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Publications

2011

Loarie, Scott R., David B. Lobell, Gregory P. Asner, Qiaozhen Mu, and Christopher B. Field. 2011. “Direct Impacts on Local Climate of Sugar-Cane Expansion in Brazil.” NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE 1 (2). NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP: 105–9.

Rowhani, Pedram, David B. Lobell, Marc Linderman, and Navin Ramankutty. 2011. “Climate Variability and Crop Production in Tanzania.” AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY 151 (4). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV: 449–60.

Lobell, David B., Marianne Baenziger, Cosmos Magorokosho, and Bindiganavile Vivek. 2011. “Nonlinear Heat Effects on African Maize as Evidenced by Historical Yield Trials.” NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE 1 (1). NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP: 42–45.

Georgescu, Matei, David B. Lobell, and Christopher B. Field. 2011. “Direct Climate Effects of Perennial Bioenergy Crops in the United States.” PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 108 (11). NATL ACAD SCIENCES: 4307–12.

Seifert, Christopher, J. Ivan Ortiz-Monasterio, and David B. Lobell. 2011. “Satellite-Based Detection of Salinity and Sodicity Impacts on Wheat Production in the Mexicali Valley.” SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL 75 (2). SOIL SCI SOC AMER: 699–707.

Loarie, Scott R., David B. Lobell, Gregory P. Asner, and Christopher B. Field. 2011. “Land-Cover and Surface Water Change Drive Large Albedo Increases in South America.” EARTH INTERACTIONS 15. AMER METEOROLOGICAL SOC.

Ahmed, Syud Amer, Noah S. Diffenbaugh, Thomas W. Hertel, David B. Lobell, Navin Ramankutty, et al. 2011. “Climate Volatility and Poverty Vulnerability in Tanzania.” GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE-HUMAN AND POLICY DIMENSIONS 21 (1). ELSEVIER SCI LTD: 46–55.

McGrath, J. M., and D. B. Lobell. 2011. “An Independent Method for Deriving the Carbon Fertilization Effect Using Historical Yield Data from Wet and Dry Years.” Global Change Biology.

Ortiz-Manesterio, I., D. B. Lobell, and P. A. Matson. 2011. Agriculture Research and Management at the Field Scale. Edited by P. A. Matson. Seeds of Sustainability: Lessons from the Birthplace of the Green Revolution in Agriculture. Island Press.

2010

Lobell, David B., and Marshall B. Burke. 2010. “On the Use of Statistical Models to Predict Crop Yield Responses to Climate Change.” AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY 150 (11). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV: 1443–52.

Hertel, Thomas W., Marshall B. Burke, and David B. Lobell. 2010. “The Poverty Implications of Climate-Induced Crop Yield Changes by 2030.” GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE-HUMAN AND POLICY DIMENSIONS 20 (4). ELSEVIER SCI LTD: 577–85.

Lobell, David B., J. Ivan Ortiz-Monasterio, and Anna S. Lee. 2010. “Satellite Evidence for Yield Growth Opportunities in Northwest India.” FIELD CROPS RESEARCH 118 (1). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV: 13–20.

Burney, Jennifer A., Steven J. Davis, and David B. Lobell. 2010. “Greenhouse Gas Mitigation by Agricultural Intensification.” PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 107 (26). NATL ACAD SCIENCES: 12052–57.

Fedoroff, N. V., D. S. Battisti, R. N. Beachy, P. JM Cooper, D. A. FISCHHOFF, et al. 2010. “Radically Rethinking Agriculture for the 21st Century.” SCIENCE 327 (5967). AMER ASSOC ADVANCEMENT SCIENCE: 833–34.

Ahrens, T. D., D. B. Lobell, J. I. Ortiz-Monasterio, Y. Li, and P. A. Matson. 2010. “Narrowing the Agronomic Yield Gap with Improved Nitrogen Use Efficiency: a Modeling Approach.” ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS 20 (1). ECOLOGICAL SOC AMER: 91–100.

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