Publications

Heberger, M. (2024). Improved observation of the global water cycle with satellite remote sensing and neural network modeling [PhD Thesis]. Sorbonne University. 266 pages.

Heberger, M., F. Aires, and V. Pellet. “Improving Satellite Remote Sensing Estimates of the Global Terrestrial Hydrologic Cycle via Neural Network Modeling.” Submitted to the Journal of Hydrology. In review.

Heberger, M.; Sutton, R.; Buzby, N.; Sun, J.; Lin, D.; Mendez, M.; Hladik, M.; Orlando, J.; Sanders, C.; Furlong, E. 2020. Current-Use Pesticides, Fragrance Ingredients, and Other Emerging Contaminants in San Francisco Bay Margin Sediment and Water. SFEI Contribution No. 934. San Francisco Estuary Institute: Richmond, CA. https://www.sfei.org/documents/current-use-pesticides-fragrance-ingredients-and-other-emerging-contaminants-san-francisco

Heberger, M. and K. Donnelly. Community Guide to Water Demand Forecasting. Oakland, California: Pacific Institute. August 2016. http://pacinst.org/publication/community-guide

Heberger, M., and K. Donnelly. Oil, Food, and Water: Challenges and Opportunities for California Agriculture. Oakland, California: Pacific Institute, 2015. http://pacinst.org/publication/oil-food-and-water/

Heberger, M., H. Cooley, and P.H. Gleick. Urban Water Conservation and Efficiency Potential in California. Issue Brief. Oakland, California: Pacific Institute and the Natural Resources Defense Council, June 2014. http://pacinst.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2014/06/ca-water-urban.pdf.

Long, J., L. Feinstein, J. Birkholzer, P. Jordan, J. Houseworth, P. F. Dobson, M. Heberger, and D. L. Gautier. An Independent Scientific Assessment of Well Stimulation in California Volume 1. Sacramento, California: California Council on Science and Technology (CCST), 2015. http://ccst.us/projects/hydraulic_fracturing_public/SB4.php.

Cooley, H., N. Ajami, and M. Heberger. Key Issues in Seawater Desalination in California: Marine Impacts. Oakland: Pacific Institute, 2013. http://www.pacinst.org/publication/desal-marine-impacts/.

Heberger, M., and E. Moore. “Adapting to Rising Tides: Vulnerability to Sea Level Rise in Select Communities in the San Francisco Bay Region.” 2012. http://www.adaptingtorisingtides.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/ART_SocioeconomicAnalysis_PacificInstitute.pdf

Heberger, M., H. Cooley, P. Herrera, P.H. Gleick, and E. Moore. The Impacts of Sea-Level Rise on the California Coast. California Energy Commission, Public Interest Energy Research Paper CEC-500-2009-024-F. Oakland, CA: Pacific Institute, 2009. http://pacinst.org/reports/sea_level_rise/report.pdf.

Limbrunner, J., D.Sheer, M. Heberger, M. Cohen, J. Henderson, and B. Raucher. Policy Options for Water Management in the Verde Valley, Arizona. Flagstaff, Arizona: The Nature Conservancy, 2011. https://pacinst.org/publication/policy-options-for-water-management-in-the-verde-valley-arizona/

Heberger, M. “Australia’s Millennium Drought: Impacts and Responses.” In The World’s Water Volume 7: The Biennial Report on Freshwater Resources, edited by Peter H. Gleick, 97–126. Washington, DC: Island Press, 2011.

Heberger, M, and P.H. Gleick. “The Coming Mega-Drought.” Scientific American, January 2012. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-coming-mega-drought/

Garzón, C., H. Cooley, M. Heberger, E. Moore, L. Allen, E. Matalon, and A. Doty. Community-Based Climate Adaptation Planning: Case Study of Oakland, California. CEC‐500‐2012‐038. California Energy Commission, 2012. http://www.pacinst.org/reports/oakland_climate_adaptation/index.htm.

Cooley, H., E. Moore, M. Heberger, and L. Allen. Social Vulnerability to Climate Change in California. CEC-500-2012-013. California Energy Commission, 2012.

Christian-Smith, J., M. Heberger, and L. Allen. Urban Water Demand in California to 2100: Incorporating Climate Change. Oakland, California: Pacific Institute, 2012. http://pacinst.org/publication/urban-water-demand-to-2100/

Cooley, H., M Heberger, A. Allen, and R. Wilkinson. The Water-Energy Simulator (WESim) User Manual. Alexandria, Virginia: WateReuse Research Foundation, 2012. http://www.pacinst.org/resources/wesim/user_manual.pdf.

Cooley, H., M Heberger, and R. Wilkinson. Implications of Future Water Supply Sources for Energy Demands. Alexandria, Virginia: http://www.pacinst.org/resources/wesim/report.pdf, 2012. http://www.pacinst.org/resources/wesim/.

Morrison, Jason, Mari Morikawa, Matthew Heberger, Heather Cooley, Peter Gleick, and Meena Palaniappan. Climate Change and the Global Water Crisis: What Businesses Need to Know and Do. Oakland, California: Pacific Institute and the United Nations Global Compact, May 2009. http://www.pacinst.org/reports/ungc_climate_water/.

Heberger, M.G., et al. “Combining real-time bacteria models and uncertainty analysis for establishing health advisories for recreational waters.” Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 2007. https://www.dropbox.com/s/8sax2uhqosznn0s/heberger03.pd

Merrimack River Watershed Assessment Study. Camp, Dresser, and McKee. 2006. (coauthor). https://www.nae.usace.army.mil/portals/74/docs/topics/merrimacklower/phaseifinal.pdf

Heberger, M. G. 2003. “Modeling Nonpoint Source Bacteria Loading in Urban Rivers.” MS Thesis. Tufts University. https://www.dropbox.com/s/6ysyta23ngb5rml/heberger03.pdf?dl=0