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 Journal Articles in Refereed Publications

  1. Aswani, S., Christie, P., Muthigia, N., Mahon, R., Primavera, J., Cramer, L., Barbier, E., Granek, E., Kennedy, C., Wolanski, E., & Hacker, S. (2012). The way forward with ecosystem-based management in tropical contexts: Reconciling with existing management systems. Marine Policy, 36(1), 1-10. doi: 10.1016/j.marpol.2011.02.014
  2. Breyer, B., Chang, H., & Parandvash, H. (2012). Land-use, temperature, and single family residential water use patterns in Portland, Oregon and Phoenix, Arizona. Applied Geography, 35: 142-151. doi: 10.1016/j.apgeog.2012.06.012.
  3. Chang, H. & Lawler, K. (2011). Impacts of climate variability and change on water temperature in an urbanizing Oregon basin. In Water Quality: Current Trends and Expected Climate Change Impacts. International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication., 348: 123-128.
  4. Costanza, R., Kubiszewski, I., Ervin, D., Bluffstone, R., Boyd, J., Brown, D., Chang, H., Dujon, V., Granek, E., Polasky, S., Shandas, V., & Yeakley, A. (2011). Valuing ecological systems and services. F1000 Biology Reports, 3:14. (doi: 10.3410/B3-14)
  5. Dujon, V. (2010). Social sustainability and ecotourism: rethinking development for social and environmental well-being in the Caribbean. The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability. Vol. 6, no. 3: 181-192.
  6. Ervin, D., Brown, D., Chang, H., Dujon, V., Granek, E., Shandas, V., & Yeakley, A. (2012). Growing Cities Depend on Ecosystem Services. Solutions, Vol 2, No. 6. pp. 74-86. (http://www.thesolutionsjournal.com/node/1028).
  7. Ervin, D., Wu, J., Khanna, M., Jones, C. & Wirkkala, T. (2012). Motivations and Barriers to Corporate Environmental Management. Business Strategy and the Environment.  doi: 10.1002/bse.1752
  8. Granek, E. F., Polasky, S., Kappel, C. V., Reed, D. J., Stoms, D. M., Koch, E. W., Kennedy, C.J., Cramer, L. A., Hacker, S. D., Barbier, E. B., Aswani, S., Ruckelshaus, M., Perillo, G. M. E., Silliman, B. R., Muthiga, N., Bael, D. & Wolanski, E. (2010). Ecosystem services as a common language for coastal ecosystem-based management. Conservation Biology, 24:207216. (doi: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2009.01355.x)
  9. House-Peters, L. & Chang, H. (2011). Modeling the Impact of Land Use and Climate Change on Neighborhood-scale Evaporation and Nighttime Cooling: A Surface Energy Balance Approach. Landscape and Urban Planning, 103: 139-155. (doi: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2011.07.005)
  10. Praskievicz, S, & Chang, H. (2011). Impacts of climate change and urban development on water resources in the Tualatin River basin, Oregon. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101(2): 249-271.
  11. Pratt, B. & Chang, H. (2012). Effects of Land Cover, Topography, and Built Structure on Seasonal Water Quality at Multiple Spatial Scales. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 209/210: 48-58. doi: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2011.12.068
  12. Rodriguez del Rey, Z., Granek, E.F., & Sylvester, S. (2012). Occurrence and concentration of caffeine in Oregon’s coastal waters. Marine Pollution Bulletin 64. Issue 7: 1417-1424ISSN 0025-326X, doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2012.04.015.
  13. Ruttenberg, B., & Granek, F. (2011). Bridging the marine-terrestrial disconnect in coastal zone science and management. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 434: 203–212. (doi: 10.3354/meps09132)
  14. Coplen, A.*, & Cuneo, M. (2015). Print E-mail Dissolved: Lessons Learned from the Portland Multnomah Food Policy Council. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 1-17. doi:10.5304/jafscd.2015.052.002
  15. Glenna, L., Tooker, J., Welsh, J., & Ervin, D. (2015). Intellectual Property, Scientific Independence, and the Efficacy and Environmental Impacts of Genetically Engineered Crops. Rural Sociology. doi:10.1111/ruso.12062
  16. Goodling, E.*, Green, J.*, & McClintock, N. (2015). Uneven development of the sustainable city: shifting capital in Portland, Oregon. Urban Geography, 1-24. doi:10.1080/02723638.2015.1010791
  17. Hoyer, W., & Chang, H. (2014). Assessment of freshwater ecosystem services in the Tualatin and Yamhill basins under climate change and urbanization. Applied Geography, 53(9): 402-416. doi:10.1016/j.apgeog.2014.06.023
  18. Kline, J., Thiers, P., Ozawa, C., Yeakley, J.A., & Gordon, S. (2014). How well has land-use planning worked under different governance regimes? A case study in the Portland, OR-Vancouver, WA metropolitan area, USA. Landscape and Urban Planning, 131, 51-63. doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2014.07.013
  19. Netusil, N., Levin, Z., Shandas, V., & Hart, T. (2014). Valuing green infrastructure in Portland, Oregon. Landscape and Urban Planning, 124, 14-21. doi:10.1016/j.landurbplan.2014.01.002
  20. Psaris, M. & Chang, H. (2014). Assessing the impacts of climate change, urbanization, and filter strips on water quality using SWAT. International Journal of Geospatial and Environmental Research, 1(2) Article 1.
