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Graham, J. B., Nassauer, J. I. Currie, W. S., Herbert, S., Negri, C. 2017. Assessing wild bees in perennial bioenergy landscapes: effects of bioenergy crop composition, landscape configuration, and bioenergy crop area. Landscape Ecology.
Currie, W. S., Kiger, S., Nassauer, J. I., Hutchins, M., Marshall, L. L., Brown, D. G., ... & Hart, S. K. 2016.Multi‐Scale Heterogeneity In Vegetation And Soil Carbon In Exurban Residential Land Of Southeastern MI. Ecological Applications.
Visscher, R. S., Nassauer, J. I., & Marshall, L. L. 2016. Homeowner preferences for wooded front yards and backyards: Implications for carbon storage. Landscape and Urban Planning, 146, 1-10.
Daloğlu, I., J. I. Nassauer, R. L. Riolo, D. Scavia. 2014. An integrated social and ecological modeling framework-impacts of agricultural conservation practices on water quality. Ecology and Society, Vol 19 (3).
Daloğlu, I., J. I. Nassauer, R. L. Riolo, D. Scavia. 2014. Development of a farmer typology of agricultural conservation behaviors in the American Corn Belt. Agricultural Systems, Vol. 129, pp 93-102.
Magliocca, N. R., Brown, D. G., McConnell, V. D., Nassauer, J. I., & Westbrook, S. E. (2014). Effects of alternative developer decision-making models on the production of ecological subdivision designs: experimental results from an agent-based model. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 41(5), 907-927.
Nassauer, J. I. 2014. Actionable urban ecology in China and the world: Integrating ecology and planning for sustainable cities. Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 125, pp 207-208.
Nassauer, J. I., D. A. Cooper, L. L. Marshall, W. S. Currie, M. Hutchins, D. G. Brown. 2014. Parcel size related to household behaviors affecting carbon storage in exurban residential landscapes. Landscape and urban Planning, Vol. 129, pp 55-64.
Nassauer, J. I., Raskin, J. 2014. Urban vacancy and land use legacies: A frontier for urban ecological research, design, and planning. Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. `125, pp 245-253.
Visscher, R. S., J. I. Nassauer, D. G. Brown, W. S. Currie, D. C. Parker. 2014. Exurban residential household behaviors and values: Influence of parcel size and neighbors on carbon storage potential. Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 132, pp 37-46.
Wang, Z., P. Y. Tan, T. Zhang, J. I. Nassauer 2014. Perspectives on narrowing the action gap between landscape science and metropolitan governance: Practice in the US and China. Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 125, pp 329-334.
Churchward, C., Palmer, J. F., Nassauer, J. I., & Swanwick, C. A. (2013). Evaluation of Methodologies for Visual Impact Assessments. National Cooperative Highway Resarch Program. Washington, D.C.
Erdem, M., & Nassauer, J. I. (2013). Design of Brownfield Landscapes Under Different Contaminant Remediation Policies in Europe and the United States. Landscape Journal, 32(2), 277–292.
Opdam, P., Nassauer, J. I., Wang, Z., Albert, C., Bentrup, G., Castella, J.-C., McAlpine, C., et al. (2013). Science for action at the local landscape scale. Landscape Ecology, 28(8), 1439–1445.
Marshall, L. M., J. I. Nassauer. 2013. Design and Planning of Residential Landscapes to Manage the Carbon Cycle: Invention and Variation in Land Use and Land Cover (in) D. Brown et al. (eds.) Land Use and the Carbon Cycle: Advances in Integrated Science, Management, and Policy. Cambridge University Press.
Nassauer, J. I. 2012. Landscape as medium and method for synthesis in urban ecological design. Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 106, pp 221-229.
Nassauer, J. I. 2012. Design Futures for Industrial Saginaw, UM SNRE, 45 pp.
Nassauer, J.I., J.A. Dowdell, Z. Wang, D. McKahn, B. Chilcott, C. L. King, S. Secchi. 2011. Iowa farmers' responses to transformative scenarios for Corn Belt agriculture. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, Vol. 66 (1), pp 18A-24A.
Nassauer, J.I. 2011. Care and stewardship: From home to planet. Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 100, pp 321-333.
Nassauer, J.I. 2010. Rural landscape change as a product of US federal policy (in) J. Primdahl and S. Swaffield (eds.) Globalisation and Agricultural Landscapes: Change Patterns and Policy Trends in Developed Countries. Cambridge University Press.
Gobster, P.H., J.I. Nassauer, and D.J. Nadenicek. 2010. Landscape Journal and Scholarship in Landscape Architecture: The Next 25 Years. Landscape Journal 29: 52-70.
