Curriculum Vitae

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Curriculum Vitae
    
Michael E. Mann

University of Pennsylvania, Department of Earth and Environmental Science

Philadelphia, PA  19104

Tel: (215) 898-5724; email: mann@michaelmann.net

Website: http://www.michaelmann.net

Education

 

1998     Ph.D. Yale University, Department of Geology & Geophysics (defended 1996)

1991     M.Phil. Yale University, Department of Physics

1991     M.S. Yale University, Department of Physics

1989     A.B. (double), University of California-Berkeley, Applied Math, Physics (Honors)

           

Honors and Awards

 

2024       Climate Champion Award, PennFuture

2023       John Scott Award, The Franklin Institute and City Council of Philadelphia

2023       Favorite books of 2023, Newsweek, for “Our Fragile Moment”

2023       Best books of 2023, Financial Times, for “Our Fragile Moment”

2023       Humanist of the Year, American Humanist Association

2023       20 Best Sustainability Books of all time, Book Authority, for “The New Climate War”

2023       Esteemed Paper Prize from Advances in Atmospheric Science (Springer), for Cheng et al, “Upper Ocean Temperatures Hit Record High in 2020”

2022       Stroud Award for Freshwater Excellence, Stroud Water Research Center

2022     World’s 100 Most Influential People in Climate Policy (Top 20), Apolitical

2022       Location named in my honor by the community of Rothweit, municipality of Hesperange, Luxembourg, Europe (site located at latitude 49.570792, longitude 6.162373), July 8 2022.

2022       Esteemed Paper Prize from Advances in Atmospheric Science (Springer), for Cheng et al, “Record-Setting Ocean Warmth Continued in 2019”

2022       Honorary Doctorate, Université catholique de Louvain

2022       Best new books on climate change, Financial Times, for “The Tantrum That Saved the World”

2022       Short-listed, UK Business Book Awards, for “The New Climate War”

2022       Best of Climate Books 2021, Bild der Wissenschaft, for “The New Climate War”

2022       Best Books of 2021, Pulse of Europe, for “The New Climate War”

2021       Leo Szilard Lectureship Award, American Physical Society

2021       Runner-up, Business Book of the Year, Financial Times, for “The New Climate War”

2021       Top 10 Books of 2021, International Affairs (OUP), for “The New Climate War”

2021       Notable Books of 2021, Behavioral Scientist, for “The New Climate War”

2021       Best books of 2021: Science and Sci-Fi, New Scientist, for “The New Climate War”

2021       Fifteen Best Science & Environment Books 2021, The Times, for “The New Climate War”

2021     Best books of 2021: Climate and Environment, Financial Times, for “The New Climate War”

2021       Top Influencer on climate change, Onalytica

2021       Elected to Cosmos Club

2021       Long-listed, Wainwright Prize, for “The New Climate War”

2021       Honorary Doctorate of Science, Bard College

2021       Best New Climate Change Books, Book Authority, for “The New Climate War”

2021       Editor’s pick, best non-fiction, Amazon.com, for “The New Climate War”

2020       Article selected 2020 editor's highlight by Nature Communications, for Konapala et al, “Climate Change Will Affect Global Water Availability…”

2020       Stephen Schneider Lecture, American Geophysical Union

2020       World Sustainability Award, MDPI Sustainability Foundation

2020       Ten Most Influential Earth Scientists, Academic Influence

2020       Elected to National Academy of Sciences

2020       Louis J. Battan Author’s Award, American Meteorological Society (AMS), for “The Tantrum that Saved the World”

2020       Top 100 Twitter Accounts, The Climate Group

2019       Honorary Doctorate of Science, McMaster University

2019       Certification of Recognition, Mayor Eric Garcetti on behalf of the City of Los Angeles

2019       Top 100 Influencers in Sustainability, Onalytica

2019       Praxis Award in Professional Ethics, Villanova University

2019     World’s 100 Most Influential People in Climate Policy (Top 20), Apolitical

2019       Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement

2018       Climate Communication Prize, American Geophysical Union (AGU)

2018       Bronze medal in the “Environmental” category, Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards, for “The Tantrum that Saved the World”

2018       Honorary Member, Societa Meteorologica Italiana

2018       Climate Education Award, Citizen’s Climate Lobby West Virginia

2018       Best Schools list of “Top 15 climate change scientists”

2018       Elected Fellow of the Geological Society of America (GSA)

2018       Award for Public Engagement with Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

2018       Elected Fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, Center for Skeptical Inquiry

2017       Stephen H. Schneider Award for Outstanding Climate Science Communication, Climate One & The Commonwealth Club

2017       Citation for “Outstanding” book, the University Press Books Committee of the American Association of University Professors, for “The Madhouse Effect”

2017       James H. Shea Award of the National Association of Geoscience Teachers (NAGT)

2017     Inducted into International Green Industry Hall of Fame

2017       September 23rd proclaimed “Climate Change and Green Jobs Day” in honor of Michael E. Mann by Charlotte North Carolina Mayor Jennifer Watson Roberts

2017       Honorary Doctorate of Science, Green Mountain College

2017       Profiled in Protecting the Planet: Environmental Champions from Conservation to Climate Change (Prometheus Books)

2016       Elected Vice Chair, Topical Group on Physics of Climate (GPC), American Physical Society (APS) [transitions to Chair-Elect in 2017 and Chair in 2018]

2016       Ocean Buoy named in my honor by the Southern Ocean Carbon and Climate Observations and Modeling (SOCCOM) project

2015       Elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

2015       Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters, Le Moyne College

2015       Highly Cited Researcher, Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)

2015     Business Insider list of 50 “scientists who are changing the way we see the world”

2014     Economia Magazine list of 50 Leading Finance Leaders, Influencers and Innovators

2014       Pongo Award, Orang Utan Republik Foundation

2014       Highly Cited Researcher, Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)

2014       Friend of the Planet Award, National Center for Science Education

2014       Article [Mann, M.E. et al, Northern Hemisphere Temperatures During the Past Millennium: Inferences, Uncertainties, and Limitations, Geophysical Research Letters, 26, 759-762, 1999] selected by American Geophysical Union for inclusion in GRL 40th anniversary collection.

2014       Profiled in Contemporary Authors (Gale Publishing)

2013       National Conservation Achievement Award, National Wildlife Federation

2013       Bloomberg News list of 50 Most Influential People

2013       Honorable mention, Green Book Awards, for “The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars”

2013       Appointed Distinguished Professor, Pennsylvania State University

2013       Elected Fellow of the American Meteorological Society

2012       Hans Oeschger Medal, European Geosciences Union

2012       Elected Fellow of the American Geophysical Union

2011       Elected Member-at-Large of Section W (Atmospheric & Hydrospheric Sciences), American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

2010       CollegeStats list of 25 “most famous college professors teaching today”

2008       Profiled in American Environmental Leaders from Colonial Times to the Present

2008       Website “RealClimate.org” (co-founded by M. Mann) chosen as one of top 15 “green” websites by Time Magazine (April 2008)

2007       Contributed (with other IPCC report authors) to the award of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize

2006       American Geophysical Union Editors’ Citation for Excellence in Refereeing (for ‘Geophysical Research Letters’)

2005       Website “RealClimate.org” (co-founded by M. Mann) chosen as one of top 25 “Science and Technology” websites by Scientific American

2005       John Russell Mather Paper award for 2005 by the Association of American Geographers [for article: Frauenfeld, O., Davis, R.E., and Mann, M.E., A Distinctly Interdecadal Signal of Pacific Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction, Journal of Climate 18, 1709-1718, 2005]

2002       Named by Scientific American as one of 50 leading visionaries in science and technology

2002       Outstanding Scientific Paper award for 2002 by NOAA Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) [for article:  Delworth, T.L., Mann, M.E., Observed and Simulated Multidecadal Variability in the Northern Hemisphere, Climate Dynamics, 16, 661-676, 2000]

2002       Article [Mann et al, "Global-scale temperature patterns and climate forcing over the past six centuries", Nature, 392, 779-787, 1998] selected for 'fast moving fronts' by Institute for Scientific Information (ISI)

2002       Selected as one of 10 'Mead Honored Faculty', University of Virginia

1998       Council of Graduate Schools' Distinguished Dissertation Award, nominated

1997       Phillip M. Orville Prize for outstanding dissertation in the earth sciences, Yale University

1996       Alexander Hollaender Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellowship (DOE)

1989       Josiah Willard Gibbs Prize for outstanding research and scholarship in Physics, Yale University

 

Professional Experience (1996-present)

 

2022-      Presidential Distinguished Professor, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Earth and Environmental Science [joint appointment in the Annenberg School for Communication]

2022-      Founding Director, Penn Center for Science, Sustainability, and the Media (PCSSM), University of Pennsylvania

2022-      Faculty Fellow, Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, University of Pennsylvania

2022-      Faculty Fellow, Perry World House, University of Pennsylvania

2022-      Faculty Fellow, Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania

2013-22  Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science, Pennsylvania State University

2009-13  Professor, Pennsylvania State University, Department of Meteorology [joint appointments in Department of Geosciences and Earth and Environmental Systems Institute (EESI)]

2005-09  Associate Professor, Pennsylvania State University, Department of Meteorology [joint appointments in Department of Geosciences and Earth and Environmental Systems Institute (EESI)]

2005-22            Director, Earth System Science Center (ESSC), Pennsylvania State University

1999-05            Assistant Professor, University of Virginia, Department of Environmental Sciences

1998-99            Research Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts, Department of Geosciences

1997-98            Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts, Department of Geosciences

1996-98            Alexander Hollaender Distinguished Postdoctoral Research Fellow (DOE)

 

Courses Taught

 

SDG Academy (U.N. SDSN) (2019-):

Climate Change: The Science and Global Impact (online MOOC via EdX) (total enrollment 30K+ as of 6/23)

University of Pennsylvania (2022-):
COMM 4330/6330                                            Climate Change And Communication: Theories And Applications

EESC 2300                                                       Global Climate Change

Penn State University (2005-2022):

EARTH 2                                                         The Earth System and Global Change

EM SC 100S                                                     Climate Change and Potential Societal Impacts (1st year seminar)

ENNEC 472                                                     Quantitative Analysis in the Earth Sciences

METEO 469                                                     From Meteorology to Mitigation: Understanding Global Warming

METEO 470                                                     Climate Dynamics

METEO 497                                                     Climate Communication

METEO 523                                                     Climate Modeling

METEO 575/GEOSCI 597B                  Climate Dynamics Seminar

University of Virginia (1999-2005):

EVSC 181                                                        Climate Change: Past and Future

EVSC 350                                                        Atmosphere and Weather

EVSC 495                                                        Capstone Seminar: The Arctic

EVCS 494/495/EVAT795                     Data Analysis & Climate Change

EVSC 494/EVAT 796                           Climate and the History of Human Culture

EVAT 554                                                        Ocean-Atmosphere Dynamics

EVAT 793                                                        Statistical Climatology

EVAT 795                                                        Modeling of Climate Variability

University of Massachusetts (1998):

GEO 591                                                          Data Analysis & Climate Change

 

Mentoring

 

Postdoctoral Researchers:

University of Pennsylvania, Dept of Earth & Environmental Science (2022-)

  • Xueke Li, 2023-
  • Judit Carrillo, 2023-

University of Pennsylvania, Center for Science, Sustainability and the Media (2022-)

  • Eryn Campbell, 2023-
  • Lauren Lutzke, 2023-
  • Alyssa Sinclair, 2023-

Penn State University Dept. of Meteorology (2005-22):

  • Palash Sinha (joint w/ J. Fuentes), 2013-15
  • Ryan Sriver (NOAA Postdoctoral Fellow), 2008-2009
  • Byron Steinman (NSF Postdoctoral Fellow), 2012-2014
  • Zhihua Zhang, 2005-2009

University of Virginia Dept. of Environmental Sciences (1999-2005):

  • Feinbao Ni (joint w/ M. Hughes, University of Arizona), 2002-2003
  • Pedro Ribera, (Visiting postdoctoral research fellow, University of Vigo, Spain), 2000
  • Scott Rutherford, 2000-2003
  • Mei-Yu (joint w/ H. Epstein), 2002-2003

Graduate Students:

University of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Earth and Environmental Science (2022-):

  • Christopher Larson, Ph.D. Candidate: major adviser, 2022-

University of Pennsylvania, Environmental Studies (2022-):

  • Shunzi Lu, Ph.D. Candidate: committee member, 2023-
  • Hannah Schwalberg, Masters Candidate, adviser, 2022-
  • Lotus Kaufman, Masters Candidate, adviser, 2023-
  • Justin Cairns, Masters Candidate, adviser, 2023-

Penn State University Dept. of Meteorology (2005-2022):

  • Ana Bolivar, M.S. Candidate: major adviser, 2021-22
  • Aviva Braun, M.S. 2009: committee member, 2008-09
  • Daniel Brouillette, M.S. 2015: major adviser, 2012-15
  • Fangxing Fan, Ph.D. 2011: major adviser, 2005-11
  • Screece Dawn Goldberger, M.S. 2015: major adviser, 2013-15
  • Maria Herrmann, Ph.D. 2010: committee member, 2008-10
  • Holly Hamilton, Ph.D 2015: committee member, 2012-15
  • Brandon Katz, M.S. 2009: co-adviser, 2006-09
  • Muge Komercu, Ph.D. candidate: co-adviser, 2006-08
  • Alexander Kowaleski, M.S. candidate: committee member, 2013-14
  • Michael Kozar, M.S. 2011: major adviser, 2010-11
  • Liang Ning, Ph.D. 2012: major adviser, 2008-12
  • Andrew Ross, M.S./Ph.D candidate: committee member, 2012-17
  • Andra Reed, Ph.D. 2016: major adviser, 2012-16
  • Michelle Ricciardi, M.S. 2011: committee member, 2011
  • Thomas Sabbatelli, M.S. 2009 (AMS Graduate Fellow): co-adviser, 2008-09
  • Steven Simon, M.S. 2015: major adviser, 2011-15
  • Vanessa Vanyo, M.S. candidate: major adviser, 2013-15
  • Amanda Walker, M.S. candidate: co-adviser, 2015-17

Penn State University Dept. of Geosciences (2005-2022):

  • Patrick Applegate, Ph.D. 2009: committee member, 2005-09
  • Joshua Dorin, M.S. 2008: committee member, 2006-08
  • John Mischler, M.S. 2008: committee member, 2007-08

Penn State University Dept. of Geography (2005-2022):

  • Weiming Hu, Ph.D. candidate: committee member, 2018-21
  • Chris Karmosky, Ph.D. 2012: committee member, 2009-12

Penn State University Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering (2005-2022):

  • Kathryn van Werkhoven, Ph.D. 2008: committee member, 2007-08

Penn State University (Other):

  • Penn State Intellectual Decisions on Environmental Awareness Solutions (“I.D.E.A.S”) undergraduate club, Faculty Sponsor/Adviser, 2017-
  • Penn State Science Policy Society (Graduate Student Organization), Faculty Sponsor/Adviser, 2014-
  • Dual Title Graduate Program in Climate Science (Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science), Program Coordinator 2018-2020

University of Virginia Dept. of Environmental Sciences (1999-2005):

  • Julian Adams, M.S. 2003: major adviser, 2000-2003
  • Kaycie Billmark, Ph.D. 2003: committee member, 1999-2003
  • Joel Carr, M.S. 2002: committee member, 2000-2002
  • Peter Cleary, M.S. 2004: co-adviser, 2002-2004
  • Benjamin Cook, M.S. 2004; Ph.D. 2007: co-adviser, 2001-2005
  • Dan Druckenbrod, Ph.D. 2003: committee member, 1999-2003
  • Oliver Frauenfeld Ph.D. 2003: committee member, 2001-2003
  • Ian German-Mesner, M.S. candidate: major adviser, 2002-2005
  • Kevin Jones, M.S. 2002: committee member, 2001-2002
  • Courtenay Strong, Ph.D. 2005: committee member, 2003-2005
  • Tana Wood, M.S. 2002; Ph.D. 2005: committee member, 2001-2005
  • Zhihua Zhang, Ph.D. 2006: major adviser, 2000-2006

University of Massachusetts Dept. of Geosciences (1997-1999):

  • Caspar Ammann, Ph.D. 2000: co-adviser, 1998-2000
  • Anne Waple, Ph.D. 1999: co-adviser and committee member, 1997-1999
  • Bo-Min Sun, Ph.D. 1999: committee member, 1998-1999

External Committee Member (2001-)

  • Phil Lane, Ph.D. 2001: external committee member, MIT, 2010-11
  • Heidi Cullen, Ph.D. 2001: external committee member, Columbia University, 2000-01
  • Silvia Venegas, Ph.D. 2001: external committee member, University of Copenhagen, 2000-01

Undergraduates:

University of Pennsylvania, Dept of Earth & Environmental Science (2022-)

  • Alice Andrews, 2022-
  • Kevin Chen (Physics), 2023-
  • Brendan Chapko, 2023-

University of Pennsylvania, Center for Science, Sustainability and the Media (2022-)

  • Elijah Cook, 2023-24
  • Lotus Kaufman, 2023-24
  • Julia Pampush, 2023-

Penn State University Dept. of Meteorology (2005-):

