Books and Book Chapters

Book covers

Selected Books (Edited Books)

  1. Liu, J. and W. Taylor (2002). Integrating Landscape Ecology into Natural Resource Management. Cambridge, United Kingdom, Cambridge Univ. Press.
  2. Taylor, W. W., M. G. Schechter and L. G. Wolfson (2007). Globalization: Effects on Fisheries Resources, Cambridge University Press.
  3. Stern, P. C. and T. Dietz (2008). Public Participation in Environmental Assessment and Decision Making, National Academies Press.
  4. Dietz, T. and L. Kalof (2009). Introduction to Social Statistics: The Logic of Statistical Reasoning, John Wiley & Sons.
  5. Rosa, E. A., A. Diekmann, T. Dietz and C. C. Jaeger (2010). Human Footprints on the Global Environment: Threats to Sustainability, MIT Press.
  6. Dietz, T. and D. Bidwell (2011). Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region: Navigating an Uncertain Future, Michigan State University Press.
  7. Liu, J., V. Hull, A. T. Morzillo and J. A. Wiens (2011). Sources, Sinks and Sustainability, Cambridge University Press.
  8. Taylor, W. W., A. J. Lynch and M. G. Schechter (2011). Sustainable Fisheries: Multi-level Approaches to a Global Problem, American Fisheries Society.
  9. Taylor, W. W., A. J. Lynch and N. J. Leonard (2012). Great Lakes Fisheries Policy & Management: A Binational Perspective, Michigan State University Press.
  10. Dietz, T. and A. Jorgenson (2013). Structural Human Ecology: New Essays in Risk, Energy, and Sustainability, Washington State University Press.
  11. Peterson, M. N., T. Peterson and J. Liu (2013). The Housing Bomb: Why our Addiction to Houses Is Destroying the Environment and Threatening our Society, JHU Press.
  12. Taylor, W. W., A. J. Lynch and N. J. Leonard (2014). Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals, American Fisheries Society.
  13. Liu, J., V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Viña, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang (2016). Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability, Oxford University Press.
  14. Moran, E. F. (2016). People and Nature: An Introduction to Human Ecological Relations, John Wiley & Sons.
  15. Taylor, W. W., R. L. Welcomme, D. M. Bartley, C. I. Goddard and N. J. Leonard (2016). Freshwater, Fish and the Future: Proceedings of the Global Cross-Sectoral Conference, Food Agriculture Organization of the United, Nations.
  16. Krueger, C., W. Taylor and S.-J. Youn (2018). From Catastrophe to Recovery: Stories of Fishery Management Success, American Fisheries Society.
  17. Moran, E. F. (2018). Human Adaptability: An Introduction to Ecological Anthropology, Taylor & Francis.
  18. Moran, E. F. (2019). Human Adaptability, Economy Edition: An Introduction to Ecological Anthropology, Taylor & Francis Group.
  19. Moran, E. F. (2019). The Dilemma Of Amazonian Development, Taylor & Francis.
  20. Moran, E. F. and S. H. Lees (2019). The Ecosystem Concept In Anthropology, Taylor & Francis.
  21. Muir, A. M., C. C. Krueger, M. J. Hansen and S. C. Riley (2021). The Lake Charr Salvelinus namaycush: Biology, Ecology, Distribution, and Management, Springer International Publishing.

Selected Book Chapters

  1. Lynch, A. J., R. I. Arthur, C. Baigun, J. E. Claussen, K. Kangur, A. A. Koning, K. J. Murchie, B. J. E. Myers, G. L. Stokes, R. W. Tingley and S.-J. Youn (2021). Societal Values of Inland Fishes☆☆This article was reviewed for the Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, Second Edition by Section Editors, Catherine Febria and Gail Krantzberg. in Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Elsevier: https://doi.org/10.1016/B1978-1010-1012-819166-819168.800030-X.
  2. Liu, J. (2020). Telecoupling. in International Encyclopedia of Geography. D. Richardson, N. Castree, M.F. Goodchild, A. Kobayashi, W. Liu and R.A. Marston. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118786352.wbieg2049: 1-8.
  3. Tear, T. H., S. Nampindo, J. Liu, J. M. Scott, J. A. Wiens, B. VanHorne and D. D. Goble (2020). Conservation reliance is a human issue. in Shepherding Nature: The Challenge of Conservation Reliance, Cambridge University Press: 258-290.
  4. Javeline, D. and S. N. Chau (2019). Adaptation of ecosystems in the Anthropocene. in Research Handbook on Climate Change Adaptation Policy. E. C. H. Keskitalo and B. L. Preston, Edward Elgar Publishing: 438-455.
  5. Krueger, C. C., W. W. Taylor and S. J. Youn (2019). Fishery management success: Action, collaboration, communication, and commitment. in From Catastrophe to Recovery: Stories of Fishery Management Success. C. C. Krueger, W. W. Taylor and S. J. Youn, American Fisheries Society: 1-16.
  6. Liu, J., A. Herzberger, K. Kapsar, A. K. Carlson and T. Connor (2019). What is telecoupling? in Telecoupling: Exploring Land-Use Change in a Globalised World. C. Friis and J. Ø. Nielsen. Cham, Springer International Publishing: 19-48.
  7. Mandle, L., Z. Ouyang, J. Salzman, I. Bateman, C. Folke, A. D. Guerry, C. Li, J. Li, S. Li and J. Liu (2019). The case and movement for securing people and nature. in Green Growth That Works, Springer: 3-16.
  8. Ouyang, Z., C. Song, C. Wong, G. C. Daily, J. Liu, J. Salzman, L. Kong, H. Zheng and C. Li (2019). China: designing policies to enhance ecosystem services. in Green Growth That Works, Springer: 177-194.
  9. Ruckelshaus, M., G. C. Daily, S. Anstee, K. Arkema, O. Bayasgalan, C. Brandon, B. Chaplin-Kramer, H. Crowley, M. Feldman and A. Killmer (2019). Scaling pathways for inclusive green growth. in Green Growth That Works, Springer: 17-27.
  10. Stephens, M. R., S. J. Stephens and C. C. Krueger (2019). Lessons learned from more than one-hundred years of golden trout management and recovery in California. in From Catastrophe to Recovery: Stories of Fishery Management Success. C. C. Krueger, W. W. Taylor and S. J. Youn, American Fisheries Society: 19-43.
  11. Taylor, W. W., S. J. Youn and C. C. Krueger (2019). From catastrophe to recovery stories of fishery management success preface. in From Catastrophe to Recovery: Stories of Fishery Management Success. C. C. Krueger, W. W. Taylor and S. J. Youn, American Fisheries Society: IX-X.
  12. Pontius, R. G., J. C. Castella, T. de Nijs, Z. Q. Duan, E. Fotsing, N. Goldstein, K. Kok, E. Koomen, C. D. Lippitt, W. McConnell, A. M. Sood, B. Pijanowski, P. Verburg and A. T. Veldkamp (2018). Lessons and challenges in land change modeling derived from Synthesis of cross-case comparisons. in Trends in Spatial Analysis and Modelling: Decision-Support and Planning Strategies. M. Behnisch and G. Meinel. 19: 143-164.
  13. An, L., W. Yang, Z. Liang, A. Shortridge and J. G. Liu (2016). Demographic decisions and cascading consequences. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang: 96-108.
  14. Bartley, D. M., N. J. Leonard, S. J. Youn, W. W. Taylor, C. Baigun, C. Barlow, J. Fazio, C. Fuentevilla, J. Johnson, B. Kone, K. Meira, R. Metzner, P. Onyango, D. Pavlov, B. Riley, J. Ruff, P. Terbasket and J. Valbo-Jorgensen (2016). Moving towards effective governance of fisheries and freshwater resources. in Freshwater, Fish and the Future: Proceedings of the Global Cross-Sectoral Conference. W. W. Taylor, D. M. Bartley, C. I. Goddard, N. J. Leonard and R. Welcomme, Food Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: 251-279.
  15. Beard, T. D., E. H. Allison, D. M. Bartley, I. G. Cowx, S. J. Cooke, C. Fuentevilla, A. J. Lynch and W. W. Taylor (2016). Inland fish and fisheries: A call to action. in Freshwater, Fish and the Future: Proceedings of the Global Cross-Sectoral Conference. W. W. Taylor, D. M. Bartley, C. I. Goddard, N. J. Leonard and R. Welcomme, Food Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: 1-6.
  16. Carter, N., L. An and J. G. Liu (2016). Cross-site synthesis of complexity in coupled human and natural systems. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 203-217.
  17. Chen, X. D., V. Hull, W. Yang and J. G. Liu (2016). Human-nature interactions under policy interventions. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang: 160-171.
  18. Chen, X. D., W. Yang, V. Hull, L. An, T. Dietz, K. Frank, F. Lupi and J. G. Liu (2016). Social capital and social norms shape human-nature interactions. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 134-147.
  19. Cooke, S. J., D. M. Bartley, T. D. Beard, I. G. Cowx, C. I. Goddard, C. Fuentevilla, N. J. Leonard, A. J. Lynch, K. Lorenzen and W. W. Taylor (2016). Ideas to action: Ten steps to responsible inland fisheries that support livelihoods, food security, and healthy aquatic ecosystems. in Freshwater, Fish and the Future: Proceedings of the Global Cross-Sectoral Conference. W. W. Taylor, D. M. Bartley, C. I. Goddard, N. J. Leonard and R. Welcomme, Food Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: 343-351.
