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Andrew J. Grundstein


Contact info

Geog-Geol Bldg, 210 Field Street, Athens, Georgia 30602, Room 207A
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Research Interests:

 Climate and human health, heat vulnerability, environmental monitoring.


Ph.D., University of Delaware, Climatology

M.S., University of Delaware, Geography

B.A., University of California Los Angeles, Geography-Ecosystems and Political Science


Co-Principal Investigator, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, “Implications of inconsistent visual displays on severe weather forecast communication in the Southeast U.S., $178,203, 2018-2020.

Co-Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, “A Sensor Cloud-based Community-Centric Approach for Analyzing and Mitigating Urban Heat Hazards”, $238,399, 2016-2018.

Co-Principal Investigator, National Institutes of Health, “Climate Change and Heat-Related Morbidity among Vulnerable Populations in Atlanta”,  $40,137 to UGA ($440,973 total), 2013-2015.

Co-Investigator, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Retrospective Characterization of Climate and Acute Morbidity: A Necessary Step Toward Valid Health Impact Projections, $15,551 to UGA ($158,798 total), 2009-2010.

Co-Principal Investigator, U.S. Department of Energy, “Integrated Hydrologic/Hydrodynamic Modeling System for Collection of Pollutant Signatures”, $741,123 to UGA ($1.5 million total), 2008-2013.

Co-Principal Investigator, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, "A Hybrid Approach for Evaluating and Predicting Interactions between the Seasonal Snowpack and the Atmosphere", $219,625, 2002-2005.

Principal Investigator, The University of Georgia Research Foundation, “Establishing an Automated Snow Cover Observing Station in Eastern North Dakota”, $5,245, 2000-2001.




Of note:

Lifesaving Research Award, Korey Stringer Institute, 2019

General Sandy Beaver Excellence in Teaching Award, Franklin College, 2012

Selected Publications:

Journal Articles

Krase, P., A. Grundstein, A. Stewart, C. Williamsberg, K. Ducre (2024) Understanding Parent and Caregiver Perceptions of Pediatric Vehicular Hyperthermia: Implications for Public Health Messaging from a Pilot Study. Injury Prevention

Clark, J., C. Konrad, A. Grundstein (2023) The Development and Accuracy Assessment of Wet Bulb Globe Temperature Forecasts. Journal of Weather and Forecasting

Tian, Y., X. Yao, M. Madden, A. Grundstein (2023) Synergic effects of meteorological factors on urban form-outdoor exercise relationship: A Study. Journal of Geographical systems.

Grundstein, A., E. Cooper, and S. Yeargin (2023) Planning for heat: Time activity patterns, heat hazards, and exertional heat illnesses among American interscholastic football players. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 154(3), 1013-1020.

Grundstein, A., E. Cooper, O. Cahill, C. Walker (2023) Are local weather stations a feasible substitute for on-site measurements for heat stress assessment in sports? International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching, 18(6), 2178-2188:

Grundstein, A., E. Cooper, and Y. Hosokawa (2023) Wet Bulb Globe Temperature Variability and its Implications on Heat Stress Monitoring. International Journal of Sports Science & Coaching.

Yeargin S.W., R.M. Hirschhorn, A. Grundstein, D. Arango, A. Graham, A. Krebs, S. Turner (2023). Variations of Wet Bulb Globe Temperature Across High School Athletics in South Carolina. International Journal of Biometeorology.

Racinais, S., Y. Hosokawa, T. Akama, S. Bermon, X. Bigard, D. Casa, A. Grundstein, et al. (2022) IOC Consensus Statement on Recommendations and Regulations for Sport Events in the Heat. British Journal of Sports Medicine.  http:// dx. 10. 1136/ bjsports- 2022-105942).

Merchant, R., A. Grundstein, S. Yeargin, and D. Emerson (2021) Exertional Heat Illnesses in Marching Band Artists: A Case Series.  International Journal of Biometeorology, 65, 2181-2188.

Morrissey, M.C., D.J. Casa, G.J. Brewer, W.M. Adams, Y. Hosokawa, C.L. Benjamin, A.J. Grundstein, D. Hostler, B.P. McDermott, M.L. McQuerry, R.L. Stearns,  E.M. Filep, D.W. DeGroot, J. Fulcher, A.D. Flouris, B.L. Jacklitsch,  J.F. Jardine, R.M. Lopez, R.B. McCarthy, Y. Pitsiladis, R.R. Pryor, Z.J. Schlader, C.J. Smith, D.L. Smith, J.T. Spector, J.K. Vanos, W.J. Williams, N.T. Vargas, S.W. Yeargin (2021) Heat Safety in the Workplace: Modified Delphi Consensus to Establish Strategies and Resources to Protect U.S Workers. Geohealth, 5(8), DOI: 10.1029/2021GH000443.

Muniz-Pardos B, Angeloudis K, Guppy FM, Keramitsoglou I, Sutehall S, Bosch A, Tanisawa, K., Hosokawa, Y., Ash, G., Schobersberer, W., Grundstein, A., Casa D.J., Morrisey, M.C., Yamasawa, F., Zelenkova, I., Racinais, S., Pitsiladis, Y. (2021) Wearable and telemedicine innovations for Olympic events and elite sport. J Sports Med Phys Fitness, DOI: 10.23736/S0022-4707.21.12752-5.

Hosokawa Y., S. Racinais, T. Akama, D. Zideman, R. Budgett, D. J. Casa, S.  Bermon, A.J. Grundstein, Y.P. Pitsiladis, W. Schobersberger, F. Yamasawa (2021) Prehospital management of exertional heat stroke at sports competitions: International Olympic Committee Adverse Weather Impact Expert Working Group for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 British Journal of Sports Medicine Published Online First: 22 April 2021. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2020-103854

Muniz-Pardos, B., K. Angeloudis, F.M. Guppy, K. Tanisawa, Y. Hosokawa, G.I. Ash, W. Schobersberger, A.J. Grundstein, F. Yamasawa, S. Racinais, D.J. Casa, Y. Pitsiladis (2021). The potential use of new cooling technologies during Tokyo 2020 Olympics and associated ethical dilemmas. BMJ Open Sport & Exercise Medicine, 0:e001041; doi:10.1136/bmjsem-2021-001041.

Yin, Y., A. Grundstein, D. Mishra, L. Ramaswamy, N. Hashemi Tonekaboni, J. Dowd (2021) DTEx: A Dynamic Urban Thermal Exposure Index Based on Human Mobility Patterns. Environment International, 155,

Benjamin, C.L., Y. Sekiguchi, J.F. Struder, M.R. Szymanski, C.N. Manning, A.J. Grundstein, E.C. Lee, R.A. Huggins, L.E. Armstrong, D.J. Casa. (2021)  International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Heat Acclimation Following Heat Acclimatization Elicits Additional Physiological Improvements in Male Endurance Athletes. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18, 4366,

Hosokawa, Y., W. Adams, D. Casa, J. Vanos, E. Cooper, A. Grundstein, O. Jay, B. McDermott, H. Otani, N. Raukar, R. Stearns, and B. Tripp (2021) Round Table on Preseason Heat Safety in Secondary School Athletics: Environmental Monitoring During Activities in Heat. Journal of Athletic Training.

Grundstein, A.J. and J.K. Vanos (2020) There is no ‘Swiss Army Knife’ of Thermal Indices: The importance of considering “Why?” and “For Whom?” when modeling heat stress in sport. British Journal of Sports Medicine. British Journal of Sports Medicine.

Grundstein, A., S.E. Scarneo-Miller, W.M. Adams, D.J. Casa (2020) From Theory to Practice: Operationalizing a Climate Vulnerability for Sport Organizations Framework for Heat Hazards Among U.S. High Schools.  Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport.

Pauline, E., J. Knox, L. Seymour, A. Grundstein (2020) Revising NCEI’s climate extremes index and the CDC’s social vulnerability index to analyze climate extremes vulnerability across the United States. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.

