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14 publications published in 2019

A new approach to mapping landslide hazards: a probabilistic integration of empirical and physically based models in the North Cascades of Washington, USA

Strauch, R., Istanbulluoglu, E., and Riedel, J.: A new approach to mapping landslide hazards: a probabilistic integration of empirical and physically based models in the North Cascades of Washington, USA, Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 19, 2477–2495, https://doi.org/10.5194/nhess-19-2477-2019, 2019.

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Bridging the gap between science communication practice and theory: Reflecting on a decade of practitioner experience using polar outreach case studies to develop a new framework for public engagement design

Salmon, R., & Roop, H. (2019). Bridging the gap between science communication practice and theory: Reflecting on a decade of practitioner experience using polar outreach case studies to develop a new framework for public engagement design. Polar Record, 1-14. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0032247418000608

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Building a Practice-based Research Agenda for Wildfire Smoke and Health: A Report of the 2018 Washington Wildfire Smoke Stakeholder Synthesis Symposium

Errett, N.A., Roop, H.A., Pendergrast, C., Kramer, B., Doubleday, A., Tran, K.A., and Busch Isaksen, T. (2019). Building a Practice-based Research Agenda for Wildfire Smoke and Health: A Report of the 2018 Washington Wildfire Smoke Risk Communication Stakeholder Synthesis Symposium. International Journal of Environmental  Research and Public Health16(13), 2398; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16132398

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Building collaborative networks across disciplines: A review of Polar Educators International’s first five years

Roop, H.A., Wesche, G., Azinhaga, P., Trummel, B., & Xavier, J. (n.d.). Building collaborative networks across disciplines: A review of polar educators international’s first five years. Polar Record, 1-7.

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Connectivity for species on the move: supporting climate-driven range shifts

Littlefield, C.E., Krosby, M., Michalak, J., and J. Lawler. 2019. Connectivity for species on the move: supporting climate-driven range shifts. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. doi:10.1002/fee.2043

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Examining the scalar knowledge politics of risk within coastal sea level rise adaptation planning knowledge systems

Rozance, M.A., Denton, A., Matsler, A. M., Grabowski, Z. and Mayhugh, W. 2019. Examining the scalar knowledge politics of risk within coastal sea level rise adaptation planning knowledge systems. Environmental Science and Policy. vol 99, pp 105-114. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2019.05.024

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Expanding the ensemble of precipitation projections for King County

Mauger, G.S., J.S. Won, 2019. Expanding the ensemble of precipitation projections for King County. Report prepared for the King County Department of Natural Resources. Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington, Seattle.

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Extreme Coastal Water Level in Washington State: Guidelines to Support Sea Level Rise Planning

Miller, I.M., Yang, Z., VanArendonk, N., Grossman, E., Mauger, G. S., Morgan, H., 2019. Extreme Coastal Water Level in Washington State: Guidelines to Support Sea Level Rise Planning. A collaboration of Washington Sea Grant, University of Washington Climate Impacts Group, Oregon State University, University of Washington, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and U.S. Geological Survey. Prepared for the Washington Coastal Resilience Project.

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Identifying riparian climate corridors to inform climate adaptation planning.

Krosby M., Theobald, D.M., Norheim, R., and B.H. McRae. 2018. Identifying riparian climate corridors to inform climate adaptation planning. PLOS ONE. 13(11): e0205156.

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Managing Western Washington Wildfire Risk in a Changing Climate

Morgan, H.A., Bagley, A., McGill, L., Raymond, C.L. 2019. Managing Washington Wildfire Risk in a Changing Climate. Workshop summary report prepared by the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center and the Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington, Seattle.

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Modelling multilocus selection in an individual‐based, spatially‐explicit landscape genetics framework

Landguth, E. L., B. R. Forester, A. J. Eckert, A. J. Shirk, M. Menon, A. Whipple, C. C. Day, and S. A. Cushman. 2019. Modelling multilocus selection in an individual‐based, spatially‐explicit landscape genetics framework. Molecular Ecology Resources 20(2):605-615. doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.13121

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New Projections of Changing Heavy Precipitation for Thurston County

Mauger, G.S., J.S. Won, 2019. New Projections of Changing Heavy Precipitation for Thurston County. Report prepared for the Thurston County Department of Public Works. Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington, Seattle.

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No Time to Waste: The IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 ºC and Implications for Washington State

Snover, A.K., C.L. Raymond, H.A. Roop, H. Morgan, 2019. No Time to Waste. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C and Implications for Washington State. Briefing paper prepared by the Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington, Seattle. Updated 02/2019.

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Washington State Wildfire Smoke Risk Communication Stakeholder Synthesis Symposium: A synthesis of the World Cafe Discussions

Pendergrast, C., Errett, N.A., Roop, H.A., Doubleday, A., Kramer, B., Anh Tran, K., and Busch Isaksen, T., University of Washington Wildfire Smoke Risk Communication Stakeholder Synthesis Symposium World Café Discussion Summary Report. 2019. A report prepared by the University of Washington Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences and the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group, Seattle, WA.

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