An, L., Brown, D. G., Nassauer, J. I., & Low, B. (2011). Variations in development of exurban residential landscapes: timing, location, and driving forces. Journal of Land Use Science, 6(1), 13–32. doi:10.1080/1747423X.2010.500686
Nassauer, J.I., Wang, Z. , Dayrell, E. 2009. What will the neighbors think? Cultural norms and ecological design. Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 92, pp 282-292
Nassauer, J. I., and P. Opdam. 2008. Design in science: Extending the landscape ecology paradigm. Landscape Ecology 23: 633-644.
Nassauer, J.I., VanWieren, R. 2008. Vacant Property Now & Tomorrow: Building enduring values with natural assets. Ann Arbor, MI: Sea Grant, Michigan, Genesee Institute, Genesee County Land Bank, School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Michigan.
Nassauer, J.I., VanWieren, R., Wang, Z., and Kahn, D. Vacant Land as a Natural Asset: Enduring Land Values Created by Care and Ownership.April 2008. Research report for the Genesee Institute.
Nassauer, J.I. 2008. Different Futures for Farmland and the Gulf. Societal and Environmental Implications of Alternative Futures. Presentation given at the Clean Water Network Caucus, Memphis, February 2008.
Gobster, P.H., Nassauer, J.I., Daniel, T.C., Fry, G. 2007. The shared landscape: what does aesthetics have to do with ecology? Landscape Ecology, 22: pp. 959-972
Nassauer, J. I., and D. M. Wascher. 2007. The Globalized Landscape: Rural Landscape Change and Policy in the United States and European Union. In Political Economies of Landscape Change. J. Wescoat & D. Johnston, ed. Springer Press, Dordrecht, Netherlands. Pps. 169-194
Nassauer, J. I., M. V. Santelmann and D. Scavia. 2007. From the Corn Belt to the Gulf: Societal and Environmental Implications of Alternative Agricultural Futures. Resources for the Future Press. Washington, D.C. 260 pp. Chapter 16, Color Insert
Brown, D.G., Robinson, D.T., An, L., Nassauer J.I., Zellner, M., Rand, W., Riolo, R., Page, S.E., Low, B., and Wang, Z. 2007. Exurbia from the bottom-up: Confronting empirical challenges to characterizing a complex system. Geoforum, doi:10.1016/j.geoforum.2007.02.010
Helfand, Gloria E.; Park, Joon Sik; Nassauer, Joan I.; and Kosek, Sandra. 2006. The Economics of Native Plants in Residential Landscape Designs. Landscape and Urban Planning, 78: pp. 229-240
Nassauer, J. I. 2006. Landscape planning and conservation biology: Systems thinking revisited. Conservation Biology. 20(3): pp. 677-678
Nassauer, J. I. 2005. Using Cultural Knowledge to Make New Landscape Patterns. In Issues in Landscape Ecology. J. A. Wiens and M. R. Moss, eds. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge UK. Pp. 274-280. Revised from Culture as a Means of Experimentation and Action. In Issues in Landscape Ecology J. A. Wiens and M. R. Moss, eds. International Association for Landscape Ecology.
Corry, R.C., and Nassauer, J.I. 2005. Limitations of using landscape pattern indices to evaluate the ecological consequences of alternative plans and designs. Landscape and Urban Planning. 72(4): pp. 265-280
Fernandez, L. E., Brown, D.G., Marans, R. W., Nassauer, J. I. 2005.Characterizing Location Preferences in an Exurban Population: Implications for Agent-Based Modeling. Environmental Planning B 32:799-820.
Dowdell, J., Fraker, H., and Nassauer, J. 2005. Replacing a Shopping Center with an Ecological Neighborhood. 2005. Places. 17 (3): pp. 66-68. A discussion of the Phalen Wetland Park Project. St. Paul, Minnesota.
Nassauer, J.I. 2004. Monitoring the success of metropolitan wetland restorations: Cultural sustainability and ecological function. Wetlands. 24(4): pp. 756-765
Nassauer, J.I., and Corry, R.C. 2004. Using normative scenarios in landscape ecology. Landscape Ecology. 19: pp. 343-356
Nassauer, J.I., Allan, J.D., Johengen, T., Kosek, S.E., and Infante, D. 2004. Exurban residential subdivision development: Effects on water quality and public perception. Urban Ecosystems. 7: pp. 267–281
M.V. Santelmann, D. White, K. Freemark, J.I. Nassauer, J.M. Eilers, K.B. Vaché, B.J. Danielson, R.C. Corry, M.E. Clark, S. Polasky, R.M. Cruse, J. Sifneos, H. Rustigian, C. Coiner, J.Wu and D. Debinski. 2004. Assessing alternative futures for agriculture in Iowa, U.S.A. Landscape Ecology.19: pp. 357–374
Nassauer, J. I. 2003. Methodological Challenges for Defining and Measuring Agricultural Landscape Indicators. p. 37-46 In Agricultural Impacts on Landscapes: Developing Indicators for Policy Analysis, W. Dramstad and C. Sogge, eds. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and Norwegian Institute of Land Inventory. 329 pp.
