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Publications. This page lists select Urban Climate Lab publications.

2015

Rising Heat Wave Trends in Large US Cities.
Habeeb, Dana, Vargo, Jason & Stone, Brian Jr. (2015). Rising Heat Wave Trends in Large US Cities. Natural Hazards, 76(3): 1651-1665.

2014

Avoided Heat-Related Mortality through Climate Adaptation Strategies in Three US Cities.
Stone, Brian Jr., Vargo, Jason, Liu, Peng, Habeeb, Dana, DeLucia, Anthony, Trail, Marcus, Hu, Yongtao, & Russell, Armistead. (2014). Avoided Heat-Related Mortality through Climate Adaptation Strategies in Three US Cities. PLOS ONE, 9(6): 1-8.

2013

Climate Change Adaptation Through Urban Heat Management in Atlanta, Georgia.
Stone, Brian Jr., Vargo, Jason, Liu, Peng, Hu, Yongtao, & Russell, Armistead. (2013). Climate Change Adaptation Through Urban Heat Management in Atlanta, Georgia. Environmental Science & Technology, 47: 7780-7786.

Potential Impact of Land Use Change on Future Regional Climate in the Southeastern U.S.: Reforestation and Crop Land Conversion.
Trail, M., Tsimpidi, A.P., Liu, P., Tsigaridis, K., Hu, Y., Nenes, A., Stone, B., & Russell, A.G. (2013). Potential Impact of Land Use Change on Future Regional Climate in the Southeastern U.S.: Reforestation and Crop Land Conversion. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 118(11): 577-588.

The Importance of Land Cover Change Across Urban Rural Typologies for Climate Modeling.
Vargo, Jason, Habeeb, Dana & Stone, Brian Jr. (2013). The Importance of Land Cover Change Across Urban Rural Typologies for Climate Modeling. Journal of Environmental Management, 114:243-52.

2012

Differences Between Downscaling with Spectral and Grid Nudging Using WRF.
Peng, Liu, Tsimpidi, Alexandra, Hu, Youngtao, Stone, Brian, Russell, Armistead & Nenes, Athanasios.(2012). Differences Between Downscaling with Spectral and Grid Nudging Using WRF. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 12: 3601-3610.

The City and the Coming Climate: Climate Change and the Places We Live. ”
Stone, Brian Jr. (2012). The City and the Coming Climate: Climate Change and the Places We Live. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Managing climate change in cities: Will climate action plans work? ”
Stone, Brian Jr., Vargo, Jason, & Habeeb, Dana (2012). Managing climate change in cities: Will climate action plans work? Landscape and Urban Planning.

2010

Urban Form and Extreme Heat Events. ”
Stone, Brian Jr., Hess, Jeremy J., and Frumkin, Howard. 2010. Urban Form and Extreme Heat Events: Are Sprawling Cities more Vulnerable to Climate Change than Compact Cities?, Environmental Health Perspectives,118(10), 1425-1428.

2009

Land Use as Climate Change Mitigation. ”
Stone, Brian Jr. 2009. Land Use as Climate Change Mitigation, Environmental Science & Technology, 43: 9052–9056.

Mobile Source CO2 Mitigation through Smart Growth Development and Vehicle Fleet Hybridization. ”
Stone, Brian Jr., Mednick, Adam, Holloway, Tracey., and Spak, Scott. 2009. Mobile Source CO2 Mitigation through Smart Growth Development and Vehicle Fleet Hybridization, Environmental Science & Technology, 43: 1704–1710.

2008

Climate Change and Place Roundtable. ”
Stone, Brian Jr. 2008. “Climate Change and Place Roundtable,” in Places, 20(2): 68–73.

Urban Sprawl and Air Quality in Large U.S. Cities. ”
Stone, Brian Jr. 2008. Urban Sprawl and Air Quality in Large U.S. Cities, in Journal of Environmental Management, 86: 688–698.

2007

Urban and Rural Temperature Trends in Proximity to Large U.S Quality?. ”
Stone, Brian Jr. 2007. Urban and Rural Temperature Trends in Proximity to Large U.S. Cities: 1951–2000. in International Journal of Climatology, 27, 1801–1807.

Is Compact Growth Good for Air Quality?. ”
Stone, Brian Jr., Mednick, Adam, Holloway, Tracey, and Spak, Scott. 2007. Is Compact Growth Good for Air Quality?, in Journal of the American Planning Association, 73, 404–418.

2006

Land Use Planning and Surface Heat Island Formation: A Parcel-Based Radiation Flux Approach . ”
Stone, Brian Jr. and Norman, John M. (2006). Land Use Planning and Surface Heat Island Formation: A Parcel-Based Radiation Flux Approach, in Atmospheric Environment, 40, p. 3561–3573.

2005

Sustainable Transport Planning: Estimating the Ecological Footprint of Vehicle Travel in Future Years . ”
Chi, Guangqing and Stone, Brian Jr. (2005). Sustainable Transport Planning: Estimating the Ecological Footprint of Vehicle Travel in Future Years, in Journal of Urban Planning and Development, 131, p. 170–180.

Urban Heat and Air Pollution: An Emerging Role for Planners in the Climate Change Debate . ”
Stone, Brian Jr. (2005). Urban Heat and Air Pollution: An Emerging Role for Planners in the Climate Change Debate, in Journal of the American Planning Association, 71, p. 13–25.

2004

Paving Over Paradise: How Land Use Regulations Promote Residential Imperviousness . ”
Stone, Brian Jr. (2004). Paving Over Paradise: How Land Use Regulations Promote Residential Imperviousness, in Journal of Landscape and Urban Planning, 69, p. 101–113.

2003

Air Quality by Design: Harnessing the Clean Air Act to Manage Metropolitan Growth . ”
Stone, Brian Jr. (2003). Air Quality by Design: Harnessing the Clean Air Act to Manage Metropolitan Growth, in Journal of Planning Education and Research, 23, p. 177–190.

2001

Urban Form and Thermal Efficiency: How the Design of Cities Influences the Urban Heat Island Effect. ”
Stone, Brian Jr. and Rodgers, Michael O. (2001). Urban Form and Thermal Efficiency: How the Design of Cities Influences the Urban Heat Island Effect, in Journal of the American Planning Association, 67, p. 186–198.