PUBLICATIONS OF CHARLES A.S. HALL

{Chronological} as of October 2012.

Books are in bold.

“Flagship” or most important publications (in my view). Most of these are available as PDF files on my website. If you read them and like or don't like them please send me a brief response chall@syr.edu.

 

1969

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(1) Hall, C.A.S. 1969. Mortality of the mayfly nymph, Ephemerella rotunda, at low dissolved oxygen concentrations. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 85(1): 34-39 (M.S. Thesis, Pennsylvania State University, 1966).

 

1970

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(2) Manny, B.A. and C.A.S. Hall. 1970. Diurnal changes in stratification and dissolved oxygen in the surface waters of Lake Michigan. Pages 622 - 634 in Proceedings of the 12th Conference on Great Lakes Research. International Association for Great Lakes Research.

 

1971

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(3) Hall, C.A.S. 1971. Preserving and enhancing the qualities of the waters of North Carolina. ESE Notes (Department of Environmental Science and Engineering) 8 (1) : 1-2.

(4) Woodwell, G.M. and C.A.S. Hall. 1971. The ecological effects of energy: a basis for policy in regional planning. Pages 50-58 in M.D. Goldberg, ed. Energy, Environment and Planning: The Long Island Sound Region. Proceedings of a Conference held at Brookhaven National Laboratory, October 1971.

 

1972

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* (5) Hall, C.A.S. 1972. Migration and metabolism in a temperate stream ecosystem. Ecology 53 (4): 585-604. (Ph.D. Thesis, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1970).

(6) Motten, A.F. and C.A.S. Hall. 1972. Edaphic factors override a possible gradient of ecological maturity indices in a small stream. Limnol. Oceanogr. 17 (6) : 922-926.

(7) Woodwell, G.M., P.H. Rich and C.A.S. Hall. 1972. Carbon in estuaries. Pages 221-240 in G.M. Woodwell and E.V. Pecan, eds. Carbon and the biosphere. Brookhaven Symposium in Biology 24.

(8) (Review) Hall, C.A.S. 1972. Aquatic biology and water pollution. Review of Biology and Water Pollution Control, by C.E. Warren and P. Doudoroff. Ecology 53 (2): 371-372.

(9) (Review) Levin, S.A. and C.A.S. Hall. 1972. Systems Analysis and Simulation in Ecology, Vol. 1 edited by B.C. Patten. Biometrics 29: 832-833.

(10) (Review) Hall, C.A.S. 1972. Ecology of Salt Marshes and Sand Dunes, by D.S. Ranwell. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 103 (2): 417-418.

 

1975

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(11) Hall, C.A.S. 1975. The Biosphere, the Industriosphere and the Interactions. Bull. At. Sci. 31: 11-21.

(12) Hall, C.A.S. 1975. Models and the decision-making process: The Hudson River power plant case. Pages 203-218 in S.A. Levin, ed. Ecosystems Analysis and Prediction. Proceedings of a Conference on Ecosystems, Alta, Utah, July 1974. Reprinted in Models as a Ecological Tools: Theory and Case Histories (Hall and Day, eds.)

* (13) Hall, C.A.S., C. Ekdahl and D. Wartenberg. 1975. A fifteen-year record of biotic metabolism in the Northern hemisphere. Nature 255: 136-138.

(14) Hall, C.A.S. and R. Moll. 1975. Methods of assessing aquatic primary productivity. Pages 19-54 in H. Lieth and R.H. Whittaker, eds. The Primary Productivity of the Biosphere. Springer-Verlag, New York.

(15) (Review) Hall, C.A.S. 1975. Electric Power Plants in the Coastal Zone: Environmental Issues, by J. Clark and W. Brownell. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 104: 418-420.

 

1976

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(16) Haedrich, R.L. and C.A.S. Hall. 1976. Fishes and Estuaries. Oceanus 19 (5): 55-63.

(17) Hall, C.A.S. 1976. Notes on the population biology ecosystem biology interface. Pages 37-40 in S.A. Levin, Ed. Ecological Theory and Ecosystems Models. The Institute of Ecology.

(18) Hall, C.A.S. The implications of future energy supplies for environmental management. 1976. Env. Mgment. 1: 5-7.

(19) Peterson, B.J., C.A.S. Hall, J.P. Reed, and T. Wood. 1976. Comparative respiration of Cape Cod ecosystems. Biol. Bull. 151 (2): 424.

(20) (Review) Hall, C.A.S. and S.E.M. Bayley. 1976. The structure of Marine Ecosystems, by J.H. Steele. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 76: 825-826.

 

1977

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(21) Hall, C.A.S., G. Rowe, J.H. Ryther and G.M. Woodwell. 1977. Acid rain, zooplankton fecal pellets and the global carbon cycle. Biol. Bull. 153: 427-428.

(22) Woodwell, G.M., D.E. Whitney, C.A.S. Hall, and R. Houghton. 1977. The Flax Pond ecosystem study: exchanges of carbon in water between a salt marsh and Long Island Sound. Limnol. Oceanogr. 22 (5): 833-838.

* (23) Hall, C.A.S. 1977. Models and the decision making process: The Hudson River power plant case. Pages 345-364 in C.A.S. Hall and J. Day, eds. Models as Ecological Tools: Theory and Case Histories. Wiley Interscience, New York. 684 pp.

* (24) Hall, C.A.S. and J. Day. 1977. Systems and models: Terms and basic principles. Pages 5-36 in C.A.S. Hall and J. Day, eds. Model as Ecological Tools: Theory and Case Histories. Wiley Interscience, New York. 664 pp.

(25) Hall, C.A.S., J. Day and H.T. Odum. 1977. A circuit language for energy and matter. Pages 37-48 in C.A.S. Hall and J. Day, eds. Models as Ecological Tools: Theory and Case Histories. Wiley Interscience, New York. 684 pp.

(26) Wartenberg, D. and C.A.S. Hall. 1977. A simulation that failed: The biospheric productivity model. Pages 365-380 in C.A.S. Hall and J. Day, eds. Models as Ecological Tools: Theory and Case Histories, Wiley Interscience, New York. 684 pp.

