The publications below are organized by author. They reflect many years of research and international exchange around the growing urgency to better understand and respond to extreme hydro-meteorological events. The information for each author is not comprehensive, but tries to reflect most of their publications in the past 10-15 years.
CCB RESEARCHER » Michael H. Glantz
Kelman I., Glantz M.H. (2014). Early warning systems defined. Singh A. & Zommers Z. (eds.), Preventing Disaster: Early Warning Systems for climate change, London, Springer.
Michael Glantz and Qian Ye, 2009: Usable Thoughts Released at COP-15 in Copenhagen, Usable Thoughts encourages thought and discussion on the earths climate system, including its interrelatedness to hman society and the environment, the impact of climate variability, and climate extremes and change. UNU press US$10.00 see review here
Michael Glantz, René Gommes and Selvaraju Ramasamy, UN(FAO), 2009: Coping with a Changing Climate: Considerations for adaptation and Mitigation in Agriculture
Wolde-Georgis, Tsegay, M.H. Glantz, 2009: Biofuels in Africa: A Pathway to Development? in International Research Center for Energy and Economic Development. Occasional Papers: #43.
Glantz, M.H., 2008: The twenty-first century as “the climate century.” Chapter 16 in Climate Change and Variation: A Primer for Teachers (W.A. Dando, ed..), 86-72. Washington, DC: National Council for Geographic Education.
Glantz, M.H., and Q. Ye, 2008: Sea level change and coastal urban flooding. Chapter 9 in Climate Change and Variation: A Primer for Teachers (W.A. Dando, ed..), 112-121. Washington, DC: National Council for Geographic Education.
Glantz, M.H., 2007: How about a Spare Time University? WMO Bulletin, 56(2), 126-130. Glantz, M.H., 2007: Aral Sea Basin: A sea dies, a sea also rises (available by permission in PDF). Ambio, 36(4), 323- 327.
Glantz, M.H., 2007: Heads Up! Early Warning Systems for Climate, Water and Weather. Beijing, China: Tsinghua University Press. 173 pp.
Glantz, M.H., 2007: Prototype Training Workshop on Water Affairs. Proceedings of workshop held 4-7 December 2006 in Hanoi, Vietnam. Boulder, CO: NCAR.
Glantz, M.H. , 2006: Hurricane Katrina rekindles thoughts about fallacies of a so-called “natural” disaster. In: P.S. Ranade (Ed.), Natural Disasters: Management and Preparedness, 138-147. Hyderabad, India: ICFAI University Press.
McPhaden, M.J., S.E. Zebiak, and M.H. Glantz, 2006: ENSO as an integrating concept in earth science. Science, 314(5806), 1740-1745. doi:10.1126/science.1132588.
Glantz, M.H., 2006: Making climate serve the people. WMO Bulletin, 55(2), 116-125.
Glantz, M.H., 2006: Prototype Training Workshop for Educators on the Effects of Climate Change on Seasonality and Environmental Hazards. (in PDF) CAPaBLE/APN Report of meeting held 6-9 March 2006 in Bangkok, Thailand. Report website available here.
Glantz, M.H., 2006: Global warming: Whose problem is it anyway? Comment in GeoTimes, 51(6), 7. (Link goes to GeoTimes online edition)
Stige, L.C., J. Stave, K-S Chan, L. Ciannelli, N. Pettorelli, M.H. Glantz, H.R. Herren, and N.C. Stenseth, 2006: The effect of climate variation on agro-pastoral production in Africa. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, doi: 10.1073/pnas.0600057103.
Glantz, M.H., 2006: Six essays in: H. Bridgman and J.E. Oliver (eds.), The Global Climate System: Patterns, Processes, and Teleconnections. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Glantz, M.H. and I.S. Zonn, 2005: The Aral Seas: Water, Climate, and Environmental Change in Central Asia. WMO No. 982. Geneva: World Meteorological Organization.
Glantz, M.H., 2005: Hurricane Katrina rekindles thoughts about fallacies of a so-called “natural” disaster. Sustainability: Science, Practice & Policy. An open access e-Journal for sustainable solutions. Vol. 1(2).
Glantz, M.H., 2005: What makes good climates go bad? Geotimes, 50(4), 18-24. (Link goes to Geotimes online edition)
Glantz, M.H. (with J. Nihoul and N. Aladin), 2005 (eds.): Special issue of Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, consisting of papers dealing with environmental projects, strategies for international planning, expectations, and questions from a sustainable development perspective. Vol. 10, No. 1, January.
Glantz, M.H., 2005: Water, climate and development issues in the Amudarya Basin. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 10(1), 23-50.
Glantz, M.H., 2005: Usable Science 9: El Niño Early Warning for Sustainable Development in Pacific Rim Countries and Islands. Report of workshop held 13-16 September 2004, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. Boulder, CO: NCAR.
Glantz, M.H., 2004: Environmental problems in drylands: Challenges and tradeoffs for society. In Challenges for Drylands in the New Millennium: A Cross-Cutting Approach for Assessment (Z. Adeel, D. Clancy, and A. Dubreuil, eds.), 10-32. Proceedings of a Joint UNU-MA-ICARDA International Workshop, held 10-15 August 2003 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. UNU Desertification Series No. 6. Hamilton, Ontario: UNU-INWEH.
