Journals


Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences


Jung, K., Hilbe, J. Forthcoming. Female hurricanes are deadlier than male hurricanes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Jung, K., Shavitt, S. , Viswanathan, M. , Hilbe, J. 2014. Female Hurricanes Are Deadlier Than Male Hurricanes . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111: 8782-8787

Jung, K., Shavitt, S. , Viswanathan, M. , Hilbe, J. 2014. Reply to Christensen and Christensen and Malter: Pitfalls of Erroneous Analyses on Hurricane Names . Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111: E3499-E3500

Jung, K., Shavitt, S. , Viswanathan, M. , Hilbe, J. 2014. Reply to Maley: Yes, Appropriate Modeling of Fatality Counts Confirms Female Hurricanes Are Deadlier. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111: E3835

Jung, K., Shavitt, S. , Viswanathan, M. , Hilbe, J. 2014. Reply to Bakkensen and Larson: Population May Matter but Does Not Alter Conclusions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111: E5333

Basu, S., Dickhaut, J., Hecht, G. , Towry, K., Waymire, G. 2009. Recordkeeping Alters Economic History by Promoting Reciprocity.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106: 1009-1014

Basu, S., Dickhaut, J., Hecht, G. , Towry, K., Waymire, G. 2009. Related Published Dialog: Reply to Michael Smith - Modern Behavioral Experiments are Not Economic History.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences