Faculty & Staff Research

Publications by Global Institute Faculty

Books by Global Institute Faculty

Global Institute members Ann Camp and Mary Tyrrell contributed to the chapter “Earth, Wind, and Fire: Abiotic factors and the impacts of Global Environmental Change on Forest Health” in the new book Forest Health: An Integrated Perspective, edited by John D. Castello and Stephen A. Teale.

Managing Forest Carbon in a Changing Climate. Edited by Mark S. Ashton, Mary L. Tyrrell, Deborah Spalding, and Bradford Gentry, 2012, Springer.

Mary Tyrrell and Neil Sampson, Predicting Future Water Quality from Land Use Change Projections in the Catskill-Delaware Watershed (2008)
Study quantifying land cover changes in NYC’s watershed and its impacts on water quality, funded by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, with additional support from the McIntire-Stennis program and the Edna Bailey Sussman Fund.

Restoring Degraded Landscapes with Native Species in Latin America. Edited by Florencia Montagnini and Christopher Finney, 2011 Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Agroforestry as a Tool for Landscape Restoration. Edited by Florencia Montagnini, Wendy Francesconi and Esteban Rossi, 2011 Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Global Environmental Forest Policies. Constance McDermott, Benjamin Cashore and Peter Kanowski, 2012, Routledge.
Highlands Regional Study: Connecticut and Pennsylvania 2010 Update
This is an update to the original 2008 study, to which Global Institute members contributed, which identifies conservation focal areas, the impact of land use change on natural resources, and conservation strategies for the Highlands.

Sampling Strategies for Natural Resources and the EnvironmentTimothy G. Gregoire and Harry T. Valentine, 2008 Chapman & Hall/CRC

Environmental Services of Agroforestry Systems. Edited by Florencia Montagnini, 2005 Haworth Press

Tropical Forest Ecology: The Basis for Conservation and Management. Florencia Montagnini and Carl F. Jordan, 2005 Springer-Verlag

Governing Through Markets: Forest Certification and the Emergence of Non-State Authority. Benjamin Cashore, Graeme Auld and Deanna Newsom, 2004 Yale University Press.

Winner of the 2004 Harold and Margaret Sprout Award sponsored by the Environmental Studies Section of the International Studies Association.

Confronting Sustainability: Forest Certification in Developing and Transitioning Societies.  Edited by Benjamin Cashore, Fred Gale, Errol Meidinger and Deanna Newsom, 2006 Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Publication Series. Download the pdf here.

The Silvicultural Basis For Agroforestry Systems. Edited by Florencia Montagnini and Mark Ashton, 1999 Chapman & Hall/CRC

Forest Stand Dynamics, Update Edition. Chadwick D. Oliver and Bruce C. Larson, 1996 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.


Articles and Chapters by Global Institute Faculty

Cashore, B., I.J. Visseren-Hamakers, P. Caro Torres, W. de Jong, A. Denvir, D. Humphreys, K. McGinley, G. Auld, S. Lupberger, C. McDermott, S. Sax, and D. Yin. 2016. Can Legality Verification enhance local rights to forest resources? Piloting the policy learning protocol in the Peruvian forest context. Executive Summary. International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) and Yale University’s Governance, Environment and Markets (GEM) Initiative. http://www.iufro.org/science/divisions/division-9/90000/90500/90505/publications/

Chhetri, P.B., S. Katwal, T. Dukpa, S. Drukgyel, and T.G. Gregoire. 2016. The Randomized Branch Sampling – A Cost Effective Estimation Method of Above Ground Biomass. Indian Forester 142(1): 47-61. http://www.indianforester.co.in/index.php/indianforester/article/view/87174

Duguid, M.C., Morrell, E.H., Goodale, E. and M.S. Ashton. 2016. Changes in breeding bird abundance and species composition over a 20 year chronosequence following shelterwood harvests in oak-hardwood forests. Forest Ecology and Management 376:221-230. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2016.06.010

Gregoire, T.G., A.H. Ringvall, G. Stahl and E. Naesset. 2016. Conditioning post-stratified inference following two-stage, equal-probability sampling. Environmental and Ecological Statistics 23(1): 141-154. doi: 10.1007/s10651-015-0332-9

Gregoire, T. G., E. Naesset, R. E. McRoberts, G. Stahl, H.-E. Andersen, T. Gobakken, L. Ene, and R. Nelson. 2016. Statistical rigor in LiDAR-assisted estimation of aboveground forest biomass. Remote Sensing of Environment 173:98-108. doi: 10.1016/j.rse.2015.11.012

Lu, ZY., C. Peters, M. Ashton, JC. Feng, and DY. Xue. 2016. The Effect of Forest Tenure on Forest Composition in a Miao Area of Guizhou, China. Mountain Research and Development 32(2) 193-202. doi: 10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-15-00057.1

Martin, M.P., C. Simmons, and M.S. Ashton. 2016. Survival is not enough: The effects of microclimate on the growth and health of three common urban tree species in San Francisco, California. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. doi: 10.1016/j.ufug.2016.06.004

Oliver, Chadwick D., James B. McCarter, Jeffrey M. Comnick, Kevin Ceder, Christopher S. Nelson.  2009 “Simulating Landscape Change Using the Landscape Management System,” in Models for Planning Wildlife Conservation in Large Landscapes.

Owais, G., L.A. McKay, T.G. Gregoire, Y. Guan, B.P. Leaderer, and T.R. Holford. 2016. Spatiotemporal calibration and resolution refinement of output from deterministic models. Statistics in Medicine 35(14): 2422-2440. DOI: 10.1002/sim.6867

Salas, C., Gregoire, T. G., Craven, D. J. and Gilabert, H. 2016. Modelación del crecimiento de bosques: estado del arte. (Forest growth modeling: the state of the art). Bosque 37 (1).

Saxena, A., B. Guneralp, R. Bailis, G. Yohe, and C. Oliver. 2016. Evaluating the resilience of forest dependent communities in Central India by combining the sustainable livelihoods framework and the cross scale resilience analysis. Current Science 110(7):1195-1207. http://www.currentscience.ac.in/Volumes/110/07/1195.pdf