  • Anson Hill-Yu Cheung, 2015 (NSF REU summer student from U. Arizona)
  • Nathan Lis, 2015
  • Greg Drelich, 2012
  • Michael Kozar, 2009-2010
  • Thomas Sabbatelli, 2005-2008

University of Virginia Dept. of Environmental Sciences (1999-2005): 

  • Michelle L'Heureux, 2001-2004

 

Primary Research Interests

 

Climate variability; Climate change; Signal detection; Climate prediction; Extreme weather events; Climate impacts; Paleoclimate; Science communication

 

Research Grants

                     

2023-2024      Are Those Who Most Benefit from the IRA Aware It Exists? Guidance for Stakeholders and Policymakers, Kleinman Center for Energy Policy Research Grants [Principal Investigator: M.E. Mann]: $15,000

2023-2024      Understanding Climate Anxiety and Messaging in Climate Change Communication in Understudied Populations Among Philadelphia Area Middle and High Schoolers, Environmental Innovations Initiative [Principal Investigator: M.E. Mann]: $25,000

2021-2022      Machine Learning: Enhanced Seasonal Hurricane Forecasting: Proof of Concept, Penn State/IBM Nittany A.I. Alliance Project [Principal Investigator: M.E. Mann] PSU award (M.E. Mann): $15,000

2018-2022      Improved Characterization of Internal Decadal-Multidecadal Climate Variability Using Paleoclimate Archives, Observational Climate Data and Model Simulations, NSF-Paleoclimate Program (Award #1748097) [Principal Investigators: M.E. Mann (Penn State Univ.), B. Steinman (Univ. of Minnesota-Duluth)] PSU award (M.E. Mann): $474,083

2016-2019      The Power of Many: Ensemble Toolkit for Earth Sciences, NSF- ICER (“EarthCube”) Program (Award #1639707) [Principal Investigators: S. Jha (Rutgers Univ), G. Cervone (Penn State Univ.), M.E. Mann (Penn State Univ.)] PSU award (M.E. Mann and G. Cervone): $391,000

2015-2018      Quantitative Reconstruction of Past Drought Patterns in Western North America Using Lakes, Stable Isotopes, and Modeling, NSF-P2C2 Program (Award #1446329) [Principal Investigators: B. Steinman (Univ. of Minnesota-Duluth), M. Abbott (Univ. of Pittsburgh), M.E. Mann (Penn State Univ.)] PSU award (M.E. Mann): $145,002

2012-2017      WSC-Category 2 Collaborative: Robust decision-making for South Florida water resources by ecosystem service valuation, hydro-economic optimization, and conflict resolution modeling, NSF-Water Sustainability & Climate Program (Award #1204666)  [Multi-institution award (Univ. of Central Florida/Univ. of Florida/Univ. of Hawaii/Michigan Tech. Univ/Univ. South Florida/Univ. of Miami/Univ. of Penn/Penn State Univ). Principal Investigator (Penn State Univ): J.D. Fuentes; Co-Investigator (Penn State Univ.): M.E. Mann] PSU award (J.D. Fuentes/M.E. Mann): $300,514

2011-2014      Megadrought: Local vs Remote Causal Factors for Medieval North America, NSF-Paleo Perspectives on Climate Change Program (Award #1103316) [Principal Investigator: S. Feng (Univ. of Nebraska); Co-Investigators: Q. Hu, R.J. Oglesby, C.M. Rowe (Univ. of Nebraska), M.E. Mann (Penn State Univ.)] PSU award (M.E. Mann): $151,755

2011-2014      Advanced Regional And Decadal Predictions Of Coastal Inundation for the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, NOAA-Improving NOAA’s Climate Services for the Coastal Zone (Special Competition) (Award #NA11OAR4310101 [Principal Investigators: B. Horton (Univ. of Pennsylvania), J. Donnelly (WHOI), Reide Corbett (East Carolina Univ.), A. Kemp (Yale University), K. Lindeman (Florida Inst. Tech.), M.E. Mann (Penn State Univ.), D. Peltier (Univ. of Toronto, Canada), S. Rahmstorf (University of Potsdam, Germany)] PSU award (M.E. Mann): $120,463

2011-2014     Climate and Society – Innovative and Sustainable Collaboration with Senegal, Penn State University-AESEDA program [Principal Investigator: J.D. Fuentes; Co-Investigators: P. Tschakert, J. L. Evans, A. M. Thompson, and M.E. Mann] PSU internal award:  $75,000 

2010-2013      Development of a Northern Hemisphere Gridded Precipitation Dataset Spanning the Past Half Millennium for Analyzing Interannual and Longer-Term Variability in the Monsoons, NOAA-Climate Change Data & Detection (CCDD) Program (Award #NA10OAR4310111[Principal Investigators: Q. Hu, S. Feng, R.J. Oglesby (Univ. of Nebraska), M.E. Mann (Penn State Univ.)] PSU award (M.E. Mann): $249,800

2010-2012      Climate Literacy Zoo Education Network, NSF-Arctic Research & Education (Award #1043284) [Principal Investigators: A. Grajal (Chicago Zoological Society), S.R. Goldman (Univ. of Illinois-Chicago), M.E. Mann (Penn State Univ.)] PSU award (M.E. Mann): $32,733

2009-2013      Quantifying the influence of environmental temperature on transmission of vector-borne diseases, NSF-EF (Award #0914384) [Principal Investigator: M. Thomas; Co-Investigators: R.G. Crane, M.E. Mann, A. Read, T. Scott (Penn State Univ.)] $1,884,991

2009-2012      Toward Improved Projections of the Climate Response to Anthropogenic Forcing: Combining Paleoclimate Proxy and Instrumental Observations with an Earth System Model, NSF-ATM (Award #0902133) [Principal Investigator: M.E. Mann; Co-Investigators: K. Keller (Penn State Univ.), A. Timmermann (Univ. of Hawaii)] $541,184

2008-2011      A Framework for Probabilistic Projections of Energy-Relevant Streamflow Indices, DOE [Principal Investigator: T. Wagener; Co-Investigators: M. Mann, R. Crane, K. Freeman (Penn State Univ.)] $330,000

2008-2009      AMS Industry/Government Graduate Fellowship (Anthony Sabbatelli), American Meteorological Society [Principal Investigator: M.E. Mann (Penn State Univ.)] $23,000

2006-2009      Climate Change Collective Learning and Observatory Network in Ghana, USAID (Award #EEM-A-00-06-00014) [Principal Investigator: P. Tschakert; Co-Investigators: M.E. Mann, W. Easterling (Penn State Univ.)] $759,928

2006-2009      Analysis and testing of proxy-based climate reconstructions, NSF-ATM (Award #0542356 [Principal Investigator: M.E. Mann (Penn State Univ.)] $459,000

2006-2009      Constraining the Tropical Pacific’s Role in Low-Frequency Climate Change of the Last Millennium, NOAA-Climate Change Data & Detection (CCDD) Program (Grant #NA06OAR4310116) [Principal Investigators: K. Cobb (Georgia Tech Univ.), N. Graham (Hydro. Res. Center), M.E. Mann (Penn State Univ.), Hoerling (NOAA Clim. Dyn. Center), Alexander (NOAA Clim. Dyn. Center)] PSU award (M.E. Mann): $68,065

2006-2007      Acquisition of high-performance computing cluster for the Penn State Earth System Science Center (ESSC), NSF-EAR (Award #0548962) [Principal Investigator: M.E. Mann, Co-Investigators: R. Alley, M. Arthur, J. Evans, D. Pollard (Penn State Univ.)] $100,000

2003-2006      Decadal Variability in the Tropical Indo-Pacific: Integrating Paleo & Coupled Model Results, NOAA-Climate Change Data & Detection (CCDD) Program (Award #NA03OAR4310145) [Principal Investigators: M.E. Mann (U.Va), J. Cole (U. Arizona), V. Mehta (CRCES)] U.Va award (M.E. Mann): $102,000

2002-2005      Reconstruction and Analysis of Patterns of Climate Variability Over the Last One to Two Millennia, NOAA-Climate Change Data & Detection (CCDD) (Award #NA16GP2913) Program [Principal Investigator: M.E. Mann, Co-Investigators: S. Rutherford, R.S. Bradley, M.K. Hughes] $315,000

2002-2005      Remote Observations of Ice Sheet Surface Temperature: Toward Multi-Proxy Reconstruction of Antarctic Climate Variability, NSF-Office of Polar Programs, Antarctic Oceans and Climate System (Award #0125670) [Principal Investigators: M.E. Mann (U. Va), E. Steig (U. Wash.), D. Weinbrenner (U. Wash)] U.Va award (M.E. Mann): $133,000

2002-2003     Paleoclimatic Reconstructions of the Arctic Oscillation, NOAA-Cooperative Institute for Arctic Research (CIFAR) Program [Principal Investigators: Rosanne D'Arrigo, Ed Cook (Lamont/Columbia); Co-Investigator: M.E. Mann] U.Va subcontract (M.E. Mann): $14,400

2002-2003     Global Multidecadal-to-Century-Scale Oscillations During the Last 1000 years, NOAA-Climate Change Data & Detection (CCDD) Program [Principal Investigator: Malcolm Hughes (Univ. of Arizona); Co-Investigators: M.E. Mann; J. Park (Yale University)] U.Va subcontract (M.E. Mann): $20,775

2001-2003     Resolving the Scale-wise Sensitivities in the  Dynamical Coupling Between Climate and the Biosphere, University of Virginia-Fund for Excellence in Science and Technology (FEST)  [Principal Investigator: J.D. Albertson; Co-Investigators: H. Epstein, M.E. Mann] U.Va internal award:  $214,700

2001-2002     Advancing predictive models of marine sediment transport, Office of Naval Research [Principal Investigator: P. Wiberg (U.Va), Co-Investigator: M.E. Mann] $20,775

1999-2002      Multiproxy Climate Reconstruction: Extension in Space and Time, and Model/Data Intercomparison, NOAA-Earth Systems History (Award #NA96GP0404) [Principal Investigator: M.E. Mann (U.Va), Co-Investigators: R.S. Bradley, M.K. Hughes] $381,647

1998-2000      Validation of Decadal-to-Multi-century climate predictions, DOE [Principal Investigator: R.S. Bradley (U. Mass); Co-Investigators: H.F. Diaz, M.E. Mann]

1998-2000      The changing seasons? Detecting and understanding climatic change, NSF-Hydrological Science [Principal Investigator U. Lall (U. Utah); Co-investigators: M.E. Mann, B. Rajagopalan, M. Cane] $266,235K

1996-1999        Patterns of Organized Climatic Variability: Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Globally

Distributed Climate Proxy Records and Long-term Model Integrations, NSF-Earth Systems History [Principal Investigator: R.S. Bradley (U. Mass); Co-Investigators: M.E. Mann, M.K. Hughes] $270,000

1996-1998      Investigation of Patterns of Organized Large-Scale Climatic Variability During the Last Millennium, DOE, Alexander Hollaender Postdoctoral Fellowship [M.E. Mann] $78,000

 

Professional Activities

 

2024       Co-host (Penn Center for Science, Sustainability and the Media, with the Annenberg Public Policy Center) of the 24th Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) annual conference, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA (Apr 3-7)

2023       Co-convener/organizer (w/ X. Li, M. Wehner, Session on “Heat Waves Behind the Scenes: Drivers, Mechanisms, and Impacts”, AGU Fall Meeting

2023-      Advisory board, Outrider Foundation

2022       Provided testimony to U.S. House of Representatives (Oversight Committee, Environment Subcommittee hearing, Feb 8)

2021       Juror, CCMC Climate Communication Award

2021       Provided testimony to Australian Parliament (Senate, Environment and Communications References Committee hearing, Apr 12)

2020-      Assistant Editor, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

2020-      Global Future Council on Net-Zero Transition 2020-2021, World Economic Forum 

2019       Provided testimony to U.S. House of Representatives (Oversight Committee, Environment Subcommittee hearing, Jun 25)

2019-      Board of Directors, National Center for Science Education

2018       Co-convener/organizer (w/ G. Stone and R. Mandel), Session on “Accelerating Rates of Change Forewarn of Catastrophic Impacts”, GSA Annual Meeting

2018       Co-convener/organizer, Invited session on “Energy Flows in the Climate System”, APS March Meeting

2018       Chair, Topical Group on Physics of Climate (GPC), American Physical Society (APS)

2017-      Judge, Roddenbery Foundation Fellowship Program

2017-23  Board of Directors, PennFuture

2017       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J.M. Byrne, R. Alley), Session on “Climate Solutions: Policy, Planning, Science and Engineering in Uncertain Political and Economic Times”, AGU Fall Meeting

2017       Provided testimony to U.S. House of Representatives (Science & Technology Committee hearing, Mar 29)

2017       Chair-Elect, Topical Group on Physics of Climate (GPC), American Physical Society (APS)

2016-      Chair, Scientific Advisory Board, Climate Science Legal Defense Fund (CSLDF)

2016-      Editorial Board, Palgrave Series in Environmental Sustainability

2016       Vice Chair, Topical Group on Physics of Climate (GPC), American Physical Society (APS)

2015       Invited Science Foo Camp ("Sci Foo") participant, event organized by Nature, O'Reilly Media, and Google, GooglePlex, Mountain View, CA, Jun 26-28, 2015.

2015       Co-convener/organizer (w/ S. Hassol), Science Communication Workshop, Global Change Center/Interfaces of Global Change Interdisciplinary Graduate Education Program, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, Mar 20, 2015.

2015       Co-convener/organizer (w/ D. J. Wuebbles and M. Wehner), Session on “Severe Weather in a Changing Climate: Informing Risk”, AAAS Annual Meeting, Feb 13, 2015.

2015-21  Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure, American Association of University Professors (AAUP)

2013       Co-convener/organizer (w/ T.S. Ledley, F. Niepold, E. Maibach), Union Session on “Climate Literacy: The Role of the AGU Scientific Community in Climate Change Communication and Engagement”, AGU Fall Meeting

2013       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J.M. Byrne, S.D. Donner, P.J. Rasch), Session on “Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation”, AGU Fall Meeting

2013       Co-convener/organizer (w/ S.D. Donner, J.M. Byrne, P.J. Rasch), Session on “Cutting-Edge Challenges in Climate Change Science”, AGU Fall Meeting

2013       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J. Evans), Penn State PSIEE/EESI/EMS Workshop “Climate Change and Impacts Downscaling”, Bald Eagle State Park, PA, Aug 27-29, 2013.

2012       Co-convener/organizer (w/ G. Stone, S. Riggs, and A. Buddington), Session on “Rapid sea-level rise: past, present and future”, GSA Annual Meeting

2012-16  Hans Oeschger Medal Committee, European Geophysical Union

2011-12  Expert Reviewer, Working Group I report, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Fifth Assessment Report

2011-12  Co-organizer (w/ G. Schmidt, V. Masson-Delmotte, M. Kageyama, E. Guilyardi, A. Timmermann), Workshop on using paleo-climate model/data comparisons to constrain future projections, PAGES/CLIVAR, Honolulu, Hawaii, Mar 1-3, 2012.

2011-15  Member-at-Large of Section W (Atmospheric & Hydrospheric Sciences), American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

2010-11  Editor for series (volumes 1-10): Confronting Global Warming, Greenhaven Press, Detriot.

2011       Co-convener/organizer (w/ F. Mekik, S. Mitra, R. Sriver, C. Whitlock, J. Zhu, A. Zimmer), Session on “Using Paleo and Modern Observations to Improve Understanding of Climate Projections, Environmental Change, and Biomass Burning”, AGU Fall Meeting

2011       Co-convener/organizer (w/ G. Stone, A. Buddington, and M. Chandler), Session on “Extreme Climate and Weather: Past, Present, and Future”, GSA Annual Meeting

2010       Invited Science Foo Camp ("Sci Foo") participant, event organized by Nature, O'Reilly Media, and Google, GooglePlex, Mountain View, CA, July 30-Aug 1, 2010

2010       Co-convener/organizer (w/ G. Stone, A. Buddington), Session on “Exposing Myths and Misrepresentations of Climate Change and Evolution Science”, GSA Annual Meeting

2009       Co-convener/organizer (w/ G. Stone, A. Buddington), Pardee Keynote Symposium on “Crisis In The Cryosphere”, GSA Annual Meeting

2009-      Guest Editor, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

2007-08  Associate Editor, G-Cubed, special issue on “Tropical Cyclone-Climate Interactions on All Time Scales"

2007       Co-convener/organizer (w/ P. Jones), IAMAS session on “The Holocene-Anthropocene Transition: From Natural to Human-Dominance of the Earth System”, IUGG 24th General Assembly

2007-08  Member of steering committee, “post-Earth Systems History” workshop, NSF

2007       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J. Jouzel, P. Jones, W. Dullo), special session `` Climate of the last millennium”, 4th General Assembly, European Geophysical Union

2006       Co-convener/organizer (w/ K. Emanuel, M. Huber, J. Gulledge, P. Webster), theme session ``Tropical Cyclone-Climate Interactions on All Time Scale”, Annual Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union

2006       Provided testimony to U.S. House of Representatives (Energy and Commerce Committee hearing, July 27)

2006                 Co-chair, Workshop on “Past Millennia Climate Variability”, Wengen Switzerland

2006       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J. Jouzel, P. Jones, W. Dullo), special session `` Climate of the last millennium”, 3rd General Assembly, European Geophysical Union

2005-08  Editorial advisory board, The Holocene           

2005-06  Expert Reviewer, Working Group I report, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Fourth Assessment Report

2005       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J. D. Gong and Luterbacher), special session ``Explaining the Climates of Historic Times: Detection and Attribution of Anthropogenic Influences’’, Biennial Assembly of IAMAS

2005       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J. Jouzel, P. Jones, W. Dullo), special session `` Climate of the last millennium”, 2nd General Assembly, European Geophysical Union

2004       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J. Jouzel, P. Jones, W. Dullo), special session `` Climate of the past millennium”, 1st General Assembly, European Geophysical Union

2003-04 Member, National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council Committee on Radiative Forcing Effects on Climate

2003       Provided testimony to U.S. Senate ('Environment and Public Works' Committee hearing, July 29)

2003       Chair of organizing committee, National Academy of Sciences Frontiers of Science symposium

2003       Co-convener/organizer (w/ P. Jones, V. Masson-Delmotte), IAMAS session on `` Climate of the Holocene”, IUGG

2003       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J. Jouzel, P. Jones, W. Dullo), special session `` Climate of the past millennium”, 28th General Assembly, European Geophysical Society

2003-05  Advisory board member for Scientific American 'Scientific American 50'

2003       Invited Participant, Workshop on Estimating Climate Sensitivity, National Academy of Sciences

2003-06 Member of steering committee, NSF Marine Earth Systems History (MESH) Panel

2003-05  Committee on Probability & Statistics, American Meteorological Society

2002-05   IAMAS delegate for U.S./International Commission on Climate (ICCL)

2002     Organizing committee, National Academy of Sciences Frontiers of Science symposium

2002       Co-convener/organizer (w/ H. Von Storch, R. Brazdil), theme session ``Understanding the Late Maunder Minimum climate anomaly”, Annual Spring meeting, American Geophysical Union

2002       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J. Jouzel, P. Jones, W. Dullo), special session `` Climate of the past millennium”, 27th General Assembly, European Geophysical Society

2001-02 Member, advisory board, Earth Interactions (American Geophysical Union)

2001       Chair/Organizer, session on "Climate Change Detection/Attribution", National Academy of Science Frontiers of Science annual symposium, Irvine, California, Nov 8-10, 2001.

2001       Organizer and Host, PAGES/CLIVAR workshop on Reconstructing Late Holocene Climate, Charlottesville, Virginia, April 17-20, 2001.

2001       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J. Jouzel, P. Jones), special session `` Climate of the past millennium”, 26th General Assembly, European Geophysical Society

2001       Co-convener/organizer, NASA /IPRC/ CLIVAR workshop on Decadal Climate   Variability, Manoa, Hawaii, Jan 8-12, 2001.

2000-04  Member of Working Group, International PAGES/CLIVAR

2000-04  Panel member, NOAA Climate Change Data and Detection Program

2000-02 Editor, Journal of Climate

2000       Co-convener (w/ J. Jouzel, P. Jones), special session `` Climate of the past millennium”, 25th General Assembly, European Geophysical Society

1999       Co-convener/organizer (w/ J. Jouzel), special session ``Data and model studies of climate changes over the last millennium”, 24th General Assembly, European Geophysical Society

  1. Invited adviser, NOAA Global Change and Climate Panel, Boulder, CO

1999     Guest editor, special issue of Climatic Change

1999       Co-convener (w/ J. Overpeck), PAGES/CLIVAR workshop on multiproxy climate reconstruction, Boulder, CO

1998-00  Lead author, Chapter 2, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Third Assessment Report

1998-00  Contributing author, Chapters 7,8,12, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Third Assessment Report

1997       Co-convener/organizer (w/ E. Cook, H. Pollack, D. Chapman) , theme session ``Multiproxy Climate Reconstruction…”, Annual Fall meeting, American Geophysical Union

 

  • Memberships: American Meteorological Society (Fellow); American Geophysical Union (Fellow); Geological Society of America (Fellow); American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow); European Geophysical Society; American Physical Society; Sigma Xi; American Association of University Professors; Authors Guild
  • Reviewer for: Nature; Nature Climate Change; Nature Geoscience; Nature Communications; Scientific Reports; Science; PNAS; Geology; Climatic Change; Geophysical Research Letters; Journal of Climate; JGR-Ocean; JGR-Atmospheres; Paleoceanography; Climate Dynamics; Eos; Int. J. Climatol.; Water Resources Research; Holocene; GSA Today; Climate of the Past; Earth and Planetary Science Letters; Global & Planetary Change; Water Resources Research; Atmospheric & Solar-Terrestrial Physics; Climate Research; PLoS Biology; QJRMS; National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences; IPCC AR5; NSF, NOAA, DOE grant programs; U.S. CCSP; numerous books and/or book chapters.

 

Public Outreach:

 

  • Popular Media (500-1000 interviews/quotes/cites per year):

Films & Documentaries: Canary (October, 2023); Greta Thunberg: A Year to Change the World (BBC; April 2021); The Road to Change: America’s Climate Crisis (CNN; April 2020); Climate Change - The Facts (PBS; April 2020); Climategate-Science of a Scandal (BBC; Nov 2019); Ice on Fire (HBO; May 2019); Climate Change - The Facts (BBC; April 2019); From Paris to Pittsburgh (December, 2018); State of Denial – Fault Lines (April, 2017); Bill Nye: Science Guy (March, 2017); The Doubt Machine: Inside The Koch Brothers' War on Climate Science​ (October, 2016); Before The Flood (September, 2016), Disobedience (April, 2016), How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change (January, 2016), Normal Is Over (January, 2016), Merchants Of Doubt (March, 2015), Last Hours (October, 2013), Greedy Lying Bastards (March 2013).

Television: CBS Evening News; NBC Evening News; ABC Evening News; CBS Sixty Minutes; ABC This Week with George Stephanopoulos; ABC Nightline; Good Morning America (ABC); Today Show (NBC); CBS Mornings; CBS Saturday Morning; Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO); PBS; PBS News Hour; PBS NOVA; PBS Amanpour and Company; CNN; CNN headline news; CNN (Lou Dobbs show); CNN (Campbell Brown Show); CNN (New Day); CNN (New Day Weekend); CNN Special “Global Warning”; CNN Special “All the President’s Lies”; CNN International; NBC New York; NBC Washington; NBCLX; MSNBC, MSNBC (“Up with Chris Hayes”), MSNBC (“Morning Joe”), MSNBC (“All In with Chris Hayes”); MSNBC (“Now with Alex Wagner”), MSNBC (“Hardball with Chris Matthews”), MSNBC (“Andrea Mitchell Reports”), MSNBC (“The Jansing Report”), MSNBC (“The Reid Report”); MSNBC (“Weekends with Alex Witt”), MSNBC (“MSNBC Live With Thomas Roberts”); MSNBC (“MSNBC Live With Katy Tur”), MSNBC (“Velshi and Ruhle”), MSNBC (“The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell”); MSNBC (“The Medhi Hasan Show”); MSNBC (“Ayman”); MSNBC (“Velshi”); MSNBC/Peacock; CNBC (“The News with Shepard Smith”); ABC Nature’s Edge (with Bill Blakemore); PBS (“Charlie Rose Show”); Democracy Now; Years Of Living Dangerously (Showtime); The Weather Channel; The Weather Channel “Weather Gone Viral” series; BBC; BBC World News;  BBC Scotland; Channer 4 News (UK); RTE Prim Time (Ireland); Sky News; CBC News; CBC News (“The National”); CBC ("The Hour" with George Stroumboulopoulos); Current TV (“The Young Turks” with Cenk Uygur); Current TV (“The War Room” with Jennifer Granholm); 60 Minutes Australia (Australia); The Project (Australia); ABC (Q&A; Australia); ABC News (Lateline Show; Australia); ABC News (News Breakfast; Australia); Bloomberg Television; RT Network (“The Big Picture with Thom Hartmann”); The Agenda with Steve Paikin (TVO); The Whole Truth with David Eisenhower (WHYY); Full Court Press with Greta Van Susteren (Gray TV); Chedder TV; The Rubin Report; Real Talk with Ryan Jespersen; Al Jazeera English (“Inside Story”); Al Jazeera America (“Inside Story”); RTE News (Ireland); TruTV (“Adam Ruins Everything”); The History Channel, Earth: The Climate Wars; Volatile Earth (TV mini-series, UK); The Research Channel; Accuweather; and numerous other international, national, regional/ and local news program.

Monthly climate-themed television show (with Michal Nachmany), The Daily Climate Show, Sky News (UK), 2021-22

Radio and podcast:  NPR (“Morning Edition”, “All Things Considered”, “Weekend Edition”, “Talk of the Nation”; “Earth and Sky”, “Diane Rehm Show”, “On Point with Tom Ashbrook”;  PRI “To The Point”; PRI “Living On Earth”; PRI “The Takeaway”, PRI “The World”; PRI “Marketplace”); Science Friday; Fox News (“Alan Colmes Show”), Michael Smerconish show, Al Franken Podcast, Voice of America; BBC, BBC World Service, BBC HardTalk; BBC Radio 4; RTE News (Ireland); CBC Radio; CBC Radio (“The Current”); CBC Radio (“Quirks & Quarks”);ABC News Radio (Australia); Stand Up! With Pete Dominick (Sirius/XM radio), Dan Rather’s America (Sirius/XM radio), Majority Report with Sam Seder, Ring of Fire with Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Thom Hartmann show, “Explorations in Science” with Michio Kaku; WCBS, KCBS; WNBC; WAMU (Kojo Nnamdi show); WHYY radio (Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane); KQED (San Fran); KALW (San Fran); KTRH (Houston); WPSU; Radio PA (Harrisburg), WWL Radio News (New Orleans), WFAE (“Charlotte Talks”, Charlotte); On the Green Front with Betsy Rosenberg (Progressive Radio Network); TalkRadio (UK); CLEO “House of Fire” podcast; Year Project “Climate 2020” podcast; The Lancet Voice podcast; ClimaTrends podcast; The Planet Podcast (and numerous others)

Print (weekly/monthly):  Time, People, Newsweek, Life, US News & World Report, New Republic, The Atlantic, Economist, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Esquire, The New Yorker, Mother Jones, American Prospect, The Nation, Chronicle of Higher Education, Miller-McCune, Macleans (and numerous others)

Print (weekly/monthly, scientific):  Scientific American, New Scientist, National Geographic, Discover, Science News, Science, Nature, Popular Science, Seed, Cosmos, Geotimes, Weekly Reader (“current science”), Audubon Magazine, Scholastic SuperScience (and numerous others)

Print (daily):  USA Today, New York Times, New York Times "Science Times", New York Daily News, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, National Journal, Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Seattle Times, Houston Chronicle, Chicago Tribune, International Herald Tribune, Philadelphia Inquirer, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Miami Herald, Washington Times, Christian Science Monitor; National Post (Canada); London Times (UK), The Guardian (UK), The Independent (UK); Die Welt (Germany), Le Monde (France), Haaretz (Israel), Pravda (Russia) (and numerous others)

Print (daily, syndicated): AP, UPI, Reuters, Scripps Howard, Knight Ridder, McClatchy, Ascribe, Greenwire

Online: Huffington Post, Salon, Slate, Discovery Channel, Time, National Geographic, LiveScience, The Conversation (and numerous others)

Interactive Online Events: Guardian live blog; Huffington Post Live; Reddit, Fire Dog Lake; Daily Kos; Allegheny Front

Theater/Museums/Exhibits: “Earth Archives: Stories of Human Impact”, Penn State Libraries exhibition, Spring/Summer 2022; Rap Guide to Climate Chaos "TalkBack", Soho Playhouse, New York, NY, 5/14/16; Extreme Whether, Theater for the New City, New York, NY, 10/2/14-10/26/14; Museum of Modern Art (New York) exhibit “Design and the Elastic Mind”, Fall 2007

Profiles: Scientific American, Discover, Fortune, New Scientist, Mother Jones, Wall Street Journal, Audubon Magazine, Harrisburg Patriot-News, Williamsport Guardian, TRT World, The Centre Daily Times, The Tribune-Democrat, The Independent (UK), Le Monde (France), Les Echos (France), Die Zeit (Germany), Eos (American Geophysical Union), Catalyst (Union of Concerned Scientists Newsletter), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences; Penn Today (University of Pennsylvania); The Lion’s Roar (Penn State); The Cavalier Daily (UVa); The Daily Collegian (Penn State), Yale Alumni Magazine, Penn Stater (Penn State Alumni Magazine), California Magazine (UC Berkeley Alumni Magazine); The Pennsylvania Gazette (Penn Alumni Magazine), Academic Influence

