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The UC Irvine Libraries support the Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series by providing a bibliography of the works of each Fellow. The bibliographies are available in print at the Langson and Science Libraries and at each public event.

2002 - 2003 Series

Sir John T. Houghton

UC Irvine Chancellor's Distinguished Fellow
A Selective Bibliography: The UC Irvine Libraries
Feburary 20, 2003

April M. Love, Physical Sciences Librarian
The UC Irvine Libraries


Selected Articles

The science of global warming. Houghton J.Interdisciplinary Science Reviews. (Winter 2001), 26(4): 247-257.

Fossil fuels, transport, and public health. Haines, A; McMichael, T; Anderson R; Houghton J. Meteorological Office, Hadley Centre, Bracknell, UK. BMJ: British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition.). (November 11, 2000), 321(7270): 1168-9.

Assessment of basic research needs for greenhouse gas control technologies. Benson, S. M.; Chandler, W.; Edmonds, J.; Houghton, J.; Levine, M.; Bates, L.; Chum, H.; Dooley, J.; Grether, D.; Logan, J.; Wiltsee, G.; Wright, L. Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, CA, USA. Editor(s): Eliasson, Baldur; Riemer, Pierce; Wokaun, Alexander. Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies: Proceedings of the International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies, 4th, Interlaken, Switzerland, 30 August-2 September 1998. (1999): 457-462.

Climate change: the challenges. Houghton J. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Bracknell, Berks, UK. Physics World. (February, 1998), 11 (2): 17-18.

Laboratory Earth: The Planetary Gamble We Can't Afford To Lose by Stephen Schneider. Houghton, John. Royal Commission Environmental Pollution, London, UK. Nature (London). (1997), 386(6623): 345.

Limited consensus. Houghton, John. Meteorological Office, Hadley Centre, Bracknell, UK. Nature (London). (1996), 383(6601): 572.

Justification of Chapter 8. Houghton, John. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Hadley Climate Centre, Bracknell, UK. Nature (London). (1996), 382(6593): 665.

Global warming riposte - Reply. Houghton J. Chemistry in Britain. (July 1996), 32 (7): 22.

Global warming - Reply. Houghton J. Chemistry in Britain. (May 1996), 32 (5): 28.

Climate change calls for action now. Houghton J. Chemistry & Industry. (March 18, 1996), (6): 232.

Verner Suomi - 1915-1995 - Obituary. Houghton J. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (January 1996) Part B, 122(530): 563.

Global warming. The underlying science and the possible response. Houghton, John. Germany. Ki Luft-und Kaeltetechnik. (1995), 31(12): 556-557.

Comment on "The roles of carbon dioxide and water vapor in warming and cooling the Earth's troposphere" J. Barrett, Spectrochim. Acta Part A., 51 (3) (1995) 415. Houghton, John. Spectrochimica Acta, Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy (London). (July 1995), 51A(8): 1391-2.

Berlin and global warming policy. Bolin, Bert; Houghton, John. Meteorological Office, Hadley Climate Center, Bracknell, UK. Nature (London). (18 May 1995), 375(6528): 176.

Transport policy revisited. Houghton, John. Royal Commission Environmental Pollution, Church House, London, UK. Nature (London). (8 December 1994), 372(6506): 494.

Heated Argument. Houghton, J. New Scientist. (5 November 1994), 144(1950): 50.

Green science. Houghton, J. Royal Commission Environmental Pollution, Church House, London, UK. New Scientist. (10 July 1993), 139(1881): 45.

Theology and science. Berry, R.J.; Burke, D.C.; Hawthorne, J.N.; Heap, R.B.; Houghton, J.; Russell, C. Rutherford & Appleton Laboratories, Chilton, UK. Nature (London). (22 April 1993), 362(6422): 690.

The scientific basis for the prediction of climate change.Houghton, John. Meteorological Office, Hadley Climate Center, Bracknell, UK. International Journal of Environment and Pollution. (1993), 3(1-3): 7-12.

Climate change: the current state of scientific knowledge. Houghton, John. Robert Hooke Institute, Oxford, UK. Editor: Sayigh, A. A. M. Renewable energy: technology and the environment : proceedings of the 2nd World Renewable Energy Congress, Reading, UK, 13-18 September 1992. Oxford, UK: Pergamon. (1993), 1: 1-23.

The Bakerian Lecture, 1991 - the predictability of weather and climate. Houghton, J. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series A-Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. (16 December 1991), 337 (1648): 521-572.

