By: Elizabeth A. Johnson — This engaging illustrated guide gives an introduction to the local invertebrates one can see in various habitats of New York City and offers suggestions for where and when to search for them, along with information on how best to protect them.
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.
By: Richard Pearson — Driven to Extinction provides a balanced and well-reasoned insight into thepotential impacts of climate change on the diversity of life.
McEver, C., M. Domroese, E. Sterling, R. Bonney, J. Braus, F. Arengo, J. Shirk, R. Petty, and A. Toomey (editors) — Proceedings from the workshop, Engaging and Learning for Conservation: Public Participation in Scientific Research, held at the American Museum of Natural History on April 7 and 8, 2011.
By: Center for Biodiversity and Conservation, Discovery Tours — Information on biodiversity and conservation for anyone concerned with the impacts of tourism on fragile environments.
By: Jimin Lee & Jennifer Stenzel — This guide lists the fruits and vegetables that are typically most likely to have higher pesticide residue levels.
By: Jimin Lee & Jennifer Stenzel — This wallet card contains information on seasonal foods of the Northeastern United States.
By: Elizabeth A. Johnson — An illustrated guide to birds commonly found in Central Park, and an introduction to birding for young naturalists.
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 & Kefyn M. Catley — Life in the Leaf Litter is a guide to the diversity of soil organisms and the crucial role that invertebrates play in woodland ecosystems.