Orr, M., A. Stewart, A. Grundstein (2020) Investigating Connections between the need for cognitive closure and climate change concern in college students. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(15), 5619;

Hosokawa, Y., W. Adams, D. Casa, J. Vanos, E. Cooper, A. Grundstein, O. Jay, B. McDermott, H. Otani, N. Raukar, R. Stearns, and B. Tripp, In Press in Journal of Athletic Training:  Round Table on Preseason Heat Safety in Secondary School Athletics: Environmental Monitoring During Activities in Heat.

Vanos, J.K. and A. Grundstein (2020) Variations in Athlete Heat Loss Potential between Hot-Dry and Warm-Humid Environments at Equivalent WBGT Thresholds.  Journal of Athletic Training, 55(11), 1190-1198.

Yeargin, S., R. Hirschhorn, A. Grundstein (2020) Heat related illnesses transported by United states emergency medical services. Medicina, 56, 1-11, doi:10.3390/medicina56100543

Yin, Y., N. Hashemi Tonekaboni, A. Grundstein, D. Mishra, L. Ramaswamy, J. Dowd (2020) Urban ambient temperature estimation using hyperlocal data from smart vehicle-borne sensors.  Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 84, 101538.

Vanos, J.K., W.M. Thomas, A.J. Grundstein, Y. Hosokawa, Y. Liu, D.J. Casa, 2020: A Multi-scalar Climatological Analysis in Preparation for Extreme Heat at the Tokyo 2020 Games. Temperature, 7(2), 191-214.

Grundstein, A. and E. Cooper, 2020: Comparison of WBGTs over different surfaces within an athletic complex. Medicina, 56, 313, doi:10.3390/medicina56060313

Cooper E., A. Grundstein, J.D. Miles, M.S. Ferrara, P. Curry, D.J. Casa, Y. Hosokawa, 2020: Heat policy revision for Georgia high school football practices based on data-driven research. Journal of Athletic Training, 55(7): 673-681. doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-542-18.

Poore, S., A. Grundstein, E. Cooper, J. Shannon, 2020: Regional Differences in Exertional Heat Illness Rates among Georgia USA High School Football Players. International Journal of Biometeorology, 64, 643-650. doi: 10.1007/s00484-019-01853-4

Grundstein, A., Y. Hosokawa, D. Casa, R. Stearns, J. Jardine, 2019: Race performance and Environmental conditions on Exertional Heat Stroke Prevalence among Runners Participating in a Warm Weather Road Race. Frontiers in Sports and Active Living. doi: 10.3389/fspor.2019.00042   

Morrisey, M.C., M.R. Szymanski, A. Grundstein, D.J. Casa, 2019 New Perspectives on Risk Factors for Exertional Heat Stroke. Kinesiology Review, 9(1), 1-8, DOI: 10.1123/kr.2019-0064.

Kerr, Z.Y., Scarneo, S.E., Yeargin, S.W., Grundstein, A.J., Casa, D.J., Pryor, R.R., Register-Mihalik, J.K., 2019: Exertional heat stroke preparedness in high school football is associated with region and state mandates. Journal of Athletic Training, 54(9),921-928, doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-581-18.

Hosokawa, Y., Casa, D., Trtanj, J.M., Belval, L.N., Deuster, P.A., Giltz, S.M., Grundstein A.J., Hawkins, M.D., Huggins, R.A., Jacklistsch, B., Jardine, J.F., Jones, H., Kazman J.B., Reynolds, M.E., Stearns, R.L., Vanos, J.K., Williams, A.L., Williams, W.J., 2019: Activity Modification in Heat: Critical Assessment of Guidelines across Athletic, Occupational, and Military Settings in the USA. International Journal of Biometeorology, 63(3), 405-427,

Hashemi, N., Ramaswamy, L., Mishra, M., Grundstein, A., Kuklarni S., Yin, Y.2018. SCOUTS: A Smart Community Centric Urban Heat Monitoring Framework. In 1st ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Advances in Resilient and Intelligent Cities (ARIC'18), November 6, 2018, Seattle, WA, USA. ACM, New York, NY, USA. 4 pages.