Retirement of Gilchrist, A. Houghton, J.T.; White, P.W. Meteorological Magazine. (February 1989), 118 (1399): 21-22.

The direct measurement of geopotential height from orbiting platforms. Allam, RJ. Houghton J.T.. Meteorological Office, Hadley Climate Center, Bracknell, UK. Meteorological Magazine. (January 1988), 117(1386): 13-21.

The importance of satellites for weather forecasting. Houghton, J.T. Nature (London). (2 April 1987), 326(6112): 450.

The Meteorological Office - a ten year perspective. Houghton, J.T. Meteorological Office, Hadley Climate Center, Bracknell, UK. Meteorological Magazine. (April 1987), 116(1377): 97-116.

A Zeeman modulated radiometer for nitric oxide measurements. Adam H.G.; Houghton J.T., Williamson E.J. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, UK. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series A-Mathematical and Physical Sciences. (8 December 1986), 408(1835): 233-247.

Satellite sensing of a cloudy atmosphere--observing the third planet. Hendersonsellers, A.; Houghton, J.T. Nature (London). (1985), 313(5998): 165.

Remote sensing-the space application of the future. Houghton J.T. Meteorological Office, Bracknell, UK. Institution of Electrical Engineers [IEE] Colloquium Engineering Challenge of ESA's First Remote Sensing Satellite - ERS-1 on the (Digest no. 63). Institution of Electrical Engineers. (1984): pp. 1/1-2.

The World Climate Research Programme. Houghton J.T.; Morel P. Meteorological Office, Bracknell, UK. Editor: Houghton J.T. Global climate. Cambridge, UK. 1984: 1-11, 233.

Some observations of the optical properties of clouds in the near infrared. Doherty, G.M.; Houghton, J.T. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Infrared Physics. (January 1984), 24(1): 15-20.

Observations of sea-surface temperature for climate research. Harries, J.E.; Llewellyn-Jones, D.T.; Minnett, P.J.; Saunders, R.W.; Zavody, A.M. Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton, UK. Discussion: Houghton, J.T. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. (1983), 309: 395.

Report of the JSC/CCCO study group on interannual variability of the tropical oceans and the global atmosphere (TOGA):Princeton, 13-16 October 1982.Geneva, Switzerland: World Climate Programme. Global climate. [Available from Joint Planning Staff for WCRP], (1983).

Remote sounding of atmosphere and ocean for climate research. Houghton, J.T.Rutherford & Appleton Laboratories, Chilton, UK. Institution of Electrical Engineers Proceedings A (Physical Science, Measurement and Instrumentation, Management and Education, Reviews). ( September 1981), 128(6): 442-448.

Middle-atmosphere trace constituents as measured by Nimbus-7.Houghton, J. T. Scientific Research Council, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Slough, UK. Proceedings of the Fifth European Space Agency Symposium on European Rocket & Balloon Programmes & Related Research: 14-18 April 1980, Bournemouth, UK. Special Publication SP-152: 51-54.

Infrared atmospheric physics. Houghton, J. T. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Editor(s): Affolter, E.; Kneubuehl, F. CIRP2: Second International Conference on Infrared Physics: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zurich, Switzerland, March 5-9, 1979. Publisher: Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Solid State Physics Laboratory, Zurich, Switzerland. (1980): 83-90.

Infrared remote sensing of the atmosphere of Venus from the Pioneer 12 orbiter. Taylor, F. W.; McCleese, D. J.; Elson, L. S.; Martonchik, J. V.; Diner, D. J.; Houghton, J. T.; Delderfield, J.; Schofield, J. T.; Bradley, S. P. Planetary Atmospheres Section, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, USA. Space Research. (1980), 20: 227-230.

The stratospheric and mesospheric sounder on Nimbus 7. Drummond, J. R.; Houghton, J. T.; Peskett, G. D.; Rodgers, C. D.; Wale, M. J.; Whitney, J.; Williamson, E. J. Department of Atmospheric Physics, Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. (1980), 296(1418): 219-241.

Introduction [on atmospheric studies]. Houghton, J. T. Department of Atmospheric Physics, Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. (1980), 296(1418): 3-5.

Infrared radiometer for the Pioneer Venus orbiter. 1: Instrument description. Taylor, F. W.; Vescelus, F. E.; Locke, J. R.; Foster, G. T.; Forney, P. B.; Beer, R.; Houghton, J. T.; Delderfield, J.; Schofield, J. T. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Applied Optics. (1 December 1979), 18(23): 3893-3900.

