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Griffin, D., D.M. Meko, R. Touchan, S.W. Leavitt, C.A. Woodhouse. 2011. Latewood chronology development for summer-moisture reconstruction in the U.S. Southwest. Tree-Ring Research 67, 87-101.
Pederson, G.T.,S. T. Gray, C. A. Woodhouse, J. L. Betancourt, D. B.
Fagre, J.S. Littell, E. Watson, B. H. Luckman, L. J. Graumlich. 2011. Evidence from tree rings highlights the unusual nature of recent snowpack declines. Science 333, 332-335. DOI: 10.1126/science.1201570.
Gray, S.T., J.J.
Lukas, C.A. Woodhouse. 2011. Millennial-length records of
streamflow from three major upper Colorado River tributaries. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2011.00535.x.
G.T. Pederson, and S.T. Gray. 2011. An 1800-year record of
decadal-scale hydroclimatic variability in the Upper Arkansas River
basin from bristlecone pine. Quaternary Research, 75, 483-490. doi: 10.1016/j.yqres.2010.12.007.
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Meko, D.M. C.A. Woodhouse, and K. Morino. 2010. Dendrochronology and links to streamflow. Journal of Hydrology, doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.11.041.
Leavitt, S.W., C.A. Woodhouse, C.L. Castro, W.E. Wright, D.M. Meko, R.
Touchan, D. Griffin and B. Ciancarelli, 2010. The North American
Monsoon in the U.S. Southwest: potential for investigation with
tree-ring carbon isotopes. Quaternary International 235, 101-107 doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2010.05.006.
Kay, M.W., C.A. Woodhouse, and S.T. Jackson. 2010. Persistence and
expansion of ponderosa pine woodlands in the west-central Great Plains
during the past two centuries. Journal of Biogeography. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2010.02327.x
Banner, J.L., C.S. Jackson, L. Yang, K. Hayhoe, C. Woodhouse, L.
Gulden, K. Jacobs, G. North, R. Leung, and W. Washington. 2010. Climate
change impacts on Texas water. Texas Water Journal 1, 1-19.
Touchan, R., C.A. Woodhouse, D.M. Meko, C.D. Allen. 2010. Millennial
Precipitation Reconstruction for the Jemez Mountains, New Mexico,
Reveals Changing Drought Signal. International Journal of Climatology. DOI: 10.1002/joc.2117.
Woodhouse, C.A., D.M. Meko, G. M, MacDonald, D. W. Stahle, and E. R.
Cook. 2010. A 1200-year perspective on the 21st century drought in
southwestern North America. Proceedings of the National Academies
of Science (PNAS) 107, 21283-21288 doi: 10.1073/pnas.0911197107.
Barger, N.N, H.D. Adams, C.A. Woodhouse, J.C. Neff, and G.P. Asner.
2009. Influence of Livestock Grazing and Climate on Pinyon Pine
(Pinus edulis) Dynamics. Rangeland Ecology and Management 62, 531-539.
Rice, J.L., C.A. Woodhouse, and J.J. Lukas, 2009. Science and decision-making: water management and tree-ring data in the western United States. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 45, 1248-1259.
Woodhouse, C.A., J.L. Russell, and E.R. Cook, 2009. Two modes of North American drought from instrumental and paleoclimatic data. Journal of Climate 22, 4336–4347.
D.M., C.A. Woodhouse, C.H. Baisan, T. Knight, J.J. Lukas, M.K. Hughes,
and M.W. Salzer, 2007. Medieval drought in the upper Colorado River basin. Geophysical Research Letters 34m L10705, doi: 10.1029/2007GL029988
S. W., T.N. Chase, B. Rajagopalan, E. Lee, P. J. Lawrence, C. A.
Woodhouse, 2007. Southwestern U.S. drought maps from pinyon tree-ring
carbon isotopes. EOS, Volume 88, Number 4, pp. 39-40.
C.A. and J.J. Lukas, 2006. Drought, tree rings, and water resource
management. Canadian Water Resources Journal 31, 297-310.
