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This community provides articles and information on Ecosystem Processes and Stressors. The collections within this community provide information on a regional scale, and specific to the Schoharie Watershed and New York City Water Supply. There are three collections within this community including: Atmospheric Deposition & Nutrient Cycling; Invasive Species & Pathogens; Climate change, Population Growth, Development & Water Supply

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  • Campbell, J.L.; Rustad, L.E.; Boyer, E.W.; Christopher, S.F.; Droscoll, C.T.; Fernandez, I.J.; Groffman, P.M.; Houle, D.; Kiekbusch, J.; Magill, A.H.; Mitchell, M.J.; Ollinger, S.V. (Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2009)
    This literature review summarizes the existing state-of-knowledge on how climate change affects cycles of element at the ecosystem scale. It pulls information gained from long-term observations, experimental manipulations, ...
  • Burakowski, E.A.; Wake, C.P.; Braswell, B.; Brown, D.P. (Journal of Geophysical Research, 2008)
    This article evaluates monthly and seasonal trends in mean, minimum, and maximum temperature, total snowfall, and snow-covered days from 1965 to 2005, a period that the authors say show a coherent shift to warmer conditions.
  • Lambert, J.D.; McFarland, K.P. (Vermont Institute of Natural Resources, 2004)
    This study uses two GIS modeling approaches to determine how elevated temperatures might affect Bicknell’s thrush habitat in the United States. The authors look to estimate critical warming thresholds and identify areas ...
  • Trout Unlimited (The New York State Council of Trout Unlimited, 2013)
    This report explains challenges New York faces as it tries to reshape the laws, regulations and policies that regulate drinking water and maintain healthy rivers. Several case studies in the report demonstrate these ...
  • Rodenhouse, N.L.; Christenson, L.M.; Parry, D.; Green, L.E. (Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2009)
    This literature review concentrates on the observed and potential effects of climate change on native fauna of forests in northeastern North American by focusing on mammals, birds, amphibians, and insects.