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Water Requirements for Large-Scale Solar Energy Projects in the West. Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education, 151(1), pp.106-116., 2013.
Water Security and Adaptive Management in the Arid Americas. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 103(2), pp.280-289., 2013.
Warmer Led to Drier: Dissecting the 2011 Drought in the Southern U.S. Southwest Climate Outlook, 11(3), pp.3-5., 2012.
Water Budget Calculator Created for Residential Urban Landscapes in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 138(6), pp.525-533., 2012.
Weather, Climate, and Rural Arizona: Insights and Assessment Strategies, Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona., 2012.
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Wildfire Management and Forecasting Fire Potential: The Roles of Climate Information and Social Networks in the Southwest United States. Weather, Climate, and Society, 4(2), pp.90-102., 2012.
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., 2011.
Warmer means drier: comparing the 2000s drought to the 1950s drought. Southwest Climate Outlook, 9(2), pp.3-5., 2010.
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Water Management and Biodiversity Conservation Interface in Mexico: A Geographical Analysis. Applied Geography, 30(3), pp.343-354., 2010.
Water Market Trends: Transactions, Quantities, and Prices. The Appraisal Journal, 78(1), pp.50-66., 2010.
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A warming world interspersed with cooling periods. Southwest Climate Outlook, 8(5), pp.3-5., 2009.
Water Auction Design for Supply Reliability: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation, Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona., 2009.
Water Management in Urbanizing, Arid Regions: Innovative Voluntary Transactions as a Response to Competing Water Claims. In Policy and strategic behaviour in water resource management. London; Sterling, VA: Earthscan, pp. 47-66., 2009.
What do we do now? Important climate change issues vocalized by resource managers. Southwest Climate Outlook, 8(9), pp.3-5., 2009.
Who’s paying attention to the drought on the Colorado Plateau?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 8(7)., 2009.
The wet winter and the basins' bathtubs. Southwest Climate Outlook, 7(6), pp.3-6., 2008.
Water-Energy Trade-Offs Between Swamp Coolers and Air Conditioners. Southwest Hydrology, 6(5), pp.28-29, 34., 2007.
Warming and Earlier Spring Increase Western U.S. Forest Wildfire Activity. Science, 313(5789), pp.940-943., 2006.
Walking The Talk: Connecting Science with Decisionmaking. Environment, 47(9), pp.6-21., 2005.
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Water, Power, and Social Transformation: Neoliberal Reforms in Mexico. VertigO: La revue electronique en sciences de l'environnement, 6(2)., 2005.
Why Sustainability is Not a Four-Letter Word. Southwest Hydrology, 4(1), pp.14-15., 2005.
Will April rains bring May flames?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 4(4), pp.1-3., 2005.
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Water Markets in the Southwest. Southwest Hydrology, 3(2), pp.14-15., 2004.
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WestMap: The Western Climate Mapping Initiative. 20th Annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop., 2003.
Weather, Climate, and Hydrologic Forecasting for the U.S. Southwest: A Survey. Climate Research, 21(3), pp.239-258., 2002.
Wet winter? Dry winter? What's the scoop?. END InSight, 1(3), pp.4-5., 2002.
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