  • Op-Eds/Commentaries: The Hill (Mar 26 2024);New York Times (Feb 14 2024); Los Angeles Times (Dec 11 2023); LiveScience (Nov 4, 2023); Time Magazine (Nov 20 2023); The Brilliant (Nov 8 2023); The Hill (Nov 5 2023); Time Magazine (Oct 25 2023); The Hill (Oct 13 2023); Rolling Stone (Oct 8 2023); Philadelphia Inquirer (Sep 27 2023); USA Today (Sep 27 2023); Boston Globe (Sep 25 2023); Los Angeles Times (Sep 24 2023); The Guardian (Jul 19 2023); The Independent (Jun 9 2023); The Guardian (Apr 7 2023); The Hill (Feb 23 2023); Time Magazine (Nov 15 2022); Los Angeles Times (Nov 6 2022); The New Republic (Oct 12 2022); Guardian (Sep 30 2022); The Hill (Sep 12 2022); The Hill (Jul 22 2022); The Hill (Jun 15 2022); The Guardian (May 27 2022); Newsweek (Apr 29 2022); Time Magazine (Apr 12 2022); Boston Globe (Apr 4 2022); Los Angeles Times (Apr 3 2022); Everett Herald (Mar 5 2022); Fast Company (Mar 5 2022); Buffalo News (Mar 4 2022); Houston Chronicle (Mar 1 2022); New Haven Register (Mar 1 2022); Edwardsville Intelligencer (Mar 1 2022);  Fairfield Citizen (Mar 1 2022);  Jacksonville Journal-Courier (Mar 1 2022);  (Mar 1 2022); The Conversation (Mar 1 2022); Daily Maverick (Feb 24, 2022); Washington Post (Feb 23 2022); The Hill (Feb 7 2022); Boston Globe (Dec 21 2021); NBC News Think (Nov 19, 2021); Los Angeles Times (Nov 13, 2021); Boston Globe (Nov 9 2021); Greensboro News & Record (Nov 6, 2021); The New Statesman (Nov 4, 2021); Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Nov 3, 2021); The Guardian (Oct 31, 2021); Los Angeles Times (Oct 31, 2021);  The Scotsman (Oct 30, 2021); The Hill (Oct 12, 2021); The Morning Call (Sep 21, 2021); The Boston Globe (Sep 15, 2021); Lehigh Valley Live (Sep 12, 2021); Times Herald (PA)(Sep 7, 2021); Pottstown Mercury (Sep 7, 2021); Lansdale Reporter (Sep 7, 2021); Centre Daily Times (Sep 5, 2021); The Portland Press-Herald (Aug 29, 2021); The Hill (Aug 19, 2021); The Boston Globe (Aug 16, 2021); Time Magazine (Aug 9, 2021); Time Magazine (Aug 6, 2021); The Guardian (Jul 28, 2021); The Hill (Jul 22, 2021); The Guardian (Jun 29, 2021); New York Times (Jun 29 2021); Philadelphia Inquirer (Jun 28 2021); Newsweek (Jun 25 2021); USA Today (Jun 21 2021); MarketWatch (Jun 16 2021); Scientific American (Jun 1, 2021); The Guardian (Apr 22, 2021); Newsweek (Apr 6, 2021); The Guardian (Mar 24, 2021); Newsweek (Feb 23, 2021); Crikey (Feb 8 2021); The Hill (Feb 4, 2021); USA Today (Feb 2, 2021); NBC News Think (Dec 19, 2020); The Guardian (Oct 18, 2020); The Guardian (Oct 16, 2020); Newsweek (Sep 28, 2020); Newsweek (Sep 14, 2020); Newsweek (Aug 28, 2020); Newsweek (Aug 11, 2020); The Guardian (Jul 29, 2020); California Magazine (Summer 2020); The Hill (Jun 1, 2020); Newsweek (May 7, 2020); Newsweek (Apr 1, 2020); The Guardian (Feb 6, 2020); The Guardian (Feb 3, 2020); Newsweek (Jan 14, 2020); The Conversation (Jan 10, 2020); The Guardian (Jan 2, 2020); Newsweek (Nov 14, 2019); Tampa Bay Times (Nov 12, 2019); Newsweek (Oct 29, 2019); Lexington Herald-Leader (Oct 2, 2019); Times Higher Education (Sep 27, 2019);  Newsweek (Sep 24, 2019); Time Magazine (Sep 12, 2019); The Guardian (Sep 4, 2019); Hartford Courant (Aug 25, 2019); Spektrum (Germany)(Jun 19, 2019); USA Today (Jun 3, 2019); Courier-Journal (May 16, 2019); Observer-Reporter (Apr 28, 2019); Harrisburg Patriot-News (Mar 25, 2019); The Guardian (Mar 20, 2019); New Zealand Herald (Mar 5, 2019); The Observer/Guardian (Feb 3, 2019); Newsweek (Aug 22, 2019); Newsweek (Aug 15, 2019); Newsweek (Aug 6, 2019); Newsweek (Jun 6, 2019); Newsweek (May 21, 2019); Newsweek (May 10, 2019); Newsweek (Apr 24, 2019); National Geographic (Apr 22, 2019); Newsweek (Apr 5, 2019); Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (Mar 29, 2019); Newsweek (Mar 28, 2019); Newsweek (Apr 5, 2019); Huffington Post (Dec 11, 2018); Politico (Nov 29, 2018); Newsweek (Nov 28, 2018); Hartford Courant (Nov 3, 2018); Washington Post (Nov 2, 2018); The Guardian (Sep 14, 2018); Virgin Racing (Aug 6, 2018); The Hill (Jun 13, 2018); Scientific American (Apr 20, 2018); New Scientist (Feb 21, 2018); New York Times (Feb 5, 2018); Climate Reality (Jan 4, 2018); The Bend Bulletin (Jan 2, 2018); CNN (Nov 7, 2017); The Bend Bulletin (Oct 25, 2017); The Guardian (Aug 28, 2017); Scientific American (Sep 8, 2017); Washington Post (Sep 7, 2017); Washington Post (Jul 12, 2017); Common Dreams (Jul 10, 2017); The Colorado Springs Gazette (Aug 13, 2017); The San Diego Union-Tribune (Jul 7, 2017); The Roanoke Times (Jun 11, 2017); Foreign Affairs (Apr 21, 2017); Time (Apr 8, 2017); New Scientist (Feb 10, 2017); Undark Magazine (Feb 10, 2017); The Guardian (Feb 6, 2017); The Hill (Jan 31, 2017); Columbia Univ/LDEO Voices (Jan 9, 2017); Centre Daily Times (Dec 23, 2016); Washington Post (Dec 16, 2016); Le Monde (Nov 29, 2016); Alternet (Oct 14, 2016); Huffington Post/Ecowatch (Oct 3, 2016); Huffington Post/Ecowatch (Sep 19, 2016); Washington Post (Sep 18, 2016); The Hill (Sep 14, 2016); Regina Leader-Post (Jul 19, 2016); Huffington Post/Ecowatch (Jul 15, 2016); Prescott Daily Courier (May 28, 2016); Centre Daily Times (May 26, 2016); Huffington Post/Ecowatch/Planet Experts (Mar 28, 2016); Columbia Basin Herald (Mar 24, 2016); Harrisburg Patriot-News (Feb 25, 2016); Knoxville News-Sentinel (Feb 7, 2016); LiveScience/Huffington Post (Jan 25, 2016); New York Times (Dec 7, 2015); The Union (Oct 10, 2015); Huffington Post/Ecowatch/Planet Experts (Dec 23, 2015); Huffington Post (Dec 13, 2015); The Union (Sep 23, 2015); Huffington Post/Ecowatch/Planet Experts (Sep 21, 2015); Huffington Post/Ecowatch (Sep 11, 2015); The Guardian (Aug 11, 2015); Ecowatch (Jun 5, 2015), Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Apr 8, 2015), Huffington Post/Planet Experts/Ecowatch (Feb 26, 2015); The Guardian (Jan 31, 2015); EcoWatch (Jan 30, 2015); Providence Journal (Dec 11, 2014)); Huffington Post/Ecowatch (Dec 8, 2014); Philadelphia Inquirer (Dec 5, 2014); The Conversation (Oct 21, 2014); Huffington Post (Oct 17, 2014); Huffington Post (Oct 10, 2014); Huffington Post/EcoWatch (Oct 3, 2014); Huffington Post/EcoWatch (Sep 19, 2014); Huffington Post/EcoWatch (Aug 7, 2014); Ecowatch (Aug 6, 2014); Allentown Morning Call (Jul 30, 2014); Huffington Post (Jun 9, 2014); Huffington Post (May 18, 2014); The Guardian (May 6, 2014); EcoWatch (Mar 27, 2014); Centre Daily Times (Mar 20, 2014); LiveScience (Feb 25, 2014); The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Feb 23, 2014); Mark News (Feb 21, 2014); Huffington Post (Feb 9, 2014); New York Times (Jan 19, 2014); The Virginian-Pilot (Jan 8, 2014); Scranton Times-Tribune (Dec 20, 2013); Huffington Post (Nov 21, 2013); EcoWatch (Nov 16, 2013); Huffington Post (Oct 31, 2013); The Guardian (Sep 28, 2013); Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Sep 27, 2013); Huffington Post (Sep 27, 2013); LiveScience (Sep 26, 2013); Richmond Times-Dispatch (Aug 24, 2013); Centre Daily Times (Jun 27, 2013), Harrisburg Patriot-News (Jun 13, 2013); Huffington Post (May 13, 2013); The Scientist (Mar 27, 2013); Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Apr 12, 2013); Huffington Post (Feb 4, 2013); Popular Science (Dec 12, 2012); Huffington Post (Sep 24, 2012); Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Sep 12, 2012); Australian Broadcasting Corporation (Aug 7, 2012); The Mark News (April 20, 2012); The Daily Climate (Aug 6, 2012); The Vancouver Sun (June 7, 2012); World Financial Review (May/June, 2012); The Reporter (May 14, 2012); The Helsinki Times (May 9, 2012); The Trentonian (April 13, 2012); CNN (March 28, 2012); Orange Country Register (Mar 16, 2012); BBC Knowledge (Feb 2012); BBC Focus (Dec 2011); Politico (Mar 8, 2011); New Scientist (Nov 2, 2010); Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Oct 9, 2010); Washington Post (Oct 8, 2010); Minneapolis Star-Tribune (Jul 29, 2010); Voices of Central Pennsylvania (Feb 2010); Washington Post (Dec 18, 2009; reprinted in Miami Herald 12/19/09, Salt Lake Tribune 12/18/09, and Monterey Herald 12/21/09); Harrisburg Patriot-News (Feb 11, 2007); St Louis Post-Dispatch (Feb 23, 2006); The Press (NJ; Feb 7, 2006); Roanoke Times (Feb 7, 2006); Middleton Times-Herald (NY; Feb 7, 2006); Akron Beacon Journal (Feb 6, 2006); Anniston Star (AL; Feb 5, 2006); Newark Star-Ledger (Feb 5, 2006); Salt Lake Tribune (Feb 3, 2006); Post Standard (NY; Feb 2, 2006); Providence Journal (Oct 3, 2003); Seattle News-Tribune (Aug 10, 2003)       
  • Letters published: Le Soir (Dec 5 2023); Wall Street Journal (Aug 6 2023); New York Times (Oct 16 2021); Wall Street Journal (Aug 17 2021); The Guardian (Nov 13 2020); The Boston Globe (Mar 18 2020); The Eagle-Tribune (Nov 30 2019); The Aspen Times (Jul 2 2019); The Guardian (Apr 3 2019); Centre Daily Times (Sep 9, 2018); The Daily Item (Aug 24, 2018); StateCollege.com (Aug 20, 2018); Wall Street Journal (May 22, 2018); Asheville Citizen-Times (Jan 16, 2018); Transylvania Times (Jan 15, 2018); San Luis Obispo New Times (Aug 10, 2017); New Times Findlay Courier (Jun 20, 2017); Curry Pilot (Jun 14, 2017); New Haven Register (Apr 12, 2017); Litchfield County Times (Apr 12, 2017); Santa Clarita Valley Signal (Apr 11, 2017); Del Mar Times (Feb 23, 2017); Trentonian/Pottsdown Mercury (Feb 1, 2017); Los Angeles Times (Jan 19, 2017); Des Moines Register (Dec 23, 2016); Manchester Union Leader (Nov 23, 2016); Sun Community News (Jul 1, 2016); St. Albert Gazette (Jun 29, 2016); Times-News (May 3, 2016); Centre Daily Times (May 2, 2016); Conway Daily Sun (Apr 29, 2016); Lakeland Times (Jan 8, 2016); Crossville Chronicle (Jan 6, 2016); Lakeland Times (Dec 18, 2015); Lakeland Times (May 22, 2015); St John’s Telegram (Apr 17, 2015); Waterbury Republican-American (Sep 14, 2014); Louisville Courier-Journal (Jan 21, 2014); Richmond Times-Dispatch (Aug 5, 2013); Bismarck Tribune (Sep 15, 2012); The Garden Island (Sep 14, 2012); U-T San Diego (Aug 30, 2012); Wall Street Journal (Mar 22, 2012); Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Feb 28, 2012); The Australian (Feb 3, 2012); Wall Street Journal (Feb 1, 2012); Wall Street Journal (Dec 5, 2011); Scientific American (Oct 2011); Newsweek (Mar 15, 2010); Wall Street Journal (July 15, 2010); Wall Street Journal (Dec 31, 2009); Washington Post (Dec 1, 2009); Harrisburg Patriot-News (Oct 18, 2009); New York Times (Mar 20, 2007) (and several others).
  • Book Reviews: “Summer Reading: Michael Mann” [multiple books] (Omnia magazine, May 30, 2023); “Thirty books to help us understand the world in 2020; Michael E. Mann on the environment” [multiple books] (The Guardian, Oct 18, 2020); On Fire by Naomi Klein (Nature, Sep 18 2019); The Demon-Haunted World by Carl Sagan (Nature, Aug 3, 2017); Atmosphere of Hope by Tim Flannery (Los Angeles Review of Books, Oct 6, 2015); Agenda 21 by Glenn Beck (Popular Science, Dec 12, 2012); Language Intelligence by Joe Romm (RealClimate, Aug 20, 2012); Climate Cover Up by James Hoggan and Richard Littlemore (RealClimate, Oct 20, 2009); Unscientific America by Chris Mooney and Sheril Kirshenbaum (RealClimate, Jul 8, 2009); Storm World by Chris Mooney (RealClimate, Jun 8, 2007); Paleoclimate, Global Change, and the Future by Ray Bradley (Eos, Oct 7, 2003)
  • Review quotes (books): The Future of Energy by Richard Black (in press); Birds & Flowers – An Intimate 50 Million Year Relationship by Jeff Ollerton (2024); Melted Away: A Memoir of Climate Change and Caregiving in Peru by Barbara Drake-Vera (2024); Reap The Wind by Joel Burcat (2024); Melted Away: A Memoir of Climate Change and Caregiving in Peru by Barbara Drake-Vera (2024); Climate Denial in American Politics by Gerald Kutney (2023); Solving the Climate Crisis by John L. Berger (2023); Computing the Climate by Steve Easterbrook (2023); The Heat Will Kill You First by Jeff Goodell (2023); Climate Travels by Mike Gunter (2023); Solving Climate Change by Jonathan Koomey and Ian Monroe (2023); No Miracles Needed by Mark Jacobson (2023); Life: A Journey through Science and Politics by Paul R. Ehrlich (2023); The Deluge by Stephen Markley (2023); Surviving the Climate Crisis by Stephen Turton (2022); Climate Crisis Chronicles by Ethan Sacks (2022); Elderflora by Jared Farmer (2022); Humanity’s Moment by Joelle Gergis (2022); The Carbon Almanac by Seth Godin (2022); The Vortex by Scott Carney and Jason Miklian (2022); Horizon Work: At the Edges of Knowledge in an Age of Runaway Climate Change by Adriana Petryna (2022); Turn the Tide on Climate Anxiety by Megan Kennedy-Woodward and Patrick Kennedy-Williams (2022); Climate Change in Human History (2nd edition) edited by Benjamin Lieberman and Elizabeth Gordon (2022); The Changing Flow of Energy through the Climate System by Kevin Trenberth (2022); I Bugiardi del Clima (“Climate Liars”) by Stella Levantesi  (2021); Race For Tomorrow by Simon Mundy (2021); Regeneration, Ending the Climate Crisis in One Generation by Paul Hawken (2021); World-Whizzing Facts by Emily Grossman (2021); Is AI Good for the Planet? By Benedetta Brevini (2021); Introduction to Modern Climate Change (3rd edition) by Andrew Dessler (2021); For Small Creatures Such as We by Sasha Sagan (2021); Climate Chaos by Brian Fagan and Nadia Durrani (2021); Our Sunburnt Country by Anika Molesworth (2021); How to Win Support for Climate Action by Eric Schwartzman (2021); Ms. Adventure by Jess Phoenix (2021); Drought, Flood, Fire: How Climate Change Contributes to Recent Catastrophes by Chris Funk (2021); Around the World in 80 Plants by Jonathan Drori (2021); Resetting the Future: What If Solving the Climate Crisis Is Simple by Tom Bowman (2021); The Loneliest Polar Bear by Kale Williams (2021); Crude A Memoir by Pablo Fajardo, Sophie Tardy-Joubert, Illustrated by Damien Roudeau, and translated by Hannah Chute (2021); How to Spend a Million Dollars by Rowan Hooper (2021); Riders on the Storm by Alistair McIntosh (2020); Investing to Save the Planet by Alice Ross (2020); 100% Clean, Renewable Energy and Storage for Everything by Marc Jacobson (2020);  Youth to Power by Jaime Margolin (2020); How Are We Going to Explain This?: Our Future on a Hot Earth by Jelmer Mommers (2020); Cranky Uncle: Cranky Uncle vs. Climate Change: How to Understand and Respond to Climate Science Deniers by John Cook (2020); The Triumph of Doubt by David Michaels (2020); Mississippi River: Headwaters and Heartland to Delta and Gulf by David Freese and Simon Winchester (2020); How to Talk to Your Kids About Climate Change by Harriet Shugarman (2020); The Future We Choose: Surviving the Climate Crisis by Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac (2020); The Weathermaker by Glenn Schwartz (2020); The Triumph of Doubt by David Michaels (2020); The Citizen's Guide to Climate Success by Mark Jaccard (2019); The Climate Crisis and Corrupt Politics by Larry Schweiger (2019); Watershed by H.N. Deeb (2019); Irma Was Here by Diandra Jone (2019); Why Trust Science by Naomi Oreskes (2019); From What Is to What If by Rob Hopkins (2019); The Future of Academic Freedom by Henry Reichman (2019); Renewable Energy: A Primer for the Twenty-First Century by Bruce Usher (2019); Sudden Spring: Stories of Adaptation in a Climate-Changed South by Rick Van Noy (2019); The World of Thermo by Guy Walton (2018); The Memory We Could Be: Overcoming Fear to Create Our Ecological Future by Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik (2018); The Universe as It Really Is: Earth, Space, Matter, and Time by Thomas R. Scott and James Powell (2018); A New Reality: Human Evolution for a Sustainable Future by Dr. Jonas Salk and Jonathan Salk (2018); The Drawdown Agenda (podcast, 2018); The Skeptics Guide to the Universe by Steven Novella (2018); Climate Change in Human History by Benjamin Lieberman and Elizabeth Gordon (2018); Negan the Stardust by K.C. Land (2017); Tales of an Ecotourist by Mike Gunter Jr. (2017); Everything All at Once by Bill Nye (2017), The Climate Majority by Leo Barasi (2017); Being The Change by Peter Kalmus (2017); Not A Scientist by Dave Levitan (2017); Gaia and the Golden Toad by Joan Muller (2016); The Cure for Catastrophe by Robert Muir-Wood (2016); War On Science by Shawn Otto (2016); The Truthful Art by Alberto Cairo (2016); How The World Breaks by Stan and Paul Cox (2016); When The Wind Blows by Stacy Clark (2015); Harnessing Science to Change the World by Bill Nye (2015); Climate Change and Society: Sociological Perspectives by Riley E. Dunlap and Robert J. Brulle (2015); Climate Change, Capitalism and Corporations: Processes of Creative Self-destruction by Christopher Wright and Daniel Nyberg (2015); Please Don’t Paint Our Planet Pink by Gregg Kleiner and Laurel Thompson (2015); Your Life as Planet Earth by Howard Lee (2014); Virginia Climate Fever by Stephen Nash (2014); Climate Peril by John J. Berger (2014); The Big Pivot by Andrew Winston (2014); The Collapse of Western Civilization: A View from the Future by Naomi Oreskes and Erik Conway (2014); Fore and the Future of Practically Everything by Richard L. Handy (2013); Banned on the Hill by Franke James (2013); The Zero Footprint Baby by Keya Chatterjee (2013); The Year of the Bad Decision by Charles Sobczak (2013); Rising Seas: Past, Present, Future by Vivien Gornitz (2013); Rising Sea Levels: An Introduction to Cause and Impact by Hunt Janin and Scott A. Mandia (2013); Overheated by Andrew Guzman (2013); The Aviator by Gareth Renowden (2012); Snowcial: An Antarctic Social Network Story by Chelsea Prince (2012); Navigating The Perfect Moral Storm: Climate Ethics by Donald Brown (2012); The Evolution of Everything by Mark Sumner; Storm World by Chris Mooney (2008); Climate Change: What it Means for Us, Our Children, and Our Grandchildren”, edited by Joseph Dimento and Pamela Doughman (2007)
  • Review quotes (other): The Race to Save The world (film, 2021); 'Atmos Totnes' transition city project by Rob Hopkins (2021); The Sustainability Agenda podcast by Fergal Byrne (2021); Changing the Digital Climate: How Climate Change Web Content is Being Censored Under the Trump Administration by The Environmental Data & Governance Initiative (EDGI) (report, 2018); Being The Change (film, 2017); A Burning Question (film, 2012)
  • Press Conferences/Briefings: Université catholique de Louvain (4/28/22); Climate Power (12/21/21); Democratic Party of Virginia (10/8/21); American Physical Society (3/17/21); American Geophysical Union (12/12/17); American Association for the Advancement of Science (2/13/15); Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah (5/14/14); PennEnvironment (6/5/13); Truman National Security Project, PennFuture, Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy Coalition & selected members of the Pennsylvania General Assembly (1/14/13); European Geophysical Union (4/26/12); Prism Public Affairs (11/18/10); PennEnvironment (9/8/10); National Wildlife Federation (8/25/10); American Geophysical Union (12/17/09); Resource Media (11/24/09); National Science Foundation (8/11/09); European Geophysical Union (4/23/09); American Geophysical Union (5/30/02)
  • Guest contributor to: One Degree (The Weather Channel); Seed Magazine; Climate One (The Commonwealth Club), The Weather Underground, Climate Reality
  • Co-founder and contributor, climate science website "RealClimate.org" (founded 12/04)
  • Miscellaneous advisory boards/editorial boards/councils: The Brilliant, 2023-; Subnational Climate Finance Initiative (SCF), 2022-; Food Tank, 2022-, OnePointFive Climate Pledge, 2022-, “Don’t Look Up” outreach project (Netflix), 2021-; Climate Power, 2021-, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Climate Leadership Academy, 2021-, EcoAthletes, 2019-, Science Debate, 2019-, One Earth, 2018-, End Climate Silence, 2018-, Cover Climate, Public Citizen, 2018-, Climate Action Platform, 2018-, Climate Leadership Engagement Opportunities (CLEO), 2018-, Virgin Racing/Richard Branson’s Race Against Climate Change, 2017-20, Being The Change film, 2017-18, RENEW Institute, SUNY-Buffalo, 2017-18, Tidewater Security Project, 2016-18, ClimateTruth.org, 2015-17, Planet Experts, 2014, California Climate Breakthrough Initiative, 2014-17, National Center for Science Education (NCSE), 2014-19, 314PAC 2014-15, Climate Accountability Institute, 2014-, Climate Hawks Vote PAC, 2013-14, Climate Communication, 2011-, Polar Bears International, 2010-12, Climate Change Communication Network, 2010-15, OurEarth.org, 2008-12, 1Sky, 2008-11, Climate Solutions Project, Bowman Group, 2007-10
  • Consultant, Chasing Carbon Zero (PBS/NOVA), 2023
  • Consultant, The End is Nye (NBC Studios), 2021-22
  • Secretary of Science and Environment, “Shadowing Trump” shadow cabinet, 2017-21
  • Climate Advisory Committee, Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign, 2016
  • Science Advisor for film Bill Nye: Science Guy, 2015-17
  • Virginia Governor’s Climate Change and Resiliency Commission, 2014-15
  • Senior Science Advisor for Green World Rising (Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation), 2014-15
  • Adviser, Project Drawdown, 2014-16
  • Ambassador, #OnEarth campaign, European Development Days, 2021-22
  • Science Advisor for Showtime series, Years of Living Dangerously, 2013-15
  • Advisory Committee, “CLUES” (museum/community partnership of the Franklin Institute Science Museum, Phila. PA), 2009
  • Adviser to California Attorney General/Governor Jerry Brown, 2007-18
  • Our findings (Kemp et al, 2011) cited in “State of the Union” address by President Barack Obama (Jan 20, 2015).
  • Our findings (Mann et al 1999) cited in “State of the Union” address by President William Clinton (Jan 27, 2000).
  • Advisor to numerous other policy makers, public policy experts, opinion leaders, governmental and non-governmental organizations (1999-)
  • Online Course on Climate Science, United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) SDG Academy/EdX (beginning Fall 2019)

