David M. Holland

Changhyun Yoo3
Edwin P Gerber3
Xichen Li3
3Changhyun Yoo
3Edwin P Gerber
3Xichen Li
1Owen Owens
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Particulate matter (PM) has been linked to a range of serious cardiovascular and respiratory health problems, including premature mortality. The main objective of our research is to quantify uncertainties about the impacts of fine PM exposure on mortality. We develop a multivariate spatial regression model for the estimation of the risk of mortality(More)
In recent decades, Antarctica has experienced pronounced climate changes. The Antarctic Peninsula exhibited the strongest warming of any region on the planet, causing rapid changes in land ice. Additionally, in contrast to the sea-ice decline over the Arctic, Antarctic sea ice has not declined, but has instead undergone a perplexing redistribution.(More)
Tropical Atlantic sea surface temperature changes have recently been linked to circulation anomalies around Antarctica during austral winter. Warming in the tropical Atlantic associated with the Atlantic mul-tidecadal oscillation forces a positive response in the southern annular mode, strengthening the Amundsen– Bellingshausen Sea low in particular. In(More)
Enhancing nano-scale computational fluid dynamics with molecular pre-simulations : unsteady problems and design optimisation. Copyright and reuse: The Warwick Research Archive Portal (WRAP) makes this work of researchers of the University of Warwick available open access under the following conditions. This article is made available under the Creative(More)
Recent studies link climate change around Antarctica to the sea surface temperature of tropical oceans, with teleconnections from the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans making different contributions to Antarctic climate. In this study, the impacts of each ocean basin on the wintertime Southern Hemisphere circulation are identified by comparing simulation(More)
  • Christof S König, David M Holland, Adviser, Peter Minnett, Tim Papakyriakou, Jody Deming +14 others
  • 2007
To Marisa. iii Acknowledgements Firstly, I want to thank my adviser David Holland for guiding me through this time at Courant. His sense of humor and open-minded intellectual curiosity will hopefully remain with me for the times to come. He (and the tragic events of September 11, 2001) is also responsible for getting me onto icebreakers and igniting my(More)
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