K-State HERO -- Publications
"Attitudes toward climate change: major emitters in southwestern Kansas,"
Harrington, L.M.B, Climate Research 16(2): 113-122.
“Furnace Winds of the West,” Leathers, N.J. and J.A. Harrington, Jr., Journal
of the West Vol. 40 (3), 48-57.
“KATS: A GIS-based Spatial Decision Support Tool for Water Resource Management
in Kansas,” Lu, Max and J.A. Harrington, Jr., Papers and Proceedings of
Applied Geography Conferences, Vol. 24, 106-112.
“Regional Change in the Ogallala High Plains,” Kromm, D.E. and S.E. White,
Chapter 5 in K. Kim et al., eds., Developing Rural Systems, Pusan: PNU
Press 2001, pp. 67-75.
2001. “Climate Change Effects on
Livestock Production in the Great Plains,”
Frank, K.L., T.L. Mader, J.A.
Harrington, Jr., G.L. Hahn, and M.S. Davis,
in R. Stowell et al., eds., Livestock
Environment VI, Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium, pp.
“Land Cover Change and Associated Trends in Surface Reflectivity and
Vegetation Index in Southwest Kansas: 1972-1992,” Goodin, D.G., J.A.
Harrington, Jr., and B.C. Rundquist, Geocarto International Vol. 17(1),
“Climate Stability in the Great Plains,” Harrington, J.A., Jr., and M. James
Wood, Preprints, 13th Conference on Applied Climatology,
American Meteorological Soc. p. 236-237.
Landscape Change in the Kansas Ogallala Region: The High Plains/Ogallala HERO
Initiative,” S.E. White and D.E. Kromm, Proceedings of the IGU Rural
Sustainability Symposium, (accepted for publication).
Feedlots in Southwestern Kansas: Local Change, Perceptions, and the Global
Change Context,” L.M.B. Harrington and Max Lu, Global Environmental Change,
(accepted for publication).