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Sustainability and climate models for the Intermountain West: An annotated bibliography
Brookings Mountain West Publications
  • Marianne A. Buehler, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • William E. Brown, Jr., Brookings Mountain West
Document Type
Bibliography
Publication Date
11-1-2011
Publisher
Brookings Mountain West; University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Abstract

This resource on climate models and sustainability in the Intermountain West, a region that includes the states of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah, is a collaborative effort between the UNLV Libraries (http://library.unlv.edu/) and Brookings Mountain West (http://brookingsmtnwest.unlv.edu/).

The selected citations include academic, government, and non-profit information that highlight ongoing research on climate models and sustainability efforts in the region. The websites, government studies, independent reports, scholarly articles, and media reports reflect the diversity and complexity of climate change and sustainability issues in a region that contains widely varying ecosystems. The Intermountain West, with its deserts, basins, mountains, metropolitan centers, and rural areas is a microcosm of our nation’s terrain, with the obvious and notable exception of a coastal region. Although, as studies show, the Intermountain West is not immune to climate shifts originating in nearby coastal areas.

The citations provided herein include annotated descriptions designed to assist the reader in evaluating the utility of each resource. It is our intention to update this information on a regular basis, as new information and resources are identified.

Keywords
  • Bibliography; Climatic changes; Global warming; Southwest,
  • New; Sustainability; West (U.S.)
Language
English
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0
Citation Information
Marianne A. Buehler and William E. Brown. "Sustainability and climate models for the Intermountain West: An annotated bibliography" (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/marianne_buehler/2/