  20. Hull, V. and J. G. Liu (2016). A global icon for nature in the human-dominated world. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 3-14.
  21. Hull, V., W. McConnell, M. Linderman and J. G. Liu (2016). Toward a sustainable future. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 172-186.
  22. Hull, V., W. Yang, W. Liu, Y. C. Tan, J. Yang, H. M. Zhang, Z. Y. Ouyang and J. G. Liu (2016). Peek into a home for pandas and people. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 37-48.
  23. Hull, V., J. D. Zhang, W. Liu, J. Y. Huang, S. Q. Zhou, S. Bearer, W. H. Xu, M. N. Tuanmu, A. Vina, H. M. Zhang, Z. Y. Ouyang and J. G. Liu (2016). Pandas-people coexistence and competition. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 49-59.
  24. Liu, J. G., V. Hull, N. Carter, A. Vina and W. Yang (2016). Framing sustainability of coupled human and natural systems. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 15-31.
  25. Liu, J. G., V. Hull, J. Y. Luo, W. Yang, W. Liu, A. Vina, C. Vogt, Z. C. Xu, H. B. Yang, J. D. Zhang, L. An, X. D. Chen, S. X. Li, Z. Y. Ouyang, W. H. Xu and H. M. Zhang (2016). Human-nature interactions over distances. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 218-239.
  26. Liu, J. G., V. Hull, Z. Y. Ouyang and H. M. Zhang (2016). Future directions for coupled human and natural systems research. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 255-268.
  27. Liu, J. G., V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, L. An, N. Carter, X. D. Chen, W. Liu, Z. Y. Ouyang and H. M. Zhang (2016). Lessons from local studies for global sustainability. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 240-252.
  28. Liu, W., A. Vina, W. Yang, F. Lupi, Z. Y. Ouyang, H. M. Zhang and J. G. Liu (2016). Energy transition from fuelwood to electricity. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang: 120-133.
  29. Unver, O., L. Pluschke, B. Riley and S. J. Youn (2016). Water governance and management for sustainable development. in Freshwater, Fish and the Future: Proceedings of the Global Cross-Sectoral Conference. W. W. Taylor, D. M. Bartley, C. I. Goddard, N. J. Leonard and R. Welcomme, Food Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: 15-21.
  30. Vina, A. and J. G. Liu (2016). Landscape changes in space and time. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 72-83.
  31. Vina, A., M. N. Tuanmu and J. G. Liu (2016). Panda habitat transition. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 84-95.
  32. Vina, A., W. H. Xu, Z. Y. Ouyang and J. G. Liu (2016). Applying methods from local to regional scales. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 189-202.
  33. Yang, W., T. Dietz, W. Liu and J. G. Liu (2016). Quantifying human dependence on ecosystem services. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 60-71.
  34. Yang, W., F. Lupi, T. Dietz and J. G. Liu (2016). Dynamics of economic transformation. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 109-119.
  35. Yang, W., A. Vina, T. Dietz, V. Hull, D. Kramer, Z. Y. Ouyang and J. G. Liu (2016). Vulnerability and adaptation to natural disasters. in Pandas and People: Coupling Human and Natural Systems for Sustainability. J. Liu, V. Hull, W. Yang, A. Vina, X. Chen, Z. Ouyang and H. Zhang, Oxford University Press: 148-159.
  36. Youn, S. J., E. H. Allison, C. Fuentevilla, S. Funge-Smith, H. Triezenberg, M. Parker, S. Thilsted, P. Onyango, W. Akpalu, G. Holtgrieve, M. J. Good and S. Muise (2016). The underappreciated livelihood contributions of inland fisheries and the societal consequences of their neglect. in Freshwater, Fish and the Future: Proceedings of the Global Cross-Sectoral Conference. W. W. Taylor, D. M. Bartley, C. I. Goddard, N. J. Leonard and R. Welcomme, Food Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: 107-120.
  37. Eakin, H., R. DeFries, S. Kerr, E. F. Lambin, J. G. Liu, P. J. Marcotullio, P. Messerli, A. Reenberg, X. Rueda, S. R. Swaffield, B. Wicke and K. Zimmerer (2014). Significance of telecoupling for exploration of land-use change. in Rethinking Global Land Use in an Urban Era. K. C. Seto and A. Reenberg, The MIT Press: 141-161.
  38. Fingerle, A. and W. W. Taylor (2014). "If I know all the science in the world, I'm going to change the world"-The fisheries scientist's fallacy? in Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals. W. W. Taylor, A. J. Lynch and N. J. Leonard, American Fisheries Society: 257-261.
  39. Good, M. J. and J. F. Kocik (2014). The intern-mentor experience: A sample of the real world. in Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals. W. W. Taylor, A. J. Lynch and N. J. Leonard, American Fisheries Society: 31-37.
