Selected Publications

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Karen Bieluch

Bolger, D.T., K.H. Bieluch, F.E. Krivak-Tetley, G. Maggs-Kölling and J. Tjitekulu (2018) Designing a Real-World Course for Environmental Studies Students: Entering a Social-Ecological System. Sustainability 10(7), 2546;

Douglas T. Bolger

Douglas Thomas Bolger

Morrison, T.A., and D.T. Bolger. 2014. Connectivity and bottlenecks in a migratory wildebeest population. Oryx.

Morrison, T.A., and D.T. Bolger. 2012. Seasonal range fidelity in a tropical migratory ungulate. Journal of Animal Ecology. 81: 543-552.

Bolger, D.T., T.A. Morrison, B. Vance, D. Lee, & H. Farid. 2012. A computer-assisted system for photographic mark–recapture analysis. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 3:813-822.

Morrison, T.A., J. Yoshizaki, J.D. Nichols, D.T. Bolger. 2011. Estimating survival in photographic capture-recapture studies: overcoming misidentification error. In press, Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

Wolkovich, E.M., D. Lipson, R.A. Virginia, K. Cottingham, and D.T. Bolger. 2009. Grass invasion causes rapid increases in ecosystem carbon and nitrogen storage in a semi-arid shrubland. Global Change Biology. 16: 1351–1365.

Bolger, D.T., W.D. Newmark, T.A. Morrison and D.F. Doak. 2008. The need for integrative approaches to understand and conserve migratory ungulates. Ecology Letters, 11: 63-77.

Bolger, D.T. 2007. Spatial and temporal variation in the Argentine ant edge effect: Implications for the mechanism of edge limitation. Biological Conservation, 136:295-305.

Bolger, D T, M A Patten, and D C Bostock, “Avian Reproductive Failure in Response to an Extreme Climatic Event,” Oecologia 142:3 (January 2005) 398-406.

Lowe W.H., K.H. Nislow, and D.T. Bolger, 2004. Stage-specific and interactive effects of sedimentation and trout on a headwater stream salamander. Ecological Applications 14: 164-172.

Crooks, K., A. Suarez, and D.T. Bolger, 2004. Avian assemblages along a gradient of urbanization in a highly fragmented landscape. Biological Conservation 115: 451-462.

Patten, M.A. and D.T. Bolger. 2003. Variation in Top-down Control of Avian Reproductive Success Across a Fragmentation Gradient. Oikos 101:479-488.

Bolger, D.T. 2002. Fragmentation effects on birds in southern California: Contrast to the top-down paradigm. Studies in Avian Biology 25:141-157.

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Michael Cox

Cox, M. 2014. Applying a social-ecological system framework to the study of the Taos acequia irrigation system. Human Ecology 42(2): 311-324.

Cox, M. 2014. Modern disturbances to a long-lasting community-based resource management system: the Taos Valley acequias. Global Environmental Change 24: 213-222.

Cox, M., Villamayor-Tomas, S. and Hartberg, Y. 2014. The role of religion in community-based natural resource management. World Development 54: 46-55.

Sloan-Wilson, D., E. Ostrom and M. Cox. 2013. Generalizing the core design principles for the efficacy of groups. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization 905: 521-532.

Cox, M.,  s. Mincey, T. Ruseva, S. Villamayor-Tomas and B. Fischer. 2013. Evaluating the USFS State & Private Forestry Redesign: A first look at policy implications. Ecological Economics 85: 35-42.

Schoon, M. and M. Cox. 2012. Understanding disturbances and responses in social-ecological systems. Society and Natural Resources 25(2): 141-155.

Cox, M. 2011. Advancing the diagnostic analysis of environmental problems. International Journal of the Commons 5(2): 346-363.

Cox, M. and Ross, J. 2011. Robustness and vulnerability of community irrigation systems: the case of the Taos valley acequias. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 61(3): 254-266.

Cox, M., Arnold, G. and Villamayor Tomás, S. 2010. A review of design principles for community-based natural resource management. Ecology and Society 15(4): [online], .

Ostrom, E. and Cox, M. 2010. Moving beyond panaceas: an interdisciplinary approach to the study of social-ecological systems. Environmental Conservation 37(4): 451-463.

Cox, M. 2008. Balancing accuracy and meaning in common-pool resource theory. Ecology and Society 13(2): [online],

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Lauren E. Culler

Culler, L.E., M.P. Ayres, and R.A. Virginia. 2015. In a warmer Arctic, mosquitoes avoid increased mortality from predators by growing faster. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282

Culler, L.E., M.A. McPeek, and M.P. Ayres. 2014. Predation risk shapes thermal physiology of a predaceous damselfly. Oecologia 176:653-660

Culler, L.E., R.F. Smith, and W.O. Lamp. 2014. Weak relationships between environmental factors and invertebrate communities in constructed wetlands. Wetlands 34: 351-361

Culler, L.E., S. Obha, and P. Crumrine. 2014. Predator-Prey Interactions of Dytiscids. In Ecology, Systematics, and Natural History of Predaceous Diving Beetles (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae). Editor: D.A. Yee.

