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Lenart, M., 2003. Average winter rains in Arizona could bring drought relief. Southwest Climate Outlook, 2(11), pp.1-3.
Guido, Z., 2011. Atmospheric Rivers: Harbors for Extreme Winter Precipitation. Southwest Climate Outlook, 10(12), pp.3-5.
Chalbot, M.Cecile, Kavouras, I.G. & DuBois, D.W., 2013. Assessment of the Contribution of Wildfires on Ozone Concentrations in the Central US-Mexico Border Region. Journal of Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 13(3), pp.838-848.
Austin, D. et al., 2000. An Assessment of Climate Vulnerability in the Middle San Pedro River, Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona.
Wise, E., 2003. Assessing Trends in Ozone Air Quality, Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona.
Morehouse, B.J., Carter, R. & Sprouse, T., 2001. Assessing Transboundary Sensitivity to Drought: the Importance of Effluent in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora. Natural Resources Journal, 40, pp.783-817.
Colby, B.G., 2007. Assessing the Value of Adjudications in a World of Uncertainty: an Economic Perspective. University of Denver Law Review, 10(327).
Carter, R., Tschakert, P. & Morehouse, B.J., 2000. Assessing the Sensitivity of the Southwest's Urban Water Sector to Climatic Variability, Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona.
Wise, E. & Comrie, A.C., 2004. Assessing Meteorological Controls on Ozone Trends in the Southwestern United States C. Zerefos. XX Quadrennial Ozone Symposium.
Escamilla, J.A.Hernandez et al., 2013. Artículo de investigación, material particulado dispersado al aire en areas sin asfalto en Ciudad Juarez. Ciencia en la frontera: revista d ciencia y technologia de la UACJ, XI, pp.9-14.
Brugger, J. & Crimmins, M.A., 2013. The art of adaptation: Living with climate change in the rural American Southwest. Global Environmental Change, 23(6), pp.1830–1840.
Jacobs, K. & Garfin, G.M., 2004. Arizona's Drought planning: Focusing on Adaptation. Water Resources Impact, 6(4), pp.14-17.
Bark, R., 2009. The Arizona Water Settlement Act and Urban Water Supplies. Irrigation and Drainage Systems, 23, pp.79-96.
Colby, B.G. & Jacobs, K.L., 2007. Arizona water policy : management innovations in an urbanizing, arid region 1st ed., Washington, DC: Resources for the Future.
Gelt, J., 2004. Arizona to release drought plan for public comment. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(6), pp.2-4.
Frisvold, G.B., Patton, W.P. & Reynolds, S., 2009. Arizona Solar Energy and Economics Outlook: Report Prepared for Arizona Solar Energy and Economics Summit, Tucson, AZ: Arizona Research Institute for Solar Energy (AzRISE).
Russell, B., 2004. The Arizona Meteorological Network: A Brief Overview. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(3), pp.1-3.
Garfin, G.M., 2006. Arizona Drought Monitoring, Mexico City, Mexico.
Garfin, G.M., 2007. Arizona drought coming back into focus. Southwest Climate Outlook, 6(6), pp.3-5.
Frisvold, G.B., 2004. Arizona Cropland: A Background Paper, Casa Grande, Arizona: University of Arizona Water Resources Research Center and the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.
Overpeck, J.T. et al., 2005. Arctic System on Trajectory to New, Seasonally Ice-Free State. EOS, 86(34), pp.309-316.
Frisvold, G.B. & Emerick, K.J., 2011. Applying Bargaining Theory to Western Water Transfers. In B. G. Colby & Frisvold, G. B. Adaptation and resilience: The economics of climate, water, and energy challenges in the American Southwest. Washington, DC: Earthscan.
Hartmann, H. et al., 2011. Appendix 4 - Participatory scenario planning in regional and sectoral stakeholder activities in the National Climate Assessment, Washington, D.C.: National Climate Assessment Development and Advisory Committee.
Guido, Z., 2008. Anticipating summer heat. Southwest Climate Outlook, 7(5), pp.3-5.
Leroy, S., Garfin, G. & Black, M., 2016. Anticipating cascading effects from climate extremes. EOS, 97.
Guido, Z. & White, S., 2012. Americans’ Perspectives on the Link between Extreme Events and Climate Change. Southwest Climate Outlook, 11(5), pp.3-5.
Diem, J. & Comrie, A.C., 2002. Allocating Anthropogenic Pollutant Emissions Over Space: Application to Ozone Pollution Management. Journal of Environmental Management, 63, pp.425-447.
Diem, J. & Comrie, A.C., 2001. Air quality, climate, and policy: a case study of ozone pollution in Tucson, Arizona. The Professional Geographer, 53, pp.469-491.
Lega, J., Brown, H. & Barrera, R., 2017. Aedes aegypti abundance model improved with relative humidity and precipitation-driven egg hatching. Journal of Medical Entomology.
Pagano, T. et al., 1999. Advances in Seasonal Forecasting for Water Management in Arizona: A Case Study of the 1997-98 El Nino, Tucson, AZ: Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, The University of Arizona.
Hartmann, H., Bradley, A. & Hamlet, A., 2003. Advanced Hydrologic Predictions for Improving Water Management. In R. Lawford et al. Water: Science, Policy and Management. American Geophysical Union , pp. 285-387.
Wilder, M. et al., 2010. Adapting Across Boundaries: Climate Change, Social Learning, and Resilience in the U.S.-Mexico Border Region. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 100(4), pp.917-928.
Cross, M. et al., 2012. Accelerating Adaptation of Natural Resource Management to Address Climate Change. Conservation Biology, 27(1), pp.4-13.
Alley, R. et al., 2003. Abrupt Climate Change. Science, 299(5615), pp.2005-2010.