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Journal articles and book chapters

In reverse date order.  Some links to pdfs.

Geographic perspectives on Development Goals. Submitted to Dialogues in Human Geography

Canevari-Luzardo, Laura, Joan Bastide, Isabelle Choutet, and Diana Liverman. 2015. “Using partial participatory GIS in vulnerability and disaster risk reduction in Grenada.” Climate and Development (online first) http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/17565529.2015.1067593

Wilder, Margaret, Diana Liverman, Laurel Bellante, and Tracey Osborne. 2016. “Southwest climate gap: poverty and environmental justice in the US Southwest.” Local Environment:1-22. doi: 10.1080/13549839.2015.1116063. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13549839.2015.1116063

Liverman, D. 2015. US National climate assessment gaps and research needs: overview, the economy and the international context. Climatic Change, 1-14.  http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10584-015-1464-5

Liverman, Diana. 2015. This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs the Climate. Review essay of book by Naomi Klein. Human Geography 8(1) 99-109. 3.

Buechler, Stephanie; Anne Marie-Hanson, Diana Liverman, and Miriam Gay-Antaki. 2015. Advancing multi-disciplinary scholarship on gender, water, and environmental change through feminist political ecology. Chapter 12 in Buechler S. and Hanson A-M. A political ecology of women, water and global environmental change

Liverman, Diana. 2015. Reading climate change and climate governance as political ecologies. Chapter 23 pp 303-319 for the Handbook of Political Ecology, Routledge Tom Perreault, Gavin Bridge, and James McCarthy.

Corell, R. W., D. Liverman, K. Dow, K. L. Ebi, K. Kunkel, L. O. Mearns, and J. Melillo, 2014: Ch. 29:  Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment, J. M. Melillo, Terese (T.C.) Richmond, and G. W. Yohe, Eds., U.S. Global Change Research Program, 707-718. doi:10.7930/J03R0QR3.

Liverman, D. 2013. A Good Sense of the Media (discussion of Boykoff book). Dialogues in Human Geography 3:315-316.

Moss R.H., G.A. Meehl, M. C. Lemos, J. B. Smith, J. R. Arnold, J. C. Arnott, D. Behar, G. P. Brasseur, S. B. Broomell, A. J. Busalacchi, S. Dessai, K. L. Ebi, J. A. Edmonds, J. Furlow, L. Goddard, H. C. Hartmann, J. W. Hurrell, J. W. Katzenberger, D. M. Liverman, P. W. Mote, S. C. Moser, A. Kumar, R. S. Pulwarty, E. A. Seyller, B. L. Turner II, W. M. Washington, T. J. Wilbanks. 2013. Hell and High Water: Practice-Relevant Adaptation Science. Science 342-696-698. 8 Nov 2013.

Arnall A., Thomas D., Twyman C., D. Liverman. 2013. Flooding, resettlement, and change in livelihoods: evidence from rural Mozambique. Disasters 37(3):468-488

Arnall A., Thomas D., Twyman C., D. Liverman. 2013. NGOs, elite capture and community-driven development: perspectives in rural Mozambique. Journal of Modern African Studies 51:305-330.

Liverman, D, Moser, S. et al. 2013. Chapter 18: Climate Choices for a Sustainable Southwest in Garfin, G., A. Jardine, R. Merideth, M. Black, S. LeRoy (eds.), 2013. Assessment of Climate Change in the Southwest United States. Washington, DC: Island Press, 509 p.

Liverman, D. 2013. Bridging the Science-Policy Interface: Informing climate governance in the US. Palutikof, J. et al. (eds.) Climate Adaptation Futures. Chichester: Wiley. pp 103-110

Biermann F., Abbott K., Andresen S., Backstrand K., Bernstein S., Betsill M.M., Bulkeley H., Cashore B., Clapp J., Folke C., Gupta A., Gupta J., Haas P.M., Jordan A., Kanie N., Kluvankova-Oravska T., Lebel L., Liverman D., Meadowcroft J., Mitchell R.B., Newell P., Oberthur S., Olsson L., Pattberg P., Sanchez-Rodriguez R., Schroeder H., Underdal A., Vieira S.C., Vogel C., Young O.R., Brock A., Zondervan R. 2012. Navigating the Anthropocene: Improving Earth System Governance. Science 335:1306-1307.

