Every other week we share the latest peer-reviewed publications coming from the College of the Environment. Over the past two weeks, nine new articles co-authored by members of the College were added to the Web of Science database. They include articles about flatfish, solar irradiance, and more. Read on!

1. Title: Drainage of Southeast Greenland Firn Aquifer Water through Crevasses to the Bed
Authors: Poinar, K; Joughin, I; Lilien, D; Brucker, L; Kehrl, L; Nowicki, S
Source: Frontiers in Earth Science, Volume 5. Published February 2017

2. Title: Identifying the impacts of critical habitat designation on land cover change
Authors: Nelson, EJ; Withey, JC; Pennington, D; Lawler, JJ
Source: Resource and Energy Economics, Volume 47, Pages 89-125. Published February 2017

3. Title: Costly stakeholder participation creates inertia in marine ecosystems
Authors: Lynham, J; Halpern, BS; Blenckner, T; Essington, T; Estes, J; Hunsicker, M; Kappel, C; Salomon, AK; Scarborough, C; Selkoe, KA; Stier, A
Source: Marine Policy, Volume 76, Pages 122-129. Published February 2017

4. Title: A copula method for simulating correlated instantaneous solar irradiance in spatial networks
Authors: Munkhammar, J; Widen, J; Hinkelman, LM
Source: Solar Energy, Volume 143, Pages 10-21. Published February 2017

5. Title: The performance and trade-offs of alternative harvest control rules to meet management goals for US west coast flatfish stocks
Authors: Wetzel, CR; Punt, A
Source: Fisheries Research, Volume 187, Pages 139-149. Published March 2017