Lamp, W.O., D. Miranda, L.E. Culler, and L.C. Alexander. 2011. Host suitability and gas exchange response of grapevine to Potato Leafhopper (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 104: 1316-1322.

Culler, L.E. and W.O. Lamp. 2009. Selective predation by larval Agabus (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) on mosquitoes: support for conservation‐based mosquito suppression in constructed wetlands. Freshwater Biology 54: 2003‐2014

Abdoulaye, D., R.K. Dabire, K. Heidenberger, J. Crawford, W. Lamp, L.E. Culler, and T. Lehmann. 2008. Evidence for divergent selection between the molecular forms of Anopheles gambiae: role of predation. BMC Evolutionary Biology 8:5

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James (J.T.) Erbaugh

Harbi, J., Erbaugh, J. T., Sidiq, M., Haasler, B., & Nurrochmat, D. R. (2018). Making a bridge between livelihoods and forest conservation: Lessons from non timber forest products’ utilization in South Sumatera, Indonesia. Forest Policy and Economics, 94, 1-10.

Erbaugh, J.T., Oldekop, J. (2018). Forest landscape restoration for livelihoods and well-being. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 32, 76-83.

Nurrochmat, D.R., Adi, I., Purwadianto, A., Maryudi, A., Nugroho, I.A., Hardjanto, Purwadianto, A., Maryudi, A., Erbaugh, J.T. (2017). Shifting contestation into cooperation: Strategy to incorporate different interest of actors in medicinal plants in Meru Betiri National Park, Indonesia. Forest Policy and Economics. 83, 162-168.

Erbaugh, J.T., Agrawal, A. (2017). Clarifying the landscape approach: A Letter to the Editor on “Integrated landscape approaches to managing social and environmental issues in the tropics.” Global Change Biology. 23, 4453-4454.

Erbaugh, J.T., Nurrochmat, D.R., Purnomo, H. (2017). Regulation, formalization, and smallholder timber production in northern Central Java, Indonesia. Agroforestry Systems. 91, 867-880.

Nurrochmat, D.R., Dharmawan, A.H., Obidzinski, K., Dermawan, A., Erbaugh, J.T. (2016). Contesting national and international forest regimes: Case of timber legality certification for community forests in Central Java, Indonesia. Forest Policy and Economics. 68, 54-64.

Ekayani, M., Nurrochmat, D.R., Saharjo, B.H., Erbaugh, J.T. (2015). Assessing Conformity of Scientific Voices and Local Needs to Combat Forest Fire in Indonesia 21. Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropis. 83-91.

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Coleen A. Fox

Fox, C. and Sneddon, C. (forthcoming). Local knowledges and environmental governance: making space for alternative futures in the Arctic circumpolar region and the Mekong River Basin. In, Environmental Geopolitics: A Research Agenda, ed., S. O’Lear, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Fox, C. and Sneddon, C. 2019. Political borders, epistemological boundaries, and contested knowledges: constructing dams and narratives in the Mekong River Basin. Water, 11(3), 413;

Fox, C. (forthcoming). River Basin Development. In, International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2nd edition. ed., A. Kobyashi, Elsevier.

Fox, C., Reo, N., Turner, D., Cook, J., Dituri, F., Fessell, B., Jenkins, J., Johnson, A., Rakena, T., Riley, C., Turner, A., Williams, J., Wilson, M. 2017. “The river is us; the river is in our veins”: redefining river restoration in three Indigenous communities.  Sustainabilty Science 12(4):521-533.

Fox, C., Sneddon, C. and F. Magilligan. 2016. “You kill the dam, you are killing a part of me”: the environmental politics of dam removal. Geoforum 70: 93-104.

Sneddon, C.S.; Magilligan, F.J. and Fox, C.A. 2017. Science of the dammed: Expertise and knowledge claims in contested dam removals. Water Alternatives 10(3): 677-696.

Magilligan, F.J., Sneddon, C.S., and Fox, C.A. 2017. The social, historical and institutional contingencies of dam removal. Environmental Management 59(6): 982-994.

Magilligan, F.J., Sneddon, C.S, Fox, C.A. 2018. The socio-geomorphology of river restoration: Dam removal and the politics of place. In, Doreen Massey: Critical Dialogues, M. Werner, J. Peck, R. Lave, and B. Christophers, eds.  New York: Columbia University Press (Agenda Publishing).

Sneddon, C. and C. Fox. 2014. A Genealogy of the Basin: Scalar Politics and Identity in the MekongRiver Basin. In, Negotiating Water Governance, eds, A. Cohen and E. Norman. Ashgate.

Magilligan, F., Nislow, K., Graber, B., Chipman, J., Sneddon, C. & Fox, C. 2016. River restoration by dam removal: assessing riverine re-connectivity and watershed resilience at a regional scale. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene.

