Biographical Information
ERIC JAMES BARRON
President, Penn State

Date and Place of Birth:

26 October 1951, Lafayette, Indiana

Education:
Degree, year University, area of study
B.S., 1973 Florida State University (Geology)
M.S., 1976 University of Miami (Oceanography)
Ph.D., 1980 University of Miami (Oceanography)
Positions:
Year(s) Position
1980 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado
1981—85 Scientist I & II, Climate Section, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado
1985—86 Associate Professor, University of Miami
1986—2002 Director, Earth System Science Center Penn State
1989—2006 Professor of Geosciences, the Pennsylvania State University
1998—2002 Director, EMS Environment Institute, Penn State
2002—06 Dean, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Penn State
2006—08 Dean, Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin
2008—10 Director, National Center for Atmospheric Research
2010—14 President, Florida State University
2014— President, The Pennsylvania State University
Professional Societies:
Affiliation Professional Society Name
Fellow American Geophysical Union
Fellow American Meteorological Society
Fellow Geological Society of America
Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science
Member Phi Kappa Phi
Member Phi Beta Kappa
Member Golden Key
Honors:
Year(s) Honor name
1969—73 Honors Student, Florida State University
1975—77 Texaco Fellow
1976 National Center for Atmospheric Research Supercomputing Fellow
1977—78 Outstanding Student Award, Miami Geological Society
1979—80 Koczy Fellowship (most outstanding student in last year of study)
1980 Smith Prize (most creative dissertation)
1988 Excellence of Presentation Award, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists
1989 Honorable Mention for Excellence of Presentation Award, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists
1992 Wilson Research Award, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Penn State
1992, 1993 Provost Award for Collaborative Instruction and Curricular Innovations
1993 Excellence of Presentation Award, Society of Sedimentary Geology (SEPM)
1993 Fellow, American Geophysical Union
1993 Honorable Mention for Excellence of Presentation (Poster), American Association of Petroleum Geologists
1995 Fellow, American Meteorological Society
1997 American Association of Petroleum Geologist’s Distinguished Lecturer
1999 Wilson Teaching Award, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Penn State
1999 NASA Outstanding Earth Science Education Product ("Discover Earth: Earth-as-a-System")
1999 Distinguished Professor of Geosciences, Penn State
2001 NASA Group Achievement Award for "Research Strategy for the Earth Science Enterprise"
2002 Fellow, the National Institute for Environmental eScience, Cambridge University, United Kingdom
2002 Frontiers in Geophysics Lecture, American Geophysical Union
2003 NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal
2004 Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
2006 Jackson Chair in Earth System Science, University of Texas at Austin
2008 Fellow, Geological Society of America
2010 Circle of Gold, Florida State Alumni Association
2012 Bridge Builders Leadership Award, Martin Luther King Foundation of Florida
2012 NASPA-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, Region III—President's Award

Related Experience:

Publications
Year(s) Experience
1982—1989 Member, Editorial Board, Geology
1984—1985 Member, Editorial Board, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
1985—1991 Editor in Chief, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
1988—1996 Editor, Global and Planetary Change
1989—1995 Associate Editor, Journal of Climate
1991 Member, American Geophysical Union, Selection Committee Paleoceanography Editor
1992— Member, Editorial Board, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology
1994—1996 Member, Editorial Board, Geotimes
1994—2000 Member, Editorial Board, Consequences
1995, 1997 Chair, American Geophysical Union, Selection Committee, Biogeochemical Cycles Editor
1995—1999 Editor-in-Chief, Earth Interactions (electronic journal of AMS, AGU and AAG)
1998 Editorial Board, Oxford University Press, Global Change Encyclopedia
Service to University Science Consortia
Year(s) Service
2002—2008 Trustee, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
2003—2007 Board of Governors, Joint Oceanographic Institutions, Inc.
2007—2008 Trustee, Consortium for Ocean Leadership, Inc.
2008 Chair, Board of Trustees, Consortium for Ocean Leadership, Inc.
2008 Chair, Board of Trustees, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
2011 Chair, Council of Presidents, University Research Association
Service to Societies
Year(s) Service
1986—1990 Member, American Meteorological Society Committee on Climate Variations
1988—1991 Chair, American Meteorological Society Committee on Climate Variations
1988—1990 Member, Global Sedimentary Geology Program Committee, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists
1991 Chair, Penrose Conference Committee, Geological Society of America
1990—1991 Member, American Geophysical Union, Maurice Ewing Medal Subcommittee
1991—1996 Chair, American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting Program Committee for Global Change
1994 Member, American Geophysical Union, Small Science Panel
1995—2002 Member, American Geophysical Union Atmospheric Sciences Executive Committee
1998 Citation Author-American Geophysical Union, Revelle Medal
1998— Member, American Geophysical Union, Horton Award Sub-committee
2003 Member, American Meteorological Society, Mid-term Strategic Planning Assessment team
2005 Chair, American Geophysical Union, NASA Vision Panel
2008 Member, American Assoc. Petroleum Geologists Climate Change Committee
2008—2009 Member, AMS 2010 Annual Meeting Organizing Committee
National Research Council
Year(s) National Research Council
1987—1990 Member, Climate Research Committee
1990—1996 Chair, Climate Research Committee
1989 Member, Study Committee on Earth System History and Modeling, Global Change Committee
1990—1994 Member, Board on Global Change Research
1992—1996 Member, Committee on Human Dimensions of Global Change
1995—1997 Member, Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate
1997—1999 Co-Chair, Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate
1999—2003 Chair, Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate
1997—2002 Ex-officio, Committee on Global Change Research
1998—2000 Member, Panel on Grand Environmental Challenges
1999 Member, Panel on Assessment of NASA Post-2000 Plans
2002—2003 Member, Panel on Tracking and Predicting the Atmospheric Dispersion of Material Releases: Implications for Homeland Security
2003—2004 Chair, Committee on Metrics for Global Change Research
2004—2006 Member, Survey Steering Committee for Earth Science and Applications from Space: A Community Assessment and Strategy for the Future Chair, Panel on Climate Change and Variability
2006—2007 Member, Committee on Analysis of Global Change Assessments
2008—2009 Member, Energy Externalities Committee
2010—2012 Chair, Committee on Ocean Infrastructure Strategy for U.S. Ocean Research in 2030
Service to the Federal Government
Year(s) Service to the Federal Government
1988 Member, NSF Review Panel, Ocean Drilling Program Plan, FY 1988 1990
1988—1990 Member, Ocean History Panel, NSF Ocean Drilling Program
1990—1994 Member, Science Executive Committee, NASA Earth Observing System
1994—1997 Chair, Science Executive Committee, NASA Earth Observing System
1990—1994 Chair, Climate and Hydrology Panel, NASA Earth Observing System
1990—1993 National Center for Atmospheric Research Scientific Computing Division Advisory Committee
1990—1993 Chair, NSF Advisory Committee, Marine Aspects of Earth System History (MESH)
1989—1993 Climate Systems Modeling Project Advisory Board
1991—1993 Member, NSF Review Panel for Geological Record of Global Change
1992—1993 Member, Earth Science and Applications Advisory Committee, NASA
1993 Chair, Earth Science and Applications Advisory Committee, NASA
1994—1997 Member, Earth Science and Applications Advisory Committee, NASA
1994—1995 National Center for Atmospheric Research Director's Advisory Committee
1994 Chair, USGCRP Forum on Global Change Modeling
1994—1996 Chair, U.S. National Committee for PAGES and NSF Earth System History Panel
1995—1996 Chair, Allocation Panel for Interagency Climate Simulation Laboratory
1995 Testimony, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Science, NASA Budget
1997 Testimony, U.S. Senate, Committee on the Environment and Public Works – Global Warming
1997—1999 Member, NSF Geosciences Advisory Committee
1997 Chair, NSF Committee of Visitors on Ocean Sciences Facilities
1997 Co-Chair, White House/USGCRP workshop on "Impact on Climate Variation in the Mid Atlantic States"
1997—2000 Member, USGCRP National Assessment of Climate Impacts Synthesis Team
1998—2000 Member, NSF Geosciences Strategic Planning Committee GEO-2000
1998—1999 Member, NOAA Panel on Long Term Climate Monitoring
1999—2005 Member, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Director’s Advisory Committee
2000—2001 Member, DOE BERAC Subcommittee on Global Change
2000 Chair, Screening Committee, Director of Earth Sciences, Goddard Space Flight Center
2000 Member, EPA Review Panel, Integrated Assessment
2000 Member, DOE Review Panel, Climate Change Prediction
2001 U.S. Senate Testimony on Climate Change Science– Committee on the Environment and Public Works
2001 Testimony, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Science- NOAA Budget
2001 Briefing, U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Science-Climate Change Science
2003 Member, NSF Steering Committee for Cyberinfrastructure Research and Development in the Atmospheric Sciences
2003—2005 Member, Earth Science and Applications Advisory Committee, NASA
2005 Chair, NASA Senior Review for the Earth Sciences
2006 Chair, NSF Earth System History Review panel
2007 Member, Screening Committee, Geosciences Associate Director, NSF
2008 Chair, External Review Committee, NOAA Climate Services Plan
2008 Chair, Steering Committee, Options for a National Climate Service, NOAA
2009- Member, NOAA Science Advisory Board
International Service
Year(s) International Service
1982—1987 Chair, International Geological Correlation Program (IGCP), Project 191, "Cretaceous Paleoclimatic Atlas Project"
1982—1986 Member, International Lithosphere Program (ILP), Working Group 7 "Paleoenvironmental Evolution of the Oceans and the Atmosphere"
1982—1986 Participant, Conference on Scientific Ocean Drilling (COSOD) Organizer, Penrose Conference on Cretaceous Climates
1982—1986 Member, SCOR Working Group 79, "Geological Variations in Carbon Dioxide and the Carbon Cycle"
1986—1987 Member, Global Environmental Change Panel for Conference on Scientific Ocean Drilling (COSOD II)
1988—1990 Organizer, Global Sedimentary Geology Working Group on Paleogeography and Paleoclimatology
1995 International Review Member, Ocean Drilling Program
1996—1997 Member, Joint Steering Committee, World Climate Research Program
Other Related Experience
Year(s) Experience
1980 Shipboard Scientist, RV Glomar Challenger Leg 75
1998 Chief Scientist, RV Oceanus
1998—2002 Elected, two terms, State College Area School Director
Papers (non-refereed articles are in italics)
Year(s) Papers (non-refereed articles are in italics)
1975 Wanless, H., E.J. Barron and J. Rine. A Progress Report on Sediments and Sedimentation in Inland Waterways, Marco Islands, Florida. Scientific Report, University of Miami, pp. 48.
