OCCRI Researchers

Title: Assistant Professor
Name: Mark Carey
Institution: University of Oregon
Department: Robert D. Clark Honors College
Education:

Ph.D. 2005, University of California, Davis


Research Theme: Human dimensions of climate change, glacier hazards and society; water management in glaciated watersheds; glacier-society relations.

Research Fields:

Human Impacts Policy
Water Policy and Planning

Professional Activities:

Contributing author, IPCC Working Group II, AR5 (due out in 2014)

Selected Publications:

Jeffrey Bury, Bryan Mark, Mark Carey, Kenneth Young, Jeffrey McKenzie, Michel Baraer, Adam French, Molly Polk, and Kyung Huh, “New Geographies of Water and Climate Change in Peru: Coupled Natural and Social Transformations in the Santa River Watershed,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103, no. 2 (2013): 363-374.

“Climate and History: A Critical Review of Historical Climatology and Climate Change Historiography,” Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews – Climate Change 3 (2012): 233-249.

Mark Carey, Adam French, and Elliott O’Brien, “Unintended Effects of Technology on Climate Change Adaptation: An Historical Analysis of Water Conflicts below Andean Glaciers,” Journal of Historical Geography 38, no. 2 (2012): 181-191.

“Mountaineers and Engineers: The Politics of International Science, Recreation, and Environmental Change in Twentieth-Century Peru,” Hispanic American Historical Review 92, no. 1 (2012): 107-141.

Mark Carey, Christian Huggel, Jeffrey Bury, César Portocarrero, and Wilfried Haeberli, “An Integrated Socio-Environmental Framework for Glacier Hazard Management and Climate Change Adaptation: Lessons from Lake 513, Cordillera Blanca, Peru,” Climatic Change 112, nos. 3-4 (2011): 733-767.