TAMMA CARLETON

WORKING PAPERS

Causal empirical estimates suggest COVID-19 transmission rates are highly seasonal

with Kyle Meng (link)

Valuing the global mortality consequences of climate change accounting for

adaptation costs and benefits (submitted)

with the Climate Impact Lab (link)

A generalizable and accessible approach to machine learning with global satellite imagery (submitted)

with Esther Rolf, Jonathan Proctor, Ian Bolliger, Vaishaal Shankhar, Miyabi Ishihara, Benjamin Recht, and Solomon Hsiang

Estimating a social cost of carbon for global energy consumption (submitted)

with the Climate Impact Lab

Human productivity in a warmer world: The impact of climate change on the global workforce

with the Climate Impact Lab

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Regional Crop Diversity and Weather Shocks in India

M. Auffhammer & T.A. Carleton, Asian Development Review (2018)

Sep. 4, 2018

Social and economic impacts of climate

T.A. Carleton & S.M. Hsiang, Science (2016)

Blog post

Coverage: BloombergXinhuaClimateWireNPRQuartzChile SustentableVvoxGuinee28Afrique ExpansionEast Online

Sep 8, 2016

Conflict in a changing climate

Carleton, T.A., S.M. Hsiang, M. Burke, European Physical Journal Special Topics (2016).

Blog post

Jun 7, 2016

CONFERENCE PAPERS

Ground control to Major Tom: The importance of field surveys in remotely sensed data analysis

Bolliger, I., T.A. Carleton, S.M Hsiang, J. Kadish, J. Proctor, B. Recht, E. Rolf, and V. Shankar Conference Proceedings, Data for Good Exchange (2017)

Oct 25, 2017