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henry n - Gillian MacKenzie Agency
Henry Pollack
climate change ∙ geodynamics
terrestrial heat flow ∙ tectonics
energy resource management
Henry Pollack is one of the world’s leading experts on global climate change. As a
contributing author to the 2007 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
Assessment Report he shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with former Vice-President Al Gore
and IPPC colleagues. He created and led an international research consortium that has
reconstructed Earth’s climate history over the past 500 years, primarily through
measurement of subsurface temperatures around the world. Currently a science advisor to
Al Gore on The Climate Project, Pollack has worked on all seven continents, published
widely, and earned a reputation as an excellent writer and public speaker who explains
complex scientific ideas simply and clearly to general audiences. Recent lecture titles
include:
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Earth’s Changing Climate: What’s in Store for the Future?
Are We Running Out of Oil?
Scientific Uncertainty and Public Policy: Moving Ahead Without All the Answers.
Pollack’s public speaking experience is extensive. He speaks frequently to professional, business, academic,
alumni, civic and community groups throughout the United States and abroad, building strong relationships with
his audiences through active and engaging Q&A sessions. He is the author of two widely praised general-interest
books – Uncertain Science, Uncertain World (2003, Cambridge University Press), and A World Without Ice (2009,
Avery/Penguin). The former addresses the role of uncertainty in science and in everyday life, and the latter
explores Earth’s past, present and future climate through the prism of ice. Pollack travels annually to Antarctica as
a guide and naturalist, helping eco-tourists gain a better first-hand understanding of Earth’s changing climate. At
the University of Michigan, he was the originator of the perennially popular Earthquakes and Volcanoes minicourse, frequently taught the course Climate and Human History, and co-taught The Science and Politics of Global
Warming. He lives in Ann Arbor.
To learn more about Henry Pollack, please visit his website. You can watch his presentation on climate change at the
Commonwealth Club California here.
www.gillianmackenzieagency.com
HENRY N. POLLACK, PhD
Professor of Geophysics, Emeritus
Department of Geological Sciences
The University of Michigan
CONDENSED CV
EDUCATION
BA, Cornell University, 1958
MS, University of Nebraska, 1960
PhD, University of Michigan, 1963
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Geological Society of America
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Geophysical Union
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2006-present Science advisor to former Vice President Al Gore’s Climate Project.
2006-present Science, Technology and Public Policy Steering Committee,
Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, University of Michigan (U-M)
2005-present Professor Emeritus, Department of Geological Sciences, U-M
1974-2005
Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, U-M
1988-1991
Chairman, Department of Geological Sciences, U-M
1985-86
Visiting Scientist, University of Western Ontario, Canada
1982-87
Associate Dean for Research, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, U-M
1981-88
Director, Seismological Observatory, U-M
1977-78
Visiting Scientist, Universities of Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England
1972-78
Director, Seismological Observatory, U-M
1970-71
Senior Lecturer, Department of Physics, University of Zambia
1967-74
Associate Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, U-M
1964-67
Assistant Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, U-M
1963-64
Research Fellow in Geophysics, Hoffman Laboratory, Harvard University
MEDIA EXPERIENCE
Provided expertise and commentary on large earthquakes and/or climate change for Detroit network television, the
Diane Rehm Show, Lou Dobbs CNN News, National Public Radio, Michigan Public Radio, Wisconsin Public
Radio, Minnesota Public Radio, Southern California Public Radio, Iowa Public Radio, New Hampshire Public
Radio and other regional radio. Quotes about earthquakes and/or climate change have appeared in Newsweek, U.S.
News and World Report, and The Economist. Other quotes and citations have appeared in national and regional
print media.