* (27) Hall, C.A.S. and J.W. Day (eds.) 1977. Ecosystem modeling in theory and practice. An introduction with case histories. Wiley Interscience, NY. 684 pp. (First one quarter translated into Chinese).

 

1978

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(28) Hall, C.A.S., R. Howarth, B. Moore, and C. Vorosmarty. 1978. Environmental impacts of industrial energy systems in the coastal zone. Annual Rev. of Energy 3: 395-475.

(29) Howarth, Robert W. and C.A.S. Hall. 1978. What Do You Want to Do With Your Last 27,000 Gallons of Oil? Human Ecology Forum. 8 (3): 2-5.

 

1979

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(30) Hall, C.A.S., N. Tempel and B. Peterson. 1979. A benthic chamber for intensely metabolic lotic systems. Estuaries 2: 178-183.

(31) Hall, C.A.S., M. Lavine and J. Sloane. 1979. Efficiency of energy delivery systems: Part I. An economic and energy analysis. Environ. Mgment. 3 (6): 493-504.

(32) Hall, C.A.S., E. Kaufmann, S. Walker and D. Yen. 1979. Efficiency of energy delivery systems: Part II. Estimating energy costs of capital equipment. Environ. Mgment. 3 (6): 505-510.

(33) Sloane, J., C.A.S. Hall and L. Fisher. 1979. Efficiency of energy delivery systems: Part III. Assessing potential savings through a comprehensive regional insulation program. Environ. Mgment. 3 (6): 511-515.

(34) Woodwell, G.M., C.A.S. Hall, D.E. Whitney and R.A. Houghton. 1979. The Flax Pond ecosystem study: Exchanges of inorganic nitrogen between an estuarine marsh and Long Island Sound. Ecology 60: 695-702.

(35) Woodwell, G.M., C.A.S. Hall, D.E. Whitney, R.A. Houghton and R.A. Moll. 1979. The Flax Pond ecosystem study: The annual metabolism and nutrient budget of a salt marsh in R.L. Jeffries and A.J. Davy (eds.). Ecological Processes in Coastal Environments. Blackwell Scientific Publications, 1979, pp. 491-511.

 

1980

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(36) Detwiler, R.P. and C.A.S. Hall. 1980. The development of an empirically-driven simulation model of carbon exchange between human-impacted tropical ecosystems and the atmosphere. pp. 140-156 in S. Brown, A. Lugo, and B. Liegel, eds. The role of tropical forests on the world carbon cycle. United States Department of Energy EV-78-S-05-6047.

(37) Lugo, A.E., S. Brown and C.A.S. Hall. 1980. The role of tropical forests in the carbon balance of the world. In Lois E. Schmitt, ed. Proceedings of the Carbon Dioxide and Climate Research Program, U.S. Department of Energy UC-11, pp. 261-276.

(38) (Review) Hall, C.A.S. and R.P. Detwiler. 1980. The Global Carbon Cycle by B. Bolin et al. Bioscience 30 (4): 266.

(39) (Review) Hall, C.A.S. and S.A. Levin. 1980. An introduction to systems analysis: with ecological applications. University Park Press, Baltimore and Arnold, London, J.N.R. Jeffers. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 109(5): 582-584.

 

1981

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* (40) Hall, C.A.S. and C.J. Cleveland. 1981. Petroleum drilling and production in the United States: Yield per effort and net energy analysis. Science 211: 576-579.

(41) Hall, C.A.S. and C. Cleveland. 1981. Oil exploration. Science (letters) 213: 1448-1450.

(42) Detwiler, R.P., C.A.S. Hall, P. Bogdonoff, C. McVoy and S. Tartowski. 1981. The role of tropical land use change in the global carbon cycle: detailed analysis for Costa Rica and Panama and preliminary analysis for Peru and Bolivia, p. 69-92. in W. Mitsch (ed.), Energy and Ecological Modeling. Symp. Proc., Elsevier Publishing Co.

(43) Hall, C.A.S., C. Cleveland and M. Berger. 1981. Energy return on investment for United States Petroleum, Coal and Uranium, p. 715-724. in W. Mitsch (ed.), Energy and Ecological Modeling. Symp. Proc., Elsevier Publishing Co.

(44) Kaufmann, R. and C.A.S. Hall. 1981. Energy return on investment for imported petroleum, p. 697-702. in W. Mitsch (ed.), Global Dynamics of Biospheric Carbon. U.S. Department of Energy CO2 Research Series 19. Washington, D.C.

 

1982

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(45) Detwiler, R.P., C.A.S. Hall and P. Bogdonoff. 1982. Simulating the impact of tropical land use changes on the exchange of carbon between vegetation and the atmosphere, p. 141-159. in S. Brown, (ed.), Global Dynamics of Biospheric Carbon. U.S. Department of Energy CO2 Research Series 19. Washington, D.C.

(46) Boynton, W.R., C.A.S. Hall, P.G. Falkowski, C.W. Keefe, and W.M. Kemp. 1982. Phytoplankton productivity in aquatic ecosystems. Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology. New Series Vol. 12D. pp. 305-327.

(47) (Review) Hall, C.A.S. 1982. Comparison of Forest Water and Energy Exchange Models, edited by S. Halldin, EOS 63 (12): 204.

 

1983

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* (48) Cleveland, C.J., R. Costanza, C.A.S. Hall and R. Kaufmann. 1983. Energy and the United States economy: a biophysical perspective. Science 225: 890-897.

(49) Hall, C.A.S., C.J. Cleveland and R. Kaufmann. 1983. Time series analysis of the U.S. energy and economic data. Pp. 69-72. in A.M. Jansson (ed.) Proc. Wallenberg Symposium. Stockholm.

(50) Molofsky, J., E.S. Menges, C.A.S. Hall, T.V. Armentano and K. Ault. 1983. The effects of land use alterations on tropical carbon exchange. pp. 181-194. in T.N. Veziroglu (ed.), Miami International Symposium on the Biosphere, Elsevier Science Publishers.

 

1984

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* (51) Hall, C.A.S., R.P. Detwiler, P. Bogdonoff and S. Underhill. 1984. Land use change and carbon exchange in the tropics: I. Detailed estimates for Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, and Bolivia. Environ. Mgmnt. 9: 313-334. (Cover article).