Sneddon C. and C. Fox. 2012. Inland capture fisheries and the industrial river basin: a political economy of Mekong fisheries. Journal of Agrarian Change 12(2-3): 279-299.

Fox, C. and C. Sneddon. 2007. Transboundary river basin agreements in the Mekong and Zambezi basins:enhancing environmental security or securitizing the environment? International Environmental Agreements 7: 237-261.

Fox, C. and C. Sneddon. 2005. Flood pulses, international watercourse law, and common pool resources: a case study of the Mekong Lowlands. Research Paper No. 2005/20.  Expert Group on Development Issues. United Nations University – World Institute for Development Economics Research.

Sneddon, C. and C. Fox. 2012. Water, geopolitics and economic development in the conceptualization of a region. Eurasian Geography and Economics 53(1): 143-160.

Sneddon, C. and C. Fox. 2006. Rethinking transboundary waters: A critical hydropolitics of the Mekong basin. Political Geography 25: 181-202.

Magilligan, F.J., Sneddon, C.S., and C. Fox. 2016. The Era of Big Dam Building: It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over.  In, The Politics of Fresh Water: Access, Conflict and Identity. Earthscan Studies in Water Resource Management Series.

Sneddon C. and C. Fox. 2011. Cold War technopolitics, the US Bureau of Reclamation and emergence of the "modern" river basin, 1950-1970. Political Geography 30(8): 450-460.

Sneddon, C. and C. Fox. 2008.  River-basin politics and the rise of ecological democracy in Southeast Asia and Southern Africa. Water Alternatives 1(1): 66-88.

Sneddon, C. and C. Fox. 2008. Struggles over dams as struggles for justice: the World Commission on Dams(WCD) and anti-dam campaigns in Thailand and Mozambique. Society & Natural Resources: An International Journal 21(7): 625-64.

Fox, C. and N. Kohler. 1999. Ecological and Social Sustainability in International River Basins: LocalParticipation in Natural Resource Planning in the Xe Kong and Se San River Basins of Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. SYLFF Working Papers (12). Tokyo: Global Foundation for Research and Exchange

Sneddon, C. and C. Fox. 2007. Power, development, and institutional change: participatory governance in the Lower Mekong Basin. World Development 35(12): 2161-2181.

Fox, C. 2009. River Basin Development. In, International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Elsevier Publishers.

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Andrew J. Friedland

Friedland, A. and R. Relyea. Environmental Science for the AP Course, Third Edition (2019). Macmillan/W.H. Freeman. 753 pgs.

Friedland, A.J., C.L. Folt and J.L. Mercer. Writing Successful Science Proposals , Third Edition (2018). Yale University Press. 261 pages.

Dean, C., J. Kirkpatrick and A.J. Friedland. 2017. Conventional intensive logging does not maintain soil organic carbon. Global Change Biology 23:1-11.

Richardson, J.B., C.L. Petrenko and A.J. Friedland. 2017. Base cations and micronutrients in forest soils along three clear-cut chronosequences in the northeastern United States. Nutrient Cycling in Ag. Ecosystems 109:161-179.

Richardson, J.B., J.H. Görres and A.J. Friedland. 2017. Exotic earthworms decrease Cd, Hg, and Pb pools in upland forest soils of Vermont and New Hampshire USA. Bull. Environ. Contam. Toxicol 99:428-432.

Richardson, J.B. and A.J. Friedland. 2016. Effect of coniferous and deciduous vegetation on major and trace metals in forests of northern New England, USA. Plant and Soil 402:363-378.

Petrenko, C.L., J. Bradley-Cook, E. Lacroix, A.J. Friedland and R.A. Virginia. 2016. Mineral soil carbon and nitrogen storage in graminoid- versus shrub-dominated soils of Western Greenland. Arctic Science 2:165-182. doi: 10.1139/AS-2015-0023.

Petrenko, C.L. and A.J. Friedland. 2015.  Mineral soil carbon pool responses to forest clearing in Northeastern hardwood forests. Global Change Biology-Bioenergy 7:1283-1293. doi: 10.1111/gcbb.12221

Richardson, J.B., J.H. Görres, B.P. Jackson and A.J. Friedland. 2015. Trace metals and metalloids in forest soils and exotic earthworms in northern New England, USA. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 85:190-198.

Richardson, J.B. and A.J. Friedland. 2015. Mercury in coniferous and deciduous upland forests in northern New England, USA: implications of climate change. Biogeosciences 12:6737-6749.

Friedland, A.J. and R. Relyea. Friedland and Relyea Environmental Science for AP*, Second Edition. New York: W.H. Freeman. 2015. 762 pages.

Vario, C.L., Neurath, R. and A.J. Friedland.  2014.  Response of mineral soil carbon to clear-cutting in a northern hardwood forest. Soil Science Society of America Journal 78:309-318.

Richardson, J.B., A.J. Friedland, J.M. Kaste, and B.P. Jackson.  2014.  Forest floor lead changes from 1980-2011 and accumulation in the mineral soil across the northeastern United States. Journal of Environmental Quality 43:926-935.

Buchholz, T., A. J. Friedland, C.E. Hornig, W.S. Keeton, G. Zanchi and J. Nunery. 2014.  Mineral soil carbon fluxes in forests and implications for carbon balance assessment. Global Change Biology-Bioenergy 6:305-311. DOI: 10.1111/gcbb.12044

Richardson, J.B., A.J. Friedland, J.M. Kaste, T.R. Engerbretson, and B.P. Jackson. 2013.  Spatial and vertical distribution of mercury in upland forest soils across the northeastern United States. Environmental Pollution 182:127-134. DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2013.07.011

Friedland, A.J., R. Relyea, and D. Courard-Hauri. Essentials of Environmental Science . New York: W.H. Freeman. 2012. 403 pages.

Zummo, L.M. and A.J. Friedland.  2011.  Soil carbon release along a gradient of physical disturbance in a harvested northern hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management 261:1016-1026.

Friedland, A.J. and K.T. Gillingham. 2010. Carbon accounting a tricky business (letter). Science 327:410-411.

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Richard B. Howarth

G. Mavrommati, M.E. Borsuk, and R.B. Howarth. 2017. “A Novel Deliberative Multicriteria Evaluation Approach to Ecosystem Service Valuation.” Ecology and Society 22: 39.

D.A. Lutz, E.A. Burakowski, M.B. Murphy, M.E. Borsuk, R.M. Niemiec, and R.B. Howarth. 2016. “Tradeoffs between Three Forest Ecosystem Services across the State of New Hampshire, USA: Timber, Carbon, and Albedo.” Ecological Applications 26: 146-161.

D.A. Lutz and R.B. Howarth. 2015. “The Price of Snow: Albedo Valuation and a Case Study for Forest Management.” Environmental Research Letters 10: 064013.

R.B. Howarth, M.D. Gerst, and M.E. Borsuk. 2014. “Risk Mitigation and the Social Cost of Carbon.” Global Environmental Change 24: 123-131.

R.M.R. Turaga, R.B. Howarth, and M.E. Borsuk. 2010. “Pro-Environmental Behavior: Rational Choice Meets Moral Motivation.” Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1185: 211-224.

K. Nyborg, R.B. Howarth, and K.A. Brekke. 2006. “Green Consumers and Public Policy: On Socially Contingent Moral Motivation.” Resource and Energy Economics 28: 351-366.

C. Sneddon, R.B. Howarth, and R.B. Norgaard. 2006. “Sustainable Development in a Post-Brundtland World.” Ecological Economics 57: 253-268.

K.A. Brekke and R.B. Howarth. 2002. Status, Growth, and the Environment: Goods as Symbols in Applied Welfare Economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

M.A. Wilson and R.B. Howarth. 2002. “Discourse-Based Valuation of Ecosystem Services: Establishing Fair Outcomes through Group Deliberation.” Ecological Economics. 41: 431-443.

R.B. Howarth, B.M. Haddad, and B. Paton. 2000. “The Economics of Energy Efficiency: Insights from Voluntary Participation Programs.” Energy Policy 28: 477-486.

R.B. Howarth and R.B. Norgaard. 1992. “Environmental Valuation under Sustainable Development.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 80: 473‑477.

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Ross T. Jones

Brooks, R. O., R. Jones , and R. A. Virginia . 2002. Law and Ecology: The Rise of the Ecosystem Regime. Ashgate Publishers Ltd.: Aldershot , Brookfield USA , Singapore , Sydney . 411 pp. For the series, Ecology and Law in Modern Society, R. O. Brooks and R. A. Virginia, eds.

Friedland, A. J., R. T. Jones, T. F. Gross, and S. D. Blackmer. 2004. Towards a Sustainable Northern Forest . Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 18: 1-22.


David A Lutz

Rapp, J. M., Lutz, D. A., Huish, R. D., Dufour, B., Ahmed, S., Morelli, T. L., and Stinson, K. A. 2019. Finding the Sweet Spot: Shifting optimal climate for maple syrup production in North America. Forest Ecology and Management, 448(15). 187-197.

Finger Higgens, R.A., Chipman, J. W., Lutz, D. A., Culler, L. E., Virginia, R. A., and Ogden, L. A. 2019. Changing Lake DYnamics Indicate a Drier Arctic in Western Greenland. Journal of Geophysical Research Letters. 141(1). 870-883.

Borsuk, M. E., Mavrommati, G., Samal, N., Zuidema, S., Wollheim, W., Thorn, A. M., Lutz, D. A., Mineau, M., Grimm, C., Wake, C., Howarth, R. B., and Gardner, K. 2019. Comparative multiattribute valuation of ecosystem services across a range of regional land-use, socio-economic, and climate scenarios. Ecology and Society, 24(2): 11. 

White, A. S.*, Lutz, D. A., Howarth, R. B., and Soto, J. R. 2018 Small-Scale Forestry and Carbon Offset Markets: An Empirical Study of Vermont Current use Forest Landowners Willingness to Accept Carbon Credit Programs. PLoS One, 13(8), e0201967,

Astrup, R., Bernier, P. Y., Genet, H., Lutz, D. A., and Bright, R. M. 2018. A sensible climate solution for the boreal forest. Nature Climate Change, 8(1), 1.

Samal, N., Wollheim, W., Zuidema, S., Stewart, R., Zhou, Z., Mineau, M., Borsuk, M., Gardner, K., Glidden, S., Huang, T., Lutz, D. A., Mavrommati, G., Thorn, A., Wake, C., and Huber, M. 2017. A coupled terrestrial and aquatic biogeophysical model of the Upper Merrimack River watershed, New Hampshire, to inform ecosystem services evaluation and management under climate and land-cover change. Ecology and Society, 22(4), 18.

Lutz, D. A., Burakowski, E. A., Murphy, M. B.*, Borsuk, M. E., Niemiec, R. M.*, and Howarth, R. B. 2016. Tradeoffs between Three Forest Ecosystem Services across the State of New Hampshire: Timber, Carbon, and Albedo. Ecological Applications, 26(1), 146-161.

Lutz, D. A. and Howarth, R. B. The Price of Snow: The Use of Climate Metrics for Forest Albedo Valuation. In 2nd Round of Revision: Environmental Research Letters

McDermott, S.M., Howarth, R. B., and Lutz, D. A. 2015. Addressing the assumption of carbon neutrality: Analysis of the Northern Forest. Land Economics, 91(2), 197-210.

Niemiec, R. A.*, Lutz, D. A., and Howarth, R. B. 2014. Incorporating Carbon Storage into the Optimal Management of Forest Insect Pests: A Case Study of the Southern Pine Beetle (Dendroctonus Frontalis Zimmerman) in the New Jersey Pinelands, Environmental Management, 54(4), 875-887.

Lutz, D.A. and Howarth, R. B. 2014. Valuing Albedo as an Ecosystem Service: Implications for Forest Management. Climatic Change, 124, 53-63. DOI 10.1007/s10584-014-1109-0

Lutz, D. A., Powell, R. L., and Silman, M. R. 2013. Four Decades of Andean Timberline Migration and Implications for Biodiversity Loss with Climate Change. PLoS ONE, 8(9), e74496. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0074496

Lutz, D. A., Shugart, H. H., Ershov, D. V., Shuman, J. K., and Isaev, A. S. 2013 Boreal forest sensitivity to increased temperatures at multiple successional stages. Annals of Forest Science, 1-10.

Lutz, D. A., White, M. A., Shugart, H. H. 2012. Sensitivity of Russian forest timber harvest and carbon storage to temperature increase. Forestry (86), 283-293.

Browne, R., Lutz, D. A*. 2010. Lake ecosystem effects associated with top-predator removal due to selenium toxicity. Hydrobiologia, 655 (1), 137-148.

Pitman, N. C. A., Azáldegui, M. D. C. L., Salas, K., Vigo, G. T., and Lutz, D. A*. 2006. Written Accounts of an Amazonian Landscape over the Last 450 Years. Conservation Biology, 21(1), pg. 253-262.

Lutz, D. A., Washington-Allen, R. A., and Shugart, H. H. 2008. Remote Sensing of Boreal Forest Biophysical and Inventory Parameters: A Review. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing Special Issue: Remote characterization of vegetation structure and productivity: plant to landscape scales, 34 (supp 2), pg. S286-S313.

* indicates research performed as an undergraduate

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Theresa Ong

Ong, T. W., and J. Vandermeer. 2018. Multiple hysteretic patterns from elementary population models. Theoretical Ecology:1–7. (, F1000 Prime:

Ong, T. W., D. Allen, and J. Vandermeer. 2018. Huffaker revisited: Spatial heterogeneity and the coupling of ineffective agents in biological control. Ecosphere 9:e02299. (

Ong, T. W., and J. Vandermeer. 2015. Coupling unstable agents in biological control. Nature Communications 6. (

Ong, T. W., and J. Vandermeer. 2014. Antagonism between two natural enemies improves biological control of a coffee pest: The importance of dominance hierarchies. Biological Control 76:107–113. (

Egerer, M., K. Li, and T. W. Ong. 2018. Context matters: Contrasting ladybird beetle responses to urban environments across two US regions. Sustainability 10:1829. (

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Terry S. Osborne

Best Person Rural: Essays of a Sometime Farmer, by Noel Perrin. David R. Godine. 2006.

Sightlines: The View of a Valley through the Voice of Depression. University Press of New England. 2001.


Nicholas James Reo

Reo, N.J., S.M. Topkok, N. Kanayurak, J.N. Stanford, D.A. Peterson, and L.J. Whaley (2019) Environmental Change and Sustainability of Indigenous Languages in Northern Alaska. Arctic 72(3): 215–228. DOI:

Schuster, R., R.R. Germain, J.R. Bennett, N.J. Reo, and P. Arcese (2019) Vertebrate biodiversity on indigenous-managed lands in Australia, Brazil, and Canada equals that in protected areas. Environmental Science & Policy 101. pp 1-6.

Reo, N.J. (2019) Inawendiwin and Relational Accountability in Anishnaabeg Studies: The Crux of the Biscuit. Journal of Ethnobiology, 39(1):65-75.

Reo, N.J. and L.A. Ogden (2018) From invasive species to migrating nations: broad perspectives of invasive species plants in Anishnaabe aki. Sustainability Science: 1-10.

Waller, D.M. and N.J. Reo (2018) First Stewards: Ecological outcomes of forest and wildlife stewardship by Native peoples in Wisconsin, USA. Ecology and Society 23(1):45. 

Whyte, K.P., N.J. Reo, D. McGregor, M.A. Smith and J Jenkins (2017) Seven Indigenous Principles for Successful Cooperation in Great Lakes Conservation Initiatives. In Biodiversity, Conservation and Environmental Management in the Great Lakes Basin. Freedman E and MR Neuzil (eds.) Routledge.

Reo, N.J., K.P. Whyte, D. Ranco, J. Brandt, B. Elliott, E.D. Blackmer (2017) Invasive species, Indigenous stewards and vulnerability discourse. American Indian Quarterly. 41(3): 201-223.

Lishawa S.C., B.D. Carson, J.S. Brandt, J.M. Tallant, N.J. Reo, D.A. Albert, A.M. Monks, J.M. Lautenbach, and E. Clark (2017) Mechanical Harvesting Effectively Controls Young Typha spp. Invasion and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Data Enhances Post-treatment Monitoring. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: 619. DOI=10.3389/fpls.2017.00619   

Reo, N.J, K.P. Whyte, D. McGregor, M.A. Smith and J. Jenkins (2017) Factors that support Indigenous involvement in multi-actor environmental stewardship. AlterNative. doi: 10.1177/1177180117701028.

Janowiak, M.K., A.W. D'Amato, C.W. Swanston, L. Iverson, et al. (IN PRESS) New England and New York Forest Ecosystem Vulnerability Assessment and Synthesis. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report.

Fox, C.A., N.J. Reo, D.A. Turner, et al. (2017) “The river is us; the river is in our veins”: re-defining river restoration in three Indigenous communities. Sustainability Science. doi:10.1007/s11625-016-0421-1.

Deyo, N., M. Bohdan, R. Burke, A. Kelley, B. van der Werff, E.D. Blackmer, R.E. Grese and N.J. Reo (2014) Trails on tribal lands in the United States. Landscape and Urban Planning 125: 130–139.

Fletcher, M.L.M, K.E. Fort and N.J. Reo (2014) Tribal disruption and Indian claims. Michigan Law Review First Impressions 112(65): 65-72.

Silver, E. J., J. H. Speer, M. Kaye, N. J. Reo, L. F. Howard, et. al.  (2013)  Fire History and Age Structure of an Oakpine Forest on Price Mountain, Virginia, USA.  Natural Areas Journal 33 (4): 440-446. doi:

Fragoso, J. and N. J. Reo. (2013) Complex Interactions Between Biota, Landscapes and Native Peoples Ecological Processes 2 (28).

Reo, N. J. and A. Parker. (2013) Re-thinking colonialism to prepare for the impacts of rapid environmental change Climatic Change 120 (3): 671-682

Reo, N. J. and K. P. Whyte. (2012) Morality and Hunting as Elements of Traditional Ecological Knowledge. Human Ecology 40(1).

Reo, N. J. (2011) The Importance of Belief Systems in Traditional Ecological Knowledge Initiatives. International Indigenous Policy Journal 2(4).

McConnell, W. J., J. D. A. Millington, N. J. Reo, et al. (2011) Research on Coupled Human and Natural Systems (CHANS): Approach, Challenges and Strategies. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 92: 218–228.

Reo, N. J. and J. W. Karl (2010) Tribal and state ecosystem management regimes influence forest regeneration. Forest Ecology and Management 260 (5).

Reo, N. J. (2009) Ash trees, Indian communities and the emerald ash borer. Unpublished article available online at

Kazmierski, J., M. Kram, E. Mills, D. Phemister, N. J. Reo, et al. (2004) Conservation planning at the landscape scale: a landscape ecology method for regional land trusts. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 47 (5).

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Jack Shepherd

Hunger: The Biology and Politics of Starvation by J.R. Butterly and J. Shepherd. Dartmouth College Press 2010.

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Christopher S. Sneddon

Sneddon, C. In Press. Concrete Revolution: The Bureau of Reclamation, Cold War Geopolitics and Large Dams. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (expected September 2015).

Sneddon, C. 2013. “Water, governance and hegemony.” In Harris, L., Goldin, J. and C. Sneddon (eds) Contemporary Water Governance in the Global South: Scarcity, Marketization and Participation. New York: Routledge, pp. 13-24.

Sneddon, C. 2012. The “Sinew of Development”: Cold War geopolitics, technological expertise and river alteration in Southeast Asia, 1954-1975. Social Studies of Science 42(4):564-590.

Sneddon, C. and C. Fox. 2012. Inland capture fisheries and large river systems: A political economy of Mekong fisheries. Journal of Agrarian Change 12(2/3):279-299.

Sneddon, C. and C. Fox. 2012. Water, geopolitics, and economic development in the conceptualization of a region. Eurasian Geography and Economics 53(1):143-160.

Sneddon, C. and C. Fox. 2011. The Cold War, the US Bureau of Reclamation and the technopolitics of river basin development, 1950-1970. Political Geography, 30(8):450-460.

Sneddon, C. and C. Fox. 2008. Power, development and institutional change: participatory governance in the Lower Mekong basin. World Development 35(12):2161-2181.

Sneddon, C. 2007. “Nature’s” materiality and the circuitous paths of accumulation: dispossession of riverine fisheries in Cambodia. Antipode 39(1):167-193.

Sneddon, C., Howarth, R. B. and R. B. Norgaard. 2006. Sustainable Development in a Post-Brundtland World. Ecological Economics 57:253-268.

Sneddon, C. and C. Fox. 2006. Rethinking transboundary waters: a critical hydropolitics of the Mekong basin. Political Geography 25:181-202.

Sneddon, C. 2003. Reconfiguring scale and power: the Khong-Chi-Mun project in Northeast Thailand. Environment and Planning A 35:2229-2250.

Sneddon, C. 2000. ‘Sustainability’ in ecological economics, ecology and livelihoods: a review. Progress in Human Geography 24(4): 521-549.

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Julie L. Snorek

Snorek J. and D. Abrahams. (2018). The Climate Conflict Nexus. Oxford University Bibliographies.

Snorek J., Moser L., and Renaud, F.  (2017).  The production of contested landscapes: enclosing the pastoral commons in Niger.  Journal of Rural Studies.

Snorek, J. (2015). Summary Paper: ‘Governance and Management of the Nexus: Structures and Institutional Capacities.’ Change and Adaptations in Social Ecological Systems, 2: 115-117.

Snorek J. (2015). ‘Contested views of the causes of rural to urban migration amongst pastoralists in Niger.’  In Understanding Migration Decisions: From Sub-Saharan Africa to the Mediterranean.  Ed. Bloom, T. Routledge Publishing.

Snorek J., Kloos J., and Renaud F. G. (2014).  Divergent adaptation to climate variability: A pastoral-agricultural case study of Niger.  Global Environmental Change. 

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Ross A. Virginia

Gooseff, M. N., J. E. Barrett, B. J. Adams, P. T. Doran, A. G. Fountain, W. B. Lyons, D. M. McKnight, J. C. Priscu, E. Sokol, C. Takacs-Vesbach, M. L. Vandegehuchte, R. A. Virginia, and D. H. Wall. Decadal ecosystem response to an anomalous melt season in a polar desert in Antarctica. Nature Ecology and Evolution (2017) doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0253-0

Heindel, R. C., L. E. Culler, and R. A. Virginia. Rates and processes of aeolian soil erosion in West Greenland. The Holocene (2017) 1-10, DOI: 10.1177/0959683616687381 

Bradley-Cook, J I, and R A Virginia. Soil carbon storage and respiration potential across an age and climate gradient in western Greenland. Polar Biology 39:1283-1295, (2016) DOI 10.1007/s00300-015-1853-2

Heindel, R C, J W Chipman, and R A Virginia. The spatial distribution and ecological impacts of aeolian soil erosion in Kangerlussuaq, West Greenland. Annals fo the Association of American Geographers (2015) 105(5):875-890, DOI: 10.1080/00045608.2015.1059176  Press release

Mikucki, J A, E Auken, S Tulacyzk, R A Virginia, C Schamper, K I Sorensen, P T Doran, H Dugan, and N Foley.  Deep groundwater and potential subsurface habitats beneath an Antarctic dy valley. Nature Communications 6, Article number: 6831, doi:10.1038/ncomms7831 (2015)

Dugan, H A, P T Doran, S Tulaczyk, J A Mikucki, S A Arcone, E Auken, C Schamper, and R A Virginia. Subsurface imaging reveals a confined aquifer beneath an ice-sealed Antarctic lake. Geophys. Res Lett, 42:96-103, (2015)

Ball, B A, C R Tellez, and R A Virginia. Penquin activity influences soil biogeochemistry and soil respiration in rookeries on Ross Island, Antarctica. Polar Biology 38:1357-1368 (2015) DOI 10.1007/s00300-015-1699-7

Ball, B A and R A Virginia. Controls on diel CO2 flux across soil mositure gradients in a polar desert. Antarctic Science 27:527-534, doi: 10.1017/S0954102015000255 (2015)

Ball, B A and R A Virginia, The ecological role of moss in a polar desert: implications for aboveground- belowground and terrestrial- aquatic linkages. Polar Biology, 37 (2014), 651-664

Ball, B A and R A Virginia. Microbial biomass and respiration responses to nitrogen fertilization in a polar desert. Polar Biology 37 (2014):573-585

Collins, J. F., M. Sfraga, R. A. Virginia, and K. S. Yalowitz. 2013. A Euro-Atlantic Action Plan for Cooperation and Enhanced Arctic Security. Conference Report and Recommendations to the Arctic Council and Interested Parties. February 11-12, 2013, Carnegie Endowment of International Peace, Washington, D. C. and the University of the Arctic Institute for Applied Circumpolar Policy

Virginia, R. A. and D. H. Wall. Ecosystem Function, Principles of.  In: Levin, S. A. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, second edition, Volume 3 (2013), pp. 90-95, Academic Press: Waltham MA

Levy L, M A Kelly, J A Howley, and R A Virginia. Age of the Ørkendalen moraines, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland: Constraints on the extent of the southwestern margin of the Greenland Ice Sheet during the Holocene, Quaternary Science Reviews 52 (2012) 1-5

Holm, L K, L A Grenoble, and R A Virginia. A Praxis for Ethical Research and Scientific Conduct in Greenland, Études/Inuit/Studies 35 (2011) 187-200

Virginia, R A, An Ecosystem Approach to Mountain Resorts in Mountain Resorts: Law and Ecology.  J E Milne, J LaMense and R A Virginia (eds.) Ashgate Press, (2009) 24-38

Barrett, J E, R A Virginia, et al., Persistent effects of a discrete climate event on a polar desert ecosystem. Global Change Biology 14:10 (2008) 2249-2261

Chapin, F S III, M Berman, T V Callaghan, et al., “Polar Systems,” in Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Current State and Trends. The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Series, Vol. 1 , R Hassan, R Scholes and N Ash (eds.), (2005) 717-743

Brooks, R O, R T Jones, and R A Virginia. Law and Ecology: The Rise of the Ecosystem Regime. Ashgate Press (2002), 430pp.

Fountain, A. G., G. Saba, S. Stammerjohn, B. Adams, P. Doran, W. Fraser, M. Gooseff, M. Obryk, J. Priscu, and R. A. Virginia.The role of a large-scale climate event on Antarctic ecosystem processes. BioScience 66:848-863 (2016)

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D.G. Webster

D.G. Webster

Webster, D.G. In press. Beyond the Tragedy: Evolution and Sustainability in Global Fisheries Governance. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Webster, D.G. in press. The Action Cycle/Structural Context Framework: A Fisheries Application. Ecology & Society.

Roozmand, Omid and D.G. Webster. In press. Agent based modeling of consumer choice and aggregate demand: Maximizers vs Satisficers. International Journal of Agent Technologies and Systems.

Roozmand, Omid and D.G. Webster. 2014. Agent based modeling of consumer choice andaggregate demand: Maximizers vs. Satisficers. Agent-Directed Simulation Symposium Series 46 (1): 77-83.

Webster, D.G. 2013. International fisheries: Gauging the potential for multispecies management. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 3(2): 169-183.

Pendleton, L.H., P. King, C. Mohn, D.G. Webster, R. Vaughn, and P.N. Adams.  2012.  Estimating the Potential Economic Impacts of Climate Change on Southern California Beaches.  Climatic Change. 109:277-298.  DOI:10.1007/s10584-011-0309-0

Webster, D.G. 2011. “The irony and the exclusivity of Atlantic bluefin tuna management.” Marine Policy , 35:249-251.

Webster, D.G. 2010. Quasi-Property Rightsandthe Effectiveness of Atlantic Tuna Management. In Robin Allen, James Joseph, and Dale Squires, eds. Conservation and Management of Transnational Tuna Fisheries . Wiley: Boston. 321-332.

Adaptive Governance: The Dynamics of Atlantic Fisheries Management ,The MIT Press: Cambridge, MA (2009).

Webster, D G, “Leveraging Competitive Advantages: Developing Countries’ Role in International Fisheries Management,” Journal of Environment and Development , 16:1 (2007) 8-21.

Webster, D G, “The Marlin Conundrums: Turning the Tide for By-catch Species,” Bulletin of Marine Science , 79:3 (2006) 561-575.


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Elizabeth J. Wilson

Jennie C. Stephens, Elizabeth J. Wilson and Tarla Rai Peterson.  2015.  Smart Grid (R)evolution: Electric Power Struggles.  Cambridge University Press.

Lincoln L. Davies, Alexandra B. Klass, Hari M. Osofsky, Joseph P. Tomain and Elizabeth J. Wilson.  2014.  Energy Law and Policy.  West Academic Publishing.