Peter Huybers


Peter Huybers cv
Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences
and Environmental Science and Engineering
Harvard University
20 Oxford St., Cambridge MA 02138
phuybers@fas.harvard.edu
phone (617)495-4811
fax (617)384-7396

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Recent Papers

  • Albright, Proistosescu, and Huybers, Origins of a relatively tight lower bound on anthropogenic aerosol radiative forcing from Bayesian analysis of historical observations, Journal of Climate, in press.
  • Liautaud and Huybers, Increased sea-level sensitivity to CO2 forcing across the Middle Pleistocene Transition from ice-albedo and ice-volume nonlinearities, Journal of Climate, in press.
  • Trevino, Stine, and Huybers, Regional nonlinear relationships across the U.S. between drought and tree-ring width variability from a neural network, Geophysical Research Letters, in press.
  • Chan, Vecchi, Yang, and Huybers, Improved simulation of 19th-and 20th-century North Atlantic hurricane frequency after correcting historical sea surface temperatures. Science Advances, 2021. link.
  • Chan and Huybers, Correcting Observational Biases in Sea Surface Temperature Observations Removes Anomalous Warmth during World War II. Journal of Climate, 2021. link.
  • Buntgen et al. The influence of decision-making in tree ring-based climate reconstructions, Nature communications, 2021. link.
  • Sloat, Lin, Butler, Johnson, Holbrook, Huybers, Lee, and Mueller, Evaluating the benefits of chlorophyll fluorescence for in-season crop productivity forecasting, Remote Sensing of Environment, 2021. link.
  • Amdur, Stine, and Huybers, Global surface temperature response to 11-year solar cycle forcing consistent with general circulation model results, Journal of Climate, 2021. link.
  • Chenguang, Chan, Huybers, and Pillai Late 19th-Century navigational uncertainties and their influence on sea surface temperature estimates, Annals of Applied Statistics, 2021. link.
  • Kogan, Clemente, Liautaud et al. An Early Warning Approach to Monitor COVID-19 Activity with Multiple Digital Traces in Near Real-Time, Science Advances, 2021. link.
  • Carleton, Cornetet, Huybers, Meng, and Proctor, Global evidence for ultraviolet radiation decreasing COVID-19 growth rates, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2021. link.

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