(52) Detwiler, R.P., C.A.S. Hall, and P. Bogdonoff. 1984. Land use change and carbon exchange in the tropics: II. Estimates for the entire region. Environ. Mgmnt. 9: 335-344.

(53) Hall, C.A.S., R.P. Detwiler, P. Bogdonoff and S. Underhill. 1984. Land use change and carbon exchange in the tropics: III. Structure, basic equations and sensitivity analysis of the model. Environ. Mgmnt. 9: 339-346.

(54) Hall, C.A.S. and D. DeAngeles. 1984. Models in Ecology: Paradigms found or paradigms lost? Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 66: 339-346.

(55) Cleveland, C.J., R. Costanza, C.A.S. Hall, and R. Kaufmann. 1984. Energy and economic activity. Science (letters) 230: 740.

 

1986

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(56) Hall, C.A.S. 1984. The changing intellectual climate of fisheries management. Forum, Environ. Mgmnt. 10: 577-580.

(57) Molofsky, J., C.A.S. Hall and N. Myers. 1984. A comparison of tropical forest surveys. U.S. Department of Energy. Carbon Dioxide Research Program TR032. Washington, D.C. 66p.

(58) Detwiler, R.P. and C.A.S. Hall. 1984. Land use change and carbon exchange in the tropics: II. Estimates for the entire region: Reply. Environ. Mgmnt. 10: 577-580.

* (59) Hall, C.A.S., C.J. Cleveland and R. Kaufmann. 1986. Energy and Resource Quality: The ecology of the economic process. Wiley Interscience, NY. 577 pp. (Second Edition. University Press of Colorado).

 

1987

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(60) Paruelo, J.M., P.J. Aphalo, C.A.S. Hall and D. Gibson. 1987. Energy use and economic output for Argentina. pp. 169-184 in Gonzague Pillet (ed.). Environmental Economics. The analysis of a major interface. Leimgruber, Geneva.

(61) Hall, C.A.S. 1987. Ecosystem scientists are also conservation biologists. Conservation Biology, 1: 263-264.

(62) (Review) Hall, C.A.S. 1987. Energy and Ecology by David Gates. Bioscience. 38: 188.

 

1988

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* (63) Detwiler, R.P. and C.A.S. Hall. 1988. Tropical forests and the global carbon cycle. Science 239: 42-47.

(64) Detwiler, R.P. and C.A.S. Hall. 1988. The global carbon cycle. Science (letters) 241: 1738-1739.

(65) Rykiel, E.J., W.E. Grant and C.A.S Hall (ed.) 1988. An evaluation of the role of theoretical models in Ecology. Special Issue, Ecological Modeling 43: 1-136.

* (66) Hall, C.A.S. 1988. An assessment of several of the historically most influential theoretical models used in ecology and of the data provided in their support. Ecological Modeling 43: 5-31.

(67) Hall, C.A.S. 1988. What constitutes a good model and by whose criteria? Ecological Modeling 43: 125-127.

(68) Hall, C.A.S. 1988. Energy, economics and forestry production: a neophysiocrat¡¯s perspective. p. 242-277. in G. Lonner and A. Tornquist (ed.). Economic evaluations of biomass oriented systems for fuel. International Energy Agency, Task III, Applications of Systems Analysis. Publ. by SIMS, Swedish University of Agricultural Studies, Uppsala.

(69) Benke, A., C.A.S. Hall, C. Hawkins, R. Lowe-McConnell, J.A. Stanford, B. Subercrop and J. Ward. 1988. Bioenergetic consideration in the analysis of stream ecosystems. J.N. American Benth. Soc. 7 (4): 480-502.

(70) Hall, C.A.S. 1988. Can yesterday¡¯s environmental education solve tomorrow¡¯s environmental problems? Keynote address for M.D. Johnson and Y.D. Choi (ed.). Managing environmental resources, Proceedings of the fifth annual Graduate Student Conference on Forestry and Environmental Science. pp. 1-2.

(71) Hall, C.A.S., S. Brown, P. Bogdonoff, D. Barshaw, L. Kaufman, F. O¡¯Hara and S. Underhill. 1988. Bibliography of tropical studies of importance for the global carbon cycle. U.S. Department of Energy Carbon Cycle series CDIAC- 24/V1. (1885 entries).

* (72) Hall, C.A.S. 1988. Ecology. World Book Encyclopedia. pp. E 50-55. (Revised:1993;1999).

 

1989

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* (73) Hall, C.A.S., J.H. Jourdonnais and J.A. Stanford. 1989. Assessing the impacts of stream regulation in the Flathead River Basin, Montana, U.S.A. I. Simulation modeling of system water balance. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management. 3: 61-77.

* (74) Day, J.W., C.A.S. Hall, M. Kemp and A. Yanez-Arenciba. 1989. Estuarine Ecology. Wiley Interscience. New York. 558 pp.

(75) (Review) Hall, C. 1989. Review of U. Sundberg. Operational Efficiency in Forestry. Journal of Forestry, Vol. 8(2): pp. 42-43.

(76) (Review) Hall, C.A.S. and J. Cornell. 1989. P. Ehrlich and J. Roughgarden's “The Science of Ecology”. Climate Change 17 (1).

 

1990

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(77) Hall, C.A.S. and D. Bradley. 1990. Ecological economics: Its implications for Forest Management and Research (a workshop summary). Conservation Biology 4: 221-224.

* (78) Hall, C. 1990. Sanctioning resource depletion: economic development and neo-classical economics. The Ecologist 20: 61-66.

(79) Joudonnais, J., J.A.S. Stanford, F.R. Hauer and C.A.S. Hall. 1990. Assessing options for stream regulations using hydrologic simulations and cumulative impact analysis: Flathead River Basin, USA. Regulated Rivers 5: 279-293.

(80) Hall, C.A.S. and J. Day. 1990. Ecosystem modeling in theory and practice. (Second Edition. University Press of Colorado).

(81) Hall, C.A.S. Limiting the Scope. 1990. Review of operational efficiency in forestry. J. of Forestry Vol. 88, 2. 1990.42-43.

 

1991

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(82) Dale, V.H., C.A.S. Hall and R. Houghton. 1991. Estimating the effects of land use change on global atmospheric CO2 concentration. Can. Jour. Forest Research. 21: 87-90.

