Publications

  1. Betting and Belief: Prediction Markets and Attribution of Climate Change” by J.J. Nay, M. Van der Linden, and J.M. Gilligan. Accepted for 2016 Winter Simulation Conference.
  2. Dynamics of Individual and Collective Agricultural Adaptation to Water Scarcity,” by E.K. Burchfield and J.M. Gilligan. Accepted for 2016 Winter Simulation Conference.
  3. Drought, Risk, and Institutional Politics in the American Southwest,” by D.J. Hess, C.A. Wold, J. Nay, S. Worland, J. Gilligan, and G.M. Hornberger. Sociological Forum, 31, 807-827 (2016).
  4. Drinking water insecurity: water quality and access in coastal south-western Bangladesh,” by L. Benneyworth, J. Gilligan, J.C. Ayers, S. Goodbred, G. George, A. Carrico, Md.R. Karim, F. Akter, D. Fry, K. Donato, and B. Piya. Int. J. Environ. Health Res. advance online publication (2016).
  5. Application of Machine Learning to the Prediction of Vegetation Health,” by E. Burchfield, J.J. Nay, and J. Gilligan. Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLI-B2, 465-469 (2016).
  6. “Spatiotemporal Patterns of Agricultural Drought in Sri Lanka: 1881-2010,” by T. Gunda, G.M. Hornberger, and J.M. Gilligan, Int. J. Climatol. 36, 563-575 (2016).
  7. Data-Driven Dynamic Decision Models,” by J.J. Nay and J.M. Gilligan, Proc. 2015 Winter Simulation Conference, pp. 2752-2763 (2016).
  8. “Water Conservation and Hydrological Transitions in Cities in the United States,” by G.M. Hornberger, D.J. Hess, and J.M. Gilligan, Water Resources Research 51, 4635-4649 (2015).
  9. Beyond Gridlock,” by M.P. Vandenbergh and J.M. Gilligan, Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 40, 217-303 (2015).
  10. Environment, Political Economies, and Livelihood Change,” by B.A. Ackerly, M. Anam, and J. Gilligan, in R. Kwiatkowski and B. Mallick, eds.,Environment, Migration and Adapation – Evidence and Politics of Climate Change in Bangladesh (Dhaka: AHDPH, 2015), pp. 27-39.
  11. Flood risk of natural and embanked landscapes on the Ganges-Brahmaputra tidal delta plain,” by L.W. Auerbach, S.L. Goodbred, Jr., D.R. Mondal, C.A. Wilson, K.R. Ahmed, K. Roy, M.S. Steckler, C. Small, J.M. Gilligan, and B.A. Ackerly, Nature Climate Change 5, 153-57 (2015) doi:10.1038/nclimate2472
  12. Energy and climate change: A climate prediction market,” by M.P. Vandenbergh, K.E.Toner, and J.M. Gilligan, UCLA Law Review 61, 1962-2017 (2014).
  13. Accounting for political feasibility in climate instrument choice,” by J.M. Gilligan and M.P. Vandenbergh, Virginia Environmental Law Journal 32, 1-26 (2014).
  14. Farming practices and anthropogenic delta dynamics,” by K.G. Rogers, I. Overeem, S. Higgins, J. Gilligan, and J.P.M. Syvitski,in Redbook Proceedings of HP1, IAHS-IAPSO-IASPEI Assembly, Gothenburg, Sweden, July 2013, IAHS publ. 358, 133-142 (2013).
  15. “Building resilience to environmental stress in coastal Bangladesh: An integrated social, environmental, and engineering perspective,” by J.M. Gilligan, B.A. Ackerly, and S.L. Goodbred, in proceedings of Bridging the Policy Action Divide: Challenges and Prospects for Bangladesh, Bangladesh Development Initiative (Berkeley CA, Feb. 22-24, 2013).
  16. Sustaining Tennessee in the Face of Climate Change: Grand Opportunities and Grand Challenges. E. Parrish, B. Preston, and V. Dale, Eds. (Sustainable Tennessee, 2012)
  17. Macro-risks: The challenge for rational risk regulation,” by M.P. Vandenbergh and J.M. Gilligan, Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum 21, 401-431 (2011).
