Charles Redman

Charles Redman
Distinguished Sustainability Scientist, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Founding Director, School of Sustainability
Professor, School of Sustainability
Virginia M Ullman Professor, Natural History and the Environment , School of Human Evolution and Social Change, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Affiliated Faculty, Center for Biodiversity Outcomes, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability

charles.redman@asu.edu
480-965-2923

School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502

Charles Redman has been committed to interdisciplinary research since as an archaeology graduate student he worked closely in the field with botanists, zoologists, geologists, art historians, and ethnographers. Redman received his BA from Harvard University, and his MA and PhD in Anthropology from the University of Chicago. He taught at New York University and at SUNY-Binghamton before coming to Arizona State University (ASU) in 1983.

Since then, he served nine years as Chair of the Department of Anthropology, seven years as Director of the Center for Environmental Studies and, in 2004, was chosen to be the Julie Ann Wrigley Director of the newly formed Global Institute of Sustainability. From 2007-2010, Redman directed ASU's School of Sustainability. Redman's interests include human impacts on the environment, sustainable landscapes, rapidly urbanizing regions, urban ecology, environmental education, and public outreach. He is the author or co-author of six books including Explanation in Archaeology, The Rise of Civilization, People of the Tonto Rim, Human Impact on Ancient Environments. He is editor or co-editor of nine books, including: The Archaeology of Global Change, Applied Remote Sensing for Urban Planning, Governance and Sustainability, Agrarian Landscapes in Transition, and Polities and Power: Archaeological Perspectives on the Landscapes of Early States.

Redman is currently working on building upon the extensive research portfolio of the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability and teaching in the School of Sustainability, which is educating a new generation of leaders through collaborative learning, transdisciplinary approaches, and problem-oriented training to address the environmental, economic, and social challenges of the 21st Century.

PhD, Anthropology, University of Chicago, 1971

MA, Anthropology, University of Chicago, 1969

BA, Physical Sciences, Harvard University, 1967

Journal Articles

2014

Redman, C. L. 2014. Should sustainability and resilience be combined or remain distinct pursuits?. Ecology and Society 19(2):37. DOI: 10.5751/ES-06390-190237. (link)

2011

Miller, T. R., T. A. Munoz-Erickson and C. L. Redman. 2011. Transforming knowledge for sustainability: Fostering adaptability in academic institutions. International Journal for Sustainability in Higher Education 12(2):177-192. DOI: 10.1108/14676371111118228.

Wiek, A. D., C. L. Redman and L. Withycombe. 2011. Moving forward on competencies in sustainability and problem solving. Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 53(2):3-13.

Wiek, A. D., L. Withycombe and C. L. Redman. 2011. Key competencies in sustainability — A reference framework for academic program development. Sustainability Science 6(2):203-218. DOI: 10.1007/s11625-011-0132-6.

Wu, J., G. D. Jenerette, A. Buyantuyev and C. L. Redman. 2011. Quantifying spatiotemporal patterns of urbanization: The case of the two fastest growing metropolitan regions in the United States. Ecological Complexity 8:1-8. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecocom.2010.03.002. (link)

2010

Brundiers, K., A. D. Wiek and C. L. Redman. 2010. Real-world learning opportunities in sustainability — from classroom into the real-world. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 11(4):308-324. (link)

Ernstson, H., S. E. van der Leeuw, C. L. Redman, D. J. Meffert, G. P. Davis, C. Alfsen and T. Elmqvist. 2010. Urban transitions: On urban resilience and human-dominated ecosystems. Ambio 39(8):531-545.

2008

Grimm, N. B., S. H. Faeth, N. E. Golubiewski, C. L. Redman, J. Wu, X. Bai and J. M. Briggs. 2008. Global change and the ecology of cities. Science 319(5864):756-760. (link)

Miller, T. R., T. D. Baird, C. M. Littlefield, G. P. Kofinas, F. S. Chapin III and C. L. Redman. 2008. Epistemological pluralism: Reorganizing interdisciplinary research. Ecology and Society 13(2):46. DOI: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol13/iss2/art46/. (link)

2007

Casagrande, D. G., D. Hope, E. Farley-Metzger, W. Cook, S. T. Yabiku and C. L. Redman. 2007. Problem and opportunity: Integrating anthropology, ecology, and policy through adaptive experimentation in the urban Southwest U.S.. Human Organization 66(2):125-139. (link)

Costanza, R., L. Graumlich, W. Steffen, C. Crumley, J. Dearing, K. Hibbard, R. Leemans, C. L. Redman and D. Schimel. 2007. Sustainability or collapse: What can we learn from integrating the history of humans and the rest of nature?. Ambio 36(7):522-527. (link)

Keys, E., E. A. Wentz and C. L. Redman. 2007. The spatial structure of land use from 1970-2000 in the Phoenix, Arizona metropolitan area. The Professional Geographer 59(1):131-147.

