Presentations

* = invited

2010

  • Baker, L. Developing a research agenda for urban ecosystems and sustainability. Urban Ecosystems and Human Well Being: Integrating Social and Ecological Knowledge, symposium held at the University of Minnesota, January, 2010.

  • Nelson, K.C. Does carbon matter? - Smallholder farmers negotiating shifting institutions. Global Warming, Smallholder Agriculture and Environmental Justice: Making Critical Connections Symposium, August 5, 2010, Ecological Society of America, Pittsburgh, PA.

  • Nelson, K.C., S.E. Hobbie, L Baker, J King, J McFadden, C Fissore, I Jackobsdottir, and D. Burk. Urban ecosystems and the role of household choices: behaviors, their influences, and nutrient flux outputs, June 9, 2010,International Symposium for Society and Resource Management (ISSRM), Corpus Christi, TX.

  • Nelson, K., and S. Hobbie. Biogeochemical fluxes through urban households: the role of household choice. Urban Ecosystems and Human Well Being: Integrating Social and Ecological Knowledge, symposium held at the University of Minnesota, January, 2010.

  • Wein, S.P., K. Nelson, L. Baker, C. Fissore, S. Hobbie, I. Jakobsdottir. Targeting households for improved lawn management: Can grouping households assist with non-point water pollution reduction? (.pdf) (poster). Minnesota Water Resource Science Conference, Saint Paul, MN. October 2010)

2009

  • *Baker, L. The urban water environment: implications for landscape ecologists, Second Ecological Landscaping National Conference, sponsored by Ohio State U’s Urban Landscape Program, Dec. 1-3, 2009, Cleveland, OH.

  • *Baker, L., K. Nelson, J. McFadden, J. King, and S. Hobbie. Twin Cities Household Ecosystem Project. Complexity in Human-Nature Interactions across Landscapes. Symposium at the US-IALE Conference, Snow Bird, Utah, April 12-16, 2009 (abstract).

  • Fissore, C., L. Baker, S. Hobbie, J. King, J. McFadden, K. Nelson, and I. Jakobsdottir. How human activities affect macroelement fluxes at the household level: A study of 3100 households. 94th Annual Ecological Society of America Meeting, Albuquerque, August 2-7, 2009.

  • Baker, L.A., K. Nelson, S. Hobbie, J. King, J. McFadden, C. Fissore, and I. Jakobsdottir. Goals and design of the Twin Cities Household Ecosystem Project. 94th Annual Ecological Society of America Meeting, Albuquerque, August 2-7, 2009 (poster).

  • *Fissore, C., L. Baker, S. Hobbie, J. King, J. McFadden, K. Nelson, andI. Jakobsdottir. How human activities affect macroelement fluxes at the household level – the case of the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Natural Resources in Urban Areas Symposium, Michigan Technological University. Xi Sigma Pi (Forestry Honor Fraternity). March 27, 2009.

2008

  • McHale, M., L. Baker, B. Koerner, and N. Grimm. 2008. Developing carbon budgets for cities: Phoenix as a case study. Ecological Society of America, Milwaukee, August 3-8, 2008.

  • McHale, M., L. Baker, B. Koerner, and N. Grimm. 2008. Developing carbon budgets for cities:  Phoenix as a case study (poster), Paper Number: B43D-0463, AGU Meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 15-19, 2008.

2007

  • *Baker, L. Nutrient cycling in cities. Conference on Ecological Landscaping: From Scientific Principles to Public Practices and Policies, October 28-31, 2007 in Cleveland, Ohio. 

  • Nelson, K., L. Baker, P. Hartzheim, S. Hobbie, J. King, and M. Payton. The  influence of choice on nutrient fluxes through households and what influences choice. Symposium on the Role of Choice on Characteristics of Urban Ecosystems, Ecological Society of America, San Jose, CA, August 5-10, 2007.