Sylvia G. Dee

Assistant Professor

Room Number: KWGL 313
(713) 348-4889
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B.S.E., Princeton University, Civil & Environmental Engineering, 2010
Ph.D., University of Southern California, Earth Sciences, 2015


paleoclimate, climate dynamics, earth system modeling, global change

Selected Publications

[2018] Dee, S. G., Nusbaumer, J., Bailey, A. R., Russell, J. M., Lee, J.E., Konecky, B., Buenning, N., and Noone, D, in press. “Tracking the Strength of the Walker Circulation with Stable Isotopes in Water Vapor.” Journal of Geophysical Research, Atmospheres.

[2017] Dee, S.G., Parsons, L.A., Loope, G., Ault, T.R., Emile-Geay, J. and Overpeck, J. “Improved spectral comparisons of paleoclimate models and observations via proxy system modeling: Implications for multi-decadal variability.” Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 476 (2017): 34-46

[2017] Munoz, S. E. and Dee, S.G., “El Nino increases the risk of lower Mississippi River flooding,” Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 1772. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-01919-6

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