Peer Reviewed Publications

  1. Ramamurthy, P., González, J., Ortiz, L., Arend, M., and Moshary, F. (2017). Impact of heatwave on a megacity: an observational analysis of New York City during July 2016. Environmental Research Letters, 12,
  2. Wang, N., P. Phelan, J.E. Gonzalez, C. Harris, G.P. Henze, R. Hutchinson, J. Langevin, M.A. Lazarus, B. Nelson, C. Pyke, K. Roth, D. Rouse, K. Sawyer, and S. Selkowitz. (2017). Ten questions concerning future buildings beyond zero energy and carbon neutrality. Buildings and the Environment.
  3. Krarti, A., L. Ortiz, L., and J.E. González. (2017). On the Spatio-Temporal End-User Energy Demands of a Dense Urban Environment. J. of Solar Energy Engineering, http://doi:10.1115/1.4036545
  4. Ortiz, L., J.E. González, E. Gutierrez, and M. Arend. (2017). Forecasting Building Energy Demands with a Coupled Weather-Building Energy Model in a dense urban environment. J. of Solar Energy Engineering, 139 (1),
  5. E. Gutierrez, J.E. González, M. Arend, R. Bornstein, and A. Martilli (2015). On the anthropogenic heat fluxes using an air conditioning evaporative cooling parameterization for mesoscale urban canopy models. J. of Solar Energy Engineering, 137; doi: 10.1115/1.4030854.
  6. E. Gutiérrez, A. Martilli, J. L. Santiago & J. E. González. A Mechanical Drag Coefficient Formulation and Urban Canopy Parameter Assimilation Technique for Complex Urban EnvironmentsBoundary-Layer Meteorolgy, DOI: 10.1007/s10546-015-0051-7.
  7. E. Gutiérrez, J.E. González, A. Martilli,R. Bornstein, M. Arend. Simulations of aHeat-WaveEvent in New York City Usinga Multilayer Urban ParameterizationJournal of Applied Meteorology And Climatology. DOI: 10.1175/JAMC-D-14-0028.1
  8. E. Gutierrez, J.E. González, M. Arend, A. Martilli, and R. Bornstein.  A new modeling approach to forecast building energy demands during extreme heat events in complex cities.  J. of Solar Energy Engineering, 135, DOI: 10.1115/1.4025510.
  9. Nathan Hosannah and Jorge E. González.  Impacts of Aerosol Particle Size Distribution and Land Cover Land Use on Precipitation in a Coastal Urban Environment using a Cloud-Resolving Mesoscale ModelAdvances in Meteorology Volume 2014 (2014), Article ID 904571, 17 pages.