  18. Energy and climate change: Key lessons for implementing the behavioral wedge,” by A.R. Carrico, M.P. Vandenbergh, P.C. Stern, G.T. Gardner, T. Dietz, and J.M. Gilligan, Journal of Energy & Environmental Law 2, 61-67 (2011).
  19. “Implementing the behavioral wedge: Designing and adopting effective carbon emissions reduction programs,” by M.P. Vandenbergh, P.C. Stern, G.T. Gardner, T. Dietz, and J.M.  Gilligan, Environmental Law Reporter 40, 10 547-54 (2010).
  20. The behavioral wedge: best policies to promote voluntary greenhouse gas reductions by individuals and households,” by J. Gilligan, T. Dietz, G. Gardner, P. Stern, and M.  Vandenbergh, Significance 7, 17-20 (2010).
  21. Household actions can provide a behavioral wedge to rapidly reduce U.S. carbon  emissions,” by T. Dietz, G. Gardner, J. Gilligan, P. Stern, and M. Vandenbergh, Proc. Nat’l. Acad. Sci. 106, 18 452-18 456 (2009).
  22. “The potential of dual camera systems for multimodal imaging of cardiac electrophysiology and metabolism,” by *M.R. Holcomb, M.C. Woods, I. Uzelac, J.P. Wikswo, J.M. Gilligan, and V.Y. Sidorov, Exper. Biol. & Med. 234, 1355{1373 (2009).
  23. Costly myths: an analysis of idling beliefs and behavior in personal motor vehicles,” by *A.R. Carrico, *P. Padgett, M.P. Vandenbergh, J. Gilligan, and K.A. Wallston, Energy Policy 37, 2881-2888 (2009).
  24. Individual carbon emissions: The low-hanging fruit,” by M.P. Vandenbergh, J. Barkenbus, and J.M. Gilligan, UCLA Law Review 55, 1701-1758 (2008).
  25. “A high-voltage cardiac stimulator for eld shocks of a whole heart in a bath,” by D.N. Mashburn, *S. Hinkson, M.C. Woods, J.M. Gilligan, M.R. Holcomb, and J.P. Wikswo, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 78, 104 302-104 309 (2007).
  26. Flexibility, clarity, and legitimacy: Considerations for managing nanotechnology risks,” by J.M. Gilligan, Environmental Law Reporter 36, 10 924-10 930 (2006).
  27. “Time-resolved light scattering measurements of cartilage and cornea denaturation due to free-electron laser radiation,” by E. Sobol, A. Sviridov, M. Kitai, J.M. Gilligan, G.S. Edwards, and N.H. Tolk, J. Biomed. Opt. 8, 216{222 (2003).
  28. “Surface characterisation by near-field microscopy and atomic force microscopy,” by A. Cricenti, R. Generosi, M. Luce, P. Perfetti, G. Margaritondo, D. Talley, J.S. Sanghera, I.D. Aggarwal, J.M. Gilligan, and N.H. Tolk, Adv. Sci. Technol. 32, 183-192 (2003).
  29. “Defect transition energies and the density of electronic states in hydrogenated amorphous silicon,” by G. Mensing, J. Gilligan, P. Hari, E. Hurt, G. Lupke, S. Pantelides, N. Tolk, and P.C. Taylor, J. Non-Cryst. Solids 299, 621-625 (2002).
  30. “Spectroscopic scanning near-eld optical microscopy with a free electron laser: CH2 bond imaging in diamond lms,” by A. Cricenti, R. Generosi, M. Luce, P. Perfetti, G. Margaritondo, D. Talley, J. Sanghera, I. Aggarwal, J.M. Gilligan, and N.H. Tolk, J. Microsc. 202, 446-450 (2001).
  31. “Infrared free-electron laser photoablation of diamond films,” by J. Sturmann, Z. Marka, M.M. Albert, R.G. Albridge, J.M. Gilligan, G. Lupke, S.K. Singh, J.L. Davidson, W. Husinsky, and N.H. Tolk, Proc SPIE 4423, 206-211 (2001).
