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Lukas, J. & Woodhouse, C.A., 2007. How tree rings can help reconstruct streamflow. Southwest Climate Outlook, 6(5), pp.3-5.
Liverman, D. et al., 1999. Environmental Issues Along the U.S. Mexico Border: Drivers of Changes and the Response of Citizens and Institutions. Annual Review of Energy and Environment, 24, pp.607-643.
Liverman, D., Yarnal, B. & Turner, B., 2001. The Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change. In G. Gaile & Wilmott, C. Geography: A Millennial Assessment.
Liverman, D. & Merideth, R., 2002. Climate and Society in the U.S. Southwest: the Context for a Regional Assessment. Climate Research, 21(3), pp.199-218.
Liverman, D. & O'Brien, K., 2000. Southern Skies: International Environmental Policy in Mexico. In W. Clark et al. Learning to Manage Global Environmental Risks: A Comparative History of Social Responses to Climate Change, Ozone Depletion and Acid Rain. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
Liverman, D. & Kourous, G., 1999. Climate Change and the Borderlands: an Introduction and Assessment. Borderlines, 56(7).
Liverman, D., 1999. Vulnerability and Adaptation to Drought in Mexico. Natural Resources Journal, 39(1), pp.99-115.
Liu, Y. et al., 2008. Formal Scenario Development for Environmental Impact Assessment Studies. In A. Jakeman et al. Developments in Integrated Environmental Assessment. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 145-162.
Littell, J. et al., 2016. Reconstructions of Columbia River streamflow from tree ring chronologies in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 52(5), pp.1121-1141.
Leroy, S. & Garfin, G., 2015. Climate Extremes Data and Communication Products for Western Adaptation Alliance Cities in the Intermountain Southwest, Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest.
Leroy, S., Garfin, G. & Black, M., 2016. Anticipating cascading effects from climate extremes. EOS, 97.
LeRoy, S. & Garfin, G., 2017. Climate of Las Cruces,
Leonard, C. et al., 2011. National Seasonal Assessment Workshop for Eastern, Southern, and Southwest Geographic Areas. National Seasonal Assessment Workshops for Fire Potential.
Lenart, M. & Ellis, A., 2010. Introducing the Moisture Balance Drought Index. Southwest Climate Outlook, 9(8), pp.3-5.
Lenart, M. & Chatterjee, A., 2007. Cooling systems affect resources, climate, and health. Southwest Climate Outlook, 6(9), pp.3-5.
Lenart, M., 2004. Ranchers split on supporting grazing permit buyout. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(2), pp.1-2.
Lenart, M., Jones, C. & Kimball, B., 2006. Rising Carbon Dioxide Levels and Forest Management. Arizona Cooperative Extension, (AZ1395).
Lenart, M., 2006. El Niño: a wild card for climate change impacts. Southwest Climate Outlook, 5(1), pp.2-4.
Lenart, M., 2004. Plan to thin trees in Apache-Sitreaves forest could increase streamflow in short term. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(10), pp.2-5.
Lenart, M., 2006. Monsoon impact on society: the good and the bad. Southwest Climate Outlook, 5(7), pp.3-6.
Lenart, M., 2002. Southwest drought could persist despite monsoon, El Niño. END InSight, (1), pp.1-3.
Lenart, M., 2013. Southwest must make choices about future climate. Southwest Climate Outlook, 12(2), pp.3-5.
Lenart, M., 2002. El Niño: A focus on variability. END InSight, 1(1), p.1.
Lenart, M., 2006. Hurricane intensity rises with sea surface temps. Southwest Climate Outlook, 5(6), pp.3-5.
Lenart, M., 2005. Inquiry into monsoon and global warming continues. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(7), pp.2-4.
Lenart, M., 2004. Scientists look to ocean for clues about drought. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(1), pp.1-4.
Lenart, M., Garfin, G.M. & Overpeck, J.T., 2004. The Heat Is On. Sonorensis, pp.20-28.
Lenart, M., 2005. Is global warming creeping into Southwest forests?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(2), pp.2-5.
Lenart, M., 2007. Global warming inspires a look at solar, wind energy. Southwest Climate Outlook, 6(7), pp.3-6.
Lenart, M., 2013. Increased health woes among climate change impacts. Southwest Climate Outlook, 12(1), pp.3-5.
Lenart, M., 2004. Monsoon forecasting could improve following study. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(7), pp.2-5.
Lenart, M., 2005. Monsoon could strengthen as climate warms. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(6), pp.2-4.
Lenart, M., 2007. Global warming in the Southwest: An overview. Southwest Climate Outlook, 6(4), pp.3-6.
Lenart, M., 2003. Southwestern drought regimes might worsen with climate change. Southwest Climate Outlook, 2(12), pp.1-3.
Lenart, M., 2006. Collaborative Stewardship to Prevent Wildfires. Environment, 48(7), pp.8-21.
Lenart, M., 2004. The future Colorado River: Will it deliver?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(12), pp.2-4.
Lenart, M., 2005. How to use the climate Forecast Evaluation Tool. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(10), pp.2-4.
Lenart, M., 2004. Beetles devastate forests in response to drought. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(5), pp.2-4.
Lenart, M., 2006. Rising temperatures bump up risk of wildfires. Southwest Climate Outlook, 5(4), pp.2-6.
Lenart, M., 2005. Will April rains bring May flames?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(4), pp.1-3.
Lenart, M., 2007. Global warming in the Southwest: Projections, Observations and Impacts G. M. Garfin et al., Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona.
Lenart, M., 2007. Everybody counts when reining in global warming. Southwest Climate Outlook, 6(2), pp.3-5.
Lenart, M., 2003. Average winter rains in Arizona could bring drought relief. Southwest Climate Outlook, 2(11), pp.1-3.
Lenart, M., 2006. Islands in a Sea of Change. Restoring Connections, 9(3), pp.3-9.
Lenart, M., 2004. Low flow in the Colorado River Basin spurs water shortage discussion among seven states. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(11), pp.2-4.
Lenart, M. et al., 2005. Significant Fire Potential Outlook 2005. EastFIRE Conference, p.4 pp.
Lenart, M., 2005. Nature's clock ringing in earlier springs. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(9), pp.2-4.
Lenart, M., 2013. Recent freeze events: Natural variability or weird weather?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 12(3), pp.3-5.
Lenart, M., 2004. Southwest faces high fire risk despite recent rains. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(4), pp.1-2.
Lenart, M., 2006. Grassland dynamics shift with climate fluctuations. Southwest Climate Outlook, 5(2), pp.2-4.
Lenart, M., 2005. Will the drought continue?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(3), pp.1-4.
Lenart, M., 2006. Global warming could affect groundwater recharge. Southwest Climate Outlook, 5(11), pp.3-5.
Lenart, M. & Carter, R., 2002. Monsoon brings relief, but not likely to end drought conditions. END InSight, 1(2), pp.1-2.
Lenart, M., 2004. Salt cedar: Villain or scapegoat when it comes to water use?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(10), pp.2-5.
Lenart, M. et al., 2005. National Seasonal Assessment Workshop: Eastern & Southern States. National Seasonal Assessment Workshops for Fire Potential.
Lenart, M., 2006. Population growth, warming, and water supply. Southwest Climate Outlook, 5(9), pp.3-6.
Lenart, M., 2005. Water, energy, and climate linked in complex ways. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(8), pp.2-5.
Lemos, M.C. & Morehouse, B.J., 2005. The Co-Production of Science and Policy in Integrated Climate Assessments. Global Environmental Change, 15, pp.57-68.
Lega, J., Brown, H. & Barrera, R., 2017. Aedes aegypti abundance model improved with relative humidity and precipitation-driven egg hatching. Journal of Medical Entomology.
Lawford, R.D. et al., 2003. Water: science, policy, and management; challenges and opportunities, Washington, D.C.: American Geophysical Union.
Lamberton, M., 2009. Southwest faces diminished stream flows, new water policies. Southwest Climate Outlook, 8(6), pp.1-3.
Lamberton, M., 2012. Western States Seed Clouds in Search of New Water. Southwest Climate Outlook, 11(1), pp.3-5.
Lackstrom, K. et al., 2013. The Missing Piece: Drought Impacts Monitoring, Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments Program and the Climate Assessment for the Southwest.