  40. Liu, J. G., V. Hull, E. Moran, H. Nagendra, S. R. Swaffield and B. L. Turner (2014). Applications of the telecoupling framework to land-change science. in Rethinking Global Land Use in an Urban Era. K. C. Seto and A. Reenberg, The MIT Press: 119-139.
  41. Lynch, A. J. and J. G. Liu (2014). Fisheries as coupled human and natural systems. in Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals. W. W. Taylor, A. J. Lynch and N. J. Leonard, American Fisheries Society: 459-465.
  42. McConnell, W. J. and C. A. Kull (2014). Deforestation in Madagascar Debates over the island's forest cover and challenges of measuring forest change. in Conservation and Environmental Management in Madagascar. I. R. Scales, Routledge: 67-104.
  43. Riley, B., W. W. Taylor and S. J. Youn (2014). Future of fisheries: Perspectives for emerging professionals epilogue. in Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals. W. W. Taylor, A. J. Lynch and N. J. Leonard, American Fisheries Society: 503-506.
  44. Schlee, K. and S. Moberly (2014). Go forth and tell them what you have to say! in Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals. W. W. Taylor, A. J. Lynch and N. J. Leonard, American Fisheries Society: 311-315.
  45. Tanner, H. A. and A. J. Lynch (2014). Fisheries decision making: Advice from the introduction of Pacific salmonids into the Great Lakes. in Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals. W. W. Taylor, A. J. Lynch and N. J. Leonard, American Fisheries Society: 371-376.
  46. Taylor, W. W., N. J. Leonard, S. J. Youn and C. P. Ferreri (2014). We are all in this together: Capitalizing on individual abilities for collective benefit. in Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals. W. W. Taylor, A. J. Lynch and N. J. Leonard, American Fisheries Society: 215-219.
  47. Youn, S. J., W. W. Taylor, C. P. Ferreri, N. J. Leonard and A. Fingerle (2014). Expand your horizons: The importance of stepping out of your comfort zone. in Future of Fisheries: Perspectives for Emerging Professionals. W. W. Taylor, A. J. Lynch and N. J. Leonard, American Fisheries Society: 159-164.
  48. Liu, J. G. (2013). Complex forces affect China's biodiversity. in Conservation Biology: Voices from the Tropics. P.H. Raven, N.S. Sodhi and L. Gibson. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118679838.ch24: 207-215.
  49. An, L., M. Linderman, G. M. He, Z. Y. Ouyang and J. G. Liu (2011). Long-term ecological effects of demographic and socioeconomic factors in Wolong Nature Reserve (China). in Human Population: Its Influences on Biological Diversity. R. P. Cincotta and L. J. Gorenflo, Springer. 214: 179-195.
  50. Lynch, A. J., C. M. Zuccarino-Crowe, W. W. Taylor and E. A. Puchala (2011). Sustainable fisheries: Addressing a global problem. in Sustainable Fisheries: Multi-Level Approaches to a Global Problem. W. W. Taylor, A. J. Lynch and M. G. Schechter, American Fisheries Society: XIII-XXIV.
  51. Reid, R. S., T. P. Tomich, J. Xu, H. Geist, A. Mather, R. S. DeFries, J. Liu, D. Alves, B. Agbola and E. F. Lambin (2006). Linking land-change science and policy: current lessons and future integration. in Land-use and land-cover change, Springer: 157-171.
  52. Taylor, W. W., S. Oh, N. J. Leonard, J. G. Liu, T. Dobson, Z. Y. Oltyang and R. M. Bratspies (2008). The impact of water security on freshwater fisheries management: A multinational perspective. in Reconciling Fisheries with Conservation, Vols I and Ii. J. Nielsen, J. J. Dodson, K. Friedland, T. R. Hamon, J. Musick and E. Verspoor. 49: 1843-+.
  53. Laurent, E. J., J. P. LeBouton, M. B. Walters and J. Liu (2002). Integrating human, satellite and avian perspectives of the landscape for analysis of forest bird distribution patterns. in Avian Landscape Ecology: Pure and Applied Issues in the Large-Scale Ecology of Birds. D. Chamberlain and A. Wilson, International Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE(UK)): 198-202.
  54. Lepczyk, C. A., A. G. Mertig and J. Liu (2002). Landowner perceptions and activities related to birds across rural-to-urban landscapes. in Avian Landscape Ecology: Pure and Applied Issues in the Large-Scale Ecology of Birds. D. Chamberlain and A. Wilson, International Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE(UK)): 251-259.
  55. Turner, M. G., T. R. Crow, J. Liu, D. Rabe, C. F. Rabeni, P. A. Soranno, W. W. Taylor, K. A. Vogt and J. A. Wiens (2002). Bridging the gap between landscape ecologyand natural resource management. in Integrating Landscape Ecology into Natural Resource Management. J. Liu and W. W. Taylor. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press: 433-460.