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International Journal of Biometeorology

International Journal of Biometeorology

Editor-in-Chief: Scott C. Sheridan

ISSN: 0020-7128 (print version)
ISSN: 1432-1254 (electronic version)

Journal no. 484

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Editor-in-Chief

Scott C. Sheridan
Professor and Acting Departmental Chairperson
Department of Geography
Kent State University
P.O. Box 5190
Kent, Ohio 44242-0001, USA
Tel.: +1-330-672-3224
Fax: +1-330-672-4304
E-mail: ssherid1@kent.edu
ssherid1@kent.edu

Managing Editor:

Cameron C. Lee
Department of Georgraphy
Kent State University
308 McGilvrey Hall
Tel:  +1-330-672-2045
Fax: +1-330-672-4304
cclee@kent.edu

Field Editors

Aerobiology
Matt Smith
Laboratory of Aeropalynology
Faculty of Biology
Adam Mickiewicz Univesity
Umultowska 89
61-614 Poznàn, Poland
E-mail: aeromattsmith@gmail.com

Agricultural Meteorology
Simon Orlandini
Department of Plant, Soil and Environmental Science
University of Florence
Piazzale della Cascine 18
50144 Firenze, Italy
E-mail: simone.orlandini@unifi.it

Agricultural Meteorology
Paulo Cesar Sentelhas
Department of Biosystems Engineering
ESALQ - University of São Paulo
Avenida Padua Dias 11
13418-900 Piracicaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil
E-mail: pcsentel.esalq@usp.br

Animals
Robert P. Rhoads Jr.
Associate Professor, Department of Animal & Poultry Sciences
Associate Professor of Health Sciences
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
3080 Litton-Reaves Hall (0306)
Blacksburg, VA 24061, USA
Email: rhoadsr@vt.edu
Office: (540) 231-5134
Cell: (540) 629-3989

Animals
Veerasamy Sejian
Senior Scientist
Animal Physiology Division
ICAR-National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology
Hosur Road, Adugodi, Bangalore-560030, INDIA
drsejian@gmail.com

Animals
Leonel Avendaño-Reyes
Instituto de Ciencias Agrícolas
Universidad Autónoma de Baja California
Ejido Nuevo León, Baja California, MEXICO
lar62@hotmail.com

Climate Change and Ecology
Lynda Chambers
11-13 Minter Court
Park Orchards
Melbourne, VIC 3114, Australia
E-mail: phenologist@gmail.com

Epidemiology
Kathryn C Conlon
Climate and Health Program, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
4770 Buford Hwy MS F-59
Chamblee, GA 30341, USA
Gbq6@cdc.gov

Epidemiology
P. Grady Dixon
Department of Geosciences
Fort Hays State University
600 Park St
Hays, KS 67601-4099, USA
E-mail: pgdixon@fhsu.edu
Tel: +1-785-628-4536

Climate and Health
Michael Allen
Department of Political Science and Geography
7035 Batten Arts & Letters 
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529-0088, USA
mallen@odu.edu

Forests
Thomas Holst
Department of Earth and Ecosystem Sciences
Division of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Analysis
Centre for GeoBiosphere Science
Lund University
Sölvegatan 12
SE-223 62 Lund, Sweden
E-mail: Thomas.Holst@nateko.lu.se

Forests
Chung-Te Chang
Department of Geography
National Taiwan University
No. 1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Road
Taipei 10617, TAIWAN
changchuante@gmail.com

Humans
Antonella Fioravanti 
Rheumatology Unit
Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Senese
“Le Scotte” Policlinico
Viale Bracci 1
53100 Siena, ITALY
fioravanti7@virgilio.it


Humans
Naoshi Kakitsuba
Department of Environment and Technology
School of Science andTechnology
Meijo University
468-8502 Shiogamaguchi 1-501, Tenpaku-ku,
Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture
Japan
E-mail: naoshi@meijo-u.ac.jp

Phenology
Mark D. Schwartz
Department of Geography
Bolton Hall Room 410
P.O. Box 413
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413, USA
Tel.: +1-414-229-3740 or -4866
Fax: +1-414-229-3981
E-mail: mds@uwm.edu

Thermal Environment
Krzysztof  Blażejczyk
Polish Academy of Sciences
Institute of Geography and Spatial Organization
Dept. of Geoecology and Climatology
Tward 51/55, 00-818 Warzawa, Poland
E-mail: k.blaz@twarda.pan.pl
Tel: +48 22 69 78 910

Urban Biometeorology
Tzu-Ping Lin
Department of Architecture
National Chen Kung University
1 University Road
Taiwan 701
Taiwan
E-mail: lintp@mail.ncku.edu.tw
Tel: +886 6 2757575 ext. 54145

