Publications

Books

  1. Costanza, R., Erickson, J.D., Farley, J. and I. Kubiszewski (Eds.), Sustainable Wellbeing Futures: a Research and Action Agenda for Ecological Economics, 26 chs., Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, 2020.
  2. Porter, W.F., Erickson, J.D. and R.S. Whaley (Eds.), The Great Experiment in Conservation: Voices from the Adirondack Park, 39 chs., Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, 2009.
  3. Erickson, J.D., Messner, F. and I. Ring (Eds.), Ecological Economics of Sustainable Watershed Management, 16 chs., Series on Advances in the Economics of Environmental Resources, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2007.
  4. Erickson, J.D. and J. Gowdy (Eds.), Frontiers in Ecological Economic Theory and Application, 17 chs., Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, 2007.
  5. Farley, J., Erickson, J.D. and H. Daly, Ecological Economics: a Workbook for Problem-Based Learning, 10 chs., Island Press, Washington, DC, 2005.

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

  1. Pratt, B. and J.D. Erickson, “Defeat the Peak: Behavioral Insights for Designing Electricity Demand Response Programs,” Energy Research and Social Science 61, 2020.
  2. Fox, M.J.V. and J.D. Erickson, “Design and Meaning of the Genuine Progress Indicator: a Statistical Analysis of the U.S. Fifty-State Model,” Ecological Economics 167, 2020.
  3. Svartzman, R., Ament, J., Barmes, D., Erickson, J.D., Farley, J., Guay-Boutet, C. and N. Kosoy, “Money, Interest Rates and Accumulation on a Finite Planet: Revisiting the ‘Monetary Growth Imperative’ through Institutionalist Approaches,” in Costanza et al. (Eds.), Sustainable Wellbeing Futures: a Research and Action Agenda for Ecological Economics, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, 2020.
  4. Venkatesan, M., Erickson, J.D., and C. Carmichael, “Principles of Stakeholder Engagement for Ecological Economics,” in Costanza et al. (Eds.), Sustainable Wellbeing Futures: a Research and Action Agenda for Ecological Economics, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, 2020.
  5. Costanza, R., Erickson, J.D., Farley, J. and I. Kubiszewski, “Introduction: What is Ecological Economics and Why Do We Need it Now More Than Ever,” Costanza et al. (Eds.), Sustainable Wellbeing Futures: a Research and Action Agenda for Ecological Economics, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, 2020.
  6. Wironen, M.B. and J.D. Erickson, “A Critically-Modern Ecological Economics for the Anthropocene,” The Anthropocene Review, 2019 [online].
  7. Vargas Roncancio, I., Temper, L. Sterlin, J. Smolyar, N.L., Sellers, S., Moore, M., Melgar-Melgar, R., Larson, J., Horner, C., Erickson, J.D., Egler, M., Brown, P.G., Boulot, E., Beigi, T. and M. Babcock, “From the Anthropocene to Mutual Thriving: An Agenda for Higher Education in the Ecozoic,” Sustainability, 11(12), 3312, 2019.
  8. Wironen, M.B., Bartlett, R.V. and J.D. Erickson, “Deliberation and the Promise of a Deeply Democratic Sustainability Transition,” Sustainability 11, 1023, 2019.
  9. Spencer, P., Perkins, P.E. and J.D. Erickson, “Re-establishing Justice as a Pillar of Ecological Economics through Feminist Perspectives,” Ecological Economics 152, 191-198, 2018.
  10. Wironen, M.B., Bennett, E.M. and J.D. Erickson, “Phosphorus Flows and Legacy Accumulation in an Animal-Dominated Agricultural Region from 1925 to 2012,” Global Environmental Change 50, 88-99, 2018.
  11. Fox, M.J.V. and J.D. Erickson, “Genuine Economic Progress in the States: a 50-State Study and Comparative Assessment,” Ecological Economics 147, 29-35, 2018.
  12. Erickson, J.D. and M. Kane, “Input-Output Analysis,” in C.L. Spash (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Ecological Economics: Nature and Society, Routledge, Abingdon, UK, 2017.
  13. Lee, J., Ingalls, M., Erickson, J.D. and E. Wollenberg, “Bridging Organizations in Agricultural Carbon Markets and Poverty Alleviation: An Analysis of Pro-Poor Carbon Market Projects in East Africa,” Global Environmental Change 39, 98-107, 2016.
  14. Brown, P.G. and J.D. Erickson, “How Higher Education Imperils the Future: an Urgent Call for Action,” Balance, Issue 2, 2016.
  15. Erickson, J.D., “The Unfinished Journey of Ecological Economics,” Forward to P. Brown and P. Timmerman (Eds.), Ecological Economics for the Anthropocene, Columbia University Press, New York, NY, 2015.
  16. Gross, L.H., Erickson, J.D. and V.E. Mendez, “Supporting Rural Livelihoods and Ecosystem Services Conservation in the Pico Duarte Coffee Region of the Dominican Republic,” Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 38(9), 1078-1107, 2014.
  17. Alvez, J.P., Schmidt, A.L., Farley, J.C., Erickson, J.D. and V.E. Mendez, “Transition from Semi-Confinement to Pasture-Based Dairy in Brazil: Farmers’ View of Economic and Environmental Performances,” Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 38(9), 995-1014, 2014.
  18. Villa, F., Voigt, B. and J.D. Erickson, “New Perspectives in Ecosystem Services Science as Instruments to Understand Environmental Securities,” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 369, 2014.
  19. Masozera, M., Erickson, J.D., Clifford, D., Coppolillo, P., H. Sadiki, H. and J.M. Mazet, “Integrating the Management of Ruaha Landscape of Tanzania with Local Needs and Preferences,” Environmental Management 52: 1533-1546, 2013.
  20. Kaufman, Z., Welsh, R.L., Erickson, J.D., Craig, S., Adams, L.V. and D.A. Ross, “Effectiveness of a Sports-Based HIV Prevention Intervention in the Dominican Republic: a Quasi-Experimental Study,” AIDS Care, 1-9, 2011.
  21. Cox, G., Woods, A., Holmes, T., Porter, W. and J.D. Erickson, “Survey of Public Priorities as a Guide for Future Sustainable Investment Strategies in the Northern Forest,” Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies 16, 2010.
  22. Mazet, J.M., Clifford, D., Coppolillo, P.B., Deolalikar, A.B., Erickson, J.D and R.R. Kazwala, “A ‘One Health’ Approach to Address Emerging Zoonoses: The HALI Project in Tanzania,” PLoS Medicine 6(12): e1000190, 2009.
  23. Hong, B., Limburg, K.E., Erickson, J.D., Gowdy, J.M., Nowosielski, A., Polimeni, J. and K. Stainbrook, “Connecting the Ecological-Economic Dots in Human-Dominated Watersheds: Models to Link Socio-Economic Activities on the Landscape to Stream Ecosystem Health,” Landscape and Urban Planning 91(2): 78-87, 2009.
  24. Whaley, R.S., Erickson, J.D. and W.F. Porter, “The Cornerstones of Conservation,” pp. xxvii-xxxiii (book introduction) in W.F. Porter, J.D. Erickson, and R.S. Whaley (Eds.), The Great Experiment in Conservation: Voices from the Adirondack Park, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, 2009.
  25. Erickson, J.D., “The Park in Perspective,” pp. 193-205 (part II introduction) in W.F. Porter, J.D. Erickson, and R.S. Whaley (Eds.), The Great Experiment in Conservation: Voices from the Adirondack Park, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, 2009.
  26. Erickson, J.D., Cox, G., Woods, A. and W.F. Porter, “Public Opinion and Public Representation: Strategies in Bio-Regional Development,” pp. 393-403 (chapter 27) in W.F. Porter, J.D. Erickson, and R.S. Whaley (Eds.), The Great Experiment in Conservation: Voices from the Adirondack Park, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, 2009.
  27. Erickson, J.D., Porter, W.F. and R.S. Whaley, “The Adirondack Experiment in a Full World,” pp. 517-535 (book conclusion) in W.F. Porter, J.D. Erickson, and R.S. Whaley (Eds.), The Great Experiment in Conservation: Voices from the Adirondack Park, Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, NY, 2009.
  28. Hermans, C., Howarth, R.B., Noordewier, T. and J.D. Erickson, “Constructing Preferences in Structured Group Deliberative Processes,” pp. 50-79 in C. Zografos and R. Howarth (Eds.), Deliberative Ecological Economics, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, 2008.
  29. Hermans, C., Erickson, J., Sheldon, A., Noordewier, T. and M. Kline, “Collaborative Environmental Planning in River Management: an Application of Multicriteria Decision Analysis in the White River Watershed of Vermont, USA,” Journal of Environmental Management 84: 534-546, 2007.
  30. Fisher, B. and J.D. Erickson, “Growth and Equity: Dismantling the Kaldor-Kuznets-Solow Consensus,” pp. 53-71 in J.D. Erickson and J. Gowdy (Eds.), Frontiers in Ecological Economic Theory and Application, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, 2007.
  31. Erickson, J.D., Messner, F. and I. Ring, “Ecological Economics at the Watershed Scale: Comparing and Contrasting the United States and German Experiences and Approaches,” pp. 3-7 in Erickson et al. (Eds.), Ecological Economics of Sustainable Watershed Management, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2007.
  32. Hong, B., Limburg, K., Hall, M. and J.D. Erickson, “Scenario Analysis of Economy-Ecology Interactions in the Hudson River Basin,” pp. 97-112 in Erickson et al. (Eds.), Ecological Economics of Sustainable Watershed Management, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2007.
  33. Nowosielski, A. and J.D. Erickson, “Regional Economic Modeling and Spatial Key Sector Analysis,” pp. 167-182 in Erickson et al. (Eds.), Ecological Economics of Sustainable Watershed Management, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2007.
  34. Polimeni, J. and J.D. Erickson, “Residential Location Theory, Modeling, and Scenario Analysis of Urban Growth and Planning,” pp. 183-210 in Erickson et al. (Eds.), Ecological Economics of Sustainable Watershed Management, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2007.
  35. Hermans, C. and J.D. Erickson, “Multicriteria Decision Analysis: Overview and Implications for Environmental Decision Making,” pp. 213-228 in Erickson et al. (Eds.), Ecological Economics of Sustainable Watershed Management, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2007.
  36. Kane, M. and J.D. Erickson, “Urban Metabolism and Payment for Ecosystem Services: History and Policy Analysis of the New York City Water Supply,” pp. 307-328 in Erickson et al. (Eds.), Ecological Economics of Sustainable Watershed Management, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2007.
  37. Mulder, K., Costanza, R. and J. Erickson, “The Contribution of Built, Human, Social and Natural Capital to Quality of Life in Intentional and Unintentional Communities,” Ecological Economics 59(1): 13-23, 2006.
  38. Kobos, P., Erickson, J.D. and T.E. Drennen, “Technological Learning and Renewable Energy Costs: Implications for U.S. Energy Policy,” Energy Policy 34(13): 1645-1658, 2006.
  39. Farber, S., Costanza, R., Childers, D.L., Erickson, J., Gross, K., Grove, M., Hopkinson, C.S., Kahn, J., Pincetl, S., Troy, A., Warren, P. and M. Wilson, “Linking Ecology and Economics for Ecosystem Management,” Bioscience 56(2): 121-133, 2006.
  40. Gowdy, J. and J. Erickson, “Ecological Economics at a Crossroads,” Ecological Economics 53(1): 17-20, 2005.
  41. Gowdy, J. and J.D. Erickson, “The Approach of Ecological Economics,” Cambridge Journal of Economics 29(2): 207-222, 2005.
  42. Limburg, K.E., Stainbrook, K.M., Erickson, J.D. and J.M. Gowdy, “Urbanization Consequences: Case Studies in the Hudson Valley,” pp. 23-37 in L.R. Brown, R.H. Gray, R.M. Hughes and M. Meader (Eds.), Effects of Urbanization on Stream Ecosystems, American Fisheries Society Symposium 47, Books International, Herndon, VA, 2005.
