. T., & Provan, J. 2015. "Cryptic introgression into the kidney saxifrage (Saxifraga hirsuta) from its more abundant sympatric congener Saxifraga spathularis, and the potential risk of genetic assimilation" Annals of Botany, 115(2), 179–186.
  11. Bellard, C., Leclerc, C., & Courchamp, F. 2015. "Combined impacts of global changes on biodiversity across the USA" Scientific Reports, 5.
  12. BELLARD, C., LECLERC, C., HOFFMANN, B. D., & COURCHAMP, F. 2015. "Vulnerability to climate change and sea-level rise of the 35th biodiversity hotspot, the Forests of East Australia" Environmental Conservation, 1–11.
  13. Beltramino, A. A., Vogler, R. E., Gregoric, D. E. G., & Rumi, A. 2015. "Impact of climate change on the distribution of a giant land snail from South America: predicting future trends for setting conservation priorities on native malacofauna" Climatic Change, 131(4), 621–633.
  14. Benito-Garzón, M., & Fernández-Manjarrés, J. F. 2015. "Testing scenarios for assisted migration of forest trees in Europe" New Forests, 46(5-6), 979–994.
  15. Bitencourt, C., Rapini, A., Damascena, L. S., & Junior, P. D. M. 2016. "The worrying future of the endemic flora of a tropical mountain range under climate change" Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants, 218, 1–10.
  16. Bunn, C. 2015. "Modeling the climate change impacts on global coffee production" Am 27.10.2015, (urn:nbn:de:kobv:11-100233440
  17. Carrillo-Angeles, I. G., Suzán-Azpiri, H., Mandujano, M. C., Golubov, J., & Martínez-Ávalos, J. G. 2016. "Niche breadth and the implications of climate change in the conservation of the genus Astrophytum (Cactaceae)" Journal of Arid Environments,
  18. Ceccarelli, S., & Rabinovich, J. E. 2015. "Global Climate Change Effects on Venezuela’s Vulnerability to Chagas Disease is Linked to the Geographic Distribution of Five Triatomine Species" Journal of Medical Entomology, 52(6), 1333–1343.
  19. Colfer, C. J. P., Catacutan, D., & Naz, F. 2015. "Introduction: contributions and gaps in gender and agroforestry" International Forestry Review, 17(Supplement 4).
  20. Crespo-Pérez, V., Régnière, J., Chuine, I., Rebaudo, F., & Dangles, O. 2015. "Changes in the distribution of multispecies pest assemblages affect levels of crop damage in warming tropical Andes" Global Change Biology, 21(1), 82–96
  21. Cuevas‐Yáñez, K., Rivas, M., Muñoz, J., & Córdoba‐Aguilar, A. 2015. "Conservation status assessment of Paraphlebia damselflies in Mexico" Insect Conservation and Diversity, 8(6), 517–524.
  22. Cuyckens, G. A. E., Morales, M. M., & Tognelli, M. F. 2015. "Assessing the distribution of a Vulnerable felid species: threats from human land use and climate change to the kodkod Leopardus guigna" Oryx, 49(04), 611–618.
  23. Del Rosario Avalos, V., & Hernández, J. 2015a. "Global Ecology and Conservation."
  24. Del Rosario Avalos, V., & Hernández, J. 2015b. "Projected distribution shifts and protected area coverage of range-restricted Andean birds under climate change" Global Ecology and Conservation, 4, 459–469.
  25. Distler, T., Schuetz, J. G., Velásquez‐Tibatá, J., & Langham, G. M. 2015. "Stacked species distribution models and macroecological models provide congruent projections of avian species richness under climate change" Journal of Biogeography, 42(5), 976–988.
  26. Dixon, J. L., & Stringer, L. C. 2015. "Towards a theoretical grounding of climate resilience assessments for smallholder farming systems in Sub-Saharan Africa" Resources, 4(1), 128–154.
  27. Duku, C., Sparks, A. H., & Zwart, S. J. 2015. "Spatial modelling of rice yield losses in Tanzania due to bacterial leaf blight and leaf blast in a changing climate" Climatic Change, 1–15.
  28. Dunn, M. R. 2015. "User and provider perspectives on the supply and demand of future climate change information for adaptation decision making: a case study of the wine grape sector in Austra."
