Patricia Gober

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Geography, Gerontology, General
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Strickert G, Chun KP, Bradford L, et al. (2016) Unpacking viewpoints on water security: Lessons from the South Saskatchewan River Basin Water Policy. 18: 50-72
Hassanzadeh E, Elshorbagy A, Wheater H, et al. (2016) Integrating supply uncertainties from stochastic modeling into integrated water resource management: Case study of the Saskatchewan River Basin Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 142
Gober P, Sampson DA, Quay R, et al. (2016) Urban adaptation to mega-drought: Anticipatory water modeling, policy, and planning for the urban Southwest Sustainable Cities and Society
Hassanzadeh E, Elshorbagy A, Wheater H, et al. (2016) A risk-based framework for water resource management under changing water availability, policy options, and irrigation expansion Advances in Water Resources. 94: 291-306
Gober P, Quay R, Larson KL. (2016) Outdoor Water Use as an Adaptation Problem: Insights from North American Cities Water Resources Management. 30: 899-912
Chuang WC, Gober P. (2015) Predicting hospitalization for heat-related illness at the census-tract level: accuracy of a generic heat vulnerability index in Phoenix, Arizona (USA). Environmental Health Perspectives. 123: 606-12
Larson KL, White DD, Gober P, et al. (2015) Decision-making under uncertainty for water sustainability and urban climate change adaptation Sustainability (Switzerland). 7: 14761-14784
Gober PA, Strickert GE, Clark DA, et al. (2015) Divergent Perspectives on Water Security: Bridging the Policy Debate Professional Geographer. 67: 62-71
Lee SJ, Chang H, Gober P. (2015) Space and time dynamics of urban water demand in Portland, Oregon and Phoenix, Arizona Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment. 29: 1135-1147
Gober P, Wheater HS. (2015) Debates - Perspectives on socio-hydrology: Modeling flood risk as a public policy problem Water Resources Research. 51: 4782-4788
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