1976 Barron, E.J. Suspended Sedimentation Processes, Marco Island, Florida. University of Miami Technical Report 76 9, pp. 182.
1977 Barron, E.J. Experimentation with Meridional Heat Transport Formulations in the Schneider and Gal Chen Energy Balance Climate Model. NCAR Technical Note 119: 25 39.
1978 Barron, E.J., C.G.A. Harrison and W.W. Hay. A Revised Reconstruction of the Southern Continents. Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 59:436 449.
1979 Barron, E.J. and C.G.A. Harrison. Reconstruction of the Campbell Plateau and the Lord Howe Rise. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 45:87 92.
1979 Harrison, C.G.A., E.J. Barron and W.W. Hay. Mesozoic Evolution of the Antarctic Peninsula and the Southern Andes. Geology, 7:374 378.
1980 Barron, E.J. and C.G.A. Harrison. An Analysis of Past Plate Motions: The South Atlantic and Indian Oceans. In P.A. Davies and S.K. Runcorn (eds.), Mechanisms of Continental Drift and Plate Tectonics, Academic Press, p. 89 109.
1980 Barron, E.J. J.L. Sloan and C.G.A. Harrison. Potential Significance of Land Sea Distribution and Surface Albedo Variations as a Climatic Forcing Factor: 180 M.Y. to the Present. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 30:17 40.
1981 Barron, E.J. Paleogeography as a Climatic Forcing Factor. Geologische Rundschau Band 70, Heft 2, 737 747.
1981 Barron, E.J. and J.M. Whitman. Oceanic Sediments in Space and Time. In The Sea, Vol. 7, Emiliani, ed., J. Wiley and Sons, New York, pp. 689 731.
1981 Barron, E.J., C.G.A. Harrison, J.L. Sloan and W.W. Hay. Paleogeography, 180 M.Y. to the Present. Eclogae Geologae Helvetae, 74:443 470.
1981 Barron, E.J., S.L. Thompson and S. H. Schneider. Ice free Cretaceous Climate? Results from Model Simulations. Science, 212:501 508.
1981 Hay, W.W., E.J. Barron., J.L. Sloan and J.R. Southam. Continental Drift and the Global Pattern of Sedimentation. Geologische Rundschau Band 70, Heft 1, 301 313.
1981 Thompson, S.L. and E.J. Barron. Comparison of Cretaceous and Present Earth Albedos: Implications for Paleoclimates. Journal of Geology, 89:143 167.
1982 Barron, E.J. and W.M. Washington. The Atmospheric Circulation During Warm, Geologic Periods: Is the Equator to Pole Surface Temperature Gradient the Controlling Factor? Geology, 10:633 636.
1982 Barron, E.J. and W.M. Washington. Cretaceous Climate: A Comparison of Atmospheric Simulations with the Geologic Record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 40:103 133
1982 Hay, W.W., J.F. Behensky, E.J. Barron and J.L. Sloan. Triassic Liassic Paleoclimatology of the Proto Central North Atlantic Rift System. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 40:13 30.
1982 Hay, W.W., J. C. Sibuet and Leg 75 Scientific Party. 1982: Sedimentation and Accumulation of Organic Carbon in the Angola Basin and on Walvis Ridge: Preliminary Results of Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 75. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 93:1038 1050.
1982 Saltzman, E. and E.J. Barron. Deep Circulation in the Late Cretaceous: Oxygen Isotope Paleotemperatures from Inoceramus Remains in DSDP cores. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 40:167 182.
1983 Barron, E.J. A Warm, Equable Cretaceous: The Nature of the Problem. Earth Science Reviews, 19:305 338.
1983 Barron, E.J. The Oceans and Atmosphere During Warm Geologic Periods. Proceedings of the Joint Oceanographic Assembly 1982 General Symposia, Canadian National Committee/Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 64 71.
1983 Leg 75 Shipboard Scientific Party (including E.J. Barron). Site 530, Site 531, Site 532. In Hay, W.W. and J. C. Sibuet et al., Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, v. 75.
1983 Steinmetz, J.C., E.J. Barron., A. Boersma, B. Keating, C. McNulty, C. Sancetta and H. Stradner. Summary of Biostratigraphy and Magnetostratigraphy of Deep Sea Drilling Project Leg 75. In Hay, W.W. and J. C. Sibuet et al., Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, v. 75, p. 449 458.
1984 Barron, E.J. Climatic Implications of the Variable Obliquity Explanation of Cretaceous Paleogene High Latitude Floras. Geology, 12:595 598.
1984 Barron, E.J. and W.M. Washington. The Role of Geographic Variables in Explaining Paleoclimates: Results from Cretaceous Climate Model Sensitivity Studies. Journal of Geophysical Research, 89:1267 1279.
1984 Barron, E.J., W.W. Hay and E.G. Kauffman. Penrose Conference Report Cretaceous Climates, 2 7 October 1983, Florissant, Colorado. Geology, 12:377 378.
1984 Barron, E.J., E. Saltzman and D.A. Price. Inoceramus: Occurrence in the South Atlantic and Oxygen Isotopic Paleotemperatures at Hole 530A. In Hay, W.W. and J. C. Sibuet, et al., Initial Reports of the Deep Sea Drilling Project, v. 75, p. 893 904.
1984 Barron, E.J., S.L. Thompson and W.W. Hay. Continental distribution as a forcing factor for global-scale temperature. Nature, 310:574 575.
1984 Berner, R.A. and E.J. Barron. Factors Affecting Atmospheric CO2 and Temperature Over the Past 100 Million Years: Comments on the BLAG Model. American Journal of Science, 284:1183 1192.
1985 Barron, E.J. Ancient Climates: Investigations with Climate Models. Reports on Progress in Physics, 47:1563 1599.
1985 Barron, E.J. Climate Models: Applications for the Pre Pleistocene. In Historic and Paleoclimatic Analysis and Modeling, A.D. Hecht, ed., J. Wiley & Sons, pp. 397 421.
1985 Barron, E.J. Explanations of the Tertiary global cooling trend. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 50:45 62.
1985 Barron, E.J. Numerical Climate Modeling: A Frontier in Petroleum Source Rock Prediction. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 69:448 459.
1985 Barron, E.J. and W.M. Washington. Warm Cretaceous Climates: High Atmospheric CO2 as a Plausible Mechanism. The Carbon Cycle and Atmospheric CO2: Natural Variations Archean to Present, Geophysical Monograph 32:546 553.
1985 Barron, E.J., M.A. Arthur and E.G. Kauffman. Cretaceous Rhythmic Bedding Sequences: A Plausible Link Between Orbital Variations and Climate. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 72:327 340.
1985 Schneider, S.H., S.L. Thompson, and E.J. Barron. Mid Cretaceous, Continental Surface Temperatures: Are High CO2 Concentrations Needed to Simulate Above Freezing Winter Conditions. The Carbon Cycle on Atmospheric CO2: Natural Variations Archean to Present, Geophysical Monograph 32:554 560.
1986 Barron, E.J. Mathematical Climate Models: Insights into the Relationship Between Climate and Economic Sedimentary Deposits. Society Econ. Mineralogists and Paleontologists Short Course No. 18 (J. T. Parrish and Eric Barron), 162 pp.
1986 Barron, E.J. Modeling in Paleoceanography. Surveys in Geophysics, 8:1 2.
1986 Barron, E.J. Physical Paleoceanography: A Status Report. Mesozoic and Cenozoic Oceans, American Geophysical Union, pp. 1 9.
