Academic Publications

2011
Eduard Cubi Montanya and David Keith. 2011. “LEED, Energy Savings, and Carbon Abatement: Related but Not Synonymous.” Environmental Science and Technology, 45, Pp. 1757-1758. Publisher's Version
A. M. Mercer, David Keith, and J. D. Sharp. 2011. “Public understanding of Solar Radiation Management.” Environmental Research Letters, 6. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2011. “Reshaping the energy landscape.” Physics Today, 64, Pp. 56-57. Publisher's Version
Juan Moreno-Cruz, Katharine Ricke, and David Keith. 2011. “A simple model to account for regional inequalities in the effectiveness of solar radiation management.” Climatic Change, 110, Pp. 649-668. Publisher's Version
Jane Long, James Anderson, Ken Caldeira, Joe Chaisson, David Goldston, Steven Hamburg, David Keith, R.onLehman, Frank Loy, Granger Morgan, Daniel Sarewitz, Thomas Schelling, John Shepherd, David Victor, David Whelan, and David Winickoff. 2011. “Task Force on Climate Remediation Research.” The Bipartisan Policy Center. Publisher's Version
2010
David Keith, Kenton Heidel, and Robert Cherry. 2010. “Capturing CO2 from the atmosphere: Rationale and Process Design Considerations.” Capturing CO2 from the atmosphere: Rationale and Process Design Considerations. Publisher's Version
Jeffrey Pierce, Debra Weisenstein, Patricia Heckendorn, Thomas Peter, and David Keith. 2010. “Efficient formation of stratospheric aerosol for climate engineering by emission of condensible vapor from aircraft.” Geophysical Research Letters, 37. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2010. “Engineering the Planet.” In Climate Change Science and Policy by S. Schneider and M. Mastrandrea, Pp. 49. Washington DC: Island Press. Publisher's Version
Seyyed Ghaderi, David Keith, Rob Lavoie, and Yuri Leonenko. 2010. “Evolution of Hydrogen Sulfide in Sour Saline Aquifers During Carbon Dioxide Sequestration.” International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 5, Pp. 347-355. Publisher's Version
Kristen Zickfeld, M. Granger Morgan, David Frame, and David Keith. 2010. “Expert judgments about transient climate response to alternative future trajectories of radiative forcing.” PNAS, 107, Pp. 12451-12456. Publisher's Version
Sonia Yeh, Sarah Jordaan, Adam Brandt, Merritt Turetsky, Sabrina Spatari, and David Keith. 2010. “Land Use Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Conventional Oil Production and Oil Sands.” Environmental Science & Technology, 44, Pp. 8766-8872. Publisher's Version
Ken Caldeira and David Keith. 2010. “The Need for Climate Engineering Research.” Issues in Science and Technology, 27, Pp. 57-62. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2010. “Photophoretic levitation of engineered aerosols for geoengineering.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107, Pp. 16428-16431. Publisher's Version
David Keith and Juan Moreno-Cruz. 2010. “Pitfalls of coal peak production.” Nature, 469, Pp. 472. Publisher's Version
David Keith, Edward Parson, and M. Granger Morgan. 2010. “Research on global sun block needed now.” Nature, 463, Pp. 426-427. Publisher's Version
Joule Bergerson and David Keith. 2010. “The truth about dirty oil: Is CCS the answer?.” Environmental Science & Technology, 44, Pp. 6010-6015. Publisher's Version
2009
Hassan Hassanzadeh, Mehran Pooladi-Darvish, and David Keith. 2009. “Accelerating CO2 Dissolution in Saline Aquifers for Geological Storage–Mechanistic and Sensitivity Studies.” Energy & Fuels, 23, Pp. 3328-3336. Publisher's Version
Mehdi Zeidouni, Mehran Pooladi-Darvish, and David Keith. 2009. “Analytical Solution to Evaluate Salt Precipitation during CO2 Injection in Saline Aquifers.” International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, 3, Pp. 600-611. Publisher's Version
Jacqueline Sharp, Mark Jaccard, and David Keith. 2009. “Anticipating Public Attitudes toward Underground CO2 Storage.” International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 3, Pp. 641-651. Publisher's Version
Granger Morgan, Hadi Dowlatabadi, Max Henrion, David Keith, Robert Lempert, Sandra McBride, Mitchell Small, and Thomas Wilbanks. 2009. “Best practice approaches for characterizing, communicating, and incorporating scientific uncertainty in decision making.” Synthesis and Assessment Product 5.2. U.S. Climate Change Science Program. Publisher's Version

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