Bold = Lab Member
Alessandro Antonello and Mark Carey, “Ice Cores and the Temporalities of the Global Environment,” Environmental Humanities , in press.
Rodney Garrard and Mark Carey, “Beyond Images of Melting Ice: Hidden Stories of People, Place, and Time in Repeat Photography of Glaciers,” in Before-and-After Photography: Histories and Contexts, edited by Jordan Bear and Kate Palmer Albers (New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2017), chapter 6.
Mark Carey, “Watering the Desert, Feeding the Revolution: Velasco’s Influence on Water Law and Agriculture on Peru’s North-Central Coast (Chavimochic),” in The Peculiar Revolution: Rethinking the Peruvian Experiment under Military Rule, edited by Carlos Aguirre and Paulo Drinot (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2017), 241-265.
Mark Carey, Olivia C. Molden, Mattias Borg Rasmussen, M. Jackson, Anne W. Nolin, and Bryan G. Mark, “Impacts of Glacier Recession and Declining Meltwater on Mountain Societies,” Annals of the American Association of Geographers 107, no. 2 (2017): 350-359.
Molly H. Polk, Kenneth R. Young, Michel Baraer, Bryan G. Mark, Jeffrey M. McKenzie, Jeffrey Bury, and Mark Carey, “Exploring hydrologic connections between tropical mountain wetlands and glacier recession in Peru’s Cordillera Blanca,” Applied Geography 78 (2017): 94-103.
Alessandro Antonello, “Engaging and Narrating the Antarctic Ice Sheet: The History of an Earthly Body,” Environmental History 22, no. 1 (2017): 77-100.
Mark Carey, Rodney Garrard, Courtney Cecale, Wouter Buytaert, Christian Huggel, and Mathias Vuille, “Climbing for Science and Ice: From Hans Kinzl and Mountaineering-Glaciology to Citizen Science in the Cordillera Blanca,” Revista de Glaciares y Ecosistemas de Montaña, 1, no. 1 (Dec. 2016): 59-72.
Adam French, Michel Baraer, Jeffrey T. Bury, Mark Carey, Bryan G. Mark, Jeffrey M. McKenzie, Kenneth R. Young, and Molly H. Polk, “Coyuntura crítica: Cambio climático, globalización y la doble exposición en el sistema socio-hidrológico de la cuenca del Río Santa, Perú,” in Naturaleza y sociedad: Perspectivas socio-ecológicas sobre cambios globales en América Latina, edited by Julio C. Postigo and Kenneth R. Young (Lima: desco, IEP and INTE-PUCP, 2016),303-340.
Mark Carey, Kathy Lynn, Kevin Hatfield, and Jennifer O’Neal “Teaching about Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples: Decolonizing Research and Broadening Knowledge,” in Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities,” edited by Stephen Siperstein, Shane Hall, and Stephanie LeMenager (New York: Routledge, 2016), 86-93.
Alessandro Antonello, “Finding Place in Antarctica,” in Antarctica and the Humanities, edited by Peder Roberts, Lize Marié van der Watt, and Adrian Howkins (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016): 181-203.
Mark Carey, “The Trouble with Climate Change and National Parks,” in National Parks Beyond the Nation: Global Perspectives on “America’s Best Idea,” edited by Adrian Howkins, Jared Orsi, and Mark Fiege (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2016), 258-277.
Mark Carey, M. Jackson, Alessandro Antonello, and Jaclyn Rushing, “Glaciers, Gender, and Science: A Feminist Glaciology Framework for Global Environmental Change Research”, Progress in Human Geography 40, no. 6 (2016), 770-793.
M Jackson, “Representing Glaciers in Icelandic Art: A Spatial Shift,” Environment, Space, Place, 7, no. 2 (2015): 65-96.
M Jackson, “Glaciers and climate change: narratives of ruined futures,” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews (WIREs): Climate Change 6, no. 5 (2015): 479-492.
Christian Huggel, Mark Carey, John J. Clague, and Andreas Kääb, editors, The High-Mountain Cryosphere: Environmental Changes and Human Risks, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Fabian Drenkhan, Mark Carey, Christian Huggel, Jochen Seidel, and María Teresa Oré, “The Changing Water Cycle: Climatic and Socioeconomic Drivers of Water-related Changes in the Andes of Peru,”WIREs Water (2015): doi: 10.1002/wat2.1105.