  43. Costanza, R., Erickson, J.D., Fligger, K., Adams, A., Adams, C., Altschuler, B., Balter, S., Fisher, B., Hike, J., Kelly, J., Kerr, T., McCauley, M., Montone, K., Rauch, M., Schmiedeskamp, K., Saxton, D., Sparacino, L., Tusinski, W. and L. Williams, “Estimates of the Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) for Vermont, Chittenden County, and Burlington, from 1950 to 2000,” Ecological Economics 51: 139-155, 2004.
  44. Erickson, J.D., Limburg, K., Gowdy, J., Stainbrook, K., Nowosielski, A., Hermans, C. and J. Polimeni, “An Ecological Economic Model for Integrated Scenario Analysis: Anticipating Change in the Hudson River Watershed,” pp. 341-370 in R. Bruins and M. Heberling (Eds.), Economics and Ecological Risk Assessment: Applications to Watershed Management, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2004.
  45. Wright, E. and J.D. Erickson, “Climate Variability, Economic Adaptation, and Investment Timing,” International Journal of Global Environmental Issues 3(4): 357-368, 2003.
  46. Wright, E. and J.D. Erickson, “Incorporating Catastrophes into Integrated Assessment: Science, Impacts, and Adaptation,” Climatic Change 57(3): 265-286, 2003.
  47. Kobos, P., Erickson, J.D. and T.E. Drennen, “Scenario Analysis of Chinese Passenger Vehicle Growth,” Contemporary Economic Policy 21(2): 208-225, 2003.
  48. Hubacek, K., Erickson, J.D. and F. Duchin, “Input-Output Modeling of Protected Landscapes: the Adirondack Park,” Review of Regional Studies 32(2): 207-222, 2002.
  49. Erickson, J.D., “The Future of Economics in the Century of the Environment,” International Journal of Applied Economics and Econometrics 10(4), Oct.-Dec. 2002.
  50. Erickson, J.D., “Economics of Renewable Natural Resources,” in J.D. Erickson (Ed.), “Economic Interactions with Other Disciplines: Natural Resource Economics,” Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford, UK, 2002.
  51. Erickson, J.D., “Economics,” pp. 299-300 in N. Eldredge (Ed.), Life on Earth: An Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Ecology, and Evolution, ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, CA, 2002.
  52. Schläpfer, F. and J.D. Erickson, “A Biotic Control Perspective on Nitrate Contamination of Groundwater from Agricultural Production,” Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 30(2): 113-126, 2001.
  53. Erickson, J.D., “In Search of Sustainable Development: Lessons in Application from the Adirondack Park,” pp. 261-280 in J. Köhn, J. Gowdy, and J. van der Straaten (Eds.), Sustainability in Action: Sectoral and Regional Case Studies, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK, 2001.
  54. Erickson, J.D. and J.M. Gowdy, “Resource Use, Institutions, and Sustainability: A Tale of Two Pacific Island Cultures,” Land Economics 76(3): 345-354, 2000.
  55. Erickson, J.D., “Endangering the Economics of Extinction,” Wildlife Society Bulletin 28(1): 34-41, 2000.
  56. Peterson, G., Cunningham, S., Deutsch, L., Erickson, J.D., Quinlan, A., Raez-Luna, E., Tinch, R., Troell, M., Woodbury, P. and S. Zens, “The Risks and Benefits of Genetically Modified Crops: a Multidisciplinary Perspective,” Ecology and Society (formerly Conservation Ecology) 4(1): 13, 2000.
  57. Stagl, S., Hubacek, K., Erickson, J.D. and G. Cox, “A Multi-Criteria Analysis for Open Space Conservation in New York State,” pp. 109-126 in M. Makowski and H. Nakayama (Eds.), Natural Environmental Management and System Analysis, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, 2000.
  58. Erickson, J.D. and S. O’Hara, “From Top-Down to Participatory Planning: Conservation Lessons from the Adirondack Park, NY, USA,” pp. 146-161 in L. Tacconi (Ed.), Biodiversity and Ecological Economics: Participation, Values and Resource Management, Earthscan Publications Ltd., London, 2000.
  59. Erickson, J.D., Chapman, D., Fahey, T.J. and M.J. Christ, “Nonrenewability in Forest Rotations: Implications for Economic and Ecological Sustainability,” Ecological Economics 31(1): 91-106, 1999.
