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Curriculum Vitae, David Lobell
All requests for additional information and access to individual articles can be directed to David Lobell.

  • Lobell, D.B.. G.L. Hammer, G. McLean, C. Messina, M.J. Roberts, and W. Schlenker. 2013. The critical role of extreme heat for maize production in the United States, Nature Climate Change, 3, 497–501
  • Lobell, D.B. 2013. Errors in climate datasets and their effects on statistical crop models. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 170, 58-66
  • Lobell, D.B., Ortiz-Monasterio, J.I., Sibley, A.M., & Sohu, V.S. 2013. Satellite detection of earlier wheat sowing in India and implications for yield trends. Agricultural Systems, 115, 137-143
  • Lobell, D.B., 2012. The use of satellite data for crop yield gap analysis. Field Crops Research, 143, 56-64
  • Lobell, D.B., and Gourdji, S.M., 2012. The influence of climate change on global crop productivity, Plant Physiology, 160: 1686-1697.
  • Gourdji, S.M., K. Matthews, M. Reynolds, J. Cross, and D.B. Lobell. 2013. An assessment of wheat breeding gains in hot environments, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 280: 1752.
  • Lobell, D.B., U. Baldos, and T.W. Hertel. 2013. Climate adaptation as mitigation: the case of agricultural investments, Environmental Research Letters, 8 015012 doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/1/015012
  • Pongratz, J., Lobell, D.B., Cao, L. and Caldeira, K., 2012. Crop yields in a geoengineered climate. Nature Clim. Change, 2(2): 101-105.
  • Lobell, D. and Field, C., 2012. California perennial crops in a changing climate. Climatic Change, 109: 317-333.
  • Urban, D., Roberts, M., Schlenker, W. and Lobell, D., 2012. Projected temperature changes indicate significant increase in interannual variability of U.S. maize yields. Climatic Change, 112(2): 525-533.
  • Lobell, D.B., The use of satellite data for crop yield gap analysis. Field Crops Research, 143, 56-64
  • Lobell, D., Torney, A. and Field, C., 2012. Climate extremes in California agriculture. Climatic Change, 109: 355-363.
  • Lobell, D.B. 2012. The case of the missing wheat. Environmental Research Letters 7 021002 doi:10.1088/1748-9326/7/2/021002
  • Maltais-Landry, G. and Lobell, D.B., 2012. Evaluating the Contribution of Weather to Maize and Wheat Yield Trends in 12 US Counties. Agronomy journal, 104(2): 301.
  • McGrath, J.M., and D.B. Lobell. 2011. An independent method for deriving the carbon fertilization effect using historical yield data from wet and dry years. Global Change Biology, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02406.x.
  • Georgescu, M., Lobell, D.B. and Field, C.B., 2011. Direct climate effects of perennial bioenergy crops in the United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(11): 4307-4312.
  • Loarie, S.R., Lobell, D.B., Asner, G.P. and Field, C.B., 2011. Land-Cover and Surface Water Change Drive Large Albedo Increases in South America. Earth Interactions, 15(7): 1-16.
  • Lobell, D.B., Sibley, A. and Ivan Ortiz-Monasterio, J., 2012. Extreme heat effects on wheat senescence in India. Nature Clim. Change, advance online publication. DOI: 10.1038/NCLIMATE1356
  • Nicholas, K.A., Matthews, M.A., Lobell, D.B., Willits, N.H. and Field, C.B., 2011. Effect of vineyard-scale climate variability on Pinot noir phenolic composition. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 151(12): 1556-1567.
  • Rowhani, P., Lobell, D. B., Linderman, M. & Ramankutty, N. 2011. Climate variability and crop production in Tanzania. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 10.1016/j.agrformet.2010.12.002.