Editorial Advisory Board

Paul J. Beggs
Macquarie University, Australia
paul.beggs@mq.edu.au
Human, aeroallergens, climate change

Ariel Berman
Hebrew University, Israel
amielberman@mail.huji.ac.il
Animal environmental physiology, heat stress

Luigi Calamari
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy
luigi.calamari@unicatt.it
Heat stress, dairy cows, metabolic conditions, milk production, milk characteristics in heat stress conditions

Judy Cawdell-Smith

University of Queensland, Australia
j.cawdellsmith@uq.edu.au
Heat stress in animals, horses

Carla Cesariccio
National Research Council of Italy
C.Cesaraccio@ibimet.cnr.it
Plant phenology, heat and chill unit models, crop growth models, climate change, Mediterranean vegetation

Xiaoqiu Chen
Peking University, China
cxq@pku.edu.cn
Phenology, agricultural and forest meteorology, plant ecology, biogeography

Frank-M. Chimielewski
Humboldt-University of Berlin, Germany
chmielew@agrar.hu-berlin.de
Climate change, phenology, phenological modelling, climate impacts on agriculture and horticulture (especially on fruit growing)

Zalika Črepinšek
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
zalika.crepinsek@bf.uni-lj.si
Plant phenology, climate change, trends agronomy, climate extremes, agroclimatology

Theresa M. Crimmins
University of Arizona, USA
theresa@usanpn.org
Phenology, citizen science, plant ecology, spatial analysis

Junhu Dai
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
daijh@igsnrr.ac.cn
Phenology, plant geography, vegetation ecology, global change biology, climate change

Rebeccea Darbyshire
The University of Melbourne, Australia
rebecca.darbyshire@unimelboedu.au
Phenology, winter chill, climate change, temperate perennial trees

Ermes Frazzi
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy
ermes.frazzi@unicatt.it
Evaporative cooling, ventilation, thermal insulation, livestock buildings, dairy cows, pigs, poultry

Chris R. de Freitas
University of Auckland, New Zealand
c.defreitas@auckland.ac.nz
Human body-environment thermal exchange, tourism climatology, thermal bioclimatic indices, tourists cave microclimatology and mangement, forest microclimate

Carmen Galán
University of Córdoba, Spain
bv1gasoc@uco.es
Aerobiology, palynology, plant phenology, modeling, projections

William Goggins
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
wgoggins@cuhk.edu.hk
Biostatistics, meteorological variables and human health, urban heat islands, generalised additive models

Simon N. Gosling
University of Nottingham, UK
simon.gosling@nottingham.ac.uk
Heat waves, temperature-related mortality, climate change

Scott Greene
University of Oklahoma, USA
jgreene@ou.edu
Climate and health, climate change, applied climatology

Bronwyn Harch
Queensland University of Technology
Bronwyn.Harch@qut.edu.au Environmental sampling, Environmental statistics (also known as environmetrics), Environmental modelling

Sharon L. Harlan
Arizona State University, USA
sharon.harlan@asu.edu
Climate/weather and society, heat and health, environmental justice, urban coupled human and natural systems

Masaaki Hashimoto
Teikyo University of Science, Japan
mhashi@ntu.ac.jp
Hibernation, body temperature regulation, CO2 balneotherapy

George Havenith
Loughborough University, UK
G.Havenith@lboro.ac.uk
Human exposure: heat stress, cold stress, clothing heat transfer, thermophysiological modeling

Geoffrey M. Henebry
South Dakota State University, USA
Geoffrey.Henebry@sdstate.edu
Synoptic ecology, landscape ecology, land surface phenology, ecological modeling, spatio-temporal analysis, grasslands, land cover/land use change

Jutta Holst
Lund University, Sweden
Jutta.holst@nateko.lu.se
Forest meteorology, environmental climatology (urban climae, air quality, human biometeorology)

Yasushi Honda
University of Tsukuba, Japan
honda@taiiku.tsukuba.ac.jp
Environmental epidemiology, climate change, human mortality and mobidity

David Inouye

University of Maryland, USA
inouye@umd.edu
Pollination biology, plant demography, phenology, climate change, bees, pollinators

Adam J. Kalkstein
United States Military Academy, USA
Adam.Kalkstein@usma.edu
Human, seasonal impacts  

Idalia Kasprzyk
University of Rzeszów, Poland
idalia@univ.rzeszow.pl
Aerobiology, pollen, fungal spores and their relationship with weather, phenology, forecasting model, biostatistics

