CISA Library: Journal Articles
Ward, R., K. Lackstrom, and C. Davis. 2021. Demystifying Drought: Strategies to Enhance the Communication of a Complex Hazard. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.
Cochran, F., J. Daniel, L. Jackson, and A. Neale. 2020. Earth observation-based ecosystem services indicators for national and subnational reporting of the sustainable development goals. Remote Sensing of Environment, 244, 111796.
Eck, M.A., A.R. Murray, A.R. Ward, and C.E. Konrad. 2020. Influence of growing season temperature and precipitation anomalies on crop yield in the southeastern United States. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 291, 108053.
Hung, C.L.J., L.A. James, G.J. Carbone, and J.M. Williams. 2020. Impacts of combined land-use and climate change on streamflow in two nested catchments in the Southeastern United States. Ecological Engineering, 143, 105665.
Jurjonas, M., E. Seekamp, L. Rivers, and B. Cutts. 2020. Uncovering climate (in)justice with an adaptive capacity assessment: A multiple case study in rural coastal North Carolina. Land Use Policy, 94, 104547.
Lu, J., G.J. Carbone, X. Huang, K. Lackstrom, and P. Gao. 2020. Mapping the sensitivity of agriculture to drought and estimating the effect of irrigation in the United States, 1950–2016. Agicultural and Forest Meteorology, 292–293.
Tsai, W.-L., R.A. Silva, M.S. Nash, F.V. Cochran, S.E. Prince, D.J. Rosenbaum, … T.J. Buckley. 2020. How do natural features in the residential environment influence women’s self-reported general health? Results from cross-sectional analyses of a U.S. national cohort. Environmental Research, 183, 109176.
Tuler, S., K. Dow, and T. Webler. 2020. Assessment of adaptation, policy, and capacity building outcomes from 14 processes. Environmental Science and Policy, 114, 275–282.
Cochran, F., L. Jackson, A. Neale, J. Lovette, and L. Tran, L. 2019. A Community EcoHealth Index from EnviroAtlas Ecosystem Services Metrics. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(15), 2760.
Davis, E., C. Wang, and K. Dow. 2019. Comparing Sentinel-2 MSI and Landsat 8 OLI in soil salinity detection: a case study of agricultural lands in coastal North Carolina. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 40(16), 6134–6153.
Lu, J., G.J. Carbone, and P. Gao. 2019. Mapping the
agricultural drought based on the long-term AVHRR NDVI and North
American Regional Reanalysis (NARR) in the United Sates,
1981-2013. Applied Geography, 104, 10-20.
Lu, J., G.J. Carbone, and J.M. Grego. 2019. Uncertainty and
hotspots in 21st century projections of agricultural drought
from CMIP5 models. Scientific Reports, 9(1), 4922.
Payne, H., R. Neubauer, K. Dow, E. Davis, and I. Brown. 2019. Legal Issues When Managing Public Roads Affected by Sea Level Rise: South Carolina (June 1, 2019). Seton Hall Public Law Research Paper Forthcoming.
DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.3441440; available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3441440
Ward, A., J. Clark, J. McLeod, R. Woodul, H. Moser, and C. Konrad. 2019. Excessive Heat and Preterm Birth in North Carolina, 2011–2015. International Journal of Biometeorology (accepted).
Ward, A., J. Clark, J. McLeod, R. Woodul, H. Moser, and C. Konrad. 2019. The impact of heat exposure on reduced gestational age in pregnant women in North Carolina, 2011-2015.
International Journal of Biometeorology, 1-10.
Clark, K.E., E. Chin, M.N. Peterson, K. Lackstrom, K. Dow, M. Foster, and F. Cubbage. 2018. Evaluating Climate Change Planning for Longleaf Pine Ecosystems in the Southeast United States. Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 5: 160–168.
