Abrash Walton, Abigail. U.S. Senate Testimony: “Lessons Learned: Case Study regarding the Amungme, Kamoro and Freeport,” Testimony submitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Human Rights and the Law, hearing on “Extracting Natural Resources: Corporate Responsibility and the Rule of Law,” Washington, DC, September 2008.
Abrash Walton, Abigail. “Conservation through Different Lenses: Reflection, Responsibility and the Politics of Participation in Conservation Advocacy,” Environmental Management; Springer, New York, July 2008.
Borden, Kathi and E. John McIlvried. Book Chapter: “Professional Psychology Education and Training: Models, Sequence, and Current Issues,” In Clinical Psychology: Assessment, Treatment, Research, Elsevier, D.C.S. Richard and S.K. Huprich (eds.), San Diego, CA, 2008.
Chase, Steve. “Sifting Through The Rubble: The 9/11 Controversies,” Friends Journal, Issue: 8, Vol. 54, Pp. 18–21, Friends Publishing Corporation, Philadelphia, PA, August 2008.
Curtin, Charles. Monograph: “Emergent Properties of the Interaction of Climate, Fire, and Grazing in Desert Grasslands,” Desert Plant, Vol. 24, Pp. 52, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, December 2008.
Curtin, Charles and David Western. “Rangelands as a Global Conservation Resource: Lessons from cross-cultural exchange between pastoral cultures in East Africa and North America.,” Conservation Biology, Vol. 22, Pp. 870–877, August 2008.
Williams, E. N., Hayes, J. A., and Fauth, James. Book Chapter: “Therapist self-awareness: Interdisciplinary connections and future directions,” In Handbook of Counseling Psychology (4th ed.), S. D. Brown and R. W. Lent (Eds.), New York, 2008.
Fauth, James. “Sustainability Across the Curriculum: A Perspective from Clinical Psychology,” Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, Raleigh, NC, November 2008.
Gruber, James S. “Key Principles of Community-Based Natural Resource Management: A synthesis and interpretation of identified effective approaches for managing the commons,” Environmental Management, Vol. 2008, 10.1007/s00267- 008-9235-y, Springer, December 2008.
Beth A. Kaplin. Book Review: “Primates and predators,” Ecology, Issue: 9, Vol. 88, Pp. 2410-2411, 2008.
Nsabimana, D., L. Klemedtson, Beth A. Kaplin, and G. Wallin. “Soil CO2 flux in six monospecific forest plantations in Southern Rwanda,” Soil Biology and Biochemistry, Issue: 2, Vol. 41, Pp. 396–402, Elsevier Ltd, February 2009.
Loman, Susan, and K. M. Sossin. Book Chapter: “Introduction to the Kestenberg Movement Profile and Dance/Movement Therapy,” In La vida es danza: El arte y la ciencia de Danza Movimento Terapia, ed. S. Chaiklin and H. Wengrower, Gedisa, Barcelona, 2008.
Loman, Susan, and C. LeMessurier. Book Chapter: “Speaking with the body: Using dance/movement therapy to enhance communication and healing with young children,” In Speaking about the Unspeakable: Non-Verbal Methods and Experiences in Therapy with Children. Ed. D.McCarthy, Jessica Kingsley, London 2008.
Lyness, Kevin P. Book Review: “Review of the book Collaborative Therapy: Relationships and Conversations that Make a Difference,” Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, Vol. 34, Pp. 265, 2008.
Bjorklund, B. M., H. H. Thomas, Peter A. Palmiotto, T. P. Algeo, D. Slate, R. B. Chipman, M. D. Chandler, and Donald J. Wilda. Proceeding paper: “Potential Food Item Distractions during Raccoon ORV Baiting Campaigns on Cape Cod, Massachusetts: Would You Like Fries With That?” Proceedings, 23rd Vertebrate, Pest Conference, UC Davis, CA, September 2008.
Roysircar, Gargi. “Evidence-based practice and its implications for culturally sensitive treatment,” Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, Issue 2, Vol. 37, Pp. 66–82, April 2009.
Roysircar, Gargi. “Social privilege: Counselors’ competence with systemically determined inequalities,” Journal for Specialists in Group Work, Issue 4, Vol. 33, Pp. 377–384, December 2008.
Kahn, Jr. P. H., Carol D. Saunders, R. L. Severson, O. E. Myers, Jr., and B. T. Gill. “Moral and fearful affiliations with the animal world: Children’s conceptions of bats,” Anthrozoös, Issue 4, Vol. 21, Pp. 375–386, December 2008.
Myers, Jr. O. E., Carol D. Saunders, and S. Bexell. Book Chapter: “Fostering empathy with wildlife: Factors affecting free-choice learning for conservation concern and behavior,” In Free-choice Learning and the Environment, AltaMira Press, Lanham, MD, 2009.
Schusler, Tania M., M. E. Krasny, S. J. Peters, and D. J. Decker. “Developing Citizens and Communities through Youth Environmental Action,” Environmental Education Research, Taylor & Francis, 2009.
Simpson, Michael H. Report: “Waste Management Capacity Building In Post Conflict Liberia,” Collaborative Working Group, St. Gallen, Switzerland, October, 2008.
Sobel, David. Forward: How We Know What We Know about Global Climate Change, Lynne Cherry and Gary Braasch, Dawn Publications, Nevada City, CA, 2008.
Sobel, David, and Christina Oliva. “Forts, Land Trusts and Conservation Behavior,” Play Rights Magazine, Vancouver, BC, April 2009.
Thelen, B.A., and Rachel Thiet. “Molluscan community recovery following partial tidal restoration of a New England estuary, U.S.A.,” Restoration Ecology, Issue 2, Vol. 16, Blackwell Publishing, on behalf of The Society for Ecological Restoration International, June 2008.
Thelen, B.A., and Rachel Thiet. “Cultivating connection: incorporating meaningful citizen science into Cape Cod National Seashore’s estuarine research and monitoring programs,” Park Science, Issue 1, Vol. 25, Pp. 74–80, 2008.
Tremblay, George C., and Megan Philips. Book Chapter: “Child, family, and couples therapy,” In Clinical Psychology: Assessment, Treatment, and Research, eds.D. Richard and S. Huprich, Pp. 329–350, Elsevier, Oxford, UK, September 2008.
Wessels, Tom. “Forest Forensics,” The Ecologist, London, England, February 2009