Hager, Mary Catherine. 2003. Low-Impact Development: Lot Level Approaches to Stormwater Management are Gaining Ground. Stormwater, January/February 2003
Nassauer, J. I. 2002. Ecological Science and Design: A Necessary Relationship. Pp.217-230. In Ecology and Design: Frameworks for Learning, B. Johnson and K. Hill, eds. Island Press, Washington, D. C. 530 pp.
Nassauer, J. I. 2002. Agricultural landscapes in harmony with nature. pp. 189-193. (Revised and reprinted from Visions of American Agriculture, Wm. Lockeretz, ed. 1997) In Fatal Harvest, Douglas Tompkins, ed. Island Press, Washington, D. C. 384 pp.
Nassauer, J. I., Corry, R. C., and Cruse, R. 2002. The landscape in 2025: Alternative future landscape scenarios, a means to consider agricultural policy. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 57(2): pp. 44A-53A
Nassauer, J. I., Kosek, S. E., and Corry, R. C. 2001. Meeting public expectations with ecological innovation in riparian landscapes. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 37(6): pp 1-5.
Nassauer, J.I. 1998. Urban Ecological Retrofit. Landscape Journal. Special Issue. 15-17
Nassauer, J. I. 1997. Agricultural landscapes in harmony with nature, in Visions of American Agriculture, Wm. Lockeretz, ed., Iowa State University Press.
Nassauer, J. I., 1997. Cultural sustainability: Aligning aesthetics and ecology. In Placing Nature: Culture and Landscape Ecology. J. I. Nassauer, ed. Island Press. Washington, D. C.
Nassauer, J. I. 1995. Culture and changing landscape structure. Landscape Ecology. 10(4): pp. 229-237
Nassauer, J. I. 1995. Messy ecosystems, orderly frames. Landscape Journal. 14(2): pp. 161-170.
Nassauer, J. I. 1993. Ecological Function and the Perception of Suburban Residential Landscapes. In Gobster, P.H., ed., Managing Urban and High Use Recreation Settings, General Technical Report, USDA Forest Service North Central Forest Exp. Sta., St. Paul, MN.
Nassauer, J.I. 1992. The appearance of ecological systems as a matter of policy. Landscape Ecology. 6(4): pp 239-250
Nassauer, J.I. 1989. The Aesthetic Benefits of Agricultural Land. Renewable Resources Journal 7:4.
Nassauer, J.I. 1989. Agricultural policy and aesthetic objectives. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 44(5): pp.384-387.
Nassauer, J.I. 1988. Landscape care: Perceptions of local people in landscape ecology and sustainable development. Landscape and Land Use Planning, 8: pp. 27-41. American Society of Landscape Architects, Washington DC.
Nassauer, J.I. 1988. The aesthetics of horticulture: Neatness as a form of care. HortScience. 23(6): pp. 973-977.
Nassauer, J.I., and Westmacott, R. 1987. Progressiveness among farmers as a factor in heterogeneity of farmed landscapes. In Landscape Heterogeneity and Disturbance, M.G. Turner, (ed.), Springer-Verlag.
Coen, D., J.I. Nassauer, and R. Tuttle. 1987. Landscape Architecture in the Rural Landscape. Landscape Architecture Technical Information Series 10, 7:1. American Society at Landscape Architects, Washington, DC.
Nassauer, J.I. 1986. Caring for the Countryside. U of MN Agricultural Experiment Station. St. Paul. AD-SB-3017.
Nassauer, J.I. 1985. Bringing Science to Landscape Architecture. CELA Forum 1:5.
Nassauer, J.I. 1985. Managing Career and Family: The Experience of Women Landscape Architects. Landscape Journal. 4:1.
Nassauer, J.I., Benner, M.K. 1984. Visual Preferences for a Coastal Landscape Including Oil and Gas Development. Journal of Environmental Management 18. 323-338.
Nassauer, J.I. 1983. Oil and Gas Development in a Coastal Landscape: Visual Preferences and Management Implications. Coastal Zone Management Journal. 11:3.
Nassauer, J.I. 1983. Framing the Landscape in Photographic Simulation.Journal of Environmental Management. 16:4.
Nassauer, J.I., Arnold, K. 1983. The National Survey of Career Patterns Among Women in Landscape Architecture. Published by the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Nassauer, J.I. 1983. Forked Paths: A New Survey Confirms the Gender Gap Among Professionals. Landscape Architecture Magazine. P 76
Nassauer, J. 1979. Managing for Naturalness in Wildlands and Agricultural Lands. In Our National Landscape. USDA General Technical Report PSW-35, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, Berkeley, California.
Nassauer, J. 1977. Natural Resource Decisions as Art. Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Minneapolis.