Carbone, J. C. and V. K. Smith. In press. Valuing nature in a general equilibrium. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management. (link)
Hamilton, G. A. and H. E. Hartnett. In press. Soot black carbon concentration and isotopic composition in soils from an arid urban ecosystem. Organic Geochemistry. (link)
Kaplan, S. and S. W. Myint. In press. Estimating agricultural water use through Landsat TM and a simplified surface energy balance modeling in the semi-arid environments of Arizona. Photogrammatic Engineering and Remote Sensing.
Kuminoff, N. V., V. K. Smith and C. Timmins. In press. The new economics of equilibrium sorting and policy evaluation using housing markets. Journal of Economics Literature.
Martin, C. A. and J. C. Stutz. In press. Tree health in Phoenix. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry.
Myint, S. W., C. S. Galletti, K. Won and S. Kaplan. In press. Object versus pixel: A systmatic evaluation in urban environments. Geocarta International.
Romolini, M., R. Garvoille, S. Geiger, Y. Marusenko and S. Record. In press. The next generation of scientists: Examining the experiences of graduate students in network-level socio-ecological science. Ecology and Society.
Abbott, J. K. and H. A. Klaiber. In review. The value of water as an urban club good: A matching approach to HOA-provided lakes. Journal of Environmental Economics and Management.
Beebe, S. R., A. Switalski, H. L. Bateman and K. D. Hristovski. In review. Urban burrowing owl habitat associations in the southwest U.S.. Western Birds.
Declet-Barreto, J., A. J. Brazel, W. T. Chow, C. A. Martin and S. L. Harlan. In review. Creating the park cool island in an arid city urban neighborhood: Vegetation and extreme heat in Phoenix, Arizona. Urban Ecosystems.
Edmonds, J. W. and N. B. Grimm. In review. Terrestrial-aquatic linkages in a desert stream. Journal of the North American Benthological Society.
Fokidis, H. B., R. Sparr, K. Sweazea and P. Deviche. In review. Modeling metabolic changes during the avian acute stress response using path analysis. Hormone and Metabolic Research.
Groffman, P. M., R. V. Pouyat, J. Cavender-Bares, N. C. Bettez, J. M. Grove, S. J. Hall, J. Heffernan, S. Hobbie, K. L. Larson, J. L. Morse, C. Neill, K. Nelson, J. Oneill-Dunne, L. Ogden, D. E. Pataki, C. Polsky, R. Roy Chowdhury and M. K. Steele. In review. Ecological homogenization of urban America. Frontiers.
Johnson, J. C., L. Miles and P. Trubl. In review. Maternal effects on egg condition speed development but have no effect on spiderling cannibalism in the black widow spider (Latrodectus hesperus). Evolution.
Kitchen, K., M. C. Andrade and J. C. Johnson. In review. Age differences, family origin and maternal investment explain juvenile cannibalism in the black widow spider better than kin selection. Animal Behaviour.
Larson, E. K. and C. Perrings. In review. The value of water-related amenities in an arid city: The case of the Phoenix metropolitan area. Landscape and Urban Planning.
Larson, K. L. and J. Brumand. In review. Paradoxes in landscape management and water conservation: Examining neighborhood norms and institutional forces. Cities and the Environment.
Lewis, D. B., J. D. Schade and N. B. Grimm. In review. Islands of soil fertility, urbanization, and cross-scale interactions in a desert landscape. Ecological Complexity.
Maliszewski, P. J., E. K. Larson and C. Perrings. In review. Valuing the reliability of electrical power infrastructure: A two stage hedonic approach. Energy Economics.
Musacchio, L. and J. Wu. In review. Developing synchronicity in urban ecology as sustainability science: Linking ecology, design, and planning. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
Ruddell, D. In review. Extreme heat in Phoenix, AZ: A mixed method multi-scale analysis. Population and Environment.
Steele, M. K., J. B. Heffernan, N. Bettez, C. Buyarski, J. Cavender-Bares, L. Darling, P. M. Groffman, J. M. Grove, S. J. Hall, S. Hobbie, K. L. Larson, J. Learned, J. Morse, C. Neill, J. Oneill-Dunne, K. Nelson, L. Ogden, D. E. Pataki and R. Roy Chowdhury. In review. Convergent surface water distributions in U.S. cities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA).
York, A. M., C. Clark, A. Wutich and S. L. Harlan. In review. What determines public support for development impact fees?. Land Use Policy.
York, A. M., S. N. Conley and J. Helepololei. In review. In land we trust: One hundred years of direct democracy on state trust land. State Politics and Policy.