Christian Huggel, Mark Carey, John J. Clague, and Andreas Kääb, “Introduction: The complexity of high mountain human cryosphere environments unfolded,” in The High-Mountain Cryosphere: Environmental Changes and Human Risks, edited by Christian Huggel, Mark Carey, John J. Clague, and Andreas Kääb (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015), 1-6.
Mark Carey, Christian Huggel, John J. Clague, and Andreas Kääb, “Synthesis and Conclusions: The Future of High-Mountain Cryospheric Research,” in The High-Mountain Cryosphere: Environmental Changes and Human Risks, edited by Christian Huggel, Mark Carey, John J. Clague, and Andreas Kääb (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015), 339-353.
Alessandro Antonello. “Nature Conservation and Antarctic Diplomacy, 1959–1964.” The Polar Journal 4.2 (2014): 335-53. doi:10.1080/2154896x.2014.954882
Mark Carey, Glaciares, cambio climático y desastres naturales: Ciencia y sociedad en el Perú, Lima: Instituto Francés de Estudios Andinos/Instituto de Estudios Peruanos, 2014.
Mark Carey, Lincoln C. James, Hannah A. Fuller, “A New Social Contract for the IPCC,” in Nature Climate Change 4, (Dec. 2014): 1038-1039.
Mark Carey, Graham McDowell, Christian Huggel, M. Jackson, César Portocarrero, John Reynolds, and Luis Vicuña, “Integrated Approaches to Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction in Dynamic Socio-cryospheric Systems,” in Snow and Ice-Related Hazards, Risks, and Disasters, edited by Wilfried Haeberli and Colin Whiteman (Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2014), 220-261.
Mark Carey, “Climate, Medicine, and Peruvian Health Resorts for Tuberculosis Treatment, 1850-1950,”Science, Technology, and Human Values 39, no. 6 (2014): 795-818.
Mark Carey, Michel Baraer, Bryan G. Mark, Adam French, Jeffrey Bury, Kenneth R. Young, and Jeffrey M. McKenzie, “Toward Hydro-Social Modeling: Merging Human Variables and the Social Sciences with Climate-Glacier Runoff Models (Santa River, Peru),” Journal of Hydrology 518, Part A (2014): 60-70.
Wolfgang Cramer, Gary Yohe, Maximillian Auffhammer, Christian Huggel, Ulf Molau, Maria Assuncao Silva Dias, Andrew Solow, Dáithí Stone, Lourdes Tibig, Laurens Bouwer, Mark Carey, Graham Cogley, Dim Coumou, Yuka Otsuki Estrada, Eberhard Faust, Gerrit Hansen, Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, Joanna I. House, Solmon Hsiang, Lesley Hughes, Sari Kovats, Paul Leadley, David Lobell, Camille Parmesan, Elvira Poloczanska, Hans Otto Pörtner, Andy Reisinger, “Detection and Attribution of Observed Impacts,” in Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability, Part A: Global and Sectoral Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014), 979-1038.
Joan Nymand Larsen, Oleg A. Anisimov, Andrew Constable, Anne Hollowed, Nancy Maynard, Pål Prestrud, Terry Prowse, John Stone, Terry Callaghan, Mark Carey, Peter Convey, Andrew Derocher, Peter T. Fretwell, Bruce C. Forbes, Solveig Glomsrød, Dominic Hodgson, Eileen Hofmann, Grete K. Hovelsrud, Gita L Ljubicic, Harald Loeng, Eugene Murphy, Steve Nicol, Anders Oskal, James D. Reist, Phil Trathan, Barbara Weinecke, Fred Wrona, “Polar Regions,” in Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability, Part B: Regional Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014), 1567-1612.
Mark Carey, “Beyond Weather: The Culture and Politics of Climate History,” in Oxford Handbook of Environmental History, edited by Andrew Isenberg (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014), 23-51.
Mark Carey and Philip Garone, “Forum Introduction: Climate Change and Environmental History,”Environmental History 19, no. 2 (April 2014): 282-293 (co-editor of Special Forum Issue and co-author of the introductory article).
Mark Carey, “Science, Models, and Historians: Toward a Critical Climate History,” Environmental History 19, no. 2 (April 2014): 354-364.
David J. Wrathall, Jeffrey Bury, Mark Carey, Bryan Mark, Jeff McKenzie, Kenneth Young, Michel Baraer, Adam French, and Costanza Rampini,”Migration Admist Climate Rigidity Traps: Resource Politics and Social-Ecological Possibilism in Honduras and Peru,” Annals of Association of American Geographers 104, no. 2 (2014): 292-304.