HONORS and AWARDS
Nobel Peace Prize, shared with Al Gore and IPCC colleagues (2007)
Elected Fellow, Geological Society of America
Elected Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
Elected Fellow, American Geophysical Union
Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award, University of Michigan (1992)
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SPECIAL LECTURES
Keynote address, CLSA Japan Forum, Tokyo, Japan (2010)
Detroit Earth Day, Detroit, Michigan (2010)
[email protected] (2009)
Commonwealth Club of California (2009)
Keynote address, Inter-American Conference on Energy, Environment, and Sustainability, Quito, Ecuador (2008)
Keynote address, NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Lab conference on the Great Lakes (2008)
3rd Annual Carolina Climate Lecturer, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (2008)
Mary and Richard Holland Lecturer, Omaha, Nebraska (2007)
Purdue Sinai Forum Lecturer, Michigan City, Indiana (2006)
John L. Rich Lecturer, University of Cincinnati (2006)
Geological Society of America Geology and Society Division, Distinguished Lecturer (2005)
Sigma Xi Lecturer, University of Nebraska (2004)
Earl Kuehnast Memorial Lecturer, University of Minnesota (2003)
Thomas Crough Memorial Lecturer, Purdue University (1999)
James Wright Memorial Lecturer, Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow (1978)
SPEAKING REFERENCES
Dr. Jerry Schubel, PhD
Chairman and CEO
Aquarium of the Pacific
100 Aquarium Way
Long Beach, CA 90802
[email protected]
562-590-3100
Ms. Victoria Wheatley
Director, Expedition Cruise Experts & Logistics
10601-G Tierrasanta Blvd. #316
San Diego, CA 92124
[email protected]
858-279-0837
Ms. Wendy S. Levenfeld
Executive Director, Sinai Forum
P.O. Box 9586
Michigan City, IN 46360
[email protected]
Dr. Thomas J. Evans, PhD
Secretary-Treasurer, Geology and Society Division
Geological Society of America
[email protected]
608-263-4125
SELECTED PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
2007-present University of Arizona Biosphere 2 Advisory Board (Chair)
2006-present University of Minnesota Geology & Geophysics Department Advisory Board
2005-2008
Geological Society of America Committee on Honorary Fellows
2004-2007
American Association for Advancement of Science Program Committee
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2006
2005
2003
2002-present
1998-2002
1996-2004
1998-present
1998-present
1995-present
1981-2006
1997-2000
1992
1991-1995
1983-87
1982-1990
1980-84
Testimony to National Research Council Committee on Surface Temperature Reconstructions
Testimony to National Research Council Board on Radioactive Waste Management
American Geophysical Union Program Committee
University of Arizona College of Science Advisory Board
International Geological Correlation Project Coordinator
American Geophysical Union Committee for Global Environmental Change
University of Nebraska Geology Department Alumni Advisory Board
Editorial Board, Acta Geophysica Sinica
Editorial Board, Revista Brasileira de Geofisica
Editorial Board, Tectonophysics
National Research Council U.S. Geodynamics Committee
Testimony to U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
Chairman, International Heat Flow Commission of the International Association of Seismology
and Physics of the Earth's Interior (Vice-chairman 1987-91)
Board of Directors, DOSECC, Inc. (Consortium of universities to oversee deep continental drilling
program)
Educational Testing Service Graduate Record Examination Board in Geology (Chair, 1988-1990)
Editor, Physics and Chemistry of the Earth
SELECTED REVIEW PANELS
2006-2007
National Research Council Committee to review the U.S. Climate Change Science Program’s
Report on Scientific Uncertainty in Climate Decision Making
2005
National Science Foundation Special Emphasis Panel to review the Incorporated Research
Institutions in Seismology (IRIS)
2002-2003
Chair, National Science Foundation/IRIS Panel for the Global Seismic Network
1998-2000
National Science Foundation Earth Science Instrumentation and Facilities Advisory Panel
1993
National Science Foundation Advisory Panel, San Andreas Fault Borehole Project
1990
Chair, National Science Foundation Advisory Panel for IRIS.
1988-1992
National Science Foundation Continental Dynamics Program Advisory Panel
RESEARCH FUNDING: 26 grants totaling $4,110,000
INVITED LECTURES (1976-Present)
2010
M/V Minerva, Antarctica
Authors Forum, Ann Arbor, MI
Cranbrook Institute of Science, Bloomfield Hills, MI
CLSA Japan Forum, Tokyo, Japan
Glacier Hills Retirement Community, Ann Arbor, MI
University of Michigan Retirees Association, Ann Arbor, MI
U-M Physics Colloquium, Ann Arbor, MI
Crossroads Sierra Club, Brighton, MI
Chelsea Public Library, Chelsea, MI
Friends of the Earth, Ludington, MI
Detroit Earth Day, Detroit, MI
University of California Haas School of Business, Berkeley, CA
2009
Albion College, Albion, MI
Montana Technological University, Butte, MT
Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis, IN
Jack’s Coffee Shop Science Café, New York, NY
[email protected], Mountain View, CA
Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco, CA
Borders Book Store, Ann Arbor, MI
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Books Inc. Palo Alto, CA
Ann Arbor District Library, Ann Arbor, MI
Jewish Community Center, Omaha, NE
New Mexicans for Science and Reason, Albuquerque, NM
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
U-M Alumni Association Family Camp, Walloon Lake MI
2008
Conor O’Neil’s Irish Pub Science Café, Ann Arbor, MI
Ursinus College Focus the Nation, Collegeville, PA
Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, MI
U-M Alumni Association Family Camp, Walloon Lake MI
University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Huron River Watershed Council, Ann Arbor, MI
Inter-American Conference on Energy, Environment & Sustainable Development, Quito, Ecuador
3rd Annual Carolina Climate Lecture, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
2007
States Environmental Leadership Program
Illinois Association of Chemistry Teachers
U-M Alumni Association Family Camp, Walloon Lake MI
U-M Alumni in Los Angeles, San Francisco
ATHGO International/United Nations University, New York
Jack’s Coffee House Science Cafe, New York
Michigan Math and Science Scholars
Northville Democratic Townhall Meeting, MI
American Chemical Society, Midland MI
Richard and Mary Holland Lecture, Omaha NE
U-M Saturday Morning Physics
Ann Arbor Huron High School Earth Day
U-M Applied Physics
Conor O’Neill’s Irish Pub Science Cafe, Ann Arbor
M/V Explorer II, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
2006
25 x 25 Executive Board New York NY
Sinai Sunday Forum, Michigan City IN
Rochester Hills Museum, Rochester Hills MI
U-M Summit on Scientific Integrity
University of Cincinnati Geology Colloquium
University of Cincinnati John L. Rich Lecture
NRC-NAS Committee on Surface Temperature Reconstructions
U-M Saturday Morning Physics
University of Utah Stegner Center
Alma College, Alma MI
Albion College, Albion MI
Ann Arbor Unitarian-Universalist Congregation
