Publications

*denotes a non-NCAR scientist

Refereed

Betsill, M.M., M.H. Glantz, and K. Crandall, 1997: Preparing for El Nino: What role for forecasts? Environment, 39(10), 6-13, 26-30.

Downton, M.W. and K.A. Miller, 1998: Relationships between Alaskan salmon catch and North Pacific climate on interannual and interdecadal time scales. Canadian J. Fisheries and Aquatic Sci., 55, 2255-2265.

*Easterling, W., *A. Weiss, *C. Hays, and L. Mearns, 1998: Optimum spatial scales of climate information for simulating the effects of climate change on agrosystem productivity: The case of the U.S. Great Plains. J. Agric. Forest Meteorol., 90, 9051-9063.

Giorgi, F., L. Mearns, *S. Shields, and L. McDaniel, 1998: Regional nested model simulations of present-day and 2 x CO2 climate over the central Great Plains of the United States, Climatic Change, 40, 457-493.

Glantz, M.H., 1998: Drought and desertification. Encyclopedia of Africa South of the Sahara (J. Middleton, ed.). New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 502-504.

Glantz, M.H., 1998: Creeping environmental problems in the Aral Sea basin. In: Central Eurasian Water Crisis: Caspian, Aral, and Dead Seas (I. Kobori and M.H. Glantz, eds.). Tokyo, Japan: United Nations University Press, 25-52.

Glantz, M.H., 1998: Aral Sea. In: Supplement to the Modern Encyclopedia of Russian, Soviet and Eurasian History. Gulf Breeze, FL: Academic International Press, 124-128.

Glantz, M.H., and *R.M. Figueroa, 1997: Does the Aral Sea merit heritage status? Global Environmental Change, 7(4), 357-380. Also reprinted in Russian by the UN Environment Programme.

Glantz, M.H., and *M. Nakayama, 1998: ENSO events and impacts on water resources in Southeast Asia. Water Resources Journal, 197, 87-92.

Glantz, M.H., *D.G. Streets, *T.R. Stewart, *N. Bhatti, C.M. Moore, and *C.H. Rosa, 1998: Exploring the Concept of Climate Surprises: A Review of the Literature on the Concept of Surprise and How It Is Related to Climate Change. Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL. 85 pp.

Katz, R.W., and *M.B. Parlange, 1998: Overdispersion phenomenon in stochastic modeling of precipitation. Journal of Climate, 11, 591-601.

*Kiely, G., *J.D. Albertson, *M.B. Parlange, and R.W. Katz, 1998: Conditioning stochastic properties of daily precipitation on indices of atmospheric circulation. Meteorological Applications 5, 75-87.

*Kobori, I., and M.H. Glantz (eds.), 1998: Central Eurasian Water Crisis: Caspian, Aral, and Dead Seas. Tokyo, Japan, United Nations University Press, 203 pp.

Magistro, J., 1997: The ecology of food security in the northern Senegal wetlands. In: The Ecology of Practice: Studies of Food Crop Production in Sub-Saharan West Africa (A.E. Nyerges, ed.). Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach Publishers, 97-133.

Mearns, L.O., *W. Easterling, and *C. Hays, 1997: The effect of spatial scale of climate change scenarios on the determination of impacts: An example of agricultural impacts on the Great Plains. Proceedings of International Workshop on Regional Climate Modeling, Beijing, 20-23 October. Beijing: START Regional Center for Temperate East Asia.

*Nakayama, M., and M.H. Glantz, 1998: Linking ENSO and the Mekong hydrologic regime. Water Resources Journal, 197, 93-99.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., and R.A. Pielke, Sr., 1997: Hurricanes: Their Nature and Impacts on Society. London: John Wiley and Sons Press, 279 pp.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 1998: Rethinking the role of adaptation in climate policy. Global Environmental Change, 8(2), 159-170.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., and M.M. Betsill, 1997: Policy for science for policy: A commentary on Lambright on ozone depletion and acid rain. Research Policy, 26, 157-168.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., and *R. Byerly Jr., 1998: Beyond basic and applied. Physics Today, February, 42-46.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., and *C.W. Landsea, 1998: Normalized hurricane damages in the United States: 1925-1995. Weather and Forecasting, 13, 351-361.

*Stocks, B.J., *M.A. Fosberg, *T.J. Lynham, L.O. Mearns, *B.M. Wotton, *Q. Yang, *J.-Z. Jin, *K. Lawrence, *G.R. Hartley, *J.A. Mason, and *D.W. McKenny, 1998: Climate change and forest fire potential in Russian and Canadian boreal forests. Climatic Change, 38, 1-13.

