· Appointed by the World Meteorological Organization to serve as an expert team member for the Commission for Climatology. Only American on the six-member team, Climate Risk and Sector-Specific Climate Indices, 2014-2018.
· Subject matter expert and co-author for the Army Science Board’s 2013 Study: “Planning for Climate Change: Actions for the Army to Better Adapt to the Effects of Climate Change in 2030”
· Official U.S. government reviewer. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, 5th Assessment Report, Working Group II. Chapter 11 – Human health: impacts, adaptation, and co-benefits.
· Co-editor for the Middle States Geographer, 2011-Present
· Member of the Editorial Advisory Board for the International Journal of Biometeorology, 2012-Present
Kalkstein, A.J. and MacPherson, D.A. 2014. Changing pressure-wind relationships for tropical cyclones in the North Atlantic and Northeastern Pacific. International Journal of Climatology. UNDER REVIEW.
Dixon, P.G. and Kalkstein, A.J. 2014. Increased suicide frequency during anomalously warm temperatures: A statistical analysis of eight U.S. counties. Earth Interactions. UNDER REVIEW.
Kalkstein, A.J. and DeFelice, T.P. 2014. Predicting the flu: The impact of cool dry air on hospital admissions in the southwest United States. 2014 AMHCR Conference Proceedings. 115-116.
Kalkstein, A.J. 2013. Regional similarities in seasonal mortality across the United States: an examination of 28 metropolitan statistical areas. PLOS ONE. 8(5): e63971.
Kalkstein, A.J. and Goodrich, G.B. 2012. The effect of ENSO and PDO on three airborne pollutants in Phoenix, AZ. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science. 43: 91-98.
Sheridan, S.C., Kalkstein, L.S., Kalkstein, A.J, Greene, J.S. 2011. Heat-related mortality and heat watch-warning systems in the United States: recent developments. Epidemiology. 22: S13.
Dixon, P.G. and Kalkstein, A.J. 2010. Teaching and Learning Guide for: Climate-
suicide relationships: A research problem in need of geographic methods and cross-disciplinary perspectives. Geography Compass. 4: 485-489.
Sheridan, S.C. and Kalkstein, A.J. 2010. Seasonal variability in heat-related mortality across the United States. Natural Hazards. 55: 291-305.
Tan, J., Zheng, Y., Tang, X., Guo, C., Li, L., Song, G., Zhen, X., Yuan, D.,
Kalkstein, A.J., Li, F., Chen, H. 2010. The urban heat island and its impact on heat waves and human health in Shanghai. International Journal of Biometeorology. 54: 75-84.
Dixon, P.G. and Kalkstein, A.J. 2009. Climate-suicide relationships: A research problem in need of geographic methods and cross-disciplinary perspectives. Geography Compass. 3: 1961-74.
Kalkstein, A.J., Kuby, M., Gerrity, D., Clancy, J.J. 2009. An analysis of air mass effects on rail ridership in three U.S. cities. Journal of Transport Geography. 17: 198-207.
Kalkstein, L.S., Sheridan, S.C., Kalkstein, A.J. 2009. Heat Health Warning Systems: Development, Implementation, and Intervention Activities. Biometeorology for Adaptation to Climate Variability and Change. 1: 33-48.
Sheridan, S.C., Kalkstein, A.J., Kalkstein, L.S. 2009. Trends in heat-related mortality
in the United States, 1975-2004. Natural Hazards. 50: 145-160.
Dixon, P.G. and Kalkstein, A.J. 2008. Do global temperatures really affect Italian suicides? – comments on “Global warming possibly linked to an enhanced risk of suicide: Data from Italy, 1974-2003”. Journal of Affective Disorders; Online Comments. [Available online at http://www.isad.org.uk/JADcomments.asp].
Kalkstein, A.J. and Sheridan, S.C. 2007. The social impacts of the Heat-Health Watch/Warning System in Phoenix, Arizona: assessing the perceived risk and response of the public. International Journal of Biometeorology. 52: 43-55.
Kalkstein, L.S., Kalkstein, A.J., Sheridan, S.C. 2006. Weather/morbidity relationships in two northeastern cities, and the potential impact of a climate change. Union of Concerned Scientists, commissioned report relating climate change to human health, Boston, MA. 23 pp.
Tan, J., Youfei, Z., Guixiang, S., Kalkstein, L.S., Kalkstein, A.J. 2006. Heat wave impacts on mortality in Shanghai, 1998 and 2003. International Journal of Biometeorology. 51: 193-200.
Dixon, P.G., Brommer, D.M., Hedquist, B.C., Kalkstein, A.J., Goodrich, G.B, Walter,
J.C., Dickerson, C.C., Penny, S.J., Cerveny, R.S. 2005. Heat mortality versus cold mortality: a study of conflicting databases. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 86: 937-943.
Kalkstein, A.J. and Balling, R.C. 2004. Impact of unusually clear weather on United
States daily temperature range following 9/11/2001. Climate Research. 26: 1-4.