1986 Glancy, T.J., E.J. Barron and M.A. Arthur. An Initial Study of the Sensitivity of Modeled Cretaceous Climate to Cyclical Insolation Forcing, Paleoceanography, 1:523 538.
1987 Barron, E.J. Cretaceous Plate Tectonic Reconstructions. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 59:3 29.
1987 Barron, E.J. Eocene Equator to Pole Surface Ocean Temperatures: A Significant Climate Problem. Paleoceanography, 2:729 739.
1987 Barron, E.J. Explaining Glacial Periods. Nature, 329:764 765.
1987 Barron, E.J. Nuclear Waste Disposal: A Climate Problem? An Editorial. Climate Change, 10:107 109.
1987 IGCP 191 (E. Barron, organizer). Global Cretaceous Paleogeography International Geologic Correlation Program 191, Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 59:207 214.
1988 Covey, C.C. and E.J. Barron. The Role of Ocean Heat Transport in Climatic Change. Earth Sciences Review, 24:429 445.
1989 Barron, E.J. Climate Variations and the Appalachians from the Late Paleozoic to the Present: Results from Model Simulations. Geomorphology, 2(1 3):99 118.
1989 Barron, E.J. Earth's Shrouded Future: The Unfinished Forecast of Global Warming. Sciences, Sept/Oct issue, pp. 14 20.
1989 Barron, E.J. Pre Pleistocene Climates: Data and Models, In: A. Berger et al. (eds.), Climate and Geo Sciences, pp. 3-19 Kluwer Academic Publishers.
1989 Barron, E.J. Severe Storms During Earth History. Geological Society of America, Bull., 101: 601 612.
1989 Barron, E.J. Studies of Cretaceous Climates, In: A. Berger, et al., (eds.), Understanding Climate Change, pp. 149 157. Geophysical Monograph Series 52, UGG Volume 7, American Geophysical Union.
1989 Barron, E.J. and Peterson, W.H. Model Simulation of the Cretaceous Ocean Circulation. Science, 244:684 686.
1989 Barron, E.J., W.W. Hay and S. Thompson. The Hydrologic Cycle: A Major Variable During Earth History. Global and Planetary Change, vol. 1, no. 3, 157 174.
1989 Shinn, R. A. and E.J. Barron. Climate Sensitivity to Continental Ice Sheet Size and Configuration. Journal of Climate, 2(12):1517 1537.
1990 Barron, E.J. Paleoclimatology: Modeling Ancient Climates. 1991 McGraw Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology. McGraw Hill Publishing Company, New York, p. 287-290.
1990 Barron, E.J. and L.A. Frakes. Climate Model Evidence for Variable Continental Precipitation and Its Significance for the Phosphate Problem, Chapter 21, in: W.C. Burnett and S. Riggs (eds.), Phosphate Deposits of the World, p. 260, Cambridge University Press
1990 Barron, E.J. and W.H. Peterson. Mid Cretaceous Ocean Circulation: Results from Model Sensitivity Studies. Paleoceanography, 5(3):319 337.
1990 Barron, E.J. and S.L. Thompson. Sea Level and Climate Change. Chapter 11 in: R. Revelle (ed.), Studies in Geophysics: Sea Level Change, pp. 185 192, National Academy of Sciences, National Academy Press, Washington, DC.
1990 Hay, W.W., E.J. Barron and S.L Thompson. Global Atmospheric Circulation Experiments on an Earth with Polar and Tropical Continents. Journal of Geological Society, London, 149:749-757.
1990 Hay, W.W., E.J. Barron and S.L. Thompson. Results of Global Atmospheric Circulation Experiments on an Earth with a Meridional Pole-to-Pole Continent. Journal of Geological Society, London, 147:385-392.
1990 Kruijs, E. and E.J. Barron. Climate Model Prediction of Paleoproductivity and Potential Source Rock Distribution. Deposition of Organic Facies, pp. 195-216, American Association of Petroleum Geologists.
1990 Sloan, L. C. and E.J. Barron. "Equable" Climates During Earth History. Geology, 18:489 492.
1991 Barron, E.J. Abrupt Changes and Major Reorganizations in Ocean-Atmosphere Circulation in Earth History. Advisory Panel Report on Earth System History, National Science Foundation, G. Mountain (ed.), p. 37-49.
1991 Barron, E.J. Climate and Lacustrine Petroleum Source Prediction. Special volume, Lacustrine Basin Exploration: Case Studies and Modern Analogs, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1-18.
1991 Barron, E.J. The Role of the Ocean in Climate Change: Key Limitations in Current Understanding. In: M.E. Fernau and D.W. South (eds.), Effects of Uncertainties on the Accuracy of Global Climate Change Predictions: A Survey of Recent Literature, U.S. Department of Energy, Argonne National Laboratory, 4(1-4): 15.
1991 Barron, E.J. and W.H. Peterson. The Cenozoic Ocean Circulation Based on Ocean General Circulation Model Results. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 83:1-28.
1991 Fawcett, P. and E.J. Barron. A Geological Perspective on Climatic Change: Computer Simulation of Ancient Climates. Geoscience Canada V. 18, no. 3, 111-117
1991 Sloan, L. C. and E.J. Barron. Comments and reply on "Equable climates during Earth History?" Geology, 19(5):539-542.
1992 Barron, E.J. Defining the EOS Mission: Part I--Reports from Disciplinary Science Panels. Global and Planetary Change, 98:1-2.
1992 Barron, E.J. Paleoclimatology. Chapter 24 in Understanding the Earth, C. Wilson (ed.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, pp. 485-505.
1992 Schultz, P., E.J. Barron and J.R. Sloan. Assessment of NCAR General Circulation Model Precipitation in Comparison with Observations. Global and Planetary Change, 5(4):269-310.
1992 Sloan, L.C. and E.J. Barron. A Comparison of Eocene Climate Model Results to Quantified Paleoclimatic Interpretations. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 93(3/4):183-202.
1992 Sloan, L. C. and E.J. Barron. Paleogene Climatic Evolution: A Climate Model Investigation of the Influence of Continental Elevation and Sea Surface Temperature Upon Continental Climate. Chapter 10 in D.R. Prothero and W.A. Berggren (eds.), Eocene-Oligocene Climatic and Biotic Evolution, Princeton University Press, pp. 202-217.
1993 Barron, E.J. and EOS Panel on Physical Climate and Hydrology. EOS Science Priorities for Physical Climate and Hydrology: Key Measurements. Global and Planetary Change, 7:253-278.
1993 Barron, E.J., P.J. Fawcett, D. Pollard and S.L. Thompson. Model Simulations of Cretaceous Climates: The Role of Geography and Carbon Dioxide. Phil. Trans. Royal Society of London B, 341:307-316.
1993 Barron, E.J., W.H. Peterson, D. Pollard and S.L. Thompson. Past Climate and the Role of Ocean Heat Transport: Model Simulations of Cretaceous. Paleoceanography, v. 8(6):785-798.
1993 Glancy, T.J., M.A. Arthur, E.J. Barron and E.G. Kauffman. The Model Paleoclimate of the North American Cretaceous Epicontinental Sea. In Evolution of the Cretaceous Western Interior Basin, p. 219-242. Geological Assoc. Canada Special Paper 39.
1994 Barron, E.J. Chill Over the Cretaceous. Nature, 370:415
1994 Barron, E.J. and G.T. Moore. Climate Model Application in Paleoenvironmental Analysis, Society for Sedimentary Geology, Short Course #33, pp. 339.
1994 Fawcett, P.J., E.J. Barron, V.D. Robison, and B.J. Katz. The Climatic Evolution of India and Australia from the Late Permian to Mid-Jurassic: A Comparison of Climate Model Results with the Geologic Record, Geological Society of America Special Paper, v. 288, pp. 139-148.
1994 Moore, G.T., E.J. Barron, Karen L. Bice and D.N. Hayashida. Paleoclimatic Controls on Neocomian-Barremian (Early Cretaceous) Lithostratigraphy in Northern Gondwana's Rift Lakes Interpreted from a General Circulation Model Simulation. Chapter 8 in A.Y. Huc (ed.), Paleogeography, Paleoclimate and Source Rocks, AAPG Studies in Geology 40, pp. 173-189.
1994 Moore, G.T., E.J. Barron and D.N. Hayashida. Kimmeridgian (Late Jurassic) General Lithostratigraphy and Source Rock Quality for the Western Tethys Sea Inferred from Paleoclimate Results Using a General Circulation Model. Chapter 7 in A.Y. Huc (ed.), Paleogeography, Paleoclimate and Source Rocks, AAPG Studies in Geology 40, pp. 157-172.
1995 Barron, E.J. Advances in Predicting Global Warming, The Bridge, National Academy of Engineering, 25(2): 10-15.
1995 Barron, E.J. Climate Models: How Useful for Policy Decisions, Consequences, 1 (3): 16-27.
1995 Barron, E.J. Climatic Variation in Earth History, Global Change Instructional Program, Module #108, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, 22 pp.
