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The honest broker: making sense of science in policy and politics
RA Pielke, MyiLibrary
Cambridge University Press, 2007
31522007
Abrupt climate change
RB Alley, J Marotzke, WD Nordhaus, JT Overpeck, DM Peteet, RA Pielke, ...
science 299 (5615), 2005, 2003
16922003
Normalized hurricane damage in the United States: 1900–2005
RA Pielke Jr, J Gratz, CW Landsea, D Collins, MA Saunders, R Musulin
Natural hazards review 9 (1), 29-42, 2008
14232008
Ecological forecasts: an emerging imperative
JS Clark, SR Carpenter, M Barber, S Collins, A Dobson, JA Foley, ...
science 293 (5530), 657-660, 2001
11442001
Lifting the taboo on adaptation
R Pielke Jr, G Prins, S Rayner, D Sarewitz
Nature 445 (7128), 597-598, 2007
8402007
Normalized hurricane damages in the United States: 1925–95
RA Pielke, CW Landsea
Weather and forecasting 13 (3), 621-631, 1998
8191998
An introduction to trends in extreme weather and climate events: observations, socioeconomic impacts, terrestrial ecological impacts, and model projections
GA Meehl, T Karl, DR Easterling, SA Changnon, RA Pielke, D Changnon, ...
BULLETIN-AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY 81 (3), 413-416, 2000
7782000
The neglected heart of science policy: reconciling supply of and demand for science
D Sarewitz, RA Pielke
environmental science & policy 10 (1), 5-16, 2007
7772007
An ecomodernist manifesto
J Asafu-Adjaye, L Blomquist, S Brand, B Brook, R DeFries, E Ellis, ...
University Of Tasmania, 2015
7212015
Temporal fluctuations in weather and climate extremes that cause economic and human health impacts: A review
KE Kunkel, RA Pielke, SA Changnon
BULLETIN-AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY 80, 1077-1098, 1999
7161999
Rethinking the role of adaptation in climate policy
RA Pielke Jr
Global environmental change 8 (2), 159-170, 1998
5861998
Precipitation and damaging floods: Trends in the United States, 1932–97
RA Pielke, MW Downton
Journal of climate 13 (20), 3625-3637, 2000
5632000
Human factors explain the increased losses from weather and climate extremes
SA Changnon, RA Pielke, D Changnon, RT Sylves, RS Pulwarty
BULLETIN-AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY 81 (3), 437-442, 2000
5402000
Atlantic basin hurricanes: Indices of climatic changes
CW Landsea, RA Pielke, AM Mestas-Nunez, JA Knaff
Climatic change 42 (1), 89-129, 1999
5201999
Climate prediction: a limit to adaptation
S Dessai, M Hulme, R Lempert, R Pielke Jr
Adapting to climate change: thresholds, values, governance 64, 78, 2009
4912009
Hurricanes and global warming
RA Pielke, C Landsea, M Mayfield, J Laver, R Pasch
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 86 (11), 1571-1575, 2005
4662005
Vulnerability and risk: some thoughts from a political and policy perspective
D Sarewitz, R Pielke Jr, M Keykhah
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 23 (4), 805-810, 2003
4212003
National Research Council, Abrupt Climate Change: Inevitable Surprises
National Research Council
Environment and History 10 (1), 110-112, 2004
3922004
Prediction: science, decision making, and the future of nature
D Sarewitz, RA Pielke, R Byerly
(No Title), 2000
3842000
Five ways to ensure that models serve society: a manifesto
A Saltelli, G Bammer, I Bruno, E Charters, M Di Fiore, E Didier, ...
Nature 582 (7813), 482-484, 2020
3782020
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