Dr. Maureen Mccarthy
Research Professor, Environmental Science
Water security in Native American communities of Nevada, Environmental Science and Policy, 136, 520-529, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2022.07.009, , (2022).
Techniques for constructing climate scenarios for stress test applications, Climatic Change, 164 (3), 33, 10.1007/s10584-021-02985-6, , , (2021).
Water Sustainability and Climate in the Truckee-Carson River System, Western United States: 10 Key Takeaways from the Water for the Seasons Collaborative Research Program. University of Nevada, Reno Cooperative Extension, SP-20-02, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , (2020).
Application of an extreme winter storm scenario to identify vulnerabilities, mitigation options, and science needs in the Sierra Nevada mountains, USA: Natural Hazards, 80, 879-900, doi:10.1007/s11069-015-2003-4, , , , (2016).
Science Synthesis Report. Tahoe Science Consortium(2016).
ARkStorm@Tahoe: Stakeholder perspectives on vulnerabilities and preparedness for an extreme storm event in the greater Lake Tahoe, Reno and Carson City region. University of Nevada Cooperative Extension, Special Publication-14-16, , , , , (2014).
Strengthening the Role of Climate Hubs in Indian Country: Introducing the Native Climate Project. American Meteorological Society: Denver, Colorado, , , , , , , , (2023).
Techniques for specifying climate extreme stress test scenarios: a case study in the Truckee and Carson River basins. Nevada Water Resources Association Annual Meeting: Reno, NV, , , (2019).
ARkStorm Retrospective — Making Sense of the Extreme Events of Winter 2017 in California By Comparisons to a Well-Explored Extreme-Storms Scenario. American Meteorological Society: Phoenix, AZ, January 6, 2019-January 10, 2019, , , (2019).
Native Waters on Arid Lands: enhancing climate resilience on tribal lands. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting: Washington DC, , , (2018).
Using climate extremes scenarios for climate adaptation planning: rationale and methods for scenario specification and design. Nevada Water Resources Association Fall Water Event: Reno, NV, , (2018).
The Use of Traditional Knowledge in Increasing Community Resilience and Food Security. Second Annual Conference on Native American Nutrition: Prior Lake, Minnesota, September 17, 2017-September 20, 2017, , , (2017).