D.M. and C.A. Woodhouse, in review. Dendroclimatology, dendrohydrology,
and water resources management, In: Tree Rings and Climate:
Sharpening the Focus, (eds. H.F. Diaz and M.K. Hughes). Kluwer/Springer.
Woodhouse, C.A., S.T. Gray, and D.M. Meko, 2006. Updated streamflow reconstructions for the Upper Colorado River basin.
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C.A. and J.J. Lukas. 2006. Multi-century tree-ring reconstructions of
Colorado streamflow for water resource planning.
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C.A., K.E. Kunkel, D.R. Easterling, and E.R. Cook. 2005. The 20th
century pluvial in the western United States. Geophysical Research
Letters, 32, dio:1029/2005GL022413.
D.M. and C.A. Woodhouse. 2005. Tree-ring footprint of joint hydrologic
drought in Sacramento and Upper Colorado River basins, western USA.
Journal of Hydrology, 308, 196-213.
R.A., N. Doesken, O. Bliss, T. Green, C. Chaffin, J.D. Salas, C.A.
Woodhouse, J.J. Lukas, and K. Wolter. 2005. Drought 2002 in Colorado –
An Unprecedented Drought or a Routine Drought? Pure
and Applied Geophysics (PAGEOPH), 162, 1455-1479.
E.R., C.A. Woodhouse, C.M. Eakin, D.M. Meko, and D.W. Stahle. 2004.
Long-term aridity changes in the western United States.
Science, 306, 1015-1018.
C.A., 2004. A Paleo Perspective on Hydroclimatic Variability in the
Western United States. Aquatic Sciences, 66, 346-356.
Woodhouse, C.A. 2003. A 431-year reconstruction of western Colorado snowpack. Journal of Climate, 16, 1551-1561.
C.A. 2003. Dendrochronological Evidence for Long-Term Hydroclimatic
Variability. Lewis, W.M. Jr., Editor, Water and Climate in the
Western United States, University Press of Colorado, Boulder, pp. 49-58.
S., C.A. Woodhouse, M.P.Hoerling. 2002. Multidecadal streamflow regimes
in the interior western United States: implications for the
vulnerability of water resources. Geophysical Research Letters, 29, 2036-2039.
J.J. Lukas, and P.M. Brown. 2002. Drought in the western Great Plains,
1845-56: impacts and implications.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 83, 1485-1493.
Woodhouse, C.A. and P.M. Brown. 2001. Tree-ring evidence for Great Plains drought. Tree-Ring Research, 57, 89-103.
C.A. 2001. A tree-ring reconstruction of streamflow for the Colorado
Front Range. Journal of the American Water Resources
Association 37, 561-570.
C.A. 1999. Artificial neural networks and dendroclimatic
reconstructions: an example from the Front Range, Colorado, USA.
The Holocene 9: 521-529.
C.A. and J.T. Overpeck. 1998. 2000 years of drought variability in the
central United States. Bulletin of the American
Meteorological Society 79: 2693-2714.
Woodhouse, C.A. and D.M. Meko. 1997. Number of precipitation days reconstructed from southwestern tree rings. Journal of Climate 10:2663-2669.
Woodhouse, C.A.1997. Tree-ring reconstructions of circulation indices. Climate Research 8:117-127.
C.A. 1997. Winter climate and atmospheric circulation patterns in the
Sonoran Desert region. International Journal of Climate 17:859-873.
Hirschboeck, K.K., F. Ni, M.L. Wood, C.A. Woodhouse, 1996. Synoptic dendroclimatology: overview and outlook. In: J.S. Dean,
D.M. Meko, and T.W. Swetnam, eds., Tree Rings,
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W.S.F., J.B. Mitton, D.K. Yamaguchi, and C.A. Woodhouse. 1995. A
comparison of limber pine (Pinus flexilus) ages at lower and
upper treeline sites east of the Continental Divide
in Colorado. American Midlands Naturalist 133:101-111.
Woodhouse, C.A. 1993. Tree-growth response to ENSO events in the central Colorado Front Range. Physical Geography 14:417-435.
C.A. and P.A. Kay. 1990. The use of tree-ring chronologies to show
spatial and temporal changes in an air mass boundary.
Physical Geography 11:172-190.