James L. Buizer

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Q. D. WHEELER1 ∗ , S. KNAPP2, D. W. STEVENSON3, J. STEVENSON3, S. D. BLUM4, B. M. BOOM3, G. G. BORISY5, J. L. BUIZER6, M. R. DE CARVALHO7, A. CIBRIAN3, M. J. DONOGHUE8, V. DOYLE3, E. M. GERSON9, C. H. GRAHAM10, P. GRAVES11, S. J. GRAVES12, R. P. GURALNICK13, A. L. HAMILTON1, J. HANKEN14, W. LAW3, D. L. LIPSCOMB15, T. E. LOVEJOY16, H. MILLER5, J. S. MILLER3,(More)
It has been estimated that severe El Niño–related flooding and droughts in Africa, Latin America, North America, and Southeast Asia resulted in more than 22 000 lives lost and in excess of $36 billion in damages during 1997–98. As one of the most severe events this century, the 1997–98 El Niño was unique not only in terms of physical magnitude, but also in(More)
Managing water for sustainable use and economic development is both a technical and a governance challenge in which knowledge production and sharing play a central role. This article evaluates and compares the role of participatory governance and scientific information in decision-making in four basins in Brazil, Mexico, Thailand, and the United States.(More)
This paper discusses the evolution of scientific and social understanding that has led to the development of knowledge systems supporting the application of El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) forecasts, including the development of successful efforts to connect climate predictions with sectoral applications and actions "on the ground". The evolution of(More)
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