Andrew Jarvis
Lancaster Environment Centre
Lancaster University
plus44 1524 593280

MSc Energy and Environment

LEC380 Energy, Climate and Society

Selected papers

Resource acquisition, distribution and end-use efficiencies and the growth of industrial society. Jarvis AJ, Jarvis SJ and Hewitt CN. Earth System Dynamics, 6, 1–14, (2015) (pdf)

A New Method of Comparing Forcing Agents in Climate Models. Kravitz B, McMartin DG, Rasch PJ, Jarvis AJ, Journal of Climate, 28, 8203 - 8218 (2015) (pdf)

Dynamics of the coupled human–climate system resulting from closed-loop control of solar geoengineering. MacMartin DG, Kravitz B, Keith DW, Jarvis AJ, Climate Dynamics, DOI 10.1007/s00382-013-1822-9 (2013) (pdf)

Climate-society feedbacks and the avoidance of dangerous climate change. Jarvis, AJ, Leedal DT and Hewitt CN, Nature Climate Change, 2 (9), 668-671 (2012) (pdf)

The geoengineering model intercomparison project: A control perspective. Jarvis AJ and Leedal DT, Atmospheric Science, (2012) (pdf)

The magnitudes and timescales of global mean surface temperature feedbacks in climate models. Jarvis AJ, Earth System Dynamics, 2, 213–221 (2011) (pdf)

The contribution of timescales to the temperature response of climate models. Jarvis AJ and Li S, Climate Dynamics, (2010) (pdf)

Long run surface temperature dynamics of an A-OGCM: the HadCM3 4xCO(2) forcing experiment revisited. Li, S; Jarvis AJ, Climate Dynamics, 33, 817-825 (2009) (pdf)

Stabilizing global mean surface temperature: A feedback control perspective. Jarvis, A; Leedal, D; Taylor, CJ, Environmental Modelling and Software, 24, 665-674 (2009) (pdf)

Are response function representations of the global carbon cycle ever interpretable? Li, S; Jarvis, AJ; Leedal, DT, Tellus, 61B,361–371 (2008) (pdf)

A sequential CO2 emissions strategy based on optimal control of atmospheric CO2 concentrations. Jarvis AJ, Young PC, Leedal DT and Chotai A, Climatic Change, DOI 10.1007/s10584-007-9298-4 (2008) (pdf)