Name ORCID Organizations Publications
Robert M. Hoekstra Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Foodborne Illness Acquired in the United States—Major Pathogens Foodborne illness acquired in the United States: Unspecified agents
Andrew Hoell Earth System Research Laboratory Physical Sciences Division Explaining Extreme Events of 2015 from a Climate Perspective Explaining Extreme Events of 2016 from a Climate Perspective
Katharina Hoelzle University of Zurich Institute of Veterinary Bacteriology Temperature induced disease in the starfish Astropecten jonstoni
Martin Hoelzle 0000-0002-3591-4377 University of Fribourg Department of Geosciences Global Glacier Change Bulletin No. 2 (2014-2015)
Anne Gatewood Hoen Yale University School of Public Health Field and climate-based model for predicting the density of host-seeking nymphal Ixodes scapularis , an important vector of tick-borne disease agents in the eastern United States
Martin P. Hoerling NOAA/CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences CIRES National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Earth System Research Laboratory Earth System Research Laboratory Physical Sciences Division National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Anatomy of an Extreme Event The Corn and Climate Report - Executive Summary Water supply risk on the Colorado River: Can management mitigate? Robustness of the nonlinear climate response to ENSO’s extreme phases Climate Change in Colorado: A Synthesis to Support Water Resources Management and Adaptation. Report for the Colorado Water Conservation Board What caused the recent “Warm Arctic, Cold Continents” trend pattern in winter temperatures? Explaining Extreme Events of 2015 from a Climate Perspective Regional precipitation trends: Distinguishing natural variability from anthropogenic forcing How fast are the tropics expanding? Attribution of Weather and Climate-Related Extreme Events Is a Transition to Semipermanent Drought Conditions Imminent in the U.S. Great Plains? Global meteorological drought: A synthesis of current understanding with a focus on SST drivers of precipitation deficits Contribution of temperature and precipitation anomalies to the California drought during 2012–2015 Forced atmospheric teleconnections during 1979–2014 Characterizing recent trends in U.S. heavy precipitation The making of an extreme event: Putting the pieces together Was there a basis for anticipating the 2010 Russian heat wave? Explaining Extreme Events of 2013 from a Climate Perspective Explaining Extreme Events of 2012 from a Climate Perspective Atmospheric Response Patterns Associated with Tropical Forcing How unusual was the cold winter of 2013/14 in the Upper Midwest? [in “Explaining Extreme Events of 2014 from a Climate Perspective”] SAP 1.3: Reanalysis of Historical Climate Data for Key Atmospheric Features: Implications for Attribution of Causes of Observed Change How has human-induced climate change affected California drought risk? Explaining Extreme Events of 2014 from a Climate Perspective Arctic tropospheric warming: Causes and linkages to lower latitudes What history tells us about 2015 U.S. Daily rainfall extremes Atmosphere and ocean origins of North American droughts Reconciling future Colorado River flows Causes of the 2011–14 California drought The physics of drought in the U.S. Central Great Plains Water and climate: Recognize anthropogenic drought Annual Cycle of Pacific–North American Seasonal Predictability Associated with Different Phases of ENSO Explaining Extreme Events of 2014 from a Climate Perspective Causes and predictability of the 2012 Great Plains drought
Jennifer A. Hoeting 0000-0003-0414-0193 Colorado State University Department of Statistics Projected wetland densities under climate change: Habitat loss but little geographic shift in conservation strategy
Jennifer Hoey University of California, Berkeley Department of Integrative Biology Persistent carry-over effects of planktonic exposure to ocean acidification in the Olympia oyster
Andries F. Hof 0000-0002-7568-5038 Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency RCP2.6: exploring the possibility to keep global mean temperature increase below 2°C Adaptation in integrated assessment modeling: where do we stand?
Marlis Hofer University of Innsbruck Research Centre for Climate Past and future sea-level change from the surface mass balance of glaciers
Holger Hoff Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research Coping with variability and change: Floods and droughts
Chad M. Hoffman Colorado State University Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Watershed Stewardship Drought, tree mortality, and wildfire in forests adapted to frequent fire
Forrest M. Hoffman 0000-0001-5802-4134 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge National Laboratory Climate Change Science Institute Oak Ridge National Laboratory Computational Earth Sciences Group Oak Ridge National Laboratory Computer Science and Mathematics Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory Environmental Sciences Division University of California, Irvine Department of Earth System Science Causes and implications of persistent atmospheric carbon dioxide biases in Earth System Models Climate Science Special Report: The Fourth National Climate Assessment: Volume I Plant responses to increasing CO2 reduce estimates of climate impacts on drought severity Causes of variation in soil carbon simulations from CMIP5 Earth system models and comparison with observations
Ian Hoffman Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Electricity Markets and Policy Group Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory University of California, Berkeley Energy & Resources Group High-resolution modeling of the western North American power system demonstrates low-cost and low-carbon futures
Jennie R. Hoffman EcoAdapt Jennie Hoffman Research and Consulting The State of Marine and Coastal Adaptation in North America: A Synthesis of Emerging Ideas. A report for the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation: Bainbridge Island, WA, EcoAdapt. The impacts of climate change on tribal traditional foods
Jeremy S. Hoffman Oregon State University College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences Regional and global sea-surface temperatures during the last interglaciation
Joel C. Hoffman U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Mid-Continent Ecology Division Coastal wetland support of Great Lakes fisheries: Progress from concept to quantification
Martos Hoffman Southwest Forest Alliance Ecological Restoration of Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Ecosystems: A Broad Perspective
Ross N. Hoffman 0000-0002-4962-9438 Atmospheric and Environmental Research Inc. High-latitude ocean and sea ice surface fluxes: Challenges for climate research
Stuart N. Hoffman Geisinger Clinic Department of Neurology Temple University School of Medicine Department of Neurology Mental Health Outcomes at the Jersey Shore After Hurricane Sandy Mental health outcomes among vulnerable residents after Hurricane Sandy: Implications for disaster research and planning
Ary A. Hoffmann 0000-0001-9497-7645 University of Melbourne Bio21 Institute University of Melbourne Department of Genetics University of Melbourne Department of Zoology What can livestock breeders learn from conservation genetics and vice versa? Geographical limits to species-range shifts are suggested by climate velocity Climate change and evolutionary adaptation
Esther Hoffmann Institute for Ecological Economy Research Adaptation to climate change in the transport sector: A review of actions and actors
Irene Hoffmann Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Animal Production and Health Division Animal Production Service Climate change and the characterization, breeding and conservation of animal genetic resources
Michael J. Hoffmann George Mason University George Mason University Department of Environmental Science and Policy George Mason University Department of Geography and GeoInformation Science University of Delaware Department of Political Science and International Relations Multiagent systems for the simulation of land-use and land-cover change: A review
Michael P. Hoffmann Cornell Institute for Climate Smart Solutions CICSS Unique challenges and opportunities for northeastern US crop production in a changing climate