 

Books:

 

  • Mann, M.E. and Hotez, P.J., Science Under Siege Public Affairs/Hachette (due out in 2025).
  • Mann, M.E., Our Fragile Moment: How Lessons from the Earth's Past Can Help Us Survive the Climate Crisis, Public Affairs/Hachette (U.S.)/ Scribe Publications (Australia/New Zealand/UK), 320 pp, 2023.
  • Mann, M.E., The New Climate War: The Fight to Take Back Our Planet (paperback edition with new epilogue), Public Affairs/Hachette, 400 pp, 2022.
  • Herbert, M. and Mann, M.E., The Tantrum That Saved The World (2nd edition), North Atlantic Books/Penguin Random House, 64 pp, 2022.
  • Mann, M.E., The New Climate War: The Fight to Take Back Our Planet, Public Affairs/Hachette (U.S.) / Scribe Publications (Australia/New Zealand/UK), 368 pp, 2021 (published translations: German, Italian, Polish, Czech, Chinese, Vietnamese, Turkish).
  • Mann, M.E. and Toles, T., The Madhouse Effect: How Climate Change Denial is Threatening our Planet, Destroying our Politics, and Driving us Crazy, Columbia University Press (paperback edition with additional chapter), 240 pp, 2018.
  • Herbert, M. and Mann, M.E., The Tantrum That Saved The World, World Saving Books, 34 pp, 2018 (published translations: Italian, Korean, Turkish).
  • Mann, M.E. and Toles, T., The Madhouse Effect: How Climate Change Denial is Threatening our Planet, Destroying our Politics, and Driving us Crazy, Columbia University Press, 208 pp, 2016 (published translations: Italian, German).
  • Mann, M.E. and Kump, L.R., Dire Predictions: Understanding Climate Change (2nd edition with new title), Pearson/DK, 224 pp, 2015.  
  • Mann, M.E., The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars: Dispatches From the Front Lines (paperback edition with new foreword and additional chapter), Columbia University Press, 423 pp, 2013.
  • Mann, M.E., The Hockey Stick and the Climate Wars: Dispatches From the Front Lines, Columbia University Press, 352 pp, 2012 (published translations: Japanese).
  • Mann, M.E. and Kump, L.R., Dire Predictions: Understanding Global Warming, Pearson/DK, 208 pp, 2008.  

 

Refereed Journal Articles:

 

cited articles = 226, citations=25057, h-index = 73 (ISI);

https://www.webofscience.com/wos/author/record/B-8472-2017

cited articles = 508, citations=48644, h-index = 99 (Google Scholar); https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=KrRw4RIAAAAJ

  • Day, J.W., Xu, Y.J, Keim, B.D., Brown, V.M., Mann, M.E., Stephens, J.R., Emerging climate threats to the Mississippi River Delta: Moving from restoration to adaptation, One Earth, doi:10.1016/j.oneear.2024.03.001 (in press)
  • Fletcher, C., Ripple, W.J., Newsome, T., Barnard, P., Beamer, K., ABehl, A., Bowen J., Cooney, M., Crist, E., Field, C., Hiser, K., Karl, D.M., King, D.A, Mann, M.E., McGregor, D.P., Mora, C., Oreskes, N., Wilson, M., Emergency Earth: An Urgent Call to End the Age of Destruction and Forge a Just and Sustainable Future, PNAS Nexus (in press) doi: doi.org/10.1093/pnasnexus/pgae106 (in press)
  • Piccari, L., Kaminski, N., Mann, M.E., Fossil Industry and Respiratory Societies – Time for a Clear Stand, Am J Respir Crit Care Med, 209, 245–247, doi:10.1164/rccm.202308-1410VP, 2024.
  • Li, X., Mann, M.E., Wehner, M.F., Rahmstorf, S., Petri, S., Christiansen, S., Carrillo, J., Role of atmospheric resonance and land-atmosphere feedbacks as a precursor to the June 2021 Pacific Northwest “Heat Dome” event, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci.,121, e2315330121, 2024.
  • Cheng, L., Abraham, J.P., Trenberth, K.E., Boyer, T., Mann, M.E., Zhu, J., Wang, F., Yu, F., Locarnini, R., Fasullo, J., Zheng, F., Li, Y., Zhang, B., Wan, L., Chen, X., Wang, D., Feng, L., Song, X.,  Liu, Y., Reseghetti, F., Simoncelli, S., Gouretski, V., Chen, G., Mishonov, A., Reagan, J., Von Schuckmann, K., Pan, Y., Tan, Z., Zhu, Y., Wei, W., Li, G., Ren, Q., Cao, L., Lu, Y., New Record Ocean Temperatures and Related Climate Indicators in 2023, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences 10.1007/s00376-024-3378-5, 2024.
  • Mann, M.E., Warming ends when carbon pollution stops (refereed editorial contribution), Frontiers in Science, Front. Sci., doi: 10.3389/fsci.2023.1256273, 2023.
  • Tripathy, K.P., Mukherjee, S., Mishra, A.K., Mann, M.E., Williams, A.P., Climate change will accelerate the high-end risk of compound drought and heatwave events, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 120, e2219825120, doi: 0.1073/pnas.2219825120, 2023.
  • Cheng, L., Abraham, J.P., Trenberth, K.E., Fasullo, J., Boyer, T., Mann, M.E., Zhu, J., Wang, F., Locarnini, R., Li, Y., Zhang, B., Yu, F., Wan, L., Chen, X., Feng, L., Song, X.,  Liu, Y., Reseghetti, F., Simoncelli, S., Gouretski, V., Chen, G., Mishonov, A., Reagan, J., Li, G., Another year of record heat for the oceans, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences doi:10.1007/s00376-023-2385-2, 2023.
  • Cheng, L., von Schuckmann, K., Abraham, J., Trenberth, K., Mann, M.E., Zanna, L., England, M.H., Zika, J.D., Fasullo, J., Yu, Y.,, Pan, Y.,, Zhu, J.,  Newsom, E.,, Bronselaer, B., Lin, X., Past and Future Ocean Warming, Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, doi: org/10.1038/s43017-022-00345-1, 2022.
  • Li, X., Long1 D., Scanlon, B.R., Mann, M.E,, Li, X., Tian, F., Sun, Z., Climate change threatens terrestrial water storage over the Tibetan Plateau, Nature Climate Change, doi.org/10.1038/s41558-022-01443-0, 2022.
  • Abraham, J.P., Cheng, L., Mann, M.E., Trenberth, K.E., von Schuckmann, K., The Ocean Response to Climate Change Guides Both Adaptation and Mitigation Efforts, Atmospheric and Oceanic Science Letters, 15, 100221, doi.org/10.1016/j.aosl.2022.100221, 2022.
  • Steinman, B.A., Stansell, N.D., Mann, M.E., Cooke, C.A., Abbott, M.B., Vuille, M., Bird, B.W., Lachniet, M.S., Fernandez, A., Interhemispheric Antiphasing of Neotropical Precipitation During the Past Millennium, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 119, e2120015119, doi: 10.1073/pnas.2120015119, 2022.
  • Mann, M. E., Steinman, B. A., Brouillette, D. J., Fernandez, A., & Miller, S. K. (2022). On the estimation of internal climate variability during the preindustrial past millennium, Geophys. Res. Lett., 49, e2021GL096596, doi: 10.1029/2021GL096596, 2022.
  • Cheng, L., Abraham, J.P., Trenberth, K.E., Fasullo, J., Boyer, T., Mann, M.E., Zhu, J., Wang, F., Locarnini, R., Li, Y., Zhang, B., Tan, Z., Yu, F., Wan, L., Chen, X., Song, X., Liu, Y., Reseghetti, F., Simoncelli, S., Gouretski, V., Chen, G., Mishonov, A., Reagan, J., Another record: Ocean warming continues through 2021 Despite La Nina Conditions, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, doi:10.1007/s00376-022-1461-3, 2022.
  • Mann, M.E., Beyond the Hockey Stick: Climate Lessons from The Common Era, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 118 (39) e2112797118; doi: 10.1073/pnas.2112797118, 2021.
  • Mukherjee, S., G., Mishra, A.K., Mann, M.E., Raymond, C., Anthropogenic Warming and Population Growth May Double US Heat Stress by the Late 21st Century, Earth’s Future, 9, e2020EF001886. doi:10.1029/2020EF001886, 2021.
  • Meehl, G.A., Richter, J.H., Teng, H., Capotondi, A, Cobb, K., Doblas-Reyes, F., Donat, M.G., England, M.H., Fyfe, J.C., Han, W., Kim, H., Kirtman, B.P., Kushnir, Y., Lovenduski, N.S., Mann, M.E., Merryfield, W.J., Nieves, V., Pegion, K., Rosenbloom, N., Sanchez, S.C.,. Scaife, A.A., Smith, D., Subramanian, A.C., Sun, L., Thompson, D., Ummenhofer, C.C., Xie, S.-P., Initialized Earth System prediction from subseasonal to decadal timescales, Nat Rev Earth Environ, doi: 10.1038/s43017-021-00155-x, 2021.
  • Mann, M.E., Steinman, B.A., Brouillette, D.J., Miller, S.K., Multidecadal Climate Oscillations During the Past Millennium Driven by Volcanic Forcing, Science, 371, 1014–1019, 2021.
  • Cheng, L., Abraham, J.P., Trenberth, K.E., Fasullo, J., Boyer, T., Locarnini, R., Zhang, B., Yu, F., Wan, L., Chen, X., Song, X., Liu, Y, Mann, M.E., Zhu, J., Upper Ocean Temperatures Hit Record High in 2020, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 38, 523-530, 2021.
  • Cheng, L., Trenberth, K.E., Gruber, J., Abraham, J.P., Fasullo, J.T., Li., G., Mann, M.E., Zhao, X., Zhu, J., Improved estimates of changes in upper ocean salinity and the hydrological cycle, J. Climate, 33, 10357–10381, 2020.
  • Li., G., Cheng, L., Zhu, J., Trenberth, K.E., Mann, M.E., Abraham, J.P., Increasing Ocean Stratification Over the Past Half Century, Nature Climate Change 10, 1116-1123, doi: 10.1038/s41558-020-00918-2, 2020.
  • Konapala, G., Mishra, A.K., Wada, Y., Mann, M.E., Climate Change Will Affect Global Water Availability through Compounding Changes in Seasonal Precipitation and Evaporation, Nature Communications, 11, 3044, doi: 10.1038/s41467-020-16757-w, 2020.
  • Cheng, L., Abraham, J.P., Zhu, J., Trenberth, K.E., Fasullo, J., Boyer, T., Locarnini, R.,  Zhang, B., Yu, F., Wan, L., Chen,  X., Song, X., Liu, Y, Mann, M.E., Record-Setting Ocean Warmth Continued in 2019, Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 37, 137-142, 2020.
  • Mann, M.E., Steinman, B.A., Miller, S.K., Absence of Internal Multidecadal and Interdecadal Oscillations in Climate Model Simulations, Nature Communications 11, 49, doi:10.1038/s41467-019-13823-w, 2020.
  • Post, E., Alley, R.B., Christensen, T.R., Macias-Fauria, M., Forbes, B.C., Gooseff, M.N., Iler, A., Kerby, J.T., Laidre, K.L., Mann, M.E., Olofsson, J., Stroeve, J.C., Ulmer, F., Virginia, R.A., Wang, M., The Polar Regions in a 2oC warmer world, Science Advances, 5, eaaw9883 doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aaw9883, 2019.
  • Fick, D.M., Kolanowski, A.M., McDermott Levy, R.., Mann, M.E., Addressing the Health Risks of Climate Change in Older Adults, Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 45, 21-29, 2019.
  • Verbitsky, M..Y., Mann, M.E., Steinman, B.A., Volobuev, D.M., Detecting causality signal in instrumental measurements and climate model simulations: global warming case study, Geosci. Model Dev., 12, 4053–4060, https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-12-4053-2019, 2019.
  • Hoegh-Guldberg, O., Skirving, W., Lough, J., Liu, C., Mann, M.E., Donner, S., Eakin, M., Cantin, N., Miller, S., Heron, S.F., Dove, S. Commentary: Reconstructing Four Centuries of Temperature-Induced Coral Bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef, Frontiers in Marine Science doi: 10.3389/fmars.2019.00086, 2019.
  • Lewandowsky, S., Cowtan, K., Risbey, J.S., Mann, M.E., Steinman, B.A., Oreskes, N., Rahmstorf, S., The “pause” in global warming in historical context: Comparing models to observations, Environ. Res. Lett., 13, 123007, 2018.
  • Walker, A.M., Titley, D.W., Mann, M.E., Najjar, R.G., Miller, S.K., A Fiscally Based Scale for Tropical Cyclone Storm Surge, Weather and Forecasting, 33, 1709-1733, 2018.
  • Mann, M.E., Rahmstorf, S., Kornhuber, K., Steinman, B.A., Miller, S.K., Petri, S., Coumou, D., Projected changes in persistent extreme summer weather events: The role of quasi-resonant amplification, Science Advances 4:eaat3272, 2018.
  • Li, M., Kump, L., Hinnov, L.A., Mann, M.E., Tracking variable sedimentation rates and astronomical forcing in Phanerozoic paleoclimate proxy series with evolutionary correlation coefficients and hypothesis testing, Earth Planet Sci. Lett., 501, 165-179, 2018.
  • Frankcombe, L., England, M.H., Kajtar, M., Mann, M.E., Steinman, B.A., On the choice of ensemble mean for estimating the forced signal in the presence of internal variability, J. Climate, 31, 5681-5693, 2018.
  • Sinha, P., Mann, M.E., Fuentes, J.D., Mejia, A., Ning, L., Weiyi, S., He, T., Obeysekera, J., Downscaled rainfall projections in south Florida using self organizing maps, Sci. Total Environ, 135, 1110-1123, 2018.
  • Schurer, A., Cowtan, K., Hawkins, E., Mann, M.E., Scott, V., Tett, S.F.B., Interpretations of the Paris Climate Target, Nature Geoscience, 1752-0908, doi:10.1038/s41561-018-0086-8, 2018.
  • Harvey, J.A., van den Berg, D., Ellers, J., Kampen, R., Crowther, T.W., Roessingh, P., Verheggen, B., Nuijten, R.J.M., Post, E., Lewandowsky, S., Stirling, I., Balgopal, M., Amstrup, S.C., Mann, M.E., Internet blogs, Polar Bears, and Climate Change Denial by Proxy, Bioscience, 68, 281-287, 2018.
  • Post, E., Steinman, B.A., Mann, M.E., Rates of phenological advance and warming have increased with latitude in the Northern Hemisphere over the past century, Scientific Reports 8, 3297, 2018.
  • Cheung, A.H., Mann, M.E., Steinman, B.A., Frankcombe, L.M., England, M.H., Miller, S.K., Reply to Comment on “Comparison of low-frequency internal climate variability in CMIP5 models and observations” by Kratsov, J. Climate, 30, 9773-9782, 2017.
  • Garner, A.J., Mann, M.E., Emanuel, K.A., Kopp, R.E., Lin, N., Alley, R.B., Horton, B.P., DeConto, R.M. Donnelly, J.P., Pollard, D., The Impact of Climate Change on New York City’s Coastal Flood Hazard: Increasing Flood Heights from the Pre-Industrial to 2300 CE, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 114, 11861-11866, 2017.
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  • Rutherford, S., Mann, M.E., Delworth, T.L., Stouffer, R., Climate Field Reconstruction Under Stationary and Nonstationary Forcing, Journal of Climate, 16, 462-479, 2003.
  • Druckenbrod, D., Mann, M.E., Stahle, D.W., Cleaveland, M.K., Therrell, M.D., Shugart, H.H., Late 18th Century Precipitation Reconstructions from James Madison’s Montpelier Plantation, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 84, 57-71, 2003.
  • Ribera, P., Mann, M.E., ENSO related variability in the Southern Hemisphere, 1948-2000, Geophysical Research Letters, 30 (1), 1006, doi: 10.1029/2002GL015818, 2003.
  • Ghil, M., Allen, M.R., Dettinger, M.D., Ide, K., Kondrashov, D., Mann, M.E., Robertson, A.W., Tian, Y., Varadi, F., Yiou, P., Advanced Spectral Methods for Climatic Time Series, Reviews of Geophysics, 40 (1), 1003, doi: 10.1029/2000RG000092, 2002.
  • Mann, M.E., Large-scale climate variability and connections with the Middle East in past centuries,  Climatic Change,  55, 287-314, 2002.
  • Cook, E.R., D'Arrigo, R.D., Mann, M.E., A Well-Verified, Multi-Proxy Reconstruction of the Winter North Atlantic Oscillation Since AD 1400, Journal of Climate, 15, 1754-1764, 2002.
  • Mann, M.E., Rutherford, S., Climate Reconstruction Using 'Pseudoproxies', Geophysical Research Letters, 29 (10), 1501, doi: 10.1029/2001GL014554, 2002.
  • Ribera, P., Mann, M.E., Interannual variability in the NCEP Reanalysis 1948-1999, Geophysical Research Letters, 29 (10), 1494, doi: 10.1029/2001GL013905, 2002.
  • Waple, A., Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., Long-term Patterns of Solar Irradiance Forcing in Model Experiments and Proxy-based Surface Temperature Reconstructions, Climate Dynamics, 18, 563-578, 2002.
  • Shindell, D.T., Schmidt, G.A., Mann, M.E., Rind, D., Waple, A., Solar forcing of regional climate change during the Maunder Minimum, Science, 294, 2149-2152, 2001.
  • Mann, M.E., Large-scale Temperature Patterns in Past Centuries: Implications for North American Climate Change, Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 7 1247-1254, 2001.
  • Mann, M.E., Climate During the Past Millennium, Weather (invited contribution), 56, 91-101, 2001.
  • Cullen, H., D'Arrigo, R., Cook, E., Mann, M.E., Multiproxy-based reconstructions of the North Atlantic Oscillation over the past three centuries, Paleoceanography, 15, 27-39, 2001.
  • Mann, M.E., Gille, E., Bradley, R.S., Hughes, M.K., Overpeck, J.T., Keimig, F.T., Gross, W.,  Global  Temperature Patterns in Past Centuries: An interactive presentation, Earth Interactions, 4-4, 1-29, 2000.
  • Delworth, T.L., Mann, M.E., Observed and Simulated Multidecadal Variability in the Northern Hemisphere, Climate Dynamics, 16, 661-676, 2000.
  • Rittenour, T., Brigham-Grette, J., Mann, M.E., El Niño-like Climate Teleconnections in New England During the Late Pleistocene, Science, 288, 1039-1042, 2000.
  • Park, J., Mann, M.E., Interannual Temperature Events and Shifts in Global Temperature: A Multiple Wavelet Correlation Approach, Earth Interactions, 4-1, 1-36, 2000.
  • Mann, M.E., Park, J., Oscillatory Spatiotemporal Signal Detection in Climate Studies: A Multiple-Taper Spectral Domain Approach, Advances in Geophysics, 41, 1-131, 1999.
  • Jain, S., Lall, U., Mann, M.E., Seasonality and Interannual Variations of Northern Hemisphere Temperature: Equator-to-Pole Gradient and Land-Ocean Contrast, Journal of Climate, 12, 1086-1100, 1999.
  • Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S. and Hughes, M.K., Northern Hemisphere Temperatures During the Past Millennium: Inferences, Uncertainties, and Limitations, Geophysical Research Letters, 26, 759-762, 1999.
  • Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., and Hughes, M.K., Global-Scale Temperature Patterns and Climate Forcing Over the Past Six Centuries, Nature, 392, 779-787, 1998.
  • Rajagopalan, B., Mann, M.E., and Lall, U., A Multivariate Frequency-Domain Approach to Long-Lead Climatic Forecasting, Weather and Forecasting,,13, 58-74, 1998.
  • Mann, M.E., Park, J., Joint Spatio-Temporal Modes of Surface Temperature and Sea Level Pressure Variability in the Northern Hemisphere During the Last Century, Journal of Climate, 9, 2137-2162, 1996.
  • Mann, M.E., Lees. J., Robust Estimation of Background Noise and Signal Detection in Climatic Time Series, Climatic Change, 33, 409-445, 1996.
  • Koch, D., Mann, M.E., Spatial and Temporal Variability of 7Be Surface Concentrations, Tellus, 48B, 387-396, 1996.
  • Abarbanel, H., Lall, U., Moon, Y.I., Mann, M.E., and Sangoyomi, T., Nonlinear dynamics and the Great Salt Lake: A Predictable Indicator of Regional Climate, Energy, 21, 655-665, 1996.
  • Mann, M.E., Park, J., Greenhouse Warming and Changes in the Seasonal Cycle of Temperature: Model Versus Observations, Geophysical Research Letters, 23, 1111-1114, 1996.
  • Mann, M.E., Park, J., Bradley, R.S., Global Interdecadal and Century-Scale Climate Oscillations During the Past Five Centuries, Nature, 378, 266-270, 1995.
  • Lall, U., Mann, M.E., The Great Salt Lake: A Barometer of Low-Frequency Climatic Variability, Water Resources Research, 31, 2503-2515, 1995.
  • Mann, M.E., Lall, U., Saltzman, B., Decadal-to-century scale climate variability: Insights into the Rise and Fall of the Great Salt Lake, Geophysical Research Letters, 22, 937-940, 1995.
  • Marshall, S., Mann, M.E., Oglesby, R., Saltzman, B., A comparison of the CCM1-simulated climates for pre-industrial and present-day C02 levels, Global and Planetary Change, 10, 163-180, 1995.
  • Mann, M.E., Park, J., Global scale modes of surface temperature variability on interannual to century time scales, Journal of Geophysical Research, 99, 25819-25833, 1994.
  • Mann, M.E., Park, J., Spatial correlations of interdecadal variation in global surface temperatures, Geophysical Research Letters, 20, 1055-1058, 1993.
  • Ceder,G., Asta, M.,Carter, W.C.,Kraitchman, M.,de Fontaine, D., Mann, M.E., Sluiter, M., Phase diagram and low-temperature behavior of oxygen ordering in YBa2Cu3Oz, Physical Review B, 41, 8698-8701, 1990.
  • de Fontaine, D., Mann, M.E., Ceder, G., States of Partial Order in YBa2Cu3Oz, Physical Review Letters, 63, 1300-1303, 1989.
  • Burmester, C.P., Mann, M.E., Ceder, G., Wille, L.T., de Fontaine, D., Monte Carlo Simulation of Oxygen Ordering in YBa2Cu3Oz, Physica C, 162-164, 1989.
  • Mann, M.E., Marshall, C.H., Haymet, A.D.J., Nematic Liquid Crystals: A Monte Carlo Simulation Study In Higher Dimensions, Molecular Physics, 66, 493-507, 1989.