Keys, E., E. A. Wentz and C. L. Redman. 2007. The spatial structure of land use from 1970-2000 in the Phoenix, Arizona metropolitan area. The Professional Geographer 59(1):131-147. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9272.2007.00596.x. (link)

Liu, J., T. Dietz, S. R. Carpenter, M. Alberti, C. Folke, E. Moran, A. N. Pell, P. Deadman, T. Kratz, J. Lubchenco, E. Ostrom, Z. Ouyang, W. Provencher, C. L. Redman, S. H. Schneider and W. W. Taylor. 2007. Complexity of coupled human and natural systems. Science 317(5844):1513-1516. DOI: 10.1126/science.1144004. (link)

Liu, J., T. Dietz, S. R. Carpenter, M. Alberti, C. Folke, E. Moran, A. N. Pell, P. Deadman, T. K. Kratz, J. Lubchenco, E. Ostrom, Z. Ouyang, W. Provencher, C. L. Redman, S. H. Schneider and W. W. Taylor. 2007. Coupled human and natural systems. Ambio 36(8):639-649. (link)

McDonald, R. I., C. Yuan-Farrell, C. Fievet, M. S. Moeller, P. M. Kareiva, D. R. Foster, T. Gragson, A. P. Kinzig, L. H. Kuby and C. L. Redman. 2007. Estimating the effect of protected lands on the development and conservation of their surroundings. Conservation Biology 21(6):1526-1536. DOI: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2007.00799.x. (link)

2006

Alberti, M., C. L. Redman, J. Wu, J. M. Marzluff, M. Handcock, J. M. Anderies, P. Waddell, E. Z. Fox, H. Kautz and J. Hepinstall. 2006. Urban landscape patterns and global environmental change: Complex dynamics and emergent properties. IHDP Update 2006(2):5-6.

Cumming, G. S., D. H. Cumming and C. L. Redman. 2006. Scale mismatches in social-ecological systems: Causes, consequences, and solutions. Ecology and Society 11(1):. (link)

Cumming, G. S., D. Cumming and C. L. Redman. 2006. Scale mismatches in social-ecological systems: causes, consequences, and solutions. Ecology and Society 11(1):14.

Haberl, H., V. Winiwarter, K. Andersson, R. U. Ayres, C. G. Boone, M. Castillo, G. Cunfer, M. Fischer-Kowalski, W. R. Freudenburg, E. Furman, R. Kauffmann, F. Krausmann, E. Langthaler, H. Lotze-Campen, M. Mirtl, C. L. Redman, A. Reenberg, A. Wardell, B. Warr and H. Zechmeister. 2006. From LTER to LTSER: Conceptualizing the socioeconomic dimensiont of long-term socioecological research. Ecology and Society 11(2):13. (link)

Haberl, H., V. Winiwarter, K. Andersson, R. U. Ayres, C. G. Boone, M. Castillo, G. Cunfer, M. Fisher-Kowalski, W. R. Freudenburg, E. Furman, M. R. Kaufmann, F. Krausmann, E. Langthaler, H. Lotze-Campen, M. Mirtl, C. L. Redman, A. Reenberg, A. Wardell, B. Warr and H. Zechmeister. 2006. From LTER to LTSER: Conceptualizing the socio-economic dimension of long-term socio-ecological research. Ecology and Society 11(2):.

Hope, D., C. Gries, D. G. Casagrande, C. L. Redman, C. A. Martin and N. B. Grimm. 2006. Drivers of spatial variation in plant diversity across the central Arizona-Phoenix ecosystem.. Society and Natural Resources 19(2):101-116. DOI: 10.1080/08941920500394469. (link)

Lewis, D. B., J. P. Kaye, C. Gries, A. P. Kinzig and C. L. Redman. 2006. Agrarian legacy in soil nutrient pools of urbanizing arid lands. Global Change Biology 12(4):703-709. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2006.01126.x. (link)

2005

Larson, E. K., N. B. Grimm, P. Gober and C. L. Redman. 2005. The paradoxical ecology and management of water in the Phoenix, USA metropolitan area. Journal of Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 5(4):287-296. (link)

Redman, C. L. 2005. Resilience in archaeology. American Anthropology 107(1):70-77.

Redman, C. L. and N. S. Jones. 2005. The environmental, social, and health dimensions of urban expansion. Population and Environment 26(6):505-520. DOI: 10.1007/s11111-005-0010-1. (link)

2004

Grimm, N. B. and C. L. Redman. 2004. Approaches to the study of urban ecosystems: The case of central Arizona--Phoenix. Urban Ecosystems 7:199-213. (link)

Redman, C. L., J. M. Grove and L. H. Kuby. 2004. Integrating social science into the Long-Term Ecological (LTER) network: Social dimensions of ecological change and ecological dimensions of social change. Ecosystems 7(2):161-171. (link)

2003

Hope, D., C. Gries, W. Zhu, W. F. Fagan, C. L. Redman, N. B. Grimm, A. L. Nelson, C. A. Martin and A. P. Kinzig. 2003. Socioeconomics drive urban plant diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 100(15):8788-8792. (link)

Redman, C. L. and A. P. Kinzig. 2003. Resilience of past landscapes: Resilience theory, society, and the longue duree. Conservation Ecology 7(1):14. (link)

2002

van der Leeuw, S. E. and C. L. Redman. 2002. Placing archaeology at the center of socio-natural studies. American Antiquity 67(4):597-605. (link)

2000

Grimm, N. B., J. M. Grove, C. L. Redman and S. T. Pickett. 2000. Integrated approaches to long-term studies of urban ecological systems. BioScience 50(7):571-584. DOI: 10.1641/0006-3568(2000)050[0571:IATLTO]2.0.CO;2. (link)

1999

Redman, C. L. 1999. Human dimensions of ecosystem studies. Ecosystems 2:296-298. (link)

1993

Rice, G. E. and C. L. Redman. 1993. Platform mounds of the Arizona desert: An experiement in organizational complexity. Expedition (1):53-63.

1992

Redman, C. L., G. E. Rice and K. E. Pedrick. 1992. Developing perspectives on Tonto Basin prehistory.

Books

2008

Redman, C. L. and D. R. Foster eds. 2008. Agrarian Landscapes in Transition: Comparisons of Long-Term Ecological and Cultural Change. Oxford University Press. New York.

2007

Netzband, M., W. L. Stefanov and C. L. Redman eds. 2007. Applied remote sensing for urban planning, governance and sustainability. Springer-Verlag. Berlin Heidelberg.

