Dr. Kristin Vandermolen
Assistant Research Professor, Atmospheric Science
Full Resume / CV
Increasing the Reach and Effectiveness of Heat Risk Education and Warning Messaging: Recommendations from San Diego County, California, Residents, , (2022).
Incrementando el alcance y la eficacia de la educacion sobre los riesgos del calor y los mensajes de advertencia: Recomendaciones de los residentes del Condado de San Diego, California, , (2022).
Recommendations for increasing the reach and effectiveness of heat risk education and warning messaging, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 82, 103288, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijdrr.2022.103288, , (2022).
Identifying community values related to heat: recommendations for forecast and health risk communication, Geoscience Communication, 4 (4), 517-525, , , (2021).
Mobility data aids assessment of human responses to extreme environmental conditions, The Lancet Planetary Health, 5 (10), e665-e667, 10.1016/S2542-5196(21)00261-8, , , , , , , (2021).
Typologizing Stakeholder Information Use to Better Understand the Impacts of Collaborative Climate Science, Environmental Management, 65 (2), 178-189, 10.1007/s00267-019-01237-9, , , (2020).
Exploratory Analysis of Potential Trends in Wildland Firefighter Fatality Incidents Related to Weather/Climate or Extreme Fire Behavior, , (2020).
Nevada’s 2020 State Climate Strategy: Climate Change in Nevada. State of Nevada, December 1, 2020, , , , , , , , (2020).
A Call for the Evaluation of Web-based Climate Data and Analysis Tools, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 100 (2), 257-268, 10.1175/BAMS-D-18-0006.1, , (2019).
Establishing Relationships between Drought Indices and Wildfire Danger Outputs: A Test Case for the California-Nevada Drought Early Warning System, Climate, 7 (4), 52, https://doi.org/10.3390/cli7040052, , , , , , (2019).
Implications of Regulatory Drought for Farmer Use of Climate Information in the Klamath Basin, Weather, Climate, and Society, 10 (2), 269-274, https://doi.org/10.1175/WCAS-D-17-0078.1, (2018).
Towards a Reno Climate Resiliency and Adaptation Plan, Report prepared for the City of Reno Sustainability Office., (2018).
Kids on the Frontline: How pesticides are undermining the health of rural children, 48 p.. Pesticide Action Network North America: Oakland, CA, , , (2016).
Maize migration: Key crop expands to higher altitudes under climate change in the Andes, Climate and Development, 8 (3), 245-255, 10.1080/17565529.2015.1034234, (2015).
Irrigation Access and Vulnerability to Climate-induced Hydrological Change in the Ecuadorian Andes, Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment, 36 (1), 28-44, (2014).
Portafolio de medidas de implementación e investigación respecto de la lucha contra la desertificación, degradación de la tierra, y adaptación al cambio climático (Portfolio of research and implementation measures addressing desertification, land degradation, and climate change adaptation), 84 p.. ZUISO: Quito, Ecuador, , (2014).
‘The one who has changed is the person’: Observations and explanations of climate change in the Ecuadorian AndesChapter : . In Castro, P., Taylor, D., Brokensha, D. W. (Eds.), Climate Change and Threatened Communities: Vulnerability, Capacity & Action, 119-128. Practical Action Publishers: London, UK, , , (2012).
Percepciones de cambio climático y estrategias de adaptación en las comunidades agrícolas de Cotacachi (Perceptions of climate change and adaptation strategies in the agrarian communities of Cotacachi), Ecuador Debate, 82, 145-157(2011).
La Creación de Nuestra Madre Naturaleza/Ñucanchik Pachamama Imashina Wiñarishkamanta (The Creation of Our Mother Earth), 53 p., Imprenta Dikapsa: Otavalo, Ecuador, , (2011).
Identifying Types of Stakeholder Climate Information Use: Conceptual, Instrumental, Justification. 6th North American Congress for Conservation Biology: Reno, Nevada, July 16, 2022-July 21, 2022, , , (2022).
Expanding Wildfire Smoke Monitoring and Messaging into Rural Nevada, Rocky Mountain Regional Wildfire Smoke Symposium: [virtual], November 14, 2022, , , , , , , , (2022).