 

Additional Reviewed/Edited Contributions

 

  • Mann, M.E., Foreword to How to Teach Grown-Ups About Climate Change: The cutting-edge science of our changing planet by P. Daniels, What On Earth Books, 2024.
  • Mann, M.E., Cat 6 Hurricanes Have Arrived, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 121, e2322597121. doi: 10.1073/pnas.2322597121, 2024.
  • Day, J., Anthony, A.E., Costanza, R., Gunn, J., Hopkinson, C., Mann, M.E., Morris, J., Quirk, T., Rovai, A., Rybczyk, J., Spencer, T., Syvitski, J., Twilley, R., Visser, J., White, J., A Review of Major Issues Related to Coastal Wetlands in the Anthropocene, in Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Systems, Global Change Effects on Estuarine and Coastal Ecosystems (2nd edition), Elsevier, doi:10.1016/B978-0-323-90798-9.00112-8, 2024.
  • Mann, M.E., Catastrophic climate change: Lessons from the dinosaurs, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 79, 353-359, 2023.
  • Mann, M.E., Climate Doomism Disregards the Science -- Climate change is a highway, not a cliff, and we can still take the exit ramp, American Physical Society Newsletter, Sep 26 2023.
  • Friedman, H., Mann, M., Brown, N. & Lewandowsky, S. Public debate, scientific skepticism, and science denial. In B. Radford & K. Frazier, K. (Eds.) (2024). Unreason: Best of skeptical inquirer (pp. 96-102), Prometheus, 2023.
  • Mann, M.E., Foreword “Tempests in a Greenhouse: Assessing Coastal Risk in a Changing Climate”, Hurricane Risk in a Changing Climate, edited by Jennifer M. Collins and James M. Done, in series “Hurricane Risk” (volume 2), Springer, 2022.
  • Mann, M.E., Reflections on Leo Szilard, The Fragility of Truth and the Role of the Scientist in the Public Sphere, Physics and Society Newsletter, American Physical Society, vol. 51, no. 3., July 2022.
  • Mann, M.E., Das letzte Gefecht (“The Last Battle”), in “Median in Der Klime-Krise”, edited by Ralph Brixe, Created by Klima vor acht, Oekom publishing (Germany), 2022.
  • Mann, M.E., Resisting the New Denialism, in “The Climate Book”, Created by Greta Thunberg, Penguin Random House, 2022.
  • Mann, M.E., The legacy of Rajendra Pachauri: a personal reflection, in “Dr R K Pachauri: The Crusader Against Climate Change”, Yateendra Joshi, P K Jayanthan, Vibha Dhawan, Amit Kumar, Rakesh Kacker (ed.s),  TERI Alumni Association, 2 pp, 2022.
  • Verbitsky, M., Mann, M.E., A Global Warming Scaling Law, ESD Ideas, Earth System Dynamics (discussion paper), doi.org/10.5194/esd-2021-87, 2021.
  • Mann, M.E., Hall, L.J., Dulvy, N., Scientific Impact in a Changing World, Cell (“Voices”), 184, 407-408, 2021
  • Mann, M.E., The president needs to hit the ground running on climate, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Jan 2021.
  • Mann, M.E., From Climate Scientist to Climate Communicator: A Process of Evolution, in “Standing up for a Sustainable World: Voices of Change”, Claude Henry, Johan Rockström, and Nicholas Stern (ed.s), Edward Elgar Publishing, 5 pp, 2020.
  • Buckland, P.D., Robinson, B.J., Mann, M.E., Science Alone will not Save Us. Civic Engagement Might, in “Teaching Climate Change in the United States”, Taylor & Francis Group, Joseph Henderson, Andrea Drewes (ed.s), Routledge, 14 pp, 2020.
  • Mann, M.E., How to Win the New Climate War, Skeptical Inquirer, 42, 62, Jan/Feb 2020.
  • Mann, M.E., Australia, Your Country Is Burning—Dangerous Climate Change Is Here With You Now, Eos, Jan 7 2020.
  • Mann, M.E., Radical reform and the Green New Deal, Nature, 573, 340-341, 2019.
  • Hagedorn, G., Kalmus, P., Mann, M., Vicca, S., Van den Berge, J., van Ypersele, J.-P., Bourg, D., Rotmans, J., Karronen, R., Rahmstorf, S., Kromp-Kolb, H., Kirchengast, G., Knutti, R., Seneviratne, S.I., Thalmann, P., Cretney, R., Green, A., Anderson, K., Hedberg, M., Nilsson, D., Kuttner, A., Hayhoe, K., Concerns of Young Protestors are Justified, Science, 364, 139-140, 2019.
  • Mann, M.E., The Weather Amplifier, Scientific American, 320, 43-49, 2019.
  • Mann, M.E., College Students Are Critical to Tackling Climate Change, Knowledge Review, August 2018.
  • Restrepo, J.M., Mann, M.E., Uncertainty in Climate Science: Not Cause for Inaction, Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics News, 51, p. 1,5, May 2018.
  • Mann, M.E., Reconciling Climate Model/Data Discrepancies: The Case of the ‘Trees That Didn’t Bark’, in Climate Modelling: Philosophical and Conceptual Issues (ed.s E.A. Lloyd & E. Winsberg), Springer Nature, Switzerland, 175-197, 2018.
  • Garner, A., Kopp, R.E., Horton, B.P., Mann, M.E., Alley, R.B., Emanuel, K.A., Lin, N., Donnelly, J.P., Kemp, A.C., DeConto, R.M., Pollard, D., New York City’s evolving flood risk from hurricanes and sea level rise, Variations/Exchanges, U.S. CLIVAR, 16, 30-35, Winter 2018.
  • Restrepo, J.M., Mann, M.E., This is how “Climate is Always Changing”, American Physical Society Group on Physics of Climate Newsletter, 9, 1-5, Feb 2018.
  • Mann, M.E., Time for a Different Story, New Scientist, Feb. 24, 2018.
  • Mann, M.E., While Hurricanes Ravage the United States, Climate-Science Criticism Continues: An Exchange, Skeptical Inquirer, 42, 62, Jan/Feb 2018.
  • Reichman, H., Mann, M.E., Scott, J.W., West-Eberhard, M.J., Xi, X., Levy, A., National Security, the Assault on Science, and Academic Freedom: Assault on Science and Academic Freedom Threatens the Public Good and International Stature of US, American Association of University Professors, Dec 2017.
  • Mann, M.E., Brevini, B., An Interview with Michael E. Mann: Fighting for Science Against Climate Change Deniers’ Propaganda, in “Carbon Capitalism and Communication Confronting Climate Crisis”, Palgrave Studies in Media and Environmental Communication, Benedetta Brevini and Graham Murdock (ed.s), Springer, p. 23-30, 2017.
  • Mann, M.E., review of The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark, in Summer Books, Nature, 546, 28-29, 2017.
  • Mann, M.E., Al Gore gets inconvenient again, Nature, 546, 400-401, 2017.
  • Mann, M.E., Joy-Hassol, S., Climate Trumps Everything, Scientific American, 316, 8, 2017.
  • Lewandowsky, S., Mann, M.E., Brown, N.J.L., Friedman, H., Public Debate, Scientific Skepticism, and Science Denial, Skeptical Inquirer, 41, 40-43, Jan/Feb 2017.
  • Bateman, T.S., Mann, M.E., The supply of climate leaders must grow, Nature Climate Change 6, 1052-1054, 2016.
  • Mann, M.E., Oreskes, N., Emanuel, K.A., AGU Should Sever Its Ties with ExxonMobil, Eos, 97, 8-9, doi:10.1029/2016EO061455, 2016.
  • Mann, M.E., The Hockey Stick and Climate Wars (preface), in Energy Accounts: Architectural Representations of Energy, Climate, and the Future, Dan Willis, William K. Braham, Katsuhiko Muramoto and Daniel A. Barber (ed.s), Routledge, 2016.
  • Mann, M.E., Strategies for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions, in “Energy for the 21st Century” (chapter 8), McKnight’s Physical Geography (12th edition) by D. Hess and D.G. Tasa, Pearson, p. 246, 2016.
  • Mann, M.E., Disappearing and Novel Climates, in “Global Environmental Change” (chapter 8), McKnight’s Physical Geography (12th edition) by D. Hess and D.G. Tasa, Pearson, p. 245, 2016.
  • Mann, M.E., Transitioning from Fossil Fuels, in “Energy for the 21st century” (chapter 3), McKnight’s Physical Geography (12th edition), by D. Hess and D.G. Tasa, Pearson, p. 68, 2016.
  • Mann, M.E., Why we need to stop fake claims that global warming paused, New Scientist, Mar. 3., 2016.
  • Mann, M.E., Must Try Harder, New Scientist, p. 28-29, Feb. 20, 2016.
  • Mann, M.E., Two Degrees of Freedom, Scientific American, 313, 12, 2015.
  • Oreskes, N., Carlat, D, Mann, M.E., Thacker, P.D., vom Saal, F.S., Why Disclosure Matters, Environmental Science & Technology, 49, 7527-7528, 2015.
  • Halpern, M., Mann, M., Transparency Versus Harassment (editorial), Science, 479, 348, 2015.
  • Mann, M.E., Gleick, P.H., Climate Change and California Drought in the 21st Century, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 112, 3858-3859, 2015.
  • Mann, M.E., The Serengeti strategy: How special interests try to intimidate scientists, and how best to fight back, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 71, 33-45, 2015.
  • Mann, M.E., The Little Ice Age, in Dictionary of Energy (second edition), C.L. Cleveland and C.R. Morris (ed.s), Elsevier, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 2014.
  • Mann, M.E., Science and the Media Collide, Global Energy Affairs, July 2014.
  • Mann, M.E., Global Warming, in Encyclopedia Britannica (updated), 2014.
  • Mann, M.E., False Hope, Scientific American, 310, 78-81, 2014.
  • Lewandowsky, S., Mann, M.E., Bauld, L., Hastings, G., Loftus, E.F., The Subterranean War on Science, The Observer (Association for Psychological Science), 26, 9, 2013          
  • Wright, C., Mann, M.E., Future imaginings and the battle over climate science: an interview with Michael Mann, Organization, 20, 748-756, 2013.
  • Mann, M.E., Foreword, Ocean Sciences Sequence for Grades 6-8: The Ocean-Atmosphere Connection and Climate Change, Great Explorations in Math and Science (“GEMS”), Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California-Berkeley, 2013.
  • Mann, M.E., Climate Change Science: A Summary, Recent Updates, and Resources, in Climate Change Education: A Primer for Zoos and Aquariums, Alejandro Grajal and Susan R. Goldman (ed.s), Chicago Zoological Society (electronic book), 2012.
  • Grajal, A., Goldman, S.R., Mann, M.E., Climate Change Education at Zoos and Aquariums: Where do we go from here?, in Climate Change Education: A Primer for Zoos and Aquariums, Alejandro Grajal and Susan R. Goldman (ed.s), Chicago Zoological Society (electronic book), 2012.
  • Mann, M.E., Placing vast arrays of mirrors in space has obvious economic feasibility issues, BBC Knowledge, February, 2012.
  • Mann, M.E., Can we solve climate change with geoengineering, BBC Focus, December, 2011.
  • Kemp, A.C., Horton, B.P., Donnelly, J.P., Mann, M.E., Vermeer, M., Rahmstorf, S., Reply to Grinsted et al.: Estimating land subsidence in North Carolina, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 108, E783, 2011.
  • Mann, M.E., On Long Range Dependence in Global Surface Temperature Series, Climatic Change, 107, 267–276, 2011.
  • Mann, M.E., Hockey Stick, in Encyclopedia of Climate and Weather (second edition), S.H. Schneider (ed), Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 2011.
  • Mann, M.E., Foreword for series (volumes 1-10): Confronting Global Warming, Ed. Mann, M.E., Greenhaven Press, Detriot, 2011.
  • Schmidt, G.A., Mann, M.E., Rutherford, S.D., A comment on "A statistical analysis of multiple temperature proxies: Are reconstructions of surface temperatures over the last 1000 years reliable?" by McShane and Wyner. Ann. Appl. Stat., 5, 65–70, 2011.
  • Diaz, H.F., Trigo, R., Barriopedro, D., Xoplaki, E., Hughes, M., Mann, M.E., The Medieval Warm Period redux: Where and when was it warm? (Workshop Reports), PAGES Newsletter, 19, 32, 2011.
  • Goosse, H., Guiot, J., Mann, M.E., Dubinkina, S., Sallaz-Damaz, Y., The Medieval Climate Anomaly in Europe in simulations with data assimilation (Science Highlights), PAGES Newsletter, 19, 12-13, 2011.
  • Bowman, T.E., Maibach, E., Mann, M.E., Somerville, R.C.J., Seltser, B.J., Fischhoff, B., Gardiner, S.M., Gould, R.J., Leiserowitz, A., Yohe, G., Time to Take Action on Climate Communication, Science, 330, 1044, 2010.
  • Mann, M.E., Ehrlich, P.R., Rahmstorf, S., Setting the record straight (again), Nature, 467, 920, 2010.
  • Allison, I., N. L. Bindoff, R.A. Bindoff, R.A. Bindschadler, P.M. Cox, N. de Noblet, M.H. England, J.E. Francis, N. Gruber, A.M. Haywood, D.J. Karoly, G. Kaser, C. Le Quéré, T.M. Lenton, M.E. Mann, B.I. McNeil, A.J. Pitman, S. Rahmstorf, E. Rignot, H.J. Schellnhuber, S.H. Schneider, S.C. Sherwood, R.C.J. Somerville, K.Steffen, E.J. Steig, M. Visbeck, A.J. Weaver, The Copenhagen Diagnosis, 2009: Updating the world on the Latest Climate Science, The University of New South Wales Climate Change Research Centre (CCRC), Sydney, Australia (2009), 60pp. [republished as The Copenhagen Diagnosis: Updating the world on the Latest Climate Science , Elsevier (2011), 98pp.]
