"Chronicle of a disaster foretold: Science, risk, and the politics of imperilment in Bristol Bay, Alaska"
November 6, 2014
4:00 p.m. 021 Fairchild
Ph.D., Massachusetts institute of Technology, 2009
Fairchild 020 | (603) 646-6456
Climate is an important driver of human activities at local to global scales. My research and teaching explore climate prediction and the impacts of climate variability and change on water resources and agriculture. I have active projects in the following areas: (1) Developing high-resolution future climate scenarios for the Northeast using global and regional climate models, statistically downscaled datasets, and weather generators, (2) Evaluating mid-century water availability for irrigation across the Central Valley of California and its potential effects on crop yields, (3) Analyzing uncertainty in regional climate simulations of the water cycle over the American Midwest, and (4) Modeling and quantifying the agricultural implications of climate extremes, such as droughts, floods, and heat waves, in Central America.
Guilbert, J., B. Beckage, J.M. Winter, R.M. Horton, T. Perkins, A. Bomblies: Projected climate change impacts over the Lake Champlain Basin in Vermont. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. In Press.
Rosenzweig, C., J.W. Jones, J.L. Hatfield, A.C. Ruane, K.J. Boote, P. Thorburn, J.M. Antle, G.C. Nelson, C. Porter, S. Janssen, S. Asseng, B. Basso, F. Ewert, D. Wallach, G. Baigorria, and J.M. Winter, 2013: The Agricultural Model Intercomparison and Improvement Project (AgMIP): Protocols and pilot studies. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 170, 166-182.
Winter, J.M. and E.A.B. Eltahir, 2012: Modeling the hydroclimatology of the midwestern United States. Part 1: Current climate. Climate Dynamics, 38, 573-593.
Winter, J.M. and E.A.B. Eltahir, 2012: Modeling the hydroclimatology of the midwestern United States. Part 2: Future climate. Climate Dynamics, 38, 595-611.
Winter, J.M. and E.A.B. Eltahir, 2010: The sensitivity of latent heat flux to changes in the radiative forcing: A framework for comparing models and observations. Journal of Climate, 23, 2345-2356
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