Elisabeth Moyer

Associate Professor, Atmospheric Science


The University of Chicago
Department of Geophysical Sciences


Selected Publications

2017

Laboratory measurements of HDO/H2O isotopic fractionation during ice deposition in simulated cirrus clouds.” K.D. Lamb, B.W. Clouser, M. Bolot, L. Sarkozy, V. Ebert, H. Saathoff, ¬O. M¨ohler, E.J. Moyer.in press at PNAS (arxiv:1508.01139), 2017.

“Estimating trends in the global mean temperature record.” A. Poppick, E.J. Moyer, M.L. Stein.in revision at ASCMO (arXiv:1601.01147), 2017.

“Isotopic profiles imply strong convectivce influence on water near the tropical tropopause.” M. Bolot, B. Legras, K.A. Walker, C.D. Boone, P. Bernath, W.G. Read, E.J. Moyer. in revision for ACP(arXiv:1612.01900), 2017.

2016

“Changes in spatio-temporal precipitation patterns in changing climate conditions.” W. Chang, M.L. Stein, J. Wang, V.R. Kotamarthi, E.J. Moyer. J. Climate 29, 2016.

“Temperatures in transient climates: improved methods for simulations with evolving temporal covariances.” A. Poppick, D.J. McInerney, E.J. Moyer, M.L. Stein. Annals of Appl. Stat., 10, 2016.

“Derivation of physical and optical properties of mid-latitude cirrus ice crystals for a size-resolved cloud microphysics model.” A.M. Fridlind, R. Atlas, B. van Diedenhoven, J. Um, G.M. McFarquhar, A.S. Ackerman, E.J. Moyer, R.P. Lawson. ACP 16, 2016.

“Estimating changes in temperature extremes from millennial-scale climate simulations under generalized extreme value (GEV) distributions.” W.K. Huang, M.L. Stein, D.J. McInerney, S. Sun, E.J. Moyer. ASCMO 2, 2016

“The influence of model resolution on temperature variability.” J.M. Klavans, A. Poppick, S. Sun, E.J. Moyer. Climate Dynamics, 2016.

“Evaluating the sensitivity of agricultural model performance to different climate inputs.” M.J. Glotter, E.J. Moyer, A.C. Ruane, J.W. Elliott. J. Appl. Meteo. ∧ Climat. 55, 2016.

2015

“Simulation of future climate under changing temporal covariance structures.” W.B. Leeds, E.J. Moyer, and M.L. Stein. ASCMO 1, 2015.

2014

“Climate impacts on economic growth as drivers of uncertainty in the social cost of carbon.” E.J. Moyer, M.D. Woolley, M.J. Glotter, N.M. Matteson, and D.A. Weisbach. J. Legal Studies 43, 2014.

“A simple carbon cycle representation for economic and policy analyses.” M.J. Glotter, R.T. Pierrehumbert, J.W. Elliott, N.J. Matteson, and E.J. Moyer. Climatic Change 126, 2014.

“Evaluating the utility of dynamical downscaling in agricultural impacts projections.” M.J. Glotter, J.W. Elliott, D.M. McInerney, N. Best, D. Kelly, I.T. Foster, and E.J. Moyer. PNAS 111, 2014.

“Statistical emulation of climate model projections based on precomputed GCM runs.” S. Castruccio, D.J. McInerney, M.L. Stein, F. Liu, R.L. Jacob, E.J. Moyer. J. Clim. 14, 2014.

2013

“Modelling and intepreting the isotopic composition of water vapour in convective updrafts.” M. Bolot, B. Legras, E.J. Moyer. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 13, 2013.

“CIM-EARTH: Framework and case study.” J.W. Elliott, I.T. Foster, K.L. Judd, E.J. Moyer, T.S. Munson. B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis and Policy 10, 2010. Also published as a chapter in “Distributional aspects of climate and energy policies”, M.A. Cohen, D. Fullerton, R.H. Topel, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing Inc., Northampton, MA, 2013.

2012

“Direct and disequilibrium effects on precipitation in transient climates.” D.J. McInerney E.J. Moyer. ACPD 12, 2012.

“Feasibility of U.S. renewable portfolio standards under cost caps and case study for Illinois.” S.D. Johnson and E.J. Moyer. Energy Policy 49, 2012.

“Global variations of HDO and HDO/H2O ratios in the UTLS derived from ACE-FTS satellite measurements.” W.J. Randel, E.J. Moyer, M. Park, E.J. Jensen, P.F. Bernath, K.A. Walker, C.D. Boone. J.Geophys. Res. 117, 2012.

2010

“The influence of convection on the water isotopic composition of the TTL and tropical stratosphere.” D.S. Sayres, L. Pfister, T.F. Hanisco, E.J. Moyer, M. Legg, A.S. O’Brien, J.B. Smith, J.M. St. Clair, E.M. Weinstock, M. Witinski, J.G. Anderson. J. Geophys. Res. 115, 2010.

2009

“Validation of the Harvard Lyman-alpha in situ water vapor instrument: Implications for the mechanisms that control stratospheric water vapor.”E.M. Weinstock, J.B. Smith, D.S. Sayres, J.V. Pittman, J.R. Spackman, E.J. Hintsa, T.F. Hanisco, E.J. Moyer, J.M. St. Clair, M.R. Sargent, J.G. Anderson. J. Geophys. Res. 114, 2009.

“A new cavity based absorption instrument for detection of H2O, HDO, H18/2 O, H17/ 2 O, and CH4.” D.S. Sayres, E.J. Moyer, T.F. Hanisco, J.M. St. Clair, F.N. Keutsch, A. O’Brien, N.T. Allen, L. Lapson, J.N. Demusz, M. Rivero, T. Martin, M. Greenberg, C. Tuozzolo, G.S. Engel, J.H. Kroll, J. Paul, and J.G. Anderson. Rev. Sci. Instr. 80, 2009.

2008

“Design considerations in high-sensitivity off-axis integrated cavity output spectroscopy.” E.J. Moyer, D.S. Sayres, T.F. Hanisco, J.M. St. Clair, F.N. Keutsch, N.T. Allen, G.S. Engel, J.H. Kroll, J. Paul, and J.G. Anderson. App. Phys. B 92, 2008.

“A new photolysis laser-induced fluorescence instrument for the detection of H2O and HDO in the lower stratosphere.” J.M. St. Clair, T.F. Hanisco, E.M. Weinstock, E.J. Moyer, D.S. Sayres, F.N. Keutsch, J.H. Kroll, J.N. Demusz, N.T. Allen, J.B. Smith, J.R. Spackman, and J.G. Anderson. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 79, 2008.

“Formation of large (similar or equal to 100 _m) ice crystals near the tropical tropopause” E.J. Jensen, L. Pfister, T.V. Bui, P. Lawson, B. Baker, Q. Mo, D. Baumgardner, E.M. Weinstock, J.B. Smith, E.J. Moyer, T.F. Hanisco, D.S. Sayres, J.M. St Clair, M.J. Alexander, O.B. Toon, J.A. Smith. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 8, 2008.