Biermann, F., K. Abbott, S. Andresen, K. Bäckstrand, S. Bernstein, M. M. Betsill, H. Bulkeley, B. Cashore, J. Clapp, C. Folke, A. Gupta, J. Gupta, P. M. Haas, A. Jordan, N. Kanie, T. Kluvánková-Oravská, L. Lebel, D. Liverman, J. Meadowcroft, R. B. Mitchell, P. Newell, S. Oberthür, L. Olsson, P. Pattberg, R. Sánchez-Rodríguez, H. Schroeder, A. Underdal, S. C. Vieira, C. Vogel, O. R. Young, A. Brock and R. Zondervan 2012. Transforming governance and institutions for global sustainability: key insights from the Earth System Governance Project. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4(1): 51-60.

Ruth DeFries, Erle Ellis, F. Stuart Chapin III, Pamela Matson, B.L. Turner II, Arun Agrawal, Paul Crutzen, Chris Field, Peter Gleick, Peter Kareiva, Eric Lambin, Diana Liverman, Elinor Ostrom, Pedro Sanchez, James Syvitski 2012, Planetary Opportunities: A Social Contract for Global Change Science to Contribute to a Sustainable Future, BioScience, 62(6), 603-606.

Liverman, D. 2011. Informing Adaptation. World Resources Report. Online publication as an expert perspective. 7pp. (http://www.worldresourcesreport.org/responses/informing-adaptation)

Liverman, D. 2011. Review essay of Hulme. 2009. Why we disagree about climate change. Progress in Human Geography 35(1):134-136

Cole, J. and Liverman D. 2011. Brazil’s CDM Governance in the Context of Brazil’s Historical Environment-Development Discourses. Carbon Management. 2(2):145-160.

Overpeck, JT, Miller M. and Liverman D. 2011. Global climate change as a local phenomenon. Chapter 1 in Navigating Climate Change Policy in a Federal System edited by Edella Schlager, Kirsten Engel, and Sally Rider, University of Arizona Press.

Kuruppu, Natasha, and Diana Liverman. 2011. Mental preparation for climate adaptation: The role of cognition and culture in enhancing adaptive capacity of water management in Kiribati. Global Environmental Change, 21(2):657-669.

New, M, Liverman D., Schroeder H. and Anderson K. 2011. Four degrees and beyond: the potential for a global temperature increase of four degrees and its implications. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A January 13, 2011 369:6-19; (Theme Issue ‘Four degrees and beyond: the potential for a global temperature increase of four degrees and its implications’ compiled and edited by Mark G. New, Diana M. Liverman, Richard A. Betts, Kevin L. Anderson and Chris C. West. January 13, 2011; 369.*

Bumpus A.G. and Liverman D.M. 2011. Carbon colonialism? Offsets, Greenhouse Gas Reductions and Sustainable Development. Chapter 10 in Peet, R, Robbins, P. and Watts, M. eds. Global Political Ecology. Routledge.

Biermann, F., M. Betsill, J. Gupta, N. Kanie, L. Lebel, D. Liverman, H. Schroeder, B. Siebenhüner, and R. Zondervan. 2010. Earth system governance: A research framework, International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics, 1-22.

Frank Biermann, Michele M Betsill, Susana Camargo Vieira, Joyeeta Gupta, Norichika Kanie, Louis Lebel, Diana Liverman, Heike Schroeder, Bernd Siebenhuner, Pius Z Yanda, Ruben Zondervan, 2010. Navigating the anthropocene: the Earth System Governance Project strategy paper, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, 2:202-208

Liverman, D., & Billett, S. 2010. Copenhagen and the Governance of Adaptation. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 52(3), 28-36.