Deeb, R., D. Tufford, G. Scott, J.G. Moore, and K. Dow. 2018. Impact of Climate Change on Vibrio vulnificus Abundance and Exposure Risk. Estuaries and Coasts
Gao, P., G.J. Carbone, and J. Lu. 2018. Flood simulation in South Carolina watersheds using different precipitation inputs. Advances in Meteorology. Article ID 4085463
Altman, E., K. Lackstrom, and H. Mizzell. 2017. Drought and Water Shortages: South Carolina's Response Mechanisms, Vulnerabilities, and Needs. Journal of South Carolina Water Resource., 4, 1, 57-62
Available at: https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/jscwr/vol4/iss1/6
Gao, P., G.J. Carbone, J. Lu, and D. Guo. 2017. An Area-based
Approach for Estimating Extreme Precipitation Probability.
Lackstrom, K., A. Farris, D. Eckhardt, N. Doesken, H. Reges, J.
Turner, K.H. Smith, and R. Ward. 2017. CoCoRaHS Observers
Contribute to "Condition Monitoring" in the Carolinas: A New
Initiative Addresses Needs for Drought Impacts Information.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 98,
Lu, J., G.J. Carbone, and P. Gao. 2017. Detrending crop yield
data for spatial visualization of drought impacts in the United
States, 1895-2014. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology,
Buizer, J., K. Dow, M.E. Black, K.L. Jacobs, A. Waple, R.H. Moss, S. Moser, A. Luers, D.I. Gustafson, T.C. Richmond, S.L. Hays, and C.B. Field. 2016. Building a sustained climate assessment process. Climate Change 135: 23-27.
Cumbie-Ward, R.V., and R.P. Boyles. 2016. Evaluation of a
High-Resolution SPI for Monitoring Local Drought Severity.
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 55,
Lackstrom, K., G. Carbone, D. Tufford, and A. Patel. 2016. Climate and Water Resources in the Carolinas: Approaches to Applying Global Climate Change Information to Local Decisions. Journal of South Carolina Water Resources Vol 3: Iss. 1, Article 7.
Available at: http://tigerprints.clemson.edu/jscwr/vol3/iss1/7
Nolan, C.B., D.L. Tufford, and D.R. Chalcraft. 2016. Needs Assessment of Coastal Land Managers for Drought Onset Indicators in the Southeastern United States. Journal of Coastal Research
Dilling, L., K. Lackstrom, B. Haywood, K. Dow, M.C. Lemos, J.
Berggren, and S. Kalafatis. 2015. What Stakeholder Needs Tell Us
about Enabling Adaptive Capacity: The Intersection of Context
and Information Provision across Regions in the United States.
Weather, Climate, and Society 7 (1).
Fly, E.K., T.J. Hilbish, D.S. Weithy, and R.L. Rognstad. 2015. Physiology and biogeography: The response of European mussels (Mytilus spp.) to climate change.
American Malacological Bulletin 33: 136-149.
Furhmann, C., M. Sugg, C. Konrad, and A. Waller. 2015. Impact of
Extreme Heat Events on Emergency Department Visits in North
Carolina (2007-2011). Journal of Community Health,
DOI: 10.1002/joc.4500 Abstract
Kabela, E., and G. Carbone. 2015. NARCCAP Model Skill and Bias
for the Southeast United States.
American Journal of Climate Change, 4, 94-114.
Kovach, M.M., C.E. Konrad II, and C.M. Fuhrmann. 2015.
Area-level risk factors for heat-related illness in rural and
urban locations across North Carolina, USA.
Applied Geography. 60: 175-183.
Sugg, M., C. Konrad II, and C.M. Fuhrmann. 2015. Relationships between maximum temperature and heat-related illness across North Carolina, USA. International Journal of Biometeorology: 1-13.
Carbone, G. 2014. Managing climate change scenarios for societal
impact studies. Physical Geography 35 (1).
Kettle, N., K. Dow, S. Tuler, T. Webler, J. Whitehead, K. Miller. 2014. Integrating scientific and local knowledge to inform risk-based management approaches for climate adaptation. Climate Risk Management.