Grundstein, A. and E. Cooper, 2018: Assessment of the Australian Bureau of Meteorology Wet Bulb Globe Temperature Model using Weather Station Data.  International Journal of Biometeorology, 62(12), 2205-2213, doi: 10.1007/s00484-018-1624-1.

Hosokawa, Y, A. Grundstein, and D. Casa, 2018: Extreme Heat Considerations in International Football Venues: The Utility of Employing Climatological Data in Decision Making. Journal of Athletic Training, 53(9), 860-865, doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-361-17.

Grundstein, A., Y. Hosokawa, and D. Casa, 2018: Fatal Exertional Heat Stroke and American Football Players: The Need for Regional Heat-Safety Guidelines. Journal of Athletic Training, 53(1), doi: 10.4085/1062-6050-445-16.

Williams, C. and A. Grundstein, 2017: Children Forgotten in Hot Cars: A Mental Models Approach for Improving Public Health Messaging. Injury Prevention, doi: 10.1136/injuryprev-2016-042261.

Grundstein, A., J. Knox, J. Vanos, E. Cooper, D. Casa, 2017: American Football and Fatal Exertional Heat Stroke: A Case Study of Korey Stringer.  International Journal of Biometeorology, doi: 10.1007/s00484-017-1324-2.

O'Lenick C., A. Winquist ,H.H. Chang, M. Kramer, J. Mulholland, A. Grundstein, S.E. Sarnat, 2017: Evaluation of individual and neighborhood factors as modifiers of the association between warm-season temperature and pediatric asthma morbidity in Atlanta, GA. Environmental Research, 156, 132-144.

Cooper, B., A. Grundstein, A Rosen, P. Curry, J. Miles, J. Ko, 2017: An evaluation of portable wet bulb globe temperature monitor accuracy. Journal of Athletic Training, 52(12), 1161-1167.

Chen, T., S. Ebelt Sarnat, A.J. Grundstein, H.H. Chang, 2017: Time-series analysis of heat waves and emergency department visits in Atlanta, 1993 to 2012. Environmental Health Perspectives, 125(5), DOI:10.1289/EHP44.

Grundstein, A., J.M. Shepherd, P. Miller, and S. Sarnat, 2017: The Role of Mesoscale-Convective Processes in Explaining the 21 November 2016 Epidemic Thunderstorm Asthma in Melbourne, Australia.  Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 56, 1337-1343.

Pryor, L.J., R.R. Pryor, A. Grundstein, D.J. Casa, 2017: The heat strain of various athletic surfaces: A comparison between observed and modeled wet-bulb globe temperatures.  Journal of Athletic Training, 52(11), 1056-1064.

Grundstein, A., S. Duzinski, and J. Null, 2017: Impacts of dangerous microclimate conditions within an enclosed vehicle on pediatric thermoregulation. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 127, 103-110.

Grundstein, A., J.M. Shepherd, S. Duzinski, 2017: Do Inflatable Bounce Houses Pose Heat-Related Hazards to Children?
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 98(5), 893-897, DOI:

Heidari, L., A. Winquist, M. Klein, C. O’Lenick, A. Grundstein, S. Ebelt Sarnat, 2016: Susceptibility to heat-related fluid and electrolyte imbalance emergency department visits in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. International Journal International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13, 982: doi: 10.3390/ijerph13100982.

Costa, D., A. Grundstein, 2016: An Analysis of Children Left Unattended in
Parked Motor Vehicles in Brazil. International Journal of Environmental Research
and Public Health, 13, 649, doi:10.3390/ijerph13070649.

Winquist, A., A. Grundstein, H.H. Chang, J. Hess, S. Ebelt , 2016: Warm Season Temperature and Emergency Department Visits in Atlanta, GA.  Environmental Research, 147, 314-323.

