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Scott Sheridan

Professor

My research interests are in synoptic climatology, climate change, and bioclimatology. Perhaps foremost, I've worked on addressing the problem of heat vulnerability through a number of different avenues, from survey work on heat perception, to the development of over 30 heat-warning systems across the globe, and projections of future vulnerability. I am also interested in all other aspects of applied climatology, including climate and crime, atmospheric composition, and agriculture. I also serve as the editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Biometeorology.

Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

 Ballinger, T.J. and S.C. Sheridan, 2013: Associations between circulation pattern frequencies and sea ice minima in the western Arctic.  International Journal of Climatology, 10 pp., in press.

Sheridan, S.C. and C.C. Lee, 2013: Synoptic Climatology.  Oxford Bibliographies, in press.

Sheridan, S.C., D.P. Pirhalla, C.C. Lee, and V. Ransi, 2012: Evaluating Linkages of Weather Patterns and Water Quality Responses in South Florida Using a Synoptic Climatological Approach.  Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 52, 425-438.

Sheridan, S.C., C.C. Lee, M.J. Allen, and L.S. Kalkstein, 2012: Future heat vulnerability in California  Part I: Projecting future weather types and heat events.  Climatic Change, 115, 291-309.

Sheridan, S.C., M.J. Allen, C.C. Lee, and L.S. Kalkstein, 2012: Future heat vulnerability in California  Part II: Projecting future heat-related mortality.  Climatic Change, 115, 321-326.

Sheridan, S.C., and A.J. Kalkstein, 2010: Seasonal variability in heat-related mortality across the United States.  Natural Hazards, 55, 291-305.

Sheridan, S.C., and C.C. Lee, 2010: Synoptic climatology and the general circulation model.  Progress in Physical Geography, 34, 101-109.

Hajat, S., S.C. Sheridan, M.J. Allen, M. Pascal, K. Laaidi, A. Yagouti, U. Bickis, A. Tobias, D. Bourque, B.G. Armstrong, T. Kosatsky, 2010: Which days of hot weather are identified as dangerous by Heat-Health Warning Systems?  A comparison of the predictive capacity of different approaches.  American Journal of Public Health, 100, 1137-1144.



Research Areas
  • Climatology
  • Biometeorology
  • Climate Change
Affiliations

Association of American Geographers

International Society of Biometeorology

American Meteorological Society

Scott Sheridan
OFFICE
Department of Geography
Center for Ecology and Natural Resources Sustainability
Mcgilvrey Hall
OFFICE HOURS

Monday 1-4

Wednesday 1-4

CONTACT INFO
Phone: 330-672-3224
ssherid1@kent.edu
COURSES TEACHING
Spring 2014
  • GEOG 17063 - 001 World Geography
  • GEOG 37066 - 001 Geography Of Europe
  • GEOG 40195 - 010 St : Fld Exp Portugal And Spain
  • GEOG 60199 - 001 Thesis I
  • GEOG 60299 - 001 Thesis Ii
  • GEOG 60996 - 001 Research In Geography
  • GEOG 80199 - 001 Dissertation I
  • GEOG 80299 - 001 Dissertation Ii
  • GEOG 80998 - 001 Research
Summer 2014
  • GEOG 80299 - 001 Dissertation Ii
  • GEOG 80998 - 002 Research
Fall 2014
  • GEOG 41066 - 001 Climate Change And Its Impact
  • GEOG 51066 - 001 Climate Change And Its Impacts
  • GEOG 71066 - 001 Climate Change And Its Impacts
  • GEOG 80998 - 001 Research
EXPERTISE