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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.
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., 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.
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.
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.
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.