(83) Uhlig, J. and C.A.S. Hall. 1991. Refining estimates of carbon released from tropical land use change. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 21: 118-131.

(84) Hall, C. 1991. An idiosyncratic assessment of the role of mathematical models in environmental sciences. Environment International. 17: 507-517.

(85) Hall, C.A.S. 1991. C¨®mo el desarrollo de simulacieones en computadora puede ser accessible a los no expertos en computaci¨®n? Pages 33-36 in Taller Internacional de Ecolog¨ªa y Econom¨ªa. CATIE, Turrialba Costa Rica 60 pp.

(86) Everham, E.M. III, K.B. Wooster, and C.A.S. Hall. 1991. Forest landscape climate modeling. Proceedings of the 1991 Symposium on Systems Analysis in Forest Resources. USDA Forest Service. GTR SE-74.

 

1992

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(87) Hall, C. 1992. “Economic development or developing economics: What are our priorities?” in Environmental Rehabilitation: Policy Issues Vol. 1. Ed. M.K. Wali and J.S. Singh. Elsevier, Amsterdam. pp. 101-126.

(88) *Hall, C.A.S., J.A. Stanford and R. Hauer. 1992. The distribution and abundance of organisms as a consequence of energy balances along multiple environmental gradients. Oikos 65: 377-390.

(89) Hall, C.A.S., M. Taylor and E. Everham. 1992. A geographically-based ecosystem model and its application to the carbon balance of the Luquillo Forest, Puerto Rico. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 64: 385-404.

(90) Cornell, J.D., Y. Qi and C.A.S. Hall. 1992. Baseline geographic information for global change: Modeling land use change in Central America. Proceedings of ASPRS/ACSM/RT 92 convention: Mapping and monitoring global change. Washington, D.C. August 1992. ASPRS/ACSM/RT 92 - Technical Papers 1: 306-320.

(91) Qi, Y., H. Tian, and C.A.S. Hall. 1992. Study of a boreal forest landscape using remote sensing and GIS: I. Background and methodology. Proceedings of ASPRS/ACSM/RT 92 convention: Mapping and monitoring global change. Washington, D.C. August 1992. ASPRS/ACSM/RT 92 - Technical Papers 5: 417-427.

(92) Tian, H., Y. Qi and C.A.S. Hall. 1992. Study of a boreal forest landscape with remote sensing and GIS: II. Pattern of the primary landscape. Proceedings of ASPRS/ACSM/RT 92 convention: Mapping and monitoring global change. Washington, D.C. August 1992. ASPRS/ACSM/RT 92 - Technical Papers 5: 439-

(93) Tian, H., Y. Qi and C.A.S. Hall. 1992. Study of a boreal forest landscape with remote sensing and GIS: III. Impact of forest cutting on landscape change. Proceedings of ASPRS/ACSM/RT 92 convention: Mapping and monitoring global change. ASPRS/ACSM/RT 92 - Technical Papers 5: 439-446.

(94) Qi, Y., H. Tian and C.A.S. Hall. 1992. Study of a boreal forest landscape using remote sensing and GIS: IV. Modeling the landscape change and carbon exchange. Proceedings of ASPRS/ACSM/RT 92 convention: Mapping and monitoring global change.

(95) Washington, D.C. August 1992. ASPRS/ACSM/RT 92 - Technical Papers 5: 447-453.

(96) Hall, C.A.S. and M.H.P. Hall. 1992. Land, energy and the future of tropical agriculture. Memorias del Primer Simposio Nacional. Agricultura ostensible: Una Opcion para el Desarrollo sin Deterioro Ambiental. Comision de Estudios Ambientales, Colegio de Postgraduados. Montecillo, Mexico. 249-264.

 

1993

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(97) (Review) Hall, C.A.S. 1993. (Sherman, ed.) Large Marine Ecosystems. American Scientist. 80: 610-611.

(98) Rand, P.S., C.A.S. Hall, W.H. McDowell, N.H. Ringler, and J.G. Kennen. 1993. Factors limiting primary productivity in Lake Ontario tributaries receiving salmon migrations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 49 (11): 2377-2385.

(99) Pillet, G., A. Baranzini, W. Hediger, S. Sandoz-Terraz, C.A.S. Hall and H. Greppin. (in press) Methods and models for valuing environments - with special reference to Switzerland. Never published!!

(100) Moll, R., G. Fahensteil and C. Hall (in press) Methods for estimating primary production in water (revised) in H. Lieth and R. Whittaker. Primary productivity of the biosphere (2nd ed.) Springer Verlag. Never published!!

* (101) C.A.S. Hall and M.H.P. Hall. 1993. The efficiency of land and energy use in tropical economics and agriculture. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 46: 1-30.

(102) Brown, S., C.A.S. Hall, W. Knabe, J. Raich, M.C. Trexler, and P. Woomer. 1993. Tropical forests: Their past, present, and potential future role in the terrestrial carbon budget. J. Water, Air and Soil Pollution. 70: 71-94.

(103) (Review) Hall, C.A.S. 1993. MAP Series: A geographic modeling package. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 74 (2): 123-125.

(104) Hall, C.A.S., H. Tian and Y. Qi. 1993. Response of the biosphere to changing global environments: Evidence from the Historic Record of Biotic Metabolism. World Resource Review. 5: 207-213.

 

1994

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(105) Uhlig, J., C.A.S. Hall and T. Nyo. 1994. Changing patterns of shifting cultivation in selected countries in southeast Asia and their effect on the global carbon cycle. In V. Dale (ed.). Effect of land use change on atmospheric CO2 concentrations: Southeast Asia as a case study. Springer-Verlag. p. 145-200.

(106) Dale, V.H., S. Brown, E.P. Flint, C.A.S. Hall, R.A. Houghton, L.R. Iverson, J.F. Richards and J. Uhlig. 1994. Estimating CO2 flux from tropical forests. In V.H. Dale (ed.) Effect of land use change on atmospheric CO2 concentration: Southeast Asia as a case study. Springer Verlag, N.Y. 365-384.

(107) Hall, C.A.S. Carbon Cycle. 1994. The Encyclopedia of the Environment. Houghton Mifflin, Boston.

