Selected Publications by Faculty and Graduate Students associated with Environment-Society Relations
Boykoff, M. T. (2013). Public Enemy No. 1? Understanding Media Representations of Outlier Views on Climate Change. American Behavioral Scientist.
Boykoff, M. T. and S. K. Olson. (2013). 'Wise contrarians’: A keystone species in contemporary climate science, politics and policy. Celebrity Studies 4 (3) 276-291.
Boykoff, M. T. and T. Yulsman. (2013). Political economy, media, and climate change: Sinews of modern life. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change.
Boykoff, M. T., A. Ghosh, and K. Venkateswaran. (2013). Media Coverage of Discourse on Adaptation: Competing Visions of 'Success' in the Indian Context . Successful Adaptation to Climate Change, Ed. S. Moser and M. Boykoff, 237-252, Routledge, isbn: 978-0-415-52500-8.
Moser, S. C. and M. T. Boykoff. (2013). Climate Change and Adaptation Success: The Scope of the Challenge . Successful Adaptation to Climate Change, Ed. S. Moser and M. Boykoff, 1-33, Routledge, isbn: 978-0-415-52500-8.
Goldman, M.J. (2011). Strangers in their own land: Maasai and wildlife conservation in northern Tanzania. Conservation and Society 9(1):65-79.
Goldman, M.J., P. Nadasdy, and M.D. Turner, eds. (2011). Knowing Nature: Conversations at the intersection of political ecology and science studies. Chicago: University of Chicago University Press .
Goldman, M.J., J. Roque de Pinho and J. Perry. (2010). Maintaining complex relations with large cats: Maasai and Lions in Kenya and Tanzania. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 15 (5), 332-246 .
Goldman, M. (2009). Constructing Connectivity? Conservation corridors and conservation politics in East African rangelands. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 99 (2):335-359
Goldman, M. (2007). Tracking wildebeest, locating knowledge: Maasai and conservation biology understandings of wildebeest behavior in Northern Tanzania. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 25: 307-331.
Krasnow, K. T. Schoennagel, T.T. Veblen. (2009). Forest fuel mapping and validation of LANDFIRE fuel maps in Boulder County, Colorado. Forest Ecology and Management. 257: 1603- 1612.
Schoennagel, T., C.R. Nelson, D.M. Theobald, G. Carnwath, T.B. Chapman. (2009). Schoennagel, T., C.R. Nelson, D.M. Theobald, G. Carnwath, T.B. Chapman. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. In press.
Nelson, C.R., Schoennagel T., and E. Gregory. (2008). Opportunities for academic training in the science and practice of restoration within the United States and Canada. Restoration Ecology 16(2): 125-230.
Schoennagel, T., E.A. Smithwick, M.G. Turner. (2008). Landscape heterogeneity following large fires: Insights from Yellowstone National Park, USA. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 17: 742-753.
Schoennagel, T., T.T. Veblen, D. Kulakowski, and A. Holz. (2007). Multidecadal climate variability and interactions among Pacific and Atlantic sea surface temperature anomalies affect subalpine fire occurrence, western Colorado (USA). Ecology 88(11): 2891-2902.
Yeh, Emily T. (2013). Blazing pelts and burning passions: Nationalism,
cultural politics and spectacular decommodification in Tibet. Journal of Asian Studies. 72(2): 319-334.
Yeh, Emily T. (2013). Taming Tibet: Landscape Transformation and the Gift of Chinese Development. Cornell University Press.
Yeh, Emily T. and Kunga T. Lama. (2013). Following the caterpillar fungus: Nature,commodity chains and the place of Tibet in China's uneven geographies. Social & Cultural Geography 14(3):318-340.
Yeh, Emily T. (2012). Transnational environmentalism and entanglements of
sovereignty: The tiger campaign across the Himalayas. Political Geography 31:418-428
Yeh, Emily T. and Chris Coggins, editors. (in press). Mapping Shangrila: Nature, Personhood and Polity in the Sino-Tibetan Borderlands. University of Washington Press.