Glantz, M.H., 2004: Usable Science 8: Early Warning Systems: Do’s and Don’ts. Report of workshop held 20-23 October 2003 in Shanghai, China. Boulder, CO: NCAR.
Gommes, R., J. du Guerny, M.H. Glantz, and L-N Hsu, 2004: Climate and HIV/AIDS: A Hotspots Analysis for Early Warning Rapid Response Systems. Bangkok: UN Development Programme, Southeast Asia HIV and Development Programme.
Glantz, M.H., 2003: Climate Affairs: A Primer. Covelo, CA: Island Press.
Glantz, M.H., 2003: Guidelines for Establishing Audits of AGricultural-ENvironmental (AG-EN) Hotspots. Environment and Natural Resources Service, Sustainable Development Department Paper No. 15. Rome: FAO.
Glantz, M.H. (ed.), 2001: Once Burned, Twice Shy? Lessons Learned from the 1997-98 El Niño. Tokyo: United Nations University.
Glantz, M.H., 2000: Currents of Change: Impacts of El Niño and La Niña on Climate and Society. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 266 pp.
Glantz, M.H., 1999: Global environmental problems in the Caspian region. ESIG/NCAR. Glantz, M.H. (ed.), 1999: Creeping Environmental Problems and Sustainable Development in the Aral Sea Basin. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. (link to abstract)
Barnston, A.G., M.H. Glantz, and Y. He, 1999: Predictive Skill of Statistical and Dynamical Climate Models in SST Forecasts during the 1997–98 El Niño Episode and the 1998 La Niña Onset. BAMS, 80, 2, 218-243.
Glantz, M.H., 1997: Using Science Against Famine: Food Security, Famine Early Warning, and El Nino. Special issue of Internet Journal of African Studies.
CCB RESEARCHER » Tsegay Wolde-Georgis
Wolde-Georgis, Tsegay, 2009: Climate-based Malaria Early Warning System in Ethiopia. MH. Glantz, Editor. Heads Up! Early Warning System for Climate, Water and Weather-related Hazards. Tokyo, United Nations University. In Press. Wolde-
Georgis, Tsegay, M.H. Glantz, 2009: Biofuels in Africa: A Pathway to Development? in International Research Center for Energy and Economic Development. Occasional Papers: #43.
Connor, S.J., T. Dinku, T Wolde-Georgis, Endalkachew Bekele, Daddi Jima, 2008: A Collaborative Epidemic Early Warning & Response initiative in Ethiopia. In proceedings of International Symposium on PWS: A Key to Service Delivery, Geneva, 3-5 December 2007, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva. pages 166-171.
Wolde-Georgis, T., 2002: The Impacts of Cold Events on Ethiopia. In Michael H. Glantz, (ed): La Niña and Its Impacts: Facts and Speculation. Tokyo, Japan: UNU.
Wolde-Georgis, T., D. Aweke, Y. Hagos., 2001: Ethiopia country case study: Impacts and responses to the 1997-98 El Niño event. In Glantz, M.H. (editor).: Once Burned, Twice Shy? Lessons Learned from the 1997-98 El Niño. Tokyo, Japan: United Nations University Press. Pages 88-100.
Wolde-Georgis, T., 1997: El Niño and Drought Early Warning in Ethiopia. Internet Journal for African Studies. Issue No. 2. Wolde-Georgis, T., 1997: Land, Peasants and the State in Ethiopia: Past and Present. Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies. Vol. 16. No. 1.
Wolde-Georgis, T., 1997: Time-Budget Analysis. In Peter Van Arsdale and S .R. Vermuri (eds) Applied Field Methods: A Manual of Practice. Pages 47-51.
Wolde-Georgis, T., 1995: The Limits of Land Reform Implementation in Resource Poor Societies. Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives. Vol. 14, No. 1 & 2. March and June. Pages 39-53.
Hailu, T., T. Wolde-Georgis, P. Van Arsdale 1994: Resource Depletion, Famine and Refugees in Tigray (Ethiopia), with T. Hailu and P. W. Van Arsdale, in African Refugees: Development Aid and Repatriation. H. Adelman and J. Sorenson (eds). San Francisco: Westview Press. Pages 21-41.
CCB RESEARCHER » Marie Ange Baudoin
Senaratna N., Baudoin M-A., Oluoko-Odingo A., Wepukhulu D. W. and Mwadali A. S. (forthcoming) (2014). Natural hazards and climate change in Kenya: Minimizing the impacts on vulnerable communities through Early Warning Systems. Singh A. & Zommers Z. (eds.), Preventing Disaster: Early Warning Systems for climate change, London, Springer.
Baudoin M-A. (2013). Enhancing climate change adaptation in Africa: Assessing the role of local institutions in Southern Benin. Climate and Development, 1-10. DOI 10.1080/17565529.2013.844677
Baudoin M-A. (2013).Climate Change Adaptation in Southern Benin: International policy and field reality in Benin. Carrapatoso A. and Kurzinger E. (eds.), Climate Resilient Development: Participatory solution from developing countries, London, Routledge Studies in Sustainable Development.
Baudoin M-A., Cuni Sanchez A. and Fandohan B. (2013). Small scale farmers’ vulnerability to climatic changes in southern Benin: The importance of farmers’ perceptions of existing institutions. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, DOI 10.1007/s11027-013-9468-9.