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CR - Vol. 21, No. 3 - Table of contents

CR - Vol. 21, No. 3 - Table of contents

Clim Res (Print ISSN: 0936-577X; Online ISSN: 1616-1572)
Copyright © 2002 Inter-Research
Published July 16

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Climate Assessment for the Southwest

Focussing on climate phenomena and the vulnerability of the southwest United States, CLIMAS (Climate Assessment Project for the Southwest) involves a continuing program drawing primarily from participatory research efforts. It summarizes and evaluates current knowledge and aims at contributing to a better understanding of regional dynamics and at supporting the work of decision makers.

Publication date: July 16, 2002
Guest Editor: Brent Yarnal

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Bales R
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Liverman DM, Merideth R
Climate and society in the US Southwest: the context for a regional assessment
CR 21:199-218 | Full text in pdf format

Sheppard PR,Comrie AC, Packin GD, Angersbach K, Hughes MK
The climate of the US Southwest
CR 21:219-238 | Full text in pdf format

Hartmann HC, Bales R, Sorooshian S
Weather, climate, and hydrologic forecasting for the US Southwest: a survey
CR 21:239-258 | Full text in pdf format

Pagano TC, Hartmann HC, Sorooshian S
Factors affecting seasonal forecast use in Arizona water management: a case study of the 1997-98 El Niño
CR 21:259-269 | Full text in pdf format

Eakin H, Conley J
Climate variability and the vulnerability of ranching in southeastern Arizona: a pilot study
CR 21:271-281 | Full text in pdf format

Morehouse BJ, Carter RH, Tschakert P
Sensitivity of urban water resources in Phoenix, Tucson, and Sierra Vista, Arizona, to severe drought
CR 21:283-297 | Full text in pdf format

Finan TJ, West CT, Austin D, McGuire T
Processes of adaptation to climate variability: a case study from the US Southwest
CR 21:299-310 | Full text in pdf format