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David R. Smith
1. Iran, the United States, and Democracy in the Middle East. Ohio Northern Magazine and Alumnae
Journal 66(1): 18-21; Spring 2006.
2. The Digital Divide and Geographic Information Systems: The availability and accessibility of
GIS technology to the Global Community. World Forum Proceedings of the International
Research Foundation for Development, Trans-Global Press, 4(1): 1-4:Jan 2006.
3. Developing Geographical Indicators of Potential Water Conflict Related to Global Urbanization.
World Forum Proceedings (WFP) of the International Research Foundation for
Development, Trans-Global Press 1(1), 1-4: January 2003.
4. The Aral Sea Basin: Evolution and Legacy of an Environmental Catastrophe. Lampeter, Wales:
The Edwin Mellen Press, Ltd., forthcoming.
5. Contributor, Encyclopedia of Modern Asia. edited by D. Levinson, NY: Scribner's, Nov. 2002
6. Water and Cities in Arid Central Asia. Arid Lands Newsletter Issue No. 45: Water in Cities, Arid
Lands Information Center (ALIC), Office of Arid Lands Studies, University of Arizona, 1999.
7. Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan. The Columbia Gazetteer of the
World (3 vol.), Saul Bernard Cohen (Editor), Columbia University Press, June 1998.
8. Environmental Security and Shared Water Resources in Post-Soviet Central Asia. Post-Soviet
Geography 36,6 (June 1995), pp. 351-370.
9. Kazakhstan. Environmental Constraints and Resources in the Former Soviet Republics. Boulder,
CO: Westview Press (Chapter 16, 1995), pp. 251-274.
10. Climate Change, Climate Variability, and Conflict in the Aral Sea Basin. CIS Environmental Watch 6
(Spring 1994), pp. 56-63.
11. Change and Variability in Climate and Ecosystem Decline in Aral Sea Basin Deltas. Post-Soviet
Geography 35, 3 (March 1994), pp. 142-165.
12. Central Asia. Encyclopaedia Britannica 15 (Macropaedia 1993), pp. 701-707.
13. Culture and Water. Cultural Survival Quarterly 16, 1: pp. 49-52. Reprinted in Surviving
Together: A Journal on Relations with the Former Soviet Union and Baltic States
Institute for Soviet-American Relations (ISAR), (Summer 1992), pp. 42-43.
14. Salinization in Uzbekistan. Post-Soviet Geography 33, 1 (Jan. 1992), pp. 21-33.
15. Growing Pollution and Health Concerns in the Lower Amu Darya Basin, Uzbekistan. Soviet
Geography 32, 8 (October 1991), pp. 553-565.
16. A Review of Three Editions of Atlas SSSR. Soviet Geography 27, 7 (Sept. 1986), pp. 496-9.
Associate Professor of Geography
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