Matei Georgescu
Matei Georgescu
Associate Professor, Arizona State University
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Urban adaptation can roll back warming of emerging megapolitan regions
M Georgescu, PE Morefield, BG Bierwagen, CP Weaver
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (8), 2909-2914, 2014
3492014
Direct climate effects of perennial bioenergy crops in the United States
M Georgescu, DB Lobell, CB Field
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (11), 4307, 2011
2162011
Anthropogenic heating of the urban environment due to air conditioning
F Salamanca, M Georgescu, A Mahalov, M Moustaoui, M Wang
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 119 (10), 5949-5965, 2014
1832014
Summer-time climate impacts of projected megapolitan expansion in Arizona
M Georgescu, M Moustaoui, A Mahalov, J Dudhia
Nature Climate Change 3 (1), 37-41, 2013
1572013
An alternative explanation of the semiarid urban area “oasis effect”
M Georgescu, M Moustaoui, A Mahalov, J Dudhia
Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 116 (D24), D24113, 2011
1062011
Opinion: urban resilience efforts must consider social and political forces
H Eakin, LA Bojórquez-Tapia, MA Janssen, M Georgescu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (2), 186-189, 2017
972017
Impacts of land use and land cover change on regional climate: a case study in the agro-pastoral transitional zone of China
Q Cao, D Yu, M Georgescu, Z Han, J Wu
Environmental Research Letters 10 (12), 124025, 2015
962015
Diurnal interaction between urban expansion, climate change and adaptation in US cities
ES Krayenhoff, M Moustaoui, AM Broadbent, V Gupta, M Georgescu
Nature Climate Change 8 (12), 1097-1103, 2018
942018
Rising temperatures, human health, and the role of adaptation
DM Hondula, RC Balling, JK Vanos, M Georgescu
Current climate change reports 1 (3), 144-154, 2015
912015
Development of a national anthropogenic heating database with an extrapolation for international cities
DJ Sailor, M Georgescu, JM Milne, MA Hart
Atmospheric Environment 118, 7-18, 2015
852015
A global geospatial ecosystem services estimate of urban agriculture
N Clinton, M Stuhlmacher, A Miles, N Uludere Aragon, M Wagner, ...
Earth's Future 6 (1), 40-60, 2018
842018
Using Landsat and nighttime lights for supervised pixel-based image classification of urban land cover
R Goldblatt, MF Stuhlmacher, B Tellman, N Clinton, G Hanson, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 205, 253-275, 2018
792018
Seasonal hydroclimatic impacts of Sun Corridor expansion
M Georgescu, A Mahalov, M Moustaoui
Environmental Research Letters 7 (3), 2012
762012
A multi-method and multi-scale approach for estimating city-wide anthropogenic heat fluxes
WTL Chow, F Salamanca, M Georgescu, A Mahalov, JM Milne, ...
Atmospheric environment 99, 64-76, 2014
662014
Citywide impacts of cool roof and rooftop solar photovoltaic deployment on near-surface air temperature and cooling energy demand
F Salamanca, M Georgescu, A Mahalov, M Moustaoui, A Martilli
Boundary-Layer Meteorology 161 (1), 203-221, 2016
592016
Challenges associated with projecting urbanization-induced heat-related mortality
DM Hondula, M Georgescu, RC Balling Jr
Science of the total environment 490, 538-544, 2014
582014
Assessing summertime urban air conditioning consumption in a semiarid environment
F Salamanca, M Georgescu, A Mahalov, M Moustaoui, M Wang, ...
Environmental Research Letters 8 (3), 034022, 2013
562013
Climatic effects of 30 years of landscape change over the Greater Phoenix, Arizona, region: 1. Surface energy budget changes
M Georgescu, G Miguez-Macho
Journal of geophysical research 114, D05110, 2009
562009
A sweet deal? Sugarcane, water and agricultural transformation in Sub-Saharan Africa
TM Hess, J Sumberg, T Biggs, M Georgescu, D Haro-Monteagudo, ...
Global Environmental Change 39, 181-194, 2016
542016
Potential impact of US biofuels on regional climate
M Georgescu, DB Lobell, CB Field
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (21), L21806, 2009
542009
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