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Jessica Bolson and Kenneth Broad

://www.climatescience.gov/Library/sap/sap5-3/final-report/sap5-3-final-all.pdf .] Bernard, R. H. , 1988 : Research Methods in Cultural Anthropology. Sage Publishing, 824 pp . Blake, N. M. , 1980 : Land into Water—Water into Land: A History of Water Management in Florida. University Presses of Florida, 344 pp . Bozeman, B. , 2000 : Technology transfer and public policy: A review of research and theory . Res. Policy , 29 , 627 – 655 . Broad, K. , and Agrawala S. , 2000 : The Ethiopia food crisis: Uses and limits of

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Kristin VanderMolen and Alexandra Horangic

spill. Further, since 2001, most farmers interviewed have experimented with one or more drought adaptation strategy, including transitioning from flood irrigation to sprinklers, laser-leveling fields, monitoring irrigation rates, using drought-tolerant crops, participating in land idling programs, attending informational meetings on water use and availability, and using climate and climate-related information in an effort to anticipate allocation and curtailment. b. Climate information use All

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Lisa Dilling, Kirsten Lackstrom, Benjamin Haywood, Kirstin Dow, Maria Carmen Lemos, John Berggren, and Scott Kalafatis

research results, and sharing the costs and responsibilities for monitoring efforts. Furthermore, climate concerns were frequently expressed in terms of how climate interacts with (or might interact in the future, under climate change) other stressors, processes, and conditions to produce adverse impacts (e.g., population growth, development, and land use change). Accordingly, efforts to collect and interpret data on the hydrological impacts of climate variability and change need to include additional

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Joong-Woo Lee, Jinyong Jang, Kwang-Kun Ko, and Youngsang Cho

. Contemp. Econ. Policy , 13 , 10 – 19 , doi: 10.1111/j.1465-7287.1995.tb00720.x . Alberini, A. , and Krupnick A. , 2000 : Cost-of-illness and willingness-to-pay estimates of the benefits of improved air quality: Evidence from Taiwan . Land Econ. , 76 , 37 – 53 , doi: 10.2307/3147256 . Allan, S. S. , Gaddy S. G. , and Evans J. E. , 2001 : Delay causality and reduction at the New York City Airports using terminal weather information systems. Project Rep. ATC-291, Lincoln Laboratory

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P. Zion Klos, John T. Abatzoglou, Alycia Bean, Jarod Blades, Melissa A. Clark, Megan Dodd, Troy E. Hall, Amanda Haruch, Philip E. Higuera, Joseph D. Holbrook, Vincent S. Jansen, Kerry Kemp, Amber Lankford, Timothy E. Link, Troy Magney, Arjan J. H. Meddens, Liza Mitchell, Brandon Moore, Penelope Morgan, Beth A. Newingham, Ryan J. Niemeyer, Ben Soderquist, Alexis A. Suazo, Kerri T. Vierling, Von Walden, and Chelsea Walsh

al. 2014 ). Although end user and expert engagement has been conducted at national and regional scales, there is a need for targeted engagement at finer scales to address the needs of local end users. Previous research shows that much of science is not used, or usable, by resource managers and decision-makers ( Sarewitz and Pielke 2007 ). There are a variety of reasons for this, including institutional expectations that vary between research entities and policy makers or land managers, but one of

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Mary McRae, Ross A. Lee, Scott Steinschneider, and Frank Galgano

catastrophic ( FAA 2008 ). 1) Aircraft performance impacts—fixed wing For fixed wing, high DA affects the ability of an aircraft to land and/or take off within a very short distance. This is an important impact to factor into military mission planning for operations in locations with limited resources and harsh flying conditions. Aircraft performance impacts due to increased DA fall mainly into the following categories: decreased maximum takeoff weight and increased takeoff and landing distance ( National

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Dana R. N. Brown, Todd J. Brinkman, David L. Verbyla, Caroline L. Brown, Helen S. Cold, and Teresa N. Hollingsworth

Beaver and Grayling at 92 kg (120 177 kg total community harvest). Unlike Beaver and Grayling, Tok is located along the road network. b. Remote sensing data Satellite imagery from Landsat Multispectral Scanner (MSS), Thematic Mapper (TM), Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+), and Operational Land Imager (OLI) sensors were acquired from the United States Geological Survey (USGS; USGS 2017 ). We used scenes during the shoulder seasons from each of the three study areas from 1972 to 2016. The full

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Edward R. Carr, Grant Fleming, and Tshibangu Kalala

season after they marry, women receive peanut seeds from their husbands as a form of startup capital. From that point forward, women are responsible for maintaining or increasing their stock of seeds. Instead of granting them access to land outright, men often choose to rent fields for their wives to use, allowing for season-to-season changes in field size depending on how much seed the women are able to acquire (interview 28). Men also give their wives portions of the same plot of land, which allows

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Yujie Wang, Lianchun Song, Chris Hewitt, Nicola Golding, and Zili Huang

national decisions on energy development planning and carbon dioxide emission reductions. The CLAP enables energy producers and providers, electricity network managers, and policy makers to improve renewable energy integration, profitability, electricity system management, and emissions reduction. CLAP can be used to query wind energy resource parameters in any selected region, analyze the potential exploitable energy capacity and inform economic assessments of wind power both on land and offshore

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Stefan von Gruenigen, Saskia Willemse, and Thomas Frei

information for the industry as well as for the national economy is growing in the field of aviation weather services. The use of meteorological information and the economic benefits from that use in specific industries and sectors has been a topic of several studies carried out in Europe, the United States, and Australia. Anaman and Lellyett (1996) assessed the benefits of enhanced weather information services on the cotton industry, Frei et al. (2014) assessed the economic benefits of meteorology on

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