Christopher A. Scott
Professor of Water Resources Policy and Geography & Development at the University of Arizona. His applied research emphasizes the importance of science-policy dialogues with particular attention to ecosystem services, groundwater depletion, and transboundary adaptive management, with particular emphasis on the arid Americas, and Andean and Himalayan water towers.
The nexus of water, energy and food: integrated resource management and policy
Water Resources Policy and Geography & Development
- Electricity for Groundwater Use: Constraints and Opportunities for Adaptive Response to Climate Change by Christopher A. Scott
- Addressing Vulnerability and Adaptation to Global Change in the Arid Americas by Christopher A. Scott, Robert G. Varady, Francisco Meza, Elma Montaña, Graciela B. de Raga, Brian Luckman, and Christopher Martius
- Global Energy Development and Climate-Induced Water Scarcity—Physical Limits, Sectoral Constraints, and Policy Imperatives by Christopher A. Scott and Zachary P. Sugg