Curriculum vitae

MOORE, Nathan J.-Simplified CV
MOORE, Nathan J.

Current Affiliation: Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA



Associate Professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA

Postdoctoral Fellow, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA


Ph.D., Earth & Ocean Sciences, 2004. Duke University, Durham, USA

MSc., Physics, 1997. University of Oregon, Eugene, USA

Bsc., Physics, 1993. University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA

Five Key Research Projects

Co-PI: Understanding Recovery and Regime Shifts in Disturbed Landscapes Using Chronostratigraphic Data Integrated with Land Use and Climate Change Modeling ($773,000; funded U.S. National Science Foundation)

Co-PI: Modeling the Ecological and Socioecological Determinants of Tuberculosis Transmission in Humans,Livestock, and Wildlife in Rural Uganda ($2,500,000; funded U.S. National Science Foundation)

Co-I: Addressing the Impacts of Climate Change on Agricultural Systems in East Africa ($430,000; funded by Rockefeller Foundation)

Co-PI: Rethinking Dams: Innovative hydropower solutions to achieve sustainable food and energy production, and sustainable communities ($2,618,000; funded by the National Science Foundation INFEWS program)

Co-I: Dynamic Ecological Simulation Model of Tsetse Transmitted Trypanosomiasis in Kenya ($1,100,000; funded U.S. National Science Foundation)

Five Key Publications

N Moore, J Andresen, B Lofgren, B Pijanowski, DY Kim (2015) Projected landcover change effects on East African rainfall under climate change, International Journal of Climatology 35 (8), 1772-1783.

Moore N, N Torbick, B Pijanowski, B Lofgren, J Wang, DY Kim, J Andresen, J Olson (2009) Adapting MODIS‐derived LAI and fractional cover into the RAMS model for East Africa. International Journal of Climatology, doi: 10.1002/joc.2011

Walker R, N Moore, E Arima, S Perz, C Simmons, M Caldas, D Vergara, C Bohrer (2009) Can Protected Areas Protect the Amazon? PNAS 106:10582-10586

Lozier MS, S Leadbetter, R Williams, V Roussenov, M Reed, N Moore, 2008. The Spatial Pattern and Mechanisms of Heat Content Change in the North Atlantic. Science, doi:10.1126/science.1146436.

Moore N & S Rojstaczer, 2002. Irrigation’s Influence on Precipitation: Texas High Plains, USA. Geophysical Research Letters 29, doi: 10.1029/2002GL014940.

Moore N & Rojstaczer, 2001, Irrigation-induced Rainfall and the Great Plains. Journal of Applied Meteorolgy 40: 1297-1309.

Updated on September 15, 2016