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2007

 

*Abell, A. et al. (including M. Hayden), 2007: Dengue hemorrhagic fever – U.S.-Mexico Border, 2005. MMWR Weekly, 56(31), 785–789. http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm5631a1.htm

Boehnert, J., 2007: Geographic information systems. In: Heads Up! Early Warning Systems for Climate, Water and Weather (M.H. Glantz, ed.). Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press, 20–21.

*Brito, A.T., M. Borbor-Cordova, *P. Gagliuffi, and *M. Riofrio, 2007: A monitoring programme for the Admiralty Bay Antarctic specially managed area. In: 30th Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, 30 April–11 May 2007 in New Delhi, India. Proceedings on line at http://www.atcm2007.gov.in/.

Bulkeley, H. and S.C. Moser, 2007: Responding to climate change: Governance and social action beyond Kyoto. (Special issue on “Responding to climate change: Governance and social action beyond Kyoto,” H. Bulkeley and S.C. Moser, eds.) Global Environmental Politics, 7(2), 1–10.

*Carter, T.R., *R.N. Jones,* X. Lu, *S. Bhadwal, *C. Conde, L.O. Mearns, *B.C. O’Neill, *M.D.A. Rousevell, and *M.B. Zurek, 2007 : New assessment methods and the characterization of future conditions. Chapter 2 in Climate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability, Contribution of Working Group II to IPCC Fourth Assessment Report (M.L. Parry, O.F. Canziani, J.P. Palutikof, P.J. van der Linden, and C.E. Hanson, eds.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 133­–171.

*Christensen, J., B. Hewitson et al. (including L.O. Mearns), 2007 : Regional climate projections. Chapter 11 in Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fourth Assessment Report of the IPCC (S. Solomon, D. Qin, M. Manning, Z. Chen, M. Marquis, K.B. Averyt, M. Tignor, and H.L. Miller, eds.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Dilling, L. and S.C. Moser, 2007: Introduction. In Creating a Climate for Change: Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating Social Change (S.C. Moser and L. Dilling, eds.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 1–27.

*Frumhoff, P.C., J.J. McCarthy, *J.M. Melillo, S.C. Moser, and D.J. Wuebbles, 2007: Confronting Climate Change in the U.S. Northeast: Science, Impacts, and Solutions. Synthesis report of the Northeast Climate Impacts Assessment (NECIA). Cambridge, MA: Union of Concerned Scientists. 160 pp.

Harper, B.R., R.W. Katz, and R.C. Harriss, 2007: Statistical methods for quantifying the effect of the El Niño-Southern Osillation on wind power in the northern Great Plains of the United States. Wind Engineering, 31, 123–137.

Harriss, R., 2007: An ongoing dialogue on climate change: The Boulder Manifesto. In: In Creating a Climate for Change: Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating Social Change (S.C. Moser and L. Dilling, eds.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 485–486.

Hayden, M., 2007: Vector-borne disease. In Heads Up! Early Warning Systems for Climate, Water and Weather (M.H. Glantz, ed.). Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press, 67–68.

IPCC (including P. Romero-Lankao), 2007: Summary for policymakers. Climate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability (M.L. Parry, O.F. Canziani, J.P. Palutikof, P.J. van der Linden and C.E. Hanson, eds.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 7–22.

Katz, R.W., 2007: Environmental sciences. In Statistical Analysis of Extreme Values with Applications to Insurance, Finance, Hydrology and Other Fields (R.-D. Reiss and M. Thomas, eds.), Third Edition. Basel, Switzerland, Birkhauser, 353–367.

Katz, R.W., 2007: Review of Statistical Methods in the Atmospheric Sciences, Second Edition, by D.S. Wilks. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 88, 741–743.

Kleypas, J.A., 2007: Coral reef bleaching. In Heads Up! Early Warning Systems for Climate, Water and Weather (M.H. Glantz, ed.). Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press, 133–136.

Kleypas, J.A., 2007: Constraints on predicting coral reef response to climate change. Chapter 12 in Geological Approaches to Coral Reef Ecology (R. Aronson, ed.). New York, Springer-Verlag, 386–424.

Kleypas, J.A., and *C.M. Eakin, 2007: Global and regional threats to coral reefs: Results of a survey of coral reef researchers. Bulletin of Marine Science, 80, 419–436

McKelvey, R., *P.V. Golubtsov,* G. Cripe, and K.A. Miller, 2007: The incomplete information stochastic split-stream model: An overview. In Advances in Fisheries Economics (T. Bjorndal, D. Gordon, R. Arnason and U.R. Sumalia, eds.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 159–183..

McNeeley, S., 2007: Climate change and variability in interior Alaska: An interdisciplinary approach to data integration for understanding regional patterns relevant to stakeholders. Prepared for Amsterdam Conference on the Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change – Earth System Governance: Theories and Methods for Sustainability, held 24–26 May 2007. Amsterdam: Institute for Environmental Studies.

McNeeley, S. and *O. Huntington, 2007: Postcards from the (not so) frozen North: Talking about climate change in Alaska. In: In Creating a Climate for Change: Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating Social Change (S.C. Moser and L. Dilling, eds.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 139–152.

Miller, K.A., 2007: Fish stew: Uncertainty, conflicting interests and climate regime shifts. In Advances in Fisheries Economics (T. Bjorndal, D. Gordon, R. Arnason and U.R. Sumalia, eds.). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.

Moser, S.C., 2007: Passing the buck: Money, leadership, and responsibility for adaptation to sea-level rise. In: Proceedings of Coastal Zone ’07, held in Portland, Oregon, 22–26 July 2007. Charleston, SC: NOAA Coastal Services Center.

Moser, S.C., 2007: Is California preparing for sea-level rise? The answer is disquieting. California Coast and Ocean, 22(4), 24–30.

Moser, S.C., 2007: Training a cavalry of “1,000 voices for climate change” – Observations and recommendations for ongoing support and future trainings. Report to Vice President Al Gore and The Climate Project, Boulder, Colorado.

Moser, S.C., 2007: Nor’easters. In Heads Up! Early Warning Systems for Climate, Water and Weather (M.H. Glantz, ed.). Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press, 57–60.

Moser, S.C., 2007: Sea-level rise. In Heads Up! Early Warning Systems for Climate, Water and Weather (M.H. Glantz, ed.). Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press, 137–142.

Moser, S.C., 2007: More bad news: The risk of neglecting emotional responses to climate change information. In Creating a Climate for Change: Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating Social Change (S.C. Moser and L. Dilling, eds.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 64–80.

Moser, S.C., 2007: In the long shadows of inaction: The quiet building of a climate protection movement in the United States. (Special issue on “Responding to climate change: Governance and social action beyond Kyoto,” H. Bulkeley and S.C. Moser, eds.) Global Environmental Politics, 7(2), 124–144.

Moser, S.C., 2007: Communication strategies to mobilize the climate movement. In Ignition: What You Can Do to Fight Global Warming and Spark a Movement (J. Isham and S. Waage, eds.), 73–93. Washington, DC: Island Press.

Moser, S.C., 2007: Communicating climate change motivating citizen action: An opportunity for democratic renewal? In Climate Change Politics in North America (H. Selin and S.D. Vandeveer, eds.), 109–118. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. http://www.wilsoncenter.org/topics/pubs/CI_OccPaper_ClimateChange.pdf

Moser, S.C. and L. Dilling, 2007: Preface. In Creating a Climate for Change: Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating Social Change (S.C. Moser and L. Dilling, eds.), ix–xii.

Moser, S.C., and L. Dilling, 2007: Toward the social tipping point: Conclusions. In Creating a Climate for Change: Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating Social Change (S.C. Moser and L. Dilling, eds.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 491–516.

Moser, S.C., and L. Dilling, 2007: Creating a Climate for Change: Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating Social Change. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 549 pp.

Moser, S.C., and J. Tribbia, 2007: Vulnerability to Coastal Impacts of Climate Change: Coastal Managers’ Attitudes, Knowledge, perceptions, and Actions. Report prepared for the California energy Commission, Public Interest Energy Research Program. Sacramento, CA: California Environmental Protection Agency.
 
Moser, S.C., and J. Tribbia, 2007: Vulnerability to inundation and climate change impacts in California: Coastal managers’ attitudes and perceptions. (Special issue on Reducing the Costs of Coastal Inundation to Coastal Communities, Ecosystems, and Resources.) Marine Technology Society Journal, 40(3), 4–13.

Moser, S.C., and J. Tribbia, 2007: More Than Information: What California’s Coastal Managers Need to Plan for Climate Change. Sacramento, CA: California Energy Commission, PIER Energy-Related Environmental Research and the California EPA.

Parson, E.A. et al. (including L.O. Mearns), 2007: Global Change Scenarios: Their Development and Use. Report by the US Climate Change Science Program (CCSP) and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research. Washington, DC: CCSP Product Development Advisory Committee. 117 pp.

Podesta, G., F. Bert, B. Rajagopalan, S. Apipattanavis, E. Weber, C. Laciana, W. Easterling, R. Katz, and D. Letson, 2007: Climate and complexity in agricultural production systems of the Argentine Pampas. Extended Abstracts, Integrating Analysis of Regional Climate Change and Response Options: An Expert Meeting on Regional Impacts, Adaptation, Vulnerability, and Mitigation. Meeting held 20–22 June 2007 in Nadi, Fiji. IPCC Task Group on Data and Scenario Support for Impact and Climate Analysis.

Romero-Lankao, P., 2007: Socioeconomic impacts of multiple stresses on cities. Understanding Multiple Environmental Stresses: Report of a Workshop. Washington, DC: Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, 127–133.

Romero-Lankao, P., 2007: Decentralizacíon y retiro del estado: Mecanismos para gestionar sustenablemente del agua? Gestión y Política Pública, XVI(1), 29–59.

Romero-Lankao, P., 2007: Are we missing the point? Particulars of urbanization, sustainability and carbon emissions in Latin American cities. Environment and Urbanization, 19(1), 157–175.

Tebaldi, C., and *R. Knutti, 2007: The use of the multi-model ensemble in probabilistic climate projections. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 2053–2075. doi:10.1098/rsta.2007.2076.

Tribbia, J., 2007: Stuck in the slow lane of behavior change? A not-so-superhuman perspective on getting out of our cars. In: In Creating a Climate for Change: Communicating Climate Change and Facilitating Social Change (S.C. Moser and L. Dilling, eds.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 251–265.

*Wilbanks, T.J., and P. Romero-Lankao, 2007: The human dimensions of global environmental change. Chapter 24 in: The SAGE Handbook of Environment and Society (J. Pretty, A.S. Ball, T. Benton, J. Guivant, D.R. Lee, D. Orr, M.J. Pfeffer, and H. Ward, eds.), 353–361. Los Angeles: SAGE Publications.

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2006

 

Barlow, M., *H. Cullen, *B. Lyon, and O. Wilhelmi, 2006: Drought disaster in Asia. Chapter in Natural Disaster Hotspots Case Studies (*M. Arnold et al., eds.). Washington, DC: World Bank Publications, 1–19.

Borbor-Cordova, M. E.W. Boyer, W.H. McDowell, and C.A. Hall, 2006: Nitrogen and phosphorus budget for a tropical watershed impacted by agricultural land use in Guayas, Ecuador. In: Nitrogen Cycling in the Americas: Natural and Anthropogenic Influences and Controls (L. Martinelli and R. Howarth, eds.). New York: Springer, 135–161.

Borbor-Cordova, M., E.W. Boyer, W.H. McDowell, and C.A. Hall, 2006: Nitrogen and phosphorus budgets for a tropical agricultural watershed: Guayas, Ecuador. Biogeochemistry, 79, 135–161. doi:10.1007/s10533-006-9009-7.

Fransen, T. and O. Wilhelmi, 2006: Increasing societal resilience to winter weather. Extended abstract presented in San Antonio, Texas, at 87th Annual Meeting of the AMS, 16th Conference on Applied Meteorology, No. 3.10. Available on line at AMS in PDF at http://ams.confex.com/ams/pdfpapers/119780.pdf.

Gattuso, J.-P., B. Gentili, C.M. Duarte, J.A. Kleypas, J.J. Middelburg, and D. Antoine, 2006: Light availability in the coastal ocean: Impact on the distribution of benthic photosynthetic organisms and their contribution to primary production. Biogeosciences, 3, 489–513.

Katz, R.W. and M. Ehrendorfer, 2006: Bayesian approach to decision making using ensemble weather forecasts. Weather and Forecasting, 21, 220–231.

Katz, R.W., 2006: Discussion of "Bayesian palaeoclimate reconstruction" by J. Haslett et al. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 169, 434.

Kleypas, J.A., 2006: Predictions of climate change in the tropical oceans, and how that should shape our conservation efforts. Proceedings of the World Maritime Technology Conference, held 6–10 March 2006. London: IMAREST Publications. On CD-ROM, ISBN 1-902536-54-1.

Kleypas, J.A., and *C. Langdon, 2006: Coral reefs and changing seawater carbonate chemistry. Chapter 5 in Coral Reefs and Climate Change: Science and Management (*J. Phinney, O. Hoegh-Guldberg, J. Kleypas, W. Skirving, and A. Strong, eds.). Coastal and Estuarine Studies 61. Washington, DC: American Geophysical Union, 73–110.

Kleypas, J.A. (Lead Author); J.-P. Gattuso (Topic Editor), 2006: Coral Reefs, Encyclopedia of Earth (C.J. Cleveland, ed.). Washington, DC: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council of Science and Environment. On line at www.eoearth.org/article/Coral_reefs.

Kleypas, J.A., R.W. Buddemeier, C.M. Eakin, J-P Gattuso, J. Guinotte, O. Hoegh-Guldberg, R. Iglesias-Prieto, P.L. Jokiel, C. Langdon, W. Skirving, and A.E. Strong, 2005: Comment on "Coral reef calcification and climate change: The effect of ocean warming." Geophysical Research Letters, 32, L08601, doi:10.1029/2004GL022329.

Kleypas, J.A., R.A. Feely*, V.J. Fabry, C. Langdon, C.L. Sabine*, and L.L. Robbins*, 2006: Impacts of Ocean Acidification on Coral Reefs and Other Marine Calcifiers: A Guide for Future Research. (PDF) Report of workshop held 18–20 April 2005 in St. Petersburg, FL. Boulder, CO: UCAR. 88 pp.

Miller, K. and D. Yates, 2006: Climate Change and Water Resources: A Primer for Municipal Water Providers . Denver, CO : Awwa Research Foundation and UCAR. 83 pp.

Miller, K.A., 2007: Climate variability and tropical tuna: Management challenges for highly migratory fish stocks, Marine Policy, 31(1): 56–70. doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2006.05.006.

Miller, K.A., and D. Yates, 2006: Climate Change and Water Resources: A Primer for Water Utilities. Denver, CO: Awwa Research Foundation (Read more).

