Forrest Scott Schoessow's research while affiliated with The Ohio State University and other places

Publications (3)

Article
Extreme heat events are one of the deadliest weather-related hazards in the United States and are increasing in frequency and severity due to anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions. Further, some subpopulations may be more vulnerable than others due to social, economic, and political factors that create disparities in hazard impacts and responses....
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Our limited knowledge of the timing and pattern of early Holocene climate variability in the tropical Andes hinders our ability to evaluate any potential linkages between low and high latitude oceanic-atmospheric dynamics. There is mounting evidence that glaciers in the Peruvian Andes stabilized at times during the early Holocene, suggesting there...

Citations

... The model also requires gridded surfaces for aspect and slope values that were calculated using the spatial analyst tools in ArcGIS 10.4.1. The model ran on the Cygwin64 C compiler following the approach of Stansell et al. (2022). The model ran with degree-day factors (DDFs) for ice and snow of 7 and 3.5 mmw. ...