149. Ebi, K. L and Yohe, G., “Adaptation in First and Second Best Worlds”, SciVerse Science Direct, Environmental Sustainability, 2013.
150. Kunreuther, H, Heal, G., Allen, M., Edenhofer, O., Field, C., and Yohe, G., “Risk Management and Climate Change”, Nature Climate Change, March 2013.
151. Stone, D., Auffhammer, M., Carey, M., Hansen, G., Huggel, C., Cramer, W., Lobell, D., Molau, U., Solow, A., Tibig, L., and Yohe, G., “The Challenge to Detect and Attribute Effects of Climate Change on Human and Natural Systems”, Climatic Change 121: 381-396, August, 2013, 2013.
152. Yohe, G. and Hope, C., “Some Thoughts on the Value Added from a New Round of Climate Change Damage Estimates”, Climatic Change 117: 451-465, 2013.
153. Yohe, G., “Climate Change Adaptation – a Risk-Management Approach” Chapter 29 in Atkinson, G., Bietz, S., Neumayer, E. and Agarwala, M. (eds), Handbook of Sustainable Development (2nd edition), Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2013, ISBN: 978 1 78254 469 2.
154. Woodhall, C.W., Domke, G.M., Riley, K.L., Oswalt, C.M., Crocker, S.J., and Yohe, G., “A Framework for Assessing Global Change Risks to US Forest Carbon Stocks”, PLO SONE, 2014.
155. Anderegg, W., Callaway, E., Boykoff, M.T., Yohe, G., Root, T., “Awareness of Both Type I and II Errors in Climate Science and Assessment”, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 2014.
156. Yohe, G., “Economics of Climate Change”, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (2nd edition; Wright, J, ed.), Oxford, UK, Elsevier Limited, forthcoming in 2014.
157. Ojima, D.S., Iverson, L.R., Sohngen, B.L., Vose, J.M., Woodhall, C.W., Domke, G.M., Peterson, D.L., Littell, J.S., Matthews, S.N., Prasad, A.M., Peters, M.P., Yohe, G.W., Friggens, M.M., “Risk Assessment” in Climate Change and United States Forests (Peterson, D.L., Vose, J.M., and Patel-Weynand, T. (eds.), Springer Publishers, Dordrechi, NE, 2014.
158. Melillo, J, Richmond, T.C., and Yohe, G., and many others, Third National Climate Assessment, the White House, United States Global Change Research Program and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, May 6, 2014 (Overall report, Highlights, Overview, and Regional Reports available at www.nca2014.globalchange.gov).
159. Horton, R. and Yohe, G., Easterling, W., Kates, R., Ruth, M., Sussman, E., Whelchel, A., and Wolfe, D., “Northeast Region” in the Third National Climate Assessment, the White House, United States Global Change Research Program and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, May 6, 2014 (part of the Overall report and summarized in Highlights, Overview, and the Northeast Regional Report; https://nca2014.globalchange.gov.
160. Yohe, G., “Thoughts on the Context of Adaptation to Climate Change” in Palutikof, Boulter, Barnett and Rissik (eds.), Applied Studies in Climate Adaptation, Oxford University Press, fall 2014.
161. Yohe, G., “Thoughts on the Limits of Adaptation” in Palutikof, J., Boulter, S, and Rissik, D. (eds.), Applied Studies in Climate Adaptation, Oxford, UK, Wiley-Blackwell, 2014.
162. Yohe, G., “Some Extending Thoughts on “Thinking Globally and Siting Locally” – Renewable Energy and Biodiversity in a Rapidly Warming World”, Climatic Change 126: 7-11, 2014.
163. Yohe, G., “Climate Change Adaptation: A Risk Management Approach”, Chapter 29 in Handbook of Sustainable Development, Atkinson (ed), Cambridge, 2014.
164. Cramer, W., Yohe, G., Auffhammer, M., Huggel, C., Molau, U., Assuncao Faus da Silvia Dias, M., Solow, A., Stone, D., and Tibig, L., “Detection and Attribution of Observed Impacts”, Chapter 18 in Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulernability. Part A: Global and Sectoral 14, Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the IPCC, Cambridge, 2014,
165. Burkett, V., Suarez, A, Bindi, M., Conde, C., Mukerji, R., Prather, M., Lera St. Clair, A, and Yohe, G., “Point of Departure”, Chapter 1 in Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulernability. Part A: Global and Sectoral Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the IPCC, Cambridge, 2014.
166. Yohe, G. (with many other members of the NPCC), “NPCC 2015: Building the Knowledge Base for Climate Resiliency”, New York Panel on Climate Change 2015 Report, Rosenzweig and Solecki (eds), Ann. N.Y Acad. Sci, 1336: 1-149.
167. Saxena, A., Guneralp,B., Ballis, R., Yohe, G., Chadwick, O., “Evaluating the resilience of forest dependent communities in Central India by combining the sustainable livelihoods framework and cross-scale resilience analysis”, Current Science: 110(7), 1195-1206, 2016.
168. Ebi, K., Ziska, L, Yohe, G., “The shape of impacts to come: lessons and opportunities for adaptation from uneven increases in global and regional temperature”, Climatic Change 139: 341-349, 2016.
169. O’Neill, B.C., Oppenheimer, M., Warren, R., Hallegatte, S., Kopp, R., Portner, H., Scholes, R., Birkmann, J., Foden, W., Licher, R., Mach, K., Marbaiz, P., Mastrandrea, M., Price, J., Takahashi, K., van Ypersele, J-P., and Yohe, G., “IPCC Reasons for Concern regarding climate change risks”, Nature Climate Change 7: 38-37, 2017.
170. Yohe, G., “A Strong Rebuttal to an Op-Ed by Senator Rand Paul”, May 22, 2017, Fox News Opinion.
171. Yohe, G., “Making Infrastructure Great Again Means Acknowledging Climate Change”, Huffington Post, July 12, 2017.
172. Yohe, G., “Trump’s Rejection of the National Climate Report would do More Damage than Exiting the Paris Agreement”, The Conversation, August 16, 2017.
173. Yohe, G. and Ebi, K., “Doctors Must Respond to Changes in the Political Climate of Climate Change”, STATnews First Opinion, August 22, 2017.
174. Yohe, G. “Why is this missing? @realDonaldTrump #prepare Get prepared! The worst is yet to come”, World Government Research Network, 2017.
175. Yohe, G., “Characterizing Transient Temperature Trajectories for Assessing the Value of Achieving Alternative Temperature Targets”, Climatic Change, 145: 469-479, 2017.
176. Yohe, G., “The climate science report Trump hoped to ignore will resonate outside of Washington, DC”, The Conversation, November 8, 2017, http://theconversation.com/the-climate-science-report-trump-hoped-to-ignore-will-resonate-outside-of-washington-dc-86994. 15
177. Travis, W., Smith, J., Yohe, G., “Moving toward 1.5°C of warming: implications for climate adaptation strategies”, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, forthcoming, 2018.
178. Yohe, G. with many others on the Committee to Review the Draft Fourth National Climate Assessment, Review of the Draft Fourth National Climate Assessment, National Academies of Sciences, March 12, 2018, Washington, DC, https://NAS.edu .