Radiative cooling near the mesopause. Allen, D. C.; Haigh, J. D.; Houghton, J. T.; Simpson, C. J. S. M. Physical Chemistry Laboratory, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Nature (London). (25 October 1979), 281(5733): 660-661.

The future role of observations from meteorological satellites. Houghton, J.T. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (January 1979), 105(443): 1-23.

Greenhouse effects of some atmospheric constituents.Houghton, J. T. Clarendon Laboratory, Department of Atmospheric Physics, Oxford, UK. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. (1979), 290(1376): 515-521.

Infrared remote sounding of the middle atmosphere of Venus from the Pioneer orbiter. Taylor, F. W.; Diner, D. J.; Elson, L. S.; Hanner, M. S.; McCleese, D. J.; Martonchik, J. V.; Reichley, P. E.; Houghton, J. T.; Delderfield, J. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, USA. Science (Washington, DC). (1979), 203(4382): 779-781.

The role of satellites in the tropical observing system. Houghton, J.T. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Editor: Shaw, D.B. Meteorology Over the Tropical Oceans. Conference: Bracknell, UK, 21-25 August 1978. London, UK: Royal Meteorological Society. (1978): 261-273.

Infra-red measurements of stratospheric composition. I. The balloon instrument and water vapor measurements.Chaloner, C. P.; Drummond, J. R.; Houghton, J. T.; Jarnot, R. F.; Roscoe, H. K. Clarendon Laboratory, Department of Atmospheric Physics, Oxford, UK. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. (1978), 364(1717): 145-159.

The stratosphere and mesosphere--presidential address. Houghton, J.T. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (January 1978), 104(439): 1-29.

The pressure modulator radiometer (PMR).Houghton, J. T.; Odell, E. L. G. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Proceedings of the Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (1977), 124 (Modern utilization of infrared technology III, civilian and military, 25-26 August 1977, San Diego, California. Irving J. Spiro, editor.) Bellingham, Washington, USA: SPIE: 165-172.

Calibration of infrared instruments for the remote sounding of atmospheric temperature. Houghton, J.T. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Applied Optics. (February 1977), 16(2), 319-321.

Gordon Miller Bourne Dobson.Houghton, J. T.; Walshaw, C. D. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. (1977), 23: 41-57.

Satellite observations of planetary waves in the mesosphere. Austen, M.D.; Barnett, J.J.; Curtis, P.D.; Morgan, C.G.; Houghton, J.T.; Peskett, G.D.; Rogers, C.D.; Williamson, E.J. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Nature (London). (15 April 1976), 260(5552), 594-596.

Review of observations from meteorological satellites. Houghton, J.T. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Editor(s): Burger, J.J; Pederson, A; Battrick, B. Proceedings of the ESLAB Symposium on Atmospheric Physics from Spacelab. Amsterdam, Reidel. 1976: 199-200.

Stratospheric measurements of water and the diurnal change of nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide.Chaloner, C. P.; Drummond, J. R.; Houghton, J. T.; Jarnot, R. F.; Roscoe, H. K. Department of Atmospheric Physics, Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Nature (London). (25 December 1975), 258(5537): 696-697.

Comparison between radiosonde, rocketsonde, and satellite observations of atmospheric temperatures. Barnett, J.J.; Harwood, R.S.; Houghton, J.T.; Morgan, C.G.; Rodgers, C.D.; Williamson, E.J. Department of Atmospheric Physics, Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (July 1975), 101(429): 423-436.

The temperature dependence of the ozone concentration near the stratopause. Barnett, J.J.; Houghton, J.T.; Pyle, J.A. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (April 1975), 101(428): 245-257.

On remote sounding of the upper atmosphere of Venus. Houghton, J.T.; Taylor, F.W. Clarendon Laboratory, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. (March 1975), 32(3): 620-629.

The Pressure modulator radiometer (PMR) experiment, the Nimbus 6 user's guide: section 8. Houghton, J.T. Editor: John E Sissala. Greenbelt, Maryland: Goddard Space Flight Center. NASA. (1975).

Remote sounding of atmospheric temperature from satellites V. The pressure modulator radiometer for Nimbus F. Curtis, P.D.; Houghton, J.T.; Preskett, G.D.; Rodgers, C.D. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. (1974), 337: 135-150.