2004

Redman, C. L., S. R. James, P. R. Fish and J. D. Rogers eds. 2004. The Archaeology of Global Change: The Impact of Humans on Their Environment. Smithsonian Institution Press. Washington, D.C.

2000

Redman, C. L. 2000. Human impact on ancient environments. University of Arizona Press. Tucson.

1993

Redman, C. L. 1993. People of the Tonto Rim: Archaeological discovery in Arizona.. Smithsonian Institution Press. Washington, DC.

Book Chapters

2015

Redman, C. L. 2015. Earliest urbanism. Pp. Chapter 4 In: Pijawka, D. ed., Sustainability in the 21st Century: Pathways, Programs, and Policies. Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.

2014

Boone, C. G., C. L. Redman, H. Blanco, D. Haase, J. Koch, S. Lwasa, H. Nagendra, S. Pauleit, S. T. Pickett, K. C. Seto and M. Yokohari. 2014. Reconceptualzing land for sustainable urbanity. Pp. 313-330 In: Seto, K. C. and A. Reenberg eds., Rethinking Global Land Use in an Urban Era. Vol 14. MIT Press.

2013

Elmqvist, T., M. Fragkias, B. Guneralp, R. McDonald, P. J. Marcotullio, S. Parnell, K. Seto, M. Sendstad, C. Wilkinson, M. Alberti, C. Folke, J. Goodness, D. Haase, M. V. Katti, J. Niemela, H. Nagendra, M. Schewenius, K. Tidball, S. T. Pickett and C. L. Redman. 2013. Stewardship of the biosphere in the urban era. Pp. 719-746 In: Elmqvist, T., M. Fragkias, J. Goodness, B. Guneralp and P. J. Marcotullio eds., Urbanization, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Challenges and Opportunities. Springer.

Elmqvist, T., C. L. Redman, S. Barthel, R. Costanza, R. I. McDonald, S. Parnall, M. Sendstad, M. Schewenius, K. C. Seto and C. Wilkinson. 2013. History of urbanization and the missing ecology. Pp. 13-30 In: Elmqvist, T., M. Fragkias, J. Goodness, B. Guneralp and P. J. Marcotullio eds., Urbanization, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Challenges and Opportunities. Springer.

Grimm, N. B., C. L. Redman, C. G. Boone, D. L. Childers, S. L. Harlan and B. L. Turner II. 2013. Viewing the urban socioecological system through a sustainability lens: Lessons and prospects from the Central Arizona–Phoenix LTER Program. Pp. 217-246 In: Singh, S. J., H. Haberl, M. Chertow and M. Mirtl eds., Long Term Socio-Ecological Research. Springer.

Redman, C. L. 2013. Transforming the silos: Arizona State University’s School of Sustainability. Pp. 229-240 In: Bartlett, P. F. and G. W. Chase eds., Sustainability in Higher Education: Stories and Strategies for Transformation. The MIT Press.

Redman, C. L. and A. D. Wiek. 2013. Sustainability as a transformation in education. Pp. 212-220 In: Johnston, L. F. ed., Higher Education for Sustainability: Cases, Challenges, and Opportunities from Across the Curriculum. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

2012

Redman, C. L. 2012. Earliest urbanism. Pp. 63-74 In: Pijawka, K. ed., Understanding Sustainable Cities: Concepts, Cases, and Solutions. Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.

Redman, C. L. 2012. Global environmental change, resilience, and sustainable outcomes. Pp. 237-244 In: Cooper, J. and P. Sheets eds., Surviving Sudden Environmental Change: Answers from Archaeology. University Press of Colorado.

2011

Redman, C. L. 2011. Social-ecological transformations in urban landscapes-a historical perspective.. Pp. 206-212 In: Niemela, J., J. H. Breuste, G. Guntenspergen, N. E. McIntyre, T. Elmqvist and P. James eds., Urban Ecology: Patterns, Processes, and Applications. Oxford University Press.

2009

Redman, C. L., M. C. Nelson and A. P. Kinzig. 2009. The resilience of socio-ecological landscapes: Lessons from the Hohokam. Pp. 15-39 In: Fisher, C. T., J. B. Hill and G. M. Feinman eds., The Archaeology of Environmental Change: Socionatural Legacies of Degradation and Resilience. University of Arizona Press.

2008

Grimm, N. B., J. M. Grove, S. T. Pickett and C. L. Redman. 2008. Integrated approaches to long-term studies of urban ecological areas. In: Marzluff, J. M., E. Shulenberger, W. Endlicher, M. Alberti, G. Bradley, C. Ryan, U. Simon and C. ZumBrunnen eds., Urban Ecology. Springer.

Hope, D., C. Gries, W. Zhu, W. F. Fagan, C. L. Redman, N. B. Grimm, A. L. Nelson, C. A. Martin and A. P. Kinzig. 2008. Socioeconomics drive urban plant diversity. In: Marzluff, J. M., E. Shulenberger, W. Endlicher, M. Alberti, G. Bradley, C. Ryan, U. Simon and C. ZumBrunnen eds., Urban Ecology. Springer.

Redman, C. L. 2008. Introduction. In: Redman, C. L. and D. R. Foster eds., Agrarian landscapes in transition: A cross-scale approach. Oxford University Press.

Redman, C. L. and A. P. Kinzig. 2008. Water can flow uphill: A narrative of Central Arizona. Pp. 238-271 In: Redman, C. L. and D. R. Foster eds., Agrarian Landscapes in Transition: Comparisons of Long-Term Ecological and Cultural Change. Oxford University Press.