Lackstrom, K., N. Kettle, B. Haywood, and K. Dow. 2014.
Climate-sensitive decisions and time frames: a cross-sectoral
analysis of information pathways in the Carolinas.
Weather, Climate & Society 6: 238-252.
Petes, L.E., J.F. Howard, B.S. Helmuth, and E.K. Fly. 2014.
Science integration into US climate and ocean policy.
Nature Climate Change 4: 671-677.
Smith, K.H., M. Svoboda, M. Hayes, H. Reges, N. Doesken, K.
Lackstrom, K. Dow, and A. Brennan. 2014. Local Observers Fill in
the Details on Drought Impact Reporter Maps.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 95(11):
Webler, T., S. Tuler, K. Dow, J. Whitehead, and N. Kettle. 2014.
Design and evaluation of a local analytic-deliberative process
for climate adaptation planning.
Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and
Dow, K., B. Haywood, N. Kettle, and K. Lackstrom. 2013. The role
of ad hoc networks in supporting climate change adaptation: a
case study from the Southeastern United States.
Regional Environmental Change 13 (1).
Griffin, M., B. Montz, and J. Arrigo. 2013. Evaluating climate
change induced water stress: A case study of the Lower Cape Fear
basin, NC. Applied Geography. 40(1):115-128.
Haywood, B., A. Brennan, K. Dow, N. Kettle, and K. Lackstrom. 2013.
Negotiating a mainstreaming spectrum: climate change response
and communication in the Carolinas.
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning.
Kettle, N.P. 2012. Exposing Compounding Uncertainties in Sea
Level Rise Assessments. Journal of Coastal Research 28
Rhee, J., and G.J. Carbone. 2011. Estimating Drought Conditions
for Regions with Limited Precipitation Data.
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 50
Rhee, J., J. Im, and G.J. Carbone. 2010. Monitoring
agricultural drought for arid and humid regions using
multi-sensor remote sensing data.
Remote Sensing of Environment 114 (12):2875-2887.
Dow, K. 2009. News coverage of drought impacts and vulnerability
in the US Carolinas, 1998-2007. Natural Hazards 54
Dow, K., R. Murphy, and G.J. Carbone. 2009. Consideration of
User Needs and Spatial Accuracy in Drought Mapping.
Journal of the American Water Resources Association 45
Hwang, Y.S., and G.J. Carbone. 2009. Ensemble Forecasts of
Drought Indices Using a Conditional Residual Resampling
Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 48
Carbone, G.J., J. Rhee, H.P. Mizzell, and R. Boyles. 2008. A
regional-scale drought monitoring tool for the Carolinas.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 89
Rhee, J., G.J. Carbone, and J. Hussey. 2008. Drought Index
Mapping at Different Spatial Units.
Journal of Hydrometeorology 9:1523-1534.
Rhee, J., J. Im, G.J. Carbone, and J.R. Jensen. 2008.
Delineation of climate regions using in-situ and remotely-sensed
data for the Carolinas.
Remote Sensing of Environment 112 (6):3099-3111.
Dow, K., and G.J. Carbone. 2007. Climate Science and Decision
Making. Geography Compass 1 (3):302-324.
Dow, K., R.E. O'Connor, B. Yarnal, G.J. Carbone, and C.L.
Jocoy. 2007. Why worry? Community water system managers'
perceptions of climate vulnerability.
Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions
Rhee, J., and G.J. Carbone. 2007. A Comparison of Weekly
Monitoring Methods of the Palmer Drought Index.
Journal of Climate 20:6033-6044.
Carbone, G.J., and K. Dow. 2005. Water resource management and
drought forecasts in South Carolina. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 41(1):145-155.
O'Connor, R.E., B. Yarnal, K. Dow, C.L. Jocoy, and G.J.
Carbone. 2005. Feeling at risk matters: Water managers and the
decision to use forecasts. Risk Analysis 25