  21. Rao, M., George, L., Rosenstiel, T., Shandas, V., & Dinno, A. (2014). Assessing the relationship among urban trees, nitrogen dioxide, and respiratory health. Environmental Pollution, 194, 96-104. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2014.07.011
  22. Rozance, M.A.* & Rabotyagov, S. (2014). Washington State Forest Landowners: Who intends to develop and when? Journal of Forestry, 112(6): 572-580. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5849/jof.12-103
  23. Spoon, J. (2014). Everyday Buddhism and Environmental Decisions in the World's Highest Ecosystem. Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, 8(4), 429-459. doi:10.1558/jsrnc.v8i4.19062
  24. Spoon, J. (2014). Quantitative, qualitative, and collaborative methods: approaching indigenous ecological knowledge heterogeneity. Ecology and Society, 19(3). doi:10.5751/es-06549-190333
  25. Spoon, J., Arnold, R., Lefler, B., & Milton, C. (2015). Nuwuvi (Southern Paiute), Shifting Fire Regimes, and the Carpenter One Fire in the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area, Nevada. Journal of Ethnobiology, 35(1), 85-110. doi:10.2993/0278-0771-35.1.85
  26. Everett, G., Lamond, J.E., Morzillo, A.T., Matsler, A.M.*, & Chan, F.K.S. (2015). Delivering Green Streets: an exploration of changing perceptions and behaviours over time around bioswales in Portland, Oregon. Journal of Flood Risk Management. doi: 10.1111/jfr3.12225
  27. Freed, S.J., Granek, E.F., Dujon, V., & Mouhhidine, J. (2016). Enhancing small-scale fisheries management through community engagement and multi-community partnerships: Comoros Case Study. Journal of Marine Policy 63: 81-91. doi: 10.1016/j.marpol.2015.10.004
  28. Grabowski, Z. J.*, Watson, E., & Chang, H. (2016). Using spatially explicit indicators to investigate watershed characteristics and stream temperature relationships. Science of The Total Environment, 551, 376-386.
  29. Granek, E.F. & Peters, J.R. (2016). Long term exposure to fluoxetine reduces growth and reproductive potential in the dominant rocky intertidal mussel, Mytilus californianus. Science of the Total Environment, 545-546: 621-628.
  30. Goldsmith, K., Granek, E.F., & Lubitow, A. (2015). Information Needs Assessment for Coastal and Marine Management and Policy: Ecosystem services under changing climatic, land use, and demographic conditions. Environmental Management. doi:  10.1007/s00267-015-0576-z
  31. Hamilton, N.*, Tutkun, M., & Cal, R. (2016). Low-order representations of the canonical wind turbine array boundary layer via double proper orthogonal decomposition. Physics of Fluids, (1994-present) 28.2 (2016): 025103.
  32. Hayden, H., & Granek, E.F. (2015). Coastal sediment elevation change following anthropogenic mangrove clearing. Estuarine Coastal & Shelf Science, 165: 70-74.
  33. Jones, L., Norton, L., Austin, Z., Browne, A. L., Donovan, D., Emmett, B. A., Grabowski, Z.J.*, ... & Manley, W. (2016). Stocks and flows of natural and human-derived capital in ecosystem services. Land Use Policy, 52, 151-162.
  34. Kidd, S.A.*, & Yeakley, J.A. (2015). Riparian wetland plant response to livestock exclusion in the lower Columbia River basin. Natural Areas Journal, 35(4): 504-514. doi: 10.3375/043.035.0403
  35. Levkoe, C., McClintock, N., Minkoff-Zern, L., Coplen, A.*, Gaddis, J., & Lo, J. (2016). Commentary: Forging Links Between Food Chain Labor Activists and Academics. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 6(2), 1-14.
  36. Maas-Hebner, K.G., Harte, M.J., Molina, N., Hughes, R.M., Schreck, C., & Yeakley, J.A. (2015). Combining and aggregating environmental data for status and trends assessments: challenges and approaches. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 187(5): 278-295.
  37. Rozance, M.A.* & Zobrist, K. (2015). Forest Landowner Education Interests and Delivery Preferences: A Retrospective Look at Survey Results and Actual Participation. Journal of Extension, 53(5). http://www.joe.org/joe/2015october/a6.php
  38. Thorne, C. R., Lawson, E. C., Ozawa, C., Hamlin, S. L.*, & Smith, L. A. (2015). Overcoming uncertainty and barriers to adoption of Blue-Green Infrastructure for urban flood risk management. Journal of Flood Risk Management, n/a-n/a. doi: 10.1111/jfr3.12218

Articles in Non-Refereed Publications

  1. Lanier, A., Hillmann, L., & Manson, P.* (2012). Visual Resource Management System for the Oregon Territorial Sea. Salem, OR: Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development.
  2. Matsler, M.* (2012). An Exploratory Study of Current Restoration Worldviews in the Pacific Northwest. The Newsletter of the Society for Ecological Restoration Northwest. 
  3. Shandas, V.*, Steele, R., & Nelson, A. (2012). Tabor to the River Program: An evaluation of outreach efforts and opportunities for engaging residents in stormwater research (phase 2). Technical Report #102. Center for Urban Studies, Portland State University and the City of Portland.

