DGE Researcher Profile
Katharine (Kate) Ricke
Ph.D, Carnegie Mellon University, Engineering & Public Policy, 2011S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Earth, Atmospheric & Planetary Science, 2004 Research Interests: Climate Modeling; Climate, Energy and Environmental Policy; Regional Climate Change & Inequity; Modeling international relations and economics of climate change (esp, agent-based and game theoretic); Climate Engineering/Geoengineering; Ocean Acidification & Coral Reefs
Kravitz, B., D.G. MacMartin, A. Robock, P.J. Rasch, K.L Ricke., J.N. Cole, C.L. Curry, P.J. Irvine, D. Ji, D.W. Keith, J.E. Kristjánsson, J.C. Moore, H. Muri, B. Singh, S. Tilmes, S. Watanabe, S. Yang and J.H. Yoon A multi-model assessment of regional climate disparities caused by solar geoengineering. Environmental Research Letters 9:074013.
Caldeira, K. and K.L Ricke. 2013. Prudence on solar climate engineering. Nature Climate Change 3 941-941.
Ricke, K.L., D. J. Rowlands, W.J. Ingram, D.W. Keith, and M.G. Morgan. 2012. Effectiveness of stratospheric solar-radiation management as a function of climate sensitivity. Nature Climate Change 2:92–96.
Morgan, M.G. and K.L. Ricke. 2010. Cooling the Earth Through Solar Radiation Management: The need for research and an approach to its governance. An Opinion Piece for the International Risk Governance Council.