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Climate and urban water providers in Arizona: An analysis of vulnerability perceptions and climate information. Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, The University of Arizona.2003.
An examination of Arizona water law and policy from the perspective of climate impacts. Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, The University of Arizona.2001.
Carter, R., P. Tschakert, and B. Morehouse. 2000. Assessing the sensitivity of the Southwest's urban water sector to climatic variability. Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, The University of Arizona.
Morehouse, B. 2002. Climate impacts on urban water resources in the Southwest: the importance of context. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 36(2):265-277.
Morehouse, B. 2002. Integrating climate into water policy. Southwest Hydrology 1(2):16-17, 28.
Morehouse, B. 2001. Can Tucson’s water supply survive a drought on the Colorado River? WaterWords 19(1).
Morehouse, B., R. Carter, and T. Sprouse. 2000. The implications of sustained drought for transboundary water management in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora. Natural Resources Journal 40(4): 783-817.
Morehouse, B., R. Carter, and P. Tschakert. 2002. Sensitivity of urban water resources in Phoenix, Tucson, and Sierra Vista, Arizona to severe drought. Climate Research, 21(3):283-297.