kent-state-university-department-geography

Kent State University Department of Geography

United States

https://www.kent.edu/geography

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Michael J. Allen Author 2 articles
  1. Future heat vulnerability in California, Part I: projecting future weather types and heat events
  2. Future heat vulnerability in California, Part II: projecting future heat-related mortality
Timothy J. Dolney Author 1 article
  1. Heat, mortality, and level of urbanization: Measuring vulnerability across Ohio, USA
Debra M. Kellar Author 1 article
  1. Vehicle-related flood deaths in the United States, 1995-2005
Jonathan P. Kirk Author 1 article
  1. Annual floods in New England (USA) and Atlantic Canada: Synoptic climatology and generating mechanisms
Cameron C. Lee Author 2 articles
  1. Future heat vulnerability in California, Part I: projecting future weather types and heat events
  2. Future heat vulnerability in California, Part II: projecting future heat-related mortality
Thomas W. Schmidlin Author 2 articles
  1. Human fatalities from wind-related tree failures in the United States, 1995–2007
  2. Vehicle-related flood deaths in the United States, 1995-2005
Scott Sheridan Author 7 articles
  1. Assessing variability in the impacts of heat on health outcomes in New York City over time, season, and heat-wave duration
  2. Climate change, heat waves, and mortality projections for Chicago
  3. Future heat vulnerability in California, Part I: projecting future weather types and heat events
  4. Future heat vulnerability in California, Part II: projecting future heat-related mortality
  5. Heat, mortality, and level of urbanization: Measuring vulnerability across Ohio, USA
  6. Spatiotemporal trends in human vulnerability and adaptation to heat across the United States
  7. Trends in heat-related mortality in the United States, 1975–2004
Thomas W. Schmidlin Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Human fatalities from wind-related tree failures in the United States, 1995–2007
Scott Sheridan Point of Contact 2 articles
  1. Assessing variability in the impacts of heat on health outcomes in New York City over time, season, and heat-wave duration
  2. Spatiotemporal trends in human vulnerability and adaptation to heat across the United States
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