Morss, R.E., O.V. Wilhelmi, M.W. Downton, and E. Gruntfest , 2005: Flood risk, uncertainty, and scientific information for decision-making: Lessons from an interdisciplinary project. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 86, 1593–1601.

Luers*, A.L. and S. Moser, 2006: Preparing for the Impacts of Climate Change in California: Advancing the Debate on Adaptation . (PDF) Report prepared for the California Energy Commission, Public Interest Energy Research Program. Sacramento, CA: California Environmental Protection Agency.

Moreno-Sanchez, R., M.H. Hayden, C. Janes, and *G. Anderson, 2006: A web-based multimedia spatial information system to document Aedes aegypti breeding sites and dengue fever risk along the US-Mexico border. Health and Place, 12(4), 715–727.

Moser, S.C., 2006: Talk of the city: Engaging urbanites on climate change. Environmental Research Letters, 1(1), doi:10.1088/1748/9326/1/1/014006. Available on line at http://www.iop.org/EJ/toc/1748-9326/1/1.

Moser, S.C., 2006: Viewpoint. Natural Resources Forum, 30, 330.

Moser, S.C., 2006: Climate Scenarios and Projections: The Known, the Unknown, and the Unknowable As Applied to California. Synthesis Report of a workshop held at Aspen Global change Institute 11–14 March 2004 in Aspen, Colorado. Aspen: Elements of Change Series, AGCI.

Moser, S., 2005: Review of “Survival for a Small Planet.” Progress in Human Geography, 29, 4, 520–522.

Moser, S., 2006: Communicating climate change – Motivating civic action: Opportunity for democratic renewal? In: S. Vandeveer and H. Selin (eds.), Climate Change Politics in North America . Washington, DC: Wilson Center Occasional Papers.

Moser, S., 2006: Climate change and sea level rise in Maine and Hawaii: The changing tides of an issue domain. In: W.C. Clark et al. (eds.), Global Environmental Assessments: Information and Influence. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Moser, S., 2005: Impacts assessments and policy responses to sea level rise in three U.S. states; An exploration of human dimension uncertainties. Global Environmental change, 15 , 353–369.

Moser, S., and P. Luganda, 2006: Talk for a change: Communication in support of societal response to climate change. IHDP Update, 6, 17–20.

NECIA (Northeast Climate Impacts Assessment) Synthesis Team (including S.C. Moser), 2006: Climate Change in the Northeast. Cambridge, MA: Union of Concerned Scientists. Available on line at www.climatechoices.org/ne/resources_ne/nereport.html. 52 pp.

Pataki, D.E ., R.J. Alig*, A.S. Fung , N.E. Golubiewski*, C.A. Kennedy , E.G. McPherson*, D.J. Nowa*, R.V. Pouyat*, and P. Romero-Lankao, 2006: Urban ecosystems and the North American carbon cycle. Global Change Biology , 12, 1–11. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.01242.x.

*Phinney, J.T., O. Hoegh-Guldberg, J. Kleypas, *W. Skrving, and *A. Strong (eds.), 2006: Coral Reefs and Climate Change: Science and Management. Coastal and Estuarine Studies 61. Washington, DC: American Geophysical Union. 244 pp.

Romero-Lankao, P., 2006: Sociales: Una relación evidente? Ciencia y Desarrollo, Diciembre, 36–41.

Romero-Lankao, P., 2006: Alcances y limites de la descentalización hidráulica en la Ciudad de México. In: D. Barkin (ed.), LaGestión del Agua Urbano en México , 173–196. Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico: Universidad de Guadalajara.

Shui, B., and R.C. Harriss, 2006: Carbon-dioxide embodiment in North American trade. The Journal of Energy and Development 31, 101–110.

Wilhelmi, O., 2006: GIS in Weather, Climate and Impacts. Report of Second Workshop on GIS at NCAR. On line at www.gis.ucar.edu/05workshop/pdf/summary.pdf.

Wilder, M., and P. Romero-Lankao, 2006: Paradoxes of decentralization: Water reform and social implications in Mexico. World Development, 34(11), 1977–1995. doi:10.1016/j.worlddev.2005.22.026.

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2005

 

Chestnut, L.G., M. A. Thayer, J. K. Lazo, and S.K.Van Den Eeden. 2005: The Economic Value of Preventing Respiratory and Cardiovascular Hospitalizations. Contemporary Economic Policy. 23,(4).

Dobra, A.*, C. Tebaldi and M. West*, 2004: Data augmentation in multi-way contingency tables with fixed marginal totals. Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference, 136, 355-372.

Downton, M.W., R.E. Morss, O.V. Wilhelmi, E.C. Grunfest, and M.L. Higgins, 2005: Interactions between scientific uncertainty and flood management decisions: Two case studies in Colorado . Environmental Hazards

Downton, M.W., J.Z. Barnard Miller, and R.A. Pielke Jr., 2005: Reanalysis of the US National Weather Service flood loss database. Natural Hazards Review, February, 13-22.

Downton, M.W., and R.A. Pielke Jr., 2005: How accurate are disaster loss data? The case of U.S. flood damage. Natural Hazards (accepted for publication).

Glantz, M.H., 2005: Usable Science 9: El Nino Early Warning for Sustainable Development in Pacific Rim Countries and Islands. Report of workshop held 13-16 September 2004, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. Boulder, CO: NCAR. ** Visit the Center for Capacity Building website for further information on Michael Glantz's publications. **

Glantz, M.H., 2005: The Aral Seas: Water, Climate, and Environmental Change in Central Asia. Geneva: World Meteorological Organization. ** Visit the Center for Capacity Building website for further information on Michael Glantz's publications. **

Glantz, M.H., 2005: Water, climate, and development issues in the Amu Darya Basin. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 10, 23-50. ** Visit the Center for Capacity Building website for further information on Michael Glantz's publications. **

Glantz, M.H., 2005: What makes good climates go bad? GeoTimes,50(4), 18-21. (above link to online edition) ** Visit the Center for Capacity Building website for further information on Michael Glantz's publications. **

Fedema, J., K. Oleson, G. Bonan, L.Mearns, W. Washington, and G. Meehl, 2005: A comparison of a GCM response to historical anthropogenic land cover change and model sensitivity to uncertainty in present day land cover representation, (in press).

Gratz, Joel with S. Moser, 2004: Enhancing Decision-Making through Integrated Climate Research: Southern Great Plains Regional Meeting. Summary workshop Report for the NOAA-OGP-RISA Program, NOAA-OGP, Washington, D.C.

Hayhoe, Katherine*, Daniel Cayan, Christopher B. Field, Peter C. Frumhoff*, Edwin P. Maurer, Norman L. Miller*, Susanne C. Moser, Stephen H. Schneider, Kimberly Nicholas Cahill, Elsa E. Cleland, Larry Dale, Ray Drapek, R. Michael Hanemann, Laurence S. Kalkstein, James Lenihan, Claire K. Lunch, Ronald P. Neilson*, Scott C. Sheridan and Julia H. Verville*, Emissions Pathways, Climate Change, and Impacts on California . 101(34), 12422-12427.

Jones, R. and R. Boer (S. Magezi and L. Mearns, contributing authors), 2005: Assessing current climate risks. Chapter 5 in Lim, B., and E. Spanger- Siegfreid (eds), UNDP Adaption Policy Frameworks for Climate Change. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 119-145.

PDF FileKatz, R.W., G.S. Brush, and M.B. Parlange, 2005: Statistics of extremes: Modeling ecological disturbances. Ecology, 86, 1124-1134.

Katz, R.W., and M. Ehrendorfer, 2005: Bayesian approach to decision making using ensemble weather forecasts. Weather and Forecasting (in press).

Katz, R.W., 2005: Environmental sciences. In Statistical Analysis of Extreme Values with Applications to Insurance, Finance, Hydrology and other Fields (Third Edition). R.D. Reiss and M. Thomas, Birkhuser, Basel, Switzerland, (in press).

Kleypas, J.A., 2005: Constraints on predicting coral reef response to climate Change, chapter in R. Aronson (ed). Geological Approaches to Coral Reef Ecology, Springer-Verlag, NY (in press).

Kleypas, J.A., R.W. Buddemeier, C.M. Eakin, J.P. Gattuso, J. Guinotte, O.Hoegh-Guldberg, R. Iglesias-Prieto, P.L. Jokiel, C. Langdon, W. Skirving And A.E. Strong, 2005: Comment on Coral reef calcification and climate Change: The effect of ocean warming. Geophys. Res. Lett, 32, L08601, Doi:10.1029/2004GL022329.

Meehl, G.A., J.M. Arblaster and C. Tebaldi, 2005: Understanding future patterns of increased precipitation intensity in climate model simulations. Geophys. Res. Lett. 32, L18719, doi: 10.1029/2005GL023680.

Miller, K.A., and *G.R. Munro, 2005: Climate and cooperation: A new perspective on the management of shared fish stocks. Marine Resource Economics, 19(3) (in press).

Morss, R.E., O.V. Wilhelmi, M.W. Downton, and E. Grunfest, 2005: Flood risk, uncertainty, and scientific information for decision-making: Lessons from an interdisciplinary project. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. (in press).

Morss, R.E., and W.H. Hooke*, 2005: The outlook for U.S. meteorological Research in a commercializing world: Fair early, but clouds moving in? Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 86, 921-936.

Morss, R.E., K.A. Miller, and M.S. Vasil, 2005: A systematic economic approach to evaluating public investment in observations for weather forecasting. Mon. Wea. Rev., 133, 374-388.

Morss, R.E. and K.A. Miller, 2005: Evaluating the optimal level and mix of public investment in observations for weather prediction: An economic approach. Proceedings of the 2005 THORPEX Converence.

Morss, R. E., 2005: Problem definition in atmospheric science public policy: The example of observing system design for weather prediction. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc, 86, 181-191.

Moser, S., 2005: Climate change and sea-level rise in Maine and Hawai’i : The changing tides of an issue domain. In. Clark, W.C., et al. (eds), Global Environmental Assessments: Information and Influence. Cambridge, MA : MIT Press, (in press).

Moser, S., 2005: Enhancing Decision-Making through Integrated Climate Research: Alaska Regional Meeting. Summary workshop report for the NOAA-OGP-RISA Program, NOAA-OGP, Washington, D.C.

Moser, S., 2005:Climate Scenarios and Projections: The Known, the Unknown, and the Unknowable as Applied to California, Synthesis Report of a workshop held at the Aspen Global Change Institute, 11-14 March 2004 in Aspen, Colorado, AGCI: Aspen, CO (in press).

Moser, S. and L. Dilling, Making climate hot: Communicating the urgency and challenge of global climate change. Environment, 46 (10) 32-46.

*Nihoul, J., *N. Aladin, and M.H. Glantz, 2005: Special issue of Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, consisting of papers dealing with environmental projects, strategies international planning, expectations, and questions from a sustainable development perspective (in press). ** Visit the Center for Capacity Building website for further information on Michael Glantz's publications. **

Sain, S.R ., S. Jagtap, L.Mearns, and D. Nychka, 2005: A multivariate spatial Model for soil water profiles. Jrnl of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics, (in press).

Shui, B. and R. Harriss, 2005: The role of embodied CO 2 in the US-China Trade, Energy Policy, (in press).

Shui, B. and R. Harriss, 2005: Carbon embodiment in Northern American Trade. Int’l. Jrnl. of Energy and Development, (in press).

Shui, B. and H. Dowlatabadi, 2005: Consumer lifestyles approach to U.S. Energy use and CO 2 emissions. Energy Policy, 33 (2): 197-208.

Tebaldi, C., L.O. Mearns, D. Nychka, and R.L. Smith*, 2004: Regional probabilities of precipitation change: A Bayesian analysis of multi-model Simulations. Geophys. Res.Lett., 32, L24213, doi:10.1029/2004GL021276.

Tebaldi, C., R.L. Smith*, D. Nychka and L.O. Mearns, 2005: Quantifying Uncertainty in projections of regional climate change: A Bayesian approach to the analysis of multi-model ensembles. Journal of Climate, 18, 1524-1540.

Wilhelmi, O.V. and T. L. Betancourt*, 2005: Evolution of NCAR GIS Initiative: Demonstration of GIS Interoperability. Bulletin of American Meteorological Society,86 (2) 176-178.

Ye, Q., and M.H. Glantz, 2005: the 1998 Yangtze floods: The use of short-term forecasts in the context of seasonal to interannual water resource management. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 10, 159-182. ** Visit the Center for Capacity Building website for further information on Michael Glantz's publications. **

Zia, A., 2005: An emission-inventory based methodology to evaluate vehicle Inspection and maintenance programs: A case-study of the Atlanta airshed 1997-2001. Proceedings of the Air & Wast Management Association’s 98 th Annual Conference & Exhibition, Minneapolis MN . Paper no. 1310. Available on CD-ROM.

Zia, A., R. Morss, and J. Lazo, 2005: Societal value of improved quantitative precipitation forecasts: A Synthesis. Proceedings of the First THORPEX/WMO International Science Symposium, Montreal, Canada . World Meteorological Organization, Geneva .

Zia, A., B.G. Norton, D.S. Noonan, M.O. Rodgers, and L. Dehart-Davis, 2005: A quasi-experimental evaluation of high emitter non-compliance and its impact on vehicular tailpipe emissions in Atlanta, 1997-2001. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment. Forthcoming in Volume 11, Issue 1.

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2004

 

*Buddemeier, R.W., J.A. Kleypas, and *R.B. Aronson, 2004: Coral Reefs & Global Climate Change: Potential Contributions of Climate Change to Stresses on Coral Reef Ecosystems. Arlington, VA: Pew Center on Global Climate Change.

Committee on Setting Priorities for NSF-Sponsored Large Research Facility Projects (including R.J. Serafin), 2004: Setting Priorities for Large Research Facility Projects Supported by the National Science Foundation. National Research Council. Washington, DC: National Academies Press.

Glantz, M.H., 2004: Usable Science 8: Early Warning Systems: Do's and Don'ts. Report of the Workshop held 20-23 October 2003 in Shanghai, China. Boulder, CO: National Center for Atmospheric Research.

Glantz, M.H., 2004: The Aral Sea. In: Encyclopedia of World Environmental History (S. Krech III, J.R. McNeill, and C. Merchant, eds.). Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing, 61-63.

Glantz, M.H., 2004: El Niño and La Niña. In: Encyclopedia of World Environmental History (S. Krech III, J.R. McNeill, and C. Merchant, eds.).Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing, 426-429.

Glantz, M.H., 2004: Forecasting El Niño: Science's Gift to the Twenty-First Century (in four versions: Africa in English and French; Latin America in English and Spanish). Geneva: World Climate Programme, World Meteorological Organization.

