Peer-reviewed Journal Articles
- Tidball, KG. 2014. Seeing the forest for the trees: Hybridity and social-ecological symbols, rituals and resilience in post-disaster contexts. Part of a special issue “Exploring Social-Ecological Resilience through the Lens of the Social Sciences: Contributions, Critical Reflections and Constructive Debate,” Ecology and Society, 19(4) 25.
- Tidball, KG & RC Stedman. 2013. Positive Dependency and Virtuous Cycles: From Resource Dependence to Resilience in Urban Social-Ecological Systems. Ecological Economics 86: 292–299.
- Tidball, KG. 2012. Urgent Biophilia: Human-Nature interactions and biological attractions in disaster resilience. Ecology and Society. 17(2): 5.
- Tidball, KG & Elon D. Weinstein. 2011. Applying the Environment Shaping Methodology: Conceptual and Practical Challenges. Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 5(4): 369-394.
- Tidball, KG. 2010. Greening in the Red Zone: Green Space and Disaster Resistance, Recovery and Resilience. Anthropology News, Commentary, Volume 51, Issue 7.
- Tidball, KG, ME Krasny, E Svendsen, L Campbell, & K Helphand. 2010. Stewardship, Learning, and Memory in Disaster Resilience. “Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems: the Role of Learning and Education,” Special Issue of Environmental Education Research, 16(5): 341-357.
- Weinstein, ED and KG Tidball. 2007. Environment Shaping: an Alternative Approach to Development and Aid. Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 1(1): 67-85.
- Krasny, ME and K. G. Tidball. 2014. Civic Ecology: Adaptation and Transformation from the Ground Up. MIT Press. http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/civic-ecology
- Oswald-Spring, U., H.G. Brauch, K. G. Tidball, Editors. 2014. Expanding Peace Ecology: Peace, Security, Sustainability, Equity and Gender. Springer-Verlag.
- Tidball, KG and ME Krasny, Editors. 2013. Greening in the Red Zone: Disaster, Resilience and Community Greening. Springer-Verlag, Netherlands.
- K.G. Tidball. 2015. Terrorist Threats to Food and Water Supplies. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Food Issues, Chapter: Terrorist Threats to Food and Water Supplies, Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc. Editor: Ken Albala, pp.1375-1376.
- Richard C. Stedman, BL Amsden, TA Beckley, and Keith G. Tidball. 2014. Photo Based Methods for Understanding Place Meanings: A Focus on Risk and Restoration. In book: Place Attachment: Advances in Theory, Methods and Research, Chapter: Photo Based Methods for Understanding Place Meanings: A Focus on Risk and Restoration, Publisher: Routledge, Editors: L. Manzo, P. Devine-Wright, .
Reports and Extension Publications
- DuBois, Bryce and Tidball, Keith G. (2013). Greening in Coastal New York Post-Sandy #CEL004. In Cornell Civic Ecology Lab (Ed.), Civic Ecology Lab White Paper Series (pp. 42). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University. 2013-DuBois
- Tidball, Keith G. (2013). The New York Extension Disaster Education Program: Testimony before the New York Legislature Standing Committee on Environmental Conservation’s Hearing on Effects of Extreme Weather Events #CEL003. In Cornell Civic Ecology Lab (Ed.), Civic Ecology Lab White Paper Series (pp. 6). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University. 2013-Tidball
- Tidball, Keith G. (2013). Returning Warriors and Environmental Education Opportunities: Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Restoration for Veterans #CEL002. In Cornell Civic Ecology Lab (Ed.), Civic Ecology Lab White Paper Series (pp. 17). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University. Tidball-2013-warriors
- Tidball, Keith G., Svendsen, Erika S., Campbell, Lindsay K., Falxa-Raymond, Nancy, and Wolf, Kathleen L. (2012). Preliminary Analysis of TKF “Book & Bench” texts using unsupervised semantic mapping of natural language with Leximancer concept mapping #CEL001. In Cornell Civic Ecology Lab (Ed.), Civic Ecology Lab White Paper Series (pp. 11). Ithaca, NY: Cornell University. Analysis of TKF