Connors, J. P., C. S. Galletti and W. T. Chow. 2013. Landscape configuration and urban heat island effects: Assessing the relationship between landscape characteristics and land surface temperature in Phoenix, Arizona. Landscape Ecology 28:271-283. (link)
Davies, S., N. S. Rodriguez, K. L. Sweazea and P. Deviche. 2013. The effect of acute stress and long-term corticosteroid administration on plasma metabolites in an urban and desert songbird. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 86:47-60. (link)
Marusenko, Y., D. P. Huber and S. J. Hall. 2013. Fungi mediate nitrous oxide production but not ammonia oxidation in aridland soils of the southwestern US. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 63:24-36. (link)
Ruddell, D., D. Hoffman, O. Ahmad and A. Brazel. 2013. Historical threshold temperatures for Phoenix (urban) and Gila Bend (desert), central Arizona, USA. Climate Research 55:201-215. (link)
Ackley, J. and J. Wu. 2012. Watering grass in the desert: Can a Phoenix change its color?. CityGreen 5:Art. 11.
Bang, C., S. H. Faeth and J. L. Sabo. 2012. Control of arthropod abundances, richness and composition in a heterogeneous desert city. Ecological Monographs 82:85-100. (link)
Banville, M. J. and H. L. Bateman. 2012. Urban and wildland herpetofauna communities and riparian microhabitats along the Salt River, Arizona. Urban Ecosystems 15:473-488. (link)
Boone, C. G., E. M. Cook, S. J. Hall, M. L. Nation, N. B. Grimm, C. B. Raish, D. M. Finch and A. M. York. 2012. A comparative gradient approach as a tool to understanding and managing urban ecosystems. Urban Ecosystems 15:795-807. (link)
Brumand, J. and K. L. Larson. 2012. Neighborhood norms and restrictions as drivers landscape management in Phoenix neighborhoods. The Triple Helix 8:36-39. (link)
Buyantuyev, A. and J. Wu. 2012. Urbanization diversifies land surface phenology in arid environments: Interactions among vegetation climatic variation, and land use pattern in the Phoenix metropolitan region, USA. Landscape and Urban Planning 105:149-159. (link)
Chow, W. T. and A. J. Brazel. 2012. Assessing xeriscaping as a sustainable heat island mitigation approach for a desert city. Building and Environment 47:170-181. (link)
Chow, W. T., D. Brennan and A. J. Brazel. 2012. Urban heat island research in Phoenix, Arizona: Theoretical contributions and policy applications. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 93:517-530. (link)
Chow, W. T., W. Chuang and P. Gober. 2012. Vulnerability to extreme heat in metropolitan Phoenix: Spatial, temporal and demographic dimensions. The Professional Geographer 64:286-302. (link)
Cook, E., S. J. Hall and K. Larson. 2012. Residential landscapes in an urban socio-ecological context: A synthesis of multi-scalar interactions between people and their home environment. Urban Ecosystems 15:19-52. (link)
Fokidis, H. B. and P. Deviche. 2012. Brain arginine vasotocin immunoreactivity differs between urban and desert Curve-billed Thrashers, Toxostoma curvirostre: Relationships with territoriality and stress physiology. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 79:84-97. (link)
Fokidis, H. B., M. B. des Roziers, R. Sparr, C. Rogowski, K. Sweazea and P. Deviche. 2012. Unpredictable food availability induces metabolic and hormonal changes independent of food intake in a sedentary songbird. Journal of Experimental Biology 215:2920-2930. (link)
Harris, E. M., C. Polsky, K. L. Larson, R. Garvoille, D. G. Martin, J. Brumand and L. Ogden. 2012. Heterogeneity in residential yard care: Evidence from Boston, Miami, and Phoenix. Human Ecology 40:735-749. (link)
Johnson, J. C., P. Trubl and L. S. Miles. 2012. Black widows in an urban desert: City-living compromises spider fecundity and egg investment despite urban prey abundance. The American Midland Naturalist 168:333-340. (link)
Jones, J. A., A. Covich, C. Dahm, N. Grimm, M. Williams, M. Benson, E. Boose, W. Brown, J. Campbell, D. Clow, I. Creed, K. Elder, C. Ford, K. Hatcher, D. Henshaw, K. Larson, E. Miles, K. Moore, S. Sebestyen, A. Stone, J. Vose and R. Warren. 2012. Ecosystem processes and human influences regulate streamflow response to climate change at Long-Term Ecological Research sites. BioScience 62:390-404. (link)
Koch, G. R., D. L. Childers, E. E. Gaiser and R. Price. 2012. Hydrological conditions control P loading and aquatic metabolism in an oligotrophic, subtropical estuary. Estuaries and Coasts 35:292-307. (link)