1995 Barron, E.J. Global Change Researchers Assess Projections of Climate Change, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union. 76(18):185, 189-190.
1995 Barron, E.J. Tropical Climate Stability and the Implications for the Distribution of Life. In: Study in Geophysics, National Academy of Sciences, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, pp. 108-117.
1995 Barron, E.J. Warmer Worlds: Global Change Lessons from Earth History, Chapter 3 in Henderson-Sellers, A. (ed.), World Survey of Climatology, v. 16, Climates of the World: A Modeling Perspective, Elsevier, p. 71-94.
1995 Barron, E.J. and P.J. Fawcett. The Climate of Pangea: A Review of Climate Model Simulations of the Permian. In: The Permian of Northern Pangea, (edited by P.A. Scholle, T.M. Peryt and D.S. Ulmer-Scholle), pp. 37-52, Springer-Verlag, New York, NY.
1995 Barron, E.J., P.J. Fawcett, W.H. Peterson, D. Pollard, and S.L. Thompson. A "Simulation" of Mid-Cretaceous Climate, Paleoceanography, V. 10, p. 953-962.
1995 Barron, E.J. The Atmosphere: Structure and Function, Chapter 5 in: The Grolier Library of Environmental Concepts and Issues, 900 p., Grolier, Inc. Danbury, CT.
1995 Barron, E.J. Climate and Temperature, Chapter 6 in: The Grolier Library of Environmental Concepts and Issues, 900 p., Grolier, Inc. Danbury, CT.
1995 Barron, E.J. Global Climate Changes, Human Intervention, Macmillian Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences, Macmillan Publishing Company, Incorporated, 1273.
1995 Dutton, J.F. and E.J. Barron. GENESIS Sensitivity to Changes in Past Vegetation, Paleoclimates: Data and Modeling, 1:325-354.
1995 Johnson, C.C., E.J. Barron, E.G. Kauffman, M.A. Arthur, P.J. Fawcett and M.K. Yasuda. Middle Cretaceous Reef Collapse Linked to Ocean Heat Transport, Geology, 24(4):376-380.
1996 Slingerland, R.L., L.R. Kump, M.A. Arthur, P.J. Fawcett, B.B. Sageman and E.J. Barron. Estuarine Circulation in the Turonian Western Interior Seaway of North America. Geological Society of American Bulletin, 108(7):941-952.
1997 Barron, E.J. Paleoclimate Modeling. Geotimes, February, pp. 44-45.
1997 Bice, K.L., L.C. Sloan, and E.J. Barron. High Resolution Global Ocean Circulation Simulation of the Early Eocene: Comparison with Foraminiferal Isotope Paleotemperatures, In: B.T. Huber, et al., (eds.), Warm Climates in Earth History, in press.
1997 Dutton, J.F. and E.J. Barron. Miocene to Present Vegetation Changes: A Possible Piece of the Cenozoic Cooling Puzzle. Geology, 25(1):39-41.
1997 Gibbs, M.T., E.J. Barron and L.R. Kump. An Atmospheric pCO2 Threshold for Glaciation in the Late Ordovician. Geology 25(5):447-450.
1997 Jenkins, G.S. and E.J. Barron. Global climate model and coupled regional climate model simulations over the eastern United States: GENESIS and RegCM2 simulations, Global and Planetary Change, 15: 3-32.
1997 Bice, K., E. Barron and W. Peterson. Continental Runoff and Early Cenozoic Bottom-Water Sources, Geology, 25 pp. 951-954.
1997 Johnson, C. C., G. Kauffman, E. Barron. Tropical Boundary Fluctuations in the Caribbean Cretaceous. Proc 8th Int Coral Reef Sym 2:1677-1680.
1998 Poulsen, C. D. Seidov, E. Barron, and W. Peterson. The impact of Paleogeographic Evolution on the Surface Circulation and the Marine Environment within the mid-Cretaceous Tethys, Paleoceanography Vol. 13, No. 5:546-559.
1998 Fawcett, P.J. and E.J. Barron. The Role of Geography and Atmospheric CO2 in Long Term Climate Change: Results from Model Simulations fro the Late Permian to the Present. In: T.J. Crowley and K.C. Burke (eds.), Tectonic Boundary Conditions for Climate Reconstructions, 21-36.
1998 Bice, K.L., Barron, E.J., and Peterson, W.H. Reconstruction of realistic Early Eocene Paleobathymetry and Ocean GCM Sensitivity to Specified Basin Configuration, In Crowley, T. and Burke, K. (Eds.) Tectonic Boundary Conditions for Climate Reconstructions, Oxford University Press, 227-247.
1998 Jenkins, G.S. and E.J. Barron. Decade-Long Coupled GCM/Regional Climate Model Simulations over the United States. 7th Conference on Climate Variations. pp. 61-64 American Meteorological Society.
1999 Yu, Z., M.N. Lakhtakia, B. Yarnal, R.A. White, D.A. Miller, B. Frakes, E.J. Barron, C. Duffy, F.W. Schwartz. Simulation of the river-basin response to atmospheric forcing by linking a mesoscale meteorological model and hydrologic model system. Journal of Hydrology 218 72-91.
1999 Yu, Z., M.N. Lakhtakia and E.J. Barron. Modeling the River-Basin Response to Single-Storm Events Simulated by a Mesoscale Meteorological Model at Various Resolutions. J. Geophysical Research, 104, No. D16:19,675-19,689.
1999 Poulsen, C.J., E.J. Barron, C.C. Johnson and P. Fawcett. Links between major climatic factors and regional oceanic circulation in the mid-Cretaceous, Chapter in Barrera, E. and C. Johnson (eds), Cretaceous Ocean Climate System, Geological Society of America, Special Paper 332.
1999 Poulsen, C. and E.J. Barron, and W.H. Peterson. A reinterpretation of mid-Cretaceous shallow marine temperatures: A greenhouse world with warm tropical oceans. Paleoceanography, 14, No. 6, pp. 679-697.
1999 PSUCLIM. (E. Barron, L. Frakes and 15 Graduate Students) The Sensitivity of Severe Storms to Climate Forcing Factors on Geologic Time Scales, Journal of Geophysical Research Volume 104, pp 27,277-27,294.
1999 PSUCLIM. (E. Barron, L. Frakes and 15 Graduate Students) Storm Activity in Ancient Climate: An analysis Using Climate Simulations and Sedimentary Structures, Journal of Geophysical Research Volume 104, Number D22, pp 27,295-27,320.
1999 Jenkins, G.S. and E.J. Barron. A Sensitivity Study of Regional Climate Model Experiments During the Summer of 1988; boundary conditions, systematic error and simulated climate over the continental United States. Global and Planetary Change, 25: 19-38.
2000 Bice, K.L., L.C. Sloan, and E.J. Barron. Comparison of Early Eocene isotopic paleotemperatures and the three-dimensional OGCM temperature field: The potential for use of model-derived surface water in: B.T. Huber, et.al., (eds.), Warm Climates in Earth History, pp 79-131.
2000 Gibbs, M.T., K.L. Bice, G.S. Jenkins, E.J. Barron and L.R. Kump. Glaciation in the Early Paleozoic “Greenhouse”: The roles of Paleogeography and Atmospheric CO2 In: B.T. Huber, et al. (eds.), Warm Climates in Earth History, pp 386-422.
2000 Fisher, A., R. Neff, E.J. Barron. The Mid-Atlantic Regional Assessment: motivation and approach. Climate Research Special 7, Vol. 14 No. 3, pp 153-159.
2000 Najjar, R.G. H.A. Walker, P.J. Anderson, E.J. Barron, R.J. Bord, J.R. Gibson, V.S. Kennedy, C.G. Knight, J.P. Magonigal, R.E. O’Conor, C.D. Polsky, N.P. Psuty, B.A. Rchards, L.G. Sorenson, E.M. Steele, R.S. Swanson. The potential impacts of climate change on the mid-Atlantic coastal region. Climate Research Special 7, Vol. 14 No. 3, pp 219-233.
2000 Jenkins, G.S. and E.J. Barron. Regional climate simulations over the continental United State during the summer of 1998 driven by a GCM and the ECMWF analyses. Global and Planetary Change Vol. 25 No. 1-2, pp19-38.
2000 Yu, Z and E.J. Barron, eds. Special Issue, Integrated study of regional climate and hydrology. Global and Planetary Change Vol 25, No 1-2
2000 Bice, K.L., C.R. Scotese, D. Seidov, and E.J. Barron. A re-examination of the role of geography and poleward heat transport in the Cenozoic climate change, Palaeogeo. Palaeoclim,. Palaeoecol. 161: 295-310.
2000 Dutton, J.F. and E.J. Barron. Intra-annual and interannual ensemble forcing of a regional climate model. Journal of Geophysical Research 105: 29,523-29,538.
2000 Yu, Z., E.J. Barron and F.W. Schwartz. Retrospective Simulation of a Storm Event: A First Step in Coupled Climate/Hydrologic Modeling. Geophysical Research Letters, Vol 27, No 16, pp 2561-2564.