Debbage, N., J. McLeod, J. Rackley, L. Zhu, T Mote, and A. Grundstein, 2015: The Influence of Point Source Aerosol Emissions on Atmospheric Convective Activity in the Vicinity of Power Plants in Georgia, USA.  Papers in Applied Geography, 1:2, 134-142.

Williams, M., S. Goodrick, A. Grundstein, and M. Shepherd, 2015: Comparison of Dew Point Temperature Estimation Methods in Southwest Georgia. Physical Geography,

Grundstein, A., C. Williams, M. Phan, and E. Cooper, 2015: Regional Heat Safety Thresholds for Athletics in the Contiguous United states.  Applied Geography, 56, 55-60.

Grundstein, A., S. Duzinski, D. Dolinak, J. Null, S. Iyer, 2014: Evaluating Infant Core Temperature Response in a Hot Car using a Heat Balance Model. Forensic Science, Medicine, and Pathology, 11, 13-19.

Elguindi, N., A. Grundstein, S. Bernardes, U.Turnuncoglu, J. Feddema, 2014: Assessment of CMIP5 Global Model Simulations and Climate Change Projections for the 21st Century using a modified Thornthwaite Climate Classification.  Climatic Change, 122: 523-538.

Shepherd, J.M., A. Grundstein, T. Mote, 2014: An Analysis of Regional, Spatio-temporal and Seasonal Biases in Satellite and Renanalysis Rainfall Products in the Savannah River Basin: Implications for Hydrological Modeling Applications.  Physical Geography, 35(2), 181-194

Maier, G., A. Grundstein, W. Jang, C. Li, L. Naeher, J.M. Shepherd, 2014: Assessing the Performance of a Vulnerability Index during Oppressive Heat across Georgia, U.S.  Weather, Climate and Society, 6(2), 253-263.

Grundstein, A., E. Cooper, M. Ferrara, J. Knox, 2014: The Geography of Extreme Heat Hazards for American Football Players.  Applied Geography, 46, 53-60.

Grundstein, A., N. Elguindi, M. Ferrara, E. Cooper, 2013: Exceedance of Wet Bulb Globe Temperature Safety Thresholds in Sports under a Warming Climate.  Climate Research, 58, 183-191.

Elguindi, N. and A. Grundstein, 2012: An Integrated Approach to Assessing 21st Century Climate Change over the Contiguous U.S. using NARCCAP RCM outputs.  Climatic Change, 1-19, DOI: 10.1007/s10584-012-0552-z

Grundstein, A., C. Ramseyer, F. Zhao, J. Peses, P. Akers, A. Qureshi, L. Becker, J. Knox, and M. Petro, 2012:  A Retrospective Analysis of American Football Hyperthermia Deaths in the United States.  International Journal of Biometeorology, 56(1), 11-20.

Campana, P., J. Knox, A. Grundstein, J. Dowd, 2011: The 2007-2009 Drought in Athens, GA: A Climatological Analysis and an Assessment of Future Water Availability.   Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 1-12, DOI: 10.1111 ⁄ j.1752-1688.2011.00619.x

Grundstein, A., J. Null, and V. Meentemeyer, 2011:   Weather, Geography, and Vehicle-Related Hyperthermia in Children. Geographical Review 101 (3) 353-370.

Grundstein, A. and J. Dowd, 2011: Trends in Extreme Apparent Temperatures over the United States, 1949-2010. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 50(8), 1650-1653.

Grundstein, A., J. Durkee, J. Frye, T. Andersen, J. Lieberman, 2011:  A Severe Weather Laboratory Exercise for an Introductory Weather and Climate Class using Active Learning Techniques.  Journal of Geoscience Education, 59, 22-30.

Grundstein, A., J. Dowd, and V. Meentemeyer, 2010: Quantifying the Heat-Related Hazard for Children in Motor Vehicles.  Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 91(9), 1183-1191. 

Grundstein, A., T. Mote, 2010: Trends in Average Snow Depth Across the Western United States.  Physical Geography, 31(2), 172-185..