Wildfire Smoke and De-energization: Impacts on Sierra Businesses. National Council for Science and the Environment: Virtual, January 5, 2021-January 7, 2021, (2021).
Leveraging climate disasters to increase P2 adoption, Panel discussion. P2 West: Inspiration, Innovation, and Implementation Conference: Virtual conference, October 20, 2021-October 28, 2021(2021).
Understanding the Potential for Public Misinterpretation of Forecast Information: SAWTI and the “Purple Flag Warning”. 99th annual meeting of the American Meteorological Society: Phoenix, AZ, January 6, 2019-January 10, 2019, (2019).
Lessons Learned from the Evaluation of Web-based Climate Data and Analysis Tools. American Geophysical Union: San Francisco, CA, December 9, 2019-December 13, 2019(2019).
Uncovering Public Values in Heat Safety Communication: Using an Interdisciplinary Approach to Build Trust between Citizens and Scientists. American Geophysical Union: San Francisco, CA, December 9, 2019-December 13, 2019, , (2019).
It Takes More Than a Two-Year Funding Cycle to Have an Impact. Annual Meeting of American Geophysical Union: San Francisco, CA, December 9, 2019-December 13, 2019, , (2019).
Update: Establishing Relationships between Drought and Wildfire Danger Indices for Improved Wildfire Risk Management. California FIRESCOPE, May 9, 2018, , , , , , (2018).
The Evaporative Demand Drought Index: Research and Applications for Wildland Fire Management. Predictive Services Winter Meeting: Meridian, Idaho, December 4, 2018-December 6, 2018, , , , (2018).
The Evaporative Demand Drought Index: Research and Applications for Wildland Fire Management. Advanced Fire Environment Learning Unit Fall Webinar, November 7, 2018, , , , (2018).
Establishing Relationships Between Drought and Wildfire Danger Indices for Improved Wildfire Risk Management. Nevada Water Resources Association Fall Symposium: Reno, Nevada, September 25, 2018-September 26, 2018, , , , , , (2018).
Implications of Regulatory Drought for Farmer Use of Climate Information in the Klamath Basin. Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop: Anchorage, AK, May 2, 2017-May 4, 2017, (2017).
Making Development Meaningful: Understanding Stakeholder Interpretations of Ethnodevelopment in Highland Ecuador. Inter-American Foundation Mid-Year Conference: Mexico City, Mexico, February 11, 2014-February 13, 2014(2014).
Challenging or reinforcing gender stereotypes? Lessons from the “visibilización” of women through development in the Andean highlands. 21st Annual Women’s Studies Student Research Symposium: Athens, GA, March 21, 2014(2014).
Climate change in Andean Cosmovision: An indigenous perspective on the transformative power of worldview, Transformation in a Changing Climate, 232-240. Transformation in a Changing Climate: Oslo, Norway, , (2013).
Climate Change in Andean Cosmovision: An Indigenous Perspective on the Transformative Power of Worldview. Transformation in a Changing Climate: Oslo, Norway, June 19, 2013-June 21, 2013, , (2013).
Of Hurricanes and Hot Peppers: Restoring Local Legends in Cotacachi, Ecuador. Anthropology Society Meetings: Athens, GA, February 16, 2012, (2012).
Las implicaciones del cambio climático para las agricultoras familiares de Cotacachi, Ecuador (The implications of climate change for women family farmers in Cotacachi, Ecuador). Quinto Seminario Internacional “Mujeres Indígenas y Agua” of the Universidad Nacional de Colombia: Bogotá, Colombia, May 18, 2011-May 19, 2011(2011).
Melted Mountain: Climate Change in Cotacachi, Ecuador. 109th Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association: New Orleans, LA, November 17, 2010-November 21, 2010, (2010).
Percepciones de cambio climático y estrategias de adaptación en las comunidades agrícolas de Cotacachi (Perceptions of climate change and adaptation strategies in the agrarian communities of Cotacachi). La Hora Nacional: Quito, Ecuador, June 6, 2011(2011).