My research interests fall in two main threads. The first includes the use of the isotopic composition of atmospheric water vapor as a tracer of convective processes, cirrus formation (e.g. the International Partnership for Cirrus Studies, PIRE-CIRRUS), and stratosphere-troposphere exchange; and the design of spectroscopic techniques for in-situ trace gas measurements. The second includes climate (and human) response to greenhouse-gas forcing; development of tools for impacts assessment; statistical emulation of climate model output; and climate and energy policy evaluation.
Haugen, M. A., Stein, M. L., Sriver, R. L., & Moyer, E. J. (2019). Future climate emulations using quantile regressions on large ensembles. Advances in Statistical Climatology, Meteorology and Oceanography, 5(1), 37-55. link
Haugen, M. A., Stein, M. L., Moyer, E. J., & Sriver, R. L. (2018). Estimating changes in temperature distributions in a large ensemble of climate simulations using quantile regression. Journal of Climate, 31(20), 8573-8588. link