  60. Erickson, J.D., “Ecological Economics: an Emerging Alternative to Environmental Economics,” pp. 351-372 in D. Chapman, Environmental Economics: Theory, Application, and Policy, Addison Wesley Longman HarperCollins, 1999.
  61. Drennen, T.E. and J.D. Erickson, “Who Will Fuel China?,” Science 279: 1483, 1998.
  62. Erickson, J.D., “Sustainable Development and the Adirondack Park Experience,” Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies 5(2): 24-32, 1998.
  63. Drennen, T.E., Erickson, J.D. and D. Chapman, “Solar Power and Climate Change Policy in Developing Countries,” Energy Policy 24(1): 9-16, 1996.
  64. Erickson, J.D. and D. Chapman, “Photovoltaic Technology: Markets, Economics, and Development,” World Development 23(7): 1129-1141, 1995.
  65. Chapman, D. and J.D. Erickson, “Residential Rural Solar Electricity in Developing Countries,” Contemporary Economic Policy 13: 98-108, 1995.
  66. Erickson, J.D., Chapman, D. and R. Johnny, “Monitored Retrievable Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel in Indian Country: Liability, Sovereignty, and Socioeconomics,” American Indian Law Review 19(1): 73-103, 1994.
  67. Wolfe, D.H. and J.D. Erickson, “Carbon Dioxide Effects on Plants: Uncertainties and Implications for Modeling Crop Response to Climate Change,” pp. 153-178 in H. Kaiser and T. Drennen (Eds.), Agricultural Dimensions of Global Climate Change, St. Lucie Press, Delray Beach, FL, 1993.
  68. Erickson, J.D., “From Ecology to Economics: The Case Against CO2 Fertilization,” Ecological Economics 8: 157-175, 1993.
  69. Erickson, J.D., “The Inefficiency and Unfairness of Tradable CO2 Permits,” World Resource Review 5(2): 228-245, 1993.
  70. Erickson, J.D. and D. Chapman, “Sovereignty for Sale: Nuclear Waste in Indian Country,” Native Americas Journal (formerly Akwe:kon Journal) 10(3): 3-10, 1993.

Under Review

  1. Spencer, P. and J.D. Erickson, “Maternal Health Campaigns in International Development Agendas: Toward a Socio-Ecological Approach,” under review.
  2. Wironen, M.B., Darby, H. and J.D. Erickson, “Improving Nutrient Management Planning to Increase Accountability in Agriculture Phosphorus Management and Governance,” under revision.

Reports and Other Publications

  1. Erickson, J.D., “Building a Clean Water Economy,” The Independent, Aug. 23, 2017.
  2. Elbehri, A., Challinor, A., Verchot, L., Angelsen, A., Hess, T., Ouled Belgacem, A., Clark, H., Badraoui, M., Cowie, A., De Silva, S., Erickson, J. Joar Hegland, S., Iglesias, A., Inouye, D., Jarvis, A., Mansur, E., Mirzabaev, A., Montanarella, L., Murdiyarso, D., Notenbaert, A., Obersteiner, M., Paustian, K., Pennock, D., Reisinger, A., Soto, D., Soussana, J-F., Thomas, R., Vargas, R., Van Wijk, M. and R. Walker, “FAO-IPCC Expert Meeting on Climate Change, Land Use and Food Security: Final Meeting Report,” FAO and IPCC, Jan. 23-25, 2017.
  3. Erickson, J.D., “My Turn: Divestment Makes Economic Sense,” Burlington Free Press, May 1, 2016.
  4. Erickson, J.D., “The Economic Case for Divestment,” VT Digger, Apr. 27, 2016.
  5. Voigt, B., Lees, J. and J.D. Erickson, “An Assessment of the Value of Clean Water in Lake Champlain,” Lake Champlain Basin Program, 2015.
  6. Roman, J. and J.D. Erickson, “Economics of Conservation in Vermont,” Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, 2015.
  7. Erickson, J.D., Zencey, E., and Z. Zimmerman, “The Bay’s State’s Genuine Economy: a Report on the Massachusetts Genuine Progress Indicator, 1960-2012,” Gund Institute for Ecological Economics and DEMOS, Nov. 12, 2014.