Stratospheric observations from Nimbus 5. Barnett, J.J.; Houghton, J.T.; Morgan, C.G.; Pick, D.R.; Rodgers, C.D.; Williamson, E.J.; Cross, M.J.; Flower, D.; Peckham, G.; Smith, S.D. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Nature (London). (21 September 1973), 245(5421): 141-143.

Remote sounding of atmospheric temperature from satellites. IV. Selective chopper radiometer for Nimbus 5.Ellis, P.; Holah, G.; Houghton, J. T.; Jones, T. S.; Peckham, G.; Peskett, G. D.; Pick, D. R.; Rodgers, C. D.; Roscoe, H. Department of Physics, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. (1973), 334(1597): 149-170.

First results from the selective chopper radiometer on NIMBUS 5. Houghton, J.T.; Smith, S.D. University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. EOS Transactions. (April 1973), 54(4): 276.

Remote sounding from artificial satellites and space probes of the atmospheres of the earth and the planets.Houghton, J. T.; Taylor, F. W. Department of Atmospheric Physics, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Reports on Progress in Physics. (1973), 36(7): 827-919.

The Nimbus 5 user's guide. Houghton, J. T.[et.al.]Goddard Space Flight Center. Baltimore, Maryland: Allied Research Associates. (1972): 131.

Atmospheric transmission in the 10-12 mm window. Houghton, J. T.; Lee, A. C. L. Department of Atmospheric Physics, Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Nature (London), Physical Science. (1972), 238(86): 117-118.

Infra-red atmospheric temperature sounding from satellites. Ellis, P.J.; Peckham, G.; Sandwell, R.; Smith, S.D.; Houghton, J.T.; Rodgers, C.D.; Williamson, E.J. Heriot-Watt University, Riccarton, Currie, UK. Radio & Electronic Engineer. (April 1972), 42(4), 155-161.

The First year of the selective chopper radiometer on Nimbus 4. Barnett, J.J.; Cross, M.J.; Harwood, R.S.; Houghton, J.T., Morgan, C.G.; Peckham, G.E.; Rodgers, C.D.; Smith, S.D.; Williamson, E.J. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK and Herior-Watt Univesity, Edinburgh, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (January 1972), 98(415): 17-37.

The selective chopper radiometer on Nimbus 4. Houghton, J.T. University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. (January 1972), 25(1): 27-28.

Radiometer for remote sounding of the upper atmosphere. Taylor, F.W.; Houghton, J.T.; Peskett, G.D.; Rodgers, C.D.; Williamson, E.J. University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Applied Optics. (January 1972): 11(1), 135-141.

Infra-red atmospheric temperature sounding from satellites. Ellis, P.J.; Peckham, G.; Sandwell, R.; Smith, S.D.; Houghton, J.T.; Rodgers, C.D.; Williamson, E.J. Herriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK. Proceedings of the joint conference on infrared techniques. IERE. (1971): 257-270.

Stratospheric warming observed by Nimbus 4. Harwood, R.S.; Houghton, J.T.; Morgan, C.G.; Rodgers, C.D.; Williamson, E.J.; Peckham, G.; Smith, S.D.; Barnett, J.J. Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK. Nature (London). (5 March 1971), 230(5288): 47-48.

The detection of ice clouds from remote measurements of their emission in the far infra-red. Houghton, J.T.; Hunt, G.E. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (January 1971), 97(411): 1-17.

Remote sounding of atmospheric temperatures from satellites. III. Measurements up to 35 km altitude with a balloon-borne selective chopper radiometer. Abel, P.G.; Houghton, J.T.; Matley, J.B.; Williamson, E.J. University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series A-Mathematical & Physical Sciences. (1970), 320(1540): 57-69.

Remote sounding of atmospheric temperature from satellites. II. The selective chopper radiometer for Nimbus D. Abel, P.G.; Ellis, P.J.; Houghton, J.T.; Peckham, G.; Rodgers, C.D.; Smith, S.D.; Williamson, E.J. University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series A-Mathematical & Physical Sciences. (1970), 320(1540): 35-55.

Remote sounding of atmospheric temperature from satellites. I. Introduction. Houghton, J.T.; Smith, S.D. Clarendon Laboratory, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series A-Mathematical & Physical Sciences. (1970), 320(1540): 23-33.

Absorption and emission by carbon-dioxide in the mesosphere. Houghton, J.T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (October 1970), 96(410): 767-770.

