Office: 210 Holdsworth Hall
Primary Research Interests:
I research environmental governance, with a focus on water resources in the context of global change. I am particularly interested in how adaptation to climate change in the water sector is influenced by a) institutional structures 2) the socio-political-cultural lenses used in interpreting information and c) the need to make decisions and act under uncertainty. My research is itself a form of boundary work, and I am especially interested in connecting those who produce knowledge with stakeholders, policy makers, and government agencies.
Key concepts I study include: environmental governance; climate change adaptation; transboundary water; flood-mitigation; coupled-human environmental systems; collaborative governance; decision-making under uncertainty; environmental policy integration; integrated water resources management.
- Science-policy interface in transboundary rivers
- Evolving forms of groundwater management in California
- Adaptation to extreme flood events in New England
- Ecosystems-based adaptation to climate change
- EnvirSci 213 Environmental Policy (fall semester)
- EnvirSci 213H Honors Colloquium Environmental Policy (fall semester)
- NRC590TP Adapting to Climate Change (spring semester)
- ECO692B Qualitative Data Analysis (spring semester)
- ECO690E Environmental Conflict & Collaborative Policy (spring semester)
Paul, M. & Milman, A. (forthcoming) “Adapting Across Scales: Fit and Planned Adaptation to Flooding” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.
Milman, A., Warner, B., Chapman, D. & Short, A. (forthcoming) “Identifying and quantifying landowner perspectives on integrated flood risk management” Journal of Flood Risk Management.
Consoer, M. & Milman, A. (2016) “Social Capital and the Process of Community and Formal Disaster Efforts Coming Together to Create a Stronger Flood Recovery.” Natural Hazards, 86(1): 155-174. DOI:10.1007/s11069-016-2412-z
Milman, A. & Polsky, C. (2016) “Policy Frameworks Influencing Outdoor Watering Restrictions” Journal of the American Waterworks Association, 52(3): 605-619.
Milman, A. & Warner, B. (2016) “The Interfaces of Public and Private Adaptation: Lessons from Flooding in the Deerfield River Watershed” Global Environmental Change, (36):46-55.
Goodale, W. & Milman, A. (2014) “Cumulative Adverse Effects of Offshore Wind Energy Development on Wildlife” Journal of Environmental Planning & Management. DOI 10.1080/09640568.2014.973483
Milman, A., & Arsano, Y. (2014) “Climate Adaptation and Development: Contradictions for Human Security in Gambella, Ethiopia.” Global Environmental Change, 29(2014):349-359.
Milman, A., Bunclark, L., Conway, D., & Adger., W.N. (2013) “Assessing Institutional Capacity to Adapt to Climate Change in Transboundary River Basins.” Climatic Change, 121(4): 755-770.
Kiparsky, M., Milman, A. & Vicuna, S. (2012) “Climate and Water: Knowledge of Impacts to Action on Adaptation.” Annual Review of Environment and Resources, (37):163-194.
Milman, A. & Ray, I. (2011) “Interpreting the Unknown: Management of Transboundary Groundwater Under Hydrological Uncertainty.” Water International, 36(5): 631-645.
Milman, A. & Scott, C. (2009) “Beneath the Surface: Intra-national Institutions and Management of the United States – Mexico Transboundary Santa Cruz Aquifer,” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 28(3): 528-551.
Milman, A. & Short, A. (2008) “Incorporating Resilience into Sustainability Indicators: An Example for the Urban Water Sector.” Global Environmental Change, 18(4): 758-767.
Kolb de Wilde, C., Milman, A., Flores, Y., Salmeron, J. & Ray, I., (2008) “An Integrated Method for Evaluating Community-Based Safe Water Programmes and an Application in Rural Mexico.” Health Policy Planning, 23(6): 452-64.
Kallis, G., Kiparksy, M., Milman, A. & Ray, I. (2006). “Glossing Over the Complexity of Water.” Science, 314(5804): 1387c-1388. (Letter)
Milman, A. (2006) “Geographic Pollution Mapping of Power Plant Emissions to Inform Ex-ante Environmental Justice Analyses.” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, (49)4: 587-604.
Jacobson, A., Milman, A. & Kammen, DM. (2005) “Letting the (energy) Gini Out of the Bottle: Lorentz Curves of Cumulative Electricity Consumption and Gini Coefficients as Metrics of Energy Distribution and Equity” Energy Policy, (33)14: 1825-1832.
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