2007

Costanza, R., W. L. Steffen, K. Hibbard, C. L. Crumley, R. Leemans, L. Graumlich, J. Dearing, C. L. Redman and D. Schimel. 2007. Evolution of the human-environment relationship. In: Cleveland, C. J. ed., Encyclopedia of Earth. Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment. (link)

Netzband, M., C. L. Redman and W. L. Stefanov. 2007. Remote sensing as a tool for urban planning and sustainability. Pp. 1-23 In: Netzband, M., W. L. Stefanov and C. L. Redman eds., Applied Remote Sensing for Urban Planning, Governance and Sustainability. Springer-Verlag.

Redman, C. L., C. L. Crumley, F. Hassan, F. Hole, J. Morais, F. Riedel, V. L. Scarborough, J. A. Tainter, P. Turchin and Y. Yasuda. 2007. Group report: Millennial perspectives on the dynamic interaction of climate, people, and resources. Pp. 115-148 In: Costanza, R., L. Graumlich and W. L. Steffen eds., Sustainability or Collapse? An Integrated History and Future of People on Earth. MIT Press.

Seto, K. C., M. Fragkias and A. Schneider. 2007. 20 Years after reforms: Challenges to planning and development in China's city-regions and opportunities for remote sensing. Pp. 249-269 In: Redman, C. L., W. L. Stefanov and M. Netzband eds., Applied remote sensing for urban planning, governance and sustainability. Springer-Verlag.

Stefanov, W. L., M. Netzband, M. S. Moeller, C. L. Redman and C. Mack. 2007. Phoenix, Arizona, USA: Applications of remote sensing in a rapidly urbanizing desert region. Pp. 137-164 In: Netzband, M., W. L. Stefanov and C. L. Redman eds., Applied Remote Sensing for Urban Planning, Governance and Sustainability. Springer-Verlag.

2006

Cumming, G. S., D. Cumming and C. L. Redman. 2006. Scale mismatches in social-ecological systems: causes, consequences, and solutions. Pp. 23-40 In: Walker, B. H., J. M. Anderies, A. P. Kinzig and P. Ryan eds., Exploring Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems. CSIRO Publishing.

Kinzig, A. P. and C. L. Redman. 2006. Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Pp. 191-192 In: Walker, B. H., J. M. Anderies, A. P. Kinzig and P. Ryan eds., Exploring Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems. CSIRO Publishing.

Redman, C. L. 2006. Urban land-use patterns: Past, present, and future. Pp. 65-70 In: Hantman, J. L. and R. Most eds., Managing Archaeological Data: Essays in Honor of Sylvia W. Gaines.

Redman, C. L. 2006. Urban land-use patterns: Past, present, and future. Pp. 65-70 In: Hantman, J. L. and R. Most eds., Managing Archaeological Data: Essays in Honor of Sylvia Gaines. Arizona State University.

2005

Redman, C. L. 2005. The urban ecology of metropolitan Phoenix: A laboratory for interdisciplinary study. Pp. 163-192 In: Entwisle, B. and P. C. Stern eds., Population, Land Use, and Environment: Research Directions. National Research Council.

2004

Redman, C. L. 2004. Effects of agriculture and urban society. Pp. 89-93 In: Redman, C. L., S. R. James, P. R. Fish and J. D. Rogers eds., Archaeology of global change: The impacts of humans on their environment. Smithsonian Institution Press.

Redman, C. L. 2004. Environmental degradation and early Mesopotamian civilization. Pp. 158-164 In: Redman, C. L., S. R. James, P. R. Fish and J. D. Rogers eds., Archaeology of global change: The impact of humans on their environment. Smithsonian Institution Press.

Redman, C. L., S. R. James, P. R. Fish and J. D. Rogers. 2004. Introduction: Human impacts on past environments. In: Redman, C. L., S. R. James, P. R. Fish and J. D. Rogers eds., The archaeology of global change: The impact of humans on their environment. Smithsonian Institution Press.

2003

Fink, J. H., F. Steiner, N. B. Grimm and C. L. Redman. 2003. Greater Phoenix 2100: Building a national urban environmental research agenda. Pp. 413-426 In: Heiken, G., R. Fakundiny and J. Sutter eds., Geosciences in the Cities. Vol 56.

1996

Redman, C. L. 1996. Adding content to patterns: Comments on geographic and demographic scales in the ancient Southwest.. Pp. 115-118 In: Fish, P. R. and J. C. Reid eds., Arizona State University.

1994

Redman, C. L. 1994. Mesopotamia and the first cities. Pp. 16-37 In: Burenhult, G. ed., Old World Civilizations: The Rise of Cities and States. Harper Collins.

1992

Redman, C. L. 1992. The impact of food production: Short-term strategies and long-term consequences. In: Jacobsen, F. ed., Westview Press.

Posters

2015

Grimm, N. B., C. L. Redman, M. Chester, D. M. Iwaniec, P. T. McPhearson, T. R. Miller and T. A. Munoz-Erickson. 2015. Urban resilience to extremes: A proposed Sustainability Research Network. Poster presented at the Seventeenth Annual CAP LTER All Scientists Meeting and Poster Symposium, 16 January 2015, Skysong, Scottsdale, AZ. (link)

2014

Jones, M., M. Holmes and C. Redman. 2014. How much of the City of Goodyear is covered by trees?. Poster presented at the Decision Center for a Desert City Annual Poster Symposium, April 28, 2014, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

2010

Chuang, W. and C. L. Redman. 2010. Monitoring 1985-2005 residential land-use and land-cover change in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. Poster presented at the January 14, 2010 12th Annual Central Arizona-Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research Poster Symposium, Global Institute of Sustainability. (link)

2009

Grimm, N. B. and C. L. Redman. 2009. Central Arizona-Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research. Estes Park, CO. Poster presented at 14-16 September 2009 LTER All Scientist Meeting, Integrating Science and Society in a World of Constant Change.

