Academic Publications

David Keith, John Dykema, Haijun Hu, Larry Lapson, and James Anderson. 2001. “An Airborne Interferometer for Atmospheric Emission and Solar Absorption.” Applied Optics, 40, Pp. 5463-5473. Publisher's Version
J. A. Edmonds, J. F. Clarke, J. J. Dooley, D. C. Thomas, B. P. Flannery, J. C. Stringer, C. Creutz, E. Fujita, J. A. Spearot, J. Turner, David Keith, L. E. Manzer, H. H. Kung, P. R. Gruber, J. W. Frost, K. M. Draths, D. R. Knop, M. K. Harrup, J. L. Barker, and W. Niu. 2001. “Carbon Management: Implications for R&D in the Chemical Sciences and Technology: A Workshop Report to the Chemical Sciences Roundtable.” National Academies Press (US). Publisher's Version
T. L. Johnson and David Keith. 2001. “Electricity from Fossil Fuels Without CO2 Emissions: Assessing the Costs of Carbon Dioxide Capture and Sequestration in US Electricity Markets.” Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 51, Pp. 1452-1459.
David Keith. 2001. “Geoengineering.” Nature, 409, Pp. 420. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2001. “Geoengineering and carbon management: Is there a meaningful distinction?.” GD. Williams, B. Durie, P. McMullan, C. Paulson and A. Smith Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference, Collingwood, Australia: CSIRO Publishing. Publisher's Version
Alex Farrell and David Keith. 2001. “Hydrogen as a transportation fuel.” Environment, 43, 3, Pp. 43-45. Publisher's Version
David Keith and M. Granger Morgan. 2001. “Industrial Carbon Management: A Review of the Technology and its Implications for Climate Policy.” J. Katzenberger Elements of Change 2001, Aspen CO: Aspen Global Change Institute. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2001. “Industrial Carbon Management: An Overview.” T. J. Marks Carbon Management: Implications for R&D in the Chemical Sciences and Technology, Washington, DC: National Academies Press. Publisher's Version
Joseph DeCarolis and David Keith. 2001. “The Real Cost of Wind Energy.” Science, 294, Pp. 1000-1002. Publisher's Version
David Keith and Alex Farrell. 2001. “Regulating Transportation Emissions.” S. Farrow Rx for Regulation, Pittsburgh: Center for the Study & Improvement of Regulation, Carnegie Mellon University. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2001. “Sinks, Energy Crops, and Land Use: Coherent Climate Policy Demands an Integrated Analysis of Biomass.” Climatic Change, 49, Pp. 1-10. Publisher's Version
David Keith and Susan Poole. 2001. “Who is Richard Feynman and why are they writing a play about him?.” Performance Today. Publisher's Version
David Keith and Edward Parson. 2000. “A Breakthrough in Climate Change Policy?.” Scientific American, Pp. 78-79. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2000. “The Earth is Not Yet an Artifact.” IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 19, Pp. 25-28. Publisher's Version
David Keith. 2000. “Geoengineering the Climate: History and Prospect.” Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, 25, Pp. 245-284. Publisher's Version
Haijun Hu, John Dykema, David Keith, Larry Lapson, James Anderson, Robert Knuteson, and William Smith. 2000. “Intercomparison of atmospheric radiance measurements by two fourier transform spectrometers flown on the NASA ER-2.” IRS2000: Current Problems in Atmospheric Radiation.
David Keith. 2000. “Stratosphere-troposphere exchange: Inferences from the isotopic composition of water vapor.” Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres, 105, Pp. 15167-15174. Publisher's Version
Daniel Kirk-Davidoff, Eric Hintsa, James Anderson, and David Keith. 1999. “The effect of climate change on ozone depletion through changes in stratospheric water vapor.” Nature, 402, Pp. 399-401. Publisher's Version
Haijun Hu, L. Larrabee Strow, David Keith, and James Anderson. 1999. “Validation of Radiative Transfer for Atmospheric Temperature Sensing.” 10th conference on atmospheric radiation, Madison, WI. Publisher's Version
E. A. Parson and David Keith. 1998. “Fossil fuels without CO2 emissions.” Science, 282, 5391, Pp. 1053-1054. Publisher's Version