Understanding and Reconciling Global Temperature Records (PhD ’19)
Zeke is an energy systems analyst and data scientist with a strong interest in climate science and policy. He is currently the VP of Energy Science at Essess, Inc, an energy efficiency startup that develops vehicle mounted thermal imaging systems, a research scientist at Berkeley Earth, and the senior climate analyst at Project Drawdown. He was previously the chief scientist at C3 Energy and the cofounder and chief scientist of Efficiency 2.0, a behavior-based energy efficiency company. At ERG he plans to focus on better modeling climate impacts of energy system choices and improving observational estimates of global surface temperatures.
- Robust comparison of climate models with observations using blended land air and ocean sea surface temperatures
- Quantifying the effect of urbanization on US Historical Climatology Network temperature records
- Bounding the climate viability of natural gas as a bridge fuel to displace coal
- A High‐Resolution Statistical Model of Residential Energy End Use Characteristics for the United States
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