R. Bailis, J. Baumgarner, J. Hyman, A. Laurent. In Press “Current Debates and Future Research Needs in the Clean
Cookstoves Sector” Energy for Sustainable Development
Simon. In Press “Vulnerablity-in-Production:
A Spatial History of Nature, Development and Fire in Oakland, California” Annals
of the Association of American Geographers
G. Simon and S.
Dooling. 2013. “Flame and
Fortune in California: The Material and Political Dimensions of Vulnerability” Global Environmental Change 23:6 pp.
Lave, M. Wilson, E. Barron, C. Biermann, M. Carey, M. Doyle, C. Duvall, L.
Johnson, M. Lane, J. Lorimer, N. McClintock, D. Munroe, R. Pain, J. Proctor, B.
Rhoads, M. Robertson, J. Rossi, N. Sayre, G. Simon, M. Tadaki, and C.
Van Dyke. In Press "Critical Physical Geography." The Canadian Geographer 10.1111/cag.12061.
G. Simon and P. Alagona. 2013.
“Contradictions at the Confluence of Commerce, Consumption and Conservation;
or, An REI Shopper Camps in the Forest, Does Anyone Notice?” Geoforum 45 pp. 325-336
Wee, A. Chin, A. Depierre, D. Guth, H. Mason. 2013. “Synthesis for the
interdisciplinary environmental sciences: Integrating systems approaches and
service learning.” Journal of College
Science Teaching 42: 5 pp. 42-49
G. Simon, A.
Bumpus, P. Mann. 2012. “Assessing Win-Win Scenarios at the Climate-Development
Interface: Challenges and Opportunities
for Cookstove Replacement Programs Through Carbon Finance” Global Environmental Change
22 pp. 275-287
P. Alagona and G.
Simon. 2012. “Leave No Trace Starts at Home: A Response to Critics and
Vision for the Future” Ethics,
Policy and Environment 15:1
H. Bischel, G. Simon, T. Frisby, D Luthy. 2012. “Management
Experiences and Trends for Water Reuse Implementation in Northern California” Environmental
Science and Technology 46 pp. 180-188
Simon and S. Dooling. 2012. Cities, Nature,
The Politics and Production of Urban
Vulnerabilities. Aldershot UK, Ashgate Publishing (Equal Editorship)
2012. “Development, Risk Momentum and the Ecology of Vulnerability: A
Historical-Relational Analysis of the 1991 Oakland Hills Firestorm” In, Cities,
Nature, Development: The
Politics and Production of Urban Vulnerabilities. Eds. S.
Dooling and G. Simon. Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot, UK
Simon and D. Biehler. 2011. “The Great Indoors:
Research Frontiers on Indoor Environments as Active Political Ecological
Spaces” Progress in Human Geography
35:2 pp. 172-192 (Equal Authorship)
Simon. 2011. “The 100th Meridian, Ecological Boundaries
and the Problem of Reification.” Society
and Natural Resources 24:1 pp. 95-101
Simon. 2010. “Mobilizing Cookstoves for Development: A
Dual Adoption Framework Analysis of Collaborative Technology Innovations in
Western India” Environment and
Planning A 42 pp. 2011-2030
Simon and J. Graybill 2010. “Geography in Interdisciplinarity:
Towards a Third Conversation.” Geoforum
41: 3 pp. 356-363
Alagona and G. Simon. 2010. “The Role of Field Study in Humanistic and
Interdisciplinary Environmental Education.” Journal of Experiential Education 32: 3 pp. 191-206
Simon. 2009. “Geographies of Mediation: Market
Development and the Rural Broker in Maharashtra, India.” Political Geography 28:3 pp. 197-207
Simon and P. Alagona. 2009. “Beyond ‘Leave no Trace’” Ethics, Place and Environment
12:1 pp. 17-34
J. Graybill, S. Dooling, A. Greve, V. Shandas, J.
Withey, G. Simon. 2006. “A Rough Guide to Interdisciplinarity: Graduate
Student Perspectives.” Bioscience
56: 9 pp. 757-763
S. Dooling, G. Simon, K. Yocom.
2006. “Place-Based Urban Ecology: A Century of Park Planning in Seattle.”
Urban Ecosystems 9:4 pp.