First results from the selective chopper radiometer on Nimbus 4. Ellis, P.J.; Peckham, G.; Smith, S.D.; Houghton, J.T.; Morgan, C.G.; Rodgers, C.D.; Williamson, E.J. University of Reading, UK. Nature (London). (October 10,1970), 228(5267): 139-143.

Anglo-US METSAT collaboration. Smith, S.D.; Houghton, J.T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Science Journal. (1970), 6 (11): 70.

Meteorological co-operation. Smith, S.D.; Houghton, J.T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Science Journal. (1970), 6(6): 101.

Measurements of atmospheric infra-red emission with a balloon-borne multifilter radiometer. Pick, D.R.; Houghton, J.T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1969), 95 (405): 535-543.

Absorption and emission by carbon-dioxide in the mesosphere. Houghton, J.T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1969), 95 (403): 1-20.

Collisional relaxation from the ν3 vibration of carbon dioxide. Alexander, J. A. F.; Houghton, John T.; McKnight, W. B. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Journal of Physics, B., Proceedings of the Physical Society, Atomic and Molecular Physics. (1968), [Series 2] 1(6): 1225-1226.

Temperature and humidity changes in lowest few thousand feet of atmosphere during a fine summer day in southern England. Houghton, J. T.; Scorer, R.S.; Murgatroyd, R.J.; Penman, H.L. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1967), 93 (398): 561-562.

Fluorescence from the n 3 vibration of carbon dioxide. Houghton, John T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Proceedings of the Physical Society, London. (1967), 91(572): 439-448.

Remote temperature sensing of the earth's atmosphere using a selective chopper radiometer. [Abstract] Houghton, J.T.; Smith, S.D.; Peckham, G.; Williamson, E.J. Clarendon laboratory, University of Oxford, U.K., and Physics Department, University of Reading, U.K. Space Research VII: Proceedings of the Seventh International Space Science Symposium, Vienna, 10-18 May 1966. Editors: R.L. Smith-Rose in cooperation with J.W. King. Amsterdam, North-Holland Publishing Company. (1967), 2: 933.

Effect of contamination on spectroscopic determinations of stratospheric water vapour. Houghton, J.T. Clarendon Laboaratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1966), 92(392): 281-283.

Collision-induced absorption in the earth's atmosphere. Farmer, C. B.; Houghton, J. T. E. M. I. Electronics, Ltd., Feltham, UK. Nature (London). (26 March 1966), 209(5030): 1341-1342.

A Radiometer-sonde for observing emission from atmospheric water vapor. Williamson, E.J.; Houghton, J.T. Applied Optics. (March 1966), 5(3): 377-383.

Radiometric measurements of emission from stratospheric water vapour. Williamson, E.J.; Houghton, J.T. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (July 1965), 91(389): 330-338.

Infrared emission from the stratosphere and mesosphere. Houghton, J. T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London), Series A. (1965), 288(1415): 545-555.

Total band absorptance of CO near 4.7 m . Shaw, J. H.; Houghton, J. T. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Applied Optics. (1964), 3(6): 773-779.

The Deduction of stratospheric temperature from satellite observations of emission by the 15-μ CO2 band. Houghton, J. T.; Shaw, J. H. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Memoirs de la Societe Royale des Sciences de Liège, Collection in -8 (Belgium). (1964), 9: 350-356.

The Total absorbance of the 4.7-m CO band. Shaw, J. H.; Houghton, J. T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Memoirs de la Societe Royale des Sciences de Liège, Collection in -8 (Belgium). (1964), 9: 42-52.

Absorption in the stratosphere by some water-vapour lines in the ν2 band. Houghton, J.T. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1964), 90(386): 493.

Stratospheric temperature measurements from satellites. Houghton, J.T. [Paper presented at the Symposium on Meteorology from Space, London, 19 September, 1963.] Journal of the British Interplanetary Society. (1964), 19: 381-385.

Absorption in the stratosphere by some water-vapour lines in the ν2 band.Houghton, J.T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (July 1963), 89(381): 332-338.

The Absorption of solar infra-red radiation by the lower stratosphere. Houghton, J.T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (July 1963), 89(381): 319-331.

Humidity of the stratosphere. Dobson, G.M.B.; Brewer, A.W.; Houghton, J.T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Journal of Geophysical Research. (1962), 67(2): 902-903.

