- Research Affiliate at Stanford
- Stanford University
Frances C. Moore finished her Ph.D. in 2015. Her research focuses on understanding the rate and effectiveness of adaptation by farmers in order to understand the impact of climate change on future agricultural production and food security. She combines statistical and mathematical modeling with agricultural data and climate model output in order to better understand how farmers will respond to a changing climate, drawing heavily on economics and econometric methods.
Before Stanford, Fran obtained a Masters in Environmental Science at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies where her research focussed on the construction of adaptation policy in the international negotiations. She observed and participated in several of the UNFCCC meetings, culminating in COP15 in Copenhagen.
Dr. Moore is currently a Co-Principal Investigator of the NSF award with INFEWS: Monitoring and managing food, energy, and water systems under stress: California.
- The Fingerprint of Climate Trends on European Agriculture Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2015; 112 (9): 2670-2675
- Temperature Impacts on Economic Growth Warrant Stringent Mitigation Policy Nature Climate Change 2015; 5 (2): 127-131
- Adaptation potential of European agriculture in response to climate change NATURE CLIMATE CHANGE 2014; 4 (7): 610-614