Marie Keatley
University of Melbourne, Australia
mrk@unimelb.edu.au
Plant phenology, statistical methods, citizen science and networks, natural resource management, environmental history

Kurt Christian Kersebaum
Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research, Germany
ckersebaum@zalf.de
Agriculture, crop growth, phenology, soil processes, water balance, agro-ecosystem modeling

Ho Kim
Seoul National University, South Korea
hokim@snu.ac.kr
Human health, air pollution, climate change

Kim Knowlton
Health & Environment Program
Natural Resources Defense Council, USA
kknowlton@nrdc.org
Human health, public health, climate change

Elisabeth Koch
Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics, Austria
elisabeth.koch@zamg.ac.at
Phenology

Alar Läänelaid
University of Atartu, Estonia
alar.laaneladi@ut.edu
Dendrochronology (dating of buildings and wooden items by tree rings), dendroclimatology (ring-width/meteorological variables relations of pine, spruce, oak), dendroecology (drainage effects on trees growing in swamps)

Liang Liang
University of Kentucky, USA
liang.liang@uky.edu
Phenology, bioclimatology, remonte sensing

Toshio Makie
National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center, Tokyo, Japan
makie@info.med.kyushu-u.ac.jp
Infectious disease, bio-statistics

László Makra
University of Szeged, Hungary
makra@geo.u-szeged.hu
Taxa, pollen, polle dispersion, local pollen, transported pollen, pollen concentration, pollen forecast, climate, meteorological elements, pollen statistics, phenological characteristics, ragweed (Ambrosia), respiratory diseases

Helmut Mayer
Albert-Ludwigs-University, Germany
helmut.mayer@meteo.uni-freiburg.de     
Urban meteorology and climatology, urban biometeorology, forest meteorology

Marco Morabito
Institute of Biometeorology - National Research Council, Florence, Italy
m.morabito@ibimet.cnr.it
Human biometeorology, thermal comfort, thermal indices, weather-related health, environmental epidemiology

Matthew Muller
Penn State Hershey Heart and Vascular Institute, USA
mmuller1@hmc.psu.edu
Human thermoregulation, exercise performance in heat and cold, cardiovascular physiology, sympathetic mervous system, cardiology

Panagiotis Nastos
University of Athens, Greece
nastos@geol.uoa.gr 
Weather impacts on human health, human biometeorology, heat waves and cardiovascular/respiratory diseases, human thermal indices, weather types and human health 

Richard Primack
Boston University, USA
primack@bu.edu
Plant phenology, leafing out times, winter chilling requirements, autumn phenology, fruiting phenology

Dirk Schindler
Albert-Ludwigs-University, Freiburg, Germany
dirk.schindler@meteo.uni-freiburg.de
Forest meteorology, micrometeorology, hydrometeorology, urban meteorology, air pollution control, energy meteorology, radiation balance, energy balance, water balance, turbulent exhange, wind-plant interaction, natural hazards, soil-vegetation-atmosphere exchange, time series analysis, statistical/empirical modelling, field studies

Avraham Shitzer
Technio Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
merasa@technion.ac.il
Thermal comfort, wind chill, bio-heat transfer, climate stress indices, modeling of the thermoregulatory system

Tim Sparks
Coventry University, UK
thsparks@btopenworld.com
Phenology, climate impacts, biodiversity, species distribution

Alan Stewart
University of Georgia, USA
aeswx@uga.edu 
Climate and weather psychology

Brian Stone, Jr.
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
stone@gatech.edu
Urban climatology, environmental planning, urban heat island effect, climate change, land use/land cover change

Shilu Tong
Queensland University of Technology, Australia
s.tong@qut.edu.au
Public health risks of climate variability and change, heat-related health impacts and disease burden attributable to climate change

János Unger
University of Szeged, Hungary
unger@geo.u-szeged.hu
Urban human biometeorology (thermal aspects), indices of tourism climate, human comfort

Jennifer K. Vanos
Texas Tech University, USA
jennifer.vanos@ttu.edu
Human thermal environment, air pollution, heat stress, epidemiology, urban climates, climate change, energy budget modeling

Cuizhen Wang
Department of Geography
University of South Carolina, USA
cwang@mailbox.sc.edu 
Bioenvironmenal remote sensing, spatial analysis, GIS 

Ksenija Zaninovic
Meteorological and Hydrological Service, Croatia
ksenija.zaninovic@cirus.dhz.hr
Human biometeorology, tourism, thermal comfort, heat waves
 
Lewis Ziska
USDA-ARS, Crop Systems and Global Change, USA
Lewis.Ziska@ARS.USDA.GOV
Weed ecology, carbon dioxide, climate change, invasive species, food security

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