M/V Explorer II, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
2005
U-M Physics Colloquium
Geological Society of America Geology and Society Division
Australian Academy of Sciences
St. Francis Xavier University (Canada)
Geological Association of Canada
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NOAA-DOE IDAG Workshop (Duke University)
U-M Geological Sciences W. T. Smith Lecture
U-M Natural History Museum
Albion College, Albion MI
National Research Council Board on Radioactive Waste Management
Freethought Association of West Michigan, Grand Rapids MI
University Commons Retirement Community
Institute of Retired Professionals, Bloomfield Hills MI
Ann Arbor Creativity Forum
Sierra Club Huron Valley Chapter
Ann Arbor Briarwood Rotary
M/V Explorer II, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
2004
University of Nebraska Sigma Xi Lecture
University of North Dakota
Alma College, Alma MI
NSF Workshop on Thermal Processes in the Context of EarthScope, Salt Lake City UT
Jewish Community Center of Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor Learning in Retirement
Ann Arbor Downtown Rotary
M/V Explorer II, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
2003
University of Arizona
National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder CO
NOAA Paleoclimatology Data Center, Boulder CO
Great Lakes Environmental Journalism Institute, East Lansing MI
University of Minnesota
U-M School of Natural Resources and Environment
Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach CA
Retired Professional Engineers of Detroit
Jewish Community Center, Omaha NE
M/V Explorer II, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
2002
New Mexico Tech, Socorro NM
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque NM
Institute of Labor Workshop on Global Warming, Detroit MI
U-M Alumni Club, Owosso MI
M/V Explorer, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
2001
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency – Air Quality Division
International Conference: Heat Flow and Structure of the Lithosphere, Czech Republic
University of Illinois, Chicago
Torch Club, Lansing MI
U-M Alumni Association, Finland, Russia and Norway
M/V Explorer, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
2000
NOAA Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (Princeton NJ)
U.S. Global Change Research Program Congressional Seminar
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University
York University (Canada)
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
University of Alberta (2)
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U-M Applied Physics Program
Northwestern University, Evanston IL
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI
U-M Alumni Association, Iceland and Greenland
U-M Alumni Association Summer Seminar, Ann Arbor
M/V Explorer, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
1999
Purdue University Thomas S. Crough Memorial Lecture
Engineering Society of Detroit Global Climate Change Conference
Michigan Interfaith Global Warming Conference
Institute of Geophysics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk
Institute of Geophysics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Irkutsk
Institute of Forestry of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Krasnoyarsk
Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO
U-M Alumni Association, M/V Clipper Adventurer, Patagonia and Antarctica
M/V Explorer, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
1998
National Science Foundation Geoscience Directorate
University of California-Irvine
U-M Complex Systems Seminar
U.S. Global Change Research Program Congressional Seminar
Tipp-of-the-Mitt Watershed Council, Pellston, MI
Retired Ford Engineers Club, Detroit MI
American Society of Refrigeration Engineers, Detroit MI
U-M Alumni Association M/V Paul Gauguin, Tahiti and French Polynesia
M/V Explorer, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
1997
U-M Environmental Theme Semester
Harvard University
University of Wisconsin
University of Washington: Joint Institute for the Study of Atmospheres and Oceans Workshop
University of Utah
Rotary Club of Ann Arbor
Society of Les Voyageurs, Ann Arbor
M/V Explorer, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
1996
University of Arizona
International Workshop on Heat Flow and Structure of the Lithosphere, Trest, Czech Republic
University of Oklahoma
Imperial College London UK
University College London UK
U-M Alumni Association, Ann Arbor
U-M Alumni Association, Alaska
M/V Explorer, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
1995
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green OH
Central Campus Rotary, Ann Arbor
M/V Explorer, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
1994
University of Cincinnati
U-M Learning in Retirement, Ann Arbor
CASE National Media Fellowship Program
Downtown Kiwanis Club, Ann Arbor
M/V Explorer, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
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1993
Penn State University
University of Western Ontario, London, Canada
University of Alabama
University of North Dakota
U-M School of Business Administration
Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor (North)
U-M and MIT Alumni Clubs, West Palm Beach FL
M/V Explorer, Antarctica, South Georgia, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
1992
Miami University, Oxford OH
University of Maine
University of Nebraska
University of Utah
U-M Alumnae Club, Toledo OH
M/V Explorer, Antarctica, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
1991
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Institute of Space Research, Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil
Brazilian Geophysical Society, Salvador, Brazil
Institute of Geomechanics, Beijing, China
International Quaternary Association, Beijing, China
University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada
U-M Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Science
Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor
M/V World Discoverer, Antarctica, Falkland Islands, Patagonia
1990
U-M Department of Physics
CONOCO, Inc. Ponca City OK
University of Illinois
American Society of Cost Engineers, Detroit MI
U-M Engineering Alumni Association
1989
American Geophysical Union
University of Illinois-Chicago
1988
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt MD
University of Wyoming
U-M Alumni Association, Alaska
1987
General Motors Research Laboratories, Warren MI
University of Dar es Salaam
Geological Society of Zambia
Mobil Exploration and Production Services, Dallas TX
University of Zimbabwe
University of London (RHBNC)
University of Wisconsin, Madison WI
Northwestern University, Evanston IL
University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada
1986
Penn State University, State College PA
Federal University of Para, Belem, Brazil
International Meeting on Geothermics and Geothermal Energy,
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Carnegie Institute of Washington - Department of Terrestrial Magnetism, Washington, D.C.
Universities of Ottawa and Carleton, Ottawa, Canada
Earth Physics Branch - Energy, Mines & Resources, Ottawa, Canada
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University of Toronto (Erindale), Canada
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
Pacific Geoscience Centre, Victoria, Canada
University of Arizona
University of Utah
University of Western Ontario, London, Canada
U-M University Seminar
U-M President’s Weekend
U-M Alumnae Club of Mt. Clemens, MI
1985
13th Colloquium on African Geology, St. Andrews, UK
Geological Society of America
U-M Alumni Association San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, Long Beach CA
University of Texas-El Paso
U-M Alumni Association Family Camp
1984
University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
Geological Society of Namibia, Windhoek
U-M Alumni Association Clearwater, Sarasota, Ft. Lauderdale, Wet Palm Beach FL
1983
Geological Society of Botswana
Cornell University, Ithaca NY
CONOCO Inc.
University of Minnesota
U-M Alumni Association Traverse City and Manistee MI
1982
Free University of Berlin Federal Republic of Germany
Academy of Sciences, Potsdam, German Democratic Republic
Karl Marx University, Leipzig, German Democratic Republic
International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics Workshop on
Terrestrial Heat Flow and Structure of the Lithosphere, Liblice, Czechoslovakia
J. Gutenberg University (Mainz, Federal Republic of Germany)
J. W. Goethe University (Frankfurt, Federal Republic of Germany)
American Society of Metals, Detroit MI
1981
International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth's Interior, London Canada
NATO Advanced Study Institute, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
U-M Alumni Association Family Camp, Walloon Lake MI
1980
University of Minnesota
Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo MI
Washington University, St. Louis MO
International Conference on Thermal Evolution of the Earth, Lake Arrowhead, CA
U-M Alumni Association Family Camp, Walloon Lake MI
U-M President’s Club
1979
Inter-Union Commission on Geodynamics Symposium, London, Canada
University of Utah
USGS Conference on Geothermal Energy, Taos, NM
NATO Advanced Study Institute, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
Bowling Green University, Bowling Green OH
1978
University of Illinois, Chicago
National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad, India
University of Roorkee, India
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University of London, Imperial College UK
University of Utrecht, Netherlands
United Kingdom Geophysical Assembly, Liverpool
Geological Societies of Edinburgh and Glasgow, UK
James Wright Memorial Lecture, Edinburgh, UK
University of Leeds, UK
University of Strathclyde, UK
1977
University of Durham, UK, Arthur Holmes Lecture
University of Toledo, OH
Purdue University, West Lafayette IN
U-M Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences Department
U-M Statistics Department
Royal Society of London, UK
University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
1976
U-M Geology Turner Lecture Series
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Federal University of Brasilia, Brazil
Geological Society of America, North Central Section
Southern Methodist University. Dallas TX
Bowling Green University, OH
University of Windsor, Canada
U-M Dearborn, School of Natural Sciences, Dearborn MI
Shell Development Company, Houston TX
Chi Epsilon Engineering Society
North Campus Rotary, Ann Arbor
PUBLICATIONS
Books:
Pollack, H.N., 2009.
A World Without Ice, Avery/Penguin Group USA, 287 pp
Pollack, H.N., 2003. Uncertain Science…Uncertain World, Cambridge University Press, 243 pp
Articles in professional journals:
Pollack, H.N., 2008. Comment on “Effective thermal expansivity of Maxwellian oceanic lithosphere” by Jun
Korenaga, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 257, 343-349, 2007, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2008.09.001.
Huang, S., Pollack, H.N., Shen, P.-Y., 2008. A Late Quaternary climate reconstruction based on borehole heat flux
data, borehole temperature data, and the instrumental record. Geophysical Research Letters, 35, L13703,
doi:10.1029/2008GL034187.
Turney, C., Duncan, R., Nicholls, N., Moberg, A., Pollack, H.N., 2008. Towards an Australian Climate
Reconstruction for the Past Two Millennia. PAGES News 16 (2) p.34
Pollack, H. N. and Chapman, D. S., 2007. Comment on “Spherical harmonic analysis of Earth’s conductive heat
flow” by V. M. Hamza, R. R. Cardoso and C. F. Ponte Negro. International Journal of Earth Sciences
doi:10.1007/s00531-007-0255-2.
Jansen, E., Overpeck, J. (Coordinating Lead Authors), Pollack, H. N. and 40 other lead and contributing authors,
2007. Chapter 6: Paleoclimate, in Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis. Working Group I
Contribution to the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report, Cambridge University Press, 433-497.
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Pollack, H.N., 2007. Scientific uncertainty and public policy: moving on without all the answers. GSA Today, v.17,
n.3, pp. 28-29.
Hegerl, G. C., Crowley, T. J., Allen, M., Hyde, W. T., Pollack, H. N.,, Smerdon, J., Zorita, E., 2007. Detection of
human influence on a new, validated 1500-year temperature reconstruction, Journal of Climate 20, 650-666.
Pollack, H.N., Huang, Shaopeng, Smerdon, Jason, 2006. Five centuries of climate change in Australia: The view
from underground, Journal of Quaternary Science 21(7), 701-706.
Smerdon, J.E., Pollack, H.N., Cermak, V., Enz, J., Kresl, M., Safanda, J., Wehmiller, J., 2006. Daily, seasonal and
annual relationships between air and subsurface temperatures, Journal of Geophysical Research
(doi:10.1029/2004JD005578).
Von Herzen, R., Davis, E. E., Fisher, A., Stein, C. A., Pollack, H. N., 2005. Comments on “Earth’s heat flux
revised and linked to chemistry” by A.M. Hoffmeister and R.E. Criss, Tectonophysics 409,193-198.
Pollack, H.N., Smerdon, J. van Keken, P., 2005. Variable seasonal coupling between air and ground temperatures:
A simple representation in terms of subsurface thermal diffusivity, Geophysical Research Letters, 32, L15405,
doi:10.1029/2005GL023869, 4 pp.
Smerdon, J., Pollack, H. N., Cermak, V., Enz, J. W., Kresl, M., Safanda, J., Wehmiller, J. F., 2004. Air-ground
temperature coupling and subsurface propagation of annual temperature signals, Journal of Geophysical Research
109, D21107, doi:10.1029/2004JD005056, 10 pp.
Pollack, H.N. and Smerdon, J., 2004. Borehole climate reconstructions: spatial structure and hemispheric
averages, Journal of Geophysical Research 109, D11106, doi:10.1029/2003JD004163, 9 pp.
Smerdon, J., Pollack, H. N., Enz, J., Lewis, M., 2003. Conduction-dominated heat transport of the annual
temperature signal in soil, Journal of Geophysical Research doi:10.1029/2002JB002351, 6 pp.
Pollack, H.N., Demezhko, D.Yu., Duchkov, A.D., Golovanova, I.V., Huang, S., Shchapov, V.A., Smerdon, J.,
2003. Surface temperature trends in Russia over the past five centuries reconstructed from borehole temperatures,
Journal of Geophysical Research doi:10.1029/2002JB002154, 12 pp.
Lin, X., Smerdon, J., England, A. W., Pollack, H. N., 2003. A model study of the effects of climatic changes on
ground temperatures, Journal of Geophysical Research, 10.1029/2002JD002878, 12 pp.
Beltrami, H., Smerdon, J.E., Pollack, H.N., and Huang, S., 2002. Continental heat gain in the global climate
system. Geophysical Research Letters, v. 29, n. 8, 10.1029/2001 GL014310.
Duchkov, A.D. and Pollack, H.N., 2002. Century-long climate change trends at historical time, reconstructed from
borehole temperature. Cryosphere of the Earth, v. 6, n. 1, pp. 82-89.
Pollack, H.N., 2002. Earth, heat flow in, McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 9th edition,
McGraw Hill, New York, pp. 8.
Pollack, H.N. and Huang, S., 2001. Ground Temperature, in Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change, v.1,
M. McCracken, J. S. Perry, eds., John Wiley & Sons, pp.422-426.
Pollack, H.N. 2001. Geothermal Heat, in Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change, v.1, M. McCracken, J. S.
Perry, eds., John Wiley & Sons, p.402
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Pollack, H.N. and Huang, S., 2000. Climate reconstruction from subsurface temperatures. Annual Reviews of
Earth and Planetary Sciences, v. 28, pp. 339-365.
Huang, S., Pollack, H.N. and Shen, P.-Y., 2000. Temperature trends over the past five centuries reconstructed
from borehole temperatures, Nature v. 403, pp. 756-758.
