Eric P. Salathe

Research Scientist, Climate Impacts Group

Eric SalathePhD in Geology and Geophysics, Yale University, 1994 

BA with Honors in Physics, Swarthmore College, 1987.

E-mail: salathe@atmos.washington.edu
Office: Box 355672
University of Washington
Seattle WA, 98195-5672
Phone: 206-616-5351

Research Interests

  • Climate Change Impacts
  • Regional Climate Modeling
  • Statistical Downscaling

http://www.atmos.washington.edu/~salathe/

Selected Publications

Y Zhang, V Dulière, P Mote, EP Salathé 2009: Evaluation of WRF and HadRM Mesoscale Climate Simulations over the United States Pacific Northwest. J. Climate, in press.

Avise, J., J. Chen, B. Lamb, C. Wiedinmyer, A. Guenther, E. Salathé, and C. Mass, 2009. Attribution of projected changes in US ozone and PM2.5 concentrations to global changes.Atmos. Chem & Phys., 9, 1111-1124.

Chen, J., J. Avise, B. Lamb, E. Salathé, C. Mass, A. Guenther, C. Wiedinmyer, J.-F. Lamarque, S. O'Neill, D. McKenzie, and N. Larkin, 2009: The effects of global changes upon regional ozone pollution in the United States. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 9, 1125-1141.

Salathé, EP, R Steed, CF Mass and P Zahn. 2008: A high-resolution climate model for the United States pacific northwest: Mesoscale feedbacks and local responses to climate change. J. Climate, , 21, 5708-5726.

E. P. Salathé Jr, P W Mote, M W Wiley, 2007: Considerations for selecting downscaling methods for integrated assessments of climate change impacts. Int. J. of Climatology, 27, 1611-1621.

Mote, P., Hamlet, A., and Salathé, E. 2008: Has spring snowpack declined in the Washington Cascades? Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 12, 193-206.

E. P. Salathé Jr., 2006: Influences of a shift in North Pacific storm tracks on western North American precipitation under global warming, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L19820, doi:10.1029/2006GL026882.

UW Responsibilities

Affiliate Assistant Professor, Department of Atmospheric Sciences