  32. “Scanning near-field infrared microscopy using chalcogenide fiber tips,” by D.B. Talley, L.B. Shaw, J.S. Sanghera, I.D. Aggarwal, A. Cricenti, R. Generosi, M. Luce, G. Margaritondo, J.M. Gilligan, and N.H. Tolk, Materials Lett. 42, 339{344 (2000).
  33. “Materials science at the W.M. Keck Free-Electron Laser: Infrared wavelength-selective materials modication,” by G. Lupke, C. Parks Cheney, J. Sturman, J.C. Keay, J.M. Gilligan, L.C. Feldman, and N.H. Tolk, Condensed Matter Theories 14, 349-364 (2000).
  34. “Laser-induced alterations of the infrared light absorption by biological tissues: Radiometric and spectroscopic measurements,” by E. Sobol, A.P. Sviridov, M.S. Kitai, V.N. Bagratashvili, J.M. Gilligan, and G.S. Edwards, Proc. SPIE 4829, 1030-1031 (2000).
  35. “Alteration of absorption coefficients of tissue water as a result of heating under IR FEL radiation with different wavelengths,” by E. Sobol, A. Sviridov, M. Kitai, J.M. Gilligan, and G.S. Edwards, International Biomedical Optics Symposium, SPIE 3925, 78 (2000)
  36. “Chemical contrast observed at a III-V heterostructure by scanning near-field optical microscopy,” by A. Cricenti, R. Generosi, G. Herold, P. Chiaradia, P. Perfetti, G. Margaritondo, J.M. Gilligan, and N.H. Tolk, Phys. Stat. Solidi a-Appl. Res. 175, 345-349 (1999).
  37. “Interface applications of scanning near-field optical microscopy with a free electron laser,” by A. Cricenti, R. Generosi, P. Perfetti, G. Margaritondo, J. Almeida, J.M. Gilligan, N.H. Tolk, C. Coluzza, M. Spajer, D. Courjon, and I.D. Aggarwal, Phys. Stat. Solidi a-Appl. Res. 175, 317-329 (1999).
  38. “Nonlinear energy-selective nanoscale modications of materials and dynamics in metals and semiconductors,” by S. Marka, C.P. Cheney, W. Wang, G. Lupke, J. Gilligan, Y. Yao, and N.H. Tolk, Sov. Phys. Tech. Phys. 44, 1069-1072 (1999).
  39. “Singlemode chalcogenide fiber infrared SNOM probes,” by D.T. Schaafsma, R. Mossadegh, J.S. Sanghera, I.D. Aggarwal, J.M. Gilligan, N.H. Tolk, M. Luce, R. Generosi, P. Perfetti, A. Cricenti, and G. Margaritondo, Ultramicroscopy 77, 77-81 (1999).
  40. “Fabrication of single-mode chalcogenide fiber probes for scanning near-field infrared  optical microscopy,” by D.T. Schaafsma, R. Mossadegh, J.S. Sanghera, I.D. Aggarwal, M. Luce, R. Generosi, P. Perfetti, A. Cricenti, J.M. Gilligan, and N.H. Tolk, Opt. Eng. 38, 1381-1385 (1999).
  41. “Effect of wavelength on threshold and kinetics of tissue denaturation under laser radiation,” by E. Sobol, A. Sviridov, M. Kitai, G.S. Edwards, J.M. Gilligan, and N.H. Tolk, International Biomedical Optics Symposium, SPIE 3601, 122-129 (1999).
  42. “First experimental results with the free electron laser coupled to a scanning near-field optical microscope,” by A. Cricenti, R. Generosi, C. Barchesi, M. Luce, M. Rinaldi, C. Coluzza, P. Perfetti, G. Margaritondo, D.T. Schaafsma, I.D. Aggarwal, J.M. Gilligan, and N.H. Tolk, Phys. Stat. Solidi a-Appl. Res. 170, 241-247 (1998).