Miller, T. R., T. D. Baird, M. Caitlin, M. Littlefield, G. Kofinas, F. S. Chapin III and C. L. Redman. 2009. Epistemological pluralism: Reorganizing interdisciplinary research. Poster presented at February 13 at the Graduate in Earth, Life and Social Sciences Research Symposium, Arizona State University, Tempe.

Miller, T. R., T. A. Munoz-Erickson and C. L. Redman. 2009. Transforming knowledge for sustainability: Perspectives from the School of Sustainability. Poster presented October 8 at the 2nd Conference for Sustainable IGERT: Sociological Transformations and Sustainability (C4SI2) Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

Shears, B. L., C. L. Redman and R. Melnick. 2009. Global Institute of Sustainability. Estes Park, CO. Poster presented at 14-16 September 20009 LTER All Scientists Meeting, Integrating Science and Society in a World of Constant Change.

2008

Munoz-Erickson, T. A., T. R. Miller and C. L. Redman. 2008. Adaptive learning and knowledge for sustainability: Perspectives from the School of Sustainability, Arizona State University. Poster presented at the April 3, Arthur M. Sackler Colloquia of the National Academy of Sciences: Linking Knowledge to Action for Sustainable Development, Washington, DC.

Schaafsma, H., J. M. Briggs, C. L. Redman, S. J. Hall and W. Russell. 2008. Defining gradients of prehistoric landscape modification in agricultural features. Poster presented March 19 at the 20th Anniversary Southwest Symposium, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

Schaafsma, H., J. M. Briggs, C. L. Redman, S. J. Hall and W. Russell. 2008. Defining gradients of prehistoric landscape modification in agricultural features. Poster presented at the 9th annual symposium of Graduates in Earth, Life and Social Sciences (GELSS), Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

2006

Bang, C., R. J. Bills, J. M. Briggs, M. A. Diiorio, L. Dugan, R. E. Erickson, S. R. Earl, S. H. Faeth, M. J. Feldner, C. Gries, N. B. Grimm, E. J. Holmes, D. Hope, J. P. Kaye, A. P. Kinzig, C. Kochert, A. Majumdar, C. L. Redman, E. Shock, Q. Stewart, J. C. Stutz, M. S. Tseng, J. S. Walker, S. Whitcomb and X. Zhuo. 2006. Survey 200: CAP LTER's approach to extensive field monitoring. Poster presented at the 20-23 September 2006 LTER All Scientist Meeting, YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park, CO. (link)

Casagrande, D. G., S. T. Yabiku, E. Farley-Metzger, D. Hope, C. Gries, K. L. Larson, N. B. Grimm and C. L. Redman. 2006. Effects of landscape manipulation on human behavior, knowledge, and social organization in an urban ecosystem. Poster presented at the 6-11 August 2006 91st Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Memphis, TN.

Gries, C., D. Hope, N. B. Grimm, S. H. Faeth, C. A. Martin, P. S. Warren, J. Hutchins, C. L. Redman, W. L. Stefanov, M. S. Moeller and J. W. Edmonds. 2006. Long-term monitoring data at CAP. Poster presented at the 19 January 2006 CAP LTER 8th Annual Poster Symposium, Global Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link)

Grimm, N. B., C. L. Redman, J. M. Briggs, C. Gries, M. M. Elser, B. Bolin, J. O. Allen, S. L. Harlan, S. H. Faeth, J. M. Anderies, J. C. Stutz, C. A. Martin, P. K. Westerhoff, J. Arrowsmith, J. A. Zehnder, J. Wu and A. P. Kinzig. 2006. Central Arizona -- Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research (CAP LTER) Project. Poster presented at the September 20-23 LTER All Scientist Meeting, YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park, CO.

Lewis, D. B., J. P. Kaye, C. Gries, A. P. Kinzig and C. L. Redman. 2006. Legacies of agriculture in carbon and nutrient pools of arid urban soils.. Presented at the 9-15 July 2006, 18th World Congress of Soil Science, Philadelphia, PA.

Lewis, D. B., J. P. Kaye, C. L. Redman and A. P. Kinzig. 2006. Importance of historical and present-day land use for the lability of soil C and N. Presented at the 9-15 July 2006, 18th World Congress of Soil Science, Philadelphia, PA.

Redman, C. L., C. K. Perrings, L. Murphy, B. L. Shears and L. H. Kuby. 2006. School of Sustainability: A new approach to education. Poster presented at the September 20-23 LTER All Scientist Meeting, YMCA of the Rockies, Estes Park, CO.

2005

Edwards, B., N. S. Jones, P. Gober and C. L. Redman. 2005. Investigating human decision making under climatic uncertainty. Poster presented at the 19 January 2005 CAP LTER Seventh Annual Poster Symposium, International Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link)

Farley Metzger, E. A., S. T. Yabiku, P. Gober, D. G. Casagrande, C. L. Redman, N. B. Grimm and S. L. Harlan. 2005. Initial findings of the North Desert Village landscaping experiment: The green, green grass of home. Poster presented at the 19 January 2005, CAP LTER Seventh Annual Poster Symposium, International Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link)

Gober, P., C. L. Redman, B. L. Shears, L. H. Kuby, J. A. Zehnder and S. Grossman-Clarke. 2005. The International Institute for Sustainability and The Decision Center for a Desert City: Research with a purpose. Poster presented at the February 3, 2005 Annual Meeting of the National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, DC.

