Author Bibliographies

Publications by Christian V. Braneon

This citation list includes papers published while the author has been on staff at the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies. It may include some papers based on research conducted prior to their having joined the institute.

Submitted / In Review

Doust, K., A. Swan, T.T. Zhang, N. Sultana, A. Wejs, C. Braneon, J. Lütz, L. Casset, and S. Fatorić, 2021: Adaptation to climate change in coastal towns of between 10,000 and 50,000 inhabitants. Ocean Coast. Manage., submitted.

Braneon, C., R.D Field, E. Seto, L. Chen, K. McConnell, L. Robinson, and S. Richardson, 2020: Towards disentangling lockdown-driven air quality changes in the Northeastern U.S. J. Extreme Events, submitted.

McConnell, K., E. Glenn, N. Stamler, R. Pandya, J. Abramowitz, G. Fernandez, and C. Braneon, 2020: Not all green roofs are alike: Variation in heat mitigation capacity among green roofs in Chicago. Landsc. Urban Plan., submitted.

Early On-Line

Kyrkjebo, N., A. Parris, J. Barnes, I. Azaroff, D. Balk, A.I. Baptista, C. Braneon, W. Calabrese, T. Codrington, J. Colon, F. Gandhi, M. George, P. Groffman, J. Gundlach, R.H. Carr, N. Holt, R. Horton, A. Jahangir, B. Ken-Opurum, K. Knowlton, R. Leichenko, N. Maher, P. Marcotullio, T. Matte, K. McComas, S.K. McKay, T. McPhearson, R. Moss, G. Nordenson, T. Pawlowski, N. Rajkovich, K.A. Reed, L. Schoeman, J. Shapiro, D. Spiegel-Feld, J. Tchen, J. Towers, and G. Wagner, 2021: Rapid research and assessment on COVID-19 and climate in New York City. J. Extreme Events, early on-line, doi:10.1142/S234573762150010X.


Kruczkiewicz, A., J. Klopp, J. Fisher, S. Mason, S. McClain, N.M. Sheekh, R. Moss, R.M. Parks, and C. Braneon, 2021: Opinion: Compound risks and complex emergencies require new approaches to preparedness. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 118, no. 19, e2106795118, doi:10.1073/pnas.2106795118.

Naimark, J.G., A.M. Fiore, X. Jin, Y. Wang, E. Klovenski, and C. Braneon, 2021: Evaluating drought responses of surface ozone precursor proxies: Variations with land cover type, precipitation, and temperature. Geophys. Res. Lett., 48, no. 7, e2020GL091520, doi:10.1029/2020GL091520.


Braneon, C., and C. Rosenzweig, 2020: 4.2 States and cities for climate action. In America's Zero Carbon Action Plan. Sustainable Development Solutions Network, pp. 122-161.

Hurwitz, M.M., C. Braneon, Kirschbaum D.B. F. Mandarino, and R. Mansour, 2020: Earth observations informing cities' operations and planning. Eos, 101, on-line, doi:10.1029/2020EO146808.

Makin-Knafo, E., O. Carmon, E. Ben-Ami, G. Deknuydt, N. Regev, Y. David, U. Babczyk, T. Bergel, R. Govenzensky, A. Basis, T. Dovrat, A. Shem-Tov, K. Or-Phish, A. Zvigoren, K. Orff, T. Pawlowski, J. Lovecchio, G. Basic, S. Carter, O. Ronen, O. Potchter, M. Mandelmilch, M. Phillips, C. Braneon, J. Barnes, L. Belcic, S. Golan, L. Altman, L. Eisen, and E. Erell, 2020: Resilience Accelerator Tel Aviv-Yafo: Urban Heat and the Future of the Public Realm. Technical Report. Columbia University Center for Resilient Cities and Landscapes.

Raven, J., C. Braneon, and M. Esposito, 2020: Urban Design Climate Workshop, from Climate Science to Climate Action: Gowanus, Brooklyn, 2019. Urban Land Institute.


Rosenzweig, C., W. Solecki, C. Braneon, P. Racco, G. Mollod, D. Bader, M. Phillips, C. Lang, D. Manley, S. Ali Ibrahim, P. Marcotullio, D. Reckien, A. Ruane, M. De Los Rios White, U. Khalid, A. Ho, T. Gyeong Hamm, A. Jogesh, W. Bugler, E. Jimenez Alonso, G. Wade, A. Rycerz, T. Bailey, M. Berensson, S. Garg, N. Farhad, S. McDaniel, and K. Yilmaz, 2018: The Future We Don’t Want: How Climate Change Could Impact the World's Greatest Cities. UCCRN Technical Report. Urban Climate Change Research Network.

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