2017 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2007 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1995 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His main research concerns Climate change, Risk analysis, Set, Renewable energy and Variety. His study looks at the intersection of Climate change and topics like Greenhouse gas with Climatology. M. Granger Morgan has researched Risk analysis in several fields, including News media, Risk ranking, Categorization and Power station.
His Set study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Environmental hazard, Occupational safety and health, Control and Environmental health. His studies in Variety integrate themes in fields like Energy policy, Probabilistic logic, Formal methods and Expert elicitation. His Efficient energy use course of study focuses on Natural resource economics and Agriculture.
M. Granger Morgan mainly investigates Climate change, Environmental economics, Natural resource economics, Risk analysis and Electricity. His Climate change research includes themes of Climatology, Environmental resource management and Greenhouse gas.
M. Granger Morgan mostly deals with Policy analysis, Electricity, Risk analysis, Climate change and Nuclear power. His study in Policy analysis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Valuation, Positive economics, Public economics and Process management. The various areas that M. Granger Morgan examines in his Electricity study include Air quality index, Solar power, Electricity generation, Port and Renewable energy.
His Risk analysis research incorporates elements of Emerging technologies, Reliability engineering, Lead, Timeline and Order. His work deals with themes such as Atmosphere, Environmental engineering and Negative carbon dioxide emission, which intersect with Climate change. He combines subjects such as Software deployment, Structured interview, Natural resource economics, Domestic market and Fossil fuel with his study of Nuclear power.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Climate change, Emerging technologies, Policy analysis, Electricity and Reliability engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Natural resource economics, Nuclear power, Domestic market and Portfolio in addition to Climate change. His Emerging technologies study incorporates themes from Risk analysis, Engineering ethics and Science communication.
His Risk analysis study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Incentive, Commercial aviation, Function and Process. His Energy carrier study in the realm of Electricity interacts with subjects such as HVAC. M. Granger Morgan works mostly in the field of Reliability engineering, limiting it down to concerns involving Electric power and, occasionally, Willingness to pay and Service.
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Risk Communication: A Mental Models Approach
M. Granger Morgan;Baruch Fischhoff;Ann Bostrom;Cynthia J. Atman.
What Do People Know About Global Climate Change? 1. Mental Models
Ann Bostrom;M. Granger Morgan;Baruch Fischhoff;Daniel Read.
Risk Analysis (1994)
Managing Soil Carbon
Rattan Lal;Michael Griffin;Jay Apt;Lester Lave.
Characterizing Mental Models of Hazardous Processes: A Methodology and an Application to Radon
Ann Bostrom;Baruch Fischhoff;M. Granger Morgan.
Journal of Social Issues (1992)
Now what do people know about global climate change? Survey studies of educated laypeople
Travis William Reynolds;Ann Bostrom;Daniel Read;M. Granger Morgan.
Risk Analysis (1994)
Evaluation of a proposal for reliable low-cost grid power with 100% wind, water, and solar
Christopher T. M. Clack;Christopher T. M. Clack;Staffan A. Qvist;Jay Apt;Morgan Bazilian.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2017)
COMMUNICATING RISK TO THE PUBLIC
W. Granger Morgan Baruch Fischhoff;Ann Bostrom;Lester Lave;Cynthia Atman.
Environmental Science & Technology (1992)
What Risks Are People Concerned About
Gregory W. Fischer;Gregory W. Fischer;M. Granger Morgan;Baruch Fischhoff;Indira Nair.
Risk Analysis (1991)
Research on global sun block needed now.
David W. Keith;Edward Parson;M. Granger Morgan.
Marginal emissions factors for the U.S. electricity system.
Kyle Siler-Evans;Inês Lima Azevedo;M. Granger Morgan.
Environmental Science & Technology (2012)
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