Lovell, H., & Liverman, D. 2010. Understanding Carbon Offset Technologies. New Political Economy, 15(2), 255-273.

Liverman, D. 2010. Carbon offsets, the CDM and sustainable development. Chapter 11 in Global sustainability: a Nobel cause, pp 129-141 edited by H. J. Schellnhuber, M. Molina, N. Stern, V. Huber and S. Kadner. Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, USA: Cambridge University Press.

Bottrill, C, D Liverman, and M Boykoff. 2010. Carbon soundings: greenhouse gas emissions of the UK music industry. Environmental Research Letters 5:014019. http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/5/1/014019

Boyd, Emily; Nate Hultman, J. Timmons Roberts, Esteve Corbera, John Cole, Alex Bozmoski, Johannes Ebeling, Robert Tippman, Philip Mann, Katrina Brown, Diana M. Liverman. 2009. Reforming the CDM for sustainable development: lessons learned and policy futures. Environmental Science and Policy. 12(7):820-831

New, M., D. Liverman & K. Anderson. 2009. Mind the gap. Nature (Reports Climate Change), 143-144.

Harrington, J., Yarnal, B., Liverman D. and Turner BL II. 2009. Comparative assessment of human-environment landscape change. Chapter 6 pp 107-136 in B. Yarnal, C. Polsky, and J. O’Brien. Eds. Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet: The Human-environment Regional Observatory Project. Cambridge University Press.

Liverman D. 2009. Institutions for Collaborative Environmental Research in the Americas: A Case Study of the Inter American Institute for Global Change (IAI). Chapter 17 pp 352-366 in Knight C.G. and Jager J. Eds. Integrated Regional Assessment of Global Climate Change. Cambridge University Press.

Liverman D. 2009. The geopolitics of climate change: avoiding determinism, fostering sustainable development. Climatic Change. 96(1-2): 7-11.

Lovell H., Bulkeley H. and Liverman D. M. 2009. Carbon offsetting: Sustaining Consumption. Environment and Planning A 41(10): 2357-2379

Boykoff, M, Bumpus, A, Liverman D, and Randalls S. 2009. Theorising the Carbon Economy. Introduction to the Special Issues. Environment and Planning A 41(10): 2357-2379.

Ericksen, P.J., J.S.I. Ingram, D. Liverman. 2009. Food Security and Environmental Change: Emerging Challenges. Environmental Science and Policy. 12(4): 373-377. (and overall editors of Special issue).

Liverman, D., Ericksen P and Ingram J. 2009. Governing Food Systems in the Context of Global Environmental Change. pp 59-64. IHDP Update Issue 3, Nov 2009.

Johan Rockström, Will Steffen, Kevin Noone, Åsa Persson, F. Stuart Chapin, Eric F. Lambin, Timothy M. Lenton, Marten Scheffer, Carl Folke, Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, Björn Nykvist, Cynthia A. de Wit, Terry Hughes, Sander van der Leeuw, Henning Rodhe, Sverker Sörlin, Peter K. Snyder, Robert Costanza, Uno Svedin, Malin Falkenmark, Louise Karlberg. Robert W. Corell. Victoria J. Fabry, James Hansen, Brian Walker, Diana Liverman, Katherine Richardson, Paul Crutzen & Jonathan A. Foley. 2009. A safe operating space for humanity. Nature 461, 472-475 (24 September 2009)

Rockström, J., W. Steffen, K. Noone, Å. Persson, F. S. Chapin, III, E. Lambin, T. M. Lenton, M. Scheffer, C. Folke, H. Schellnhuber, B. Nykvist, C. A. De Wit, T. Hughes, S. van der Leeuw, H. Rodhe, S. Sörlin, P. K. Snyder, R. Costanza, U. Svedin, M. Falkenmark, L. Karlberg, R. W. Corell, V. J. Fabry, J. Hansen, B. Walker, D. Liverman, K. Richardson, P. Crutzen, and J. Foley. 2009. Planetary boundaries:exploring the safe operating space for humanity. Ecology and Society 14(2): 32. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss2/art32/

Liverman D.M. 2009. Conventions of Climate Change: Constructions of Danger and the Dispossession of the Atmosphere. Journal of Historical Geography. 35(2): 279-296 Doi: 10.1016/j.jhg.2008.08.008

Hultman, N., Boyd, E. Roberts J.T., Cole, J., Corbrera E., Ebeling, E., Brown K., and Liverman. D.M. 2009. How Can the Clean Development Mechanism Better Contribute to Sustainable Development. Ambio, 38(2): 120-122.

