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Sensitivity Analysis of the Effect of Changes in Mean and Variability of Climate on Crop Production and Regional Economics in the Southeastern U.S.
Grant Number R824997
RFA: Global Climate (1996)
Journal Article (8)
Meeting (2)
Paper (1)
Presentation (22)
Proceedings (3)
Report (2)
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Journal Article Adams RM, McCarl BA, Mearns LO. The effects of spatial scale of climate scenarios on economic assessments: an example from U.S. agriculture. Climatic Change 2003;60(1-2):131-148. R824997 (Final)
Journal Article Carbone GJ, Mearns LO, Mavromatis T, Sadler EJ, Stooksbury D. Evaluating CROPGRO-soybean performance for use in climate impact studies. Agronomy Journal 2003;95(3):537-544. R824997 (Final)
Journal Article Doherty RM, Mearns LO, Reddy KR, Downton MW, McDaniel L. Spatial scale effects of climate scenarios on simulated cotton production in the Southeastern U.S.A. Climatic Change 2003;60(1-2):99-129. R824997 (Final)
Journal Article Easterling WE, Chhetri N, Niu X. Improving the realism of modeling agronomic adaptation to climate change: simulating technological substitution. Climatic Change 2003;60(1-2):149-173. R824997 (Final)
Journal Article Katz RW, Parlange MB, Tebaldi C. Stochastic modeling of the effects of large-scale circulation on daily weather in the Southeastern U.S. Climatic Change 2003;60(1-2):189-216. R824997 (Final)
Journal Article Mearns LO, Giorgi F, McDaniel L, Shields C. Climate scenarios for the Southeastern U.S. based on GCM and regional model simulations. Climatic Change 2003;60(1-2):7-35. R824997 (Final)
Journal Article Mearns LO, Carbone G, Doherty RM, Tsvetsinskaya E, McCarl BA, Adams RM, McDaniel L. The uncertainty due to spatial scale of climate scenarios in integrated assessments: an example from U.S. agriculture. Integrated Assessment 2004;4(4):225-235. R824997 (Final)
Journal Article Tsvetsinskaya EA, Mearns LO, Mavromatis T, Gao W, McDaniel L, Downton MW. The effect of spatial scale of climatic change scenarios on simulated maize, winter wheat, and rice production in the Southeastern United States. Climatic Change 2003;60(1-2):37-72. R824997 (Final)
Meeting Mearns LO. Organized special session at the Agronomy Society of America Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, November 2000. R824997 (2000)
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Meeting Mearns LO, Carbone G, Gao W, McDaniel L, Tsvetsinskaya E, McCarl B, Adams R. The issue of spatial scale in integrated assessments: an example of agriculture in the southeastern U.S. In: Preprints of the 80th AMS Annual Meeting, 11th Symposium on Global Change Studies, Long Beach, CA, January 9-14, 2000. Boston: American Meteorological Society. R824997 (1999)
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Paper Mearns LO, Carbone G, McDaniel L, Tsvetsinskaya E, Gao W, McCarl B, Adams R. The importance of spatial scale of climate scenarios for regional climate change impacts analysis: implications for regional climate modeling activities. In: Preprints of the Tenth PSU/NCAR Mesoscale User?s Workshop, Boulder, CO, June 21-22, 2000, Mesoscale and Microscale Division, National Center for Atmospheric Research:Boulder, 2000, pp. 127-130. R824997 (Final)
Presentation Carbone G. Potential impacts of climate variability and change on Southeastern U.S. crop yield. Presented at the University of Georgia, October 1, 2001 (invited). R824997 (Final)
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Presentation Carbone G, Mearns L, Sadler EJ, Mavromatis T. Assessing model response to interannual variability. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Agronomy Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, November 8, 2000. R824997 (2000)
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Presentation Carbone G, Locke C, Tsvetsinskaya E, Mearns L, McDaniel L. Responses of CERES and CROPGRO models to coarse and fine spatial resolution climate change scenarios in the southeastern United States. Presented at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, PA, April 6, 2000. R824997 (2000)
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Presentation Doherty R, Mearns LO, Reddy R. Impacts of climate change scenarios of different spatial resolutions on cotton production in the Southeast U.S. Presented at the American Geophysical Union Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2001. R824997 (Final)
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Presentation Easterling WE. Relaxing the assumption of clairvoyance in the simulation of agricultural adaptation in climate change in the southeastern U.S. Presented at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, PA, April 6, 2000. R824997 (2000)
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Presentation Gao W, Mearns LO, Tsvetsinskaya E, McDaniel LR, Jin Z, Mavromatis T. The performance of CERES-rice and CERES-wheat crop models in the southeastern U.S. and the Yangtze Delta of China. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Agronomy Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, November 8, 2000. R824997 (Final)
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Presentation Gao W, Mearns LO, McDaniel L. Performance of COTTAM and CERES-rice crop models in the southeastern USA: yield response to different climate change scenarios. Presented at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, PA, April 6, 2000. R824997 (2000)
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Presentation Mearns LO. The issue of spatial scale in integrated assessments: an example of agriculture in the southeastern U.S. Presented at the 80th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society, Long Beach, CA, January 2000. R824997 (Final)
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Presentation Mearns LO. The uncertainty of spatial scale in impacts assessments. Presented at the Workshop on Methods and Techniques for Constructing Regional Climate Scenarios, Quebec City, Canada, November 3, 2000. R824997 (2000)
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Presentation Mearns LO. The issue of spatial scale in integrated assessments: an example from agriculture in the southeastern U.S. Presented at the Meeting of the Agronomy Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, November 5-9, 2000. R824997 (Final)