Books

  1. International Student Taskforce (collaboratively written book). (2012) “Urban regions in the delta: Reflections on Science 2011-2012.” Report to the Delta Alliance, Published by Radboud Honours Program, Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands. URL: http://www.uni-due.de/imperia/md/content/wasserbau/paper_final_ru_honour...

Book Chapters

  1. Ervin, D. (2011). The Economics of Sustainable Business: Theory and Evidence. In Chakrabarti, A., Rachuri, S., Sarkar, P. & Kota, S. (Eds.), Designing Sustainable Products, Services and Manufacturing Systems (pp. 3-18). Singapore, Resource Publishing Services.
  2. Ervin, D. (2013). Voluntary resource conservation and environmental management in agriculture and forestry. Encyclopedia of Energy, Natural Resources and Environmental Economics, J. Shogren, editor, Elsevier. ISBN: 9780123750679
  3. Holmen (Kidd), S.*, Matsler, M.*, Mohammad, B.*, & Schoenen, J.* (2012). Chapter 3.1: Water. Urban Regions in the delta: Water, health, development. ed. International Student Taskforce, Noortje ter Berg. Nijmegen: Radboud Honours Academy. 33-37. URL: http://www.uni-due.de/imperia/md/content/wasserbau/paper_final_ru_honour...
  4. Holmen (Kidd), S.*, & Matsler, M.* (2012). Chapter 2.3: Ecosystem Services Concept. Urban Regions in the Delta: Water, health, development. ed. International Student Taskforce, Noortje ter Berg. Nijmegen: Radboud Honours Academy. 28-31. URL: http://www.uni-due.de/imperia/md/content/wasserbau/paper_final_ru_honour...
  5. Goodling, E.*, & Herrington, C. (2014). Reversing Complete Streets Disparities: Portland's Community Watershed Stewardship Program. In Zavestoski, S., Incomplete Streets: Processes, Practices, and Possibilities (1st ed., pp. 176-202). New York: Routledge. ISBN: 978-0-415-72586-6
  6. Kang, H., Chang, H., & Chung, M. (2015). Rapid land use changes and ecosystem services shift in coastal areas: A case study of Korea. In Martin-Ortega, J., Water Ecosystem Services: A Global Perspective (1st ed., p. 119). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 978-1-107-10037-4
  7. Matsler, M.* (2014). A Municipal Case Study: Portland, Oregon. In Nolan, J., Protecting the Local Environment Through Land Use Law: Standing Ground (1st ed., p. 291). Washington D.C.: Environmental Law Institute. ISBN:978-1-58576-171-5
  8. Shandas, V., Greybill, J., Flores-Scott, E., & Fyffe, J. (2015). Forces of Change in Doctoral Education: A perspective from four early career researchers. In Nerad, M., Globalization and Its Impacts on the Quality of PhD Education Forces and Forms in Doctoral Education Worldwide (1st ed., pp. 31-42). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. ISBN: 978-94-6209-569-4
  9. Kang, H., Chang, H., & Chung, M. (2015). Chapter 14: Rapid land use change impacts on coastal ecosystem services: A South Korean case study. In Martin-Ortega, J., Ferrier, R., Gordan, I, & Khan, S. (Eds.), Water Ecosystem Services: A Global Perspective (pp. 119-128). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 9781107100374.
  10. Manson, P.*, & Lanier, A. (2015). Managing the Visual Landscape of the Oregon Territorial Sea. In Wright, D.J., (Ed.), Ocean solutions, earth solutions (pp. 285–313). Redlands, California: ESRI Press. ISBN: 9781589483637
  11. van den Belt, M., Granek, E.F. Gaill, F., Halpern, B., & Thorndyke, M. (2016). Scientific understanding of ecosystem services. In Inniss, L. & Simcock, A. (Eds.), The first Global Integrated Marine Assessment, World Ocean Assessment I (pp.1-34). New York: United Nations.
  12. Yeakley, J.A., Ervin, D., Chang H., Granek, E, Dujon, V., Shandas, V., & Brown, D. (2016). Ecosystem services of streams and rivers.  In: Gilvear, D., Greenwood, M., Thoms, M., &  Wood, P. (Eds.) River Science: Research & Applications for the 21st Century, (pp. 335-352). United Kingdom: Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN: 978-1-119-99434-3

Conference Publications

  1. Ervin, D. & Taylor, M. (2011, January). Contributed paper, A Genuine Metric for Assessing Business Sustainability. International Congress on Sustainability Science and Engineering, Tucson, AZ.
  2. Ervin, D. (2011, June). Contributed paper, A Genuine Metric for Assessing Business Sustainability. U.S. Society of Ecological Economics, East Lansing, MI.
  3. Thayer, J.; Ervin, D. (2010, August). "Developing a practical approach to measuring sustainability for the proceedings of the 2010 IEEE society spring conference,"  2010 IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering (CASE), vol., no., pp.162-167, 21-24. (doi: 10.1109/COASE.2010.5584455)
    URL: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=5584455&isnumber...