  • Steig, E.J., Schneider, D.P. Rutherford, S.D., Mann, M.E., Comiso, J.C., Shindell, D.T., Corrigendum: Warming of the Antarctic ice-sheet surface since the 1957 International Geophysical Year, Nature, 457, 459-462, 2009.
  • Bowman, T.E., Maibach, E., Mann, M.E., Moser, S.C., Somerville, R.C.J., Creating a common climate language, Science, 324, 37, 2009.
  • Mann, M.E., Defining Dangerous Anthropogenic Interference, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 106, 4065-4066, 2009.
  • Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., Hughes, M.K., Reply to McIntyre and McKitrick: Proxy-based temperature reconstructions are robust, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., 106, E11, 2009.
  • Mann, M.E., Climate Variability and Change, Last 1000 years, Encyclopedia of Paleoclimatology and Ancient Environments, (ed. V. Gornitz), Springer,  Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 178-180, 2009.
  • Goosse, H., Mann, M.E., Renssen, H., Climate of the Past Millennium: Combining Proxy Data and Model Simulations, in  Global Warming and Natural Climate Variability: A Holocene Perspective (eds R.W. Battarbee & H.A. Binney), Blackwell, Oxford, UK, 164-188, 2008.
  • Goosse, H., Mann, M.E., Rennsen, H., and A. Timmermann, Data assimilation over the last millennium using ensemble techniques, PAGES News, 16, 15-16, 2008.
  • Mann, M.E., Global Warming, in Encyclopedia Britannica, 2008.
  • Delworth, T.L., Zhang, R., Mann, M.E., Decadal to Centennial Variability of the Atlantic from Observations and Models, in Past and Future Changes of the Oceans Meridional Overturning Circulation: Mechanisms and Impacts,  A. Schmittner, J. C. H. Chiang, and S.R. Hemming (eds), Geophysical Monograph Series 173, American Geophysical Union, 131-148, 2007.
  • Mann, M.E., The Last Millennium, in Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, S.A. Elias (ed), Elsevier, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1995-2002, 2007.
  • Mann, M.E., Briffa, K.R., Jones, P.D., Kiefer, T., Kull, C., Wanner, H., Past Millennia Climate Variability, Eos, 87, 526-527, 2006.
  • Bradley, R.S., Hughes, M.K., Mann, M.E., Authors were clear about hockey-stick uncertainties, Nature, 442, 627, 2006.
  • Mann, M.E., Hughes, M.K., A Not-So-Abrupt Departure, Science, 312, 528-529, 2006.
  • Mann, M.E., Testing the Fidelity of Climate Reconstruction Methods, in ‘Papers of Note’, Bull. Am. Met. Soc., 87, 166-167, 2006.
  • Luterbacher, J., E. Xoplaki, C. Casty, H. Wanner, A. Pauling, M. Kuettel, T. Rutishauser, S. Broennimann, E. Fischer, D. Fleitmann, JF. Gonzalez-Rouco,  R. Garcia-Herrera, M. Barriendos, FS. Rodrigo, JC. Gonzalez-Hidalgo, MA. Saz, L. Gimeno, P. Ribera, M. Brunet, H. Paeth, N. Rimbu, T. Felis, J. Jacobeit, A. Duenkeloh, E. Zorita, J. Guiot, M. Turkes, MJ. Alcoforado, R. Trigo, D. Wheeler, SFB. Tett, M.E. Mann, R. Touchan, DT. Shindell, S. Silenzi, P. Montagna, D.Camuffo,  A. Mariotti, T. Nanni, M. Brunetti, M. Maugeri, C. Zerefos, S. De Zolt, P. Lionello, MF. Nunes, V. Rath, H. Beltrami, E. Garnier, and E. Le Roy Ladurie, Mediterranean Climate Variability over the Last Centuries: A Review,  in The Mediterranean Climate: an overview of the main characteristics and issues, P. Lionello, P. Malanotte-Rizzoli, and R. Boscolo (eds), Elsevier, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 27-148, 2006.
  • Jacob, D.J, Avissar, R., Bond, G.C., Gaffin, S.,. Kiehl, J.T., Lean, J.L., Lohmann U., Mann, M.E., Pielke, R.A., Ramanathan, V., Russell, L.M., Radiative Forcing of Climate Change: Expanding the Concept and Addressing Uncertainties, National Research Council, Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, 2005.
  • Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., and Hughes, M.K., Corrigendum: Global-Scale Temperature Patterns and Climate Forcing Over the Past Six Centuries, Nature, 430, 105, 2004.
  • Rutherford, S., Mann, M.E., Correction to "Optimal surface temperature reconstructions using terrestrial borehole data", Journal of Geophysical Research, 109 (D11), 107, doi: 10.1029/2003JD004290, 2004.
  • Mann, M.E., Ammann, C.M., Bradley, R.S., Briffa, K.R., Crowley, T.J., Hughes, M.K., Jones, P.D., Oppenheimer, M., Osborn, T.J., Overpeck, J. T., Rutherford, S., Trenberth, K.E., Wigley, T.M.L., Response to Comment on "On Past Temperatures and Anomalous Late 20th Century Warmth", Eos, 84, 473,  2003.
  • Mann, M.E., Paleoclimate, Global Change, and the Future (book review), Eos, 84, 419-420, 2003.
  • Mann, M.E., Ammann, C.M., Bradley, R.S., Briffa, K.R., Crowley, T.J., Hughes, M.K., Jones, P.D., Oppenheimer, M., Osborn, T.J., Overpeck, J. T., Rutherford, S., Trenberth, K.E., Wigley, T.M.L., On Past Temperatures and Anomalous Late 20th Century Warmth, Eos, 84, 256-258,  2003.
  • Mann, M.E., Reconstructing Temperature Variations, in Yearbook of Science & Technology, McGraw-Hill, New York, pp. 354-358, 2003.
  • Mann, M.E., The Value of Multiple Proxies (invited 'perspective' article), Science, 297, 1481-1482, 2002.
  • Mann, M.E., Hughes, M.K., Tree-Ring Chronologies and Climate Variability, Science, 296, 848, 2002.
  • Bradley, R.S., Briffa, K.R., Crowley, T.J., Hughes, M.K., Jones, P.D, Mann, M.E., Scope of Medieval Warming, Science, 292, 2011-2012, 2001.
  • Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., Briffa, K., Cole, J., Hughes, M.K., Jones, J.M., Overpeck, J.T., von Storch, H., Wanner, H., Weber, S.L., Widmann, M., Reconstructing the Climate of the Late Holocene,  Eos, 82, 553, 2001.
  • Mann, M.E., Medieval Climatic Optimum, MacCracken, M.C. & Perry, J.S. (eds) Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change, John Wiley and Sons Ltd, London, UK, pp. 514-516, 2001.
  • Mann, M.E., Little Ice Age, MacCracken, M.C. & Perry, J.S. (eds) Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change, John Wiley and Sons Ltd, London, UK, pp. 504-509, 2001.
  • Folland, C.K., Karl, T.R., Christy, J.R., Clarke, R. A., Gruza, G.V., Jouzel, J., Mann, M.E., Oerlemans, J., Salinger, M.J., Wang, S.-W., Observed Climate Variability and Change, in Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis, Houghton, J.T., et al. (eds.), Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, 99-181, 2001.
  • Bradley, R.S., Hughes, M.K. and Mann, M.E., Comment on "Detection and Attribution of Recent Climate Change: A Status Report", Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 81, 2987-2990, 2000.
  • Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., Hughes, M.K., Long-term variability in the El Nino Southern Oscillation and associated teleconnections, Diaz, H.F. & Markgraf, V. (eds) El Nino and the Southern Oscillation: Multiscale Variability and its Impacts on Natural Ecosystems and Society, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 357-412, 2000.
  • Mann, M.E., Lessons For a New Millennium (invited 'perspective' article), Science, 289, 253-254, 2000.
  • Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., Hughes, M.K. and Jones, P.D., Global Temperature Patterns, Science, 280, 2029-2030, 1998.
  • Beniston, M., Pielke, R.A., Arpe, K., Keuler, K., Laprise, R., Mann, M.E., Rinke, A., Parker, D.E., Climate Modelers Meet in Switzerland, Eos, 78, 383, 1997.

 

Other Publications

 

  • Mann, M.E., Extreme Heat, Palm Trees and Crocodiles in Wyoming and the Craziest Climate Crisis Theory of Them All, Rolling Stone, Oct 8 2023.
  • Patterson, S. Jr., Mann, M.E., Public Disapproval of Disruptive Climate Change Protests, Annenberg Public Policy Center/Penn Center for Science Sustainability and the Media, Nov 14 2022.
  • Buck, P., Mann, M.E., Robinson, B., Climate and energy management require civic energy, Penn State Institutes for Energy and the Environment (PSIEE), Jul 6, 2021.
  • Mann, M.E., Preface to Report on “The Case Against Fossil Fuels”, Greenpeace Australia Pacific, Jun 30, 2021.
  • Wright, C., Mann, M.E., From denial to “resilience”: The slippery discourse of obfuscating climate action, Sydney Environment Institute, Feb 20 2020.
  • Tschakert, P., Mann, M.E., Wagener, T., Climate Risk Management and Adaptation Strategies in the Developing World, White Paper for NOAA’s Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research Climate Program Office, May 2009.
  • Mann, M.E., Paleoclimate Implications for Recent Human Influence on Climate,  International Seminar on Nuclear War and Planetary Emergencies, Nuclear Strategy and Peace Technology, The Science and Culture Series, edited by A. Zichichi, R. Ragaini, pp. 86-91, 2003.
  • Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., Hughes, M.K., Large-Scale Surface Temperature Changes During the Past Millennium, Abstracts of AMQUA annual meeting,, Fayetteville, Arkansas, May  22-24, pp 17-12, 2000.
  • Jones, P.D., Briffa, K.R., Osborn, T.J., Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., Hughes, M.K., Cover  Figure for World Meteorological Organization (WMO) 50th Year Anniversary Publication: Temperature changes over  the last Millennium, 2000.
  • M.K. Hughes, Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., 1000 years of Northern Hemisphere temperature from natural archives. Abstracts of PAGES Workshop on South Asian Paleoenvironments, Pune, India, February 4-5, pp 11-15, 2000.
  • M.K. Hughes, Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., Climate variability of the last 1000 years from annual-resolution natural archives. Proceedings of CCV99, International Conference on Climate Change and Variability, Tokyo Metropolitan University, September 1999.
  • Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., Global Climate Variations over the Past 250 Years: Relationships With the Middle East, Transformations of Middle Eastern Natural Environments: Legacies and Lessons, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Bulletin Series, 103, 429-443, 1998.
  • Mann, M.E., On Reconstructing Past Centuries' Temperatures, World Climate Report, 3, 26, 6-7, 1998.
  • Mann, M.E.,  A Study of Ocean-Atmosphere Interaction and Low Frequency Variability of the Climate System, PhD Thesis, 283pp, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1998.
  • Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., Hughes, M.K., Multiproxy based reconstructions of large-scale surface temperature patterns during the past several centuries, Proceedings of the Ninth Symposium on Global Change Studies, Phoenix, AZ, January 1998.
  • Rajagopalan, B., Mann, M.E., Lall,U., Climatic forecasting based on multivariate frequency and time domain-based prediction, Proceedings of the Eighth Symposium on Global Change Studies, Long Beach, CA, February 1997.
  • Mann, M.E., Bradley, R.S., Hughes, M.K., Large-Scale Climatic Reconstructions Based on High-Resolution Multi-Proxy Data, Proceedings of the Eighth symposium on Global Change Studies, Long Beach, CA, February 1997.
  • Mann, M.E., Rajagopalan, B., Moon, Y.I., Lall, U., Climatic forecasting based on multivariate frequency and time domain-based predictions, Proceedings of the 13th Conference on Probability & Statistics in the Atmospheric Sciences, American Meteorological Society, San Francisco, CA, February 1996.
  • Moon, Y.I., Lall, U., Rajagopalan, B., Mann, M.E., Forecasting hydroclimatic variables using a nonparametric, nonlinear time series model, Proceedings of the 13th Conference on Probability & Statistics in the Atmospheric Sciences, American Meteorological Society, San Francisco, CA, February 1996.
  • Marshall, S., Mann, M.E., Oglesby, R.J., Saltzman, B., A comparison of the CCM1-simulated climates for pre-industrial and present-day CO2 levels, Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Climate Variations, American Meteorological Society, 12-15, Nashville, TN, January 1994.
  • Mann, M.E., Park, J., Globally correlated variability in surface temperatures, Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Climate Variations, American Meteorological Society, 297-301, Nashville, TN, January 1994.

