|Residential landscapes as social-ecological systems: a synthesis of multi-scalar interactions between people and their home environment|
EM Cook, SJ Hall, KL Larson
Urban Ecosystems 15 (1), 19-52, 2012
|A multi-scalar approach to theorizing socio-ecological dynamics of urban residential landscapes|
R Roy Chowdhury, K Larson, M Grove, C Polsky, EM Cook, J Onsted, ...
Cities and the Environment (CATE) 4 (1), 6, 2011
|The influence of diverse values, ecological structure, and geographic context on residents’ multifaceted landscaping decisions|
KL Larson, EM Cook, C Strawhacker, SJ Hall
Human Ecology 38 (6), 747-761, 2010
|Meta-studies in land use science: Current coverage and prospects|
J Van Vliet, NR Magliocca, B Büchner, EM Cook, JMR Benayas, EC Ellis, ...
Ambio 45 (1), 15-28, 2016
|Communicating with the public: opportunities and rewards for individual ecologists|
ML Pace, SE Hampton, KE Limburg, EM Bennett, EM Cook, AE Davis, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8 (6), 292-298, 2010
|Phosphorus in Phoenix: a budget and spatial representation of phosphorus in an urban ecosystem|
GS Metson, RL Hale, DM Iwaniec, EM Cook, JR Corman, CS Galletti, ...
Ecological Applications 22 (2), 705-721, 2012
|A broader framing of ecosystem services in cities: benefits and challenges of built, natural, or hybrid system function|
NB Grimm, EM Cook, RL Hale, DM Iwaniec
The Routledge Handbook of Urbanization and Global Environmental Change …, 2016
|A comparative gradient approach as a tool for understanding and managing urban ecosystems|
CG Boone, EM Cook, SJ Hall, ML Nation, NB Grimm, CB Raish, DM Finch, ...
Urban Ecosystems 15 (4), 795-807, 2012
|Top-down vs. bottom-up regulation of herbaceous primary production and composition in an arid, urbanizing ecosystem|
MK Davis, EM Cook, SL Collins, SJ Hall
Journal of Arid Environments 116, 103-114, 2015
|The framing of urban sustainability transformations|
DM Iwaniec, EM Cook, O Barbosa, NB Grimm
Sustainability 11 (3), 573, 2019
|Social–ecological dynamics of residential landscapes: human drivers of management practices and ecological structure in an urban ecosystem context|
KL Larson, S Hall, E Cook, B Funke, C Strawhacker, K Turner
Workshop report.[online] URL: http://caplter. asu. edu/docs/papers/2008 …, 2008
|Mixed method approach to assess atmospheric nitrogen deposition in arid and semi-arid ecosystems|
EM Cook, R Sponseller, NB Grimm, SJ Hall
Environmental Pollution 239, 617-630, 2018
|Toward participatory decision-making in river corridor management: two case studies from the European Alps|
B Mazzorana, A Nardini, F Comiti, G Vignoli, E Cook, H Ulloa, A Iroumé
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 61 (7), 1250-1270, 2018
|The co-production of sustainable future scenarios|
DM Iwaniec, EM Cook, MJ Davidson, M Berbés-Blázquez, M Georgescu, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 197, 103744, 2020
|Urban biogeochemical flux analysis|
NB Grimm, RL Hale, EM Cook, DM Iwaniec
The Routledge Handbook of Urban Ecology, 527-544, 2010
|Direct and indirect ecological consequences of human activities in urban and native ecosystems|
Arizona State University, 2014
|Lack of toxicity of oral and intrapulmonary group B streptococcal lipoteichoic acid|
F Cox, E Cook, C Lutcher
Pediatric research 20 (11), 1168-1173, 1986
EM Cook, RL Hale, AP Kinzig, JM Grove
Encyclopedia of Biodiversity: Second Edition, 2013
|Integrating existing climate adaptation planning into future visions: A strategic scenario for the central Arizona–Phoenix region|
DM Iwaniec, EM Cook, MJ Davidson, M Berbés-Blázquez, NB Grimm
Landscape and Urban Planning 200, 103820, 2020
|A social-ecological-technical systems approach to understanding urban complexity and building climate resilience|
N Grimm, MB Blasquez, M Chester, E Cook, P Groffman, D Iwaniec, ...
MDPI AG, 2018