Bumpus A. and Liverman D.M. 2008. Accumulation by decarbonisation: the governance of carbon offsets. Economic Geography 84(2) 127-156.

Liverman D.M. and Boyd E. 2008. The CDM, Ethics and Development. Pp 47-58 in n Holm Olsen K., Fenham J. eds. A Reformed CDM. UNEP RISOE.

Liverman, D.M. and Roman Cuesta R.M. 2008. Human interactions with the Earth system: People and pixels revisited. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 33, 1458–1471

Liverman D.M. 2008. Assessing Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability: Reflections on the Working Group II Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Global Environmental Change 18:1 4-7.

Liverman D.M. 2007. From Uncertain to Unequivocal The IPCC Fourth Assessment Report on the Physical Science Basis of Climate Change. Environment Vol 49 No 8 pp 36-39

Lemos, M.C., E. Boyd, E. Tompkins, H. Osbahr, D. Liverman 2007. Developing adaptation and adapting development, Ecology and Society,12(2): 26 [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol12/iss2/art26/

Vilas S. and Liverman D.M. 2007. Scale, Technique and Composition Effects in the Mexican Agricultural Sector: The Influence of NAFTA and the Institutional Environment. International Environmental Agreements. 10.1007/s10784-007-9042-6*

Rosenzweig et al. 2007. Chapter 1: Assessment of Observed Changes and Responses in Natural and Managed Systems.pp 79-131. IPCC, Climate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fourth Assessment. Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, M.L. Parry, O.F. Canziani, J.P. Palutikof, P.J. van der Linden and C.E. Hanson, Eds., Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 976pp. (Liverman is contributing author).

Liverman D.M. 2007. Survival into the Future in the Face of Climate Change. Survival: The Survival of the Human Race (2006 Darwin Lectures). E. Shuckburgh. Ed. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 187-205.

Hibbard K.A., Crutzen P.J., Lambin E.F., Liverman D.M., Mantua N.J., McNeill J.R., Messerli B. and Steffen W. 2006. Decadal-scale Interactions of Humans and the Environment. Sustainability or Collapse: An Integrated History and future Of People on Earth. Dahlem Workshop 96. R. Costanza, L.J. Graumlich and W. Steffen. Eds. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press: 341-378.

Liverman D.M. 2006. People and Places at Risk. Burning Ice: Art and Climate Change. D. Buckland, A. MAcGilp and P. S. Eds. London, Cape Farewell: 148-149.

Root T., Liverman D. and Newman C. 2006. Managing Biodiversity in the Light of Climate Change: Current Biological Effects and Future Impacts Chapter 6 in Key Topics in Conservation Biology. D. Macdonald and K. Service. Eds. Oxford, Blackwells.

Liverman D.M. and Vilas S. 2006. Neoliberalism and the Environment in Latin America. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 31(1): 327-363.*

Liverman D.M. 2004. Who governs, at what scale and at what price? Geography, environmental governance and the commodification of nature. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 94(4): 734-738*

Bales, R. C., Liverman, D.M., and Morehouse, B. 2004. Integrated assessment as a step toward reducing climate vulnerability in the southwestern United States. Bureau of the American Meteorological Society 85(5): 1175-1727.