Huang, S., Pollack, H.N. and Shen, P.-Y., 1999. Global database of borehole temperatures and climate
reconstructions, PAGES Past Global Changes, v. 7, n. 2, pp. 18-19.
Pollack, H.N. , Huang, S. and Shen, P.-Y., 1998. Climate change record in subsurface temperatures: a global
perspective. Science, v. 282, pp. 279-281.
Pollack, H.N. and Huang, S., 1998. Underground Temperatures Reveal Changing Climate. Geotimes, v. 43, n. 8,
pp. 16-19. (see also discussions and replies: Geotimes v. 43, n. 12, p. 4, 1998; Geotimes v. 44, n. 1, p. 4, 1999)
Huang, S., Pollack, H.N., and Shen, P.Y., 1997. Holocene temperature changes seen in worldwide continental heat
flow measurements. Geophysical Research Letters, v. 24, pp. 1947-1950.
Pollack, H.N., 1997. Thermal characteristics of the Archean Earth. In Tectonic Evolution of Greenstone Belts,
M. deWit and L. Ashwal, eds., Oxford University Press, pp. 223-232.
Cercone, K.R., Deming, D., and Pollack, H.N., 1996. Insulating effects of coals and black shales in the
Appalachian Basin of western Pennsylvania. Organic Geochemistry, v. 24, pp. 243-249.
Pollack, H.N., Shen, P.Y., and Huang, S., 1996. Inference of ground surface temperature history from subsurface
temperature data: Interpreting ensembles of borehole logs. Pure and Applied Geophysics, v. 147, n. 3,
pp. 537-550.
Hurter, S., and Pollack, H.N., 1996. Terrestrial heat flow in the Paraná Basin, southern Brazil. Journal of
Geophysical Research, v. 101, pp. 8659-8671.
Shen, P.Y., Pollack, H.N., and Huang, S., 1996. Inference of ground surface temperature history from borehole
temperature data: A comparison of two inverse methods. Global and Planetary Change, v. 14, pp. 49-57 .
Huang, S., Shen, P.Y., and Pollack, H.N., 1996. Deriving century long trends of surface temperature change from
borehole temperatures. Geophysical Research Letters, v. 23, pp. 257-260.
Huang, S., Pollack, H.N., Wang, J.Y., and Cermak, V., 1995. Ground surface temperature histories inverted from
subsurface temperatures of two boreholes located in Panxi, SW China. Journal of Southeast Asian Earth Sciences,
v. 12, pp. 113-120.
Huang, S., Pollack, H.N., Shen, P.Y., and Wang, J-Y., 1995. Reading paleoclimate from borehole temperature
profiles: principles and examples from North America and Southwest China. Quaternary Science, n. 3,
pp. 213-222.
Shen, P.Y., Pollack, H.N., Huang, S., and Wang, K., 1995. Effects of subsurface heterogeneity on the inference of
climate change from borehole temperature data: model studies and field examples from Canada. Journal of
Geophysical Research v. 100, pp. 6383-6396.
Hurter, S.J., and Pollack, H.N., 1995. Effect of the Cretaceous Serra Geral igneous event on the temperatures and
heat flow of the Paraná Basin, southern Brazil. Basin Research v. 7, pp. 215-220.
Pollack, H.N., and Cercone, K.R., 1994. Anomalous thermal maturities caused by carbonaceous sediments. Basin
Research v. 6, pp. 47-51.
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Pollack, H.N., 1993. Climate change inferred from borehole temperatures. Global and Planetary Change, v. 7,
pp. 173-179.
Nyblade, A.A., and Pollack, H.N., 1993. A global analysis of heat flow from Precambrian terrains: implications
for the thermal structure of Archean and Proterozoic lithosphere. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 98,
pp. 12,207-12,218.
Pollack, H.N., and Chapman, D.S., 1993. Underground records of changing climate. Scientific American, v. 268,
n. 6, pp. 44-50.
Pollack, H.N., Hurter, S.J., and Johnson, J.R., 1993. Heat loss from the Earth's interior: analysis of the global data
set. Reviews of Geophysics, v. 31, n. 3, pp. 267-280.
Nyblade, A.A., and Pollack, H.N., 1993. A comparative study of parameterized and full thermal convection
models in the interpretation of heat flow from cratons and mobile belts. Geophysical Journal International, v. 113,
pp. 747-751.
Nyblade, A.A., and Pollack, H.N., 1993. Differences in heat flow between east and southern Africa: implications
for regional variability in the thermal structure of the lithosphere. Tectonophysics, v. 219, pp. 257-272.
Nyblade, A.A., and Pollack, H.N., 1992. A gravity model for the lithosphere in western Kenya and northeastern
Tanzania. Tectonophysics, v. 212, pp. 257-267.
Pollack, H.N., 1992. Geophysics News: Borehole temperatures record changing climate. EOS, v. 73, p. 55.
Jackson, M.J., Pollack, H.N., and Sutton, S.T., 1991. On the distribution of anomalous mass within the earth:
forward models of the gravitational potential spectrum using ensembles of discrete mass elements. Geophysical
Journal International, v. 107, pp. 83-94.
