Perry, D. Athayde, S., Setúbal, S., Chief, K., Colombi, B., Marchand, C., Molina, S. (2018). One River Unites Indigenous Peoples from Across the Americas: A Cultural Exchange on the Legacy of Hydroelectric Dam Impacts. Proceedings Rivers, Lands and Cultures: Learning from the Tocantins Social-ecological System NSF-CNH-RCN: Amazon Dams Network: Advancing Integrative Research and Adaptive Management of Social-ecological Systems Transformed by Hydroelectric Dams Workshop. Download paper here

Bair, L., Perry, D., Yackulic, C., Kirchoff, C., Chief, K., Colombi, K., Schmidt, J. (In review). Incorporating Social-ecological Considerations into Basin-wide Responses to Climate Change in the Colorado River Basin. Invited special issue piece in Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability.

Perry, D.M. (In review).”Legible Rivers, Resilient Rivers: Lessons for Climate Adaptation Policy from the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.” Environment and Planning E.

Perry, D.M. (In preparation).  “A Political Ecology of Federal River Conservation: 50 years and counting of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.”

Perry, D.P., George, R., Lima, R., Samar, M., Smith, S.E., (In Preparation). “A Case for Conservation: The Yampa River Legacy and the Colorado River.”

Perry, D.M. (in preparation). “Hydropower Capital and Policy Matters: the nexus of climate change, energy development, and conservation in Costa Rica’s Rio Pacuare.”

Perry, D.M. (In progress). “Dragons, Dams, and Dinosaurs: the Evolution of China’s River Principles & Policies.”

Perry, D.M. and Ptak, T. (in preparation). “Damming the Divide: a trans-pacific comparison of Central America and Southeast Asia regional integration through hydropower development.”

Perry, D.M. (2017) “[Re]framing the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act for Ecosystem Based Resilience and Adaptation.” International Journal of Wilderness 18(2):  41-48.

Perry, Denielle M. (2017). The Uneven Geography of River Conservation In The U.S.: Insights From The Application Of The Wild And Scenic Rivers Act. University of Oregon. 2017: 291 pages; 10599086.

Perry, M.D. and Praskievicz, S.J. (2017). “A new era of big infrastructure? [Re-]developing water storage in the U.S. West in the context of climate change and environmental regulation.” Water Alternatives 10(2): 134-151.

Perry, D.M. and Berry. K A. (2016). “Central American integration through infrastructure development: a case study of Costa Rican hydropower” Regions and Cohesion, 6(1). doi:10.3167/reco.2016.060105 Download paper here

Perry, D. (Producer/Director). (2015). Troubled Waters: Costa Rica’s Rio Pacuare [Motion Picture]. United States: Jeremy Jensen Media.

Perry, D. (2010). Hydropower Capital: Costa Rica and the Rio Pacuare during times of free trade and regional integration. University of Nevada, Reno, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing. 1476827.


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