*Gommes, R., *J. du Guerny, M.H. Glantz, and *L-N Hsu, 2004: Climate and HIV/AIDS: A Hotspots Analysis for Early Warning Rapid Response Systems. Bangkok: UN Development Programme, Southeast Asia HIV and Development Programme.

*Hayes, M.J., O.V. Wilhelmi, and *C.L. Knutson, 2004: Reducing drought risk: Bridging theory and practice. Natural Hazards Review, 5(2), 106-113.

*Hayhoe, K. et al. (including S. Moser), 2004: Emissions pathways, climate change, and impacts on California. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 101(34), doi:10.1073/pnas.0404500101.

*Hayhoe, K., *L. Kalkstein, S. Moser, and *N. Miller, 2004: Rising Heat and Risks to Human Health: Technical Appendix. Cambridge, MA: Union of Concerned Scientists.

*Imhoff, M.L., *L. Bounoua, *T. Ricketts, *C. Loucks, R. Harriss, and *W.T. Lawrence, 2004: Global patterns in human consumption of net primary production. Nature, doi:10.1038/nature02685.

Katz, R.W., 2004: Review of Forecast Verification: A Practitioner's Guide to Atmospheric Science (I.T. Jolliffe and D.B. Stephenson, eds.). Biometrics, 60, 566-567.

Meehl, G.A. and C. Tebaldi, 2004: More intense, more frequent, and longer lasting heat waves in the 21st century. Science, 305(5686), 994-997.

Meehl, G.A., C. Tebaldi and D. Nychka, 2004: Changes in frost days in simulations of twenty-first century climate. Climate Dynamics, 23(5), 495-511.

Meehl, G.A., W.M. Washington, C.M. Ammann, J.M. Arblaster, T.M.L. Wigley, and C. Tebaldi, 2004: Combinations of natural and anthropogenic forcings in twentieth-century climate. J. Climate, 17(19), 3721-3727.

Miller, K.A., *G.R. Munro, and *T. Bjørndal, 2004: Climate, competition, and the management of shared fish stocks. Paper No. 133, Proceedings, IIFET 2004 Japan Conference. Corvallis, OR: International Institute of Fisheries Economics and Trade, University of Oregon.

Morss, R.E. and D.S. Battisti, 2004: Designing efficient observing networks for ENSO prediction. J. Climate, 17, 3074-3089.

Moser, S., 2004: The Contextual Importance of Uncertainty in Climate-Sensitive Decision-Making: Toward an Integrative Decision-Centered Screening Tool. Working Paper for the Weather and Climate Impacts Assessment Science Initiative. Boulder, CO: ESIG/NCAR.

Moser, S. and L. Dilling, 2004: Making climate hot: Communicating the urgency and challenge of global climate change. Environment, 46 (10), 32-46. (PDF linked with permission)

Moser, S., *K. Hayhoe, and *M. Wander, 2004: Climate change in the Hawkeye State: Potential impacts on Iowa communities and ecosystems. Cambridge, MA: Union of Concerned Scientists.

Shui, B., 2004: Re-estimation and reflection: The role of consumer demand in U.S. energy use and CO2 emissions. ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings. Washington, DC: ACEEE (American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy).

Tebaldi, C., D. Nychka, and L.O. Mearns, 2004: From global mean responses to regional signals of climate change: Simple pattern scaling, its limitations (or lack of) and the uncertainty in its results. In: Proceedings of the 18th Conference on Probability and Statistics in the Atmospheric Sciences, AMS Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Wilhelmi, O.V., K.L. Purvis, and R.C. Harriss, 2004: Designing a geospatial information infrastructure for the mitigation of heat wave hazards in urban areas. Natural Hazards Review, 5(3), 147-158.

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*Adams, R.M., *B.A. McCarl, and L.O. Mearns, 2003: The effects of spatial scale of climate scenarios on economic assessments: An example from US agriculture. Climatic Change, 60(1-2), 131-148.

*Adeel, Z., and M.H. Glantz, 2003: The growing need in developing countries for experts in Climate Affairs. APN Newsletter, 9(3), 7-8.

*Adeel, Z., and M.H. Glantz, 2003: Climate Affairs in the South and Southeast Asian Region. Findings from First Training Workshop, 25-28 February 2002. Tokyo: Environment and Sustainable Development Programme, United Nations University.

*Carbone, G.J., L.O. Mearns, *T. Mavromatis, *E.J. Sadler, and *D. Stooksbury, 2003: Evaluating CROPGRO-Soybean performance for use in climate impact studies. Agronomy Journal, 95, 537-544.

*Carbone, G.J., *W. Kiechle, *C. Locke, L.O. Mearns, L. McDaniel, and M.W. Downton, 2003: Response of soybean and sorghum to varying spatial scales of climate change scenarios in the southeastern United States. Climatic Change, 60(1-2), 73-98.

Committee on Atmospheric Dispersion of Hazardous Material Releases (R.J. Serafin, Chair), 2003: Tracking and Predicting the Atmospheric Dispersion of Hazardous Material Releases: Implications for Homeland Security. Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, Division on Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council. Washington, DC: National Academies Press.

PDF FileCommittee to Review the NASA Earth Science Enterprise Strategic Plan (R.J. Serafin, Chair), 2003: Assessment of NASA's Draft 2003 Earth Science Enterprise Strategy. Space Studies Board, National Research Council. Letter Report.

Committee on Status and Future Directions in US Weather Modification Research and Operations (R.J. Serafin, member), 2003: Critical Issues in Weather Modification Research. Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, Division of Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council. Washington, DC: National Academies Press.

Dilling, L., *S. Doney, *J. Edmonds, *K.R. Gurney, R. Harriss, D. Schimel, B. Stephens, and *G. Stokes, 2003: The role of carbon cycle observations and knowledge in carbon cycle management. Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 28, 521-588.

Doherty, R.M., L.O. Mearns, *K.R. Reddy, M.W. Downton, and L.R. McDaniel, 2003: Spatial scale effects of climate scenarios on simulated cotton production in the southeastern U.S.A. Climatic Change, 60(1-2), 99-129.

PDF FileDownton, M.W., H. Cullen, R. Morss, O. Wilhelmi, and *B. Rajagopalan, 2003: Problems of climate variability and uncertainty in flood hazard planning for the Colorado Front Range. Long Beach, CA: American Meteorological Society, 83rd Annual Meeting. Combined preprints CD-ROM.

*Giorgi, F., and L.O. Mearns, 2003: Probability of regional climate change calculated using the Reliability Ensemble Averaging (REA) method. Geophysical Research Letters, 30(12), 1629.

Glantz, M.H., 2003: Climate Affairs: A Primer. Washington, DC: Island Press. 291 pp.

PDF FileGlantz, M.H., 2003: Guidelines for Establishing Audits of AGricultural-ENvironmental (AG-EN) Hotspots. Environment and Natural Resources Service, Sustainable Development Department Paper No. 15. Rome: FAO.

Glantz, M.H. (ed.), 2003: Societal Impacts. Editor, Section 3 of Handbook of Weather, Climate and Water (T. Potter and B. Colman, eds.). New York: John Wiley and Sons, 711-954.

Glantz, M.H., 2003: Climate and society. In: Handbook of Weather, Climate and Water (T. Potter and B. Colman, eds.). New York: John Wiley and Sons, 711-718.

Glantz, M.H. and H. Cullen, 2003: Zimbabwe's food crisis. Environment, 45(1), 9-11.

Hackney, J., 2003: Increasing the Value of Weather Information in the Operation of the Electric Power System. Report of Workshop held 6-7 November 2002. Boulder, CO: ESIG/NCAR.

*Hamburg, M., *J. Lederberg, *M. Smolinski et al. (including L.O. Mearns), 2003: Emerging Infectious Disease of the 21st Century. Report of the Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences. Washington, DC: NAS.

Katz, R.W., *M.B. Parlange, and C. Tebaldi, 2003: Stochastic modeling of the effects of large-scale circulation on daily weather in the southeastern U.S. Climatic Change, 60(1-2), 189-216.

*Leung, L.R., L.O. Mearns, *F. Giorgi, and *R.L. Wilby, 2003: Regional climate research. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 84(1), 89-95.

*Li, C., *Y. Zhuang, *S. Frolking, *J. Galloway, R. Harriss, *B. Moore, D. Schimel, and *X. Wang, 2003: Modeling soil organic carbon change in croplands of China. Ecological Applications, 13(2), 327-336.

*McKelvey, R., K.A. Miller, and *P. Golubtsov, 2003: Fish-wars revisited: A stochastic incomplete-information harvesting game. In: Risk, Economic Response and the Environment (J. Wesseler, H.P. Weikard, and R.D. Weaver, eds.). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc., 93-112.

Mearns, L.O. (Ed.), 2003: Issues in the Impacts of Climate Variability and Change on Agriculture: Applications to the Southeastern United States. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers (in press).

Mearns, L.O., 2003: Issues in the impacts of climat variability and change on agriculture. Climatic Change, 60(1-2), 1-6.

Mearns, L.O., *F. Giorgi, *C. Shields, and L. McDaniel, 2003: Climate scenarios for the southeastern US based on GCM and regional modeling simulations. Climatic Change, 60(1-2), 7-35.

PDF FileMiller, K.A., 2003: North American Pacific salmon: A case of fragile cooperation. Report of Norway-FAO Expert Consultation on the Management of Shared Fish Stocks, 7-10 October 2002, Bergen, Norway. FAO Fisheries Report No. 695, Supplement. Rome, Italy: FAO, 105-122.

Miller, K.A., 2003: International salmon management: Challenges and tools. In: X. Augerot (ed.), Atlas of the North Pacific Salmon Ecosystem. Portland, OR: Wild Salmon Center.

Miller K.A., and M.W. Downton, 2003: Transboundary fisheries: Pacific salmon. In: T. Potter and B. Colman (eds.), Handbook of Weather, Climate and Water. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 851-864.

Miller, K.A., and *S. Gloss, 2003: Climate variability: Social, policy and institutional issues. In: Water and Climate in the Western United States (W.L. Lewis, ed.). Boulder, CO: University of Colorado Press, 251-269.

PDF FileMorss, R.E., 2003: Assessing the needs of users of warm season quantitiative precipitation forecasts in Colorado. 17th American Meteorological Society Conference on Hydrology, held February 2003 in Long Beach, Calif.

Nychka, D. and C. Tebaldi, 2003: Comment on "Calculation of Average, Uncertainty Range and Reliability of Regional Climate Changes on AOGCM Simulations Via the REA Method." J. Climate, 16(5), 883-884.

*Pan, X, *W. Gao, M.H. Glantz, and *Y. Honda (Eds.), 2003: Ecosystem Dynamics, Ecosystem-Society Interactions, and Remote Sensing Applications for Semi-Arid and Arid Land. Proceedings of SPIE Conference held 24-27 October 2002 in Hangzhou, China. Vol. 4890. Bellingham, WA: SPIE (International Society for Optical Engineering).

*Reilly, J., *F. Tubiello, *B. McCarl, *D. Abler, *R. Darwin, *K. Fuglie, *S. Hollinger, *C. Izaurralde, *S. Jagtap, *J. Jones, L.O. Mearns, *D. Ojima, *E. Paul, *K. Paustian, *S. Riha, *N. Rosenberg, and *C. Rozenzweig, 2003: US agriculture and climate change: New results. Climatic Change, 57(1-2), 43-69.

*Sanchez-Azofeifa, G.A., *K.L. Castro, *B. Rivard, *M.R. Kalascka, and R.C. Harriss, 2003: Remote sensing research priorities in tropical dry forest environments. Biotropica, 35(2), 134-142.

*Stone, M.C., *R.H. Hotchkiss, and L.O. Mearns, 2003: Water yield responses to high and low spatial resolution climate change scenarios in the Missouri River Basin. Geophysical Research Letters, 30(4), 1186 doi:10.1029/2002/GL016122.

*Tsvetsinskaya, E.A., L.O. Mearns, *T. Mavromatis, *W. Gao, L.R. McDaniel, and M.W. Downton, 2003: The effect of spatial scale of climatic change scenarios on simulated maize, winter wheat, and rice production in the southeastern United States. Climatic Change, 60(1-2), 37-72.

Wilhelmi, O.V., and *J.C. Brunskill, 2003: A meeting summary on GIS in the atmospheric sciences. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.

Ye, Q., M.H. Glantz, *X. Pan, *W. Gao, and *Y. Ma, 2003: Desert Affairs Program: An initiative on integrating research, education and application for sustainable development in arid and semi-arid lands. In: Ecosystem Dynamics, Ecosystem-Society Interactions, and Remote Sensing Applications for Semi -Arid and Arid Land, X. Pan, M.H. Glantz, W. Gao, and Y. Honda (Eds.), Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 4890, 230-236.

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Cullen, H., *A. Kaplan, *P.A. Arkin, and *P.B. deMonocal, 2002: Impact of the North Atlantic Oscillation on Middle Eastern climate and streamflow. Climatic Change, 55(3), 315-338.

Doherty, R., and *M. Hulme, 2002: The relationship between the SOI and extended tropical precipitation in simulations of future climate change. Geophysical Research Letters, 29(10), 10.1029/2001GL014601.

Firor, J.F., 2002: Walter Orr Roberts. In: Volume 1, The Earth System: Physical and Chemical Dimensions of Global Environmental Change (M.C. MacCracken and J.S. Perry, Volume Editors). Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 625.

Firor, J.F. and *J.E. Jacobsen, 2002: The Crowded Greenhouse: Population, Climate Change, and Sustainability. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

*Giorgi, F., and L.O. Mearns, 2002: Calculation of average, uncertainty range, and reliability of regional climate changes from AOGCM simulations via the "reliability ensemble averaging" (REA) method. Journal of Climate, 15, 1141-1158.

Glantz, M.H., 2002: Water shortages and climate change collide in the Amudarya basin. Give and Take, 5(2/3), 27-28.

Glantz, M.H. (ed.), 2002: Water, Climate and Development Issues in the Amudarya Basin. Workshop report of meeting held 18-19 June 2002 in Philadelphia, Pennsyvania. Boulder, CO: ESIG/NCAR.

Glantz, M.H. (ed.), 2002: La Niña and Its Impacts: Facts and Speculation. Tokyo, Japan: United Nations University Press. [Abstract from UNU Press]

Glantz, M.H., 2002: The Aral Sea. In: Volume 4, Responding to Global Environmental Change (M.K. Tolba, Volume Editor). Encylopedia of Global Environmental Change. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 534-536.

Katz, R.W., 2002: Stochastic modeling of hurricane damage. Journal of Applied Meteorology, 41, 754-762.

Katz, R.W., 2002: Techniques for estimating uncertainty in climate change scenarios and impact studies. Climate Research, 20, 167-185.

Katz, R.W., 2002: Sir Gilbert Walker and a connection between El Niño and statistics. Statistical Science, February.

