Publications

Vulnerability & Adaptation

2013

Scott, Christopher A., Francisco Meza, Robert G. Varady, Holm Tiessen, Jamie McEvoy, Gregg M. Garfin, Margaret Wilder, Luis M. Farfán, Nicolás Pineda Pablos, Elma Montaña. 2013. Water security and adaptive management in the arid Americas. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103(2): 280-289, doi:10.1080/00045608.2013.754660.

2012

Scott, Christopher A., Robert G. Varady, Francisco Meza, Elma Montaña, Graciela B. de Raga, Brian Luckman, and Christopher Martius. 2012. Science-policy dialogues for water security: Addressing vulnerability and adaptation to global change in the arid Americas. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 54(3): 30–42.

Science-policy dialogues for water security: addressing vulnerability and adaptation to global change in the arid Americas. Environment, May/June 2012, 54(3): 30-42. [LINK] (edit)

Salas, S., E. Jiménez, E. Montaña, R. Garay-Flühmann, D.  Gauthier y H.P. Diaz (en prensa), Vulnerabilidad al cambio climático. Desafíos para la adaptación en las cuencas de Elqui y Mendoza. La Serena: InterAmerican Institute for Global Change Research y Universidad de La Serena. ISBN 978-956-351-091-1 [pdf]

Hydroclimatology & Risk

2012

Montaña, Elma (2012, en prensa), Escenarios de cambio ambiental global, escenarios de pobreza rural. Una mirada desde el territorio. Buenos Aires: CLACSO-CROP [pdf]

2010

Silva, Daniel, Francisco J. Meza, and Eduardo Varas. 2010. Estimating reference evapotranspiration (ETo) using numerical weather forecast data in central Chile. Journal of Hydrology 382 (1–4 ): 64–71.

2009

Meza, Francisco, and Daniel Silva. 2009. Dynamic adaptation of maize and wheat production to climate change. Climatic Change 94(1): 143–156.

Silva, Daniel O., Francisco J. Meza, and Eduardo Varas. 2009. Use of mesoscale model MM5 forecasts as proxies for surface meteorological and agroclimatic variables. Ciencia e Investigación Agraria 36: 369–380

2008

Montaña, Elma. 2008. “Central Andes Foothill Farmers Facing Global Environmental Change”. In: IHDP Update, N° 2, October 2008, p. 36-40. International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change. ISSN: 1727-155X [pdf]