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Book Chapter
Zia A, Kelman I, Glantz M. Arctic Melting Tests the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea. In Polar Diplomacy. In: New Haven CT; 2013. p. .
Koliba C, Zia A. Complex Systems Modeling in Public Administration and Policy Studies: Challenges and Opportunities for a Meta-Theoretical Research Program. In: COMPACT I: Public Administration in Complexity. COMPACT I: Public Administration in Complexity. Litchfield Park, AZ; 2013. p. 119.
Koliba C, Zia A. Complexity Friendly” Meso-Level Public Administration and Policy Studies Frameworks for Modeling Complex Governance Systems: Challenges and Opportunities for a Meta-Theoretical Research Program. In: COMPACT I: Public Administration in Complexity. COMPACT I: Public Administration in Complexity. Litchfield Park, AZ; 2013. p. 119-136.
Koliba C, Zia A. Governance Informatics: Using computer simulation models to deepen situational awareness and governance design considerations. In: Policy Informatics. Policy Informatics. Cambridge, MA.; 2012. p. .
Zia A, Koliba C, Tian Y. Governance Network Analysis: Experimental Simulations of Alternate Institutional Designs for Intergovernmental Project Prioritization Processes. In: COMPACT I: Public Administration in Complexity. COMPACT I: Public Administration in Complexity. Litchfi eld Park, AZ; 2013. p. 144-165.
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
Conference Paper
Zia A, Koliba C, Bomblies A, Schroth A, 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. Adaptive Governance of Alternate Stable States in Social Ecological Systems: Simulating the Impacts of Alternative Policy Mixes on Farmer Behaviors. In: International Conference on Policy Mixes in Environmental and Conservation Policies. International Conference on Policy Mixes in Environmental and Conservation Policies. Leipzig, Germany; 2014. p. .
Zia A, Koliba C. 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, Koliba C. Agent-Based Modeling of Intergovernmental Networks: A Complex Systems Approach to Analyze Transportation Policy Implementation Processes. In: Earth System Governance Annual Meeting. Earth System Governance Annual Meeting. United Nations University, Tokyo, Japan; 2013. p. .
Scheinert S, Reynolds A, Koliba C, Zia A. Emerging Environmental Governance Networks: The Development of the Network in the Lake Champlain Basin Program’s Opportunities for Action Plans. In: Sunbelt XXXIII. Mechanisms of Change in Organizational Networks. Sunbelt XXXIII. Mechanisms of Change in Organizational Networks. Hamburg, Germany; 2013. p. .
Zia A. Global Democracy-Deficit and Accountable Climate Governance: Do We Need an Elected Global Parliament. In: American Society for Public Administration annual meeting. American Society for Public Administration annual meeting. New Orleans LA; 2013. p. .
Koliba C, Zia A. Governance Informatics: Managing the Performance of Inter-Governmental Governance Networks. In: Association for Public Policy and Management National Conference. Association for Public Policy and Management National Conference. Washington, DC; 2011. p. .
Koliba C, Zia A. Governance Informatics: Using Computer Simulation Models to Deepen Situational Awareness and Governance Design Considerations. In: 8th Annual TransAtlantic Dialogue. 8th Annual TransAtlantic Dialogue. Nijmegen, The Netherlands; 2012. p. .
Koliba C, Zia A. Harnessing Complexity to Govern. In: 8th Annual TransAtlantic Dialogue. 8th Annual TransAtlantic Dialogue. Amsterdam, The Netherlands; 2012. p. .
Zia A, Koliba C. How Multi-Level Institutional Mechanisms Generate Basins of Attraction in Infrastructure Investments. In: International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Annual Conference. International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Annual Conference. Prague, Czech Republic; 2013. p. .
Tsai Y, Mohammed I, Zia A. Impacts of landowners' land-use decisions on flood and water quality: An integration of land-use agent-based model and RHESSys. In: World Environmental & Water Resources Congress. World Environmental & Water Resources Congress. Portland Oregon; 2014. p. .
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. .
Zia A, Koliba C. Lags and Inertia in the Proactive Management of Environmental Risks: How Scale and Ideology Affect Climate Change Risk Perceptions?. In: 2012 Annual Meeting of Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management. 2012 Annual Meeting of Association of Public Policy Analysis and Management. ; 2012. p. .
Koliba C, Scheinert S, Reynolds A, Zia A. Planning Regimes as Institutional Constraints in the Design of Governance Networks: A Comparative Analysis of Hierarchical and Collaborative Design Regimes in the Lake Champlain Basin. In: American Association of Public Administration Anual Conference. American Association of Public Administration Anual Conference. New Orleans, LA.; 2013. p. .
Zia A, Schroth A, Xu Y, Isles P. Quantifying Uncertainty in Modeling the Impacts of Climate Change on Water Quality in Freshwater Lakes: A Bayesian Network Model of Missisquoi Bay. In: 38th Annual NEAEB Conference. 38th Annual NEAEB Conference. Burlington VT; 2014. p. .
Koliba C, Zia A. The Resiliency Challenge for Social Ecological Systems: Overcoming Institutional Silos Through Mediated Modeling. 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. .
Koliba C, Zia A. The Role of Governance Informatics in Promoting Accountability and Performance: Examples from Watershed Management and Transportation Planning. In: International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Annual Conference. International Research Society for Public Management (IRSPM) Annual Conference. Prague, Czech Republic; 2013. p. .
Zia A, Koliba C. Using Pattern-Oriented Models as the Foundation of Governance Informatics Platforms: Examples from the Field. In: American Society of Public Administration National Conference. American Society of Public Administration National Conference. Las Vegas, NV; 2012. p. .

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