PDF FileKatz, R.W., 2002: Do weather or climate variables and their impacts have heavy-tailed distributions? Preprints, American Meteorological Society, 16th Conference on Probability and Statistics in the Atmospheric Sciences, Orlando, FL (in press).

Katz, R.W., *M.B. Parlange, and *P. Naveau, 2002: Statistics of extremes in hydrology. Advances in Water Resources, 25, 1287-1304.

*McKelvey, R. and K.A. Miller, 2002: The Pacific salmon dispute: Rationalizing a dysfunctional joint venture. Chapter 16 in Sustaining North American Salmon: Perspectives Across Regions and Disciplines, American Fisheries Society, 341-368.

*McKelvey, R., and K.A. Miller, 2002: A stochastic split-stream harvesting model: Insights on information and the Pacific Salmon War. Proceedings, International Conference on Risk and Uncertainty in Environmental and Resource Economics, held in Waginingen, The Netherlands, June 2002.

Miller, K.A., 2002: Book review of The Tornado: Nature's Ultimate Windstorm by T. Grazulis. Journal of the West, 41(4), 88.

Miller, K.A., and *G.R. Munro, 2002: Cooperation and conflict in the management of transboundary fishery resources. Proceedings, Second World Congress of Environment and Resource Economics, Monterey, California, June 2002.

Miller, K.A., S.L. Rhodes, and *L.J. MacDonnell, 2002: Water allocation in a changing climate: Institutions and adaptation. In: K.D. Frederick (ed.), Water Resources and Climate Change. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publications, 487-507.

*Ojima, D.S., *J.M. Lackett, and Central Great Plains Steering Committee and Assessment Team (K. Miller, member), 2002: Preparing for a Changing Climate: The Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change, Central Great Plains. Report for the U.S. Global Change Research Program. Fort Collins: Colorado State University.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., M.W. Downton, and J.Z. Barnard Miller, 2002: Flood Damage in the United States, 1926-2000: A Reanalysis of National Weather Service Estimates. Boulder, CO: UCAR.

*Reddy, K.R., *P.R. Doma, L.O. Mearns, *M.Y.L. Boone, *H.F. Hodges, *A.G. Richardson, and *V.G. Kakani, 2002: Simulating the impacts of climate change on cotton production in the Mississippi Delta. Climate Research, 22(3), 271-281.

*Sanchez-Azofeifa, G.A., R.C. Harriss, *A.L. Storrier, and *T. de Camino-Beck, 2002: Water resources and regional land cover change in Costa Rica: Impacts and economics. Water Resources Development, 18(3), 409-424.

Serafin, R.J., *A.E. Macdonald, and R.L. Gall, 2002: Transition of weather research to operations: Opportunities and challenges. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 83(3), 377-392.

*Visbeck, M., *J.E. Cherry, and H.M. Cullen, 2002: The North Atlantic Oscillation and energy markets in Scandinavia. The Climate Report, 3(4), 2-8.

*Wettstein, J.J. and L.O. Mearns, 2002: The influence of the North Atlantic/Arctic Oscillation on mean, variance and extremes of temperature in the northeastern Unitd States and Canada. Accepted for publication in Journal of Climate.

Wilhelmi, O.V., *K.G. Hubbard, and *D.A. Wilhite, 2002: Spatial representation of agroclimatology in a study of agricultural drought. International Journal of Climatology, 22(11), 1399-1414.

Wilhelmi, O.V. and *D.A. Wilhite, 2002: Assessing vulnerability to agricultural drought: A Nebraska case study. Natural Hazards, 25(1), 37-58.

*Wofsy, S.C., and R.C. Harriss, 2002: The North American Carbon Program (NACP). Report of the NACP Committee of the U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Steering Group. Washington, DC: US Global Change Research Program.

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*Adeel, Z., and M.H. Glantz, 2001: A retrospective study of the 1997-98 El Niño: Identifying major challenges and opportunities. Work In Progress (United Nations University), 16(2), 6-9.

*Cohen, S. and K.A. Miller, 2001: North America. Chapter 15 in Climate Change 2001: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 735-800.

*Agrawala, S., *M. Barlow, H. Cullen, and *B. Lyon, 2001: The drought and humanitarian crisis in Central and Southwest Asia: A climate perspective. Palisades, NY: International Research Institute for Climate Prediction Special Report 01-11.

Downton, M. and R. Pielke, Jr., 2001: Discretion without accountability: Climate, flood damage and presidential politics. Natural Hazards Review, 2(4), 157-166.

Downton, M. and R. A. Pielke, Jr., 2001: Politics and disaster declarations. Natural Hazards Observer, 25(4), 1-3.

*Easterling, W., L.O. Mearns, and *C. Hays, 2001: Comparison of agriculture impacts of climate change calculated from high and low resolution climate model scenarios. Part II: The effect of adaptations. Climatic Change, 51(2).

*Giorgi, F., *P. Whetton, *R. Jones, *J.H. Christenson, L.O. Mearns, *B. Hewitson, *H. von Storch, *R. Francisco, and C. Jack, 2001: Emerging patterns of simulated regional climatic changes for the 21st century due to anthropogenic forcings. Geophysical Research Letters, 28(17), 3317-3321.

Glantz, M.H., 2001: Currents of Change: El Niño and La Niña Impacts on Climate and Society.Second edition, updated with new chapters on Forecasting, La Niña, and The Media. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 252 pp. [Abstract]

Glantz, M.H. (ed.), 2001: Once Burned, Twice Shy? Lessons Learned from the 1997-98 El Niño. Tokyo, Japan: United Nations University Press. 294 pp. [Abstract]

PDF FileGlantz, M.H., 2001: Have we learnt the lessons from the 1997-98 El Niño? Monthly Bulletin, 10(5), National Society of Mining, Petroleum, and Energy, Lima, Peru.

Glantz, M.H., Q. Ye, and *Q. Ge, 2001: China's western region development strategy and the urgent need to address creeping environmental problems. Arid Lands Newsletter, 49. University of Arizona Office of Arid Lands Studies.

*Hulme, M., R. Doherty, *T. Ngara, *M. New, and *D. Lister, 2001: African climate change: 1900-2100. Climate Research, 17, 145-168.

Mearns, L.O. and *M. Hulme (Coordinating Lead Authors), 2001: Climate scenario development. Chapter 13 in Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis, Contribution of Working Group II to the Third Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 739-768.

Mearns, L.O., *W. Easterling, *C. Hays and *D. Marx, 2001: Comparison of agricultural impacts of climate change calculated from high and low resolution climate change model scenarios. Part I: The uncertainty due to spatial scale. Climatic Change, 51(2), 1-42.

Miller, K.A., 2001: Climate and water resources in the west: Past and future. Journal of the West, 40(3), 39-47.

PDF FileMiller, K.A., *G. Munro, *R. McKelvey, and *P. Tyedmers, 2001: Climate, uncertainty and the Pacific Salmon Treaty: Insights on the harvest management game. In: Microbehavior and Macroresults: Proceedings of the Tenth Biennial Conference of the International Institute of Fishery Economics and Trade (IIFET), 10-15 July 2000, Corvallis, OR. Compiled by R.S. Johnston and A.L.Shriver, IIFET, Corvallis, OR.

PDF FileMiller K.A., *G.R. Munro, *T.L. McDorman, *R. McKelvey and *P. Tyedmers, 2001: The 1999 Pacific Salmon Agreement: A sustainable solution to the management game?. Orono, ME: University of Maine, Canadian-American Public Policy Occasional Paper No. 47. 67 pp.

Miller, K.A., 2001: Book review of Due to the Weather: Ways the Elements Affect Our Lives by A. Resnick. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 82(8), 1759.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., 2001: The Development of the U.S. Global Change Research Program, A Policy Case Study Prepared for the 2001 American Meteorological Society Policy Symposium, June.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., 2001: Extreme Weather Sourcebook 2001 Edition, Environmental and Societal Impacts Group National Center For Atmospheric Research and the American Meteorological Society, January.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., 2001: Room for doubt. Nature, 410:151.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., 2001: Weather Research Needs of the Private Sector Workshop Report, U.S. Weather Research Program, Palm Springs. CA, December 2000.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., *J. Rubiera, *C. Landsea, *M. Molina, and R. Klein, 2001: Hurricane Vulnerability in Latin America and the Caribbean, Global Environmental Change, Part B: Natural Hazards, (in press).

*Reilly, J. et al., 2001: Agriculture: The Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change for the United States. US National Assessment of the Potential Consequences of Climate Variability and Change. Agriculture Section Assessment Team (L.O. Mearns, member), US Global Change Research Program. New York: Cambridge University Press.

*Sanchez-Azofeifa, G.A., R.C. Harriss, and *D.L. Skole, 2001: Deforestation in Costa Rica: A quantitative analysis using remote sensing imagery. Biotropica, 33(3), 378-384.

*Sontakke, N.A., D.J. Shea, R.A. Madden, and R.W. Katz, 2001: Potential for long-range regional precipitation prediction over India. Mausam, 52, 47-56.

*Stewart, T. R., *R. Nath, and R. A. Pielke, Jr., 2001: Societal Value of Improved Precipitation Forecasts: A Case Study in Surface Transportation, Final report submitted to the Forecast Systems Laboratory, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

*Stone, M.C., *R.H. Hotchkiss, *C.M. Hubbard, *T.A. Fontaine, L.O. Mearns, and *J.G. Arnold, 2001: Impacts of climate change on the water yield of the Missouri Basin. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (in press).

Tsvetsinskaya, E., L.O. Mearns, and *W. Easterling, 2001: Investigating the effect of seasonal plant growth and development in 3-dimensional atmospheric simulations. Part I: Simulation of surface fluxes over the growing season. Journal of Climate, 14, 692-709.

Tsvetsinskaya, E., L.O. Mearns, and *W. Easterling, 2001: Investigating the effect of seasonal plant growth and development in 3-dimensional atmospheric simulations. Part II: Atmospheric response to crop growth and development. Journal of Climate, 14, 711-729.

Water Cycle Study Group (K.A. Miller, member), 2001: A Plan for a New Science Initiative on the Global Water Cycle. Washington, DC: US Global Change Research Program. 118 pp.

White, K.S. et al. (K.A. Miller, Lead Author), 2001: Technical summary. In: Climate Change 2001: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability. Working Group II Third Assessment Report for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 19-73.

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*Brown, R.A., *N.J. Rosenberg, *W.E. Easterling, *C. Hays, and L.O. Mearns, 2000: Potential productionand environmental switchgrass and traditional crops under current and greenhouse-altered climate in the MINK region of the central United States. Ecology and Agriculture Environment, 78, 31-47.

PDF File*Changnon, S., R.A. Pielke, Jr., *D. Changnon, D., *R.T. Sylves, and *R. Pulwarty, 2000: Human factors explain the increased losses from weather and climate extremes. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 81(3), 437-442.

*Changnon, S., R.A. Pielke, Jr., *D. Changnon, and *L. Wilkins, 2000: Summary: Surprises, lessons learned, and legacy of El Niño 1997/1998. Chapter 8 in S. Changnon (ed.), The 1997/1998 El Niño in the United States. New York: Oxford University Press, 172-196.

*Cohen, S.J, K.A. Miller, *A.F. Hamlet, and *W. Avis, 2000: Climate change and resource management in the Columbia River Basin, Water International, 25(2), 253-272.

*Easterling, D.R., G.A. Meehl, *C. Parmesan, *S.A. Changnon, *T.R. Karl, and L.O. Mearns, 2000: Climate extremes: Observations, modeling, and impacts. Science, 289, 2068-2074.

PDF FileGlantz, M.H., 2000: Lessons Learned from the 1997-98 El Niño: Once Burned, Twice Shy? Executive Summary of the UN project. Tokyo, Japan: United Nations University Press.

Glantz, M.H., 2000: Why care about El Niño and La Niña? In: D. Halpern (ed.), Satellites, Oceanography and Society, Elsevier Oceanography Series 63, New York: Elsevier Science, 149-169.

Glantz, M.H., 2000: Climate-related disaster diplomacy: A U.S.-Cuban case study. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, XIV(1), Autumn-Winter, 233-253.

Glantz, M.H., 2000: Down with Earth Day 2001: Up with an Earth Year. Calypso Log, December, 19-21.

Glantz, M.H., 2000: Water, water, everywhere. . ., Calypso Log, August, 9-11.

Glantz, M.H., 2000: Politics and climate change: A game of COPs and robbers. Calypso Log, February, 9-11.

Glantz, M.H., 2000: Drought follows the plow: A cautionary note. In: Drought: A Global Assessment, D.A. Wilhite (ed.). London: Routledge, 285-291.

Glantz, M.H. et al., 2000: Exploring the Concept of Climate Surprises: A review of the literature on surprises related to climate. [Abstract]

Glantz, M.H. and *Z. Adeel, 2000: Climate Affairs as a next-generation environmental science. Global Environmental Change, 10, 81-85.

Glantz, M.H. and *D. Jamieson, 2000: Societal response to Hurricane Mitch and intra-versus intergenerational equity isues: Whose norms should apply? Special issue of Risk Analysis, 20(6), 869-882.

*Hooke, W. H., and R. A. Pielke, Jr., 2000: Short-term weather prediction: An orchestra in search of a conductor. Chapter 5 in D. Sarewitz, R.A. Pielke, Jr., and R. Byerly (eds.), Prediction: Decision Making and the Future of Nature. Island Press: Washington, DC. 61-84.

Katz, R.W., 2000: Stochastic modeling of damage associated with extreme weather events. Preprints, American Meteorological Society, 12th Conference on Applied Climatology, Asheville, NC, 272-275.

Mearns, L.O., 2000: Climate change and variability. Chapter 1 in: K.A. Reddy and H.F. Hodges (eds.), Climate Change and Global Crop Productivity. New York: Center for Agricultural and Biosciences International, 7-35.

Mearns, L.O.,2000: The importance of spatial scale of climate scenarios for regional climate change impacts analysis: Implications for regional climate modeling activities. In: Preprints of the 10th PSU/NCAR Mesoscale Users' Workshop, 21-22 June 2000 in Boulder, CO. Boulder: Mesoscale and Microscale Division, NCAR, 127-130.

Mearns, L.O., *G. Carbone, W. Gao, L. McDaniel, E. Tsvetsinskaya, *B. McCarl, and R. Adams, 2000: The issue of spatial scale in integrated assessments: An example of agriculture in the southeastern U.S. In: Preprints, 11th Symposium on Global Change Studies, 9-14 January 2000, Long Beach, CA.

Meehl, G.A., *F. Zwiers, *J. Evans, *T. Knutson, L.O. Mearns, and *P. Whetton, 2000: Trends in extreme weather and climate events: Issues related to modeling extremes in projections of future climate change. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 81(3), 427-436.

