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Bierwagen, B.G., Theobald, D.M., Pyke, C.R., Choate, A., Groth, P., Thomas, J.V., and Morefield, P. 2010. National Housing and Impervious Surface Scenarios for Integrated Climate Impact Assessments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 107, No 49 20887-20892

Boykin, K.G., Schrader, T.S., Guy, R.K., Ernst, A.E., el Sadek, A.N., Kepner, W.G. and Yee, W.W.S. 2012. San Pedro River Basin Data Browser. EPA/600/R-12/550

Burns, I.S., Kepner, W.G., Sidman, G.S., Goodrich, D.C., Guertin, D.P., Levick, L.R., Yee, W.W.S., Scianni, M.M.A., Meek, C.S., and Vollmer, J.B. 2013. Assessing Hydrologic Impacts of Future Land Cover Change Scenarios in the San Pedro River (U.S./Mexico). EPA/600/R-13/074 and ARS/294076.

Jennings, M.D., Faber-Langendoen, D., Loucks, O.L., Peet, R.K., and Roberts, D. 2009. Standards for associations and alliances of the U.S. National Vegetation Classification. Ecological Monographs, 79(2) 173-199.

Kepner, W. G., Semmens, D.J., Heggem, D.T., Evanson, E.J., Edmonds, C.M., Scott, S.N., and Ebert, D.W. 2003. The San Pedro River Geo-data Browser and Assessment Tools.
EPA/600/C-03/008 and ARS/152432.

U.S. EPA. 2009. Land-Use Scenarios: National-Scale Housing-Density Scenarios Consistent with Climate Change Storylines. EPA/600/R-08/076F. [Link]

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 2010. ICLUS v 1.3 User's Manual: ArcGIS Tools and Datasets for Modeling US Housing Density Growth. Global Change Research Program, National Center for Environmental Assessment, Washington, DC; EPA/600/R-09/143F.[Link]

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