Gries, C., N. B. Grimm, C. L. Redman, R. S. Peri and P. H. McCartney. 2005. The new intranet and data management fo CAP2. Poster presented at the 19 January 2005 CAP LTER Seventh Annual Poster Symposium, International Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link)

Grimm, N. B. and C. L. Redman. 2005. Reorganizing research teams into Integrated Project Areas (IPA) for CAP2. Poster presented at the 19 January 2005 CAP LTER Seventh Annual Poster Symposium, International Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link)

2004

Farley Metzger, E. A., S. T. Yabiku, P. Gober, D. G. Casagrande, C. L. Redman, N. B. Grimm and S. L. Harlan. 2004. North Desert Village landscape experiment monitoring human-environment interactions. Poster presented at the 23 February 2004 Sixth Annual CAP LTER Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ. (link)

Redman, C. L., G. Gammage, N. S. Jones, E. A. Corley, J. M. Holway, J. Keane, S. Megdal and R. Quay. 2004. Water supply in Greater Phoenix: Improving regional decision making through university partnerships. Poster presented at the 23 February 2004 Sixth Annual CAP LTER Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ. (link)

Redman, C. L., A. P. Kinzig, D. R. Foster, M. P. Gutmann, P. M. Kareiva and L. H. Kuby. 2004. Agrarian landscapes in transition: A cross-scale approach. Poster presented at the 23 February 2004 Sixth Annual CAP LTER Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ. (link)

2003

Anderson, J. R., H. J. Fernando, P. G. Hyde, C. L. Redman and H. Xin. 2003. Temporal patterns of "Unhealthy" to "Hazardous" concentration maxima for coarse particles (PM10) in southwest Phoenix during typical low wind speed connections. Presented at February 19, 2003,CAP LTER Fifth Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

2002

Hope, D., C. Gries, S. S. Carroll, W. Zhu, W. F. Fagan, C. L. Redman, N. B. Grimm, A. L. Nelson, A. P. Kinzig and C. A. Martin. 2002. Humans structure the ecosystem properties of cities: Findings from the '200 survey.'. Poster presented at January 17, 2002, CAP LTER Fourth Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link)

Lopez, S., M. A. Zoldak, C. S. Smith, J. Fry and C. L. Redman. 2002. Land use trajectories. Poster presented at the January 17, 2002, CAP LTER Fourth Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link)

Zoldak, M. A., S. Lopez, C. S. Smith, J. Fry and C. L. Redman. 2002. Experimental use of Unsupervised Classification Method for examining spatio-temporal landuse patterns. Poster presented at January 17, 2002, CAP LTER Fourth Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link)

2001

Hope, D., C. Gries, W. Zhu, S. S. Carroll, A. L. Nelson, L. B. Stabler, C. L. Redman, N. B. Grimm and A. P. Kinzig. 2001. Application of integrated inventory to the study of urban ecosystems: An extensive 200-site field survey of the Central Arizona -Phoenix LTER. Poster presented at the January 19, 2001, CAP LTER Third Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ. (link)

Redman, C. L. and P. Gober. 2001. Human dimension of CAP LTER research. Poster presented at the January 19, 2001, CAP LTER Third Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ.

2000

Grimm, N. B. and C. L. Redman. 2000. Central Arizona - Phoenix LTER: Initial studies in a southwestern urban ecosystem. Poster presented at 2-4 August 2000, Long-Term Ecological Research: Unifying Principles and Global Applications, LTER All Scientists Meeting, Snowbird, UT. (link)

Reid, E. C., J. Hoppmann, C. S. Smith, J. Fry and C. L. Redman. 2000. ASU CAP LTER historical land use study: Phase II. Poster presented at 19 January 2000, CAP LTER Second Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

1999

Knowles-Yanez, K., C. Moritz, M. Bucchin, C. L. Redman, J. Fry, P. H. McCartney and J. Marruffo. 1999. Historic land use team: Generalized land use for CAP LTER study area. Poster presented at the 22 January 1999, CAP LTER First Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe.

Presentations

2015

Grimm, N. B., C. L. Redman, M. Chester, D. M. Iwaniec, T. McPhearson, T. R. Miller and T. A. Munoz-Erickson. 2015. Developing a concept of social-ecological-technological systems to characterize resilience of urban areas and infrastructure to extreme events. Presentation at the Ecological Science at the Frontier: Celebrating the ESA Centennial 1915-2015, 9-14 August 2015, Baltimore, Maryland. (link)

2012

Redman, C. L. 2012. Incorporating the long term perspective into sustainability science. Presented May 16, 2012 at the 2012 LTER Executive Board and Science Council Meeting, H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, Oregon, May 15-18, 2012.

Redman, C. L. 2012. Keynote speaker April 25, 2012 at The 2012 Annual Ph.D. Symposium: Urban Resilience. Presented by the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in Urban Design and Planning at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

2011

Redman, C. L. 2011. Integrated sustainability into the scientific networks. Keynote speech at CONACYT (The National Council on Science and Technology), November, 2011, Mexico.

2010

Redman, C. L. 2010. Cities and climate change, what we can learn from history. Presented at the City Biodiversity Summit 2010, October 24-26, 2010, Nagoya, Japan.

Redman, C. L. 2010. Urban ecology and the sustainability of desert cities. Keynote presentation at the First International Conference on Sustainability and the Future, November 23-25, 2010, The British University in Egypt, Cairo, Egypt.

2009

Grimm, N. B., J. Cavender-Bares, T. Gragson, S. L. Collins, M. Grove, C. L. Redman and C. G. Boone. 2009. Integrating science, society, and education for sustainability. Estes Park, CO. Working group at 14-16 September 2009 LTER All Scientist Meeting, Integrating Science and Society in a World of Constant Change.

Miller, T. R., T. D. Baird, C. M. Littlefield, G. Kofinas, F. S. Chapin III and C. L. Redman. 2009. Epistemological pluralism: Reorganizing interdisciplinary research. Presentation May 14-15 at the Understanding Sustainability: Perspectives from the Humanities, Portland State University, Portland OR.

