Jacqueline Chen

Jacqueline Chen is a Principal Scientist in AIR’s Research and Modeling group. Her focus is on modeling natural hazards that affect agriculture and crop insurance programs. She is responsible for developing and improving the AIR Multiple Peril Crop Insurance Models for China and Canada. Jacqueline earned a B.S. in Astronomy and Physics from Yale University and a Ph.D. in Astronomy and Astrophysics from the University of Chicago.

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Following are some recent blogs:

Agricultural Impacts of Flooding in Henan, China

Agricultural Impacts of Flooding in Henan, China

August 16, 2021
Which Extreme Weather Events Drove 2020 China Crop Losses?

Which Extreme Weather Events Drove 2020 China Crop Losses?

June 10, 2021
Agricultural Risk in China

Agricultural Risk in China

November 24, 2020
Dynamic Modeling Can Help Insurers Close the Livestock Protection Gap

Dynamic Modeling Can Help Insurers Close the Livestock Protection Gap

August 17, 2020
How Grasshopper Infestations Impact Crops in Canada

How Grasshopper Infestations Impact Crops in Canada

July 13, 2018

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