(108) Hall, C.A.S. Ecosystems. 1994. Encyclopedia of Environmental Science. Chapman and Hall, N.Y.

(109) Hall, C.A.S. 1994. (Review) Toward a Unified Ecology. Ecological Economics. 11: 86-87.

(110) Hall, C.A.S. 1994. (Review) Homage to Ramon Margalef. Ecological Economics. 11: 88-89.

* (111) Hall, C.A.S., R. Gil Pontius, Jr., L. Coleman and J.-Y. Ko. 1994. The environmental consequences of having a baby in the United States. Population and Environment, Vol. 15, No. 6, p. 505-523.

 

1995

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* (112) Hall, C.A.S., H. Tian, Y. Qi, G. Pontius, and J. Cornell. 1995. Modeling spatial and temporal patterns of tropical land use change. J. of Biogeography. 22: 753-757.

(113) Hall, C.A.S., Y. Qi, J. Uhlig, H. Tian, E.M. Falero, and S. Brown. 1995. A Spatial Model of Land Use Change and Its Applications to Tropical Asia. Academic Press.

(114) Hall, C.A.S. 1995. (Review). Comparative analysis of ecosystems. Ecological Economics Book. 12(1995): 252-254.

(115) Hall, C.A.S., H. Tian, and Y. Qi. 1995. A 35 year record of the biotic metabolism in the Northern Hemisphere. Letter to Nature. 1995. Published as 133.

(116) Hall, C.A.S., H. Tian, Y. Qi, G. Pontius, J. Cornell, and J. Uhlig. 1995. Spatially explicit models of land use change and their application to the tropics. DOE Research Summary No. 31. 1995.

(117) Qi, Y., 1995. Biosphere modeling in global change study: I. Simulation of primary productivity, in B. Li (editor), Lectures on Modern Ecology, Beijing: The Science Press, pp129-141

(118) Hall, C.A.S. 1995. Integrating geographical and ecological space: examining Whittaker's gradient approach at a local and continental scale. Academic press.???

(119) Tian, H., H. Xu, and C.A.S. Hall. 1995. Pattern and Change of a Boreal Forest Landscape in Northeastern China. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 82: 465-476.

(120) Everham, E.M. and C.A.S. Hall. Shifting abiotic gradients in Geographical and Ecological Space: A method for comparing different disturbances. Submitted to Biotropica 9/15/95. rejected, but I understand in 2005 it will be publishedXX.

* (121) Hall, C.A.S. Maximum power: the ideas and applications of H.T. Odum. University Press of Colorado. 1995.

(122) Hall, C.A.S. Biosphere Models in Global Change Study 1: Simulation of Primary Productivity. 1995.

 

1996

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(123) Qi, Y., C. A. S. Hall, H. Tian and J. Uhlig. 1996. A rule-based spatial model of land use change and carbon dynamics, Geographic Information Science Vol. 3:1-11.

(124) Murdock, D.G., D.R. Ardia, C.A.S. Hall and M.R. Taylor. Using Gradient Analysis to Produce Spatially Explicit Ecological Models. 1996. where?? XXX

(125) Ko, J.Y. and C.A.S. Hall. (manuscript). An Analysis of the Contents of the Journal Ecological Economics. Ecological Economics. Accepted but not published.

 

1997

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(126) Hall, C.A.S. 1997. New Biological Books. The Quarterly Review of Biology. 72:347.

(127) Hall, C.A.S. 1997 (Review) Preparing for global change: a Midwestern perspective. Carmichael et al. (eds). Quarterly review of Biology 72:347.

 

1998

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(128) Hall, C.A.S., J.Y. Ko, C.L. Lee and H.Q. Wang. 1998. Ricardo lives: The inverse relation of resource exploitation intensity and efficiency in Costa Rican agriculture and its relation to sustainable development. pp. 355-370 in S. Ulgiadi (ed.). Advances in Energy Studies, Musis Press, Rome, Italy.

(129) Ko, J.Y., C.A.S. Hall, and L.L. Lemus. 1998. Resource use rates and efficiency as indicators of regional sustainability: An examination of five countries. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 51: 571-593.

(130) Tian, H., C.A.S. Hall, and Y. Qi. 1998. Modeling primary productivity of the terrestrial biosphere in changing environments: toward a dynamic biosphere model. Critical reviews in plant science. 15: 541-557.

(131) Hall, C.A.S. A Costa Rican Paradox. 1998. The New York State Advocate. National Audubon Society of New York State. Spring 1998, p. 13.

(132) Hall, C.A.S. For whom does Ecological Economics speak? Invited Short Piece for Ecological Economics.

(133) Hall, M.H.P. and C.A.S. Hall. 1998. Using gradient analysis to determine biophysical constraints to economic return on investment in the Costa Rican agricultural sector. pp. 315-326 in S. Ulgiadi (ed.). Advances in Energy Studies. Musis Press, Rome, Italy.

(134) Hall, C.A.S. Ecology, Ecosystems, Encyclopedia of Environmental Science. 1999.

 

2000

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(135) Hall, C.A.S., P.W. Jones, T.M. Donovan and J.P. Gibbs. 2000. The implications of mainstream economics for wildlife conservation. Wildlife Society Bulletin 2000: 3-11.

(136) Cleveland, Cutler J., C.A.S. Hall and R. Kaufmann. 2000. Meeting the Ecological Limits (Or assessing the ecological impacts of global CO2 change). pp. 67-123. in Pekka Pirila (ed.). Climate Change: Socioeconomic dimensions and consequences of mitigation measures. Edita, Helsinki (prepared as a centenary special analysis for the Government of Finland).

(137) Tian, H., C.A.S. Hall and Y. Qi. 2000. Increased biotic metabolism of the biosphere inferred from observed data and models. Science in China, Series B (Chemistry), 40 (1): 58-68. (In English).

(138) Hall, C.A.S. 2000. An open letter to the new president. Inside ESF Spring 2000: 3-4.

(139) Tian, H., C.A.S. Hall and Y. Qi. 2000. Increased biotic metabolism of the biotic metabolism of the biosphere inferred from observations. Science in China: Series B: Chemistry, 43 (1), pp. 58-68.

* (140) Hall, C.A.S. Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(141) Hall, C.A.S. 2000. The changing tropics. Chapter 1 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(142) Hall, C.A.S., M. Hall and B. Aguillar. 2000. An historical and visual introduction to Costa Rica. Chapter 2 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying Sustainable Development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

* (143) Hall, C.A.S. 2000. The theories and myths that have guided development. Chapter 3 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(144) Hall, C.A.S., J. Vargas, W. Ravenscroft and J.Y. Ko. 2000. Data about sustainability: time series analysis of population, land use, economics, energy and efficiency in Costa Rica. Chapter 4 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(145) Hall, C.A.S., L. Levitan and T. Schlicter. 2000. Land, energy and agricultural production in Costa Rica. Chapter 5 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(146) Hall, C.A.S., G. LeClerc and P. Van Laake. 2000. The derivation and analysis of national level geographical information: a new model of accessibility and a free micro-GIS program. Chapter 6 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(147) Hall, C.A.S., M.H. Hall and M. Taylor. 2000. Geographical modeling: the synthesis of GIS and simulation modeling. Chapter 7 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(148) LeClerc, G., T. Reyes, W. Bell and C.A.S. Hall. 2000. Synthesis of Costa Rican meteorological information in a geographical context. Chapter 9 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(149) Hall, C.A.S., C. Leon, W. Ravenscroft and H. Wang. 2000. Temporal and spatial overview of Costa Rican agricultural production. Chapter 12 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(150) Hernandez, C., S. Witter, C.A.S. Hall and C. Fridgen. 2000. The Costa Rican banana industry: Can it be sustainable? Chapter 20 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(151) Montanye, D., J. Vargas and C.A.S. Hall. 2000. Overview of foreign trade in Costa Rica. Chapter 23 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(152) Brown, M., C.A.S. Hall and M. Wackernagel. 2000. Comparative estimate of sustainability: economics, resource base, ecological footprints, and energy. Chapter 25 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

* (153) Hall, C.A.S. The myth of sustainable development. 2000. Chapter 26 in C. Hall (ed.). Quantifying sustainable development: The future of tropical Economies. Academic Press, San Diego.

(154) Tharakan, P., T. Kroeger and C.A.S. Hall. 2000. Has industrial development increased resource use efficiency in Asia? Indian Journal of Applied Economics. Special Issue: Essays in honor of Paul Samuelson. 2000: 93-142.

 

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(155) Kroeger, T., P.J. Tharakan, J.Y. Ko and C.A.S. Hall. 2001. The relation between energy intensity and sectoral composition of the economy: Evidence from around the world. p. 75-84 in S. Ulgaldi, M. Brown, G. Giampietro, R.A. Herendeen and K. Mayumi (eds.). Advances in Energy Studies. SGE Editoriali, Padova, Italy.

(156) Hall, C.A.S., P.D. Matossian, C. Ghersa, J. Calvo and C. Olmeda. 2001. Is the Argentine National Economy being destroyed by the department of economics of the University of Chicago? pp. 483-498 in S. Ulgaldi, M. Giampietro, R.A. Herendeen and K. Mayumi (eds.). Advances in Energy Studies, Padova, Italy.

(157) Cornell, J. and C.A.S. Hall. 2001. Shifting Cultivation. pp. 763-767. In Pimentel, D. (ed.). Encyclopedia of Pest Management. Marcel Decker, N.Y.

(158) Hall, Charles, D. Lindenberger, Reiner Kummel, T. Kroeger, and W. Eichhorn. 2001. The need to reintegrate the natural sciences with economics. BioScience 51 (6): 663-673.

(159) Tharakan, P., T. Kroeger and C.A.S. Hall. 2001. 25 years of industrial development: A study of resource use rates and macro-efficiency indicators for five Asian countries. Environmental Science and Policy 4: 319-332.

(160) Hall, C. A. S. 2001 Systems Science. Macmillan Guide to Pollution. MacMillan, N.Y.

(161) Pontius, R. G. Jr, J. Cornell and C. Hall. 2001. Modeling the spatial pattern of land-use change with GEOMOD2: application and validation with Costa Rica. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 85: 191-204.

(162) Giayetto, Oscar y Cantero, Juan Jose. 2001. Analysis de los Sistemas ecologicos . (10 of Charles Hall's articles (and one of John Peet's) translated into Spanish. University of Rio Cuarto Press (Rio Cuarto, Cordoba, Argentina).

 

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(163) Hall, C.A.S. 2002. (Review) Shoveling fuel for a runaway train. By Brian Czech: Conservation Ecology. The Journal of Wildlife Management. Vol. 66: 2: 547-548.

(164) Wang, H., J.D. Cornell, C.A.S. Hall and D. Marley. 2002. Spatial and seasonal dynamics of surface soil carbon in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Ecological Modeling, 147 (2): 105-122.

(165) Wang, Hongqing, Charles A.S. Hall, Joseph D. Cornell, and Myrna H.P. Hall. 2002. Spatial dependence and relationship of soil organic carbon and soil moisture in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Landscape Ecology, 17(8): 671-684.

(166) Tong, C., C.A. S. Hall, and Wang, H. (2002) Land and fertilizer efficiency for rice, wheat and maize production in China (1961-1998). Agriculture, Ecosystems and the Environment. 95:523¡ª536.

(167) Hall, C. 2002. Applying market mechanisms to ecosystem conservation. Review of Heal “Nature and the marketplace: Capturing the value of ecosystems services”. Conservation Biology 16(3):850-852.

 

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(168) Ko, Jae-Young and Charles A. S. Hall. 2003. The correlation between GDP and both energy use and emergy use. pp. 51-59. In M. T. Brown, H. T. Odum, D. Tilley, and S. Ulgiati (Eds.). EMERGY SYNTHESIS: Theory and Applications of the Emergy Methodology: Proceedings of the second biennial Emergy conference. Center for Environmental Policy, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

(169) *Wang, Hongqing, Charles A.S. Hall, Frederick N. Scatena, Ned Fetcher, and Wei Wu. 2003. Modeling the spatial and temporal variability in climate and primary productivity across the Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico. Forest Ecology and Management, 179(1-3): 69-94.