  8. Erickson, J.D., Zencey, E., Burke, M.J., Carlson, S., and Z. Zimmerman, “Vermont Genuine Progress Indicator, 1960-2011, Findings and Recommendations,” Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, Report to the Vermont General Assembly, July 30, 2013.
  9. Zencey, E., Burke, M.J., Carlson, S., Zimmerman, Z., and J.D. Erickson, “Vermont Genuine Progress Indicator, 1960-2011, Technical Report,” Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, Working Draft, 2013.
  10. Alvez, J.P., Matthews, A., Erickson, J., Farley, J. and A.L. Schmitt, “Dairy Systems and Sustainability,” Proceedings of the 5th National Grazing Lands Conference, Orlando, FL, Dec. 9-12, 2012.
  11. Voigt, B., Gustafson, C. and J.D. Erickson, “Modeling Zoonotic Disease Regulation under Climate Change Scenarios in Semi-Arid Grasslands: a scoping model of water provisioning services in the Ruaha Landscape of Tanzania,” Adapting Livestock to Climate Change Collaborative Research Support Program, Research Brief RB-08-2012, May 2012.
  12. Chapter Author, “Sustainable Economic Development in the Lake Champlain Basin,” Opportunities for Action: an Evolving Plan for the Future of the Lake Champlain Basin, Lake Champlain Basin Program, 2010.
  13. Erickson, J.D. and M. Masozera, “Modeling Economic Impacts of Water Scarcity and Disease in Pastoralist Households of the Ruaha Landscape, Tanzania,” Global Livestock Collaborative Research Program, Research Brief, 2010.
  14. Erickson, J., Kazwala, R., Clifford, D., Coppolillo, P. and J. Mazet, “The One Health Approach: Identifying Solutions to Complex Problems at the Livestock-Wildlife Interface,” pp. 15-19 in S.L. Johnson, D. Wolking, and M.W. Demment (Eds.), Global Livestock CRSP Final Report 2010, USAID, Mar. 2010.
  15. Masozera, M., Erickson, J.D., Clifford, D.L., Coppolillo, P., Kazwala, K., Sadiki, H. and J.A.K. Mazet, “Public Health and Rural Livelihoods under Water Scarcity in the Ruaha Landscape, Tanzania,” Global Livestock Collaborative Research Program, Research Brief 10-04-HALI, Jan. 2010.
  16. Masozera, M., Erickson, J.D., Clifford, D.L., Coppolillo, P., Nguvava, M., Sadiki, H. and J.A.K. Mazet, “Integrating the Management of the Ruaha Landscape of Tanzania with Local Needs and Preferences,” Global Livestock Collaborative Research Program, Research Brief 10-02-HALI, Jan. 2010.
  17. Mazet, J.A.K., Clifford, D.L., Coppolillo, P.B., Erickson, J.D. and R.R. Kazwala, “New Medicine for Emerging Zoonoses: Reducing Disease Risk at Human-Animal-Environment Interfaces in Tanzania Using a One-Health Approach,” Global Livestock Collaborative Research Program, Research Brief 10-01-HALI, Jan. 2010.
  18. Nguvava, M., Clifford, D., Masozera, M., Coppolillo, P., Sadiki, H., Mazet, J. and J. Erickson, “Capturing Women’s Voices: Socioeconomics and Gender-Roles in Pastoralist Households in the Ruaha Landscape, Tanzania,” Global Livestock Collaborative Research Program, Research Brief 09-03-HALI, May 2009.
  19. Coppolillo, P., Clifford, D., Dickman, A., Masozera, M., Nguvava, M., Kazwala, R., Erickson, J. and J. Mazet, “Landscape Factors Associated with Livestock Disease Deaths in Idodi and Pawaga Divisions, Tanzania,” Global Livestock Collaborative Research Program, Research Brief 09-01-HALI, May 2009.
  20. Masozera, M., Erickson, J., Clifford, D., Coppolillo, P. and M. Nguvava, “Innovative Approaches to Evaluate Household Health and Livelihoods in Pastoral and Agropastoral Communities,” Global Livestock Collaborative Research Program, Research Brief 08-03-HALI, Nov. 2008.
