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Publications

*indicates student coauthor

2016

Finley-Brook, M. and A. Krass* 2016. Higher Ed's Carbon Addiction. Human Geography. 9(1): 83-87.

Finley-Brook, Mary. 2016. Territorial ‘Fix’? Tenure Insecurity in Titled Indigenous Territories. Bulletin of Latin American Research. 35(3): 338-354.

2014

Courtenay, C.*, & T. Lookingbill. 2014. Designing a regional trail network of high conservation value using principles of green infrastructure. Southeastern Geographer 54: 270-290

Finley-Brook, M. 2014. Climate Justice Advocacy. Public Diplomacy 12:11-15.

Finley-Brook, M. 2014. "Green Neoliberal Space: The Case of the Mesoamerican Biological Corridor" in Indigenous Peoples, National Parks, and Protected Areas: a New Paradigm Linking Conservation, Culture, and Rights. Stan Stevens, (Ed.). Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Kostadinov, T. and R. Gilb* Earth Orbit v2.1: a 3-D visualization and analysis model of Earth's orbit, Milankovitch cycles and insolation. Geoscientific Model Development 7:1051-1068.

Lookingbill, T., E. Minor, N. Bukach*, J. Ferrari, & L. Wainger. 2014. Incorporating risk of reinvasion to prioritize sites for invasive species management. Natural Areas Journal 34:268-281

2013

Brickle, M.*, T. Lookingbill, & K. Engelhardt. 2013. Proposing new barrens National Natural Landmarks. George Wright Forum 30: 253–260

Finley-Brook, M. and C.Thomas*. 2013. "Renewable Energy and Rights Violations: Illustrative Cases from Indigenouse Territories in Panama," in The New Geographies of Energy: Assesment and Analysis of Critical Landscapes, Karl Zimmerer, (Ed.) New York: Routledge.

Other Projects

ACS Blended Learning Grant Video

Dr. Mary Finley-Brook, and Will Hogge '16, investigators
Zachariah Paul, '17, videographer

Colleges and universities select different paths towards sustainability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate climate change. This video, made with support from an Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) Blended Learning Grant (2013-2014), celebrates successes at Washington and Lee University, Furman University, and Sewanee University of the South. It highlights local and global initiatives organized with support from students, faculty, staff, and campus administrators as well as environmental allies in the non-governmental and private sectors.

Natural Resource Condition Assessment Reports

Costanzo, S. D., T. Lookingbill, B. Walsh, A. Fries, S. Spitzer, J. Hawkey, V. Vargas, B. Webb, S. Easby*, C. Goelst*, & M. Rouch. 2016. Natural Resource Condition Assessment for Shenandoah National Park. Prepared for Natural Resources Condition Assessment Program, NPS. Natural Resource Report. NPS/SHEN/NRR—2016/1190. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO.

Lookingbill, T., B. Miller*, J. Madron, J. Finn, & A. Valenski*. 2013. Petersburg National Battlefield Natural Resource Condition Assessment: Virginia. Prepared for Natural Resources Condition Assessment Program, NPS. Natural Resource Report. NPS/PETE/NRR—2013/704. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO.

Lookingbill, T., C. Bentsen, T. Carruthers, S. Constanzo, C. Doherty*, S. Lucier*, J. Madron, E. Poppell, & T. Saxby. 2012. Colonial National Historical Park Natural Resource Condition Assessment: Virginia. Prepared for Natural Resources Condition Assessment Program, NPS. Natural Resource Report. NPS/COLO/NRR—2012/544. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO.

National Natural Landmark Designations

Lookingbill, T., N. Somerville*, C. Sibilia*, D. Kitchen & K. Engelhardt. 2016. Evaluation of Bear Rocks, WV Plateau for its Merit in Meeting National Significance Criteria as a National Natural Landmark. Prepared for National Natural Landmark Program, National Park Service, Gettysburg, PA.

Lookingbill, T., M. Brickle*, & K. Engelhardt. 2013. Evaluation of Albany Pine Bush, NY Sand Dunes for its Merit in Meeting National Significance Criteria as a National Natural Landmark. Prepared for National Natural Landmark Program, National Park Service, Boston, MA.

Engelhardt, K., T. Lookingbill, & J. Mayfield*. 2011. Evaluation of the Ice Mountain, WV Cold-Air Producing Talus Slope for its Merit in Meeting National Significance Criteria as a National Natural Landmark. Prepared for National Natural Landmark Program, National Park Service, Gettysburg, PA.