Jose Siri

Jose Siri researched how urbanization patterns and urban structure affect the transmission of mosquito-borne disease, and how better understanding of the dispersal of humans, vectors, and infection in this context can lead to more effective and efficient public health policy.

Siri received his PhD in Epidemiology (2006) from the University of Michigan.

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Funding: IIASA Postdoctoral Program

Nationality: American

Program: Health and Global Change Program

Dates: July 2009 – September 2012


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Rafaj P, Amann M, Siri J, & Wuester H (2015). Changes in European greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions 1960.2010: decomposition of determining factors. In: Uncertainties in Greenhouse Gas Perspectives. Expanding Our Perspectives. Eds. Jonas,, J.P. Ometto, R. Bun, M. & Nahorski, Z., Cham: Springer International. ISBN 978-3-319-15900-3 DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-15901-0_3.

Rafaj P, Amann M, & Siri JG (2014). Factorization of air pollutant emissions: Projections versus observed trends in Europe. Science of the Total Environment 494-95: 272-282. DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.07.013.

Rafaj P, Amann M, Siri JG, & Wuester H (2014). Changes in European greenhouse gas and air pollutant emissions 1960-2010: Decomposition of determining factors. Climatic Change 124 (3): 477-504. DOI:10.1007/s10584-013-0826-0.

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