Every other week we share the latest peer-reviewed publications coming from the College of the Environment. Over the past two weeks, five new articles co-authored by members of the College were added to the Web of Science database. They include articles about Arctic sea ice, non-native species and more. Read on!

1. Title: Influence of high-latitude atmospheric circulation changes on summertime Arctic sea ice
Authors: Ding, QH; Schweiger, A; L’Heureux, M; Battisti, DS; Po-Chedley, S; Johnson, NC; Blanchard-Wrigglesworth, E; Harnos, K; Zhang, Q; Eastman, R; Steig, EJ
Source: Nature Climate Change, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 289-295. Published April 2017

2. Title: Volcanology: Vulcan rule beneath the sea
Authors: Kelley, D
Source: Nature Geoscience, Volume 10, Issue 4: Pages 251-252. Published April 2017

3. Title: Response diversity, nonnative species, and disassembly rules buffer freshwater ecosystem processes from anthropogenic change
Authors: Moore, JW; Olden, JD
Source: Global Change Biology, Volume 23, Issue 5: Pages 1871-1880. Published May 2017

4. Title: Integrating mechanistic and empirical model projections to assess climate impacts on tree species distributions in northwestern North America
Authors: Case, MJ; Lawler, JJ
Source: Global Change Biology, Volume 23, Issue 5: Pages 2005-2015. Published May 2017

5. Title: Widespread tectonic extension at the Central Indian Ridge between 8 degrees S and 18 degrees S
Authors: Pak, SJ; Moon, JW; Kim, J; Chandler, MT; Kim, HS; Son, J; Son, SK; Choi, SK; Baker, ET
Source: Gondwana Research, Volume 45, Pages 163-179. Published May 2017