(170) Hall, C. A. S., Pradeep Tharakan, John Hallock, Cutler Cleveland and Michael Jefferson. 2003. Hydrocarbons and the evolution of human culture. Nature 426 no. 6964. p. 318-322.

 

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(171) Wang, H. and C.A.S. Hall. 2004. Modeling the effects of hurricane Hugo on spatial and temporal variation in primary productivity and soil carbon and nitrogen in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Plant and Soil 263: 69-84, 2004.

(172) Brown, M. T., Hall and S. Jorgenson. 2004. Eulogy pp. 1-10. M. and C. A. S. Hall (eds). in Brown, The H. T. Odum Primer: an annotated introduction to the publications of Howard Odum. Ecological Modeling, Vol.78.

(173) Brown, M. and Hall (eds). 2004. Through the MACROSCOPE: the legacy of H.T. Odum. In The H. T. Odum Primer: an annotated introduction to the publications of Howard Odum. Ecological Modeling, Vol. 78. Special issue.

(174) Swaney, Dennis P. and C. A. S. Hall. 2004. Odum in Texas: A brief review of H. T. Odum's Texas Bays studies. pp. 59-63 in Brown, M. and C. A. S. Hall. The H. T. Odum Primer: an annotated introduction to the publications of Howard Odum. Ecological Modeling, Vol. 78. 

(175) Hall, C. A. S. 2004. The continuing importance of Maximum Power. pp. 107-113. in Brown, M. and C. A. S. Hall. The H. T. Odum Primer: an annotated introduction to the publications of Howard Odum. Ecological Modeling, Vol. 78.

(176) Hall, C. 2004. Ecosystems and Energy: History and Overview. Volume 2. pp. 141 -155 in Cutler J. Cleveland (ed) Encyclopedia of Energy. Elsevier . Amsterdam.

(177) Hall, C. 2004. Environmental Gradients and Energy. Volume 2. pp. 491-501. in Cutler J. Cleveland (ed). Encyclopedia of Energy. Elsevier. Amsterdam.

(178) Hall, C. 2004. The Myth of sustainable development: Personal reflections on energy, its relation to neoclassical economics, and Stanley Jevons. Journal of Energy Resources Technology 126:86-89.

(179) Hallock, J., Tharkan, P., Hall, C., Jefferson, M. and Wu, W. 2004. Forcasting the limits to the availability and diversity of global conventional oil supplies. Energy 29:1673-1696.

(180) Driesen, D. and Hall, C. A. S. 2004. Efficiency, Economic Dynamics, and Climate Change: A Critical Look at the Neoclassical Paradigm for Environmental Law. The Digest Law National Italian American Bar Association Journal 13: 1-33.

 

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(181) Hall, C.A.S. and J.Y. Ko. 2005. The myth of efficiency through market economics: A biophysical analysis of tropical economies, especially with respect to energy, forests and water. Pp. 40-58. in M. Bonnell and L. A. Bruijnzeel (eds.). Forests, water and people in the humid : Past, present and future hydrological research for integrated land and water management. UNESCO. Cambridge University Press

(182) Hall, C.A.S. 2005. “Ecological Energetics.” Entry for dictionary of energy (Cleveland and Morris, Eds.) Cutler J. Cleveland, and Christopher Morris. Dictionary of Energy. Elsevier. 129.

(183) Czech,B.,D. L. Trauger, J. Farley, R. Costanza, H. E. Daly, C.A. S. Hall, R. F. Noss, L. Krall, and P.R. Krausman. 2005. Establishing Indicators for Biodiversity. Science Letters. 308:791-792.

(184) Hall, C.A.S. Is it the Beginning of the End for the Age of Petroleum? (Rejected by the

(185) Hall, C.A.S. and J-Y Ko. 2005 Energy and international development: A systems approach to international development p. 73-90. In Ortega, E. and Ulgiati, S (Editors). Proceedings of IV Biennial International Workshop “Advances in Energy Studies”. Unicamp, Campinas, SP, Brazil. June 16-19, 2004.  Grafica da Unicamp.

(186) Hall, C.A.S Making Ecology More Relevant and Powerful for Millenia III. (Smoldering- Posting)

 

2006

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(187) (XXX) Hall, C.A.S. and J.Y. Ko. 2006. The myth of efficiency through market economics: A biophysical analysis of tropical economies, especially with respect to energy, forests and water. Pp. 40-58. in M. Bonnell and L. A. Bruijnzeel (eds.). Forests, water and people in the humid : Past, present and future hydrological research for integrated land and water management. UNESCO. Cambridge University Press. (Reprint of 180)

(188) Wu, W., C.A.S. Hall and L. Zhang. 2006. Predicting the spatial and temporal probability of orographic cloud cover in the Luquillo Experimental Forest in Puerto Rico using generalized linear (mixed) models, Ecological Modeling, 192 (3-4): 473-498.

(189) Borbor-Cordova Mercy, Boyer, E. W., McDowell, W. H. Hall, and C.A.S. 2006. Nitrogen and phosphorus budgets for a tropical watershed impacted by agricultural land use: Guayas, Ecuador. Biochemistry. Vol. 79, Issue 1-2: 135-161.

(190) Hall, C. and K. Klitgaard. 2006. The need for a new, biophysical-based paradigm in economics for the second half of the age of oil. Journal of Transdisciplinary Research Vol. 1, Issue 1: 4-22.

(191) Wu, Wei, C. A. S. Hall, F. N. Scatena and L. Quackenbush. 2006. Spatial modeling of evapotranspiration in the Luquillo experimental forest of Puerto Rico using remotely-sensed data. Journal of Hydrology. 328: 733-752.

(192) Cleveland, C., C.A.S.Hall and R. Herendeen. 2006. Energy returns on ethanol production. Science (letters) 312:1746.

(193) Hall, C. 2006. Integrating concepts and models from development economics with land use change models in the tropics. Environment, Development and Sustainability. Vol. 8:1: 19-53.

(194) Hall, C. A. S. and D. Montanye. Proximate and ultimate factors in biodiversity protection. 2006. Power point and text. American Museum of Natural Science, N.Y. N.Y.