Vasquez M. and Liverman D.M. 2004. The political ecology of land-use change: Affluent ranchers and destitute farmers in the Mexican Municipio of Alamos. Human Organization 63(1): 21-33

Liverman, D., R. G. Varady, O. Chávez, R. Sánchez, A. Browning-Aiken, and L. Stauber 2004. Environmental change in the U.S.-Mexico border region: issues and actions. In Fronteras y Comunidad Latina en America del Norte, ed. by A. Mercado Celis and E. Gutiérrez Romero. Mexico City: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Centro de Investigaciones Sobre América del Norte

Liverman, D.M., B. Yarnal, and B.L. Turner II. 2004. The Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change. Chapter in G. Gaile and C. Wilmott. Geography in America at the dawn of the 21 st Century. Oxford University Press: New York

Cavazos T., Comrie A.C., Liverman D.M. 2002. Intraseasonal variability associated with wet monsoons in southeast Arizona. Journal of Climate 15 (17): 2477-2490 *

Liverman D.M. and Merideth R.W. Jr. 2002. Climate and society in the US Southwest: the context for a regional assessment. Climate Research. Vol. 21: 199–218.

Liverman, D.M. 2001. Vulnerability to drought and climate change in Mexico. Pp 201-216 in Kasperson J.X. and Kasperson R. eds. 2001. Global Environmental Risk. NY: UNU and Earthscan.

Liverman D.M. 2001. Environmental Risks and Hazards pp. 4655-4659 in N. J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes. Eds. 2001 International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences. Pergamon, Oxford.

Liverman, D.M. 2001. The Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAIGC) in Canadell J. and Mooney H.A. Eds. Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change The Earth System: Biological and Ecological Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Volume 2. New York: John Wiley and Sons.

Liverman D.M. and K.L. O’Brien. 2001. Southern Skies: international environmental policy in Mexico. Chapter in The Social Learning Group. Eds. Learning to Manage Global Environmental Risks: A Comparative History of Social Responses to Climate Change, Ozone Depletion and Acid Rain. Volume 1. The MIT Press: Cambridge, MA.

Liverman, D.M. 2000. Adaptation to drought in Mexico. Volume 2 Chapter 31. pp.35-45 in Wilhite, D. Drought: A Global Assessment. Routledge: New York

Conde, C., Ferrer R.M. and Liverman D. 2000. Estudio de la vulnerabilidad de maíz de temporal mediante el modelo CERES. Pp 119-142 in Gay García C. ed. 2000. Méxio: Una Visión hacia el Siglo XXI. El Cambio Climático en México. PUMA, UNAM. Mexico.

Liverman, D.M., R. Varady, O. Chávez, and R. Sánchez, 1999. Environmental issues along the U.S.-Mexico border – drivers of changes and the response of citizens and institutions. Annual Review of Energy and Environment. , Vol. 24: 607-643 *

Liverman D.M. 1999. Vulnerability and Adaptation to Drought in Mexico. Natural Resources Journal 39(1): 99-115 *

Liverman D.M. 1999. Geography and the Global Environment. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 89(1): 107-124 *

Liverman, D.M. and G. Kourous. 1999. Climate Change and the Borderlands. Borderlines 56 7(5) May 1999

Liverman, D.M. 1999. Land Use and Land Cover Change. Proceedings of the 1999 Open meeting of the Human Dimensions of Global Change Community. IGES: Shonan, Japan.

Cavazos, T., A. C. Comrie, and D. Liverman, 1999. Local and remote linkages associated with extreme precipitation events during the monsoon season in southeast Arizona. Proceedings of the 24th Climate Diagnostics and Prediction Workshop Tucson, AZ, 1-5 Nov. Pp. 371-374.

Conde, C., D. Liverman, M. Flores, R. Ferrer, R. Araujo, E. Betancourt, G. Villarreal, and C. Gay. 1997. Vulnerability of rainfed maize crops in Mexico to climate change. Climate Research. 9(1-2): 17-23 *

Liverman D.M. 1997. Climate change and vulnerability in Latin America. Chapter 8 in F. García-García, G. Cisneros, A. Fernández-Eguiarte and R. Álvarez, eds. Prospects and Problems in Modeling the Impacts of Climate Change in Latin America in Numerical Simulations in the Environmental and Earth Sciences: Proceedings of the Second UNAM–CRAY Supercomputing Conference. Cambridge University Press: New York.