Conference Presentations

  1. Anthony, T., Chang, H., & Hoyer, W. (2012, August). A site scale methodology to complement in InVEST biodiversity modeling in the Willamette Valley.  Poster presentation at Ecosystem Services Partnership Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  2. Chang, H. Hoyer, W., & Psaris, M. (2012, August). Climate change and shift in water-related ecosystem services. Oral presentation at Joint Conference on Geography, Changchun, China.
  3. Chang, H., Hoyer, W., Psaris, M., Steele, M., Ervin, D., Anthony, T., Lyons, K., Cochran, B., Lambrinos, J., Winfield, T., Daily, G., Sharma, M. & Nelson, E. (2012, September). Assessing the impacts of climate change and urban development on water-related ecosystem services across multiple spatial scales. Oral presentation at Hydropredict 2012, Vienna, Austria.
  4. Chang, H. & Ervin, D. (2011, March). Climate Variability Effects on Ecosystem Services: Adaptation and Mitigation. Natural Resources Conservation Service and Farm Foundation Agricultural Landscapes Forum, Portland, OR.
  5. Chang, H. (2011, February). Climate change, land development, and water resources in urbanizing areas. Association of American Geographers, New York, NY.
  6. Chang, H., Steele, M., Anthony, T., Ervin, D., Lambrinos, J., Ennaanay D., Sharma, M., Daily, G., & Nelson, E. (2011, September). Combined impacts of climate change and urbanization on ecosystem services in a metropolitan fringe. Pacific Northwest Climate Science Conference, Seattle, WA.
  7. Chang, H., Steele, M. Anthony, T., Ennaanay D., & Sharma, M. (2011, July). Potential Impacts of climate change on hydrologic ecosystem services in the metropolitan fringe. International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics General Assembly, Melbourne, Australia.
  8. Chang, H. & Lawler, K. (2010, June). Impacts of climate variability and change on water temperature in an urbanizing Oregon basin. PNW Climate Conference, Portland, OR.
  9. Dujon, V., Giancatario, A., Smock, K., Tillman, T., & Brennan, E. M. (2012, October). Social sustainability in EcoDistricts: Best practices in tools and methods for prioritizing equity outcomes. Oral presentation at EcoDistricts Summit, Portland, Oregon.
  10. Ervin, D. (2012, August). Rural and urban ecosystem services: Substitutes or complements? Accepted presentation at Ecosystem Services Partnership Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  11. Ervin, D. (2012, December). The economics of business sustainability. Invited presentation at Northwest Environmental Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  12. Ervin, D. (2011, November). Business Motivations for Voluntary Environmental Management. Northwest Environmental Business Council, Portland, OR.
  13. Ervin, D., Harbron, G., & Shandas, V. (2011, June). Teaching Values: Ecosystem Services as a Tool for Fostering Interdisciplinary Pedagogy. U.S. Society for Ecological Economics, East Lansing, MI.
  14. Granek, E. & Ruckelshaus, M. (2010, March). Ecosystem services as a common language for coastal management: A case study of the Puget Sound Partnership. Resilience 2011: 2nd International Science and Policy Conference, Tempe, AZ.
  15. Holmen (Kidd), S.*, Matsler, M.*, Mohammad, B.*, Schoenen, J.*, Cowan, K., & Yeakley, A. (2012, July). Water, health, and economy: An integrated ecosystem services approach to sustainable development in urbanizing deltas: Portland State University Contribution to Radboud Honours Academy International Taskforce Project. Poster presentation at Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  16. Holmen, S.*, Matsler, M.*, Mohammad, B.*, Schoenen*, J., Cowan, K., & Yeakley, A. (2012, March). Urbanizing delta regions: balancing water, health, and economy. Solutions Seminar Series: Ecosystem Services, Portland, OR.  
  17. Holmen, S.*, Matsler, M. *, Mohammad, B.*, Schoenen, J.*, Cowan, K., & Yeakley, A. (2012, April). Urbanizing delta regions: balancing water, health, and economy. Radboud Spring School International Workshop, Portland, OR.  
  18. Hoyer, W. & Chang, H. (2012, August). Modeling possible shifts in ecosystem services supplies for Tualatin and Yamhill basins, Oregon, USA: A scenario based approach. Poster presentation at Ecosystem Services Partnership Conference, Portland, Oregon. 
  19. Jones L., Norton L., Howard D.C., Stevens C.J., Morris C., Donovan, D., Short C., Browne, A.L., Manley, W., Austin, Z., Grabowski, Z.J.*, Storkey, J., Kenter, J.O., Willis, G.F., & Siriwardena, G.M. (2013, March). Scale dependence of stocks and flows in valuation of ecosystem services. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the Valuing Nature Network, London, UK.
  20. Kidd, S.* (2012, December). Applying ecosystem services to tribal wetland resource management. Oral presentation and part of an Organized Session at A Community on Ecosystem Services (ACES) Conference 2012: Ecosystem Services Version 3.0: Valuation to Governance in Action, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
  21. Kidd, S.* (2013, March). Modeling restoration trajectories of oligohaline tidal wetland ecosystem services in the Pacific Northwest: A study of Young's Bay tidal reconnection projects. Poster presentation at Northwest Science Association Conference, Portland, Oregon.  