  21. Erickson, J.D., “Public Knowledge, Open Access,” Editorial, Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies 15(1): 4, 2008.
  22. Erickson, J.D., “Big Shoes, Next Steps,” Editorial, Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies 14(2): 4, 2008.
  23. Erickson, J.D. and D. Batker, “Genuine Development in Ecuador,” Earth Economics Discussion Paper, Earth Economics, Tacoma, WA, 2007 (also available in Spanish as “Desarrollo Auténtico en Ecuador”).
  24. Erickson, J.D., “Property Rights,” Policy Brief, U.S. Society for Ecological Economics, 2007.
  25. Cox, G.L., Erickson, J.D., Porter, W.F. and A.M. Woods, “How would you invest in a sustainable future for your community? North Country respondents make their choices clear in research conducted by SUNY ESF and UVM,” Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies 14(1), 2007.
  26. Gates, J.E., Dawe, N.K., Erickson, J.D., Farley, J., Geist, V., Hands, H., Magee, P. and D.L. Trauger, “Perspectives on the Wildlife Society’s Economic Growth Policy Statement and the Development Process,” Wildlife Society Bulletin 34(2): 507-511, 2006.
  27. Erickson, J.D. and K. Limburg, “Balanced Growth Vital: Uncoordinated Development Harms Watersheds,” Poughkeepsie Journal, Mar. 7, 2004.
  28. Czech, B., Allen, E., Batker, D., Beier, P., Daly, H., Erickson, J., Garrettson, P., Geist, V., Gowdy, J., Greenwalt, L., Hands, H., Krausman, P., Magee, P., Miller, C., Novak, K., Pullis, G., Robinson, C., Santa-Barbara, J., Teer, J., Trauger, D. and C. Willer, “The Irontriangle: why The Wildlife Society needs to take a position on economic growth,” Wildlife Society Bulletin 31(2): 574-577, 2003.
  29. Malczynski, L.A., Paananen, O., Harris, D.L., Baker, A. and J.D. Erickson, “Dynamic Simulation Model of National Security Consequences from Energy Supply Disruptions,” Sand Report, SAND2002-3738, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, Nov. 2002.
  30. Trauger, D.L., Czech, B.M., Erickson, J.D., Garrettson, P.R., Kernohan, B.J. and C.A. Miller. “The Relationship of Economic Growth to Wildlife Conservation,” Wildlife Society Technical Review 2002-2, 2002, 80 pp.
  31. Gowdy, J.M. and J.D. Erickson, “The Strange Economics of Sustainability,” Letter to the Editor, Bioscience, 52(3): 212, 2002.
  32. Erickson, J.D. and J.M. Gowdy, “Global Warming Economics,” USSEE Newsletter 3(1): 3-4, 2002.
  33. Erickson, J.D., Book Review: Environment, Technology and Economic Growth: the Challenge to Sustainable Development by A. Tylecote and J. van der Straaten (Eds.), Environmental Values 10(1): 137-138, 2001.
  34. Erickson, J.D., “President’s Message,” Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies, 7(2), 2000.
  35. Erickson, J.D., “Looking at Development and Net Social Revenues,” The Saratogian, p. 4A, Jan. 5, 1999.
  36. Erickson, J.D., “Local Officials Should Pursue Growth through Plugging Leaks,” The Saratogian, p. 2B, Apr. 20, 1999.
  37. Contributing research and writing to Conrad et al., Modeling the Infrastructure Dynamics of China – Water, Agriculture, Energy, and Greenhouse Gases, Sand Report SAND98-1715, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, Aug. 1998.
  38. Erickson, J.D. and D. Chapman, “Nuclear Waste in the Wild West,” Letter to the Editor, World-Watch, 7(2), 1994.
  39. Erickson, J.D., “Radioactive Colonialism,” Community Ink, May 1993.
  40. Erickson, J.D., “City of Hope: Curitiba’s Innovative Solutions to Urban Problems,” Earthline, No. 1, 1993.
  41. Erickson, J.D., “Gas Pains: Kicking Our Oil Addiction,” Ithaca Times, Aug. 29, 1991
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