Scott M. et. al. 1996. Vulnerability and Urban Settlements. Chapter 12 in R.T. Watson et al. eds. Climate Change 1995: Impacts, Adaptation and Mitigation of Climate Change: Scientific-Technical Analyses. Contribution of Working Group II to the Second Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge University Press: New York.

O’Brien, K.L. and D.M. Liverman. 1995. Climate Change and Variability in Mexico. In J. Ribot and S. Panigidis, eds., Climate Change and Climatic Variations in the Semi-arid Tropics: Vulnerability and Social Responses. Cambridge University Press: New York.

Liverman, D.M. 1995. Variación Ambiental y Transformación Económica : Cambios de la Vulnerabilidad a AmenazasNaturales en Mexico Rural. Pp.125-142 in E. Mansilla, ed. Desastres: Modelo para Armar: Colección de Piezas de un Rompecabezas Social. La Red, ITDG: Lima, Peru.

Liverman, D. 1995. Climate change impacts and vulnerability in Mexico. Pp. 113-127 in Memorias del Segundo Taller de Estudio de País: México.. México Ante el Cambio Climático Global. . Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Mexico. Ferrer, R., C. Conde, G. Villareal. and D. Liverman. 1995.Agricultura en México y cambio climático global. Pp. 185-196 in Memorias del Segundo Taller de Estudio de País: México. México Ante el Cambio Climático Global. . Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Mexico.

Appendini K. and D.M. Liverman 1994. Agricultural policy and climate change in Mexico. Food Policy. 19(2): 149-164. [Also published in Downing T.E. ed. 1996. Climate Change and World Food Security. Heidelberg : Springer *

Robinson J., et al. 1994. Land Use and Land Cover Projections. Pp 176-198 in W.B. Meyer and B.L. Turner II., eds., Changes in Land Use and Land Cover: A Global Perspective. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Liverman, D.M. 1994. Modeling Social Systems and Their Interaction with the Environment: A View from Geography. Pp 86-103 in P.M. Groffman and G.E. Likens, eds, Integrated Regional Models: Interactions Between Humans and Their Environment. Chapman and Hall: New York.

Liverman, D.M. 1994. Vulnerability to Global Environmental Change. Chapter 26, pp. 326-342 in S. Cutter, ed., Environmental Risks and Hazards. Prentice Hall: Saddle River, NJ. (Reprint of 1990 report published by Clark University).

Liverman, D.M., F.B. Dilley, K.L. O’Brien, and L. Menchaca. 1994. The Impact of Global Warming on Mexican Maize Yields. Pp 210-224 in C. Rosenzweig and A. Iglesias, eds., Implications of Climate Change for International Agriculture. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Washington DC.

Liverman, D.M. 1994. Environment and Security in Mexico. Pp 230-264 in B.M. Bagley and S. Aguayo Quezada, eds. Mexico: In Search of Security. Transaction Publishers: New Brunswick, NJ. (Translation of 1990 chapter in Spanish).

Liverman, D.M. 1994. Cambio Global en México. Pp in Memorias del Primera Reunión del Programa Universitario del Medio Ambiente. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México: Mexico.

Liverman, D.M. and R. Sánchez. 1994. Human Dimensions of Global Change in the Americas: Suggestions for Social Science Research. Inter-American Institute for Global Change Newsletter. No. 5.

Rosenzweig C. and D. Liverman. 1993. Predicted effects of climate change on agriculture. Pp. 346-362 in S.K. Majumdar, L.S. Kalkstein, B. Yarnal, E. W. Miller, and L.M. Rosenfeld. eds. Global Climate Change. Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences: Philadelphia, PA.

Liverman, D.M. 1992. Global Change in Mexico. Earth and Mineral Sciences 60(4):71-76 (College of Earth and Mineral Sciences: Penn State University)

Liverman D.M. and A.J. Cravey. 1992. Geographic perspectives on Mexican regions. Pp. 39-57 in E. Van Young. ed. Mexico’s Regions: Comparative History and Development. San Diego: Center for US-Mexican Studies.