Radiative transfer in the lower stratosphere due to the 9.6 micron band of ozone. Hitschfeld, W.; Houghton, J.T.; Godson, W.L. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1962), 88(376): 193-195.

Some aircraft observations of fluxes of solar radiation in the atmosphere. Roach, W.T.; Mason, B.J.; Houghton, J.T.; Monteith, J.L.; Murgatroyd, R.J. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1962), 88(376): 191-192.

Radiative transfer in the lower stratosphere due to the 9.6-micron band of ozone. Hitschfeld, W.; Houghton, J.T. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (October 1961), 87(374): 562-577.

Spectroscopic observations of the vertical distribution of some minor constituents of the atmosphere. Seeley, J.S.; Houghton, J.T. Infrared Physics. (July 1961), 1(2): 116-132.

Spectroscopic observations of the water-vapour content of the stratosphere-- discussion. Stagg, J.M.; Hughes, N.D.P.; Scorer, R.S.; Houghton, J.T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1961), 87(372): 251.

The Meteorological significance of remote measurements of infra-red emission from atmospheric carbon dioxide. Houghton, J.T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1961), 87(371): 102-104.

An atlas of the infra-red solar spectrum from 1 to 6.5m observed from a high-altitude aircraft. Houghton, J.T.; Hughes, N.D.P.; Moss, T.S.; Seeley, J.S. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A-Mathematical and Physical Sciences. (1961), 254(1037): 47-123.

Spectroscopic observations of the water-vapour content of the stratosphere. Houghton, J.T.; Seeley, J.S. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (July 1960), 86(369): 358-370.

Absorption and emission in the atmospheric window from 770 to 1,250 cm-1. Roach, W.T.; Goody, R.M.; Houghton, J.T.; Saiedy, F.; Brewer, A.W.; Wormell, T.W.; Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1959), 85(366): 437-438.

An airborne infra-red solar spectrometer. Houghton, J.T.; Moss, T.S.; Chamberlain, J.P. Journal of Scientific Instruments. (1958), 35(9): 329-333.

A Direct measurement of infra-red radiation divergence to 160-mb--discussion. Houghton, J.T. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1958), 84(362): 472-474.

The Emissivity of the Earth's surface. Houghton, J.T. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1958), 84(362): 448-450.

Observations of the infrared solar spectrum from a high-flying aircraft. Houghton, J. T.; Moss, T. S.; Seeley, J. S.; Hawkins, T. D. F. Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, UK. Nature (London). (1957), 180: 1187-1188.

Experimental determination of atmospheric infrared radiation. Brewer, A. W.; Houghton, J. T. Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford, UK. Nature (London). (1957), 178: 978.

Some measurements of the flux of infrared radiation in the atmosphere. Brewer, A. W.; Houghton, J. T. University of Oxford, Oxford, UK. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) Series A. (1956), 236: 175-186.

The evaluation of infra-red radiative fluxes due to atmospheric water vapour. Godson, W.L.; Goody, R.M.; Sheppard, P. P.; Brewer, A.W.; Houghton, J.T.; Robinson, G.D.; Scorer, R.S. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. (1954), 80(346): 644-646.

A New radiometer. Houghton, J.T.; Brewer, A.W. Journal of scientific Instruments. (1954), 31(5): 184-187.

Books

Houghton, John Theodore. The physics of atmospheres, John Houghton. 3rd ed. Cambridge, U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002.
UCI Science Library Bar QC880 .H68 2002

Climate change 2001: the scientific basis: contribution of Working Group I to the third assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, edited by J.T. Houghton, Y. Ding, D.J. Griggs, M. Noguer, P.J. van der Linden, X. Dai, K. Maskell, C.A. Johnson. Cambridge U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
UCI Science Library Bar QC981.8.C5 C511345 2001

Houghton, John Theodore. Global warming: the complete briefing, JohnHoughton. 2nd ed. Cambridge U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997.
UCI Science Library Bar QC981.8.G56 H68 1997

Implications of proposed CO2 emissions limitations, lead authors, Tom M.L. Wigley ... [et al.]; edited by John T. Houghton ... [et al.]; prepared under the auspices of the IPCC Working Group I.: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, c1997. Series title: IPCC technical paper; 4.

Stabilization of atmospheric greenhouse gases: physical, biological and socio-economic implications, edited by John T. Houghton ... [et al.]; prepared under the auspices of the IPCC Working Group I.: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, c1997. Series title: IPCC technical paper; 3.