Non-Refereed

*Brown, J., *L. Mortsch, *S. Cohen, K.M. Miller, *G. Larsen, *H. Gilbert, and L.O. Mearns, 1998: Vulnerability assessment: US/Canadian boundary regions. In: Climate Variability and Transboundary Freshwater Resources in North America. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: NAFTA Commission for Environmental Cooperation.

*Cohen, S., *W. Avis, K.M. Miller, and L.O. Mearns, 1998: Implications of climate change for the Columbia River Basin. In: Climate Variability and Transboundary Freshwater Resources in North America. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: NAFTA Commission for Environmental Cooperation.

Firor, J., 1997: Review of "Regional Impacts of Global Climate Change" by S.J. Ghan et al., eds. Environment, 39.

Glantz, M.H., 1998: A Review of the Causes and Consequences of Cold Events: A La Niña Summit. Executive Summary of the Workshop held 15-17 July 1998 in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder: National Center for Atmospheric Research.

Glantz, M.H., 1998: What we know and don't know about El Niño: A discussion paper. Presented at 25th Anniversary, 7-8 May, Seattle, Washington. Seattle, WA: School of Marine Affairs, University of Washington, 14-35.

Glantz, M.H., 1998: El Niño: Just the facts. Editorial, Global Change, 4, 13-14.

Glantz, M.H., 1998: Very interesting times: the 1997-98 El Nino. 1999 Weather Guide Calendar. Denver, CO: Accord Publishers, inside front cover.

Glantz, M.H., 1998: El Niño, La Niña, and freshwater resources. Our Planet, (4), 27-29.

Glantz, M.H., 1998: Review of "Does the Weather Really Matter? The Social Implications of Climate Change" by W.J. Burroughs. Eos, 79(37), 439-440.

Glantz, M.H., 1997: Forecasting El Niño. Special Report for Encarta, Microsoft's online encyclopedia. Available on CD-ROM, Microsoft Encarta Reference Suite 99. Redmond, WA: Microsoft Corporation.

Glantz, M.H., 1997: Current events. Our Planet, 9(3), 27-29.

Katz, R.W., 1998: Extreme value theory for precipitation: Implications for climate change. Preprints, 14th Conference on Probability and Statistics in the Atmospheric Sciences, 11-16 January 1998, Phoenix, AZ. Boston, MA: American Meteorological Society, J57-J61.

Miller, K.M., 1997: Climate, salmon abundance, and the political economy of the Pacific Salmon Treaty. In: A Systems Approach to ENSO: A Colloquium on ENSO (M.H. Glantz). Boulder, CO: National Center for Atmospheric Research, 78-80.

Miller, K.M. and L.O. Mearns, 1998: Introduction and literature review. In: Climate Variability and Transboundary Freshwater Resources in North America. NAFTA Commission for Environmental Cooperation.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 1998: Review of "The Endangered Atmosphere: Preserving a Global Commons," by M.S. Soroos. Eos, 79, 472-474.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 1998: Evaluation of the societal "goodness" of forecasts: A review and assessment. Preprint, 14th Conference on Probability and Statistics in the Atmospheric Sciences, 11-16 January 1998, Phoenix, AZ. Boston, MA: American Meteorological Society, J35-J38.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 1998: Global Change Research Program. In: A Historical Guide to the U.S. Government (G.T. Kurian, ed.). New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 267-269.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 1998: Extreme weather and societal impacts: What are the facts? C2GCR Quarterly, 98-3. Montreal, Quebec, Canada: McGill University, pp. 5ff. Pielke, Jr., R.A., 1998: The National Center for Atmospheric Research. In: A Historical Guide to the U.S. Government (G.T. Kurian, ed.). New York: Oxford University Press, 74-75.

Pielke, Jr., R.A. and *R. Byerly, Jr., 1998: Reply. Physics Today, August, 15-17.

Pielke, Jr., R.A. and *D. Sarewitz, 1997: Report of the Case Study Workshop on the Use and Misuse of Predictions in the Earth Sciences, held 15-17 July 1997. Boulder, CO: National Center for Atmospheric Research and Geological Society of America.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., *K. McGuffie, *L. Avila, and *C. Landsea, 1998: Report of Section 5.0, Societal Impacts, International Workshop on Tropical Cyclones IV, Report No. 59, WMO/TD No. 875. WMO Tropical Meteorology Research Programme Report Series, 39 pp.

   

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