2000 National Assessment Synthesis Team. Climate Change Impacts on the United States: The Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change U.S. Global Change Research Program Washington, DC 20024
2000 Yu, Z and E.J. Barron. Preface. Global and Planetary Change 25 vii-viii.
2001 Yu, Z., T.N. Carlson, E.J. Barron, and F.W. Schwartz. On evaluating the spatial temporal variation of soil moisture in the Susquehanna River Basin. Water Resources Research, Vol 37, No. 5, pp 1313-1326.
2001 Twilley, R.R., E.J. Barron, H.L. Gholz, M.A. Harwell, R.L. Miller, D.J. Reed, J.B. Rose, E.H. Siemann, R.G. Welzel, R.J. Zimmerman. Confronting Climate Change in the Gulf Coast Region. Prospects of Sustaining Our Ecological Heritage. The Union of Concerned Scientists and The Ecological Society of America.
2001 Frakes, L.A. and E.J. Barron. Phanerozoic GCM Results and Quantitative Climate Data for Australia. Australian Journal of Earth Science, H8, 643-655.
2001 Seidov, D., B.J. Haupt, E.J. Barron, and M. Maslin. Ocean bi-polar seesaw and climate: Southern versus northern meltwater impacts. In: D. Seidov, M. Maslin and B.J. Haupt (editors) The Oceans and Rapid Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future Geophysical Monograph 126, American Geophysical Union, p. 147-167.
2001 Haupt, B.J., Seidov, D., and E.J. Barron. Glacial to interglacial change of the ocean circulation and eolian transport, In: D. Seidov, M. Maslin and B.J. Haupt (editors) The Oceans and Rapid Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future Geophysical Monograph 126, American Geophysical Union, p. 169-197.
2001 Barron, E.J. and D. Seidov. Ocean Currents of Change: Introduction. Geophysical Monograph 126. American Geophysical Union
2002 Poulsen, C.J., E.J. Barron, M.A. Arthur and W.H. Peterson. Sensitivity of the mid-Cretaceous global oceanic circulation to tectonics and paleoclimate. Paleoceanography, 16: 576-592.
2002 Seidov, D., E.J. Barron, and B. Haupt. Meltwater and the global ocean conveyor: Northern versus southern connections. Global and Planetary Change, 30: 257-270.
2002 Yu, Z., Barron, E.J. and others. Evaluation of basin-scale hydrologic response to multi-storm events in the Susquehanna River Basin. Journal of Hydrology, 257: 212-225.
2002 Cosgrove, B.A., E.J. Barron, and D. Pollard. A simple dynamic vegetation model (SDVM) coupled to the GENESIS GCM. Global and Planetary Change, 32: 253-278.
2002 Barron, E.J., and D. Pollard. High-Resolution Climate Simulations of Oxygen Isotope Stage 3 in Europe. Quaternary Research, 58, 296-309.
2002 Crane, R.G., B. Yarnal, E. Barron, and B.C. Hewitson. Scale interactions and regional climate: examples from the Susquehanna River Basin. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 8(1): 147-158.
2003 Pollard, D. and E.J. Barron. Causes of Model Discrepancies in European Climate during Oxygen Isotope Stage 3 with insights from the Last Glacial Maximum. Quaternary Research, 59: 108-113.
2003 Alfano, M.J., E.J. Barron, D. Pollard, B. Huntley, and J.R.M. Allen. Comparison of climate model results with European vegetation and permafrost during oxygen isotope stage 3. Quaternary Research, 59: 97-107.
2003 Chen, M., D. Pollard, and E.J. Barron. Comparison of future climate change over North America simulated by two regional models. J. Geophysical Research, 108: ACL3; 1-19.
2003 MacCracken, M.C., E.J. Barron, D.R. Easterling, B.S. Felzer, and T.R. Karl. Climate Change Scenarios for the U.S. National Assessment. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 84 (12), 1711-1723.
2003 E.J. Barron, T.H. van Andel, and D. Pollard. Glacial Environments II: Reconstructing the Climate of Europe in the Last Glaciation. In: van Andel, T.H. and W. Davies (Eds.) Neanderthals and modern humans in the European landscape during the last glaciation, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 57-78.
2003 Parson, E.A., R.W. Corell, E.J. Barron, V. Burkett, A. Janetos, L. Joyce, T.R. Karl, M.C. MacCracken, J. Melillo, M.G. Morgan, D.S. Schimel and T. Wilbanks. Understanding Climatic Impacts, Vulnerabilities, and Resilience in the United States: Building a Capacity for Assessment. Climatic Change, 57: 9-42.
2003 Yu, Z., X. Shangguan, D. Pollard and E.J. Barron. Simulating methane emission from a Chinese rice field as influenced by fertilizer and water level. Hydrological Processes, 17, 3485-3501.
2004 Chen, M., D. Pollard, and E.J. Barron. Regional Climate Change in East Asia Simulated by an Interactive Atmosphere-Soil-Vegetation Model. Journal of Climate, 17: 557-572.
2005 Lamptey, B., E.J. Barron, and D. Pollard. Impacts of agriculture and urbanization on the climate of the Northeastern United States. Global and Planetary Change, 49: 203-221.
2005 Lamptey, B., E.J. Barron, and D. Pollard. Simulation of the relative impact of land cover and carbon dioxide to climate change from 1700 to 2100. Journal of Geophysical Research, 110: D20103 (17 pages).
Abstracts
Year(s) Abstracts
1975 Barron, E.J. The Role and Preservability of Algal Influence in the Formation of Freshwater Marl. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.
1976 Barron, E.J. Source and Dynamics of Suspended Sediments in a Nearshore Region, Southwestern Florida. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Annual Meeting.
1976 Harrison, C.G.A., W.W. Hay and E.J. Barron. A New Reconstruction of the Southern Continents. International Symposium on the Structure and Tectonics of the Eastern Mediterranean, the Jordan Rift Valley and the Red Sea, Haifa, Israel.
1977 Barron, E.J. and C.G.A. Harrison. Ridges, Bathymetry and Sea Floor Spreading in the Indian Ocean. Transactions American Geophysical Union, 58:1230.
1977 Barron, E.J., C.G.A. Harrison and W.W. Hay. Mesozoic Sea Floor Spreading in the Indian Ocean. Transactions American Geophysical Union, 58:909.
1977 Barron, E.J., C.G.A. Harrison and W.W. Hay. Positions of Southern Continents Revised. Transactions American Geophysical Union, 58:502.
1978 Barron, E.J. and C.G.A. Harrison. A Theoretical Geologic and Bathymetric Map of the Indian Ocean. Transactions American Geophysical Union, 59:387.
1979 Barron, E.J., C.G.A. Harrison and J.M. Whitman. Plate Tectonic Reconstruction and Sea Floor Spreading Models for the Indian Ocean. NATO Advanced Study Institute, Mechanisms of Continental Drift and Plate Tectonics, Newcastle upon Tyne.
1979 Barron, E.J., C.G.A. Harrison, J. Sloan, S.L. Thompson and J.M. Whitman. The Nature of the Climatic Evolution of the Southern Hemisphere. 1979 IUGG, Canberra, Australia.
1980 Barron, E.J. and S.L. Thompson. Paleogeography as a Climatic Forcing Factor. Berliner Geowissenschaftliche Abhand lungen, Reihe A/B and 19:19 21.
1980 Hay, W.W., E.J. Barron, J. Sloan and J. Southam. Continental Drift and the Global Pattern of Sedimentation. Berliner Geowissenschaftliche Abhand lungen, Reihe A/B and 19:77 78.
1981 Barron, E.J. and W.M. Washington. Modeling Cretaceous Climate Using Realistic Geography: Simulations with the NCAR Global Circulation Model. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH.
1981 Barron, E.J., C.G.A. Harrison, J. Sloan and W.W. Hay. Paleogeography, 180 Million Years Ago to the Present. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 65:895.
1981 Brassel, S. and Leg 76 Scientific Party. Shipboard Organic Geochemical Studies, DSDP Leg 75, Angola Basin and Walvis Ridge. Geological Society of London, May.
1981 Dean, W.E. and Leg 75 Scientific Party. Cretaceous Black Shale Deposition Within an Oxidized Red Clay, Turbidite Environment. Southern Angola Basin of South Atlantic Ocean. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 65:958.
1981 Hay, W.W. and E.J. Barron. Triassic Liassic Paleoclimatology and Sedimentation in Proto Atlantic Rifts. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH.
1981 Huc, A.Y. and Leg 75 Scientific Party. Cretaceous Black Shale Deposition Within an Oxidized Red Clay, Turbidite Environment, Southern Angola Basin, South Atlantic Ocean. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 65:917.
1981 Meyers, P.A. and Leg 75 Scientific Party. Cretaceous Black Shales in Angola Basin of South Atlantic Ocean. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 65:958.
1981 Meyers, P.A. and Leg 75 Scientific Party. Organic Geochemistry of Bengula Upwelling Sediments Recovered by DSDP/IPOD Leg 75 Coastal Upwelling: Its Sediment Record, Portugal, Spain, September.
