Casey Helgeson
Casey Helgeson
Earth and Environmental Systems Institute, Penn State University
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Expert judgment for climate change adaptation
E Thompson, R Frigg, C Helgeson
Philosophy of Science 83 (5), 1110-1121, 2016
Toward best practice framing of uncertainty in scientific publications: A review of Water Resources Research abstracts
JHA Guillaume, C Helgeson, S Elsawah, AJ Jakeman, M Kummu
Water Resources Research 53 (8), 6744-6762, 2017
Why simpler computer simulation models can be epistemically better for informing decisions
C Helgeson, V Srikrishnan, K Keller, N Tuana
Philosophy of Science, 2021
Structuring decisions under deep uncertainty
C Helgeson
Topoi 39, 257–269, 2020
Climate risk management
K Keller, C Helgeson, V Srikrishnan
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 49, 95-116, 2021
Climate change assessments: Confidence, probability, and decision
R Bradley, C Helgeson, B Hill
Philosophy of Science 84 (3), 500-522, 2017
Combining probability with qualitative degree-of-certainty metrics in assessment
C Helgeson, R Bradley, B Hill
Climatic Change 149 (3-4), 517-525, 2018
Visualizing natural environments from data in virtual reality: Combining realism and uncertainty
J Huang, MS Lucash, MB Simpson, C Helgeson, A Klippel
2019 IEEE conference on virtual reality and 3D user interfaces (VR), 1485-1488, 2019
Puzzles for ZFEL, McShea and Brandon’s zero force evolutionary law
M Barrett, H Clatterbuck, M Goldsby, C Helgeson, B McLoone, T Pearce, ...
Biology & Philosophy 27, 723-735, 2012
Learning about forest futures under climate change through transdisciplinary collaboration across traditional and western knowledge systems
EAH Smithwick, C Caldwell, A Klippel, RM Scheller, N Tuana, RB Bird, ...
Collaboration across boundaries for social-ecological systems science, 153-184, 2019
What selection can and cannot explain: A reply to Nanay’s critique of Sober
C Helgeson
Philosophy of Science 80 (1), 155-159, 2013
There is no asymmetry of identity assumptions in the debate over selection and individuals
C Helgeson
Philosophy of Science 82 (1), 21-31, 2015
Attention to values helps shape convergence research
C Helgeson, RE Nicholas, K Keller, CE Forest, N Tuana
Climatic Change, 2022
The confirmational significance of agreeing measurements
C Helgeson
Philosophy of Science 80 (5), 721-732, 2013
Integrating values to improve the relevance and inclusiveness of climate-risk research
C Helgeson, K Keller, RE Nicholas, V Srikrishnan, C Cooper, ...
SocArXiv, 2022
Modus Darwin reconsidered
C Helgeson
British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 69 (1), 193-213, 2018
Diverse Evidence, Independent Evidence, and Darwin’s Arguments from Anatomy and Biogeography
C Helgeson
PhD diss., University of Wisconsin–Madison, 2013
Why you have one trait rather than another: The failure of the explanatory-chain stragegy
C Helgeson
Balancing multiple forest management objectives under climate change in central Wisconsin, USA
MS Lucash, NG Williams, V Srikrishnan, K Keller, RM Scheller, ...
Trees, Forests and People 14, 100460, 2023
What do people care about when managing flood risks? A values-informed mental model approach
C Cooper, C Helgeson, C Troy, K Keller, N Tuana
SocArXiv, 2022
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