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Paradoxes of Decentralization: Water Reform and Social Implications in Mexico. World Development, 34(11), pp.1977-1995., 2006.
Particulate dust emission factors from unpaved roads in the U.S.-Mexico border semi-arid region. Journal of Arid Environments, 124, pp.189-192., 2015.
Past and ongoing shifts in Joshua tree distribution support future modeled range contraction. Ecological Applications, 21(1), pp.137-149., 2010.
Past and present climate. Southwest Climate Outlook, 8(2), pp.3-5., 2009.
PDO: Where will the footprints lead?. END InSight, 1(4), pp.1-3., 2002.
Per Capita Energy Consumption and CO2 Emissions: How and Why do States Differ?. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona., 2010.
Phenology, citizen science and Dave Bertelsen. Southwest Climate Outlook, 7(8), pp.3-5., 2008.
Pilot Stakeholder Assessment Report, Tucson, AZ: Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology, University of Arizona., 1999.
Plan to thin trees in Apache-Sitreaves forest could increase streamflow in short term. Southwest Climate Outlook, 3(10), pp.2-5., 2004.
Planning Climate and Global Change Research: A Review of the Draft U.S. Climate Change Science Program Strategic Plan, Washington, D.C.: The National Academies Press., 2003.
Planning for Change in Southern Arizona: A report from the Southern Arizona Regional Climate Summit for Municipal Leaders, Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona., 2014.
Planning River Restoration in a Changing Climate. Merging Science and Management in a Rapidly Changing World: Biodiversity and Management of the Madrean Archielago, 593., 2013.
Political and Economic Apertures and the Shifting State-Citizen Relationship: Reforming Mexico’s National Water Policy. In Water policy entrepreneurs: a research companion to water transitions around the globe. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, pp. 79-96., 2009.
The Political Ecology of Land-Use Change: the Case of Affluent Ranchers and Destitute Farmers in the Mexican Municipio of Alamos. Human Organizations, 63(1), pp.21-33., 2004.
Population growth, warming, and water supply. Southwest Climate Outlook, 5(9), pp.3-6., 2006.
Potential Changes in Future Regional Climate and Related Impacts: A Brief Report for the Central New Mexico Climate Change Scenario Planning Project, Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona., 2014.
Powering the Southwest with solar and wind. Southwest Climate Outlook, 7(11), pp.3-5., 2008.
Predicting El Niño. END InSight, 1(6), pp.1-2., 2002.
Predicting Valley Fever Incidence Based on Climate Conditions. The Climate Report, 3(1), pp.12-15., 2002.
Predictive Mapping of Air Pollution Involving Sparse Spatial Observations. Environmental Pollution, 119, pp.99-117., 2002.
Preparing for High-Consequence, Low-Probability Events: Heat, Water & Energy in the Southwest, Tucson, AZ: The University of Arizona., 2016.
Prioritizing Environmental Water Acquisitions: Making the Most of Program Budgets, Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona., 2013.
Processes of Adaptation to Climate Variability: a Case Study from the U.S. Southwest. Climate Research, 21(3), pp.299-310., 2002.
Projection of climate change influences on U.S. West Nile virus vectors. Earth Interactions, 19(18), pp.1-18., 2015.
Putting Knowledge into Action: Tapping the Institutional Knowledge of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Regions 2 and 8 to Address Climate Change, Tucson, AZ: Climate Assessment for the Southwest, University of Arizona., 2009.
Putting the Arizona drought plan into action. Southwest Climate Outlook, 5(5), pp.3-6., 2006.