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Colby, B., 2016. Water Trading Innovations: Reducing Agricultural Consumptive Use to Improve Adaptation to Scarcity. In Competition for Water Resources: Experiences and Management Approaches in the US and Europe.
Frisvold, G., 2015. Water, Agriculture, and Drought in the West Under Changing Climate and Policy Regimes. Natural Resources Journal , 55, pp.293-328.
Frisvold, G.B. & Marquez, T., 2013. Water Requirements for Large-Scale Solar Energy Projects in the West. Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, 151(1), pp.106-116.
Scott, C. et al., 2013. Water Security and Adaptive Management in the Arid Americas. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 103(2), pp.280-289.
Weiss, J.L., Overpeck, J.T. & Cole, J., 2012. Warmer Led to Drier: Dissecting the 2011 Drought in the Southern U.S. Southwest Climate Outlook, 11(3), pp.3-5.
Al-Kofahi, S.D. et al., 2012. Water Budget Calculator Created for Residential Urban Landscapes in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 138(6), pp.525-533.
Brugger, J. & Crimmins, M.A., 2012. Weather, Climate, and Rural Arizona: Insights and Assessment Strategies, Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona.
National Research Council, , 2012. Weather Services for the Nation: Becoming Second to None, The National Academies Press.
Lamberton, M., 2012. Western States Seed Clouds in Search of New Water. Southwest Climate Outlook, 11(1), pp.3-5.
Díaz-Caravantes, R.E. & Sánchez-Flores, E., 2011. Water transfer effects on peri-urban land use/land cover: A case study in a semi-arid region of Mexico. Applied Geography, 31(2), pp.413-425.
Guido, Z., 2010. Warmer means drier: comparing the 2000s drought to the 1950s drought. Southwest Climate Outlook, 9(2), pp.3-5.
Díaz-Caravantes, R.E. & Scott, C., 2010. Water Management and Biodiversity Conservation Interface in Mexico: A Geographical Analysis. Applied Geography, 30(3), pp.343-354.
Basta, E. & Colby, B.G., 2010. Water Market Trends: Transactions, Quantities, and Prices. The Appraisal Journal, 78(1), pp.50-66.
Jones, L. & Colby, B.G., 2010. Weather, Climate, and Environmental Water Transactions. Weather, Climate, and Society, 2(3), pp.210-223.
Guido, Z., 2009. A warming world interspersed with cooling periods. Southwest Climate Outlook, 8(5), pp.3-5.
O'Donnell, M. & Colby, B.G., 2009. Water Auction Design for Supply Reliability: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation, Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona.
Colby, B.G., 2009. Water Management in Urbanizing, Arid Regions: Innovative Voluntary Transactions as a Response to Competing Water Claims. In A. Dinar & Albiac, J. Policy and strategic behaviour in water resource management. London; Sterling, VA: Earthscan, pp. 47-66.
Guido, Z., 2009. What do we do now? Important climate change issues vocalized by resource managers. Southwest Climate Outlook, 8(9), pp.3-5.
Ferguson, D.B. & Crimmins, M.A., 2009. Who’s paying attention to the drought on the Colorado Plateau?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 8(7).
Guido, Z., 2008. The wet winter and the basins' bathtubs. Southwest Climate Outlook, 7(6), pp.3-6.
Chatterjee, A. & Lenart, M., 2007. Water-Energy Trade-Offs Between Swamp Coolers and Air Conditioners. Southwest Hydrology, 6(5), pp.28-29, 34.
Westerling, A. et al., 2006. Warming and Earlier Spring Increase Western U.S. Forest Wildfire Activity. Science, 313(5789), pp.940-943.
Jacobs, K., Garfin, G.M. & Lenart, M., 2005. Walking The Talk: Connecting Science with Decisionmaking. Environment, 47(9), pp.6-21.
Lenart, M., 2005. Water, energy, and climate linked in complex ways. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(8), pp.2-5.
Wilder, M., 2005. Water, Power, and Social Transformation: Neoliberal Reforms in Mexico. VertigO: La revue electronique en sciences de l'environnement, 6(2).
Jacobs, K. & Morehouse, B.J., 2005. Why Sustainability is Not a Four-Letter Word. Southwest Hydrology, 4(1), pp.14-15.
Lenart, M., 2005. Will April rains bring May flames?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(4), pp.1-3.
Lenart, M., 2005. Will the drought continue?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(3), pp.1-4.
Brookshire, D. et al., 2004. Water Markets in the Southwest. Southwest Hydrology, 3(2), pp.14-15.
Brown, D. & Comrie, A.C., 2004. A Winter Precipitation ‘Dipole’ in the Western United States Associated with Multidecadal ENSO Variability. Geophysical Research Letters, 31(9), p.L09203.
Carter, R., 2003. Water management in dry times, dry places. END InSight, 2(5), pp.1-4.
Jacobs, K. & Pulwarty, R., 2003. Water Resource Management: Science, Planning and Decision-Making. In Science and Water Resource Issues: Challenges and Opportunities. Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union.
Lawford, R.D. et al., 2003. Water: science, policy, and management; challenges and opportunities, Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union.
Comrie, A.C., Redmond, K. & Daly, C., 2003. WestMap: The Western Climate Mapping Initiative. 20th Annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop.
Hartmann, H., Bales, R. & Sorooshian, S., 2002. Weather, Climate, and Hydrologic Forecasting for the U.S. Southwest: A Survey. Climate Research, 21(3), pp.239-258.
Schmidt, N., 2002. Wet winter? Dry winter? What's the scoop?. END InSight, 1(3), pp.4-5.
Hartmann, H., Bales, R. & Sorooshian, S., 1999. Weather, Climate, and Hydrologic Forecasting for the Southwest U.S., Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona.