Research

Research Theme: Human Dimensions

Here is an atmospheric-level view of all the Human Dimensions
research and happenings at INSTAAR.

Research that addresses the effects of humans on the environment through their actions, behavior, beliefs, and use of land and resources; and how people are affected by the environment: health, natural hazards and disasters, and resources. Archaeological research is included in this category.

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Recent Publications

Ryan Vachon 2018: Science Videos: A User’s Manual for Scientific Communication. Springer, 295 pp.

Dethier, D. P., Ouimet, W. B., Sheila Murphy, Kotikian, M., Wicherski, W., Samuel, R. M. 2018: Anthropocene landscape change and the legacy of 19th- and 20th-century mining in the Fourmile catchment, Colorado Front Range. Annals of American Geographers, 108(4): 917-937. DOI: 10.1080/24694452.2017.1406329

MacLeod, K. G., Quinton, P. C., Julio Sepúlveda, Negra, M. H. 2018: Postimpact earliest Paleogene warming shown by fish debris oxygen isotopes (El Kef, Tunisia). Science, 360(6396): 1467-1469. DOI: 10.1126/science.aap8525

Li, J., Mao, J., Fiore, A. M., Cohen, R. C., Crounse, J. D., Teng, A. P., Wennberg, P. O., Lee, B. H., Lopez-Hilfiker, F. D., Thornton, J. A., Peischl, J., Pollack, I. B., Ryerson, T. B., Veres, P., Roberts, J. M., Neuman, J. A., Nowak, J. B., Wolfe, G. M., Hanisco, T. F., Alan Fried, Singh, H. B., Dibb, J., Paulot, F., Horowitz, L. W. 2018: Decadal changes in summertime reactive oxidized nitrogen and surface ozone over the Southeast United States. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 18(3): 2341-2361. DOI: 10.5194/acp-18-2341-2018

Dalsoren, S. B., Myhre, G., Hodnebrog, O., Myhre, C. L., Stohl, A., Pisso, I., Schwietzke, S., Hoeglund-Isaksson, L., Detlev Helmig, Reimann, S., Sauvage, S., Schmidbauer, N., Read, K. A., Carpenter, L. J., Lewis, A. C., Punjabi, S., Wallasch, M. 2018: Discrepancy between simulated and observed ethane and propane levels explained by underestimated fossil emissions. Nature Geoscience, 11(3): 178-184. DOI: 10.1038/s41561-018-0073-0

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