  22. Manson, P.* (2012, December). Political processes and ecosystem services on the ocean. Moderator and Presenter at A Community on Ecosystem Services (ACES) Conference 2012: Ecosystem Services Version 3.0: Valuation to Governance in Action, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
  23. Manson, P.* (2012, December). Public involvement, values and participation in ecosystem services values. Oral presentation at A Community on Ecosystem Services (ACES) Conference 2012: Ecosystem Services and Land Use Policy, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
  24. Manson, P.* (2012, July). Bayesian network decision support for multiple models and experts: New methods to mediate contested science for ecosystem services. Poster presentation at Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  25. Manson, P.* (2012, October). Ecosystem Services and Civic Capacity for Resilience. Oral presentation at Oregon Citizen Disaster Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  26. Manson, P. * (2011, October). Ocean renewable energy and decision making. Oregon and Washington American Planning Association Meeting. Portland, OR.
  27. Manson, P. * (2012, April). Coastal community resilience. National American Planning Association Meeting, Los Angeles, CA.
  28. Matsler, M.* (2012, December). Perceptions of supporting ecosystem services at the local level: A case study of Portland's green infrastructure. Oral presentation and part of an Organized Session at A Community on Ecosystem Services (ACES) Conference 2012: Ecosystem Services Version 3.0: Valuation to Governance in Action, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
  29. Meinhold, J., Dujon, V., & Brennan, E. (2012, January). Social equity and environmental health for sustainable cities: A search for solutions in Portland, Oregon. Oral presentation at The Eighth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Vancouver, Canada.
  30. Netusil, N., Kincaid, M., & Chang, H. (2012, July). Valuing water quality in an urban watershed. Oral presentation at Western Economics Association International Annual Conference, San Francisco, California.
  31. Pratt, B.C., Chang, H., Yeakley, J., Netusil, N., Harrison, J., Theirs, P., Bollens, S., & Rollwagen-Bollens, G., (2011, April). Effects of land use and governance on water quality in Portland and Vancouver metropolitan area. Association of American Geographers, Seattle, WA.
  32. Psaris, M., Hoyer, W., Chang, H., Winfield, T., & Lambrinos, J. (2012, December). Hydrologic modeling of urbanizing Oregon basin for water-related ecosystem service assessment using SWAT. Oral presentation at American Geophysical Union Conference, San Francisco, California.
  33. Schoenen, J.* (2012, December). Ecosystem services: Moving from strategic plan to actionable impacts. Oral presentation and part of an Organized Session at A Community on Ecosystem Services (ACES) Conference 2012: Ecosystem Services Version 3.0: Valuation to Governance in Action, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
  34. Schoenen, J.*, Manson, P.*, Mohammad, B.*, & Watters, R.* (2012, August).  Forest Invest: An integrated approach to ecological, economic, and social resiliency in the Willamette National Forest and Sweet Home, Oregon. Oral presentation at National Forest Foundation's Barrett Foundation Prize -- Innovation in Forest Management Business Plan Challenge, Portland, Oregon.
  35. Shandas V., & Ervin D. (2012, August). Teaching Values: Fostering transdisciplinary education through ecosystem services. Oral presentation at Ecosystem Services Partnership (ESP) Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  36. Shandas, V. (2012, August). Humanizing the Pixel: Expanding and deepening the participatory process through online mapping. Poster presentation at Public Participation in Scientific Research, Portland, Oregon.
  37. Shandas, V., Ervin E., Yeakley A., Granek E., Dujon V., & Chang H. (2013, February). Ecosystem Services in Urbanizing Regions. Oral presentation at Uncommon Dialogues on Ecosystem Services and Urbanization, Stanford, California.
  38. Shandas, V. * (2011, October). Climate Justice: Assessing the spatial distribution of urban heat islands on populations living in the United States. Associated Collegiate Schools of Planning, Salt Lake City, UT.
  39. Shandas, V. * (2012, February). Assessing Urban Ecosystem Services: An exploration of cultural and aesthetic integration into valuation methods. EcoTrust, Portland, OR.
  40. Schoenen, J. * (2012, March).  An integrated approach to economic and ecological resiliency: The Willamette National Forest and Sweet Home, Oregon. United States Forest Service IDT Workshop, Sweet Home, OR.
  41. Schoenen, J. * (2012, April).  Biophysical aspects of forestry management changes related to watershed functions.  NW Environmental Forum, Seattle, WA.
  42. Shoemaker, D. A.*, BenDor, T. & Meentemeyer, R. K. (2013, April). The Roots That Bind: A Spatial Analysis of Forest Persistence and Woodland Owner Values at the Urban Frontier. Oral presentation at US-IALE Annual Symposium, Austin, Texas.
  43. Steele, M., Chang, H. & Jung, I.-W. (2011, April). Potential climate-induced changes in Pacific Northwest coastal watersheds. Association of American Geographers, Seattle, WA.
  44. Watters, R.* (2012, December). Lessons from Government-To-Government Consultation for Identifying Cultural Ecosystem Services. Oral presentation and part of an Organized Session at A Community on Ecosystem Services (ACES) Conference 2012: Ecosystem Services Version 3.0: Valuation to Governance in Action, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
  45. Yeakley, J.A. (2010, October). Urban and Rural-residential Land Use Effects on Salmonids in Oregon: Research Needs. Oregon Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Portland, OR.
  46. Chang, H., Hoyer, W., Psaris, M., & Barso, S. (2104, May). Ecosystem Services and Scale: A Geographical Approach. Oral presentation at the Institute for Sustainable Solutions Research to Action Symposium: Ecosystem Services, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.