  43. “Free-electron-laser near-eld nanospectroscopy,” by A. Cricenti, R. Generosi, P. Perfetti, J.M. Gilligan, N.H. Tolk, C. Coluzza, and G. Margaritondo, Appl. Phys. Lett. 73, 151-153 (1998).
  44. “Coupled electron-hole dynamics at the Si-SiO2 interface,” by W. Wang, G. Lupke, M. Di Ventra, S.T. Pantelides, J.M. Gilligan, N.H. Tolk, I.C. Kizilyalli, P.K. Roy, G. Margaritondo, and G. Lucovsky, Phys. Rev. Lett. 81, 4224{7 (1998).
  45. “New molecular collisional interaction effect in low-energy sputtering,” by Y. Yao, Z. Hargitai, M. Albert, R.G. Albridge, A.V. Barnes, J.M. Gilligan, B.P. Ferguson, G. Lupke, V.D. Gordon, N.H. Tolk, J.C. Tully, G. Betz, and W. Husinsky, Phys. Rev. Lett. 81, 550-553 (1998).
  46. “Infrared wavelength-selective photodesorption on diamond surfaces,” by J. Sturmann, R.G. Albridge, A.V. Barnes, J.L. Davidson, J.M. Gilligan, G. Lupke, A. Ueda, and N.H. Tolk, Appl. Surf. Sci. 129, 59-63 (1998).
  47. “Molecular effects in measured sputtering yields on gold at near-threshold energies,” by N.H. Tolk, Z. Hargitai, Y. Yao, B. Pratt-Ferguson, M.M. Albert, R.G. Albridge, A.V. Barnes, J.M. Gilligan, V.D. Gordon, G. Lupke, A. Puckett, J. Tully, G. Betz, and W. Husinsky, Izv. Akad. Nauk. Ser. Fiz. 62, 676-679 (1998).
  48. “Evaluation of source gas lifetimes from stratospheric observations,” by C.M. Volk, J.W. Elkins, D.W. Fahey, G.S. Dutton, J.M. Gilligan, M. Loewenstein, J.R. Podolske, K.R. Chan, and M.R. Gunson, J. Geophys. Res. Atmos. 102, 25 543-20 564 (1997).
  49. “Photoexcitation spectroscopy and material alteration with free-electron laser,” by J. Sturmann, R.G. Albridge, A.V. Barnes, J. Gilligan, M.T. Graham, J.T. McKinley, W. Wang, X. Yang, N.H. Tolk, J.L. Davidson, and G. Margaritondo, Act. Phys. Polon. A 91, 689-696 (1997).
  50. “Quantifying transport between the tropical and mid-latitude lower stratosphere,” by C.M. Volk, J.W. Elkins, D.W. Fahey, R.J. Salawitch, G.S. Dutton, J.M. Gilligan, M.H. Prott, M. Loewenstein, J.R. Podolske, K. Minschwaner, J.J. Margitan, and K.R. Chan, Science 272, 1763-1768 (1996).
  51. “Airborne gas chromatograph for in-situ measurements of long-lived species in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere,” by J.W. Elkins, D.W. Fahey, J.M. Gilligan, G.S. Dutton, T.J. Baring, C.M. Volk, R.E. Dunn, R.C. Myers, S.A. Montzka, P.R.Wamsley, A.H. Hayden, J.H. Butler, T.M. Thompson, T.H. Swanson, E.J. Dlugokencky, P.C. Novelli, D.F. Hurst, J.M. Lobert, S.J. Ciciora, R.J. McLaughlin, T.L. Thompson, R.H. Winkler, P.J. Fraser, L.P. Steele, and M.P. Lucarelli, Geophys. Res. Lett. 23, 347-350 (1996).
  52. “Estimates of total organic and inorganic chlorine in the lower stratosphere from in-situ measurements during AASE II,” by E.L. Woodbridge, J.W. Elkins, D.W. Fahey, L.E. Heidt, S. Solomon, T.J. Baring, T.J. Gilpin, W.H. Pollock, S.M. Schauer, E.L. Atlas, M. Lowenstein, J.R. Podolske, C.R. Webster, R.D. May, J.M. Gilligan, S.A. Montzka, K.A. Boering, and R.J. Salawitch, J. Geophys. Res. 100, 3057-3064 (1995).
