Climate Change in the Midwest: Impacts, Risks, Vulnerability, and Adaptation

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G. Alagarswamy is a senior research associate with the Department of Geography and the Center for Global Change and Earth Observations at Michigan State University.

C. J. Anderson is research assistant professor of agronomy at Iowa State University. His research emphasis is climate adaptation for water resource and natural resource management.

D. B. Andrade is a doctoral student at Saint Louis University in the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.

J. A. Andresen is associate professor in the Department of Geography at Michigan State University. He also serves as state climatologist for the state of Michigan and conducted research on the impacts of weather and climate on agriculture.

J. R. Angel is state climatologist for the state of Illinois at the Illinois State Water Survey with the Prairie Research Institute University of Illinois Urbana–Champaign.

W. L. Bartels is a post-doctoral research associate with the Southeast Climate Consortium and the Florida Climate Institute. She engages agricultural and water management stakeholders as they prepare for and adapt to climate variability and change.

R. J. Barthelmie is a professor of atmospheric science and sustainability at Indiana Univer sity. Her research focuses on the climate change mitigation potential of renewable energy sources and climate change impacts thereon.

J. M. Bisanz served as the project manager for the Pileus Project and coordinated the development of web-based tools for stakeholders.

N. E. Breuer is an interdisciplinary ecologist at the University of Miami and the University of Florida. He focuses on human dimensions of agroecology, including decision making, adaptation, and resilience in light of climate variability and change in human-ecological coupled systems.

J. Clark is a graduate student studying atmospheric physics at Howard University. He currently is involved with the modeling of mesoscale convective systems in West Africa.

C. Fraisse is a climate extension specialist at the University of Florida. His extension and research programs focus on developing and

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