CISA Integrating Climate Science & Decision Making in the Carolinas
Below are a few recent publications produced by CISA team members. Find a full list of articles, posters, presentations, reports, and more through the More Publications links.
Carbone, G. 2014. Managing climate change scenarios for societal impact studies. Physical Geography 35 (1).
Dilling, L., K. Lackstrom, B. Haywood, K. Dow, M. C. Lemos, J. Berggren and S. Kalafatis. 2015. What Stakeholder Needs Tell Us about Enabling Adaptive Capacity: The Intersection of Context and Information Provision across Regions in the United States. Weather, Climate, and Society 7 (1).
Furhmann, C., M. Sugg, C. Konrad and A. Waller. 2015. Impact of Extreme Heat Events on Emergency Department Visits in North Carolina (2007-2011). Journal of Community Health, 1-11.
Gao, P., G. Carbone, and D. Guo. 2015. Assessment of NARCCAP model in simulating rainfall extremes using a spatially constrained regionalization method. International Journal of Climatology.
Kabela, E. and Carbone, G. 2015. NARCCAP Model Skill and Bias for the Southeast United States. American Journal of Climate Change, 4, 94-114.
Kovach, M.M., C.E. Konrad II, and C.M. Fuhrmann. 2015. Area-level risk factors for heat-related illness in rural and urban locations across North Carolina, USA. Applied Geography. 60: 175-183.
Lackstrom, K., G. Carbone, D. Tufford, and A. Patel. 2016. Climate and Water Resources in the Carolinas: Approaches to Applying Global Climate Change Information to Local Decisions. Journal of South Carolina Water Resources Vol 3: Iss 1, Article 7.
Lu, J., G. J. Carbone, and P. Gao. 2017. Detrending crop yield data for spatial visualization of drought impacts in the United States, 1895-2014. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 237-238, 196-208.
Sugg, M., C. Konrad, II, et al. 2015. Relationships between maximum temperature and heat-related illness across North Carolina, USA. International Journal of Biometeorology: 1-13.
Webler, T., S. Tuler, K. Dow, J. Whitehead, and N. Kettle. 2014. Design and evaluation of a local analytic-deliberative process for climate adaptation planning. Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability.
Davis, J. 2015. A Tale of Two Landscapes: Examining Alienation and Non-Visitation Among Local African American Fishers at Congaree National Park. Master's thesis, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.
Kovach, M. 2015. Climate-Human Health Vulnerability: Identifying Relationships between Maximum Temperature and Heat-Related Illness across North Carolina, USA. PhD dissertation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.
Lackstrom, K. 2015. Institutional Adaptation and Drought Management in the Carolinas. PhD dissertation, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC.