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Ioan Fazey, Niko Schäpke, Guido Caniglia, James Patterson, Johan Hultman, Barbara van Mierlo, Filippa Säwe, Arnim Wiek, Julia Wittmayer, Paulina Aldunce, Husam Al Waer, Nandini Battacharya, Hilary Bradbury, Esther Carmen, John Colvin, Christopher Cvitanovic, Marcella D’Souza, Maja Gopel, Bruce Goldstein, Timo Hämäläinen, Gavin Harper, Tom Henfry, Anthony Hodgson, Mark S. Howden, Andy Kerr, Matthias Klaes, Christopher Lyon, Gerald Midgley, Susanne Moser, Nandan Mukherjee, Karl Müller, Karen O’Brien, Deborah A. O’Connell, Per Olsson, Glenn Page, Mark S. Reed, Beverley Searle, Giorgia Silvestri, Viktoria Spaiser, Tim Strasser, Petra Tschakert, Natalia Uribe-Calvo, Steve Waddell, Jennifer Rao-Williams, Russell Wise, Ruth Wolstenholme, Mel Woods, Carina Wyborn, (2018), Ten essentials for action-oriented and second order energy transitions, transformations and climate change research. Energy Research & Social Science 40 54-70.

Stone-Jovicich, S., B. Goldstein, K. Brown, R. Plummer, and P. Olsson (2018), Expanding the contribution of the social sciences to social-ecological resilience research. Ecology and Society 23 (1) 41, doi: 10.5751/ES-10008-230141.

Goldstein, BE, C Chase, L Frankel-Goldwater, J Osborne-Gowey, J Risien and S Schweizer (2017), Transforming with a Soft Touch: Comparing Four Learning Networks. Syst. Res. Behav. Sci. 34 (5) 537-543, Times Cited: 6, issn: 1092-7026, ids: FK8NS, doi: 10.1002/sres.2479, Published SEP-OCT 2017.

Goldstein, BE, AT Wessells, R Lejano and W Butler (2015), Narrating Resilience: Transforming Urban Systems Through Collaborative Storytelling. Urban Stud. 52 (7) 1285-1303, Times Cited: 3, issn: 0042-0980, ids: CE5EL, doi: 10.1177/0042098013505653, Published MAY 2015.

Yabes, R. and B. E. Goldstein (2015), Collaborative Resilience to Episodic Shocks and Surprises: A Very Long-Term Case Study of Zanjera Irrigation in the Philippines 1979-2010. Soc. Sci. 4 (498) 469, doi: 10.3390/socsci4030469.

Goulette, N., L. Decker, M. Medley-Daniel, and B. E. Goldstein (2014), Adopting a Learning Network Approach for Growing Fire Adapted Communities. Fire Management Today 73 (3) 20-24.

Butler, W. H. and B. E. Goldstein (2010), The US Fire Learning Network: Springing a Rigidity Trap through Multi-scalar Collaborative Networks. Ecology and Society 15 (3) 21.

Goldstein, B. E. (2010), Epistemic Mediation: Aligning Expertise across Boundaries within an Endangered Species Habitat Conservation Plan. Planning Theory and Practice 11 (4) 523-547, doi: 10.1080/14649357.2010.525374.

Goldstein, B. E. (2010), The Weakness of Tight Ties: Why Scientists Almost Destroyed the Coachella Valley Multispecies Habitat Conservation Plan In Order To Save It. Environ. Manage. 46 (2) 268-284, doi: 10.1007/s00267-010-9522-2.

Goldstein, B. E. and W. H. Butler (2010), The U.S. Fire Learning Network:Providing a Narrative Framework for Restoring Ecossystems, Professions, and Institutions. Society and Natural Resources 23 (10) 935-951, doi: 10.1080/08941920903012494.

Goldstein, B. E., W. H. Butler, and R. B. Hull (2010), The U.S. Fire Learning Network: A Promising Conservation Strategy For Forestry. Journal of Forestry 108 (3) 121-125.

Goldstein, B.E. and W. H. Butler (2010), Expanding the Scope and Impact of Collaborative Planning: Combining Multi-stakeholder Collaboration and Communities of Practice in a Learning Network. Journal of the American Planning Association 76 (2) 238-249, doi: 10.1080/01944361003646463.

Goldstein, B. E. (2009), Resilience To Surprises Through Communicative Planning. Ecology and Society 14 (2) 33.