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Presentation Mearns LO. The issue of spatial scale of climate scenarios in regional climate change impacts analysis: examples from agriculture. Presented at the ECLAT-2 Workshop on Applying Climate Scenarios for Regional Studies, with Particular Reference to the Mediterranean, Toulouse, France, October 25-27, 2000. R824997 (Final)
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Presentation Mearns LO. The uncertainty of spatial scale of scenarios in climate impacts assessments. Presented at the NSF, DOE Workshop on Regional Climate Research, Boulder, CO, April 2, 2001. R824997 (Final)
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Presentation Mearns LO. The issue of spatial scale of climate scenarios in integrated assessments: an example of agriculture in the Southeastern U.S. Presented at the EMF Workshop on Climate Change Impacts and Integrated Assessments, Snowmass, CO, August 3, 2001. R824997 (Final)
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Presentation Mearns LO. The effect of agricultural adaptation on the spatial scale effect of climate scenario resolution in integrated assessments. Presented at the EMF Workshop on Climate Change Impacts and Integrated Assessments, Snowmass, CO, July 30, 2001. R824997 (Final)
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Presentation Mearns LO, et al. Climate variability and simulated crop yields in the southeastern U.S. Presented to the Agronomy Society of America, Baltimore, MD, October 22, 1998. R824997 (1999)
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Presentation Mearns LO. Input uncertainties related to spatial scale in crop model applications. Presented at the Conference on Linking Climate Prediction Output with Crop Model Requirements, International Research Institute for Climate Prediction (IRI) and The Global Change System for Analysis Research and Training (START), Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Palisades, NY, April 28, 2000. R824997 (2000)
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Presentation Mearns LO. Issues of spatial scale in agricultural integrated assessments: an overview. Presented as the keynote address at the ICTP Meeting on Agricultural Impacts and Climate Change, Cairo, Egypt, March 25-28, 2000. R824997 (2000)
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Presentation Mearns LO, Tsvetsinskaya E, Easterling W. The Comparative Response of CERES and EPIC Crop Models to Climate Change in the Southeastern U.S. Presented at the U.S. National Assessment, Agricultural Sector Workshop on Comparative Responses of Crop Models to Climate Change, Colorado State, Fort Collins, CO, August 28, 1999. R824997 (1999)
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Presentation Mearns LO. The importance of spatial scale of climate scenarios for regional climate change impacts analysis: implications for regional climate modeling activities. Presented at the Tenth MM5 User's Workshop, Boulder, CO, June 22, 2000. R824997 (2000)
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Presentation Mearns LO, et al. The issue of spatial scale in integrated assessments: Example from Agriculture in the Southeastern U.S. Presented at the Energy Modeling Forum Workshop on Climate Change Impacts and Integrated Assessments, Snowmass, CO, July 26, 1999. R824997 (1999)
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Presentation Mearns LO. The issue of spatial scale in integrated assessments: an example of agriculture in the southeastern U.S. Presented at the 96th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, PA, April 6, 2000. R824997 (2000)
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Presentation Tsvetsinskaya E, Mearns L, Carbone G, Locke C, McDaniel L, Gao W. Assessing the effect of different spatial resolutions of climate change scenarios on the changes in corn and wheat production in the southeastern United States. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Agronomy Society of America, Minneapolis, MN, November 8, 2000. R824997 (2000)
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Proceedings Mearns LO, Carbone G, McDaniel L, Tsvetsinskaya E, Gao W, McCarl B, Adams R, Eastering W. The importance of spatial scale of climate scenarios for regional climate change impacts analysis: implications for regional climate modeling activities. In: Preprints of the Tenth Penn State/NCAR MM 5 User's Workshop, June 21-23, 2000, Boulder, CO. Mesoscale and Microscale Division, National Center for Atmospheric Research: Boulder, 2000, pp. 127-130. R824997 (2000)
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Proceedings Mearns LO, Carbone G, Gao W, McDaniel L, Tsvetsinskaya E, McCarl B, Adams R. The issue of spatial scale in integrated assessments: an example of agriculture in the Southeastern U.S. In: Proceedings of the American Meteorological Society, Boston, MA, January 9-14, 2000, pp. 38-41. R824997 (Final)
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Proceedings Mearns LO. The issue of spatial scale of climate scenarios in regional climate change impacts analysis: examples from agriculture. In: Proceedings of the ECLAT-2 Toulouse Workshop, Applying Climate Scenarios for Regional Studies, with Particular Reference to the Mediterranean, Climate Research Unit, UEA, Norwich, UK, October 25-27, 2000, pp. 38-45. R824997 (2000)
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Report Mearns LO. The issue of spatial scale of climate scenarios for regional climate change impacts analysis: examples from agriculture. ECLAT-2 Toulouse Workshop Report No. 4. Toulouse, France, October 25-27, 2000. In: Planton S, Hanson C, Viner D, Hoepffner M, eds. Climatic Research Unit, UEA, Norwich, UK, April 2001, pp. 38-45. R824997 (Final)
Report Tebaldi C. Influence of large scale circulation measures on precipitation at local stations in the South East of the US. NRCSE Technical Report Series, NRCSE-TRS No. 055, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 2000, September 14, 2000. R824997 (2000)
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