Miller, T. R., T. A. Munoz-Erickson and C. L. Redman. 2009. Reorganizing knowledge for sustainability: Adaptability in academic institutions. Presentation July 6 at the 15th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference, Utrecht, Netherlands.

2008

Redman, C. L., T. R. Miller and T. A. Munoz-Erickson. 2008. Fostering epiphanies: Adaptive cycles and knowledge for sustainability. Presentation April 14-17 at the Resilience, Adaptation, and Transformation in Turbulent Times International Science and Policy Conference, Stockholm, Sweden.

2007

Gober, P. and C. L. Redman. 2007. Using science to support water resource decision-making under uncertainty. Paper presented February 17, 2007 at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Francisco, CA.

Redman, C. L. 2007. Five elements of a sustainable future. Presented November 3, 2007 at the Emeritus College Symposium, Tempe, AZ.

Redman, C. L. 2007. IGERT in urban ecology. Presented at the October 10-13, 2007 Conference for Sustainability IGERT's, Fairbanks, AK.

Redman, C. L. 2007. Overview of the Global Institute of Sustainability. Presented March 23, 2007 to the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, Tempe, AZ.

Redman, C. L. 2007. Sustainability. Presented May 3, 2007 at the Leadership West Environment Issue Day, Tempe, AZ.

Redman, C. L. 2007. Whither sustainability?. Presented April 12, 2007 Sustainability Lunchtime Colloquium, School of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

2006

Casagrande, D. G., D. Hope, E. Farley-Metzger, W. Cook, S. T. Yabiku and C. L. Redman. 2006. Problem and opportunity: Integrating anthropology, ecology, and policy in the urban American Southwest. Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology.

2005

Gober, P. and C. L. Redman. 2005. Building a boundary organization to improve decision making under uncertainty. Presentation at SMART: Water, Quarterly Conference, Arizona State University, Downtown Center, Phoenix, AZ. March, 2005, Tempe, AZ. (link)

Gober, P. and C. L. Redman. 2005. DCDC: Building a boundary organization to improve decision making under uncertainty. Presented at the March 10, 2005 University of Arizona/Arizona State University collaboration meeting, Casa Grande, AZ.

Gober, P. and C. L. Redman. 2005. New tools and approaches for decision making under uncertainty. Presented at the August 5, 2005 Arizona Water Summit, Flagstaff, AZ.

Larson, E. K., N. B. Grimm, P. Gober and C. L. Redman. 2005. The paradoxical ecology and management of water in the Phoenix, USA metropolitan area. Presentation at the September 2005 UNESCO workshop on Aquatic Habitats in Integrated Urban Water Management, Lodz, Poland.

Redman, C. L. 2005. Re-thinking urban water-- a sustainable engineering approach. Presented March 29, 2005 at SMART conference at ASU's Downtown Center, Phoenix, AZ.

Redman, C. L. 2005. Urban sustainability: A research agenda. Presented at April 7, 2005 Remaking Metropolis: Global Challenges of the Urban Landscape, Tempe, AZ.

Redman, C. L. 2005. What are the future sources of water to meet Arizona's growing needs?. Presented at the January 7, 2005 Water Conservation Leadership Forum, Phoenix, AZ.

Redman, C. L., E. Livingston and A. Horne. 2005. Future sources of water to meet Arizona's growing needs. January 7, 2005 Panel Discussion at the Governor's Water Forum, Phoenix, AZ.

2004

Gober, P. and C. L. Redman. 2004. DCDC: Building a boundary organization to improve decision making under uncertainty. Guest lecture at the November 22, 2004 Climate Assessment for the Southwest (CLIMAS) at the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

Joliveu, T., J. Bravard, C. L. Redman and C. M. Meegan. 2004. Mapping land-use change in a "river city": An opportunity for designing a comparative interdisciplinary approach and discussing a common conceptual framework in LTER. Presented at the July 1-5 European-American Workshop on Long Term Socio-Environmental Research, Motz, France.

Redman, C. L. 2004. DCDC: Building a boundary organization to improve decision making under uncertainty. Presented at the October 26, 2004 East Valley Water Forum Quarterly Meeting, Chandler, AZ.

Redman, C. L. and A. Razdan. 2004. ASU partnership for research in spatial modeling. Presented October 26, 2004 to the East Valley Water Forum SRP Office, Mesa, AZ.

2003

Grimm, N. B. and C. L. Redman. 2003. Urban ecology of central Arizona - Phoenix: Overview and progress. Presented at the 21 September 2003 LTER All Scientists Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Kinzig, A. P. and C. L. Redman. 2003. Agrarian landscapes in transition: The case of central Arizona. Presented at 3-8 August 2003, 88th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Savannah, GA.

Redman, C. L., A. P. Kinzig and L. H. Kuby. 2003. Agricultural landscapes in transition: A cross-scale approach. Presented at February 19, 2003, CAP LTER Fifth Annual Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

2002

Kinzig, A. P., P. S. Warren, J. M. Grove, C. A. Martin, D. Hope and C. L. Redman. 2002. Biodiversity in modern habitats. Presented at 16 February 2002, American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

Redman, C. L. and N. B. Grimm. 2002. The urban ecology of central Arizona - Phoenix. Presented at 4-9 August 2002, 87th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Tucson, AZ.

2001

Grimm, N. B. and C. L. Redman. 2001. Ecological pattern and process and human-ecosystem interaction in central Arizona. Plenary presented at 25-29 April 2001, 16th Symposium of the U.S. Chapter of the International Association of Landscape Ecology, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.

Hope, D., C. Gries, W. Zhu, S. S. Carroll, A. L. Nelson, L. B. Stabler, C. L. Redman, N. B. Grimm and A. P. Kinzig. 2001. Landscape pattern and process of an urban ecosystem: An integrated field inventory approach. Presented at 6-10 August 2001, 86th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Madison, WI.

