Peer-reviewed Journal Articles (temporal order)
Giefer, M., and L. An (in press). Synthesizing remote sensing and biophysical measures to evaluate human-wildlife conflicts: The case of wild boar crop raiding in rural China. Remote Sensing.
Chen, H.L., R.L. Lewison, L. An, Y.H. Tsai, D. Stow, L. Shi, and S. Yang (accepted). Assessing the effects of payments for ecosystem services programs on forest structure and species biodiversity. Biodiversity and Conservation.
An L., Mak, S. Yang, R. Lewison, D.A. Stow, H.L. Chen, W. Xu, L. Shi, and Y.H. Tsai (in press). Cascading impacts of payments for ecosystem services in complex human-environment systems. The Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (JASSS), Special issue.
Yost, A., An, R. Bilsborrow, L. Shi, X. Chen, and W. Zhang (2020). Linking concurrent payments for ecosystem services in a Chinese nature reserve. Ecological Economics 169, 106509.
Tsai, Y.*, R. Lewison, D. Stow, L. Shi, L. An, and H. Chen (2019). Monitoring land-cover and land-use dynamics in Fanjingshan Nation Nature Reserve. Applied Geography 111, 102077.
Aitken, S., L. An, and S. Yang (2019). Development and sustainable ethics in Fanjingshan National Nature Reserve, China. Annals of Association of American Geographers 109(2): 661-672.
Tsai, Y., D. Stow, H. Chen, R. Lewison, L. An, and L. Shi (2018). Mapping vegetation and land cover types in Fanjingshan National Nature Reserve using Google Earth Engine. Remote Sensing 2018, 10, 927. doi:10.3390/rs10060927.
Lewison, R., L. An, and X. Chen (2017). Reframing the payments for ecosystem services framework in a coupled human and natural systems context: Strengthening the integration between ecological and human dimensions. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 3(5), 2017, 1335931. https://doi.org/10.1080/20964129.2017.1335931.
Tsai, Y., D. Stow, L. Shi, R. Lewison, and L. An (2016). Quantifying canopy fractional cover and change in Fanjingshan National Nature Reserve, China using Multi-temporal Landsat imagery. Remote Sensing Letters 7(7):671-680.
Aitken, S.C. and L. An (2012). Figured Worlds: Environmental complexity and affective ecologies in Fanjingshan, China. Ecological Modeling: An International Journal on Ecological Modeling and Systems Ecology 229:5-16.
Wang, M.J., P. Sonoma, and T. Humphrey (In press). Content evaluation of curriculum developed following teacher workshop, Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments. IOS Press.
Aitken, S., L. An, S. Allison and S. Yang (In Press). Nature’s Legacy: Children, Development and Urban Access in Fanjingshan, China. In Murnaghan, A.M.F., and L.J. Shillington (editors) Children, Nature, and Cities. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
Aitken, S.C. (2014) Development, figured worlds and affective ecologies. Chapter 4 in The Ethnopoetics of Space and Transformation: Young People’s Engagement, Activism and Aesthetics. Aldershot:Ashgate Press.
Aitken, S.C., L. An, S. Wandersee and Y. Yang (2014). Renegotiating local values: The case of Fanjingshan Reserve, China. In Cathrine Brun, Piers Blakie and Mike Jones (editors). Unravelling Marginalisation, Voicing change: Alternative geographies of Development. Aldershot: Ashgate Press.
Presentations (temporal order)
An, L, S. Yang, H. L. Chen, L. Shi, and W. Zhang. 2016. Modeling human decision-making and their interactions with the Guizhou Golden Monkey habitat use. Presented at The International Society for Ecological Modelling Global Conference 2016, May 8-12, 2016, Towson University, Baltimore, USA.
An, L, R. Bilsborrow, X. Chen, S. Yang, S. Crook, and W. Zhang. 2015. Payments for ecosystem services: mechanisms behind local people’s enrollment decisions. Presented at the 2015 Annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 25, 2015, Chicago, Illinois.
An, L., S. Aitken, R. Bilsborrow, X. Chen, R. Lewison, D. Stow, and M. Wang. 2014. Impacts of payments for ecosystem services in coupled natural and human systems. Presented at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 8-12, Tampa, FL, USA.
Aitken, S.C. 2014. Human-Environment Relations, Environmental Discourses and Development. Paper presented at Fejtschift Seminar in Celebration of Ragnhild Lund’s work, Trondheim, Norway, March 2014.
Wang, M.. 2014. The evolution of learning: Online, mobile and MOOCs. Meeting on Emerging Industries: Cultural and Creative Forum, Nov. 6-9, 2014, Shenzhen, China.
Aitken, S.C. 2013. Experimental Ethnographic Mappings and Landscape Visualizations: Geographies of Crisis and Care in Fanjingshan Reserve, China. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, April 2013.
An, L., X. Chen, S. Wandersee, S. Yang, and A. Zvoleff. 2013. Payments for ecosystem services: a coupled natural and human systems approach. Presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 9-13, Los Angeles, USA.
Yang, S., A. Zvoleff, L. An, and M. Liu, 2013. Local urbanization process in rural areas: A case study of Wolong Nature Reserve, China. Presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 9-13, 2013 Los Angeles, USA [Note: This paper is not directly an outcome of our CNH project; but the first author Yang, supported by this project, plans to apply the methods developed in this paper presentation to our CNH project].
Feltner, J.A. and R. Lewison. 2013. Combining camera traps with occupancy modeling: a potential cutting-edge tool for monitoring rare and elusive primate species of conservation concern. Class presentation, Biology 540: Conservation Ecology, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA. (December 9, 2013).
Aitken, S.C. 2011. Development Theory, Marginalized Populations, and Participatory Mapping’ Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Association for the Advancement of American Science, Washington DC. February 2011.