Robert G. Watts

Professor M.E. Emeritus
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118

Fields of interest:

Energy, Environment, Climate

Recent publications:

Morantine, M. C., and R. G. Watts (1994):
Time Scales in Energy Balance Climate Models. Part 2: The Intermediate Time Solutions. J. Geophys. Res. Vol. 99.

Walker, S. and R.G. Watts (1995):
A Three Dimensional Numerical Model of Deep Ventilation of Temperate Lakes.
Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 100, Nov. 15.

Watts, R.G. and Michael Morantine (1995):
Modeling Climate with General Circulation Models.
Thermal Science and Engineering, Vol. 4, No. 1.

Mahasenan, Natesan, Robert G. Watts, and Hadi Dowlatabadi (1997):
Low-frequency oscillations in temperature-proxy records and implications for recent climate change.
Geophysical Research Letters, Vol .24, No. 5.

Hoffert, Martin I., Robert G. Watts, and others (1998):
Energy Implications of Future Stabilization of Atmospheric CO2 Content.
Nature, Vol. 395.

Watts R. G. (2000):
Global Warming: Is It Real?.
Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, 122(3), 158-160

Frank, C., D. C. Thomas, R. G. Watts and S. Gehl (2001):
Technology, Economics, and Policy Issues Associated with Stabilizing Global Atmospheric Carbon Concentrations.
Technology, Vol. 8, pp. 1-17.

Watts R.G. (2002):
Innovative Energy Strategies for CO2 Stabilization (ed.),
Cambridge University Press.

Watts, R.G. (2003):
The Drag Force on an American Football.
American Journal of Physics, Vol. 71.

Oertling, Annette B. and R.G. Watts. (2004):
Growth of and Brine Drainage from NaCl-H2O Freezing: A Simulation of Young Sea Ice.
J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 109.

Watts R.G. (2007):
Advanced Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers,
Morgan and Claypool Pub.

Watts R.G. (2013):
Engineering Response to Climate Change (ed.),
CRC, Lewis Publishers.