1981 Saltzman, E., E.J. Barron, D.A. Price and DSDP Leg 75 Scientific Party. Cretaceous Paleotemperatures from DSDP Inoceramus Remains. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH
1981 Thompson, S.L., E.J. Barron and S. H. Schneider. Causes of the Cretaceous Climate: Some Preliminary Energy Balance Modeling Studies. First Conference on Climatic Variations, American Meteorological Society, San Diego, CA, January.
1982 Barron, E.J. The Oceans and Atmosphere During Warm Geologic Periods. Joint Oceanographic Assembly, Halifax, Canada, August.
1982 Hay, W.W., S.L. Thompson and E.J. Barron. Large Volume, Low Latitude, Evaporite Accumulation in the Gulf of Mexico Rift. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.
1983 Barron, E.J. IGCP 191: Cretaceous Paleoclimate Atlas Project. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.
1983 Barron, E.J. Paleoclimatology and Its Influence on Biogeographic Provinces. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN
1983 Barron, E.J. and W.M. Washington. Geographic Variables and Paleoclimates. Second Conference on Climate Variations, American Meteorological Society, New Orleans, LA, January.
1983 Barron, E.J. and W.M. Washington. Numerical Climate Modeling: An Exploration Frontier in Petroleum Source Rock Prediction. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 67:419.
1983 Barron, E.J., S.L. Thompson and W.W. Hay. The Concept of a Stand and Climatic Pattern and its Validity for Past Geologic and Topographic Conditions. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN.
1984 Barron, E.J. Cause of the Tertiary Global Cooling Trend. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Reno, NV.
1984 Barron, E.J. Physical Paleoceanography. 27th International Geological Congress, Moscow, August.
1984 Barron, E.J. and S.L. Thompson. Paleoclimate and Sea Level: Correlations and Explanations. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.
1984 Barron, E.J. and W.M. Washington. Warm Cretaceous Climates: High Atmospheric CO2 as a Plausible Mechanism. Chapman Conference on Natural Variations in Carbon Dioxide and the Carbon Cycle, Tarpon Springs, Florida, January.
1984 Hay, W.W. and E.J. Barron. Geochemical Cycles, Paleogeography, Topography and Climate. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Reno, NV.
1984 Hay, W.W., E.J. Barron and S.L. Thompson. Climate Model Simulations for Possible Ancient Geographic and Topographic Conditions. 27th International Geologic Congress, Moscow, August.
1984 Schneider, S.H., S.L. Thompson and E.J. Barron. Mid Cretaceous Continental Surface Temperatures: Are High CO2 Concentrations Needed to Simulate Above Freezing Winter Conditions? Chapman Conference on Natural Variations in Carbon Dioxide and the Carbon Cycle, Tarpon Springs, FL, January.
1984 Thompson, S.L. and E.J. Barron. Direct Effects of Sea Level Change on Global Climate: Physical Mechanisms. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.
1985 Barron, E.J. A Comparison of Cenozoic Atmospheric General Circulation Model Simulations. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.
1985 Barron, E.J. Comparison of Neogene and Present Climates Based on Model Simulations. Genesis of Neogene to Modern Phosphorites, Tallahassee, FL, May.
1985 Barron, E.J. and IGCP 191 Working Group. Global Cretaceous Plate Tectonics and Paleogeography. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.
1985 Glancy, T.J., E.J. Barron and M. A. Arthur. Computer Model Studies of Cretaceous Climate Sensitivity Produced by Cyclical Insolation Forcing. Princeton Festschrift, Cycles and Periodicity in Geological Event, Evolution and Stratigraphy, May.
1986 Barron, E.J. Eocene Equator to Pole Surface Ocean Temperatures- A Significant Climate Problem? Second International Conference on Paleoceanography, Woods Hole, MA.
1986 Barron, E.J. Paleoceanographic Implications of Cretaceous Ocean General Circulation Model Experiments. Second International Conference on Paleoceanography, Woods Hole, MA.
1986 Barron, E.J. Paleogeographic and Paleoclimatic Controls on Storm Dominated Sedimentation: Inferences From Climate Models. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.
1986 Barron, E.J. Phanerozoic Climate Change: Multiple Forcing Factors. Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 67:868.
1987 Barron, E.J. Alternatives to Modern Atmosphere Ocean Circulation in the Geologic Record. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, October.
1987 Barron, E.J. Changes in the Global Hydrologic Cycle in Model Simulations: Implications for Continental Weathering Through Time. Robert M. Garrels Colloquium, Geological Society, Phoenix, AZ, October.
1987 Barron, E.J. Climate, Paleogeography and Geochemical Cycles. AAPG Research Conference on "Chemostratigraphy and Chemical Evolution of the Ocean Atmosphere System, Taos, October
1987 Barron, E.J. Modeling of the Climate of an Ice Free Earth. Fourth Conference on Climate Variations, American Meteorological Society, Baltimore, MD.
1987 Barron, E.J. Paleoclimatology as a Catalyst in Earth System Science. Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 68:267.
1987 Barron, E.J. Phanerozoic Climate Change--A Re Evaluation of the Role of Geography. First Annual Workshop in Earth System Science, "Long Term Stability of the Earth System", University Park, PA, August.
1987 Barron, E.J. Studies of Cretaceous Climate. International Union Geodesy and Geophysics, Vancouver, Canada, August.
1988 Arthur, M.A., E.J. Barron and W. E. Dean. Response to the Late Mesozoic Cenozoic Ocean to Climatic Forcing on Tectonic Time Scales. Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, October.
1988 Barron, E.J. Climate Model Applications to Lacustrine Exploration. AAPG Research Conference on Lacustrine Exploration, Snowbird, UT, September.
1988 Barron, E.J. Understanding Future Climate Change: Key Case Studies in the Geologic Record. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, October.
1988 Barron, E.J. and R. Shinn. Paleoclimates in the Arctic: The Climatic Significance of High Latitude Glacial Conditions. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December.
1988 Barron, E.J. and W. Peterson. Ocean Atmosphere General Circulation Model Sensitivity Experiments for Past Climates and Geographies. AGU Spring Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May.
1988 Barron, E.J., M.A. Arthur and T.J. Glancy, Jr. Climate Model Perspective for Pre Pleistocene Milankovitch Forcing. AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, TX, March.
1988 Barron, E.J., L.C. Sloan, E. Kruijs, W. Peterson, R. Shinn and J.L. Sloan. Implications of Cretaceous Climate for Patterns of Sedimentation. AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, TX, March.
1988 Kump, L.R. and E.J. Barron. Coupled Models of Geochemical Cycles and Climate. V.M. Goldschmidt Conference, Baltimore, MD, May.
1988 Kump, L.R. and E.J. Barron. Geologic and Geographic Effects on Paleoclimate. Geological Society of America, Denver, CO, October.
1988 Sloan, L. C. and E.J. Barron. Investigating the Sensitivity of a Modeled Eocene Climate to Variation in Meridional Sea Surface Temperature Gradients and Topography. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December.
1989 Barron, E.J. Climate Response to Changes in Sea Level. Chapman Conference on Causes and Consequences of Long Term Sea Level Change, American Geophysical Union, Snowbird, UT, April.
1989 Barron, E.J. Climate Variations and the Appalachians from the Late Paleozoic to the Present: Results from Model Simulations, 20th Annual Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, Carlisle, PA, October.
1989 Barron, E.J. Cretaceous Climate Sedimentary Relationships. International Geological Congress, Washington, DC, May.
1989 Barron, E.J. and W.H. Peterson. Investigation of the Cretaceous Ocean Circulation Based on Experiments with an Ocean General Circulation Model. American Geophysical Union, Baltimore, MD, May.
1989 Glancy, T.J., Jr., M.A. Arthur and E.J. Barron. Sensitivity of Computer Simulated Cretaceous Climate to Changing Milankovitch Scale Insolation Forcing. American Geophysical Union, Baltimore, MD, May.
1989 Sloan, L. C. and E.J. Barron. Eocene Climate Based on Results from Atmospheric General Circulation Model Experiments. American Geophysical Union, Baltimore, MD, May.
1989 Sloan, L. C. and E.J. Barron. Eocene Climate Based on Results from Atmospheric General Circulation Model Experiments. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO, November.
1990 Barron, E.J. Climate Model Reconstruction of the Cretaceous. SEPM - Global Sedimentary Geology Program Research Conference, Denver, CO, August.
1990 Barron, E.J. Climate Models of Coupled Interactive Systems: Problems and Prospects. Geological Society of America, Dallas, TX, October.
1990 Barron, E.J. Deepwater Formation in the Mesozoic-Cenozoic Ocean General Circulation Models Experiments. America Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CO, December.
1990 Barron, E.J. Global Climate Change: Abatement or Adaptation. Global Climate Change Session, Resource Technology 90, Tuscon, AZ, November.
1990 Barron, E.J. The Global Water Cycle and the Earth Observing System. Beltsville Agricultural Research Center Symposium, Goddard Space Flight Center, MD, May.
