Newman, G., D. E. Zimmerman, A. Crall, M. Laituri, J. Graham, and L. Stapel. 2010. User friendly web mapping: Lessons from a citizen science website. International Journal of Geographical Information Science in press. DOI: 10.1080/13658816.2010.490532
Newman, G., A. Crall, M. Laituri, J. Graham, T. J. Stohlgren, J. C. Moore, K. Kodrich, and K. Holfelder. 2010. Teaching citizen science skills online: Implications for invasive species training programs. Applied Environmental Education and Communication. In review.
Crall, A. W., Newman, G., C. Jarnevich, T. J. Stohlgren, D. M. Waller, and J. Graham. 2010. Improving and Integrating Data on Invasive Species Collected by Citizen Scientists. Biological Invasions Published online 07 March 2010. DOI 10.1007/s10530-010-9740-9.
Newman, G., L. Stapel, D. Zimmerman, M. Laituri, A. Crall, and J. Graham. 2010. The art and science of multi-scale citizen science support. In preparation.
Graham, J., A. Simpson, A. Crall, C. Jarnevich, Newman, G., and T. J. Stohlgren. 2008. Vision of a cyberinfrastructure for nonnative, invasive species management. Bioscience 58:263-268.
Graham, J., Newman, G., C. Jarnevich, R. Shory, and T. J. Stohlgren. 2007. A global organism detection and monitoring system for non-native species. Ecological Informatics 2:177-183.
Newman, G., J. Graham, C. Jarnevich, A. Crall, and T. J. Stohlgren. 2006. Real-Time Landscape-Scale Science: From Data Isolation to Data Integration. Oral presentation at the Ecological Society of America annual conference, Memphis, Tennessee.
A. Crall, L. Meyerson, T. J. Stohlgren, C. Jarnevich, Newman, G., J. Graham. 2006. Show Me the Numbers: What Data Currently Exist for Non-Native Species in the U.S. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 4:414-418.
Newman, G. and E. F. Redente. 2001. Long-term plant community development as influenced by revegetation techniques. Journal of Range Management 54: 717-724.
T. J. Stohlgren, D. Binkley, G. Chong, M. Kalkhan, L. Schell, K. Bull, Y. Otsuki, Newman, G., M. Bashkin, and Y. Son. 1999. Exotic plant species invade hot spots of native plant diversity. Ecological Monographs 69(1) 25-46.
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