Michelle Tigchelaar
Michelle Tigchelaar
Scientist & Impact Area Lead, WorldFish, CGIAR
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Increase in crop losses to insect pests in a warming climate
CA Deutsch, JJ Tewksbury, M Tigchelaar, DS Battisti, SC Merrill, RB Huey, ...
Science 361 (6405), 916-919, 2018
Future warming increases probability of globally synchronized maize production shocks
M Tigchelaar, DS Battisti, RL Naylor, DK Ray
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (26), 6644-6649, 2018
Blue food demand across geographic and temporal scales
RL Naylor, A Kishore, UR Sumaila, I Issifu, BP Hunter, B Belton, SR Bush, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 5413, 2021
Nonlinear climate sensitivity and its implications for future greenhouse warming
T Friedrich, A Timmermann, M Tigchelaar, O Elison Timm, A Ganopolski
Science Advances 2 (11), e1501923, 2016
Climate variability impacts on rice production in the Philippines
MF Stuecker, M Tigchelaar, MB Kantar
PloS one 13 (8), e0201426, 2018
Harnessing the diversity of small-scale actors is key to the future of aquatic food systems
RE Short, S Gelcich, DC Little, F Micheli, EH Allison, X Basurto, B Belton, ...
Nature Food 2 (9), 733-741, 2021
Compound climate risks threaten aquatic food system benefits
M Tigchelaar, WWL Cheung, EY Mohammed, MJ Phillips, HJ Payne, ...
Nature food 2 (9), 673-682, 2021
WTO must ban harmful fisheries subsidies
UR Sumaila, DJ Skerritt, A Schuhbauer, S Villasante, ...
Science 374 (6567), 544-544, 2021
The vital roles of blue foods in the global food system
M Tigchelaar, J Leape, F Micheli, EH Allison, X Basurto, A Bennett, ...
Global Food Security 33, 100637, 2022
Work adaptations insufficient to address growing heat risk for US agricultural workers
M Tigchelaar, DS Battisti, JT Spector
Environmental research letters: ERL [Web site] 15 (9), 094035, 2020
Research priorities for global food security under extreme events
Z Mehrabi, R Delzeit, A Ignaciuk, C Levers, G Braich, K Bajaj, ...
One Earth 5 (7), 756-766, 2022
Increased labor losses and decreased adaptation potential in a warmer world
LA Parsons, D Shindell, M Tigchelaar, Y Zhang, JT Spector
Nature communications 12 (1), 7286, 2021
Four ways blue foods can help achieve food system ambitions across nations
BI Crona, E Wassénius, M Jonell, JZ Koehn, R Short, M Tigchelaar, ...
Nature 616 (7955), 104-112, 2023
Local insolation changes enhance Antarctic interglacials: Insights from an 800,000-year ice sheet simulation with transient climate forcing
M Tigchelaar, A Timmermann, D Pollard, T Friedrich, M Heinemann
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 495, 69-78, 2018
A new mechanism for the two-step δ18O signal at the Eocene-Oligocene boundary
M Tigchelaar, AS Von Der Heydt, HA Dijkstra
Climate of the Past 7 (1), 235-247, 2011
Nonlinear climate sensitivity and its implications for future greenhouse warming, Sci. Adv., 2, e1501923
T Friedrich, A Timmermann, M Tigchelaar, OE Timm, A Ganopolski
Vulnerability of blue foods to human-induced environmental change
L Cao, BS Halpern, M Troell, R Short, C Zeng, Z Jiang, Y Liu, C Zou, C Liu, ...
Nature Sustainability, 1-13, 2023
The Vital Roles of Blue Foods in the Global Food System
J Leape, F Micheli, M Tigchelaar, EH Allison, X Basurto, A Bennett, ...
Science and Innovations for Food Systems Transformation, 401-419, 2023
Nonlinear response of the Antarctic Ice Sheet to late Quaternary sea level and climate forcing
M Tigchelaar, A Timmermann, T Friedrich, M Heinemann, D Pollard
The Cryosphere 13 (10), 2615-2631, 2019
Mechanisms rectifying the annual mean response of tropical Atlantic rainfall to precessional forcing
M Tigchelaar, A Timmermann
Climate Dynamics 47 (1-2), 271-293, 2016
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