  29. Eitzinger, A., Läderach, P., Rodriguez, B., Fisher, M., Beebe, S., Sonder, K., & Schmidt, A. 2016. "Assessing high-impact spots of climate change: spatial yield simulations with Decision Support System for Agrotechnology Transfer (DSSAT) model" Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 1–18.
  30. El-Gabbas, A., El Din, S. B., Zalat, S., & Gilbert, F. 2016. "Conserving Egypt’s reptiles under climate change" Journal of Arid Environments, 127, 211–221.
  31. Emshwiller, E., Calberto‐Sánchez, G., Girma, G., Jansky, S., Sardos, J., Staver, C., … Roux, N. 2015. "Unavailability of Wild Relatives" Crop Wild Relatives and Climate Change, 224–249.
  32. Fand, B. B., Sul, N. T., Bal, S. K., & Minhas, P. S. 2015. "Temperature Impacts the Development and Survival of Common Cutworm (Spodoptera litura): Simulation and Visualization of Potential Population Growth in India under Warmer Temperatures through Life Cycle Modelling and Spatial Mapping" PloS One, 10(4), e0124682.
  33. Feng, X., Lin, C., Qiao, H., & Ji, L. 2015. "Assessment of climatically suitable area for Syrmaticus reevesii under climate change" Endangered Species Research, 28(1), 19.
  34. Filz, K. J., & Schmitt, T. 2015. "Niche overlap and host specificity in parasitic Maculinea butterflies (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) as a measure for potential extinction risks under climate change" Organisms Diversity & Evolution, 15(3), 555–565.
  35. Fitzpatrick, M. C., & Keller, S. R. 2015. "Ecological genomics meets community-level modelling of biodiversity: mapping the genomic landscape of current and future environmental adaptation" Ecology Letters, 18(1), 1–16
  36. Fitzpatrick, M., & Keller, S. 2015. "Ecological genomics meets community‐level modelling of biodiversity: mapping the genomic landscape of current and future environmental adaptation" Ecology Letters.
  37. Galluzzi, G., Dufour, D., Thomas, E., van Zonneveld, M., Salamanca, A. F. E., Toro, A. G., … Gallego, G. 2015. "An Integrated Hypothesis on the Domestication of Bactris gasipaes" PloS One, 10(12), e0144644.
  38. Gang, C., Wang, Z., Zhou, W., Chen, Y., Li, J., Cheng, J., … Chen, C. 2015. "Projecting the dynamics of terrestrial net primary productivity in response to future climate change under the RCP2" 6 scenario
  39. Garavito, N. T., Newton, A. C., Golicher, D., & Oldfield, S. 2015. "The Relative Impact of Climate Change on the Extinction Risk of Tree Species in the Montane Tropical Andes" PloS One, 10(7), e0131388.
  40. Geismar, J., Haase, P., & Nowak, C. 2015. "Local population genetic structure of the montane caddisfly Drusus discolor is driven by overland dispersal and spatial scaling" Freshwater …, 60(1), 209–221
  41. Giannini, T. C., Tambosi, L. R., Acosta, A. L., Jaffé, R., Saraiva, A. M., Imperatriz-Fonseca, V. L., & Metzger, J. P. 2015. "Safeguarding ecosystem services: a methodological framework to buffer the joint effect of habitat configuration and climate change" PloS One, 10(6), e0129225.
  42. Goberville, E., Beaugrand, G., Hautekèete, N., Piquot, Y., & Luczak, C. 2015. "Uncertainties in the projection of species distributions related to general circulation models" Ecology and Evolution, 5(5), 1100–1116.
  43. Grieve, B. 2015. "Potential Range Expansion of the Invasive Lionfish in the Western Atlantic Ocean."
  44. Gumucio, T., & Tafur Rueda, M. 2015. "Influencing Gender-Inclusive Climate Change Policies in Latin America" Journal of Gender, Agriculture and Food Security, 1(2), 41–60.
  45. Haché, S., Cameron, R., Villard, M.-A., Bayne, E. M., & MacLean, D. A. 2016. "Demographic response of a neotropical migrant songbird to forest management and climate change scenarios" Forest Ecology and Management, 359, 309–320.
