Naresh Neupane

Role: Research Assistant Professor
Status: Current
Current Affiliation: Georgetown University
Current Email: nn343@georgetown.edu
Start year: 2015
Interests:
My interests lie in exploring the impacts of global warming upon the physical and biological components of the earth system. Currently, I am working on understanding the population size and distribution of butterfly in the future under various global warming scenarios. My past researches were mainly focused on understanding the response of the West African monsoon system to the global warming.

Publications

2022

Neupane, N., E. Zipkin, S. Saunders, and L. Ries. 2022. Grappling with uncertainty in ecological projections for the migratory monarch butterfly using tailored climate models. Ecosphere doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.3874


Neupane, N., M. Peruzzi, A. Arab, S.J. Mayor, J.C. Withey, L. Ries, and A.O. Finley. (2022). A novel model to accurately predict continental-scale timing of forest green-up. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 108: 102747


2021

Mushegian, A., N. Neupane, Z. Batz, M. Mogi, N. Truno, T. Toma, I. Miyagi, L. Ries and P. Armbruster (2021). Letter: Ecological mechanism of climate-mediated selection in a rapidly evolving invasive species. Ecology Letters 24:698-707. doi: 10.1111/ele.13686


Neupane, N., Goldbloom-Helzner, A., & Arab, A. (2021). Spatio-temporal modeling for confirmed cases of lyme disease in Virginia. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, 12(6), 101822.


Degroot, D., Anchukaitis, K., Bauch, M. ..., Neupane, N., Newfield, T, et al. Towards a rigorous understanding of societal responses to climate change. Nature 591, 539–550 (2021).


Zylstra, Erin R., Leslie Ries, Naresh Neupane, Sarah P. Saunders, M. Isabel Ramírez, Eduardo Rendón-Salinas, Karen S. Oberhauser, Matthew T. Farr, and Elise F. Zipkin. "Changes in climate drive recent monarch butterfly dynamics." Nature Ecology & Evolution (2021): 1-12.


2019

Saunders, S.P., L. Ries, N. Neupane, M. I. Ramirez, E.Garcia-Serrano, E. Rendon-Salinas, E.F. Zipkin. 2019. Multi-scale seasonal factors drive the size of winter monarch colonies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 201805114


2018

Ries, L., N. Neupane, K. A. Baum, E. F. Zipkin. (2018). Flying through hurricane central: impacts of hurricanes on migrants with a focus on monarch butterflies. Animal Migration 5(1): 94-103..