Larson, E. K. and N. B. Grimm. 2012. Small-scale and extensive hydrogeomorphic modification and water redistribution in a desert city and implications for regional nitrogen removal. Urban Ecosystems 15:71-85. (link)
Lerman, S. B., P. S. Warren, H. Gan and E. Shochat. 2012. Linking foraging decisions to residential yard bird composition. PLoS One 7:e43497. (link)
Lerman, S. B., V. K. Turner and C. Bang. 2012. Homeowner associations as a vehicle for promoting native urban biodiversity. Ecology and Society 17:Art. 45. (link)
Litteral, J. and J. Wu. 2012. Urban landscape matrix affects urban diversity in remnant vegetation fragments: Evidence from the Phoenix metropolitan region, USA. Urban Ecosystems 15:939-959. (link)
Metson, G., D. L. Childers and R. Aggarwal. 2012. Efficiency through proximity: Changes in phosphorus cycling at the urban-agricultural interface of a rapidly urbanizing desert region. Journal of Industrial Ecology 16:914-927. (link)
Metson, G., R. L. Hale, D. I. Iwaniec, E. M. Cook, J. R. Gorman, C. Galletti and D. Childers. 2012. Phosphorus in Phoenix: A budget and spatial representation of phosphorus in an urban ecosystem. Ecological Applications 22:705-721. (link)
Ruddell, D., S. L. Harlan, S. Grossman-Clarke and G. Chowell. 2012. Scales of perception: Public awareness of regional and neighborhood climates. Climatic Change 111:581-607. (link)
Shrestha, M., A. York, C. Boone and S. Zhang. 2012. Land fragmentation due to rapid urbanization in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area: Analyzing the spatiotemporal patterns and drivers. Applied Geography 32:522-531. (link)
Sponseller, R. A., S. J. Hall, D. P. Huber, N. B. Grimm, J. P. Kaye, C. M. Clark and S. L. Collins. 2012. Variation in monsoon precipitation drives spatial and temporal patterns of Larrea tridentata growth in the Sonoran Desert. Functional Ecology 26:750-758. (link)
Thompson, J., A. Wiek, F. Swanson, S. Carpenter, N. Fresco, T. Hollingsworth, T. Chapin, T. Spies and D. Foster. 2012. Scenario studies as a synthetic and integrative research activity for long-term ecological research. BioScience 62:367-376. (link)
Trubl, P., T. Gburek, L. Miles and J. C. Johnson. 2012. Black widows in an urban desert: Population variation in an arthropod pest across metropolitan Phoenix. Urban Ecosystems 15:599-609. (link)
Turnbull, L., B. P. Wilcox, L. Belnap, S. Ravi, S. D Odorico, D. L. Childers, W. Gwenzi, G. Okin, J. Wainwright, K. Caylor and T. Sankey. 2012. Understanding the role of ecohydrological feedbacks in ecosystem-state change in drylands. Ecohydrology 5:174-183. (link)
Willcox, B. P., L. Turnbull, M. H. Young, C. J. Williams, S. Ravi, M. S. Seyfried, D. R. Bowling, R. L. Scott, M. J. Germino, T. G. Caldwell and J. Wainwright. 2012. Invasion of shrublands by exotic grasses: Ecohydrological consequences in cold versus warm deserts. Ecohydrology 5:160-173. (link)
Wutich, A., A. Brewis, A. M. York and R. Stotts. 2012. Rules, norms, and injustice: A cross-cultural study of perceptions of justice in water institutions. Society and Natural Resources. (link)
Wutich, A., A. M. York, A. Brewis, R. Stotts and C. M. Roberts. 2012. Shared cultural norms for justice in water institutions: Results from Fiji, Ecuador, Paraguay, New Zealand, and the U.S. Journal of Environmental Management 113:370-376. (link)
Zhang, C., J. Wu, N. Grimm, M. McHale and A. Buyantuyev. 2012. A hierarchical patch mosaic ecosystem model for urban landscapes: Model development and evaluation. Ecological Modelling 250:81-100. (link)
Zhang, S., A. M. York, C. G. Boone and M. Shrestha. 2012. Methodological advances in the spatial analysis of land fragmentation. The Professional Geographer. (link)
Zhuo, X., C. G. Boone and E. L. Shock. 2012. Soil lead distribution and environmental justice in the Phoenix metropolitan region. Environmental Justice 5:206-213. (link)
Books and Book Chapters
Boone, C. G., T. L. Gragson and J. M. Grove. In press. Long-term trends in human population growth and economy across sites. In: D. Peters P., C. M. Laney, A. E. Lugo, S. L. Collins, C. T. Driscoll, P. M. Groffman, J. M. Grove, A. K. Knapp, T. A. Kratz, M. D. Ohman, R. B. Waide and J. Yao. eds., Long-Term Trends in Ecological Services: A Basis for Understanding Responses to Global Change. USDA Agricultural Research Service Publication.
Childers, D. L., C. Carlille-Marquet, D. Cordell, V. Gerhart, D. Iwaniec and S. White. In press. Future scenarios for the global sustainable use of phosphorus. In: K. Wyant A., J. Corman and J. Elser. eds., Phosphorus, Food, and Our Future. Oxford Press.
