2020 Environment and Society Fellows - Final Blog Posts
Caring in Crisis: Challenges and Lessons in Practicing Collaborative Research in 2020, Rachel Rosenbaum - https://bit.ly/2NF7yec
Reflections on Research on the Little Bighorn River, JoRee LaFrance - https://bit.ly/3pyOADg
Reflections on the Community Cookbook Project, Kunal Palawat - https://bit.ly/2ZshnhY
V. parahaemolyticus: a small bacteria with a big name, Emily Cooksey - https://bit.ly/2ORMWjt
Upper Colorado River Basin 20th century droughts under 21st century warming: Plausible scenarios for the future.
Woodhouse, C.A., R.M. Smith, S.A. McAfee, G.T. Pederson, G.J. McCabe, W.P. Miller, A. Csank.
Climate Services 21, 2021.
“Drought isn’t just water, it is living”: Narratives of drought vulnerability in California’s San Joaquin Valley.
Geoforum 121: 33-43. 2021
Evaluating socially engaged climate research: Scientists’ visions of a climate resilient U.S. Southwest.
Research Evaluation, 2020
Climate risk assessment and cascading impacts: Risks and opportunities for an electrical utility in the U.S. Southwest.
McMahan, Ben, and Andrea K. Gerlak.
Climate Risk Management 29:100240. 2020.
Empirical Application of Rubinstein Bargaining Model in Western U.S. Water Transactions
Rowan Isaaks and Bonnie Colby
Water Economics and Policy (WEP), 2020.