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Local path dependence of U.S. socioeconomic exposure to climate extremes and the vulnerability commitment. Global Environmental Change.. 2013.
Managing climate risks in human settlements. Greenhouse 2009 Conference. :183–196.. 2010.
Managing for Climate Variability in the Sydney Region. Journal of Coastal Research. 2007:109–113.. 2007.
A modeling study of coastal inundation induced by storm surge, sea-level rise, and subsidence in the Gulf of Mexico. Natural Hazards. 71(3):1771-1794.. 2014.
A national assessment of the sensitivity of Australian runoff to climate change. Atmospheric Science Letters. 208:202–208.. 2008.
Observed winter warming of the Chesapeake Bay estuary (1949-2002): implications for ecosystem management.. Environmental management. 34:125–39.. 2004.
Perceptions of Risk among Households in Two Australian Coastal Communities. Geographical Research. 53(2):145-159.. 2015.
Putting vulnerability to climate change on the map: a review of approaches, benefits, and risks. Sustainability Science. 6(2):177-202.. 2011.
Regional Workshops Synthesis Report: Sydney Coastal Councils’ Vulnerability to Climate Change: Part 1.. 2008.
Risk-based analysis of environmental monitoring data: application to heavy metals in North Carolina surface waters.. Environmental management. 30:279–93.. 2002.
Risk-Based Reanalysis of the Effects of Climate Change on U.S. Cold-water Habitat. Climatic Change. 76:91–119.. 2006.
Scenarios for vulnerability: opportunities and constraints in the context of climate change and disaster risk. Climatic Change.. 2013.
Screening Climatic and Non-Climatic Risks to Australian Catchments. Geographical Research. 46:258–274.. 2008.
Spatial patterns in benthic biodiversity of Chesapeake Bay, USA (1984-1999): association with water quality and sediment toxicity.. Environmental toxicology and chemistry / SETAC. 21:151–62.. 2002.
Toward a new conceptualization of household adaptive capacity to climate change: applying a risk governance lens. Ecology and Society. 19(4). 2014.