 

Online Commentaries/Blogs

 

  • Mann, M.E., Weihl, B., Beyond COP: Companies Must Speed the “Transition” Away from Fossil Fuels, LinkedIn, Dec 19 2023.
  • Mann, M.E., Comments on New Article by James Hansen, MichaelMann.net/blog, Nov 2, 2023.
  • Oreskes, N., Mann, M.E., When it Comes to Population, The Atlantic Misrepresents Both History and the Present, MichaelMann.net/blog, May 23, 2023.
  • Mann, M.E., The Best Climate Science You’ve Never Heard Of, MichaelMann.net/blog, Feb 26, 2022.
  • Mann, M.E., "The Science of Climate Humor!", The Ecologist (original: MichaelMann.net/blog), Jan 5, 2022.
  • Mann, M.E., "Don’t Look Up. But do see this film!", Red Green & Blue (original: MichaelMann.net/blog), Dec 21, 2021.
  • Mann, M.E., My Comments on New National Academy Report on Ocean-Based Carbon Dioxide Removal, MichaelMann.net/blog, Dec 8, 2021.
  • Mann, M.E., "A Tale of Two Hockey Sticks", RealClimate.org, Aug 9, 2021.
  • Mann, M.E., "On The New  WMO 'Annual to Decadal' Climate Report", MichaelMann.net/blog, May 26, 2021.
  • Kossin, J., Hall, T., Mann, M., Rahmstorf, S., Should the official Atlantic hurricane season be lengthened? RealClimate.org, Apr 2, 2021.
  • Mann, M.E., "Correction Delayed is Correction Denied: Botched Coverage of "Geoengineering" Report by the New York Times, Red Green & Blue (original: MichaelMann.net/blog), Mar 31, 2021.
  • Mann, M.E., My Comments on New National Academy Report on Geoengineering”, Red Green & Blue (and MichaelMann.net/blog), Mar 25, 2021
  • Mann, M.E., The Rise and Fall of the “Atlantic Multidecadal Oscillation”, RealClimate.org, Red Green & Blue (original: MichaelMann.net/blog), Mar 4, 2021
  • Mann, M.E., for "GeoPolicy: Communicating A Global Climate Crisis – your questions answered!”, European Geophysical Union Blogs, Aug 7, 2020.
  • Mann, M.E., The Salem News Promotes Deadly Disinformation, MichaelMann.net/blog, May 6, 2020.
  • Mann, M.E., Comments on New ‘World Weather Attribution’ Analysis of Australian Bushfires, MichaelMann.net/blog, Mar 4, 2020.
  • Mann, M.E., The STORY about the ‘business as usual’ story is misleading, MichaelMann.net/blog, Jan 29, 2020.
  • Mann, M.E., The Letter-to-Editor that the Lethebridge Herald Refused to Run, MichaelMann.net/blog, Dec 2, 2019.
  • Mann, M.E., Oral Opening Statement from Michael Mann Testimony to U.S. House Oversight Committee Hearing on Climate Change & Natural Disasters, MichaelMann.net/blog, Jun 25, 2019.
  • Mann, M.E., My Interview With Al Franken, MichaelMann.net/blog, Jun 24, 2019.
  • Mann, M.E., On the Importance of Diversity in Climate Communication, MichaelMann.net/blog, Jun 17, 2019.
  • Mann, M.E., Vice: A Commentary on the Politics of Climate Denial, MichaelMann.net/blog, Jan 7, 2019.
  • Mann, M.E., Climate Change and Extreme Summer Weather Events – The Future is still in Our Hands, RealClimate.org (original: MichaelMann.net/blog), Oct 31, 2018
  • Mann, M.E., On Tropical Atlantic Warmth and Hurricanes, MichaelMann.net/blog, Sep 28, 2018.
  • Mann, M.E., Hurricane Florence—A Climate Change Triple Threat, MichaelMann.net/blog, Sep 15, 2018.
  • Mann, M.E., We Need New Leadership, MichaelMann.net/blog, Sep 5, 2018.
  • Mann, M.E., A Return to the Madhouse, MichaelMann.net/blog, Jul 24, 2018.
  • Rahmstorf, S., Mann, M., Does a slow AMOC increase the rate of global warming? RealClimate.org, Jul 18, 2018.
  • Rahmstorf, S., Emanuel, K., Mann, M., Kossin, J., Does global warming make tropical cyclones stronger? RealClimate.org, May 30, 2018.
  • Mann, M.E., Dutton, A.L., Our Response to the Latest Climate Change-Denying Wall Street Journal Op-Ed,  MichaelMann.net/blog, May 22, 2018.
  • Mann, M.E., Climate Change Denial in the Age of Trump, MichaelMann.net/blog, Jan 28, 2018.
  • Mann, M.E., A Sensitive Topic, MichaelMann.net/blog, Jan 26, 2018.
  • Mann, M.E., Welcome to the Michael Mann Blog! MichaelMann.net/blog, Jan 15, 2018.
  • Archer, D., Benestad, R., Bradley, R., Mann, M., Pierrehumbert, R., Rahmstorf, S., Steig, E., Don’t make a choice that your children will regret, RealClimate.org, Nov 4, 2016.
  • Mann, M.E., The Likelihood of Recent Record Warmth, RealClimate.org, Jan 25, 2016.
  • Mann, M.E., Climate Oscillations and the Global Warming Faux Pause, RealClimate.org, Feb 26, 2015.
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., A Bit More Sensitive, RealClimate.org, Jan 2, 2014.
  • Mann, M.E., Language Intelligence – Lessons on persuasion from Jesus, Shakespeare, Lincoln, and Lady Gaga: A Review, RealClimate.org, Aug 20, 2012.
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., Steig, E., Tree Rings and Climate: Some Recent Developments, RealClimate.org, July 8, 2012.
  • Mann, M.E., Global Temperatures, Volcanic Eruptions, and Trees that Didn’t Bark, RealClimate.org, Feb 6, 2012.
  • Mann, M.E., Steig, E., Rahmstorf, S., Bouldin, J., Pierrehumbert, R., Archer, D., A Well Deserved Honor, RealClimate.org, October 18, 2011.
  • Schmidt, G., Mann, M.E., Responses to McShane and Wyner, RealClimate.org, December 13, 2010.
  • Mann, M.E., A Eulogy to Stephen Schneider, RealClimate.org, July 19, 2010.
  • Schmidt, G., Mann, M.E., The Muir-Russell report, RealClimate.org, July 7, 2010.
  • Mann, M.E., What we can learn from studying the last millennium (or so), RealClimate.org, May 15, 2010.
  • Mann, M.E., Climate Cover Up: A (Brief) Review, RealClimate.org, October 20, 2009.
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., Communicating Science: Not Just Talking the Talk, RealClimate.org, September 16, 2009.
  • Mann, M.E., Unscientific America: A Review, RealClimate.org, July 8, 2009.
  • Schmidt, G., Mann, M.E., Winds of Change, RealClimate.org, June 11, 2009.
  • Mann, M.E., Communicating the Science of Climate Change, RealClimate.org, January 12, 2009.
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., Not the IPCC (“NIPCC”) Report, RealClimate.org, November 28, 2008.
  • Benestad, R., Mann, M.E., Climate Change and Tropical Cyclones (Yet Again), RealClimate.org, May 18, 2008
  • Rahmstorf, S., Mann, M.E., Bradley, R., Connolley, W., Archer, D., Ammann, C., Global Cooling-Wanna Bet?, RealClimate.org, May 8, 2008
  • Mann, M.E., Find the Error, RealCimate.org, November 9, 2007
  • Schmidt, G., Mann, M.E., Convenient Untruths, RealClimate.org, October 15, 2007
  • Mann, M.E., Worth a Look, RealClimate.org, September 20, 2007
  • Schmidt, G., Mann, M.E., Who ya gonna call?, RealClimate.org, August 22, 2007
  • Mann, M.E., Storm World: A Review, RealClimate.org, June 18, 2007
  • Mann, M.E., This Week, RealClimate.org, May 4, 2007
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., Hurricane Spin, RealClimate.org, April 24, 2007
  • Schmidt, G., Mann, M.E., Lindzen in Newsweek, RealClimate.org, April 17, 2007.
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., Broad Irony, RealClimate.org, March 13, 2007.
  • Mann, M.E., El Nino, Global Warming, and Anomalous U.S. Winter Warmth, RealClimate.org, January 8, 2007.
  • Schmidt, G., Mann, M., Archer, D.E., Rahmstorf, S., Connolley, W., Bradley, R., Consensus as the New Heresy, RealClimate.org, January 3, 2007.
  • Mann, M.E., Climate Change and Atlantic Hurricane Activity, guest article for Weather Channel website One Degree, December 5, 2006.
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., A Linkage Between the LIA and Gulf Stream, RealClimate.org, November 30, 2006.
  • Schmidt, G., Mann, M.E., Historical Climatology in Greenland, RealClimate.org, November 27, 2006.
  • Schmidt, G., Mann, M.E., The Trouble with Sunspots, RealClimate.org, September 13, 2006.
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., Tropical SSTs: Natural Variations or Global Warming, RealClimate.org, September 11, 2006.
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., Fact, Fiction, and Friction in the Hurricane Debate, RealClimate.org, August 18, 2006.
  • Mann, M.E., Jones, P.D., More on the Arctic, RealClimate.org, May 22, 2006.
  • Mann, M.E., A New Take on an Old Millennium, RealClimate.org, February 9, 2006.
  • Mann, M.E., Groundhog Day, RealClimate.org, February 2, 2006.
  • Schmidt, G., Mann, M.E., Decrease in Atlantic Circulation? RealClimate.org, November 30, 2005.
  • Mann, M.E., The False Objectivity of Balance, RealClimate.org, November 18, 2005.
  • Mann, M.E., Q&A: Global Warming, RealClimate.org, October 14, 2005.
  • Schmidt, G., Mann, M.E., Inhofe and Crichton: Together at Last! RealClimate.org, September 28, 2005.
  • Rahmstorf, S., Mann, M.E., Benestad, R., Schmidt, G., Connolley, W., Hurricanes and Global Warming – Is There a Connection? RealClimate.org, September 2, 2005.
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., Peer Review: A Necessary but not Sufficient Condition II,  RealClimate.org, January 27, 2005.
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., Peer Review: A Necessary but not Sufficient Condition, RealClimate.org, January 20, 2005.
  • Mann, M.E., Rahmstorf, S., Schmidt, G., Steig, E., Connolley, W., Senator Inhofe on Climate Change, RealClimate.org, January 10, 2005.
  • Mann, M.E., On yet Another False Claim by McIntyre and McKitrick, RealClimate.org, January 6, 2005.
  • Mann, M.E., Michael Crichton’s State of Confusion II: Return of the Science, RealClimate.org, December 15, 2004.
  • Mann, M.E., Schmidt, G., Climate Change Disinformation, RealClimate.org, December 11, 2004.
  • Mann, M.E., Weren’t temperatures warmer than today during the “Medieval Warm Period"? RealClimate.org, December 10, 2004.
  • Mann, M.E., OK, But we Know it was Warmer than Present 6000 Years Ago, Don’t We? RealClimate.org, December 10, 2004.
  • Mann, M.E., Temperature Variations in Past Centuries and the so-called “Hockey Stick”, RealClimate.org, December 10, 2004.
  • Mann, M.E., Myth vs. Fact Regarding the “Hockey Stick”, RealClimate.org, December 10, 2004.
  • Mann, M.E., False Claims by McIntyre and McKitrick regarding the Mann et al (1998) reconstruction, RealClimate.org, December 10, 2004.

 

Invited & Public Lectures, Panels and Events

 

  • Panel Discussion, Opening Program, Society of Environmental Journalists annual conference, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA, Apr 3, 2024.
  • Panel Discussion, Lunchtime Session: The Intersection Between Disinformation Research and Climate Science, Society of Environmental Journalists annual conference, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA, Apr 3, 2024.
  • Presentation, How Lessons from Earth’s Past Can Help Us Survive the Climate Crisis, Schmidt, Speaker Series, Schmidt Family Foundation, Mar 19 2024 (virtual).
  • Introduction, A Conversation with Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, Penn Energy Week event, Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA, Mar 15 2024.
  • Provided testimony, Government Administration and Elections Public Hearing on Bill 394 updating State FOIA law, Connecticut State Senate, Mar 13 2024 (virtual).
  • Panel discussion, Electrifying Everything?, Penn Energy Week event, Wharton Climate Center and Penn Center for Science, Sustainability and the Media, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA, Mar 13 2024.
  • Lecture, Our Fragile Moment, Arts & Lectures Series, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara CA, Feb 23 2023.
  • Michael Mann in conversation with Eric Masanet, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara CA, Feb 23 2023.
  • Lecture, Our Fragile Moment, Penn Class of 1968 Friendship Hour, Penn Alumni, University of Pennsylvania (virtual), Feb 16 2023.
  • Panel discussion, Understanding the Effects of Climate Change, VIPR undergraduate program, Vagelos Laboratories of the Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA, Feb 15 2024.
  • Presentation, How Lessons from Earth’s Past Can Help Us Survive the Climate Crisis, Smithsonian Associates Inside Science Lecture Series, Smithsonian Institute, Jan 11 2024 (virtual).
  • Presentation and book-signing, Our Fragile Moment: How Lessons from Earth’s Past Can Help Us Survive the Climate Crisis, Book Passage, Corte Madera CA, Dec 13 2023.
  • Guest video lecture, Journalism and Society (instructor Seth Borenstein), NYU Journalism School Washington DC, Dec 6 2023.
  • Acceptance speech, John Scott Award, Benjamin Franklin Hall, American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia PA, Nov 30 2023.
  • Lecture, Our Fragile Moment, Grantham Research Institute on Climate and the Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science, London England (virtual), Nov 22 2023.
  • Roundtable discussion, Road to COP 28: The Role of Media, Chaired by Allison Agsten, USC Annenberg’s Center for Climate Journalism and Communication, Nov 14 2023 (virtual).
  • Conversation and book-signing, Our Fragile Moment: How Lessons from Earth’s Past Can Help Us Survive the Climate Crisis, Perry World House World Forum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA, Oct 24 2023.
  • Conversation and book-signing, The Science and Morality of Climate Change, Chicago Humanities Fall Book Festival, Chicago IL, Oct 21, 2023.
  • Panel discussion and book-signing, The Climate Crisis: How to Cope, Boston Book Festival, Old South Church, Boston MA, Oct 14, 2023.
  • Discussion, "The Existential Crisis: Climate Change is Here with Dr. Michael E. Mann”, Moderated by Ana Cabrera, The Common Good, New York, NY, Oct 12 2023.
  • Conversation with actor Tim Guinee, Climate Action Party: Our Fragile Moment, Climate Action Now, Oct 10, 2023 (virtual).
  • Keynote lecture (“Annual Petrusky Lecture”), Our Fragile Moment, Discussion with Science-Health-Environment reporting fellows, National Association of Science Writers (NASW)/ Council for the Advancement of Science Writing Annual Conference (CASW), Boulder CO (remote), Oct 7 2023.
  • Discussion with Science-Health-Environment reporting fellows, National Association of Science Writers (NASW)/ Council for the Advancement of Science Writing Annual Conference (CASW), Boulder CO (remote), Boulder CO (remote), Oct 6 2023.
  • Panel discussion, Temperature Rising: Addressing Climate-Fueled Disasters, How Can We Build a More Sustainable Future, The Atlantic Festival, Washington DC, Sep 28 2023.
  • Lecture and book-signing, Our Fragile Moment, Parkway Central Library, Free Library of Philadelphia, Philadelphia PA, Sep 27 2023.