Alessandro Antonello. “Australia, the International Geophysical Year and the 1959 Antarctic Treaty.” Australian Journal of Politics & History 59.4 (2013): 532-46. doi:10.1111/ajph.12031.
Rebecca Lave, Matthew Wilson, Elizabeth Barron, Christine Biermann, Mark Carey, Martin Doyle, Chris Duvall, Leigh Johnson, Maria Lane, Jamie Lorimer, Nathan McClintock, Rachel Pain, Jim Proctor, Bruce Rhoads, Morgan Robertson, Jairus Rossi, Nathan Sayre, Gregory Simon, Marc Tadaki, and Chris Van Dyke, “Intervention: Critical Physical Geography,” Candian Geographe/LeGéographe canadien 58, no. 1 (2013): 1-10.
Dáithí Stone, Maximilian Auffhammer, Mark Carey, Gerrit Hansen, Christian Huggel, Wolfgang Cramer, David Lobell, Ulf Molau, Andrew Solow, Lourdes Tibig, and Gary Yohe, “The Challenge to Detect and Attribute Effects of Climate Change on Human and Natural Systems,” Climatic Change 121, no. 2 (Nov. 2013): 381-395.
Jeffrey Bury, Bryan Mark, Mark Carey, Kenneth Young, Jeffrey McKenzie, Michel Baraer, Adam French, Molly Polk, and Kyung Huh, “New Geographies of Water and Climate Change in Peru: Coupled Natural and Social Transformations in the Santa River Watershed,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103, no. 2 (2013): 363-374.
Mark Carey, “Climate and History: A Critical Review of Historical Climatology and Climate Change Historiography,” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews – Climate Change 3 (2012): 233-249.
Mark Carey, Adam French, and Elliott O’Brien, “ Unintended Effects of Technology on Climate Change Adaptation: An Historical Analysis of Water Conflicts below Andean Glaciers,” Journal of Historical Geography 38, no. 2 (2012): 181-191.
Mark Carey, “Mountaineers and Engineers: The Politics of International Science, Recreation, and Environmental Change in Twentieth-Century Peru,” Hispanic American Historical Review 92, no. 1 (2012): 107-141.
Mark Carey, “From National Parks to National Archives: The Diplomacy of Research in Latin America,” in Research Beyond Borders: Multidisciplinary Reflections, eds. Lise-Hélène Smith and Anjana Narayan (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books of Rowman and Littlefield, 2012), 23-35.
Mark Carey, Christian Huggel, Jeffrey Bury, César Portocarrero, and Wilfried Haeberli, “An Integrated Socio-Environmental Framework for Glacier Hazard Management and Climate Change Adaptation: Lessons from Lake 513, Cordillera Blanca, Peru,” Climatic Change 112, nos. 3-4 (2011): 733-767.
Mark Carey, “Inventing Caribbean Climates: How Science, Medicine, and Tourism Changed Tropical Weather from Deadly to Healthy,” Osiris 26, no. 1 (2011): 129-141.
Mark Carey, In the Shadow of Melting Glaciers: Climate Change and Andean Society, Oxford University Press, 2010.
Mark Carey, “Commodities, Colonial Science, and Environmental Change in Latin American History,”Radical History Review 107 (Spring 2010): 185-194.
Mark Carey, “Latin American Environmental History: Current Trends, Interdisciplinary Insights, and Future Directions,” Environmental History 14, no. 2 (April 2009): 221-252.
Mark Carey, “Disasters , Development, and Glacial Lake Control in Twentieth-Century Peru,” inMountains: Sources of Water, Sources of Knowledge, ed. Ellen Wiegandt (The Netherlands: Springer, 2008), 181-196.
Mark Carey, “The Politics of Place: Inhabiting and Defending Glacier Hazard Zones in Peru’s Cordillera Blanca,” in Darkening Peaks: Glacial Retreat in Scientific and Social Context, eds. Ben Orlove, Ellen Wiegandt, and Brian Luckman (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008), 229-240.
Mark Carey, “The History of Ice: How Glaciers Became an Endangered Species,” Environmental History12, no. 3 (July 2007): 497-527.
Mark Carey, “TheNature of Place: Recent Research on Environment and Society in Latin America,” Latin American Research Review 42, no. 3 (2007): 251-264.
Mark Carey, “Living and Dying With Glaciers: People’s Historical Vulnerability to Avalanches and Outburst Floods in Peru,” Global and Planetary Change 47, no. 2-4 (July 2005): 122-134.