Peer-Reviewed Research

This includes peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, and the Joint Program Reprint Series.

The Reprint Series helps provide wider access to published program results that have appeared in professional journals and peer-reviewed books. All Reprint issues can be accessed through Advanced Search. Paper copies of some titles can be mailed upon request.

The ten most current peer-reviewed publications are listed below. View All Peer-Reviewed Research >>

Climate change policy in Brazil and Mexico: Results from the MIT EPPA model

Octaviano, C., S. Paltsev and A.C. Gurgel
Energy Economics online first (doi: 10.1016/j.eneco.2015.04.007) (2015).
Reprint 2015-7 [abstract] [PDF: 3903 kB (posted with permission)]

Impacts of the Minamata Convention on Mercury Emissions and Global Deposition from Coal-Fired Power Generation in Asia

Giang, A., L.C. Stokes, D.G. Streets, E.S. Corbitt and N.E. Selin
Environmental Science & Technology online first (doi: 10.1021/acs.est.5b00074) (2015).
Reprint 2015-6 [abstract] [PDF: 1819 kB (posted with permission)]
(Fact Sheet)

Benefits of greenhouse gas mitigation on the supply, management, and use of water resources in the United States

Strzepek, K., J. Neumann, J. Smith, J. Martinich, B. Boehlert, M. Hejazi, J. Henderson, C. Wobus, R. Jones, K. Calvin, D. Johnson, E. Monier, J. Strzepek and J.-H. Yoon
Climatic Change online first (doi: 10.1007/s10584-014-1279-9) (2015).
Reprint 2015-4 [abstract] [PDF: 2512 kB (posted with permission)]

Analysis of coastal protection under rising flood risk

Lickley, M.J., N. Lin and H.D. Jacoby
Climate Risk Management 6(2014): 18–26 (2015).
Reprint 2015-3 [abstract] [PDF: 944 kB (posted with permission)]
(Three Questions with Megan Lickley)

Behavior of the aggregate wind resource in the ISO regions in the United States

Gunturu, U.B. and C. Adam Schlosser
Applied Energy 144(April): 175–181 (2015).
Reprint 2015-2 [abstract] [PDF: 2739 kB (posted with permission)]

A self-consistent method to assess air quality co-benefits from U.S. climate policies

Saari, R.K., N.E. Selin, S. Rausch and T.M. Thompson
Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 65(1): 74-89 (2015).
[abstract] [Full article available at publisher’s website]

Double Impact: Why China Needs Coordinated Air Quality and Climate Strategies

Karplus, V.J.
Paulson Papers on Energy and Environment (2015).
Reprint 2015-1 [abstract] [PDF: 3821 kB (posted with permission)]

* Paulson Papers on Energy and Environment is a working paper series published by the Paulson Institute. Articles in this publication have not been subject to peer review.

Modeling Regional Transportation Demand in China and the Impacts of a National Carbon Policy

Kishimoto, P.N., D. Zhang, X. Zhang and V.J. Karplus
Transportation Research Record 2454: 1-11 (2014).
Reprint 2015-5 [abstract] [Full article available at publisher’s website]
(Supersedes Report 274)

Costs of reducing GHG emissions in Brazil

Gurgel, A. and S. Paltsev
Climate Policy 14(2): 209-223 (doi: 10.1080/14693062.2013.835655) (2014).
[abstract] [Full article available at publisher’s website]

An Analogue Approach to Identify Heavy Precipitation Events: Evaluation and Application to CMIP5 Climate Models in the United States

Gao, X., C.A. Schlosser, P. Xie, E. Monier and D. Entekhabi
J. Climate 27, 5941–5963 (2014).
[abstract] [Full article available at publisher’s website]