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Marysa M. LaguŽ
Marysa M. LaguŽ
James S. McDonnell Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in Dynamic and Multiscale Systems
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Continental-scale consequences of tree die-offs in North America: identifying where forest loss matters most
ALS Swann, MM LaguŽ, ES Garcia, JP Field, DD Breshears, DJP Moore, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (5), 055014, 2018
402018
Separating the impact of individual land surface properties on the terrestrial surface energy budget in both the coupled and uncoupled land–atmosphere system
MM LaguŽ, GB Bonan, ALS Swann
Journal of Climate 32 (18), 5725-5744, 2019
372019
Progressive Midlatitude Afforestation: Impacts on Clouds, Global Energy Transport, and Precipitation
MM LaguŽ, ALS Swann
Journal of Climate 29, 2016
352016
Global climate response to idealized deforestation in CMIP6 models
LR Boysen, V Brovkin, J Pongratz, DM Lawrence, P Lawrence, ...
Biogeosciences 17 (22), 5615-5638, 2020
272020
Macrosystems as metacoupled human and natural systems
F Tromboni, J Liu, E Ziaco, DD Breshears, KL Thompson, WK Dodds, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 19 (1), 20-29, 2021
142021
Plant Physiology Increases the Magnitude and Spread of the Transient Climate Response to CO 2 in CMIP6 Earth System Models
CM Zarakas, ALS Swann, MM LaguŽ, KC Armour, JT Randerson
Journal of Climate 33 (19), 8561-8578, 2020
112020
The effects of facilitation and competition on group foraging in patches
M LaguŽ, N Tania, J Heath, L Edelstein-Keshet
Journal of theoretical biology 310, 88-96, 2012
82012
The effect of land albedo on the climate of land-dominated planets in the trappist-1 system
AJ Rushby, AL Shields, ET Wolf, M LaguŽ, A Burgasser
The Astrophysical Journal 904 (2), 124, 2020
72020
Evaporative Resistance is of Equal Importance as Surface Albedo in High‐Latitude Surface Temperatures Due to Cloud Feedbacks
JE Kim, MM Lague, S Pennypacker, E Dawson, ALS Swann
Geophysical Research Letters 47 (4), e2019GL085663, 2020
52020
Radiative feedbacks on land surface change and associated tropical precipitation shifts
MM LaguŽ, ALS Swann, WR Boos
Journal of Climate 34 (16), 6651-6672, 2021
22021
Terrestrial evaporation and global climate: lessons from Northland, a planet with a hemispheric continent
MM LaguŽ, M Pietschnig, S Ragen, TA Smith, DS Battisti
Journal of Climate 34 (6), 2253-2276, 2020
22020
The zonal patterns in late Quaternary South American Monsoon precipitation
T Kukla, M Winnick, M LaguŽ, Z Xia
2022
Why do the global warming responses of land‐surface models and climatic dryness metrics disagree?
J Scheff, S Coats, M LaguŽ
Earth's Future, e2022EF002814, 2022
2022
Understanding responses of summer continental daily temperature variance to perturbations in the land surface evaporative resistance
W Kong, KA McKinnon, IR Simpson, MM LaguŽ
EGU22, 2022
2022
Under what conditions do the global warming responses of drought indices and land-surface models agree?
J Scheff, M Lague, S Coats
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, GC22B-05, 2021
2021
Exploring summer continental temperature variability response to surface evaporative resistance through idealized simulations
W Kong, K McKinnon, I Simpson, M Lague
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, H25M-1194, 2021
2021
From plants to planets: the effect of land surface properties on global climate
M Lague
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, A14J-04, 2021
2021
Plants alter oceanic clouds: the land wake and its intensification by CO2-induced stomatal closure
M Lague, G Quetin, W Boos
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2021, GC55K-0544, 2021
2021
Modeling Boreal Forest Expansion as a Driver of Accelerated Warming and Deglaciation following the Last Glacial Maximum
G Shum, ALS Swann, MM Lague
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, PP028-09, 2020
2020
Exploring and contrasting the impact of changes in land surface properties to changes in atmospheric CO2 on the global hydrologic cycle.
MM Lague, ALS Swann, T Kukla, C Zarakas, WR Boos
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, PP027-01, 2020
2020
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