PDF FileMeehl, G.A., T. Karl, *D.R. Easterling, *S. Changnon, R.A. Pielke Jr., *D. Changnon, *J. Evans, *P. Groisman, *T.R. Knutson, *K.E. Kunkel, L.O. Mearns, *C. Parmesan, *R. Pulwarty, *T. Root, *R.T. Sylves, *P. Whetton, and *F. Zwiers, 2000: An introduction to trends in extreme weather and climate events: Observations, socioeconomic impacts, terrestrial ecological impacts, and model projections. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 81(3), 413-416.

PDF FileMiller K.A., 2000: Pacific salmon fisheries: Climate, information and adaptation in a conflict-ridden context. Climatic Change, 45, 37-61.

Miller K.A., 2000: Managing supply variability: The use of water banks in the western United States. In: D.A. Wilhite (ed.), Drought: A Global Assessment. London: Routledge Press, 70-86.

*Parlange, M.B. and R.W. Katz, 2000: An extended version of the Richardson model for simulating daily weather variables. Journal of Applied Meteorology, 39, 610-622.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 2000: Flood impacts on society: Damaging floods as a framework for assessment. Chapter 21 in D. Parker (ed.), Floods. London: Routledge Press, 133-155.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 2000: Policy history of the U.S. Global Change Research Program: Part I, Administrative development. Global Environmental Change, 10, 9-25.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 2000: Policy history of the U.S. Global Change Research Program: Part II, Legislative process. Global Environmental Change 10, 133-144.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 2000: Policy responses to the 1997-1998 El Niño: Implications for forecast value and the future of climate services. Chapter 7 in S. Changnon (ed.), El Niño 1997-1998: Climate Event of the Century. New York: Oxford University Press, 172-196.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 2000: Reframing the US hurricane problem. In: R.A. Pielke, Jr., and R.A. Pielke, Sr. (eds.), Storms, Volume I. London: Routledge Press, 386-397. A volume in the nine-volume series of Natural Hazards & Disasters Major Works published by Routledge Press as a contribution to the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction.

PDF FilePielke, Jr., R.A. and M.W. Downton, 2000: Precipitation and damaging floods: Trends in the United States, 1932-1997. Journal of Climate, 13(20), 3625-3637.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., M. Downton, J. Z. B. Miller, *S. A. Changnon, *K. E. Kunkel, and *K. Andsager, 2000: Understanding Damaging Floods in Iowa: Climate and Societal Interactions in the Skunk and Raccoon River Basins, Environmental and Societal Impacts Group, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, August.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., and R. Harriss, 2000: Science policy and the NASA Triana Mission. Science, 288, 271.

PDF FilePielke, Jr., R.A., R. Klein, and *D. Sarewitz, 2000: Turning the big knob: Energy policy as a means to reduce weather impacts. Energy and Environment, 11(3), 255-275.

PDF FilePielke, Jr., R.A., *C. W. Landsea, M. Downton, and *R. Muslin, 2000: Evaluation of catastrophe models using a normalized historical record: Why it is needed and how to do it. Journal of Insurance Regulation, 18, 177-194.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., and R. A. Pielke, Sr. (eds.), 2000: Storms, Vols. I and II. Two volumes in the nine-volume series of Natural Hazards & Disasters Major Works published by Routledge Press as a contribution to the International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction. New York: Routledge Press, 345 and 543 pp. [Abstract]

Pielke, Jr., R.A., and R.A. Pielke, Sr., 2000: Introduction to Storms. Chapter 1 in R.A. Pielke, Jr. and R.A. Pielke, Sr. (eds.), Storms, a two-volume contribution to the nine-volume series of Natural Hazards & Disasters Major Works. London, UK: Routledge Press, 3-10.

Pielke, Jr., R.A. and *D. Sarewitz, 2000: Global Warming Anyone? The Washington Times, 2 February.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., and *D. Sarewitz, 2000: Winning and losing the global warming debate. Earth Affairs.

*Rogers, J., *D. Legates, L.O. Mearns, and *J. Winkler, 2000: Climatology. In: G.L. Gaile and C.J. Wilmott (eds.), Geography in America. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

*Sarewitz, D. and R.A. Pielke, Jr., 2000: Breaking the global-warming gridlock.The Atlantic Monthly, 286(1), 55-64.

*Sarewitz, D. and R.A. Pielke, Jr., 2000: Extreme Events: Developing a Research Agenda for the 21st Century. ESIG/NCAR, and the Center for Science, Policy, and Outcomes: Boulder, CO, June.

*Sarewitz, D., R.A. Pielke Jr., and *R.A. Byerly Jr. (eds.), 2000: Prediction: Decision-Making and the Future of Nature. Island Press: Washington, DC.

PDF File*Sarewitz, D., R.A. Pielke Jr., and *R.A. Byerly Jr. (eds.), 2000: Decision making and the future of nature: Understanding, using, and producing predictions. Chapter 18 in D. Sarewitz, R.A. Pielke Jr., and R.A. Byerly Jr.,(eds.), Prediction: Decision Making and the Future of Nature, Island press: Washington, DC. [Abstract]

PDF File*Sarewitz, D., R. A. Pielke, Jr., *R.A. Byerly, 2000: Introduction: Death, Taxes, and Environmental Policy. Chapter 1 in D. Sarewitz, R.A. Pielke, Jr., and R. Byerly (eds.), Prediction: Decision Making and the Future of Nature, Island Press: Washington, DC. [Abstract]

*Schneider, S.H., *W.E. Easterling, and L.O. Mearns, 2000: Adaptation: Sensitivity to natural variability, agent assumptions and dynamic climate changes. Climatic Change, 45, 203-221.

Serafin, R.J. and J.W. Wilson, 2000: Operational weather radar in the United States: Progress and opportunity. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 81(3), 501-518.

Serafin, R.J., J.W. Wilson, *J. McCarthy, and *T.T. Fujita, 2000: Progress in understanding windshear and implications on aviation. In: R.A. Pielke Jr. and R.A. Pielke Sr. (eds.), Storms, Volume II. London: Routledge Press, 237-252.

Serafin, R.J., 2000: Review of NASA's Earth Science Enterprise Research Strategy for 2000-2010. Member of Committee to Review NASA's ESE Science Plan. Washington, DC: Space Studies Board, National Research Council. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

*Streets, D.G. and M.H. Glantz, 2000: Exploring the concept of climate surprise. Global Environmental Change, 10, 97-107.

*Trenberth, K.E., K.A. Miller, L.O. Mearns and *S.L. Rhodes, 2000: Effects of Changing Climate on Weather and Human Activities, Earth Science and Human Impacts Series, Global Change Instruction Program, UCAR. Sausalito, CA: University Science Books.

*Vinocur, M.G. and L.O. Mearns, 2000: The effects of daily and interannual climate variability on peanut crop production in Cordoba, Argentina. In: Preprints, 11th Symposium on Global Change Studies, 9-14 January 2000, Long Beach, CA.

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1999

 

PDF File*Barnston, A.G., M.H. Glantz, and *Y. He, 1999: Predictive skill of statistical and dynamical climate models in SST forecasts during the 1997-98 El Niño episode and the 1998 La Niña onset. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80, 2, 217-242.

*Blaha, D., *K. Bartlett, *P. Czepiel, R. Harriss, and *P. Krill, 1999: Natural and anthropogenic methane sources n New England. Atmospheric Environment, 33, 243-255.

*Chamiedes, W.L., *H. Yu, *C. Liu, *M. Bergin, *Z. Ziuji, L.O. Mearns, *W. Gao, *C.S. Kiang, *R.D. Saylor, *L. Chao, *Y. Huang, *A. Steiner, and F. Giorgi, 1999: A case study of the effects of atmospheric aerosols and regional haze on agriculture: An oportunity to enhance cro yields in China through emission controls? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 96, 13626-13633.

Doherty, R., and L.O. Mearns, 1999: A Comparison of Simulations of Current Climate from Two Coupled Atmosphere-Ocean Global Climate Models Against Observations and Evaluation of Their Future Climates. Report to National Institute for Global Environmental Change (NIGEC). Boulder, CO: ESIG/NCAR.

Firor, J., 1999: Response to "Rolling the Climate Dice." Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80(6), 1149-1150.

Giorgi, F., and L.O. Mearns, 1999: Introduction to special section: Regional climate modeling revisited. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104(D6), 6335-6352.

Glantz, M.H., 1999: Romancing El Niño. Calypso Log, December, 14-15.

Glantz, M.H. (ed.), 1999: Creeping Environmental Problems and Sustainable Development in the Aral Sea Basin. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [Abstract]

Glantz, M.H., 1999: Global Environmental Problems in the Caspian Region. Boulder, CO: ESIG/NCAR.

Glantz, M.H., 1999: The language of global warming. Tiempo, 31, 20-22.

Glantz, M.H., 1999: The dying Aral Sea. Public Affairs Section, Work in Progress: A Review of Research Activities of the United Nations University, 15(2), 12-17.

Glantz, M.H., 1999: El Niño as a hazard-spawner. In: Chapter 4 of J. Ingleton (ed.), The Nature of Hazards. Commemorative volume to celebrate achievements of International Decade for Natural Disaster Reduction. Leicester, UK: Tudor Rose Publishers, 78-79.

Glantz, M.H., 1999: Aral Sea: Going, going... almost gone. Calypso Log, July, 20-21.

Glantz, M.H., 1999: What we know and don't know about El Niño: A discussion paper. School of Marine Affairs 25th Anniversary: Proceedings of Public Program. Seattle, WA: School of Marine Affairs, 85-89.

Katz, R.W., 1999: Moments of power transformed time series. Environmetrics 10, 301-307.

Katz, R.W. and *X. Zheng, 1999: Mixture model for overdispersion of precipitation. Journal of Climate, 12, 2528-2537.

Katz, R.W., 1999: Techniques for estimating uncertainty in climate change scenarios and impact studies. In: T.R. Carter, M. Holme, and D. Viner (eds.), Representing Uncertainty in Climate Change Scenarios and Impact Studies. Proceedings of ECLAT-2 Helsinki Workshop. Norwich, UK: Climatic Research Unit, 38-53.

Katz, R.W., 1999: Review of Computational Statistics in Climatology, by I. Polyak. Climatic Change, 41, 127-130.

Katz, R.W., 1999: Extreme value theory for precipitation: Sensitivity analysis for climate change. Advances in Water Resources 23, 133-139.

PDF File*Kunkel, K.E., R.A. Pielke Jr., and *S.A. Changnon, 1999: Temporal Fluctuations in Weather and climate extremes that cause economic and human health impacts: A review. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80(6), 1077-1098.

*Landsea, C. L., R. A. Pielke, Jr., *A. Mestas-Nuñez, and *J. Knaff, 1999: Atlantic Basin hurricanes: Indices of climate changes. Climate Change, 42, 89-129. Reprinted at pp. 89-130 in T. Karl, N. Nicholls, and A. Ghazi (eds.), Weather and Climate Extremes: Changes, Variations, and a Perspective From the Insurance Industry. 1999, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Madden, R.A., D.J. Shea, R.W. Katz, and J.W. Kidson, 1999: The potential long-range predictability of precipitation over New Zealand. International Journal of Climatology, 19, 405-421.

Magistro, J., 1999: Book review of Famine Crimes: Politics and the Disaster Relief Industry in Africa by A. De Wall. American Anthropologist, 100(3), 844-845.

Magistro, J., 1999: Book review of Living Under Contract: Contract Farming and Agrarian Transformation in Sub-Saharan Africa by P.D. Little and M.J. Watts (eds.). Journal of Political Ecology (internet journal), 6.

*McKelvey, R., and K. Miller, 1999: Cooperative management of transboundary shared stocks: Some principles drawn from the theory of games. Abstracts, Ecosystem Considerations in Fisheries Management, Sixteenth Lowell Wakefield Fisheries Symposium. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska Sea Grant.

Mearns, L.O., *I. Bogardi, F. Giorgi, *I. Matyasovszky, and *M. Palecki, 1999: Comparison of climate change scenarios generated from regional climate model experiments and statistical downscaling. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104(D6), 6603-6621.

Mearns, L.O., T. Mavromatis, and E. Tsvetsinskaya, 1999: Comparative responses of EPIC and CERES crop models to high and low spatial resolution climate change scenarios. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104, D6, 6623-6646.

Miller, K.M. (Panel Member), Panel on the Human Demensions of Seasonal-to-Interannual Climate Variability, 1999: Making Climate Forecasts Matter. P.C. Stern and W. Easterling (eds.). Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

*Mosher, B.W., *P.M. Czepiel, R.C. Harriss, *J.H. Shorter, *C.E. Kolb, *J.B. McManus, *E. Allwine, and *B.K. Lamb, 1999: Methane emissions at nine landfill sites in the northeastern United States. Environmental Science and Technology, 33(12), 2088-2094.

*Ojima D., *L. Garcia, *E. Elgaali, K.A. Miller, *T. Kittel and *J. Lackett, 1999: Potential climate change impact on water resources in the Great Plains, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 35(6), 1443-1454.

*Pfaff, A., *K. Broad, and M.H. Glantz, 1999: Who benefits from climate forecasts? Nature, 397, 25 February, 645-646.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., 1999: Hurricane forecasting. Science, 284, 1123.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., 1999: Seismic warning. The Economist, 27 February.

PDF FilePielke Jr., R.A., 1999: Nine fallacies of floods. Climatic Change, 42, 413-438.

PDF FilePielke, Jr., R.A., 1999: Who Decides? Forecasts and responsibilities in the 1997 Red River flood. American Behaviorial Science Review 7, 2, 83-101.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., M. Betsill, M. Downton, J. Firor, *D. Jamieson, R. Katz, M. Lahsen, J. Magistro, L. Mearns and K. Miller, 1999: Book review of Human Choice and Climate Change, S. Rayner and E. Malone, eds. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80(7), 1441-1443.

Pielke, Jr., R.A. and M.W. Downton, 1999: U.S. trends in streamflow and precipitation: Using societal impact data to address an apparent paradox. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80(7), 1435-1436.

Pielke, R.A. Jr., B. Enosh, A. Gutierrez, and *M. Mercer, 1999: Extreme Weather Sourcebook: An Educational Report on Damages in the United States Related to Tornadoes, Floods, and Hurricanes. Boulder, CO: ESIG/NCAR.

PDF FilePielke, Jr., R.A., and *C.W. Landsea, 1999: La Niña, El Niño, and Atlantic Hurricane Damages in the United States. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 80(10), 2027-2033.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., *D. Sarewitz, *R. Byerly, and D. Jamieson, 1999: Prediction in the earth sciences: Use and misuse in policy making. EOS: Transactions of the American Geophysical Society, 80, #309 ff.

