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Wise, E. K. (2016) Five centuries of US West Coast drought: Occurrence, spatial distribution, and associated atmospheric circulation patterns. Geophysical Research Letters, 43, 4539-4546.
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Valdivia, G. (2015) Oil frictions and the subterranean geopolitics of energy regionalisms. Environment and Planning A, 47, 1422-1439.
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