Sutton, S.T., Pollack, H.N., and Jackson, M.J., 1991. Spherical harmonic representation of the gravitational
potential of discrete spherical mass elements. Geophysical Journal International, v. 107, pp. 77-82.
Cercone, K.R., and Pollack, H.N., 1991. Thermal maturity of the Michigan Basin, in Early Sedimentary Evolution
of the Michigan Basin. Geological Society of America Special Paper 256, pp. 1-12.
Nyblade, A.A., Pollack, H.N., Jones, D.L., Podmore, F., and Mushayandebvu, M., 1990. Terrestrial heat flow in
east and southern Africa. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 95, pp. 17371-17384.
Henry, S.G., and Pollack, H.N., 1988. Terrestrial heat flow above the Andean subduction zone, Bolivia and Peru.
Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 93, pp. 15153-15162.
Ballard, S., and Pollack, H.N., 1988. Modern and ancient geotherms beneath southern Africa. Earth and
Planetary Science Letters, v. 88, pp. 132-142.
Pollack, H.N., and Sass, J.H., 1988. Thermal regime of the lithosphere. In Handbook of Terrestrial Heat-Flow
Density Determination: Haenel, R., Rybach, L., and Stegena, L., editors, Kluwer Academic Publishers,
pp. 301-308.
Jackson, M.J., and Pollack, H.N., 1987. Mantle devolatilization and convection: implications for the thermal
evolution of the earth. Geophysical Research Letters, v. 14, pp. 737-740.
Ballard, S., and Pollack, H.N., 1987. Diversion of heat by Archean cratons: a model for southern Africa. Earth
and Planetary Science Letters, v. 85, pp. 253-264.
Ballard, S., Pollack, H.N., and Skinner, N., 1987. Terrestrial heat flow in Botswana and Namibia. Journal of
Geophysical Research, v. 92, pp. 6291-6300.
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Pollack, H.N., 1986. Cratonization and thermal evolution of the mantle. Earth and Planetary Science Letters,
v. 80, pp. 175-182.
Pollack, H.N., and Henry, S.G., 1985. Heat flow in the presence of topography: numerical analysis of data
ensembles. Geophysics, v. 50, n. 8, pp. 1335-1341.
Speece, M.A., Bowen, T.D., Folcik, J.L., and Pollack, H.N., 1985. Analysis of temperatures in sedimentary basins:
The Michigan Basin. Geophysics, v. 50, n. 8, pp. 1318-1334.
Pollack, H.N., and Murthy, V.R., eds., 1984. Structure and Evolution of the Continental Lithosphere. Physics and
Chemistry of the Earth, v. 15, 203 pp., Pergamon: Oxford.
Jackson, M.J., and Pollack, H.N., 1984. On the sensitivity of parameterized convection to the rate of decay of
internal heat sources. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 89, n. B12, pp. 10,103-10,108.
Pollack, H.N., Gass, I.G., Thorpe, R.S., and Chapman, D.S., 1983. Testing the hypothesis of lithospheric
vulnerability: reply to comments by M. A. Summerfield. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 82, pp. 1251-1254.
Pollack, H.N., 1982. The heat flow from the continents. Annual Reviews of Earth and Planetary Science, ed.
F. Donath, v. 10, pp. 459-481.
Pollack, H.N., 1982. Heat flow in the earth. McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, pp. 469-475,
New York: McGraw-Hill.
Pollack, H.N., Gass, I.G., Thorpe, R.S., and Chapman, D.S., 1981. On the vulnerability of lithospheric plates to
mid-plate volcanism: reply to comments by P. R. Vogt. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 86, pp. 961-966.
Sprague, D.L. and Pollack, H.N., 1980. Heat flow in the Mesozoic and Cenozoic. Nature, v. 285, pp. 393-395.
Pollack, H.N., 1980. The heat flow from the earth: a review. In Mechanisms of Continental Drift and Plate
Tectonics, ed. P. A. Davies and S. K. Runcorn, pp. 183-192. London: Academic Press.
Pollack, H.N., 1980. The cooling earth. Nature, v. 286, pp. 655-656.
Pollack, H.N., 1980. On the use of the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient in models of ocean floor
topography. Tectonophysics, v. 64, T45-T47.
Vitorello, I., Pollack, H.N., and Hamza, V.M., 1980. Terrestrial heat flow in the Brazilian highlands. Journal of
Geophysical Research, v. 85, pp. 3778-3788.
Vitorello, I., and Pollack, H.N., 1980. On the variation of continental heat flow with age and the thermal evolution
of continents. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 85, pp. 983-995.
Pollack, H.N., 1979. Asthenosphere. McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of the Geological Sciences, ed. D. N. Lapedes,
McGraw-Hill, New York, pp. 26-27.
Pollack, H.N., Chapman, D.S., and Cermak, V., 1979. Global heat flow with special reference to the region of
Europe. Terrestrial Heat Flow in Europe, eds. V. Cermak and L. Rybach, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 41-48.
