Carey, Mark. In the Shadow of Melting Glaciers: Climate Change and Andean Society, Oxford University Press, 2010. Winner of Elinor Melville Prize for Latin American Environmental History.
Articles and Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters:
Bury, Jeffrey, Bryan Mark, Mark Carey, Kenneth Young, Jeffrey McKenzie, Michel Baraer, Adam French, Molly Polk, and Kyung Huh, "New Geographies of Water and Climate Change in Peru: Coupled Natural and Social Transformations in the Santa River Watershed," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, in press.
Carey, Mark. "Beyond Weather: The Culture and Politics of Climate History," in Oxford Handbook of Environmental History, ed., Andrew Isenberg (New York: Oxford University Press, in press).
Carey, Mark, Adam French, and Elliott O'Brien. "Unintended Effects of Technology on Climate Change Adaptation: An Historical Analysis of Water Conflicts below Andean Glaciers," Journal of Historical Geography 38, no. 2 (2012): 181-191.
Carey, Mark. "Climate and History: A Critical Review of Historical Climatology and Climate Change Historiography," Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews – Climate Change 3, no. 3 (2012): 233-249.
Carey, Mark. "From National Parks to National Archives: The Diplomacy of Research in Latin America," in Research Beyond Borders: Multidisciplinary Reflections, eds. Lise-Hélène Smith and Anjana Narayan (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books of Rowman and Littlefield, 2012), 23-35.
Carey, Mark. "Mountaineers and Engineers: The Politics of International Science, Recreation, and Environmental Change in Twentieth-Century Peru," Hispanic American Historical Review 92, no. 1 (2012): 107-141.
Carey, Mark, Christian Huggel, Jeffrey Bury, César Portocarrero, and Wilfried Haeberli, "An Integrated Socio-environmental Framework for Glacier Hazard Management and Climate Change Adaptation: Lessons from Lake 513, Cordillera Blanca, Peru," Climatic Change 112, nos. 3-4 (2011): 733-767.
Carey, Mark. "Inventing Caribbean Climates: How Science, Medicine, and Tourism Changed Tropical Weather from Deadly to Healthy," Osiris 26, no. 1 (2011): 129-141.
Carey, Mark. "Commodities, Colonial Science, and Environmental Change in Latin American History," Radical History Review 107 (Spring 2010): 185-194.
Carey, Mark. "Latin American Environmental History: Current Trends, Interdisciplinary Insights, and Future Directions," Environmental History 14, no. 2 (April 2009): 221-252.
Carey, Mark. "Disasters, Development, and Glacial Lake Control in Twentieth-Century Peru," in Mountains: Sources of Water, Sources of Knowledge, ed. Ellen Wiegandt (The Netherlands: Springer, 2008), 181-196.
Carey, Mark. "The Politics of Place: Inhabiting and Defending Glacier Hazard Zones in Peru's Cordillera Blanca," in Darkening Peaks: Glacial Retreat in Scientific and Social Context, eds. Ben Orlove, Ellen Wiegandt, and Brian Luckman (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008), 229-240.
Carey, Mark. "The Nature of Place: Recent Research on Environment and Society in Latin America," Latin American Research Review 42, no. 3 (2007): 251-264.
Carey, Mark. "The History of Ice: How Glaciers Became an Endangered Species," Environmental History 12, no. 3 (July 2007): 497-527.
Carey, Mark. "Beyond the Archive: A Practical Guide for Research in Latin America," Brújula 5, no. 1 (Dec. 2006): 173-176.
Carey, Mark. "Living and Dying With Glaciers: People's Historical Vulnerability to Avalanches and Outburst Floods in Peru," Global and Planetary Change, vol. 47, no. 2-4 (July 2005): 122-134.
Carey, Mark. "La influencia Mayangna en la historia de la Costa Atlántica nicaragüense," [The Mayangna Indians' Influence on the History of the Atlantic Coast, Nicaragua] Revista de Historia, guest eds., Robert Carmack and Mario Rizo, vol. 14 (2002): 73-88.
Carey, Mark. "Natural Resources, Markets, and Land Use Change Among Nicaragua’s Mayangna Indians, 1800 to the Present," Proceedings of the Rocky Mountain Council on Latin American Studies, 1998, ed., John F. Schwaller, Las Cruces, NM: RMCLAS, 1999.