1. Hanus, N., Wong-Parodi, G., Grossmann, I., Small, M., 2018. The role of psychology and social influences in energy efficiency adoption. Energy Efficiency 11(2): 371–391.
  2. Babcock, M., Wong-Parodi, G., Small, M., Grossmann, I., 2016. Stakeholder perceptions of water systems and hydro-climate information in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Earth Perspectives 3(3).
  3. Grossmann, W., Grossmann, I., Steininger, K., 2015. Solar electricity supply isolines of generation capacity and storage. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112: 3663–3668,
  4. Grossmann, W., Grossmann, I., Steininger, K, 2014. Distributed solar electricity generation across large geographic areas, Part II: A Pan-American energy system based on solar. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 32: 983-993.
  5. Grossmann, W., Grossmann, I., Steininger, K., 2013. Distributed solar electricity generation across large geographic areas, Part I: A method to optimize site selection, electricity generation, and storage. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews25: 831-843.
  6. Grossmann, W.D., Steininger, K.W., Schmidt, C., Grossmann, I., 2012. Investment and employment from large-scale photovoltaics up to 2050. Empirica Special Issue ‘Climate and Global Change, Selected Papers from the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Austrian Economic Association’ 39: 165–189.
  7. Rose, S., Jaramillo, P., Grossmann, I., Small, M., Apt, J, 2012. Quantifying the hurricane risk to offshore wind turbines. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (9): 3247-3252.
  8. Klima, K., Lin, N., Emanuel, K., Morgan, M.G., Grossmann, I., 2012. Hurricane modification and adaptation in Miami-Dade county, Florida. Environmental Science and Technology 46 (2): 636-642.
  9. Klima, K., Bruine de Bruin, W., Morgan, M.G., Grossmann, I., 2012. Public perceptions of hurricane modification. Risk Analysis, DOI: 10.1111/j.1539-6924.2011.01717.x
  10. Grossmann, I., 2011. Review of “Informing Decisions in a Changing Climate” by the National Research Council. The Quarterly Review of Biology, 86 (4): 341-342.
  11. Klima, K., Morgan, M.G., Grossmann, I., Emanuel, K., 2011. Does it make sense to modify tropical cyclones? A decision-analytic assessment. Environmental Science and Technology 45 (10): 4242-4248.
  12. Tokdar, S., Grossmann, I., Kadane, J., Charest, A.-S, Small, M., 2011. Impact of beliefs about Atlantic tropical cyclone detection on conclusions about trends in tropical cyclone numbers. Bayesian Analysis, 6 (4): 1-22.
  13. Grossmann, I., Morgan, M. G., 2011. Tropical cyclones, climate change, and scientific uncertainty: What do we know, what does it mean, what should be done? Climatic Change, 108(3): 543-579.
  14. Grossmann, W.D., Grossmann, I., Steininger, W.K., 2010. Indicators to determine winning renewable energy technologies with an application to photovoltaics. Environmental Science and Technology 44 (13): 4849–4855.
  15. Grossmann, I., Klotzbach, P., 2009. A review of North Atlantic modes of natural variability and their driving mechanisms. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 114, D24107, doi:10.1029/2009JD012728.
  16. Grossmann, W.D., Steininger, K.W., Grossmann, I., Magaard, L., 2009. Indicators on economic risk from global climate change. Environmental Science and Technology 43 (16): 6421–6426.
  17. Grossmann, I., Atlantic hurricane risks: preparing for the plausible. Environmental Science and Technology 43 (20): 7604–7608.
  18. Grossmann, I., Perspectives for Hamburg as a port-city in the context of a changing global environment. Geoforum 39: 2062-2072.
  19. Grossmann, I., 2007. Critical and strategic factors for scenario development and discontinuity tracing. Futures39: 878-894.
  20. Grossmann, I., Woth, K., v. Storch, H., 2006. Localization of global climate change: Storm surge scenarios for Hamburg in 2030 and 2085. Die Küste 71: 169-182.
  21. Grossmann, I., 2006. Three scenarios for the greater Hamburg region. Futures 38 (1): 31-49.