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Projected Heat-Related Mortality in the U.S. Urban Northeast, Petkova, Elisaveta, Horton Radley M., Bader Daniel A., and Kinney Patrick , International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12/2013, Volume 10, p.6734 - 6747, (2013)
Projected changes in extreme temperature events based on the NARCCAP model suite, Horton, Radley M., Coffel Ethan, Winter Jonathan M., and Bader Daniel A. , Geophysical Research Letters, 2015, Volume 42, Issue 8, p.7722-7731, (2015)
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Heat-Related Mortality in a Warming Climate: Projections for 12 U.S. Cities, Petkova, Elisaveta, Bader Daniel A., Anderson G., Horton Radley M., Knowlton Kim, and Kinney Patrick , International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 11/2014, Volume 11, p.11371 - 11383, (2014)
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Climate Risks, Horton, Radley M., Bader Daniel A., Tryhorn L, DeGaetano A, and Rosenzweig Cynthia , Responding To Climate Change In New York State: The CLIMAID Integrated Assessment For Effective Climate Change Adaptation In New York State: Final Report , Volume 1244, OXFORD OX2 0EL, ENGLAND, (2011)
Climate Hazard Assessment for Stakeholder Adaptation Planning in New York City, Horton, Radley M., Gornitz Vivien, Bader Daniel A., Ruane Alex C., Goldberg Richard, and Rosenzweig Cynthia , Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 11/2011, Volume 50, p.2247 - 2266, (2011)
Climate Adaptation Guidebook for New York State, Rosenzweig, Cynthia, DeGaetano A, Solecki W., Horton Radley M., O’Grady M, and Bader Daniel A. , Responding To Climate Change In New York State: The CLIMAID Integrated Assessment For Effective Climate Change Adaptation In New York State: Final Report, Volume 1244, OXFORD OX2 0EL, ENGLAND, (2011)
Chapter 7: Indicators and monitoring, Jacob, Klaus, Blake Reginald, Horton Radley M., Bader Daniel A., and O’Grady Megan , Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 05/2010, Volume 1196, p.127 - 142, (2010)