Daniel R. Brumbaugh (ed) -- This guide offers a synthesis of research findings on how marine protected areas (MPAs) can work to conserve shallow coral reef ecosystems in The Bahamas.
Elizabeth A. Johnson & Michael W. Klemens (eds) — In this wide-ranging collection, leading biological and social scientists, conservationists, and land use professionals examine how sprawl affects species and alters natural communities, ecosystems, and natural processes.
By: Erik Kiviat and Elizabeth A. Johnson. This comprehensive guide addresses questions about greenspaces and biodiversity in New York City, for land managers, policy makers, conservationists, researchers, consultants, educators, and students.
Elizabeth A. Johnson & Donald Smith (eds.) — From the rocky summits of the Adirondack High Peaks to the hundreds of miles of shoreline along the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes, New York State's rich mosaic of wild neighborhoods supports an abundant variety of life.
By: Elizabeth A. Johnson & Timon McPhearson — This colorful booklet highlights the importance of nature in New Jersey and provides recommendations for conserving it.
Francesca Grifo & Joshua Rosenthal (eds) — This brief guide summarizes for policymakers the consequences of biodiversity loss for human health, including threats to global supplies of food and fresh water, exposure to formerly rare diseases and opportunistic infections, and loss of important sources of medicines.