Significance of leaf water repellency in forest hydrology models
Influence of land use changes on rainfall partitioning and fog interception in a tropical montane cloud forest in Guatemala
Transnational migration, remittances, and decentralization of forest management in municipal-communal forests in Guatemala
Leaf traits and leaf optical properties of common species in Colorado and Guatemala
Environmental Systems: Climate and Vegetation
Water Resources and Water Problems
Topics in Water Resource Management
Development of Geographic Thought
History and Nature of Geography
Field Studies in Geography - Guatemala
Geography of Climate Change
Cultural and Political Ecology
Nature and Society
Awards and Honors:
Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award (1992) awarded by the University of Georgia
Citizen Activist Award (1988) awarded by the Citizen Action Network, Worcester, MA
Curtis D. Holder and Gregory Chase, 2012. The role of remittances and decentralization of forest management in the sustainability of a municipal-communal pine forest in eastern Guatemala. Environment, Development and Sustainability 14: 25-43.
Curtis D. Holder, 2012. The relationship between leaf hydrophobicity, water droplet retention, and leaf angle of common species in a semi-arid region of the western United States. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 152: 11-16.
Curtis D. Holder, 2011. The relationship between leaf water repellency and leaf traits in three distinct biogeographical regions. Plant Ecology 212(11): 1913-1926.
Curtis D. Holder, 2004. Rainfall interception and fog precipitation in a tropical montane cloud forest of Guatemala. Forest Ecology and Management 190(2/3): 373-384.
Curtis D. Holder, 2003. Fog precipitation in a cloud forest of the Sierra de las Minas Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala. Hydrological Processes 17(10): 2001-2010.