Liverman D.M. 1992. The regional impacts of global warming in Mexico : Uncertainty, Vulnerability and Response. pp. 44-68 in J. Schmandt and J. Clarkson eds. The Regions and Global Warming. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Liverman, D.M. 1992. Global Warming and Mexican Agriculture: Some Preliminary Results. Chapter 18. pp. 332-352 in John M. Reilly and Margot Anderson, eds. Economic Issues in Global Climate Change: Agriculture, Forests and Water Resources. Westview: Boulder.

Liverman, D.M. and K. O’Brien, 1991. Global Warming and Climate Change in Mexico. Global Environmental Change 1(4): 351-364

Liverman, D.M. 1990. Drought and Agriculture in Mexico: The case of Sonora and Puebla in 1970. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 80(1):49-72. *

Liverman D.M. 1990. Vulnerability to Global Change. Pp 8-23 in R. Kasperson ed. Understanding Global Environmental Change: The Contributions of Risk Analysis and Management. Report on an International Workshop, Clark University, Earth Transformed Program: Worcester MA. *

Liverman D.M. 1990. Medio Ambiente y Seguridad. in S. Aguayo and B. Bagley eds. En Busca de la Seguridad Perdida. Siglo Veintiuno:Mexico D.F..

Liverman, D.M. 1989. Evaluating Global Models. Journal of Environmental Management 29:215-235.

Liverman, D.M., M. Hanson, B. Brown and R. Merideth, 1988. Global Sustainability: Toward Measurement. Environmental Management 12:2, 133-143. *

Liverman, D.M., 1987. Forecasting the Impact of Climate on Food Systems: Model Testing and Model Linkage. Climatic Change 11:4, 267-285, also in S.H. Schneider and R. Land, 1988, Forecasting in the Social and Natural Sciences. Reidel, Holland.

Brown, B., M. Hanson, D. Liverman, R. Merideth, 1987. Global Sustainability: Toward Definition. Environmental Management 11:6, 713-719*

Marston, S.A. and D.M. Liverman. 1987. Introduction to Computer Applications in Emergency Management. pp. 3-7 in Terminal Disasters, S.A. Marston ed., Monograph No. 39, Institute for Behavioral Sciences, University of Colorado, Boulder.

Liverman, D.M., W.H. Terjung, J.T. Hayes and L.O. Mearns, 1986. Climatic Change and Grain Corn Yields in the North American Great Plains. Climatic Change 9, 327-347

Hekstra G.P. and D.M. Liverman, 1986, Global Food Futures and Desertification. Climatic Change 9, 59-66

D.M., 1986. The Vulnerability of Urban Areas to Technological Risks. Cities May 1986, 142-147

Liverman, D.M., 1986. The Sensitivity of Global Food Systems to Climatic Change. Journal of Climatology 6 355-373

Harwell C.C., T. Ihkita, Y. Shimazu, T. Vrabe, M. Harwell, J. Jacobsen, A. Katz, A. Leaf, D. Liverman, D. Mileh, J. Mitcheu, P. Slovic and G. White, 1985. Chapter 6 in M. Harwell and T. Hutchinson, The Environmental Consequences of Nuclear War: Ecological and Agricultural Effects. SCOPE, Wiley: New York.

Liverman, D.M. and D.J. Sherman, 1985. Natural hazards in novels and films: implications for hazard perception and behaviour. Pp 86-95 in J. Burgess and J.R. Gold, eds,. Geography, the Media and Popular Culture. Croom Helm: London.

Terjung, W.H., D.M. Liverman, and J. T. Hayes, 1984. Climate Change and Water Requirements for Grain Corn in the North American Great Plains. Climatic Change 6, 193-220

Liverman D.M. and J.P. Wilson, 1981. The Mississauga Train Derailment and Evacuation, 10-16 November 1981. The Canadian Geographer XXV(4): 365-375.


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