Pielke, R.A. Jr., C. Simonpietri, and J. Oxelson, 1999: Thirty Years After Hurricane Camille: Lessons Learned, Lessons Lost. Boulder, CO: ESIG/NCAR.

*Sarewitz, D. and R. A. Pielke, Jr., 1999: Prediction in Science and Policy. Technology in Society, 21,121-133.

*Sarewitz, D., R.A. Pielke Jr., and *R. Byerly Jr., 1999: Prediction: A process, not a product. Geotimes, 44(4), 29-31.

*Sarewitz, D., and R.A. Pielke Jr., 1999: Prediction in science and policy. Technology in Society, 21, 121-133. Reprinted as Chapter 3 in D. Sarewitz, R. A. Pielke, Jr., and R. Byerly, (eds.), 2000: Prediction: Decision Making and the Future of Nature. Island Press.

Serafin, R.J., 1999: A Question of Balance: Private Rights and the Public Interest in Scientific and Technical Databases. Chair, Committee for a Study on Promoting Access to Scientific and Technical Data for the Public Interest, National Research Council. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Tsvetsinskaya, E., L.O. Mearns, and *W.E. Easterling, 1999: Investigating the effect of seasonal plant growth and development in 3-dimensional atmospheric simulations. Proceedings of the Ninth International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference, Brest, France, 30 May-4 June 1999. San Francisco, CA: International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers.

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1998

 

*Betsill, M.M. and R.A. Pielke, Jr., 1998: Blurring the boundaries: Domestic and international ozone politics and lessons for climate change. International Environmental Affairs, 10(3), 147-172.

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. Hayes, 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. Journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 90, 9051-9063.

*Giorgi, F., L.O. Mearns, *C. Shields, and L. McDaniel, 1998: Regional nested model simulations of present-day and 2 x CO2 climate over the Central 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: 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: 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: El Niño, La Niña, and freshwater resources. Our Planet, 9(4), 27-29.

Glantz, M.H., and *R.M. Figueroa, 1998: 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 South-East 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. ANL/DIS/TM-46. Argonne, IL: Argonne National Laboratory Report, 86 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 in 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. [Abstract]

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

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 1998: Extreme weather and societal impacts: What are the facts? C2GCR Quarterly, 98-3, 5ff. Montreal, Canada: McGill University.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 1998: Forecasting danger: The science of disaster prediction. Microsoft Encarta Encyclopedia. December.

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

Pielke, Jr., R.A. 1998: The National Center for Atmospheric Research. A Historical Guide to the U.S. Government, Ed. G.T. Kurian. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 74-75.

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 *R. Byerly Jr., 1998: Beyond basic and applied. Physics Today, 51(2), 42-46.

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

PDF FilePielke, Jr., R.A., and *C.W. Landsea, 1998: Normalized Hurricane Damages in the United States: 1925-1995. Weather and Forecasting, 13, 351-361.

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, WMO Tropical Meteorology Research Programme Report Series, Report No. 59, WMO/TD, No. 875.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., D. Sarewitz, and R. Byerly, 1998: Prediction in the Earth Sciences: Use and Misuse in Policy Making. Report of Workshop held 10-12 September 1998, Estes Park, Colorado. ESIG/NCAR.

*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. McKenney, 1998: Climate change and forest fire potential in Russian and Canadian boreal forests. Climatic Change, 38, 1-13.

*Wescoat, J.L., and M.H. Glantz, 1998: What can we learn from analogies? Comparing the Aral Sea and Colorado River Basin water problems. Paper presented at SSRC (Social Science Research Council) Aral Sea Basin Workshop, held 18-21 May 1998 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

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1997

 

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

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

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. and *R.M. Figueroa, 1997: Does the Aral Sea merit heritage status? Global Environmental Change, 7(4), 357-380.

Glantz, M.H., 1997: Drought and desertification. In Encyclopedia of Africa: South of the Sahara (J. Middleton, Ed.), Vol. 1. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 502-504.

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

Glantz, M.H., 1997. Climatic shifts: Omens of global warming? In Restless Earth: Nature's Awesome Powers, 216-283. Washington, DC: National Geographic Society.

Glantz, M.H. (ed.), 1997: Using Science Against Famine: Food Security, Famine Early Warning and El Niño. Special Issue of the Internet Journal for African Studies, March.

Glantz, M.H., and *I. Zonn (eds.), 1997: Scientific, Environmental, and Political Issues in the Circum-Caspian Region. NATO ASI Series 29. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Glantz, M.H. (ed.), 1997: A Systems Approach to ENSO: Atmospheric, Oceanic, Societal, Environmental, and Policy Perspectives. Advanced Study Program Summer Colloquium, 20 July - 1 August.

Glantz, M.H., 1997: The global challenge. The World & I, 12(5), 24-31.

Glantz, M.H., *A.T. Brook, and *P. Parisi, 1997: Rates and Processes of Amazon Deforestation. Boulder, CO: ESIG/NCAR.

Glantz, M.H., M. Betsill and K. Crandall, 1997: Food Security in Southern Africa: Assessing the Use and Value of ENSO Information. NOAA Project Report. Boulder, CO: ESIG/NCAR.

Glantz, M.H. and *G.C. Strait, 1997: Our global commons. The World & I, 12(5), 20-23.

Glantz, M.H. and *I. Zonn, 1997. Lessons from the rising Caspian. The World & I, 12(8), 174-179.

Katz, R.W. and *A.H. Murphy (eds.), 1997: Economic Value of Weather and Climate Forecasts. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Katz, R.W. and *A.H. Murphy, 1997: Forecast value: Prototype decision-making models. In Economic Value of Weather and Climate Forecasts, R.W. Katz and A.H. Murphy (eds.), Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 183-217.

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.

*Malmquist D., and R.A. Pielke Jr., (ed.), 1997. Tropical Cyclones and Climate Variability: A Research Agenda for the Next Century (Risk Prediction Initiative, Bermuda Biological Station for Research).

Mearns, L.O., 1997: On the use of statistics to evaluate climate model experiments. Climatic Change 37(3), 443-448.

Mearns, L.O. and *C. Rosenzweig, 1997: Formation of climate change scenarios incorporating changes in daily climate variability and application to crop models. Chapter 15 in Assessing Climate Change: The Story of the Model Evaluation Consortium for Climate Assessment, W. Howe and A. Henderson-Sellers (eds.), Harwood Academic Publishers, 281-296.

Mearns, L.O., *C. Rosenzweig, and *R. Goldberg, 1997: Mean and variance change in climate scenarios: Methods, agricultural applications, and measures of uncertainty. Climatic Change, 35(4), 367-396.

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 the International Workshop on Regional Climate Modeling, Beijing, October 20 -23. Beijing: START Regional Center for Temperate East Asia.

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. Briefing Document for the Great Plains Regional Assessment, May 1997, Ft. Collins, 5 pp.

PDF FileMiller, K.A., 1997: Climate Variability, Climate Change and Western Water. Report to the Western Water Policy Review Commission. Springfield, VA: National Technical Information Service.

Miller, K.A., 1997: Use of mathematical models in policy evaluation: Comments. In Modeling Environmental Policy, W.E. Martin and L.A. McDonald (eds.). Boston, MA: Kluwer, 185-197.

Miller, K.A., S.L. Rhodes and *L.J. MacDonnell, 1997: Water allocation in a changing climate: Institutions and Adaptation. Climatic Change 35, 157-177.

Miller, K.A., S.L. Rhodes and *L.J. MacDonnell, 1997: Global change in microcosm: The case of U.S. water institutions. Policy Sciences 29(4), 271-290.

PDF FilePielke, Jr., R. A., 1997: Asking the Right Questions: Meteorological Research and Societal Needs. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 78(2), 255-264.

Pielke, Jr. R.A., 1997: In Climatic Change, 35:531-535, Review of The Great Flood of 1993: Causes, Impacts, and Responses, S. A. Changnon, (ed.) Westview Press: Boulder, CO, 1996.

Pielke, Jr., R. A. 1997: Meeting the Promise of Flood Forecasting. Natural Hazards Observer 22 (1):8-9.

Pielke, Jr., R.A. 1997: "Reframing the U.S. Hurricane Problem." Society and Natural Resources, 10, 485-499.

Pielke, Jr., R. A. 1997: Report of the Workshop on the Social and Economic Impacts of Weather, Environmental and Societal Impacts Group, National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, May.

Pielke, Jr., R. A. 1997: Trends in hurricane impacts in the United States. Crop Insurance Today 30(3):8-10,18.

Pielke, Jr. R. A. 1997: Will we learn the lessons of Grand Forks? Disaster Research 227, 3 July 1997.

Pielke, Jr., R. A., 1997: Will we learn the lessons of Grand Forks? National Coordinating Council on Emergency Management (NCCEM) Bulletin, 14(10), 7, 9.

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., *J. Kimpel, *C. Adams, *J. Baker, *S. Changnon, *K. Heideman, *P. Leavitt, *R. N. Keener, J. McCarthy, K. Miller, *A. Murphy, *R. S. Pulwarty, *R. Roth, *E. M. Stanley, Sr., *T. Stewart, and *T. Zacharias, 1997: Societal aspects of weather: Report of the Sixth Prospectus Development Team of the U.S. Weather Research Program to NOAA and NSF. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 78:867-876.

Pielke, Jr., R. A. and *R. A. Pielke, Sr., 1997: Hurricanes: Their Nature and Impacts on Society. New York: John Wiley & Sons. 279 pp.

Pielke Jr., R. A. and *R. A. Pielke Sr., 1997: Societal vulnerability to hurricanes: Considerations on the use of long-range forecasts. In H. Diaz and R. Pulwarty (eds.), Hurricanes: Climatic Change and Socioeconomic Impacts: A Current Perspective. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 147-184.

Pielke, Jr., R. A. and and D. Sarewitz, 1997: Prediction in the Earth Sciences: Use and Misuse in Policy Making. Report of Workshop held 10-12 July 1997, Boulder, Colorado. ESIG/NCAR.

*Rubinstein, A.Z. and M.H. Glantz, 1997: Aral Sea. Supplement to the Modern Enclopedia Russian, Soviet & Eurasian History, Vol. 2. Gulf Breeze, FL: Academic International Press, 124-128.

Schimel, D.S., *M. Grubb, *F. Joos, *R.K. Kaufmann, *R. Moss, *W. Ogana, *R. Richels, and T.M.L. Wigley (K. Miller, contributing author), 1997: Stabilization of Atmospheric Greenhouse Gases: Physical, Biological, and Socio-Economic Implications. IPCC Technical Paper No. 3. Geneva, Switzerland: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Wolde-Georgis, T., 1997: Land, peasants and state in Ethiopia. Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives, 16(977), 335-349.

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1996

 

*Changnon, S.A., and M.H. Glantz, 1996: The Great Lakes diversion at Chicago and its implications for climate change. Climatic Change, 32, 199-214.

Firor, J., *M. Toman, and *J. Darmstadter, 1996: The IPCC and the Framework Convention on Climate Change. Resources, summer 1996, 10-13.

*Giorgi, F., L. Mearns, *C. Shields, and *L. Mayer, 1996: A Regional Model Study of the Importance of Local versus Remote Controls of the 1988 Drought and the 1993 Flood over the Central United States. J. Climate 9:1150-1162.

Glantz, M.H., 1996: El Niño's impact on North America's skiing: Do we really want to know? NSAA Newsletter, October/November, 10-11.

Glantz, M.H., 1996: Currents of Change: El Niño's Impact on Climate and Society. Cambridge University Press. 194 pp. [Abstract]

Glantz, M.H., 1996: Holding court on global warming. Our Planet, 7, 5 28-5 29.

Glantz, M.H., 1996: Science in the service of society. The ENSO Signal, 5, 3-5.

Glantz, M.H., 1996: Sustainable development and creeping environmental problems in the Aral Sea region. Final Report: International Conference on Sustainable Development of the Aral Sea Basin, Nukus, Uzbekistan, 67-79.

Glantz, M.H., 1996: An outsider's view of the world of natural hazards. Preprints, Conference on Natural Disaster Reduction, 29 September-2 October 1996, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, 5-11.

Glantz, M.H., 1996: Creeping environment phenomena in the Aral Sea basin. UNEP Technical Publication Series 4: Forum on the Caspian, Aral and Dead Seas. Tokyo, Japan: International Environment Technology Centre, 6-7.

Glantz, M.H., 1996: Usable Science III: ENSO and Extreme Events in Southeast Asia. Proceedings of Workshop held 23-26 October 1995 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Boulder, Colorado: National Center for Atmospheric Research.

Glantz, M.H., 1996: Forecasting by analogy: Local responses to global climate change. Adapting to Climate Change: Assessments and Issues, J.B. Smith, N. Bhatti, G. Menzhulin, R. Benioff, M.I. Budyko, M. Campos, B. Jallow, and F. Ruksberman, Eds., Springer-Verlag, 407-425.

Glantz, M.H., 1996: Are famines so difficult to predict? Internet Journal of African Studies 1.

Glantz, M.H. and *M. Nakayama, 1996: Creeping environmental problems in the Aral Sea basin and need of international efforts. Journal of Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering, 64, 23-26. (In Japanese)

Glantz, M.H., and *I.S. Zonn, 1996: Scientific, environmental, and political problems in the Caspian region. Arid Ecosystems, 2, 2 128-2 130. (In Russian)

*Hordijk, L., *C. Kroeze, *J. Alcamo, *T. Davies, *D. J. Drewery, *D. Ford, L. Mearns, *R. R. Wright, 1996: Evaluation of the Finnish Research Programme on Climate Change SILMU. Helsinki: Publications of the Academy of Finland. 61 pp.

Katz, R.W., 1996: Use of conditional stochastic models to generate climate change scenarios. Climatic Change, 32, 237-255.

Katz, R.W., and *M.B. Parlange, 1996: Mixtures of stochastic processes: Application to statistical downscaling. Climate Research, 7, 185-193.

Katz, R.W., 1996: Statistical description of climate and detection of change. In K.A. Miller and R.K. Parkin, eds., An Institute on the Economics of the Climate Resource, Final Report. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 205-230.

Katz, R.W., 1996: Valuation of improved weather forecasts. In K.A. Miller and R.K. Parkin, eds., An Institute on the Economics of the Climate Resource, Final Report. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 259-274.

Katz, R.W., and *M.B. Parlange, 1996: Overdispersion phenomenon in stochastic modeling of daily precipitation. Preprints, American Meteorological Society Thirteenth Conference on Probability and Statistics in Atmospheric Sciences. 21-23 February 1996, San Francisco, California, 291-294.

Mearns, L. O., *C. Rosenzweig, and R. Goldberg, 1996: The Effect of Changes in Daily and Interannual Climatic Variability on CERES-wheat: A Sensitivity Study. Climatic Change, 32: 257-292.