2000

Fink, J. H., C. L. Redman and N. B. Grimm. 2000. Expanding a long-term ecological research project into a national urban environmental laboratory.. Presentation at a special session on "Earth Sciences in the Cities." (Abstract).

Redman, C. L. 2000. Human ecology and the LTER approach: Potential cooperation with social, behavioral, and economic scientists. Plenary presentation at 2-4 August 2000, Long-Term Ecological Research: Unifying Principles and Global Applications, LTER All Scientists Meeting, Snowbird, UT.

Redman, C. L. and M. M. Elser. 2000. Ecology Explorers and environmental education. Presented September 2000 to Valley Forward, Phoenix, AZ.

Redman, C. L. and J. Grove. 2000. A framework for integrating core social science areas for the LTER network and opportunities for cross-site comparisons. Workshop presented at 2-4 August 2000, Long-Term Ecological Research: Unifying Principles and Global Applications, LTER All Scientists Meeting, Snowbird, UT.

1999

Baker, L. A. and C. L. Redman. 1999. Environmental analysis of urban ecosystems. July-August, Research Frontiers Conferences, Association of Environmental Engineering and Sciences Professors, Penn State, PA.

Knowles-Yanez, K., C. Moritz, J. Fry, M. Bucchin, C. L. Redman, P. H. McCartney and J. Maruffo. 1999. Historic land-use team: Phase I report on generalized land use. Presented at July 1999, 19th Annual User Conference, Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc., San Diego, CA.

1998

Grimm, N. B. and C. L. Redman. 1998. Human and ecological sciences at the urban crossroads: Central Arizona - Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research. Presented August 1998, Special LTER Session on Urban Ecosystems, Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America, Baltimore, MD.

Grove, J. M., C. L. Redman, S. T. Pickett and N. B. Grimm. 1998. An hierarchical, patch dynamics approach to the long term study of urban ecological systems. Presented at May 1998, Seventh International Syposium on Society and Resource Management: Culture, Environment and Society, Colombia, MO.

Hope, D., N. B. Grimm and C. L. Redman. 1998. The Central Arizona-Phoenix (CAP) LTER: A new opportunity for urban ecological research. Presented August 1998, Urban Ecosystems Session, Annual Meeting, Ecological Society of America, Baltimore, MD.

Redman, C. L. 1998. Humans as part of ecosystems. Presented at May 1998, 125th Anniversary Symposium, Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman, MT.

Redman, C. L. 1998. Students, teachers, and environmental science in the coming decade. Keynote presentation at the Arizona Science Teachers Association Conference, Mesa, AZ.

Newspaper Articles

2001

Redman, C. L. 2001. From the director's desk: Charles L. Redman. Center for Environmental Studies Newsletter 4(1):1.

2000

Redman, C. L. 2000. From the director's desk: Charles L. Redman. Center for Environmental Studies Newsletter 3(1):1.

Redman, C. L. 2000. From the director's desk: Charles L. Redman. Center for Environmental Studies Newsletter 3(2):1.

Redman, C. L. 2000. From the director's desk: Charles L. Redman. Center for Environmental Studies Newsletter 3(3):1.

Redman, C. L. 2000. From the director's desk: Charles L. Redman. Center for Environmental Studies Newsletter 3(1):1.

Redman, C. L. 2000. From the director's desk: Charles L. Redman. Center for Environmental Studies Newsletter 3(3):1.

Redman, C. L. 2000. From the director's desk: Charles L. Redman. Center for Environmental Studies Newsletter 3(2):1.

1999

Redman, C. L. 1999. From the director's desk: Charles L. Redman. Center for Environmental Studies Newsletter 2(3):1.

Redman, C. L. 1999. From the director's desk: Charles L. Redman. Center for Environmental Studies Newsletter 2(1):1.

Redman, C. L. 1999. From the director's desk: Charles L. Redman. Center for Environmental Studies Newsletter 2(2):1.

1998

Redman, C. L. 1998. From the director's desk: Charles L. Redman. Center for Environmental Studies Newsletter 1(1):1.

Reports

2013

Larson, K. L., D. D. White, P. Gober, C. W. Kirkwood, V. K. Smith, M. C. Nelson, C. L. Redman and S. K. Wittlinger. 2013. Advancing science in support of water policy and urban climate change adaptation at Arizona State University’s Decision Center for a Desert City: A synthesis of interdisciplinary research on climate, water, and decision making under uncertainty. Decision Center for a Desert City, Arizona State University. Technical Report 13-02. (link)

2007

Vajjhala, S., A. Krupnick, E. McCormick, J. Grove, P. McDowell, C. L. Redman, L. Shabman and M. Small. 2007. Rising to the challenge: Integrating social science into NSF environmental observatories. Resources for the Future.

2001

Grimm, N. B. and C. L. Redman. 2001. CAP LTER 1997-2000: Land-use change and ecological processes in an arid urban ecosystem in the Sonoran Desert. Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University. Report for NSF Site Visit Team. (link)

1999

Grimm, N. B. and C. L. Redman. 1999. Year 2 rogress report: Land-use change and ecological processes in an urban ecosystem of the Sonoran Desert. Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University. (link)

Knowles-Yanez, K., C. Moritz, J. Fry, C. L. Redman, M. Bucchin and P. H. McCartney. 1999. Historic land use: Phase I report on generalized land use. Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University. Central Arizona - Phoenix Long-Term Ecological Research Contribution No. 1. (link)

1998

Grimm, N. B. and C. L. Redman. 1998. Year 1 progress report: Land-use change and ecological processes in an urban ecosystem of the Sonoran Desert. Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University. (link)