1990 Barron, E.J. Tropical Temperature Stability and the Implications for the Distribution of Life. Geological Society of America, Dallas, TX, October.
1990 Barron, E.J. and L. C. Sloan. Implication of the Eocene for Climate Change Studies. AMS Special Abstract Volume, Special Session on Climate Variations and Joint Session on Hydrology/Climate Variations, February.
1990 Sloan, L. C., J.C. Zachos and E.J. Barron. Paleosalinity-corrected Sea Surface Temperature Interpretations: Possible Enhancement to Paleogene Paleoclimate Investigations. Geological Society of America Dallas, TX, October.
1991 Barron, E.J. Climate Model Prediction of Petroleum Source Rocks. Petroleum Source Rock Symposium, Texaco, April.
1991 Barron, E.J. EOS: Climate and Hydrology. Second Symposium on Global Change Studies, AMS Abstract Volume, New Orleans, LA, January.
1991 Barron, E.J. Evaluation of GCM Predictions of Precipitation. Science Foundations for the EOS Era: Physical Climate and Hydrology, Earth System Science Center Workshop, Penn State University, University, Park, PA, July.
1991 Barron, E.J. and P.A. Schultz. Assessment of NCAR General Circulation Model Precipitation in Comparison with Observations. American Geophysical Union, Baltimore, MD, May.
1991 Fawcett, P.J. and E.J. Barron. Simulation of the Climatic Evolution of India and Australia, Permian to Recent. Geological Society of America, Meeting, San Francisco, CA, October.
1991 Sloan, L.C. and E.J. Barron. Global Climate Model Predictions of Paleogene Continental Surface Temperatures. Chapman Conference on Continental Isotopic Indicators of Climate.
1992 Barron, E.J. Application of General Circulation Models to Paleoenvironmental Study, SEPM 1992 Theme Meeting "Mesozoic of the Western Interior," Ft. Collins, CO, August (invited).
1992 Barron, E.J. Climate Model Prediction of Petroleum Source Rocks. AAPG/FP International Research Conference "Paleogeography, Paleoclimate and Source Rocks," Paris, France, July (invited).
1992 Barron, E.J. Water Resources, Global Change Assessment for Forestry, Agriculture and Water Resources, State College, PA, October.
1992 Fawcett, P.J. and E.J. Barron. The Climatic Evolution of India and Australia from the Late Permian to Jurassic: A Comparison of Climate Model Results with the Geologic Record, submitted for Project PANGEA Conference, Lawrence, KS, May (invited).
1992 Guerrero, T.A., E.J. Barron, and T.J. Warner. Linking a General Circulation Model and a Mesoscale Model to Examine Cyclogenesis in the Western North Atlantic for the Last Glacial Maximum, American Meteorological Society, Atlanta, GA, January.
1992 Robertson, F., E.J. Barron, S. Goodman, D. Fitzjarrald, B. Bishop, J. Christy, S.L. Thompson and D. Pollard. Genesis Climate Model: Intercomparisons with Multiple Climate Data Bases, American Meteorological Society, Fourth Symposium, Anaheim, CA.
1992 Sloan, L. C. and E.J. Barron. Global Climate Model Predictions versus Proxy Data: Bridging the Gap. Goldschmidt Conference, May.
1993 Barron, E.J. Climate Model Prediction of Petroleum Source Rocks, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, April.
1993 Barron, E.J. Limits to Variations in Ocean and Atmospheric Circulation. Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, University Park, PA, August.
1993 Barron, E.J. Model Simulations of Cretaceous Climates: The Role of Geography and Carbon Dioxide. The Royal Society, London, UK, February.
1993 Barron, E.J. Past Climate and the Role of Ocean Heat Transport: Model Simulations for the Cretaceous. American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December.
1993 Barron, E.J. Water and Global Change, Annual Meeting American Meteorological Society, Anaheim, CA, January.
1993 Barron, E.J. and G.T. Moore. Late Jurassic to Mid-Cretaceous Source Rock, Reservoir, and Evaporitic Seal Distribution Derived from General Circulation Model Simulations, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, April.
1993 Barron, E.J., W.H. Peterson, D. Pollard and S. Thompson. Past Climate and the Role of Ocean Heat Transport: Model Simulations for the Cretaceous, American Geophysical Union.
1993 Fawcett, P.J. and E.J. Barron. A Comparison of the Paleoclimates of Late Permian Pangea and Early Cretaceous Post-Pangea with the GENESIS Climate Model, Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, August.
1993 Fawcett, P.J. and E.J. Barron. Paleogeographic Control of the Global Hydologic Cycle Through Geologic Time. EOS Transactions, 74:178, American Geophysical Union
1993 Fawcett, P.J. and E.J. Barron. Simulation of the Late Permian Climate: An Investigation of the Sensitivity of Atmospheric COs and Paleogeography with the GENESIS Climate Model. SEPM Abstracts with Programs, p. 50.
1993 Kump, L.R., R.L. Slingerland , M.A. Arthur, and E.J. Barron. Modeling Anoxia in the Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway. Geological Society of America.
1993 Robertson, F.R., S. Goodman, D. Fitzgerald, E.J. Barron, J. Christy, S. Thompson, D. Pollard. The Global Hydrologic Cycle as Simulated by the Genesis Climate Model: Intercomparisons with Multiple Climate Data Bases, Water and Global Change, Annual Meeting, American Meteorological Society, Anaheim, CA, January.
1994 Barron, E.J. and P. Fawcett. Global Climate Model Simulations of the Late Cretaceous. Geological Society of America, Seattle, WA, October.
1994 Barron, E.J. and G.S. Jenkins. General Circulation Model Prediction of Regional Precipitation: The Susquehanna River Basin. American Geophysical Union, Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May.
1994 Fawcett, P.J. and E.J. Barron. Response of Simulated Global Climate to Changes in Geography and CO2 Through Geologic Time Using the GENESIS Climate Model. American Geophysical Union, Baltimore, MD, May.
1994 Jenkins, G.S. and E.J. Barron. Coupled General Circulation and Mesoscale Simulations over the Susquehanna River Basin. American Geophysical Union, Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, May.
1994 Moore, G.T. and E.J. Barron. Source Rock, Reservoir and Evaporitic Seal Predictions from General Circulation Models: Late Jurassic to Mid-Cretaceous Case Studies. Geological Society of America, Seattle, WA, October.
1994 Slingerland , R.L., L. Kump, M.A. Arthur, E.J. Barron, B.B. Sageman. Climate Circulation, and Anoxia in the mid-Cretaceous Western Interior Seaway of North America. American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Denver, CO, April.
1995 Barron, E.J. Climate Research in the 21st Century. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting. Dallas, Texas, January.
1995 Barron, E.J. Research in Climate and Climate Change: Imperatives for the 21st Century. American Geophysical Union, Baltimore, MD, May.
1995 Barron, E.J. Water and Global Change, IUGG, Boulder, CO.
1995 Barron, E.J. and Fawcett, P.J. Cretaceous Tropical Temperatures and Variations in Ocean Heat Transport, American Geophysical Union, Baltimore, MD, May.
1995 Barron, E.J. and P.J. Fawcett. Cretaceous Tropical Temperatures and Variations in Ocean Heat Transport, IUGG, Boulder, CO.
1995 Barron, E.J. and G.S. Jenkins, ECMWF and GENESIS GCM Coupled Regional Climate Simulations for the Summer of 1988, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December.
1995 Jenkins, G.S., E.J. Barron, and W.H. Peterson, Evaluation of GENESIS and Coupled GENESIS/RegCM2 simulations during the 1979-1988 period. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December.
1995 Bice, K.L., E.J. Barron and W.H. Peterson. Ocean Circulation Simulation of the Early Eocene: Model Sensitivity to Initial Conditions, Paleogeography and Annual vs. Seasonal Atmospheric Forcing, ICP V Program and Abstracts, Fifth International Conference on Paloceanography, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, p. 145.
1995 Bice, K.L., W.H. Peterson and E.J. Barron. Ocean Circulation Model Simulation of the Early Eocene: Initial Results. EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 76:53.
1995 Bice, K.L., Moore, G.T. and E.J. Barron. Paleoclimatic Controls on the distribution and Quality of Lacustrine Source Rocks in Western Africa’s Early Cretaceous Rift Lakes. American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention Program, v. 4, p. 9.
1995 Bice, K.L., Fawcett, P.J., Barron, E.J. and W.H. Peterson. The GENESIS GCM: Sensitivity to Initial Conditons. Second GENESIS Users Workshop, Boulder, CO, August.
1995 Johnson, C.C., E.G. Kauffman and E.J. Barron. Rates and Patterns of Cretaceous Reef Recovery, Caribbean Province, Geological and Mineralogical Association of Canada 20:A-50.
1995 Peterson, W.H., G.S. Jenkins, E.J. Barron. Evaluation of GENESIS and Coupled GENESIS/RegCM2 Simulations During the 1979-1988 Period, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December.