Mearns, L. , 1996: contributor to Climate Change 1995, The Science of Climate Change, Contribution of Working Group I to the Second Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Chapter 6, Climate Models: Projections of Future Climate, sections on regional climate modeling (6.6), extreme events (6.5), and variability (6.4). IPCC, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. pp. 285-358.

Mearns, L. O., 1996: Crop Models: The importance of Variability and Extremes. In: K. A. Miller and R. K. Parkin (eds.) An Institute on the Economics of the Climate Resource. Final Report of Workshop 5-7 June, 1995. Environmental and Social Impacts Group, National Center for Atmospheric Research. pp. 291-330.

Miller, K.A., 1996: Salmon stock variability and the political economy of the Pacific Salmon Treaty. Contemporary Economic Policy, 14, 3 112-3 129.

Miller, K.A. 1996: "Water banking: Management of supply variability." In: Advances in the Economics of Environmental Resources Vol. 1, Darwin C. Hall (Ed.). Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press Inc., 185-210.

Miller, K.A., and R.K. Parkin, eds., 1996: An Institute on the Economics of the Climate Resource, Final Report. NOAA contract #NA94AANAG0380. Boulder, Colorado: National Center for Atmospheric Research.

Miller, K.A., 1996: Economics of the climate resource. In Preprints, Symposium on Environmental Applications, 28 January -2 February 1996. Atlanta, Georgia: American Meteorological Society, 44-45.

Pielke, Jr. R.A., 1996: Review of As Climate Changes: International Impacts and Implications, K.M. Strzepek and J.B. Smith, eds., New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996. In Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 77, 1867-1870.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 1996: Exposing exposure: Societal dimensions of hurricane risk. Insurance Specialist, 2(1), 46-47.

Pielke Jr., R. A. 1996: Midwest Flood of 1993: Weather, Climate, and Societal Impacts, Environmental and Societal Impacts Group, National Center for Atmospheric Research, October 22, 159 pp. [Abstract]

Pielke, Jr., R.A. and *R. Byerly, Jr. 1996: Effective U.S. science continued. Science, 271, 1218-1219.

Rhodes, S.L. and *S.E. Wheeler, 1996: Rural electrification and irrigation in the U.S. High Plains. Journal of Rural Studies, 12, 3 311-3 317.

*K. Trenberth, S.L. Rhodes, K.A. Miller, and L.O. Mearns, 1996: Weather associated with climate change. Boulder, Colorado: UCAR Global Change Instruction Program.

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1995

 

*Brown, B., L. O. Mearns, and L. McDaniel, 1995: Climatological characteristics of spatial scaling of hourly precipitation. In Preprints of the AMS Ninth Conference on Applied Climatology, January 15-20, 1995. American Meteorological Society: Boston, pp. 362-367.

*Brown, B.G., and R.W. Katz. 1995: "Regional analysis of temperature extremes: Spatial analogue for climate change?" Journal of Climate 8, 108-119.

*Byerly Jr., R., and R.A. Pielke Jr. 1995: "The changing ecology of United States science." Science, 269, 1531-1532. Reprinted as Chapter 18 in A. H. Teich, S. D. Nelson, and C. McEnaney (eds.), AAAS Science and Technology Yearbook 1996/97. Washington, DC: AAAS.

*Chu, P.-S., R.W. Katz, and *P. Ding. 1995: "Modelling and forecasting seasonal precipitation in Florida: A vector time-domain approach." International Journal of Climatology 15, 53-64.

Downton, M.W. 1995: "Measuring tropical deforestation: Development of the Methods." Environmental Conservation 22 (3), 229-240.

Firor, J., 1995: Rhythm of the earth. In Triumph of Discovery: A Chronicle of Great Adventures in Science. New York, New York: Henry Holt and Company, 52-55.

Glantz, M.H., 1995: Drought follows the plow: Cultivating marginal areas. Climate Variability, Climate Change and Social Vulnerability in the Semi-Arid Tropics, J.C. Ribot, A.R. Magalh es and S. Panagides, Eds., 125-128.

Glantz, M.H. 1995: "Assessing the impacts of climate: The issue of winners and losers in a global climate change context." In: Climate Change Research: Evaluation and Policy Implications, S. Zwerver, R.S.A.R. van Rompaey, M.T.J. Kok and M.M. Berk (Eds.). Amsterdam: Elsevier, 41-54.

Glantz, M.H.. 1995: "Desertification contributes to world hunger." In: Hunger, S. Barbour (Ed.). San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 40-41.

Glantz, M.H. 1995: "The quest for usable science." Tibo, 16 June. London, UK: Institute for Environment and Development, 9-10.

Glantz, M.H. 1995: "The science and politics of global warming." Insurance Specialist 1, 10-12.

Glantz, M.H. (Ed.). 1995: Usable Science II: The Potential Use and Misuse of El Nino Information in North America. Proceedings of a Workshop held 31 October-3 November 1994 in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 201 pp.

Jamieson, D. 1995: "Climatic change." In: Encyclopedia of Bioethics, Volume 1 (Revised Edition), W. Reich (Ed.). New York, NY: Macmillan Library Reference, 393-399.

Jamieson, D., and *C. Herrick. 1995: "The social construction of acid rain: Some implications for science/policy assessment." Global Environmental Change 5, 105-112.

Jamieson, D., *J. Lemons, *R. Heredia, and *C. Splash. 1995: "Climate change and sustainable development." In: Sustainable Development in Science, Ethics, and Law, J. Lemons and D. Brown (Eds.). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Publishing Company, 110-157.

Katz, R.W. 1995: Comments on "Binomial and negative binomial analogues under correlated Bernoulli trials," by R. Viveros et al. (with reply). American Statistician 49, 325-326.

Katz, R.W. 1995: "Mixtures of stochastic processes: Application to generation of climate change scenarios." Preprints, Sixth International Meeting on Statistical Climatology, Galway, Ireland, 527-530.

Katz, R.W. 1995: "Role of stochastic weather generators in climate impact assessment." Preprints, AMS Ninth Conference on Applied Climatology, Dallas, Texas, 269-272.

Katz, R.W., and *M.B. Parlange. 1995: "Generalizations of chain-dependent processes: Application to hourly precipitation." Water Resources Research 31, 1331-1341.

Mason, M. 1995: "Aluminum production, greenhouse gas emissions, and sustainable development in the Brazilian rainforest." In: Sustainable Development: The view from the Less Industrialized Countries, J.M. Najera (Ed.). Proceedings from the 1994 Congreso Internacional de Ecologia y Medio Ambiente, 20-24 June 1994, 433-451.

Mearns, L. O., *F. Giorgi, L. McDaniel, *C. Shields, 1995: Analysis of the Diurnal Range and Variability of Daily Temperature in a Nested Modeling Experiment: Comparison with Observations and 2*CO2 Results. Climate Dynamics 11: 193-209.

Mearns, L. O., *F. Giorgi, L. McDaniel, and *C. Shields, 1995: Analysis of the Variability of Daily Precipitation in a Nested Modeling Experiment: Comparison with Observations and 2*CO2 Results. Global and Planetary Change 10: 55-78.

Mearns, L. O., C. Rosenzweig, and R. Goldberg, 1995: Sensitivity of the CERES-Wheat model to changes in daily climatic variability. In Preprints of the AMS Ninth Conference on Applied Climatology, January 15-20, 1995. American Meteorological Society: Boston, pp. 368-371.

Mearns, L. O., 1995: Methodological issues concerning the determination of the effects of changing climatic variability on crop yields. Climate Change and International Impacts, American Society of Agronomy Special Publication No. 59, Madison: ASA, Chap. 6, pp. 123-146.

Pielke, Jr., R.A. 1995: Hurricane Andrew in South Florida: Mesoscale Weather and Societal Responses. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG. [Abstract]

Pielke, Jr., R.A. 1995: "Preparing for the past: Global warming and responses to hurricanes in the United States." Insurance Specialist 1, 7, 15-16.

Pielke, Jr., R.A. 1995: "Taming the Wind." The Geographical Magazine 67(10), 17-20.

Pielke, Jr., R.A. 1995: "Usable information for policy: An appraisal of the U.S. Global Change Research Program." Policy Sciences 38, 39-77.

Pielke Jr., R. A., 1995: Report of the Weather Impacts Assessment Workshop, 8-9 August, ESIG/NCAR, Boulder, CO, 11 September.

PDF FilePielke Jr., R.A., and M.H. Glantz, 1995: Serving Science and Society: Lessons from Large-Scale Atmospheric Science Programs. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 76(12), 2445-2458.

*Takle, E. and L. O. Mearns, 1995: Temperature means, extremes, and variability in the US Midwest: analysis of observed data and global and regional model results. In Preprints of the AMS Ninth Conference on Applied Climatology, January 15-20, 1995. American Meteorological Society: Boston, pp. 202-205.

*Shea, D.J., *N.A. Sontakke, *R.A. Madden, and R.W. Katz. 1995: "The potential for long-range prediction over India for the southwest monsoon season: An analysis of variance approach." Preprints, Sixth International Meeting on Statistical Climatology, Galway, Ireland, 475-477.

*Takle, E. S., and L. O. Mearns, 1995: Midwest temperature means, extremes, and variability: Analysis of results from climate models. In: G. R. Carmichael, G. E. Folk, and J. L. Schnoor (eds.), Preparing for Global Change: A Midwestern Perspective, Amsterdam: SPB Academic Publishing, Ch. II-8, pp. 133-140.

*Takle, E. S., and L. O. Mearns, 1995: Midwest temperature means, extremes, and variability: Analysis of observed data. In: G. R. Carmichael, G. E. Folk, and J. L. Schnoor (eds.), Preparing for Global Change: A Midwestern Perspective, Amsterdam: SPB Academic Publishing, Ch. II-7, pp. 127-132.

*Tarleton, L.F., and R.W. Katz. 1995: "Statistical explanation for trends in extreme summer temperatures at Phoenix, Arizona." Journal of Climate 8, 1704-1708.

Wolde-Georgis, T. 1995: "The limits of land reform implementation in resource-poor societies." Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives 14, Nos. 1-2, 39-53.

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1994

 

*Brown, B.G., and R.W. Katz. 1994: "A historical perspective on the role of statistics in teleconnections research." In Usable Science: Food Security, Early Warning and El Nino, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Proceedings of workshop held 25-28 October 1993 in Budapest, Hungary. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 53-64.

*Changnon, S.A., and M.H. Glantz. 1994: "Summary of findings." In: The Lake Michigan Diversion at Chicago and Urban Drought: Past, Present and Future Regional Impacts and Responses to Global Climate Change, S.A. Changnon (Ed.). Boulder, Colorado: UCAR, 187-220.

Downton, M.W. 1994: "Deforestation in Brazil's legal Amazon and the roles of science, measurement and uncertainty." In: Creeping Environmental Phenomena and Societal Responses to Them, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Proceedings of Workshop held 7-10 February 1994 in Boulder, Colorado. NCAR/ESIG, 101-112.

Firor, J., 1994: Global Warming. American Association of Physics Teachers, Am. J. of Physics 62, 490-495.

Glantz, M.H. (Ed.). 1994: Creeping Environmental Phenomena and Societal Responses to Them. Proceedings of Workshop held 7-10 February 1994 in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 274 pp.

Glantz, M.H. 1994: "Creeping environmental phenomena: Are societies equipped to deal with them?" In: Creeping Environmental Phenomena and Societal Responses to Them, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Proceedings of Workshop held 7-10 February 199 4 in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 1-10.

Glantz, M.H. 1994: "Creeping environmental phenomena in the Aral region." In Creeping Environmental Phenomena and Societal Responses to Them. Proceedings of Workshop held 7-10 February 1994 in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 175-190.

Glantz, M.H. 1994: "Eradicating famines in theory and practice: Thoughts on early warning systems." In: Usable Science: Food Security, Early Warning and El Nino, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Proceedings of Workshop held 25-28 October 1993 in Budapest, Hungary. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 85-94.

Glantz, M.H. 1994: "Forecasting El Nino: Science's gift to the 21st century." EcoDecision 12, April, 78-81.

Glantz, M.H. (Ed.). 1994: Drought Follows the Plow: Cultivating Marginal Areas. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 197 pp.

Glantz, M.H. 1994: "Drought follows the plow." In: Climate Variation, Vulnerability and Sustainable Development in Semiarid Regions, J.C. Ribot, A. Magalhaes and S. Panagides (Eds.). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Glantz, M.H. 1994: "Drought, desertification, and food production." In: Drought Follows the Plow: Cultivating Marginal Areas, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 7-32.

Glantz, M.H. 1994: "La Secheresse." In: Terres du Futur. Paris, France: Les Editions UNESCO Jeunes Plus, 66-69. (In French).

Glantz, M.H. 1994: "Is the stork outrunning the plow?" In: Drought Follows the Plow: Cultivating Marginal Areas, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 171-175.

Glantz, M.H. 1994: The Impacts of Climate on Fisheries. UNEP Environment Library No. 13. Nairobi, Kenya: UN Environment Programme, 36 pp.

Glantz, M.H. 1994: The Role of Regional Organizations in the Context of Climate Change. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer-Verlag. 208 pp.

Glantz, M.H. 1994: "The West African Sahel." In: Drought Follows the Plow: Cultivating Marginal Areas, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 33-43.

Glantz, M.H. (Ed.). 1994: Usable Science: Food Security, Early Warning and El Nino. Proceedings of Workshop held 25-28 October 1993 in Budapest, Hungary. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 250 pp.

Glantz, M.H., and *M. Mason. 1994: "Urban drought." In: The Lake Michigan Diversion at Chicago and Urban Drought: Past, Present and Future Regional Impacts and Responses to Global Climate Change, S.A. Changnon (Ed.). Boulder, Colorado: UCAR, 163-186.

Glantz, M.H., and *I.S. Zonn. 1994: Selected Bibliography on the Aral Sea Problem. Moscow, Russia: Russian National Committee for UNEP.

Jamieson, D. 1994: "What society will expect from the future research community." Science and Engineering Ethics.

Jamieson, D. 1994: "La politica ambientale americana." Il progretto 81/82, 25-28.

Jamieson, D, and Lori Gruen (Eds.). 1994. Reflecting on nature: Readings in environmental philosophy. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Katz, R.W. 1994: "Trends in frequency of extreme temperatures: Implications for impact studies." Proceedings, DOE Workshop on Asymmetric Change of Daily Temperature Range, 27-30 September 1993, College Park, Maryland. Springfield, V irginia: National Technical Information Service, 429-431.

Katz, R.W., and *B.G. Brown. 1994: "Sensitivity of extreme events to climate change: the case of autocorrelated time series." Environmetrics 5, 451-462.

Katz, R.W., and *J. Garrido. 1994: "Sensitivity analysis of extreme precipitation events." International Journal of Climatology 14, 985-999.