Goldstein, B.E. and W. H. Butler (2009), The Network Imaginary: Coherence and Creativity within a Multiscalar Collaborative Effort to Reform U.S. Fire Management. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 52 (8) 1013-1033, doi: 10.1080/09640560903327443.

Goldstein, B. E. and R. B. Hull (2008), Socially Explicit Fire Regimes. Society and Natural Resources 21 (6) 469-482, doi: 10.1080/08941920701648879.

Goldstein, B. E. (2007), Skunkworks In the Embers of the Cedar Fire: Enhancing Societal Resilience in the Aftermath of Disaster. Hum. Ecol. 36 (1) 15-28, doi: 10.1007/s10745-007-9133-6.

Goldstein, B. E. (2007), The Futility of Reason: Incommensurable Differences Between Sustainability Narratives in the Aftermath of the 2003 San Diego Cedar Fire. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 9 (4) 227-244, doi: 10.1080/15239080701622766.

Letourneau, D. K. and B. E. Goldstein (2001), Pest Damage and Arthropod Community Structure in Organic vs. Conventional Tomato Production in California. Journal of Applied Ecology 38 (3) 557-570.

Goldstein, B. E. (1997), UNI-GIS. InfoText 53 (Fall) 3-4.

Goldstein, B. E. (1992), Can Ecosystem Management Turn an Administrative Patchwork into a Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem?. The Northwest Environmental Journal 8 (2) 285-324.

Goldstein, B. E. (1992), The Struggle Over Ecosystem Management at Yellowstone. BioScience 42 (3) 183-187, doi: 10.2307/1311823.

Goldstein, B. E. (1991), The Folly of the Exxon Valdez Cleanup. The Earth Island Journal 6 (1) 30-31.

Goldstein, B. E. (1989), Sewage Treatment - Naturally. Renewable Resources Journal 7 (2) 5-11.

Goldstein, B. E. (1988), Canada Proposes Nuclear Subs. World Watch 1 (1) 8-9.

Goldstein, B. E. (1988), High and Dry: Ground-water Mining in the United States. World Watch 1 (1) 41-44.

Goldstein, B. E. (1988), Indonesia Considers Resettlement. World Watch 1 (2) 6-7.

Goldstein, B. E. (1988), Natural Sewage Treatment. World Watch 1 (3) 10-11.

Goldstein, B. E. (1988), Rising Seas May Drown Wetlands. World Watch 1 (2) 40-41.

Goldstein, B. E. (1988), Superconductivity Meets Resistance. World Watch 1 (1) 13.

Goldstein, B. E. (1988), The Greening of the World Bank?. World Watch 1 (1) 4-5.


Goldstein, B. E. (2011), Collaborative Resilience: Moving Through Crisis to Opportunity., Ed. Goldstein, B. E., 376 pp., MIT Press.

Chapter in a Book

Goldstein, B. E. (2011), Introduction To Planning For Disaster: Building Resilience Through Collaboration. Collaborative Resilience: Moving Through Crisis to Opportunity , Ed. Goldstein, B. E.1-15, MIT Press.

Goldstein, B. E. and H. Rogers (2007), Modeling without end: Conflict across organizational and disciplinary boundaries in habitat conservation planning. Models & Modeling as Foundations for the Future in Mathematics Education , Ed. R. Lesh, E. Hamilton, and J. J. Kaput, Lawrence Erlbaum Publishing Company.

Hull, R. B. and B. E. Goldstein (2006), Fire Regime Barriers to Community-Directed Restoration. The Public and Wildland Fire Management: Social Science Findings for Managers , Ed. S. M. McCaffrey77-85, Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-1, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service.

Goldstein, B. E. (1999), Combining Science and Place-based Knowledge: Pragmatic and Visionary Approaches to Bioregional Understanding. Bioregionalism , Ed. M. J. McGinnis157-170, Routledge.


Goldstein, B., et al. (2018), Transformative Learning Networks: Guidelines and Insights for Netweavers. CSTPR White Paper 2018-01 .

Goldstein, B. E. (2007), Habitat Conservation Planning and the End of Endangered Species 'Trainwrecks'. Published in collection of papers from recipients of Morris K. Udall doctoral dissertation fellowship, online as part of the 10th Anniversary of the Morris K. Udall Foundation .

Editorial Material

Doak, DF, VJ Bakker, BE Goldstein and B Hale (2014), What is the future of conservation?. Trends Ecol. Evol. 29 (2) 77-81, Times Cited: 28, ELSEVIER SCIENCE LONDON, LONDON, issn: 0169-5347, ids: AC7YD, doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2013.10.013, Published FEB 2014.