- J.A. Walsh, Diffusive heat transport in Budyko's energy balance
climate model with a dynamic ice line (arXiv:1607.07769).

- J.A. Walsh, E. Widiasih, J. Hahn and R. McGehee, Periodic orbits
for a discontinuous vector field arising from a
conceptual model of glacial cycles,
*Nonlinearity***29**(2016), 1843-1864.

- J.A. Walsh, Climate
modeling in differential equations,
*The UMAP Journal***36**(4) (2015), 325-363.

- J.A. Walsh and C. Rackauckas (OC `13), On
the Budyko-Sellers energy balance climate model with ice line coupling,
*Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems Series B***20**(7) (2015), 2187-2216.

- J.A. Walsh and E. Widiasih, A
dynamics approach to a low order climate model,
*Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems Series B***19**(1) (2014), 257-279.

- J.A. Walsh and R. McGehee, Modeling climate dynamically,
*The College Mathematics Journal***44**(5) (2013), 350-363. (A special issue devoted to the*Mathematics of Planet Earth.*)

- J. Woodard (OC '11) and J.A. Walsh, A simple charged 3-body
problem,
*CODEE Journal*, May 2012. URL http://www.codee.org/ref/CJ12-1801

- D. Hemberger (OC '07) and J.A. Walsh, Fractals in the 3-body
problem via symplectic integration, in
*The Beauty of Fractals: 6 Different Views*, MAA Notes Series No. 76, D. Gulick and J. Scott editors, Mathematical Association of America, Washington, D.C., 2010.

- J.A. Walsh, Surprising dynamics from a simple model,
*Mathematics Magazine***79**(5) (2006), 327-338.

- J.A. Walsh, Reverse bifurcations in a unimodal queueing model,
*Computers & Graphics***30**(4) (2006), 650-657.

- G. Lodge (OC '02), J.A. Walsh and M. Kramer (OC '01), A trilinear
three-body problem,
*International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos***13**(8) (2003), 2141-2155.

- J.A. Walsh, A model of the activated sludge process,
*UMAP Journal***23**(4) (Winter 2002).

- J.A. Walsh, A new look at an old question: Is pi normal?,
*MAA Focus***22**(6) (2002), 6-7.

- J.A. Walsh, Dynamical systems and the undergraduate curriculum,
*Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics,*Burlingame, CA, November 4-7, 1999, (Addison Wesley, Reading, MA), 2000, 404-408.

- J.A. Walsh, B. Elenbogen and G.R. Hall, A dynamical systems
analysis of a periodic client-server network,
*International Journal of Modeling and Simulation***(20)**(2) (2000), 119-129.

- J.A. Walsh, The dynamics of circle
homeomorphisms:
a hands-on introduction,
*Mathematics Magazine***72**(1) (1999), 3-13.

- J.A. Walsh, G.R. Hall and B. Elenbogen, Computer protocol and
torus maps,
*Dynamics and Stability of Systems***11**(3) (1996), 239-263.

- J.A. Walsh, Fractals in linear algebra,
*The College Mathematics Journal***27**(6) (1996), 298-304.

- J.A. Walsh, Iteration in first semester calculus,
*Electronic Proceedings of the Seventh Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics*, Addison-Wesley, 1995.

- J.A. Walsh, Directions for structurally stable flows on surfaces
via
rotation vectors,
*Topology and its Applications***66**(1) (1995), 49-66.

- J.A. Walsh, Rotation vectors for toral maps and flows: a
tutorial,
*International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos***5**(2) (1995), 321-348.

- J.A. Walsh, The dynamics of Newton's method for cubic
polynomials,
*The College Mathematics Journal***26**(1), January 1995, 22-28.

- J.A. Walsh, Closing periodic epsilon-chains in the hyperbolic
plane and a
theorem of Oxtoby, 1993.

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- Dajani, K. and Kraaikamp, C.,
*Ergodic Theory of Numbers*, The Carus Mathematical Monographs**29**, Mathematical Association of America (2002), in*MAA Reviews*.

- Pilkey, O. and Pilkey-Jarvis, L.,
*Useless Arithmetic: Why Environmental Scientists Can't Predict the Future*, New York: Columbia University Press (2007), in*The UMAP Journal***29**(1) (2008), 83-85.

- Nillsen, R.,
*Randomness and Recurrence in Dynamical Systems*, The Carus Mathematical Monographs Number 31, Mathematical Association of America, Washington, DC, in*The American Mathematical Monthly***119**(5) (2012), 434-438.

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