  47. Chang, H. (2014, October). Managing Climate Extreme and Hydrologic Disasters, Impacts of Climate Change on Stream Temperature in the Pacific Northwest of USA. Oral presentation at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Climate Symposium, Nanjing, China.
  48. Chiapella, A., Strecker, A. (2014, June). An analysis of the cumulative mechanisms and factors contributing to PCB dynamics in food webs in high elevation lakes. Poster presentation at the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Portland, Oregon.
  49. Chiapella, A., Strecker, A. (2015, February). Macroinvertebrate Community Change Along An Elevation Gradient In Fishless Versus Fish-stocked Montane Lakes. Oral presentation at the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography Aquatic Science Meeting, Granada, Spain.
  50. Coplen, A.K.* (2014, October). The Missing Ingredient: The role of foodservice labor in fostering sustainable food systems. Oral presentation at the Institute for Sustainable Solutions Research to Action Symposium: Ecosystem Services, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.
  51. Coplen, A.K.* (2015, April). Transnational Feeding: Migration, Foodservice and the Commodification of Reproductive Labor. Oral presentation at the International Geographic Union Commission Gendered Rights to the City: Intersections of Identity and Power, Feminist Geography Conference (Pre-AAG IGU Gender and Geography Commission Conference), Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  52. Coplen, A.K.* (2015, April). Labor/workers across the food chain: Building collaborations between activists and academics. Oral presentation at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
  53. Denton, A.* (2014, October). Transitioning Lands: Understanding Landowner Choice in Rapidly Urbanizing Regions. Oral presentation at the Institute for Sustainable Solutions Research to Action Symposium: Ecosystem Services, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.
  54. Denton, A.* Rozance, M.A.* (2015, April). Transitioning Lands: Understanding Landowner Choice in Rapidly Urbanizing Regions. Oral presentation at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
  55. Ervin, D. (2014, September). Community-Based Approaches to Manage Herbicide Resistant Weeds. Oral presentation at the Herbicide Resistance Summit II, Washington, DC.
  56. Ervin, D. (2014, December). Ecosystem Service Valuation to Inform Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Decisions. Panel presentation and town hall session at the A Community on Ecosystem Services: Linking Science, Practice and Decision Making Conference, Washington, DC.
  57. Ervin, D. (2014, December). Principles to Guide Assessments of Ecosystem Service Values. Oral presentation and Session Chair at the A Community on Ecosystem Services: Linking Science, Practice and Decision Making Conference, Washington, DC.
  58. Ervin, D., & Frisvold, G. (2015, February). Community-Based Approaches to Manage Herbicide Resistance. Oral presentation at the Weed Science Society of America Annual Meeting, Lexington, Kentucky.
  59. Ervin, D. (2015, March). Common Pool Resource Challenges in Managing Herbicide Resistance. Oral presentation at the 8th International Integrated Pest Management Symposium, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  60. Goodling, E.* (2014, October). Radical Incrementalism in Portland, Oregon? Oral presentation at the Radical Incrementalism and Theories/Practices of Emancipatory Change Workshop, African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town, South Africa.
  61. Goodling, E.* (2014, November). Oppositional Community Development and Radical Incrementalism: A Research Framework. Oral presentation at the Critical Geography Mini-Conference, Simon Frasier University, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  62. Grabowski, Z.*, Janjua, S., & Chang, H. (2014, May). Blue, Green, Grey and Beyond: Challenges and Opportunities for Comparative Urban Ecohydrology, A Portland Metro Case Study. Oral presentation at the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Portland, Oregon.
  63. Granek, E., & Goldsmith, K. (2014, May). Information needs assessment for coastal and marine management and policy in the Pacific Northwest (INACaMMP): Ecosystem services under changing climatic, land use, and demographic conditions. Oral presentation at the Institute for Sustainable Solutions Research to Action Symposium: Ecosystem Services, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.
  64. Hamlin, S.H.*, Chang, H., & Ervin, D. (2014, October). Agricultural and Residential Land Values in Washington County, Oregon: A Spatial Hedonic Analysis. Oral presentation at the Institute for Sustainable Solutions Research to Action Symposium: Ecosystem Services, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon.
  65. Hamlin, S.H.*, Evers, C.*, Chang, H., & Ervin, D. (2015, April). Agricultural and Residential Land Values in Washington County, Oregon: A Spatial Hedonic Analysis. Oral presentation at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
  66. Hayden, H. & Granek, E. (2014, April). Factors impacting  regeneration of and coastal  protection by Rhizophora mangle. Poster presentation at the 2nd International Mangroves as Fish Habitat Symposium, Mazatlan, Mexico.
  67. Malone, M.* & Denton, A.* (2015, April). An Environmental and Social History of Youngs Bay, Oregon. Oral presentation at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
  68. Manson, P.* (2014, September). Power, Meaning and Mapping: Semiotics of Participatory Geographical Information Systems. Oral presentation and panel discussion at the Society for the Social Study of Science Annual Meeting, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  69. Manson, P.* (2014, December). Understanding Uncertainty: Lessons from the Real World. Panel organizer and moderator at the A Community on Ecosystem Services: Linking Science, Practice and Decision Making Conference, Washington, DC.