Woody, J., R. Lund, A. J. Grundstein, and T. L. Mote, 2009: A storage model
approach to the assessment of snow depth trends. Water Resources Research, 45, W10426, doi:10.1029/2009WR007996.

Grundstein, A., V. Meentemeyer, and J. Dowd, 2009: Maximum Vehicle Car Temperatures under Different Meteorological Conditions. International Journal of Biometeorology, 53(3), 255-261.

Grundstein, A. and S. Ebelt Sarnat, 2009: Meteorological Mechanisms Explaining Thunderstorm-Related Asthma.  Geography Compass, 3(1), 45-63.

Grundstein, A., 2009: Evaluation of Climate Change over the Continental United States using a Moisture Index.  Climatic Change, 93(1-2), 103-115, doi: 10.1007/s10584-008-9480-3.

 Giraldo, M.A, Madden, M., Grundstein, A. and Bosch, D., 2009: Land use/Land cover and soil type covariation in a heterogeneous landscape for soil moisture studies using point data. Journal of GIS science and Remote Sensing, 46, 1-24

Grundstein, A., S. Ebelt Sarnat,  M. Klein,  M. Shepherd, L. Naeher, T.  Mote, P. Tolbert, 2008: Thunderstorm-associated Asthma in Atlanta, Georgia. Thorax, 63, 659-660.

Grundstein, A., 2008: Assessing Climate Change in the Contiguous United States using a Modified Thornthwaite Climate Classification Scheme.  The Professional Geographer, 60(3), 398-412.

Doublin, J. and A. Grundstein, 2008: Warm Season Soil Moisture Deficits in the Southern United States.  Physical Geography, 29(1), 3-18.

Shepherd, J.M., A. Grundstein, and T.L. Mote, 2007:  Quantifying the Contribution of Tropical Cyclones to Extreme Rainfall along the Coastal Southeastern United States, Geophysical Research Letters, 34, L23810, doi:10.1029/2007GL031694.

Grundstein, A., Q.Q. Lu, and R. Lund, 2006:  Return Levels of Northern Great Plains Snow Water Equivalents, Journal of Applied Meteorology, 45(7), 995-1002.

Grundstein, A., P. Todhunter, and T. Mote, 2005: Snowpack control over the thermal offset of air and soil temperatures in eastern North Dakota, Geophysical Research Letters, 32(8), L08503, doi: 10.1029/2005GL022532.

Leathers, D.J., D. Graybeal, T. Mote, A. Grundstein, and D. Robinson, 2004: The Role of Air Mass Types and Surface Energy Fluxes in Snow Cover Ablation in the Central Appalachians. Journal of Applied Meteorology, 43, 1887-1898.

Grundstein, A.J., 2003:  A Synoptic Scale Climate Analysis of Anomalous Snow Water Equivalent over the Northern Great Plains of the United States.  International Journal of Climatology, 23, 871-886.

Grundstein, A.J., 2003:  Patterns of Seasonal Maximum Snow Water Equivalent over the Northern Great Plains of the United States using a Hybrid-Modeled Climatology.  Climate Research, 24, 119-128.

Lee, K-S, A.J. Grundstein, D.B. Wenner, M-S Choi, N-C Woo, and D-H Lee, 2003: Climate Controls on the Stable Isotopic Composition of Precipitation in Northeast Asia.  Climate Research, 23, 137-148.

Mote, T.L., A.J. Grundstein, D.J. Leathers and, D.A. Robinson, 2003: A Comparison of Modeled, Remotely Sensed and Measured Snow Water Equivalent in the Northern Great Plains. Water Resources Research, doi:10.1029/2002WR001782.

Ashley, W., T. Mote, P. Dixon, S. Trotter, J. Durkee, E. Powell, and A. Grundstein, 2003:  Distribution of Mesoscale Convective Complex Rainfall in the United States. Monthly Weather Review, 131, 3003-3017.

