OCCRI Researchers

Title: Professor
Name: David Conklin
Institution: Oregon State University
Department: Biological & Ecological Engr., Forest Science
Education:



Research Theme: Simulating Vegetation Shifts and Carbon Cycling in Yosemite National Park; Local atmospheric decoupling in complex topography alters climate change impacts. The impact of climate change on Californias ecosystem services.

Research Fields:

Climatology
Fire
Modeling Ecosystems

Professional Activities:

Selected Publications:

Conklin DR (2009). Simulating Vegetation Shifts and Carbon Cycling in Yosemite National Park. PhD dissertation, Oregon State University. 134 pages.

Daly C, Conklin DR, Unsworth MH (2009). Local atmospheric decoupling in complex topography alters climate change impacts. International Journal of Climatology 29, in press.

Panek J, Conklin D, Kuhn B, Bachelet D, van Wagtendonk J (2009). Projected Vegetation Changes Over the 21st Century in Yosemite National Park Under Three Climate Change and CO2 Emission Scenarios. Report to the National Park Service under task agreement #J8R07070021

Shaw R, Pendleton L, Cameron D, Morris B, Bratman G, Bachelet D, Klausmeyer K, MacKenzie J, Conklin DR, Lenihan J, Haunreiter E, Daly C (2008). The impact of climate change on California’s ecosystem services. Report to California Energy Commission and California Environmental Protection Agency.