  70. Prichard, E. & Granek, E. (2014, November). Concentrations and effects of emerging contaminants in marine invertebrates. Oral presentation at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Western Society of Naturalists, Tacoma, Washington.
  71. Rozance, M.A.*, Denham, D.*, and Kidd, S.* (2015, April). Planning and Practice in the Restoration Economy. Oral presentation at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
  72. Walsh Reddy, S., Currie, R., Guertin, F., Erhardt, M., Koloszar, J., Manson, P.*, Halsey, K., Halsey, K., Uhlhorn, E., Molnar, J., North, J., South, J. (2014, December). Supporting Businesses to Value Nature at a Site: ESII Tool (Ecosystem Services Identification and Inventory Tool). Poster presentation at the A Community on Ecosystem Services: Linking Science, Practice and Decision Making Conference, Washington, DC.
  73. van Diepen Hedayat, A.* (2015, March). Beyond Description: Applying Environmental Vulnerability Assessment to Urban Planning in Portland, OR. Panel presentation at the Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  74. Yeakley, J.A. (2015, March). Bioretention performance in planter boxes and bioswales across varying seasons in Portland, Oregon, USA. Oral presentation at the American Association of Water Works Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon.
  75. Chang, H. (2016, March). Living with uncertainty: Coevolution of human-water systems in urban streams. Oral presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, San Francisco, California.
  76. Chang, H. (2015, October). Coupled human-water system in urban areas of the western United States. Oral presentation at the Northwest Regional Conference 2015, Boise, Idaho.
  77. Chiapella, A., Strecker, A., & Eagles-Smith, C. (2015, August). Food Matters: Are contaminant levels influenced by food availability in mountain lakes? Oral presentation at the American Fisheries Society, Portland, Oregon.
  78. Coplen, A.* (2016, March). Organizing Labor and Social Reproduction in Portland’s Farm-to-Table Economy. Oral presentation at the Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.
  79. Denham, D.*,  Coplen, A.*, Mahmoudi, D., & McClintock, N. (2016, March). Subsidizing Contradiction: Situating Urban Agriculture within Neighborhood Change, Gentrification and Displacement. Paper presentation at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.
  80. Denham, D.*, Rozance, M.A.*, Luintel, H., Scheller, R., & Luintel, B. (2016, March). From Conservation to Income-generation: Equity and Community Forestry in Nepal. Paper presentation at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.
  81. Denham, D.* (2015, June). Beyond Economics: Discourse and Interests in Ecosystem Services. Panel participant with P. Manson*, M.A. Rozance*, D. Besser at the International Symposium on Society and Resource Management Conference, Charleston, South Carolina.
  82. Denham, D.* (2015, March). Ten years of payments for ecosystem services and indigenous community conserved areas evaluated by community forest owners in Mexico. Paper presentation at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.
  83. Denton, A.* (2016, March). Voices for environmental action? Analyzing the representativeness and accountability of narrative in environmental governance networks in the Pacific Islands. Poster presentation at the International Studies Association Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
  84. Denton, A.* (2016, February). Spotted owl vs. barred owl: A Narrative Policy Framework analysis of the biopolitics of conservation. Oral presentation at the Dimensions of Political Ecology Conference, Lexington, Kentucky.
  85. Denton, A.* (2015, December). Evaluating the Role of Commitment and Narrative in Transnational Environmental Governance Networks in the Pacific Islands. Oral presentation at the Conference on Earth Systems Governance, Canberra, Australia.
  86. Denton, A.* (2015, November). Regional Environmental Governance in the Pacific: The Emergence of Discursive Networks. Oral presentation at the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action, Chicago, Illinois.
  87. Denton, A.* (2015, June). Evaluating Collective Action in the Pacific Islands Through Commitment to Narrative-Networks. Oral presentation at the Political Networks Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  88. Evers, C.*, Ager, A., Nielsen-Pincus, M., & Chaudhry, Z. (2016, April). New Approaches for Mapping the Wicked Problem of Wildfire. Oral presentation at the Fifth International Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  89. Evers, C.*, Ager, A., & Nielsen-Pincus, M. (2015, April). Impact of federal fuels treatments on community firesheds in the Deschutes National Forest. Oral presentation at the International Association of Wildland Fire Conference on Human Dimensions in Safety and Wildland Fire, Boise, Idaho.
  90. Goodling, E.* (2016, March). Grassroots Resistance in the Sustainable City: Constructing a People's History of the Portland Harbor. Oral presentation at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.
  91. Grabowski, Z.J.*, Matlser, A.M.*, Denton, A.*, Rozance, M.A.*, & Kidd, S.* (2016, April). Re-imagining and re-creating Rivers within Political, Financial, Ecological, Social and Technological Systems (P)FESTS. Oral presentation at the 2016 Society for Ecological Restoration, NW Chapter Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  92. Granek, E.F., Conn, K., Nilsen, E., Pillsbury, L., Strecker, A., Fish, B., & Rumrill, S. (2015, November). Spatial and temporal variability in contaminants in Oregon’s native oysters and their estuarine sediments. Oral presentation at the 2015 Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation Meeting, Portland, Oregon.
  93. Hamilton, N.*, Tutkun, M., & Cal, R. (2015, November). Low-order representations of a wind turbine array boundary layer via double POD. Oral presentation at the American Physical Society-Division of Fluid Dynamics, 68th, Boston, Massachusetts.