An introduction to simple climate models used in the IPCC second assessment report, edited by John T. Houghton ... [et al.]; prepared under the auspices of the IPCC Working Group I.: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, c1997. Series title: IPCC technical paper; 2.

Transport and the environment--developments since 1994: twentieth report, Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution. London: Stationery Office, 1997. Series title: Cm; 3752., Cm (Series) (Great Britain. Parliament); 3752.
UCI Langson Library HE243 .T725 1997

Climate change 1995: the science of climate change, edited by J.T. Houghton, L.G. Meira Filho, B.A. Callander, N. Harris, A. Kattenberg, K. Maskell; production editor, J.A. Lakeman. Cambridge U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996.
UCI Science Library Bar QC981.8.C5 C5128 1996

Climate change, 1994: radiative forcing of climate change and an evaluationof the IPCC IS92 emission scenarios, edited by J.T. Houghton, L.G. Meira Filho, J. Bruce, Hoesung Lee, B.A. Callander, E. Haites, N. Harris and K. Maskell. Cambridge U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
UCI Science Library Bar QC981.8.C5 C5125 1995

Houghton, John Theodore. The Search for God: can science help? J.T. Houghton. Oxford, U.K.: Lion, 1995.

Houghton, John Theodore. Global warming: the complete briefing, JohnHoughton. 1st ed. Oxford, U.K.; Elgin, Illinois: Lion, 1994. [Runner up for the Sir Peter Kent Conservation Book Prize in 1994.]

Climate change 1992: the supplementary report to the IPCC scientific assessment, edited by J.T. Houghton, B.A. Callander and S.K. Varney. Cambridge U.K.; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 1992.
UCI Science Library Bar QC981.8.C5 I57 1992

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Climate change: the IPCC scientific assessment, edited by J.T. Houghton, G.J. Jenkins, and J.J. Ephraums. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990.

Houghton, John Theodore. Does God play dice?: a look at the story of the universe, John Houghton; foreword by Sir Robert Boyd. Grand Rapids, Michigan:Cantilever Books, c1989.

Houghton, John Theodore. The physics of atmospheres, John T. Houghton. 2nd ed. Cambridge U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1986.
UCI Science Library Bar QC880 .H68 1986

The Global climate, edited by John T. Houghton. Cambridge U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1984.
UCI Science Library Bar QC981 .G53 1984

Houghton, John Theodore. Remote sounding of atmospheres, J.T. Houghton, F.W. Taylor, C.D. Rodgers. Cambridge U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1984.Series title: Cambridge planetary science series.
UCI Science Library Bar QC871 .H78 1984

The Study of the ocean and the land surface from satellites: proceedings of a Royal Society discussion meeting held on 10 and 11 November 1982. Organized and edited by Houghton, J.T.; Cook, Alan H.; Charnock, V. London: Royal Society, 1983.

Houghton, John Theodore. The physics of atmospheres, John T. Houghton. Cambridge U.K.; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1977.
UCI Science Library Bar QC880 .H68

Houghton, John Theodore. Infra-red physics, J.T. Houghton and S.D. Smith. Oxford U.K.: Clarendon Press, 1966.
UCI Science Library Bar QC457 .H6

Professional Career:

  • Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Deputy Director: 1981-1983
  • Appleton Labortory, Director: 1979-1983
  • University of Oxford, Atmospheric Physics Department, Lecturer, 1958-1963, Reader, 1963-1973, Professor: 1973-1983
  • UK Meteorological Office, Director General and Chief Executive: 1983-1991
  • John Ray Initiative, U.K., Chairman: 1997-present.

Appointments:

  • UK Government Panel on Sustainable Development, Member: 1994-2000
  • UK Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution, Chairman: 1992-1998
  • Scientific Assessment for Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Chairman and Co-Chairman: 1988-2002.
  • European Space Agency, Earth Observation Advisory Committee: 1980

Societies:

  • Fellowship of the Royal Society of London, 1972
  • Royal Meteorological Society, President: 1976-1978

Awards:

  • Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) (1991)
  • Royal Astronomical Society Gold Medal
  • International Meteorological Organisation Prize (1999)
  • American Meteorological Society, Honorary Member (1998)
  • Global 500 Award, under the United Nations Environmental Programme (1994)
  • Symons Memorial Medal, Royal Meteorological Society (1991)
  • Fellowship of the Royal Society of London (1972)
    • Bakerian Lecture (1991)
    • Technology Lecture (1996)

Web Pages:

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