G. Simon. Flame and Fortune in the American West. University of California Press, CA (Under Contract)
G. Simon. 2014. “If You Can’t Stand the Heat, Get
Into the Kitchen: Obligatory Passage Points and Mutually Supported Impediments
at the Climate-Development Interface” Area 46:3 pp. 268-277
G. Simon. The Politics of Nature: A Political Ecology. Guilford
Press, New York (Under Contract)
R. Bailis, J. Baumgarner, J. Hyman, A. Laurent. 2014. “Current Debates and Future Research Needs in the Clean
Cookstoves Sector” Energy for Sustainable Development 20 pp. 49-57
Simon. 2014. “Vulnerablity-in-Production:
A Spatial History of Nature, Development and Fire in Oakland, California” Annals
of the Association of American Geographers 104:6 pp. xxxx
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. 2014. "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
Simon. 2012. “Leave No Trace Starts at Home: A Response to Critics and
Vision for the Future” Ethics,
Policy and Environment 15:1
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.