|Water Resources | Science-Policy|
|Wheeler Insitute for Water Law & Policy | UC Berkeley|
Below are publications in my three areas of research interest: science, policy, and the science-policy interface. Contact me for more details or a complete C.V.
I also enjoy the craft of creative and journalistic writing, and try to make a little time for it when I can.
Michael Kiparsky, Anita Milman, and Sebastian Vicuna. 2012. “Climate and water: knowledge of impacts to action on adaptation.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources 37: 163-194. [pdf]
Charles A. Young, Marisa Escobar, Martha Fernandes, Brian Joyce, Michael Kiparsky, Jeffrey Mount, Vishal Mehta, David Purkey, Josh Viers, and David Yates. 2009. “Modeling the Hydrology of Climate Change in California's Sierra Nevada for Subwatershed Scale Adaptation.” Journal of the American Water Resources Association 45(6): 1409-1423. [pdf]
Giorgos Kallis, Michael Kiparsky, and Richard Norgaard. 2009. “Collaborative governance and adaptive management: Lessons from California's CALFED water program.” Environmental Science and Policy 12(6): 641-643. Special Issue, G. Kallis, M. Kiparsky and R. Norgaard, Eds. [pdf]
Richard Norgaard, Giorgos Kallis, and Michael Kiparsky. 2009. “Collectively engaging complex socio-ecological systems: re-envisioning science, governance, and the California Delta.” Environmental Science and Policy 12(6): 644-652. Special Issue, G. Kallis, M. Kiparsky and R. Norgaard, Eds. [pdf]Michael Kiparsky. 2009. “Sedimentation upwelling: a model for the science policy interface in the case of climate change and California water” Water Policy 11(5804): 107124. [pdf]
Giorgos Kallis, Michael Kiparsky, Anita Milman, and Isha Ray. 2006. “Glossing over the complexity of water.” Science 314(5804): 1387c-1388. (Letter)
Michael Kiparsky, Carter Brooks and Peter H. Gleick. 2006. “Is adaptive capacity linked to regional disparities in research on climate and water?” Climatic Change 77: 363-375.Sumsmitta Datta, Michael Kiparsky, David Rand and Jonathan Arnold. 1996. "A statistical test of a neutral model using the dynamics of cytonuclear disequilibria." Genetics 144: 1985-1992.
Selected reports and book chapters
Michael Kiparsky. 2005. Getting Results: Integrating Science and Management to Achieve System Level Responses. 3rd Biennial CALFED Science Conference Summary. CALFED Science Program , Sacramento, CA. 96 pages.
Michael Kiparsky and Peter H. Gleick. 2004. “Climate Change and California
Water Resources.” In Peter H. Gleick and others, The
World's Water 2004-2005. Washington, Island Press. pp. 157-188.
Peter H. Gleick and Michael Kiparsky. 2004. “Climate Change Bibliography.” In Peter H. Gleick and others, The World's Water 2004-2005. Washington, Island Press. pp. 228-233.
Michael Kiparsky. 2003, 2004. Management Cues. Series published by the CALFED Science Program, Sacramento, CA.
Michael Kiparsky and Peter H. Gleick. 2003. Climate Change and California Water Resources: A Survey and Summary of the Literature. California Energy Commission Report 500-04-073. [pdf]