Understanding Sustainability

Sustainability References



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Abercrombie, Steve. 2008. "Pesticide-Free Campuses." Pages 233-244 in W. Simpson (ed.), The Green Campus: Meeting the Challenge of Environmental Sustainability. APPA, Alexandria, Virginia. [PDF]

Baumflek, Michelle J, Marla R. Emery, and Clare Ginger. 2010. Culturally and Economically Important Nontimber Forest Products of Northern Maine. General Technical Report #NRS-68, Northern Research Station, U.S. Forest Service. [PDF

Bormann, F. Herbert, Diana Balmori, and Gordon T. Geballe. 2001. Redesigning the American Lawn: A Search for Environmental Harmony, 2nd Edition. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Brown, Carole. 2009. Conservation gardening and sustainable landscaping. Diss. Prescott College. [PDF]

Carpenter, Novella. 2009. Farm City: The Education of an Urban Farmer. Penguin Press, New York.

Cheng, Hefa, Yuanan Hu, and Martin Reinhard. 2014. "Environmental and Health Impacts of Artificial Turf: A Review." Environmental Science and Technology 48(4):2114-2129. [related discussion in Grist]

Childers, Daniel L., Steward TA Pickett, J. Morgan Grove, Laura Ogden, and Alison Whitmer. 2014. "Advancing urban sustainability theory and action: Challenges and opportunities." Landscape and Urban Planning 125: 320-328. [PDF] [related video]

Creasy, Rosalind. 1982. The Complete Book of Edible Landscaping. Sierra Club Books, San Francisco.

DeAngelis, Therese. (ed.). 2010. Green Careers in Building and Landscaping. Peterson's, Lawrenceville, New Jersey.

Dehnen-Schmutz, Katharina, Julia Touza, Charles Perrings, and Mark Williamson. 2007. "A Century of the Ornamental Plant Trade and Its Impact on Invasion Success." Diversity and Distributions 13:527-534. [PDF]

Dozier, Hallie. 2010. "History of Southeastern Invasive Plants." American Nurseryman October:20-23.

Dramstad, Wenche E., James D. Olson, and Richard T.T. Forman. 1997. Landscape Ecology Principles in Landscape Architecture and Land-Use Planning. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Forman, Richard T.T. 1995. Land Mosaics: The Ecology of Landscapes and Regions. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Forman, Richard T.T. and Michael Godron. 1986. Landscape Ecology. John Wiley, New York.

Franklin, Carol, Teresa Durkin, and Sara Pevaroff Schuh. 2008. "The Role of Landscaping in Creating a Sustainable Campus." Pages 209-220 in W. Simpson (ed.), The Green Campus: Meeting the Challenge of Environmental Sustainability. APPA, Alexandria, Virginia.  [PDF]

Hostetler, Mark E. and Martin B. Main. 2010. "Native Landscaping vs. Exotic Landscaping: What Should We Recommend?" Journal of Extension 48(5): 5COM1. 

Hostetler, Mark E. and Martin B. Main. 2010. "Tips to Create Biodiverse, Urban Communities?" Journal of Extension 48(5): 5TOT1. [PDF]

Kermath, Brian M. 2008. "Why Go Native? Landscaping for Biodiversity and Sustainability Education." Pages 221-231 in W. Simpson (ed.), The Green Campus: Meeting the Challenge of Environmental Sustainability, APPA, Alexandria. (Published in 2007 in the International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 8(2):210-223.)

Kermath, Brian. 2013. "Frequently Asked Questions about Native and Exotic Plant Species and Sustainable Native Landscaping." Unpublished.

Knight, Lewis. 2013. "Designing Resiliency in an Unstainable World." Focus: Journal of the City and Regional Planning Department 10, no. 1: 10. [PDF]

Knowles, Andrea D., Brian Le Suer, and Mary Whitney. 2011. "Discover Ecological Landscaping." Ecological Landscaping Association,  Boston. [PDF]

Lodge, David M. 1993. "Biological Invasions: Lessons for Ecology." Trends in Ecology and Evolution 8:133-137. [PDF]

Mack, Richard N. and W. Mark Lonsdale. 2001. "Humans as Global Plant Dispersers: Getting More than We Bargained for." BioScience 51(2):95-102. [abstract]

Mack, Richard N., Daniel Simberloff, W. Mark Lonsdale, H. Evans, M. Clout, and F.A. Bazzaz. 2000. "Biotic Invasions: Causes, Epidemiology, Global Consequences, and Control." Issues in Ecology 5. [PDF]

McHarg, Ian L. 1969. Design with Nature. Doubleday, New York. [Introduction (PDF)

McPherson, E. Gregory. 1994. "Cooling Urban Heat Islands with Sustainable Landscapes." Pages 151-171 in R. Platt, R. Rowntree, and P. Muick (eds.), The Ecological City: Preserving and Restoring Urban Biodiversity. University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst. [PDF]

Moerman, Daniel E. 2008. "All Plants Are 'Exotic Invasives'." Ethnobotany Research & Applications 6:117-119. [PDF]

Saltonstall, Kristin. 2002. "Cryptic Invasion by a Non-native Genotype of the Common Reed, Phragmites australis, into North America." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99(4):2445–2449. 

Silliman, B.R., T. Mozdzer, C. Angelini, J.E. Brundage, P. Esselink, J.P. Bakker, K.B. Gedan, J. van de Koppel, and A.H. Baldwin. 2014. "Livestock as a potential biological control agent for an invasive wetland plant." PeerJ 23 September. [press release story]

Simpson, Walter (ed.). 2008. The Green Campus: Meeting the Challenge of Environmental Sustainability. APPA, Alexandria, Virginia.

Young, Terence. 2000. "Belonging not Containing: The Vision of Bioregionalism." Landscape Journal 19(1):46-49.

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