  94. Hamlin, S. L.* (2015, October). Municipal incentives for floodplain protection and the origin of the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. Paper presentation at the Canada & United States Societies for Ecological Economics: 2015 Joint Biennial Conference: Pathways for Change: Towards a Just and Sustainable Economy, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  95. Kidd, S.*, & Yeakley, J.A. (2015, August). Ecosystem Recovery in Oligohaline Tidal Wetland Reconnection Restoration Projects. Oral presentation at the Society for Ecological Restoration World Conference, Manchester, United Kingdom.
  96. Kidd, S.*, & Yeakley, J.A. (2015, November). Ecosystem Recovery in Oligohaline Tidal Wetland Reconnection Restoration Projects. Poster presentation at the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  97. Kidd, S.*, & Yeakley, J.A. (2015, November). Ecosystem Recovery in Oligohaline Tidal Wetland Reconnection Restoration Projects. Poster presentation at the Portland State University School of the Environment Research Symposium, Portland, Oregon.
  98. Kidd, S.*, & Yeakley, J.A. (2016, April). Restored Oligohaline Tidal Wetland Seed Bank Response to Changes in Tidal Flooding and Salinity. Oral presentation at the Society for Ecological Restoration Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  99. Kidd, S.*, & Yeakley, J.A. (2016, May). Restored Oligohaline Tidal Wetland Seed Bank Response to Changes in Tidal Flooding and Salinity. Oral presentation at the Columbia River Estuary Conference, Astoria, Oregon.
  100. Marron, B.* (2016, April). Listening to the Landscape. Oral presentation at the US Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology 2016 Annual Meeting, Asheville, North Carolina.
  101. Matsler, M.*, & Kidd, S.* (2015, August). An Exploratory Study of Current Restoration Worldviews Q-Sort at the SER World Conference. Oral presentation at the Society for Ecological Restoration World Conference, Manchester, United Kingdom.
  102. Matsler, M.*, & Kidd, S.* (2016, April). The Unified Voice of Restoration? Exploring the influence of restoration worldviews in practice. Oral presentation at the Society for Ecological Restoration NorthWest Regional Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  103. Matsler, M.*, & Kidd, S.* (2015, June). Approaches to Ecological Restoration: Using Q-methodology to Explore Scientific Worldviews in Practice. Oral presentation at the Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences Annual Meeting, San Diego, California.
  104. Matsler, M.*, & Kunec-North, M. (2016, February). Valuing Green Infrastructure: The City of Portland’s emerging Green Infrastructure Asset Management Process. Oral presentation at the Portland Climate Action Collaborative Symposium, City of Portland, Portland, Oregon.
  105. Matsler, M.*, & Looper, E.* (2016, March). Making green fit in a grey city: the invisible work of standards of nature in changing institutions and ecosystems in Portland. Oral presentation at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.
  106. Nielsen-Pincus, M., Ager, A., Evers, C.*, & Paveglio, T. (2016, April). Coupling human and biophysical dimensions of wildfire to better understand wildfire risk mitigation: Results from Key Informant Surveys and Biophysical Risk Analysis. Oral presentation at the Fifth International Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  107. Rasmussen, Z.* (2016, February). Clickable coyotes: The efficacy of online education for proactive wildlife management. Oral presentation at the Urban Ecology Research Consortium, Portland, Oregon.
  108. Rasmussen, Z.* (2016, March). Reducing human-coyote conflict with citizen science. Oral presentation at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.
  109. Rozance, M.A.*, Denham, D.*, & Kidd, S.* (2016, April). Political Dimensions of Wetland Restoration: Insights for Planning and Practice. Oral presentation at the Society of Ecological Restoration Pacific Northwest Regional Conference, Portland, Oregon.
  110. Talberth, J., Weisdorf, M.*, & Campbell, E. (2015, October). GPI 2.0 Pilot Accounts for the U.S., Maryland, and City of Baltimore. Oral presentation at the 2015 Joint Biennial Meeting of the Canadian and United States Societies for Ecological Economics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
  111. Thorne, C. R., Everett, G. E., Lawson, E. C., Lamond, J. E., Ozawa, C., Morzillo, A. T., Hamlin, S.L.*, Matsler, A.M.*, Smith, L.A., & Chan, F. K. S. (2015, May). Delivering Blue-Green Infrastructure (BGI): An exploration of barriers and uncertainties surrounding the city-wide implementation of BGI facilities. Paper presentation at the First Annual Johnson Creek Science Symposium, Portland, Oregon.
  112. Yeakley, J.A. (2015, April). Governance and environmental quality in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan region. Invited oral presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Chicago, Illinois.
  113. Yeakley, J.A. (2015, June). Research findings from the ULTRA-Ex and Clean Water for All programs.  Keynote at the Blue-Green Cities: Integrated Approaches to Urban Water and Flood Risk Management Symposium, Ningbo, China.
  114. Yeakley, J.A. (2015, June). Urban riparian areas, can effective municipal governance stem the losses and degradation of these valuable greenspaces as cities grow? Contributed oral presentation at the Blue-Green Cities: Integrated Approaches to Urban Water and Flood Risk Management Symposium, Ningbo, China.