My 2017 Publications

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To help myself stay organized I thought I’d start a list. Here are all my 2017 publications so far.

Pielke, R. (2017). Assessing Doping Prevalence is Possible. So What Are We Waiting For?. Sports Medicine, 1-3.

Pielke Jr, R. (2017). Sugar, spice and everything nice: how to end ‘sex testing’ in international athletics. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 1-18.

Weinkle, J., & Pielke Jr, R. (2017). The Truthiness about Hurricane Catastrophe Models. Science, Technology, & Human Values, 42:547-576.

Weatther-related Natural Disasters: Should we be concerned about a reversion to the mean? Risk Frontiers

Has the United States reached peak (American) football? Play the Game

Is Youth Football Past its Prime? The Conversation

Submission to European Athletics on World Record Revision Proposal, European Athletics. (PDF)

Nike two-hour marathon project reveals technological inequities in sport, The Guardian

Statement by Roger Pielke Jr. before the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology US House of Representatives, Hearing on Climate Science: Assumptions, Policy Implications, and the Scientific Method, 29 March (PDF).

Experts respond to Trump’s climate blitzkrieg, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.

After April’s March for Science, what next for anti-Trump scientists? The Guardian

Amateur Sports’ Last Stand? Play the Game

Possible scenarios for the future of US college sports Play the Game

Putin “was at heart of Russian drug scandal” Mail on Sunday

House Science Committee Testimony

I testified before the House Science Committee on 29 March 2017. In my testimony I asked members of Congress to call a bipartisan truce in attacking scientists whose work they find inconvenient. I also emphasized the importance of scientific assessments such as the IPCC.

You can see the whole hearing above and read my testimony from the link below.

Statement by Roger Pielke Jr. before the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology US House of Representatives, Hearing on Climate Science: Assumptions, Policy Implications, and the Scientific Method, 29 March (PDF).