Ecoclimate Lab

Datasets

Swann and Koven 2017

Data available from the UW library archive in support of Swann and Koven 2017.

Data description: This datafile contains estimates of water budget terms for the Amazon basin upstream of Óbidos.

Please cite: Swann, A.L.S., Koven, C.D. (2017) A Direct Estimate of the Seasonal Cycle of Evapotranspiration over the Amazon Basin. Journal of Hydrometeorology. 18(8):2173-2185. doi:10.1175/JHM-D-17-0004.1.

 

Model simulations

Kim et al. 2020

Data available from the UW library archive in support of Kim et al. 2020 [Journal website][EarthArXiv].

Data description: Climate model output from the Community Earth System Model for experiments looking at the influence of land surface properties in the Arctic on climate.

Please cite: Kim, J.E., M.M. Laguë, S. Pennypacker, E. Dawson, A.L.S. Swann, Evaporative Resistance is of Equal Importance as Surface Albedo in High Latitude Surface Temperatures Due to Cloud Feedbacks. Geophysical Research Letters, 47. e2019GL085663, doi:10.1029/2019GL085663

Laguë et al. 2019

Data available from the UW library archive in support of Laguë et al. 2019 [Journal websiteEarthArXiv].

Data description: Climate model output from the Community Earth System Model for experiments looking at the influence of land surface properties on the atmosphere.

Please cite: Laguë, M.M., Bonan, G.B., Swann, A.L.S. (2019), The impact of individual land surface properties on terrestrial climate and atmospheric feedbacks. Journal of Climate, 32(18):5725–5744. doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0812.1

Kovenock and Swann 2018

Data available from the UW library archive in support of Kovenock and Swann 2018 [journal website($), EarthArXive]

Data description: Climate model output from the Community Earth System Model for experiments looking at leaf trait acclimation to elevated carbon dioxide.

Please cite: Kovenock, M., Swann A.L.S. (2018), Leaf trait acclimation amplifies simulated climate warming in response to elevated carbon dioxide. Global Biogeochemical Cycles doi:10.1029/2018GB005883

Swann et al. 2018

Data available from the UW library archive in support of Swann et al. 2018.

Data description: Excel file containing data from 13 forest loss model simulation experiments showing the impact of forest loss on productivity, temperature, precipitation, and low cloud cover averaged over the NEON ecoclimatic domains.

Please cite: Swann, A.L.S., Laguë, M.M., Garcia, E.S., Breshears, D.D., Field, J.P., Moore, D.J.P., Saleska, S.R., Stark, S.C., Villegas, J.C., Law, D.J., and Minor, D.M. (2018) Continental-scale Consequences of Tree die-offs in North America: Identifying Where Forest Loss Matters Most. Environmental Research Letters. 13(5):055014. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aaba0f

Garcia et al. 2016

Data available from the UW library archive in support of Garcia et al. 2016.

Data description: Model simulations of forest loss in Western North America, the Amazon basin, and the two in combination as well as a control run.

Please citeGarcia E.S.A.L.S. Swann, J.C. Villegas, D.D. Breshears, D.J. Law, S.R. Saleska, S.C. Stark. (2016) Ecoclimate teleconnections from forest loss in disparate regions: Identifying differential responses, mechanisms, and synergies in affected areas. PLOS ONE. 11(11):1-12. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0165042.

 

Swann et al. 2015

Data available from the UW library archive in support of Swann et al. 2015 [PDF author format] [AgForMet website].

Data description: Model simulation output of land surface variables and fluxes following modeled deforestation in the Amazon using the EDBRAMS coupled regional model.

Please cite: Swann, A.L.S., Longo, M.L., Knox, R.G., Lee, E., Moorcroft, P.R. (2015), Future deforestation in the Amazon and consequences for South American climate. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 214-215:12–24. doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2015.07.006 [PDF author format] [AgForMet website]