University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
In Fall 2010, Rachel begins a Ph.D. degree in CU's Environmental Studies Program, focusing on climate science policy. Currently a science writer, Rachel works at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) where she highlights research efforts at the center and within NCAR’s scientific community. Rachel is also responsible for helping promote and develop collaborations between NCAR and other research institutions, as well as with government, non-governmental and for-profit organizations.
Dilling, L. and R. Hauser, 2013. Governing geoengineering research: why, when and how? Climatic Change , doi: 10.1007/s10584-013-0835-z, Published July.
Hauser, Rachel, 2013. Using Twentieth-Century U.S. Weather Modification Policy to Gain Insight into Global Climate Remediation Governance Issues. Wea. Climate Soc., 5, 180–193.
Latham, J., J. Kleypas, R. Hauser, B. Parkes, and A. Gadian, 2013. Can marine cloud brightening reduce coral bleaching? In Atmos. Sci. Lett., pp. n/a. DOI 10.1002/asl2.442.
Hauser, R., 2011. "Considering Climate Change and the Role of Geoengineering in the 21st Century." Review of: Climate Wars, How to Cool the Planet, Hack the Planet, and The Climate Fix. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 30(3):9-11.
Hauser, R., S. Archer, P. Backlund, J. Hatfield, A. Janetos, D. Lettenmaier, M.G. Ryan, D. Schimel, and M. Walsh. 2009. The Effects of Climate Change on U.S. Ecosystems. 26 pp.