Ethan Coffel

Past NE CASC Fellow
Ph.D. Candidate

Consortium Institution: 

Columbia University

Affiliations: 

Ph.D. Student, Columbia University

Education: 

BA: Computer Science & Integrated Science, Northwestern, 2013

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Research Interests: 

Ethan’s research is currently focused on how climate change will influence the magnitude and frequency of extreme weather events, and how the current climate models simulate both the events themselves and the large-scale atmospheric dynamics driving them. He is interested in the impacts of climate change on a range of human systems, from aviation to agriculture.

Publications:

Nonlinear increases in extreme temperatures paradoxically dampen increases in extreme humid-heat (2019) Nonlinear increases in extreme temperatures paradoxically dampen increases in extreme humid-heat 

New York Times: Too Hot to Fly? Climate Change May Take a Toll on Air Travel

Recent Publications