  53. “Young’s interference experiment with light scattered from two atoms,” by U. Eichmann, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, W.M. Itano, D.J. Wineland, and M.G. Raizen, Phys. Rev. Lett. 70, 2359-2362 (1993).
  54. “H2, D2, and HD ionization potentials by accurate calibration of several iodine lines,” by D. Shiner, J.M. Gilligan, B.M. Cook, and W. Lichten, Phys. Rev. A 47, 4042-4045 (1993).
  55. “Quantum projection noise: Population fluctuations in two-level systems,” by W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, F.L. Moore, and M.G. Raizen, Phys. Rev. A 47, 3554-3570 (1993).
  56. “Ultra-high precision spectroscopy for fundamental physics,” by W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, D.J. Heinzen, F.L. Moore, M.G.Raizen, and D.J. Wineland, Hyperfine Interactions 78, 211-220 (1993).
  57. Quantum measurements of trapped ions,” by W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, D.J. Heinzen, F.L. Moore, M.G. Raizen, and D.J. Wineland, Vistas in Astronomy pp. 169-183 (1993).
  58. “Light scattered from two atoms,” by W.M. Itano, U. Eichmann, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, M.G. Raizen, and D.J. Wineland, Proc. 11th Int’l Conf. Laser Science, 410-419 (1993).
  59. “Interference in the resonance fluorescence of two trapped atoms,” by U. Eichmann, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, W.M. Itano, M.G. Raizen, and D.J. Wineland, 11th Int’l. Conf. Laser Science, 43-48 (1993).
  60. “Precise determinations of ionization potentials and EF state energy levels of H2, HD, and D2,” by J.M. Gilligan and E.E. Eyler, Phys. Rev. A 46, 3676-3690 (1992).
  61. “Ionic crystals in a linear Paul trap,” by M.G. Raizen, J.M. Gilligan, J.C. Bergquist, W.M. Itano, and D.J. Wineland, Phys. Rev. A 45, 6493-6501 (1992).
  62. “Linear trap for high-accuracy spectroscopy of stored ions,” by M.G. Raizen, J.M. Gilligan, J.C. Bergquist, W.M. Itano, and D.J. Wineland, J. Modern. Opt. 39, 233-242 (1992).
  63. “High-resolution three-photon spectroscopy and multiphoton interference in molecular hydrogen,” by J.M. Gilligan and E.E. Eyler, Phys. Rev. A 43, 6406-6409 (1991).
  64. “Recent experiments on trapped ions at the National Institute of Standards and Technology,” by D.J. Wineland, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, W.M. Itano, F.L. Moore, J.M. Gilligan, M.G. Raizen, D.J. Heinzen, C.S. Weimer, and C.H. Manney, in Proc. Enrico Fermi Summer School on Laser Manipulation of Atoms and Ions (July 1991, Varenna, Italy) pp. 539-551 (1991).
  65. “High-resolution spectroscopy of laser-cooled ions,” by D.J. Wineland, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, W.M. Itano, F.L. Moore, J.M. Gilligan, M.G. Raizen, D.J. Heinzen, C.S. Weimer, and C.H. Manney, in Proc. Enrico Fermi Summer School on Laser Manipulation of Atoms and Ions (July 1991, Varenna, Italy) pp. 553-567 (1991).
  66. “Measurement of high Rydberg states and the ionization potential of H2,” by E. McCormack, J.M. Gilligan, C. Cornaggia, and E.E. Eyler, Phys. Rev. A 39, 2260-2263 (1989).
  67. “Precise multiphoton spectroscopy of H2,” by E.E. Eyler, J.M. Gilligan, and E.F. McCormack, in Advances in Laser Spectroscopy III, AIP Conf. Proc. 172, 331-333 (1988).
  68. “Precise two-photon spectroscopy of E ← X intervals in H2,” by E.E. Eyler, J.M. Gilligan, E. McCormack, A. Nussenzweig, and E. Pollack, Phys. Rev. A 36, 3486-3489 (1987).

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