KU Biometeorology Lab

Land Atmosphere Interactions
Remote Sensing
Regional climate change

Nathaniel A. Brunsell

Associate Professor

Dept. of Geography

Atmospheric Sciences Program

214B Lindley Hall

University of Kansas

Lawrence, KS 66045



Recent Papers

Shi, Z., M. L. Thomey, W. Mowll, M. Litvak, N. A. Brunsell, S. L. Collins, W. T. Pockman, M. D. Smith, A. K. Knapp, and Y. Luo: 2013, Differential effects of extreme drought on production and respiration: Synthesis and modeling analysis. Biogeosciences, in press.

Brunsell, N. A., J. B. Nippert, and T. L. Buck†: 2013, The impact of seasonality and surface heterogeneity on water use efficiency in mesic grasslands. Ecohydrology, in press.

Oleson, K. W., A. Monaghan, M. Barlage, N. Brunsell, J. Feddema, L. Hu†, O. Wilhelmi, and D. F. Steinhoff: 2013, Interactions between urban- ization, heat stress, and climate change. Climatic Change, in press.

Lin, P. and N. A. Brunsell: 2013, Assessing regional climate and local landcover impacts on vegetation with remote sensing. Remote Sensing, doi:10.3390/rs5094347, 5, 4347-4369.

Brunsell, N. A. and C. J. Wilson: 2013, Multiscale interactions between water and carbon fluxes and environmental variables in a central U.S. grassland. Entropy, 15, 1324-1341.

Hu, L. and N. A. Brunsell: 2013, The impact of temporal aggregation of land surface temperature data for the surface urban heat island (SUHI) monitoring. Remote Sensing of Environment, 134, 162-174.

Cochran, F. V., N. A. Brunsell and D. B. Mechem: 2013, Comparing source and mid-troposphere CO2 concentrations from central U.S. grasslands. Entropy, 15, 606-623.

Recent NEWS

Congratulations to Peiling Lin for defending her MA in Geography

Welcome to the new graduate students in the lab: Maged Nosshi (PHD, Geography) and Skylar Koerner (MS, Atmospheric Sciences)

Congratulations to Cassie Wilson for defending her MS thesis in Atmospheric Sciences

11/28/12: Brunsell appointed to the editorial board of Climate: http://www.mdpi.com/climate

11/21/12: Leiqiu Hu awarded an NCAR/ASP Graduate Visitor Program fellowship to spend next summer at NCAR