Hale, R. L., E. M. Cook, D. Iwaniec and N. B. Grimm. in press. Urbanization and the altered biogeochemical cycle. In: X. Bai, T. Graedel and A. Morishima. eds., Cities in Evolution: Urbanization, Environmental Change and Sustainability. Cambridge University Press.
Metson, G. S., K. A. Wyant and D. L. Childers. In press. Introduction to phosphorus sustainability. In: K. Wyant A., J. Corman and J. Elser. eds., Phosphorus, Food, and Our Future. Oxford Press.
Wutich, A., A. Brewis, S. Sigurdsson, R. Stotts and A. York. In press. Fairness and the human right to water: A preliminary cross-cultural theory. In: J. Wagner ed. The Social Life of Water in a Time of Crisis. Berghahn Books.
York, A. M. and D. K. Munroe. In press. Land-use institutions and natural resources in fast-growing communities at the urban-rural fringe. In: E. Brondizio and E. F. Moran. eds., Human-Environment Interactions: Current and Future Directions. Springer Press.
Spielmann, K., S. J. Hall, M. Kruse-Peeples and D. Nakase. eds. In review. Legacies on the landscape: Long-term Socio-ecological Interactions in the Southwestern U.S. from Field to Table: The Historical Ecology of Regional Subsistence Strategies. University of South Carolina Press. South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology.
Casagrande, D. G. and C. Peters. 2013. Eco-myopia meetings the longue duree: An information ecology of the increasingly arid southwestern United States. In: H. Kopnina and E. Shoreman. eds., Environmental Anthropology: Future Directions. Routledge.
Grimm, N. B., C. L. Redman, C. G. Boone, D. L. Childers, S. Harlan and B. L. Turner. 2013. Viewing the urban socioecological system through a sustainability lens: Lessons and prospects from the Central Arizona–Phoenix LTER Program. Pp. 217-246 In: S. Singh J., H. Haberl, M. Chertow and M. Mirtl. eds., Long Term Socio-Ecological Research. Springer.
Larson, E., S. Earl, E. Hagen, R. Hale, H. Hartnett, M. McCrackin, M. McHale and N. B. Grimm. 2013. Beyond restoration and into design: Hydrologic alterations in aridland cities. Pp. 183-210 In: S. Pickett T., M. Cadenasso, B. McGrath and K. Hill. eds., Resilience in Ecology and Urban Design. Springer.
Aggarwal, R. M. and C. Taylor. 2012. Sustainable agricultural systems for cities. Pp. 185-206 In: K. Pijawka D. and M. A. Gromulat. eds., Understanding Sustainable Cities: Concepts, Cases, and Solutions. Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.
Childers, D. L. 2012. Urban sustainability in the US desert SW: The story of Phoenix, AZ. Pp. 242-245 In: S. Beavis G., M. L. Dougherty and T. Gonzales. eds., The Americas and Oceania: Assessing Sustainability. Berkshire Publ.
Larson, K. L., D. C. Ibes and E. A. Wentz. 2012. Identifying the water conservation potential of neighborhoods in Phoenix, AZ: an integrated socio-spatial approach. Pp. 11-35 In: P. Lawrence ed. Geospatial Approaches to Urban Water Resources. Volume 7, Springer Series. Geotechnologies and the Environment, Volume 7. DOI: 10.1007/978-94-007-4734-0_3.
Lepczyk, C., P. S. Warren, L. Machabee, A. P. Kinzig and A. Mertig. 2012. Who feeds the birds? A comparison across regions. Pp. 267-286 In: C. Lepczyk and P. Warren. eds., Studies in Avian Biology:Urban Bird Ecology and Conservation. Cooper Ornithological Society, University of California Press.
Myint, S. W. 2012. The effects of the spatial pattern of vegetation cover on urban warming in a desert city. Pp. 261-278 In: X. Yang and J. Li. eds., Advances in Mapping from Aerospace Imagery: Techniques and Applications. Taylor and Francis Group, LLC.
Talen, E. ed. 2012. City Rules: How Regulations Affect Urban Form. Island Press.
Wu, J. and T. Wu. 2012. Ecological resilience as a foundation for urban design and sustainability. In: S. Pickett T., M. L. Cadanasso, B. P. McGrath and K. Hill. eds., Resilience in Urban Ecology and Design: Linking Theory and Practice for Sustainable Cities. Springer.
Wu, J., A. Buyantuyev, G. D. Jenerette, J. Litteral, K. Neil and W. Shen. 2012. Quantifying spatiotemporal patterns and ecological effects of urbanization: A multiscale landscape approach. Pp. 35-53 In: M. Richter and U. Weiland. eds., Applied Urban Ecology: A Global Framework. Wiley-Blackwell.