*MacDonnell, L.J., *S. Bates, *C. Howe, K.A. Miller and *T. Rice. 1994: "Water banking in the west." Report, Boulder, Colorado: Boulder Natural Resources Law Center, 200 pp.

*Madden. R.A., and R.W. Katz (coordinators). 1994: Lecture Notes from Colloquium on Applications of Statistics to Modeling the Earth's Climate System. NCAR Technical Note NCAR/TN-409+PROC, Boulder, Colorado.

Mason, M. 1994: "Creeping environmental phenomena and industrialization: Issues, actors, obstacles." In Creeping Environmental Phenomena and Societal Responses to Them M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Workshop held 7-10 February 1994 in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 63-70.

Mearns, L. O., *C. Rosenzweig, and *R. Goldberg, 1994: Sensitivity of the CERES Wheat Model to Changes in Interannual Climatic Variability. Report to the EPA, Office of Policy and Planning Evaluation.

Mearns, L. O., and *C. Rosenzweig, 1994: Use of a nested regional climate model with changed daily variability of precipitation and temperature to test related sensitivity of dynamic crop models. In Preprints of the AMS Fifth Symposium on Global Change Studies, January 23-28, 1994. American Meteorological Society: Boston, 142-155.

Miller, K.A. 1994: "Climatic variations and the political economy of the Pacific salmon fishery." In: Usable Science II: The Potential Use and Misuse of El Nino Information in North America, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 83-86.

Miller, K.A. 1994: "Economics, lake levels and conflict: A historical perspective on Chicago's diversions." In: The Lake Michigan Diversion at Chicago and Urban Drought: Past, Present and Future Regional Impacts and Responses to Global Climate Change, S.A. Changnon (Ed.). Boulder, Colorado: UCAR, 114-136.

Miller, K.A. 1994: "Thoughts on creeping environmental problems: An economic perspective." In: Creeping Environmental Phenomena and Societal Responses to Them, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Workshop held 7-10 February 1994 in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 55-62.

Miller, K.A., *L.J. MacDonnell, and S.L. Rhodes. 1994: "Property rights and groundwater development in a changing climate: A case study." Proceedings of First National Conference on Climate Change and Water Resources Management, he ld 4-7 November 1991 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Alexandria, Virginia: Institute for Water Resources, IV77-87.

Miller, K.A., S.L. Rhodes, and *L.J. MacDonnell. 1994: "Climate change and water law: Defining rights to a changing resource." Proceedings of American Water Resources Association Symposium on Effects of Human-Induced Changes on Hydrologica l Systems. 26-29 June 1994, Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Bethesda, Maryland: AWRA, 353-362.

Parisi, P.. 1994: "The media and creeping phenomena: The case of famine." In: Creeping Environmental Phenomena and Societal Responses to Them, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Proceedings of Workshop held 7-10 February 1994 in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 195-200.

Parisi, P., and M.H. Glantz, 1994: "Deforestation and public policy." In: Environment 94/95, J.L. Allen (Ed.). Guilford, Connecticut: Dushkin Publishing Group, Annual Editions Series, 240-244.

Pielke Jr., R.A., 1994: "Scientific information and global change policymaking." Climatic Change 28, 315-319.

Pielke Jr., R.A., 1994: "Scientific information and global change policymaking." In Creeping Environmental Phenomena and Societal Responses to Them. Proceeding of Workshop held 7-10 February 1994 in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 71-78.

Pielke Jr., R. A., 1994: Data on and Methodology for Calculating Space Shuttle Programme Costs. Space Policy, February, 78-80.

Pielke Jr., R.A., 1994: "Responses to slow-onset environmental change: The influence of bureaucracy and policy 'scale'." In: Creeping Environmental Phenomena and Societal Responses to Them, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Proceedings of Workshop held 7-10 February 1994 in Boulder, Colorado. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 79-88.

Pielke, Jr., R.A., 1994: "Usable science: Thoughts on improving decisions with El Nino information." In: Usable Science II: The Potential Use and Misuse of El Nino Information in North America, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG, 119-127.

Rhodes, S.L., 1994: Mesoscale weather impacts: The metropolitan Denver winter storm of February 11, 1994. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG.

Rhodes, S.L. 1994: "Sea level rise and lake level decline: Prospective ecological impacts of global warming." In Proceedings: Comparative Risk Analysis and Priority Setting of Air Pollution Issues, 7-11 June 1993, Keystone, Colorado, USA. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Air & Waste Management Association.

Rhodes, S.L., K.A. Miller, and *L.J. MacDonnell, 1994: "Planning for municipal water supplies with a future climate change: The Two Forks Veto as an analogue." Proceedings of the First National Conference on Climate Change and Water Resources Management, held October 1991 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Alexandria, Virginia: Institute for Water Resources, IV88-97.

Rodionov, S.N., 1994: "Association between winter precipitation and water level fluctuations in the Great Lakes and atmospheric circulation patterns." Journal of Climate 7, 1693-1706.

Rodionov, S.N., 1994: Global and Regional Climate Interaction: The Caspian Sea Experience. Vol. II, Water Science and Technology Library. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

*Rubinstein, A.Z., and M.H. Glantz. 1994: Entry in Modern Encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet History: Supplement. Gulf Breeze, Florida: Academic International Press.

Smith, D.R. 1994: "Change and variability in climate and ecosystem decline in Aral Sea basin deltas." Post-Soviet Geography 35, (March) 142-165.

*Wilhite, D.A., and S.L. Rhodes. 1994: "Factors influencing state-level drought contingency planning in the United States." Water International 19 (1), 15-24.

Wolde-Georgis, T. 1994: "Resource depletion, famine and refugees in Tigray." In: African Refugees: Development Aid and Repatriation, H. Adelman and J. Sorenson (Eds.). Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 21-41.

*Zonn, I., M.H. Glantz, and *A. Rubinstein. 1994: "The Virgin Lands scheme in the former Soviet Union." In: Drought Follows the Plow: Cultivating Marginal Areas, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 135-150.

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1993

 

Downton, M.W., and R.W. Katz. 1993: "A test for inhomogeneous variance in time-averaged temperature data." Journal of Climate 6 (12), 2448-2464.

Downton, M.W., and K.A. Miller. 1993: "The freeze risk to Florida citrus. Part II: Temperature variability and circulation patterns." Journal of Climate 6 (2), 364-372.

Firor, J., and S.L. Rhodes. 1993: "Political and legislative control of global air pollution." In: Global Atmospheric Chemical Change, W.T. Sturges and C.N. Hewitt (Eds.). London: Elsevier, 423-452.

Glantz, M.H., *A.Z. Rubinstein, and *I. Zonn. 1993: "Tragedy in the Aral Sea basin: Looking back to plan ahead?" Global Environmental Change 3 (2), 174-198. Also published in Iranian Journal of International Affairs 5 (1), 156-194.

Jamieson, D. 1993: "Ecology, social theory, and the Green movement." Brock Review 2 (1), 22-33.

Katz, R.W. 1993: "Dynamic cost-loss ratio decision-making model with an autocorrelated climate variable." Journal of Climate 6 (1), 151-160.

Katz, R.W. 1993: "Towards a statistical paradigm for climate change." Climate Research 2, 167-175.

Katz, R.W., and *M.B. Parlange. 1993: "Effects of an index of atmospheric circulation on stochastic properties of precipitation." Water Resources Research 29, 2335-2344.

Katz, R.W., and *M.B. Parlange. 1993: "Induced stochastic models in hydrology." Proceedings, Stochastic and Statistical Methods in Hydrology and Environmental Engineering, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: University of Waterloo, 99-100.

Miller, K.A., and M.W. Downton, 1993: "The freeze risk to Florida citrus. Part I: Investment decisions." Journal of Climate 6 (2), 354-363.

Miller, K.A., *L.J. MacDonnell, and S.L. Rhodes, 1993: "Groundwater rights in an uncertain environment: Theoretical perspectives on the San Luis Valley." Natural Resources Journal 33 (3), 727-758.

Pielke Jr., R. A., 1993: The Costs of the Space Shuttle Program. Aviation Week and Space Technology, July, 26, 57-58.

Pielke Jr., R. A., 1993: Goals, justification are shuttle program's fundamental flaws. Spacewatch, 10, 11, United States Space Foundation.

Pielke Jr., R. A., 1993: A Reappraisal of the Space Shuttle Program. Space Policy, May, 133-157.

Rhodes, S.L., 1993: "Climate and environmental degradation of the Great Lakes." Journal of Environmental Systems 22 (2), 105-122.

Rhodes, S.L., 1993: "The effect of the environment on aviation weather safety: Meteorological assessment for the new Denver airport." Environmental Impact Assessment Review 13, 63-74.

Rhodes, S.L., and *K.B. Wiley, 1993: "Great Lakes toxic sediments and climate change: Implications for environmental remediation." Global Environmental Change 3 (3), 292-305.

Rodionov, S.N. 1993: "Interannual and interdecadal changes in the Great Lakes water levels in association with the large-scale atmospheric circulation." Preprints, Eighth AMS Conference on Applied Climatology, 17-22 January 1993, Anaheim, California, American Meteorological Society, 3-6.

Smith, D.R. 1993: "Central Asia." Encyclopaedia Britannica 15. Chicago, Illinois: Macropaedia, 701-707.

Tarleton, L.F., and R.W. Katz. 1993: "Effect of urban heat island on temperature variability and extremes." Preprints, Eighth AMS Conference on Applied Climatology, 17-22 January 1993, Anaheim, California: American Meteorological Society, J104-J107.

*Wiley, K.B., and S.L. Rhodes. 1993: "State environmental regulation of federal facilities: Colorado's recent experience." In: State Policy Problems, F.A. Meyer, Jr., and R. Baker (Eds.). Chicago: Nelson-Hall Publishers, 191-206.

*Wilhite, D.A., and S.L. Rhodes. 1993: "Drought mitigation in the United States: Progress by state government." In: Drought Assessment, Management and Planning: Theory and Case Studies, D.A. Wilhite (Ed.). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 237-251.

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1992

 

*Brunner, R., *R., Byerly Jr., and R. A. Pielke Jr., 1992: The Future of the Space Station Program. Space Policy Alternatives, edited by R. Byerly, Westview Press, Boulder, 199-222.

Glantz, M.H. (Ed.). 1992: Climate Variability, Climate Change and Fisheries. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 450 pp.

Glantz, M.H. 1992: "Droughts and economical development in the African Sahara." Chapter in Problems of Desert Development, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan: Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan. In Russian.

Glantz, M.H. 1992: "Global warming and environmental change in sub-Saharan Africa." Global Environmental Change 2 (3), 183-204.

Glantz, M.H. 1992: "The Anglo-Icelandic cod wars." In: Climate Variability, Climate Change and Fisheries, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 261-290.

Glantz, M.H., and *J.R. Krenz. 1992: "Human components of the climate system." In: Climate System Modeling, K.E. Trenberth (Ed.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 27-49.

Jamieson, D. 1992: "Ethics, public policy, and global warming." Science, Technology, and Human Values 17 (2), 139-153.

Katz, R.W. 1992: "Dynamic cost-loss ratio decision-making model with an autocorrelated climate variable." Journal of Climate 6 (1), 151-160.

Katz, R.W. 1992: "Quality/value relationships for forecasts of an autocorrelated climate variable." Preprints, Fifth International Meeting on Statistical Climatology, Toronto, Ontario, J91-J95.

Katz, R.W. 1992: "Role of statistics in the validation of general circulation models." Climate Research 2, 35-45.

Katz, R.W., and B.G. Brown. 1992: "Extreme events in a changing climate: Variability is more important than averages." Climatic Change 21, 289-302.

*Magalhaes, A., and M.H. Glantz (Eds.). 1992: Socioeconomic Impacts of Climate Variations and Policy Responses in Brazil. Esquel Brazil Foundation: Brasil, 155 pp.

Miller, K.A., and *D.L. Fluharty. 1992: "El Nino and variability in the Northeast Pacific salmon fishery." In: Climate Variability, Climate Change and Fisheries, M.H. Glantz (Ed.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 49-88.

Parisi, P., and M.H. Glantz. 1992: "Deforestation and public policy." The World & I 7, 270-277.

Pielke Jr., R. A., 1992: Reappraising the Space Shuttle Program. Proceedings of SPACE '92, American Society of Civil Engineers, Washington, DC.

Pielke Jr., R. A., and R. Byerly Jr., 1992: The Space Shuttle Program: Performance versus Promise. Space Policy Alternatives, edited by R. Byerly, Westview Press, Boulder, 223-245.

Rhodes, S.L. 1992: "Climate change management strategies: Lessons from a theory of large-scale policy." Global Environmental Change 2 (3), 205-214.

Rhodes, S.L. 1992: "Mesoscale weather and aviation safety: The case of Denver International Airport." Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 73 (4), 441-447.

Rhodes, S.L., K.A. Miller, and *L.J. MacDonnell. 1992: "Institutional response to climate change: Water provider organizations in the Denver metropolitan region." Water Resources Research 28 (1), 11-18.

Rodionov, S.N., and *A.S. Krovnin. 1992: "The 1980s in the context of climate changes in the North Atlantic region." ICES Marine Science Symposia 195, International Council on Exploration of the Sea, 86-95.

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1976-1991

 

1991

Glantz, M.H., R.W. Katz, and *N. Nicholls (Eds.). 1991: Teleconnections Linking Worldwide Climate Anomalies. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 535 pp.

1988

Glantz, M.H. (Ed.). 1988: Societal Responses to Regional Climatic Change: Forecasting by Analogy. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, Inc., 428 pp.

*Segal, M., R. A. Pielke Jr., and *Y. Ookouchi, 1988: On Optimizing Solar Collectors Orientation Under Daily Nonrandom Cloudiness Conditions. Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, 110, 346-348.

1987

Glantz, M.H. (Ed.). 1987 and 1991: Drought and Hunger in Africa: Denying Famine a Future. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 457 pp.

Glantz, M.H., R.W. Katz, and M. Krenz (Eds.). 1987: Climate Crisis: The Societal Impacts Associated with the 1982-83 Worldwide Climate Anomalies. Report based on workshop 11-13 November 1985, Lugano, Switzerland. Boulder, Colorado: NCAR/ESIG.

1981

Glantz, M.H., and J.D. Thompson (Eds.). 1981: Resource Management and Environmental Uncertainty: Lessons from Coastal Upwelling Fisheries. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

1978

Glantz, M.H., Harry van Loon, and Elmer Armstrong (Ed.). 1978: Multidisciplinary Research Related to the Atmospheric Sciences. NCAR. Boulder, CO.

1977

Glantz, M.H. (Ed.). 1977: Desertification: Environmental Degradation in and Around Arid Lands. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.

1976

Glantz, M.H. (Ed.). 1976: Politics of Natural Disaster: The Case of the Sahel Drought. New York: Praeger Publishers.

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