Roads, J., R. Lawford, E. Bainto, E. Berbery, S. Chen, B. Fekete, K. Gallo, A. Grundstein, W. Higgins, M. Kanamitsu, W. Krajewski, V. Lakshmi, D. Leathers, D. Lettenmaier, L. Luo, E. Maurer, T. Meyers, D. Miller, K. Mitchell, T. Mote, R. Pinker, T. Reichler, D. Robinson, A. Robock, J. Smith, G. Srinivasan, K. Vinnikov, T. Vonder Haar, C. Vorosmarty, S. Williams, E. Yarosh, 2003: GCIP Water and Energy Budget Synthesis (WEBS).  Journal of Geophysical Research, 18(D16), 8609, doi:10.1029/2002JD002583.

Grundstein, A.J., T. Mote, and D. Leathers, 2002:  A Hybrid Climatology of Snow Water Equivalent over the Northern Great Plains of the United States.  Polar Geography, 26(3), 187-209.

Leathers, D.J., T.L. Mote, A.J. Grundstein, D.A. Robinson, K. Felter, K. Conrad, and L. Sedywitz, 2002: Associations between Continental-scale Snow Cover Anomalies and Air Mass Frequencies across Eastern North America.  International Journal of Climatology, 22, 1473-1494.

Grundstein, A.J. and M.L. Bentley, 2001: A Growing Season Hydroclimatology, Focusing on Soil Moisture Deficits, for the Ohio Valley Area. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 2(4), 345-355.

Leathers, D.J., A.J. Grundstein, and A.W. Ellis, 2000: Growing Season Moisture Deficits across the Northeastern United States, Climate Research, 14, 43-55.

Grundstein, A.J. and D.J. Leathers, 1999: A Spatial Analysis of Synoptic Scale Weather   Patterns and Snow-Surface Energy Fluxes over the Northern Great Plains of the United States.  International Journal of Climatology, 19, 489-511.

Grundstein, A.J. and D.J. Leathers, 1998: A Case Study of the Synoptic Patterns Influencing Midwinter Snowmelt across the Northern Great Plains.  Hydrological Processes, 12(15), 2293-2305.

Grundstein, A.J. and D.J. Leathers, 1997: Factors Influencing the Variability of Midwinter Snow Depth Decrease in the Northern Great Plains of the United States.  Physical Geography, 18(5), 408-423.

Book Chapters

Kenny, G., S. Notley, A. Flouris, A.Grundstein,2020: Climate Change and Heat Exposure: Impact on Health in Occupational and General Populations. Exertional Heat Illness--A Clinical and Evidence-Based Guide. W. Adams and J. Jardine, Eds. Springer International Publishing

Adams, W.M., L. Belval, A. Grundstein, Y. Hosokawa, D. Casa, 2019: Heat Stress during American Football. Heat Stress in Sport and Exercise: Thermophysiology of Health and Performance. J. Periard and S. Racinais, Eds. Springer International Publishing.

Hosokawa Y., A. Grundstein, J. Vanos, E. Cooper, 2018: Environmental Condition and Monitoring. In D.J. Casa ed. Sport and Physical Activity in the Heat: Maximizing Performance and Safety, Springer Inc., pp. 147-162.

Pryor, R.R., D. Hostler, E. Cooper, and A. Grundstein, 2018: Work-to-Rest Ratio. In DJ Casa ed. Sport and Physical Activity in the Heat: Maximizing Performance and Safety, Springer Inc., pp. 101-111.

Grundstein, A. and C. Williams, 2018: Heat Exposure and the General Public: Health Impacts, Risk Communication, and Mitigation Measures. In Y. Hosokawa, ed. Human Health and Physical Activity in the Heat, Springer Inc., pp. 29-43.

Grundstein, A., 2017: Microclimatology. The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology. D. Richardson, N. Castree, M. Goodchild, A. Kobayashi, W. Liu, and R. Marston, Eds.  John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Grundstein, A., 2013: Wine Production and the Local Climate in Dahlonega, GA. The Dahlonega Wine and Gold producing area: Terroir and Geology of Viticulture in Northwest Georgia, P. Schroeder, Ed., Georgia Geological Society


Articles Featuring Andrew J. Grundstein

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