Charles G. Curtin (PhD)Core Faculty
Department of Environmental Studies
Curtin, C. G. 2010. The ecology of place and natural resource management: Lessons from marine and terrestrial ecosystems.In The Ecology of Place: Contributions of Place-based Research to Ecological Understanding. I. Billick and M. Price, Eds. Columbia University Press. Pp. 251 - 274.
Alling, B., E. Cabot, S. Backleh, C. G. Curtin. 2009. Consensus Building and Collaborative Conservation. Publication of the Middle East Program, Quebec-Labrador Foundation. 62 Pp.
Curtin, C.G. and Western, D. 2008. Grasslands, People, and Conservation: Over-the-Horizon Learning Exchanges between African and American Pastoralists. Conservation Biology 22(4):870-877.
Curtin, C. G. 2008. Emergent Properties of the Interplay Between Climate, Fire, and Grazing in Desert Grasslands. Desert Plants Vol. 24, University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 52 Pp. * Attached is a draft version as the final was not available in PDF version.
Curtin, C.G. 2005b. Complexity, conservation, and culture in the Mexico/U.S. Borderlands. Pp. 237-258, in Child, B. and West Lyman, M. [eds], Natural Resource As Community Assets: Lesson From Two Continents. Sand County Foundation, Madison, Wisconsin.
Curtin, C.G., Sayre, N.F., and Lane, B.D. 2002a. Transformations of the Chihuahuan Borderlands: grazing, fragmentation, and biodiversity conservation in desert grasslands. Environmental Science & Policy 5:55-68.
Curtin, C. G., T. C. Frey, D. A. Kelt, J. H. Brown. 2000. On the role of small mammals in mediating climatically driven vegetation change. Ecology Letters 3: 309-317.