Vitorello, I., Pollack, H.N., Hamza, V.M., and Araujo, R.C., 1978. Geothermal investigations in Brazil. Revista
Brasileira de Geosciencias, v. 8, pp. 71-89.
Gass, I.G., Thorpe, R.S., Pollack, H.N., and Chapman, D.S., 1978. Geological and geophysical parameters for
mid-plate volcanism. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (London), A, v. 288, pp. 581-597.
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Van der Voo, R., Pollack, H.N., and Henry, S.G., 1978. On the significance and utilization of secondary
magnetizations in red beds. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, v. 16, pp. 12-19.
Pollack, H.N., and Chapman, D.S., 1977. The flow of heat from the earth's interior. Scientific American, v. 237,
n. 2, pp. 60-76; reprinted in Japanese (1979). Reprinted in Earthquakes and Volcanoes: Readings from Scientific
American, ed. A. A. Bolt, San Francisco: Freeman (1980).
Pollack, H.N., and Chapman, D.S., 1977. Heat flow and heat production in Zambia: evidence for lithospheric
thinning in Central Africa. Tectonophysics, symposium volume on heat flow and geodynamics, v. 41, pp. 79-100.
Pollack, H.N., and Chapman, D.S., 1977. On the regional variation of heat flow, geotherms and the thickness of
the lithosphere. Tectonophysics, v. 38, pp. 279-296.
Chapman, D.S., and Pollack, H.N., 1977. Regional geotherms and lithospheric thickness. Geology, v. 4, n. 5,
pp. 265-268; reprinted in Japanese (1980).
Pollack, H.N., and Cowan, I.M., 1977. Gravity in Zambia. Nature, v. 266, n. 5603, pp. 615-617.
Pollack, H.N., and Chapman, D.S., 1977. Mantle heat flow. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 34, n. 2,
pp. 174-184.
Chapman, D.S., and Pollack, H.N., 1975. Global heat flow. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 28, pp. 23-32.
Chapman, D.S., and Pollack, H.N., 1975. Heat flow and incipient rifting in the Central African plateau. Nature,
v. 256, n. 5512, pp. 28-30.
Chapman, D.S., and Pollack, H.N., 1975. Geothermal investigations in Zambia. Journal of Engineering Institute
of Zambia, v. 19, n. 3, pp. 33-37.
Chapman, D.S., and Pollack, H.N., 1974. Cold spot in West Africa: anchoring the African Plate. Nature, v. 250,
n. 5466, pp. 477-478.
Pollack, H.N., 1973. Longman tidal formulas: resolution of horizontal components. Journal of Geophysical
Research, v. 78, n. 14, pp. 2598-2600.
Pollack, H.N., 1973. Spherical harmonic representation of the gravitational potential of a point mass, a spherical
cap, and a spherical rectangle. Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 78, n. 11, pp. 1760-1768.
Levy, M., Pomeroy, P.W., and Pollack, H.N., 1970. Motion picture of the seismicity of the earth, 1961-67.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, v. 60, n. 3, pp. 1015-1016, and 250 foot 16 millimeter silent
motion picture.
Pollack, H.N., 1969. A numerical model of the Grand Canyon. In Geology and Natural History of the Grand
Canyon Region, Four Corners Geological Society, Guidebook Fifth Field Conference, D. L. Baars, ed., pp. 61-62.
Pollack, H.N., 1969. Gravitational mechanism for sea-floor spreading. Science, v. 163, n. 3863, pp. 176-177.
Pollack, H.N., 1968. On the interpretation of state vectors and local transformation operators. State Geological
Survey of Kansas Computer Contribution 22, Computer Applications in the Earth Sciences; Colloquium on
Simulation, pp. 43-46.
Pollack, H.N., 1967. Tectonic implications of a thermal contrast between continents and oceans. Journal of
Geophysical Research, v. 72, n. 20, pp. 5043-5049.
Pollack, H.N., 1967. Thermal stresses at the oceanic-continental margin. Earth and Planetary Science Letters,
v. 2, n. 2, pp. 116-118.
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Briggs, L.I., and Pollack, H.N., 1967. Digital model of evaporite sedimentation. Science, v. 155, n. 3761,
pp. 453-456.
Pollack, H.N., 1965. Steady heat conduction in layered mediums: the half-space and sphere. Journal of
Geophysical Research, v. 70, n. 22, pp. 5645-5648.
Pollack, H.N., 1963. Effect of delay time and number of delays on spectra of ripple-fired quarry blasts.
Earthquake Notes, v. 34, n. 5, pp. 955-963.
DeNoyer, J.M., and Pollack, H.N., 1963. Measurements of the velocity of crack propagation in glass plates.
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, v. 52, n. 1, pp. 87-93.
Pollack, H.N., 1960. Interglacial Fall Creek west of Beebe Lake, Ithaca, New York. The Compass, v. 57, n. 2,
pp. 67-72.
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