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Williams, Garnett P. 1997. Chaos Theory Tamed. National Academies Press, Washington, D.C.

Williams, Jeremy B. and Judith M. McNeill. 2005. "The Current Crisis in Neoclassical Economics and the Case for an Economic Analysis based on Sustainable Development." U21 Global Working Paper # 0001/2005, U21 Global, Graduate School for Global Leaders. [PDF

Williams, John W., Stephen T. Jackson, and John E. Kutzbach. 2007. "Projected Distributions of Novel and Disappearing Climates by 2100 AD." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104(14):5738-5742. [news article 1, news article 2]

Williams, Lee. 1995. "Participatory and Collaborative Applied Research Methods: Annotated Bibliography." University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Williams, Marc. 1998. "Aid, Sustainable Development, and the Environmental Crisis." International Journal of Peace Studies 3(2).

Williams, Michael. 2005. Deforesting the Earth: From Prehistory to Global Crisis. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

Williams, Neville. 2005. Chasing the Sun: Solar Adventures Around the World. New Society Publishers, Gabriola Island, British Columbia.

Williams, Paul H. and Chris J. Humphries. 1994. "Biodiversity, Taxonomic Relatedness, and Endemism in Conservation." Pages 269-287 in P.L. Forey, C.J. Humphries, and R.I. Vane-Wright (eds.), Systematics and Conservation Evaluation, Clarendon Press, Oxford.

Williams, Paul H., David Gibbons, Chris Margules, Anthony Rebelo, Chris Humphries, and Robert Pressey. 1996. "A Comparison of Richness Hotspots, Rarity Hotspots, and Complementary Areas for Conserving Diversity of British Birds." Conservation Biology 10(1):155-174. [abstract]

Williams, Paul H., Ghillean T Prance, Chris J. Humphries, and K.S. Edwards. 1996. "Promise and Problems in Applying Quantitative Complementary Areas for Representing the Diversity of some Neotropical Plants (Families Dichapetalaceae, Lecythidaceae, Caryocaraceae, Chrysobalanaceae and Proteaceae)." Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 58:125-157. [abstract]

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