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2014
Zia A, Koliba C, Bomblies A, Schroth AW, Beckage B. Adaptive Co-Management of “Tipping Points” in Social Ecological Systems: Governing Alternate Stable States in Lake Champlain Basin. In: 2014 Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance: Access and Allocation in the Anthropocene. 2014 Norwich Conference on Earth System Governance: Access and Allocation in the Anthropocene. Norwich, UK; 2014. p. .
Zia A, Koliba C, Bomblies A, Schroth AW, Beckage B. Adaptive Management of Critical Transitions in Social Ecological Systems: Governing Alternate Stable States in Lake Champlain Basin. In: 110th annual meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA). 110th annual meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA). Washington DC; 2014. p. .
Tsai Y, Zia A, Koliba C, Bucini G, Beckage B. Decisions on Land-use Transitions: An Application of Agent-based Modeling System in Missisquoi Watershed Vermont, 1992-2042. IEEE System Journal. 2014.
Guilbert J, Beckage B, Winter JM, Horton R, Bomblies A. Downscaled climate projections over the Lake Champlain Basin, Vermont, USA. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 2014.
Zia A, Kauffman S, Koliba C, Beckage B, Vattay G, Bomblies A. From the habit of control to institutional enablement: Re-envisioning governance of social ecological systems from the perspective of complexity sciences. Complexity, Governance & Networks. 2014.
Guilbert J, Beckage B, Winter JM, Horton R, Perkins T, Bomblies A. Impacts of projected climate change over the Lake Champlain Basin in Vermont. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology. 2014.
Zia A, Bomblies A, Tsai Y, Mohammed I, Turnbull S, Clemins P, Beckage B. Integrated Assessment Modeling of Climate Change, Land-Use Change, Hydrology and Nutrient Loading in Lake Champlain’s Missisquoi Watershed, 2002-2052. In: European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2014. Vienna, Austria; 2014. p. .
Tsai Y, Zia A, Koliba C, Guilbert J, Bucini G, Beckage B. An Interactive Land Use Transition Agent-Based Model (ILUTABM): Endogenizing Human-Environment Interactions at Watershed Scales. Land Use Policy. 2014.
Tsai Y, Zia A, Koliba C, Bucini G, Guilbert J, Beckage B. Modeling Landowners' Decisions on Land-use Transitions using A Generic Land-use Agent-based Model. Land Use Policy. 2014.
2013
Zia A, Koliba C, Beckage B, Bomblies A, Schroth AW. Adaptive Management of Critical Transitions in the Social Ecological Systems: Governing Alternate Stable States in Multi-Jurisdictional Lake Champlain Basin. In: The American Society for Public Administration, Section on Complexity and Network Studies (SCNS), and Erasmus University Rotterdam, research group Governance of Complex Systems (GOCS) Joint Conference on “Challenges of Making Public Administration and Com. The American Society for Public Administration, Section on Complexity and Network Studies (SCNS), and Erasmus University Rotterdam, research group Governance of Complex Systems (GOCS) Joint Conference on “Challenges of Making Public Administration and Com. La Verne, CA,; 2013. p. .
Zia A, Bomblies A, Betts A, Koliba C, Beckage B. Assessing Numerical versus Verbal Frames of Communicating Uncertain Climate Risks: Findings from an Experimental Survey Pre- and Post-Tropical Storm Irene. 2013.
Tsai Y, Zia A, Koliba C, Guilbert J, Bucini G, Beckage B. Impacts of land managers' decisions on landuse transition within Missisquoi Watershed Vermont: An application of agent-based modeling system. In: 2013 7th Annual IEEE Systems Conference (SysCon)2013 IEEE International Systems Conference (SysCon). 2013 7th Annual IEEE Systems Conference (SysCon)2013 IEEE International Systems Conference (SysCon). Orlando, FL, USA; 2013. p. 824 - 829.
Beckage B, Kauffman S, Zia A, Koliba C, Gross LJ. More complex complexity: exploring the nature of computational irreducibility across physical, biological, and human social systems. In: Irreducibility and Computational Equivalence: Wolfram Science 10 Years After the Publication of A New Kind of Science. Vol. 2. Irreducibility and Computational Equivalence: Wolfram Science 10 Years After the Publication of A New Kind of Science. ; 2013. p. 79-88. Available from: http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-642-35482-3_7#page-2