Much of our research takes final form in high-impact articles or books. But a considerable amount of our activity takes place in other mediums. There is no single formula for communicating research that operates at different speeds and rhythms, and we are committed to sharing our research in all its forms, from the fine-grained steps of partnering in community initiatives through to the high-resolution experiences of virtual reality and drone mapping.
• Kingsbury, P., and Secor, A. J. (Eds.). 2021. A Place More Void. University of Nebraska Press.
• Padgett, J.S., Engelhart, S.E., Kelsey, H.M., Witter, R.C., Cahill, N., and Hemphill-Haley, E., in press. Timing and amount of southern Cascadia earthquake subsidence over the past 1700 years at northern Humboldt Bay, California, USA. Geological Society of America Bulletin, doi:10.1130/B35701.1
• Aya Nassar. 2021. Geopoetics: Storytelling against mastery. Dialogues in Human Geography. doi:10.1177/2043820620986397
• Kincey, M.E., Rosser, N.J., Robinson, T.R., Densmore, A.L., Shrestha, R., Pujara, D., Oven, K.J., Williams, J.G., and Swirad, Z.M. 2021. Evolution of coseismic and post-seismic landsliding after the 2015 Mw 7.8 Gorkha earthquake, Nepal. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 126.
• Harriet Bulkeley. 2020. Climate changed urban futures: environmental politics in the Anthropocene city. Environmental Politics, online advance.
• Rahman, M.S., Donoghue, D.N. and Bracken, L.J., 2021. Is soil organic carbon underestimated in the largest mangrove forest ecosystems? Evidence from the Bangladesh Sundarbans. CATENA, 200, p.105159.
• Oliver Belcher and Jeremy J. Schmidt. 2021. “Being Earthbound: Arendt, Process, and Alienation in the Anthropocene.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 39(1): 103–20.
• Phil Steinberg wrote the preface to the recently published book: The Urbanisation of the Sea: From Concepts and Analysis to Design.
• Miles, B.W.J., Jordan, J.R., Stokes, C.R., Jamieson, S.S.R., Gudmundsson, G.H. and Jenkins, A. 2021. Recent acceleration of Denman Glacier (1972-2017), East Antarctica, driven by grounding line retreat and changes in ice tongue configuration. The Cryosphere, 15, 663-676.
• Hill, E.A., Gudmundsson, G.H., Carr, J.R., Stokes, C.R. and King, H.M. 2021. Twenty-first century response of Petermann Glacier, northwest Greenland to ice shelf loss. Journal of Glaciology, 67 (261), 147-157.
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