Kristina Dahl
Kristina Dahl
Union of Concerned Scientists
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Response of the ITCZ to Northern Hemisphere cooling
AJ Broccoli, KA Dahl, RJ Stouffer
Geophysical Research Letters 33 (1), 2006
Compound climate risks in the COVID-19 pandemic
CA Phillips, A Caldas, R Cleetus, KA Dahl, J Declet-Barreto, R Licker, ...
Nature Climate Change 10 (7), 586-588, 2020
A multiple proxy and model study of Cretaceous upper ocean temperatures and atmospheric CO2 concentrations
KL Bice, D Birgel, PA Meyers, KA Dahl, KU Hinrichs, RD Norris
Paleoceanography 21 (2), 2006
Assessing the role of North Atlantic freshwater forcing in millennial scale climate variability: A tropical Atlantic perspective
KA Dahl, AJ Broccoli, RJ Stouffer
Climate dynamics 24, 325-346, 2005
Increased frequency of and population exposure to extreme heat index days in the United States during the 21st century
K Dahl, R Licker, JT Abatzoglou, J Declet-Barreto
Environmental Research Communications 1 (7), 075002, 2019
Sea level rise drives increased tidal flooding frequency at tide gauges along the US East and Gulf Coasts: Projections for 2030 and 2045
KA Dahl, MF Fitzpatrick, E Spanger-Siegfried
PloS one 12 (2), e0170949, 2017
Encroaching tides: How sea level rise and tidal flooding threaten US East and Gulf Coast communities over the next 30 years
E Spanger-Siegfried, M Fitzpatrick, K Dahl
Sea surface temperature pattern reconstructions in the Arabian Sea
KA Dahl, DW Oppo
Paleoceanography 21 (1), 2006
Compound risks of hurricane evacuation amid the COVID‐19 pandemic in the United States
S Pei, KA Dahl, TK Yamana, R Licker, J Shaman
GeoHealth 4 (12), e2020GH000319, 2020
Reconstructing the phytoplankton community of the Cariaco Basin during the Younger Dryas cold event using chlorin steryl esters
KA Dahl, DJ Repeta, R Goericke
Paleoceanography 19 (1), 2004
Effective inundation of continental United States communities with 21st century sea level rise
KA Dahl, E Spanger-Siegfried, A Caldas, S Udvardy
Elem Sci Anth 5, 37, 2017
Terrigenous plant wax inputs to the Arabian Sea: Implications for the reconstruction of winds associated with the Indian Monsoon
KA Dahl, DW Oppo, TI Eglinton, KA Hughen, WB Curry, F Sirocko
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69 (10), 2547-2558, 2005
Underwater: Rising seas, chronic floods, and the implications for us coastal real estate
K Dahl, R Cleetus, E Spanger-Siegfried, S Udvardy, A Caldas, P Worth
Cambridge, MA: Union of Concerned Scientists. Online at www. ucsusa. org …, 2018
Killer heat in the United States: climate choices and the future of dangerously hot days
K Dahl, E Spanger-Siegfried, R Licker, A Caldas, J Abatzoglou, ...
Union of Concerned Scientists, 2019
Quantifying the impact of future extreme heat on the outdoor work sector in the United States
R Licker, K Dahl, JT Abatzoglou
Elem Sci Anth 10 (1), 00048, 2022
Quantifying the contribution of major carbon producers to increases in vapor pressure deficit and burned area in western US and southwestern Canadian forests
KA Dahl, JT Abatzoglou, CA Phillips, JP Ortiz-Partida, R Licker, ...
Environmental Research Letters 18 (6), 064011, 2023
Encroaching tides: How sea level rise and tidal flooding threaten US East and Gulf Coast communities over the next 30 years. Union of Concerned Scientists, 76 pp
E Spanger-Siegfried, M Fitzpatrick, K Dahl
October, Cambridge, 2014
The US Military on the Front Lines of Rising Seas: Growing Exposure to Coastal Flooding at East and Gulf Coast Military Bases
E Spanger-Siegfried, K Dahl, A Caldas, S Udvardy
Union of Concerned Scientists, 2016
Too hot to work: assessing the threats climate change poses to outdoor workers
K Dahl, R Licker
UCS: Union of Concerned Scientists, 2021
Stormy Seas, Rising Risks: What Investors Should Know About Climate Change Impacts at Oil Refineries
C Carlson, G Goldman, K Dahl
Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, 2015
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