  46. Hall, A., Mathews, A. J., & Holzapfel, B. P. 2016. "Potential effect of atmospheric warming on grapevine phenology and post-harvest heat accumulation across a range of climates" International Journal of Biometeorology, 1–18.
  47. Halmy, M. W., Gessler, P. E., & Heneidy, S. Z. 2015. "Implications of human induced changes on the distribution of important plant species in the northwestern coastal desert of Egypt" Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development, 1(2), 243–263.
  48. Holmes, I., McLaren, K., & Wilson, B. 2015. "Niche modeling for management-ready information in little-studied, threatened frog species assemblages" Journal for Nature Conservation, 28, 26–34.
  49. Homer, C. G., Xian, G., Aldridge, C. L., Meyer, D. K., Loveland, T. R., & O’Donnell, M. S. 2015. "Forecasting sagebrush ecosystem components and greater sage-grouse habitat for 2050: Learning from past climate patterns and Landsat imagery to predict the future" Ecological Indicators, 55, 131–145.
  50. Islam, Z., & Gan, T. Y. 2015. "Potential combined hydrologic impacts of climate change and El Niño Southern Oscillation to South Saskatchewan River Basin" Journal of Hydrology, 523, 34–48.
  51. Jones, M. R., Singels, A., & Ruane, A. C. 2015. "Simulated impacts of climate change on water use and yield of irrigated sugarcane in South Africa" Agricultural Systems, 139, 260–270.
  52. Jones, P. G., & Thornton, P. K. 2015. "Representative soil profiles for the Harmonized World Soil Database at different spatial resolutions for agricultural modelling applications" Agricultural Systems, 139, 93–99.
  53. Jun-Cheng, L., Hai-gen, X., Jun, W., & Qing-wei, G. 2015. "IPCC AR5-Based analysis of variation of potential suitable habitats for Evergreen Broadleaf forest in China" Journal of Ecology and Rural Environment, 31(1), 69–76.
  54. Kaloveloni, A., Tscheulin, T., Vujić, A., Radenković, S., & Petanidou, T. 2015. "Winners and losers of climate change for the genus Merodon (Diptera: Syrphidae) across the Balkan Peninsula" Ecological Modelling, 313, 201–211.
  55. Kaspari, M., Clay, N. A., Lucas, J., Yanoviak, S. P., & Kay, A. 2015. "Thermal adaptation generates a diversity of thermal limits in a rainforest ant community" Global Change Biology, 21(3), 1092–1102.
  56. Koch, L. K., Cunze, S., Werblow, A., Kochmann, J., Dörge, D. D., Mehlhorn, H., & Klimpel, S. 2015. "Modeling the habitat suitability for the arbovirus vector Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in Germany" Parasitology Research, 1–8.
  57. Koncki, N. G., & Aronson, M. F. J. 2015. "Invasion Risk in a Warmer World: Modeling Range Expansion and Habitat Preferences of Three Nonnative Aquatic Invasive Plants" Invasive Plant Science and Management, 8(4), 436–449.
  58. Krause, C. M., Cobb, N. S., & Pennington, D. D. 2015. "Range Shifts Under Future Scenarios of Climate Change: Dispersal Ability Matters for Colorado Plateau Endemic Plants" Natural Areas Journal, 35(3), 428–438.
  59. Leach, K., Kelly, R., Cameron, A., Montgomery, W. I., & Reid, N. 2015. "Expertly Validated Models and Phylogenetically-Controlled Analysis Suggests Responses to Climate Change Are Related to Species Traits in the Order Lagomorpha" PloS One, 10(4), e0122267.
  60. Leemans, R. 2016. "The lessons learned from shifting from global-change research programmes to transdisciplinary sustainability science" Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 19, 103–110.
  61. Lemoine, N. P. 2015. "Climate change may alter breeding ground distributions of eastern migratory monarchs (Danaus plexippus) via range expansion of Asclepias host plants" PloS One, 10(2), e0118614.
  62. Li, F., de Figueroa, J. M. T., Lek, S., & Park, Y.-S. 2015. "Continental drift and climate change drive instability in insect assemblages" Scientific Reports, 5.
  63. Mancosu, E., Gago-Silva, A., Barbosa, A., De Bono, A., Ivanov, E., Lehmann, A., & Fons, J. 2015. "Future land-use change scenarios for the Black Sea catchment" Environmental Science & Policy, 46, 26–36.