1995 Poulsen, C. E.J. Barron and C.C. Johnson. The Linkage Between Ocean Heat Transport and Carbon Dioxide Concentrations and Tropical Oceanography in the Cretaceous, 5th International Conference on Paleoceanography, Halifax, Canada, October
1996 Barron, E.J., G. Jenkins, M. Lakhtakia, D. Johnson, A. Miller, B. Yarnal, B. Frakes, D. White, and D. Miller. Results of Coupled GCM - Mesoscale Climate Experiments. Workshop on High Resolution Climate Modeling, Wengen, Switzerland, September 23-26.
1996 Bice, K.L., E.J. Barron and W.H. Peterson. Deepwater Warming as a Result of Changing Paleogeography and Atmospheric Forcing: Present-day and Early Eocene Ocean GCM Simulations, EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 77:158-159.
1996 Gibbs, M.T., K.L. Bice, P.J. Fawcett, E.J. Barron and W.H. Peterson. The Penn State Paleoclimate Simulation Library: Call for Collaboration, North American Paleontologic Convention, Washington, DC June.
1996 Johnson, C.C., E.J. Barron, C. Poulsen, C. Willan. Biogeography, Ocean Heat Transport, and a “Cooler” Tropics, North American Paleontologic Convention, Washington, DC, June.
1996 Mangan, J., Dutton, J. and E.J. Barron. Climate-Vegetation Interactions: An Eocene Example, North American Paleontologic Convention, Washington, DC, June.
1996 Pouslen, C.J., E.J. Barron and C.C. Johnson. Mechanisms for Climatic Change in the Mid-Cretacceous Western Interior Seaway, Geological Society of America, Abstracts with Program, v. 28, n. 6.
1997 Bice, K. L. and E.J. Barron. Early Cenozoic Thermohaline Variability Driven by Possible Changes in Subtropical Moisture Fluxes, American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting.
1997 Fawcett, P.J., M.T. Gibbs, and E.J. Barron. Hydrology Through Time and the Role of Paleogeography and Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide, American Geophysical Union Spring Meeting.
1997 Cosgrove, B. and E.J. Barron. Simple dynamic climate-vegetation models for past climate studies. Past, Present and Future Climate Variation and Extremes: The Impact on Forests Wengen, Switzerland.
1997 Barron, E.J. and J. Dutton. The role of vegetation in past climates. Past, Present and Future Climate Variation and Extremes: The Impact on Forests Wengen, Switzerland.
1997 Barron, E.J. Our Changing Climate: Observed and Expected Future Changes in the Region's Climate. "Climate Change Impacts in the Mid-Atlantic Region" USGCRP Workshop University Park, PA.
1997 Jenkins, G. and E. Barron. Decade-long coupled GCM/Regional climate model simulations over the United States, AMS national meeting, Long Beach, CA.
1998 Yarnal, B., D. Abler, E. Barron, R. Bord, J. Carmichael, R. Crane, W. Easterling, A. Fisher, A. Glasmeier, G. Knight, S. Matthews, A. MacEachren, R. O’Connor, D. Peuquet, A. Rose and J. Shortle. Integrated Assessment of the Susquehanna River Basin, AAAS Annual Meeting. Philadelphia.
1998 Yu, Z., E..J. Barron et al. A coupled distributed hydrologic modeling system. AAAS Annual Meeting and Science Innovation Exposition, Philadelphia.
1998 Poulsen, C.J., D. Seidov, and E.J. Barron. Model simulations of the ocean's role in maintaining a warm, equable mid-Cretaceous climate. International Congress Paleoceanography IV Portugal.
1998 Poulsen, C.J., D. Seidov, E.J. Barron, and W. Peterson. The impact of Mid-Cretaceous paleography on the marine environment: Support for a dynamic tropics. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting.
1998 Yu, Z., E.J. Barron et al. Simulating the basin response to single-storm events of various resolutions in the Susquehanna River Basin Experiment (SRBEX), GCIP Mississippi River Climate Conference, St. Louis.
1998 Shangguan, X., Z. Yu, D. Pollard and E. Barron. Methane Emission and Production from Wetlands as influenced by the Water Table - a process based model. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting.
1998 Barron, E.J. Paleoclimate Model-Data Intercomparison: An Overview. American Geophysical Union Spring Meeting.
1998 Schultz, P, E.J. Barron, R. Crane. A 3-D Statistical Climate Model for Transient, Integrated Assessment of Climate Change. American Geophysical Union, Spring Meeting.
1998 Yu, Z. E.J. Barron, F.W. Schwartz. Distributed Modeling of Surface Water and Groundwater Flow Responding to Climate Forcing in Large Watersheds. Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting.
1999 Barron, E.J. Climate Models. Presented at the request of Representative John Peterson for Pennsylvania Public Officials.
1999 Barron, E.J. How Climate Change Works. Presented as part of the “How Things Work in Science and Technology” Public Lecture Series, Penn State University.
1999 Dutton, J.F. and E.J. Barron. Ensemble Regional Climate Modeling of Interannual Variability. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 1999.
1999 Dutton, J.F., and E.J. Barron. Ensemble Regional Climate Modeling. 24th Annual NOAA Climate Diagnostics and Predictability Workshop, Tucson, AZ 1999.
1999 Barron, E.J. and D. Pollard. High resolution climate simulations of Stage 3. INQUA, Durbin South Africa.
1999 Barron, E.J. Assessment of Climate Change Impacts. American Nuclear Society, Long Beach CA.
1999 Barron, E.J. Regional Climate Models and an Assessment of Climate Change Impacts. U.S. – Canada Workshop on Climate Change. Atlanta
2000 Barron, E.J. A Decade of Global Change Research: The Physical Environment. George Mason University Symposium in honor of Robert Corell
2000 Seidov, D., E.J. Barron, B.J. Haupt. Warm Deep Ocean in Cool Climates: The Southern Connection. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. American Geophysical Union Spring Meeting 2000.
2000 Alfano, M., E.J. Barron, D. Pollard. Regional Paleoclimate Modeling: Sensitivity Analyses of the BIOME 3.5 Vegetation Model over Europe. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. American Geophysical Union Spring Meeting 2000.
2000 Barron, E.J., D. Seidov and T. Stocker. Southern Ocean and Climate Change: Past and Future Perspectives. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting.
2000 Barron, E.J., D. Seidov and B.J. Haupt. The Role of the Southern Ocean in the World Ocean Deepwater Circulation. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2000.
2001 Barron, E.J. Climate Change and Variability: Lessons from Earth History. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
2001 Dutton, J.F. and E.J. Barron. Regional Climate Modeling of Interannual Variability: EOF Analysis. American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
2001 Yu, Z., E.J. Barron, B. Yarnal, M.N. Lakhtakia, R.A. White, D. Pollard, and D.A. Miller. Response of regional hydrology to single and multi-storm events in Susquehanna River Basin Experiment (SRBEX). American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
2001 Barron, E.J. From Research to Operations in Weather Satellites and Numerical Weather Prediction: Crossing the Valley of Death. 55th Interdepartmental Hurricane Conference. Orlando, FL.
2001 Barron, E.J., D. Pollard, M. Alfano, T. van Andel. The relationship between climate and vegetation during oxygen isotope stage 3: Application of a high resolution model. American Geophysical Union. Spring Meeting.
2001 Barron, E.J. Climate Variability Recorded in Earth System History: Contributions to our Understanding of a Changing Planet American Geophysical Union. Fall meeting
2002 Barron, E. J. What can we learn about the ocean’s role in climate from the Cenozoic cooling trend? American Geophysical Union Ocean Sciences Meeting. Honolulu.
2002 Barron, E.J. Climate Inputs for Impact Assessments. American Geophysical Union Spring Meeting.
2002 Barron, E.J. and A. Fisher. Regional Climate Tutorial: Assessing Regional Climate Change and its Impacts. American Geophysical Union Spring Meeting.
2002 Barron, E.J. The Future of Environmental Research: Creation of Environmental Intelligence Centers. American Geophysical Union. Fall Meeting.
2002 Friday, E., E.J. Barron, C. Elfring, and L. Geller. Communicating Uncertainties in Weather and Climate Information: Results from a National Academies Workshop. American Geophysical Union. Fall Meeting.
2002 Pollard, and E.J. Barron. Scaling Effects on Distributed Modeling. American Geophysical Union. Fall Meeting.
2003 Barron, E. Creating Innovation in Geosciences Departments. Geological Society of America. Annual Meeting.
2004 Barron, E. Potential Sources of Mismatch between Climate Models and Observations. Geological Society of America. Annual Meeting.
2005 Barron, E. Alliances with the Potential to Transform Geosciences Education. American Geophysical Union. Fall Meeting.
2007 Barron, E. Is It Time For A Rebirth In The Geologic Application Of Climate Models? American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA
2008 Barron, E. Beyond Climate Science: The Economics and Politics of Responding to Climate Change. James Baker Institute for Public Policy – Conference of the same title.
2008 Barron, E. What is the Role of Carbon Dioxide in Earth History? American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Annual Meeting, Denver
2008 Fellows, J. and Barron, E. Results of the UCAR 2008 Forum on Climate Adaptation and Mitigation. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting

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