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Salt cedar: Villain or scapegoat when it comes to water use?. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(10), pp.2-5., 2004.
Scaling Snow Observations from the Point to the Grid Element: Implications for Observation Network Design. Water Resources Research, 41(11), p.W11421., 2005.
Scenario Development for Water Resources Planning and Management. In Changes in Water Resources Systems: Methodologies to Maintain Water Security and Ensure Integrated Management. Wallingford, UK: International Association of Hydrological Sciences, pp. 192-198., 2007.
The Science-Policy Interface: Experience of a Workshop for Climate Change Researchers and Water Managers. Science and Public Policy, 36(10), pp.791-798., 2009.
Scientists look to ocean for clues about drought. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(1), pp.1-4., 2004.
Seasonal Consensus Climate Forecast for Wildland Fire Management. National Seasonal Assessment Workshops for Fire Potential., 2002.
Seasonal Forecast of Monsoon Precipitation in Arizona using Linear and Nonlinear Techniques. 2nd Southwest Weather Symposium., 2000.
Seasonal forecasts for water resources in the U.S.: Southwest applications and evaluations. San Pedro Conference: Divided Waters - Common Ground, pp.98-99., 2000.
Seasonal Water Supply Forecast Performance: Issues and Evaluations. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union, 81(19S), p.205., 2000.
Second century megadrought in the Rio Grande headwaters, Colorado: How unusual was medieval drought?. Geophysical Research Letters, 38(22)., 2011.
Sensitivity of Urban Water Resources in Phoenix, Tucson, and Sierra Vista, Arizona, to Severe Drought. Climate Research, 21(3), pp.283-297., 2002.
A shift toward aridity. Southwest Climate Outlook, 7(3), pp.3-5., 2008.
Sierra San Pedro Mártir, Baja California, cool-season precipitation reconstructed from earlywood width of Abies concolor tree rings. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 118(4), pp.1660-1673., 2013.
Significant Fire Potential Outlook 2005. EastFIRE Conference, p.4 pp., 2005.
A Simplified high resolution MODIS Aerosol Retrieval Algorithm (SARA) for use over mixed surfaces. Remote Sensing of Environment, 136, pp.135-145., 2013.
Simultaneous Diffusion of Herbicide Resistant Cotton and Conservation Tillage. AgBioForum, 12, pp.249-257., 2009.
SNOTEL Representativeness in the Rio Grande Headwaters on the Basis of Physiographics and Remotely Sensed Snow Cover Persistence. Hydrological Processes, 20(4), pp.723-739., 2006.
Snow Days? Snowmaking Adaptation and the Future of Low Latitude, High Elevation Skiing in Arizona, USA. Climatic Change, 102(3), pp.467-491., 2009.
Snowpack in the Southwest. END InSight, 1(5), pp.1-3., 2002.
Some Highlights from the 2003 Farm and Ranch Irrigation Survey. Arizona Review, (Spring), pp.16-19., 2005.
Southern Skies: International Environmental Policy in Mexico. In 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., 2000.
Southwest climate gap: Poverty and environmental justice in the U.S. Southwest. Local Environment: The International journal of Justice and Sustainability , 21(11), pp.1332-1353., 2016.
Southwest drought can pack a hefty punch. Southwest Climate Outlook, 5(5), pp.3-6., 2006.
Southwest drought could persist despite monsoon, El Niño. END InSight, (1), pp.1-3., 2002.
Southwest faces diminished stream flows, new water policies. Southwest Climate Outlook, 8(6), pp.1-3., 2009.
Southwest faces high fire risk despite recent rains. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(4), pp.1-2., 2004.
Southwest must make choices about future climate. Southwest Climate Outlook, 12(2), pp.3-5., 2013.
Southwestern drought regimes might worsen with climate change. Southwest Climate Outlook, 2(12), pp.1-3., 2003.
Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Cotton Acreage Abandonment Case Study of Selected Counties in the US Cotton Belt. Western Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meetings., 2017.
Spatial Modeling and Scale Analysis of Winter Climate Variability in Arizona and New Mexico. 2nd Southwest Weather Symposium., 2000.
Spatial Modeling of Winter Temperature and Precipitation in Arizona and New Mexico, USA. Climate Research, 22, pp.115-128., 2002.
Is spring coming earlier in the Southwest?. END InSight, 2(2), pp.1-3., 2003.
Stakeholder Driven Research in a Hydroclimatic Context. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona., 2001.
State Adoption of Greenhouse Gas Emission Targets and Renewable Portfolio Standards. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona., 2010.
Strategic Behavior in Transboundary Water and Environmental Management. In Policy and strategic behaviour in water resource management. Sterling, VA: Earthscan., 2009.
Streamflow Estimation from Hydrologic Model Assimilation of Remotely Sensed Snow Information in Snowmelt Dominated Basins. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2004, (47)., 2004.
Stubborn' Drought, Hurricanes Add to Fire Worries. Wildfire, 15(2)., 2006.
Sub-Regional Seasonal Precipitation Linkages to SOI and PDO in the Southwest United States. Atmospheric Science Letters, 3(2-4), pp.94-102., 2002.
Sub-Regional Winter Precipitation Variability in the Southwest U.S.: A study of Contrasting Precipitation Anomalies. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona., 2007.
Summary for Decision Makers. In Assessment of Climate Change in the Southwest United States: A Report Prepared for the National Climate Assessment. Washington, D.C.: Island Press., 2013.
Summer Blooms Wait on the Rain. Southwest Climate Outlook, 10(7), pp.3-5., 2011.