  64. Mantyka-Pringle, C. S., Visconti, P., Di Marco, M., Martin, T. G., Rondinini, C., & Rhodes, J. R. 2015. "Climate change modifies risk of global biodiversity loss due to land-cover change" Biological Conservation, 187, 103–111.
  65. Martins, A. C., Silva, D. P., De Marco Jr, P., & Melo, G. A. R. 2015. "Species conservation under future climate change: the case of Bombus bellicosus, a potentially threatened South American bumblebee species" Journal of Insect Conservation, 19(1), 33–43.
  66. Mehar, M., Mittal, S., & Prasad, N. 2016. "Farmers coping strategies for climate shock: Is it differentiated by gender?" Journal of Rural Studies, 44, 123–131.
  67. Mereu, S., Sušnik, J., Trabucco, A., Daccache, A., Vamvakeridou-Lyroudia, L., Renoldi, S., … Assimacopoulos, D. 2016. "Operational resilience of reservoirs to climate change, agricultural demand, and tourism: A case study from Sardinia" Science of the Total Environment, 543, 1028–1038.
  68. Merrey, D., McLeod, R., & Szonyi, J. 2015. "External Evaluation of the CGIAR Research Program on Dryland Systems Volume 1: Main Report."
  69. Mestre, F., Pita, R., Paupério, J., & Martins, F. 2015. "Combining distribution modelling and non-invasive genetics to improve range shift forecasting" Ecological Modelling, 297, 171–179
  70. Mulligan, M. 2015a. "Climate change and food-water supply from Africa’s drylands: local impacts and teleconnections through global commodity flows" International Journal of Water Resources Development, 31(3), 450–460.
  71. Mulligan, M. 2015b. "Tropical agriculturalisation: scenarios, their environmental impacts and the role of climate change in determining water-for-food, locally and along supply chains" Food Security, 7(6), 1133–1152.
  72. Naczk, A. M., & Kolanowska, M. 2015. "Glacial Refugia and Future Habitat Coverage of Selected Dactylorhiza Representatives (Orchidaceae)" PloS One, 10(11), e0143478.
  73. Nori, J., Moreno Azócar, D. L., Cruz, F. B., Bonino, M. F., & Leynaud, G. C. 2015. "Translating niche features: Modelling differential exposure of Argentine reptiles to global climate change" Austral Ecology.
  74. Ovalle-Rivera, O., Läderach, P., Bunn, C., Obersteiner, M., & Schroth, G. 2015. "Projected shifts in Coffea arabica suitability among major global producing regions due to climate change" PloS One, 10(4), e0124155.
  75. Padonou, E. A., Teka, O., Bachmann, Y., Schmidt, M., Lykke, A. M., & Sinsin, B. 2015. "Using species distribution models to select species resistant to climate change for ecological restoration of bowé in West Africa" African Journal of Ecology, 53(1), 83–92.
  76. Perea, S., & Doadrio, I. 2015. "Phylogeography, historical demography and habitat suitability modelling of freshwater fishes inhabiting seasonally fluctuating Mediterranean river systems: a case study using the Iberian cyprinid Squalius valentinus" Molecular Ecology, 24(14), 3706–3722.
  77. Perktaş, U., Gür, H., Sağlam, İ. K., & Quintero, E. 2015. "Climate-driven range shifts and demographic events over the history of Kruper’s Nuthatch Sitta krueperi" Bird Study, 62(1), 14–28.
  78. Petitpierre, B., MacDougall, K., Seipel, T., Broennimann, O., Guisan, A., & Kueffer, C. 2015. "Will climate change increase the risk of plant invasions into mountains? " Ecological Applications.
  79. Pinheiro, F., Cardoso-Gustavson, P., Suzuki, R. M., Abrão, M. C. R., Guimarães, L. R. S., Draper, D., & Moraes, A. P. 2015. "Strong postzygotic isolation prevents introgression between two hybridizing Neotropical orchids, Epidendrum denticulatum and E" fulgens
  80. Plank, L., Zak, D., Getzner, M., Follak, S., Essl, F., Dullinger, S., … Gattringer, A. 2016. "Benefits and costs of controlling three allergenic alien species under climate change and dispersal scenarios in Central Europe" Environmental Science & Policy, 56, 9–21.
  81. Platts, P. J., Omeny, P. A., & Marchant, R. 2015. "AFRICLIM: high‐resolution climate projections for ecological applications in Africa" African Journal of Ecology, 53(1), 103–108.
  82. Pletterbauer, F., Graf, W., & Schmutz, S. 2016. "Effect of biotic dependencies in species distribution models: The future distribution of Thymallus thymallus under consideration of Allogamus auricollis" Ecological Modelling, 327, 95–104.
  83. Pletterbauer, F., Melcher, A., Ferreira, T., & Schmutz, S. 2015. "Impact of climate change on the structure of fish assemblages in European rivers" Hydrobiologia, 744(1), 235–254
  84. Priti, H., Aravind, N. A., Shaanker, R. U., & Ravikanth, G. 2016. "Modeling impacts of future climate on the distribution of Myristicaceae species in the Western Ghats, India" Ecological Engineering, 89, 14–23.
  85. Quiroga, S., Suárez, C., & Solís, J. D. 2015. "Exploring coffee farmers’ awareness about climate change and water needs: Smallholders’ perceptions of adaptive capacity" Environmental Science & Policy, 45, 53–66.
  86. Ray, D., Peace, A., Moore, R., Petr, M., Grieve, Y., Convery, C., & Ziesche, T. 2016. "Improved prediction of the climate-driven outbreaks of Dendrolimus pini in Pinus sylvestris forests" Forestry, cpw007.
  87. Regos, A., D’Amen, M., Herrando, S., Guisan, A., & Brotons, L. 2015. "Fire management, climate change and their interacting effects on birds in complex Mediterranean landscapes: dynamic distribution modelling of an early-successional species—the near-threatened Dartford Warbler (Sylvia undata"
  88. Regos, A., D’Amen, M., Titeux, N., Herrando, S., Guisan, A., & Brotons, L. 2016. "Predicting the future effectiveness of protected areas for bird conservation in Mediterranean ecosystems under climate change and novel fire regime scenarios" Diversity and Distributions, 22(1), 83–96.
  89. Ren, Z., Wang, D., Ma, A., Hwang, J., Bennett, A., Sturrock, H. J. W., … Feng, X. 2016. "Predicting malaria vector distribution under climate change scenarios in China: Challenges for malaria elimination" Scientific Reports, 6.
  90. Riordan, E. C., Gillespie, T. W., Pitcher, L., Pincetl, S. S., Jenerette, G. D., & Pataki, D. E. 2015. "Threats of future climate change and land use to vulnerable tree species native to Southern California" Environmental Conservation, 42(02), 127–138.
  91. Rocha, J., Hughes, S. J., Almeida, P., Garcia-Cabral, I., Amich, F., & Crespí, A. L. 2015. "Contemporary and future distribution patterns of fluvial vegetation under different climate change scenarios and implications for integrated water resource management" Ecological Research, 30(6), 989–1003.
  92. Roques, L., Rossi, J., & Berestycki, H. 2015. "Modeling the spatio-temporal dynamics of the pine processionary moth" Processionary Moths and Climate Change, 227–263
  93. Ryan, S. J., McNally, A., Johnson, L. R., Mordecai, E. A., Ben-Horin, T., Paaijmans, K., & Lafferty, K. D. 2015. "Mapping physiological suitability limits for malaria in Africa under climate change" Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases.
  94. Schroth, G., Läderach, P., Cuero, D. S. B., Neilson, J., & Bunn, C. 2015. "Winner or loser of climate change? A modeling study of current and future climatic suitability of Arabica coffee in Indonesia" Regional Environmental Change, 15(7), 1473–1482.
  95. Sesink Clee, P. R., Abwe, E. E., Ambahe, R. D., Anthony, N. M., Fotso, R., Locatelli, S., … Gonder, M. K. 2015. "Chimpanzee population structure in Cameroon and Nigeria is associated with habitat variation that may be lost under climate change" BMC Evolutionary Biology, 15(1), 2.
  96. Sharma, R., Sonder, K., & Sika, G. 2015. "Potential Impact of Climate Change Trends on Wheat Production and Mitigation Strategies in Afghanistan" Journal of Agricultural Science, 7(4), 40.
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2011
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