(195) Hall, C.A.S. Trout Fishing in the Second Half of the Age of Oil. (2006) New Mexico Fly Fishing Magazine. (Not Published)

(196) Hallock J., Tharakan P., Hall C., Jefferson M. and Wu W. 2006.  "The challenge of sustainable development: supplies of petroleum in the future."  In: Proceedings of the World Renewable Energy Congress (WREC) IX. August 19-25, 2006, Florence Italy.  Elsevier (2006). pp. 1-9. ISBN 0-080-44671-X.

 

2007

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(197) *LeClerc, G. and C.A.S. Hall. (eds) Making World Development Work: Scientific alternatives to neoclassical economic theory.  University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. 2007.

(198) Hall, Charles A.S, Gowdy, John. 2007. Does the Emperor Have Any Clothes? Chapter 1. In Making Development Work: A New Role for Science. University of New Mexico Press, Alburquerque.

(199) (XXX) Hall, Charles A.S. 2007. The Relation Between Economic Development and Land-Use Change in the Tropics. Chapter 2. In Making Development Work: A New Role for Science. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. (Reprint of 192)

(200) (XXX) Hall, Charles A.S., Dietmar Lindenberger, Reiner Kummel, Tim Kroeger, and Wolfgang Eichhorn. 2007. The Need to Reintegrate the Natural Sciences with Economics. Chapter 4. In Making World Development Work: Scientific alternatives to neoclassical economic theory. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. (Reprint of 157)

(201) (XXX) Hall, Charles A.S., and Ko, J.-Y. 2007. The Myth of Efficiency through Market Economics: A Biophysical Analysis of Tropical Economics. Chapter 5. In Making World Development Work: Scientific alternatives to neoclassical economic theory. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. (Reprint of 180)

(202) Hall, Charles A. S. and G. Leclerc. 2007. How To Construct a Biophysical Economic Model for a Country or Region That Can Be Used for Rapid Appraisal of Development Potential Chapter 6. In LeClerc, G. and C. A. S. Hall. Making world development work: Scientific alternatives to neoclassical economic theory. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

(203) Hall, Charles A. S. and Carlos Leon Perez. 2007. Assessing the Possibility of Sustainable Development in Costa Rica. Chapter 9. In LeClerc, G. and C. A. S. Hall. Making World Development Work: Scientific Alternatives to Neoclassical Economic Theory. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

(204) (XXX) Hall Charles A. S., Pablo Daniel Matossian, Claudio Ghersa, Jorge Calvo, and Clara Olmedo. 2007. Is the Argentine National Economy Being Destroyed by the department of economics of the University of Chicago? Chapter 11. In. LeClerc, G. and C. A. S. Hall. Making world development work: Scientific alternatives to neoclassical economic theory. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque. (Reprint of 155)

(205) Sharp, Gary and Charles Hall. 2007. Neoclassical Economics and Fisheries. Chapter 26. In LeClerc, G. and C. A. S. Hall. Making World Development Work: Scientific Alternatives to Neoclassical Economic Theory. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

(206) Hall, C. A. S. and G. LeClerc. 2007. The Elephants in the Living Room. Chapter 37. LeClerc, G. and C. A. S. Hall. Making World Development Work: Scientific Alternatives to Neoclassical Economic Theory. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

(207) Castello, Leandro, Castello, Jorge P., and C. Hall. 2007. Problemas en el Esatudio y Maejo de Pesquerias Tropicales. Gaceta Ecologica Numero Especial, 84-85. D.R. 65-73.

(208) Wu, Wei, C.A.S. Hall, and F. Scatena, 2007. Modeling the impact of recent land cover changes on the stream flows in North-Eastern Puerto Rico. Hydrological Processes, 21: 2944-2956.

 

2008

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(209) Hall, C.A.S. At $100 Oil - What Can the Scientist Say to the Investor? The Oil Drum. January 4, 2008. <http://www.theoildrum.com/node/3412>

(210) Hall, C.A.S. Why EROI matters. EROI on the web: (Part 1 of 6). The Oil Drum. April 1, 2008. <http://www.theoildrum.com/node/3786>

(211) Hall, C.A.S. EROI Post: A response from Charlie Hall. The Oil Drum. April 7, 2008. <http://www.theoildrum.com/node/3800>

(212) Hall, C.A.S., Sarah Palcher and  Mike C. Herweyer)  Provisional results summary, imported oil, natural gas.    EROI on the web: Part 2 of 6. The Oil Drum. April 8, 2008. <http://www.theoildrum.com/node/3810>

(213) Hall, C.A.S., M.C. Herweyer, A. Gupta.  Unconventional oil: Tar sands and shale oil. EROI on the web: Part 3 of 5. The Oil Drum. April 15, 2008. <http://www.theoildrum.com/node/3839>

(214) Hall, C.A.S. and Bobby Powers.  The Energy Return of Nuclear Power. (EROI on the Web-Part 4 of 5. April 22, 2008.  <http://www.theoildrum.com/node/3877>

(215) Hall, C.A. S., Billy Schoenberg and Kallistia Giermek.   The Energy Return of   (Industrial) Solar – Passive   Solar, PV, Wind  and Hydro. EROI on the web-Part 5 of  6. The Oil Drum. April 22, 2008. <http://www.theoildrum.com/node/3910>

(216) Hall, C.A.S., Daniel Halloran. Wave/Geothermal EROI on the web. Part 6 of 6. The Oil Drum. May 14, 2008. <http://www.theoildrum.com/node/3949>

(217) Hall, C.A.S., and Murphy, D. The IEA WEO 2008 from the Perspective of Biophysical Economics. November 14, 2008. <http://eroi.theoildrum.com/node/4762>

(218) Hall, C.A.S., R. Powers and W. Schoenberg. 2008. Peak oil, EROI, investments and the economy in an uncertain future. Pp. 113-136 in Pimentel, David. (ed). Renewable Energy Systems: Environmental and Energetic Issues. Elsevier London

 

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(219) Hall, C.A.S., Balogh, S., Murphy, D.J.R. 2009. What is the Minimum EROI that a Sustainable Society Must Have? Energies, 2: 25-47.

(220) Hall, C.A.S., Day, J.W. Jr. 2009. Revisiting the Limits to Growth After Peak Oil. American Scientist, 97: 230-237.

(221) Day, J. W. Jr., Hall, C.A., Yanez-Arancibia, A., Pimentel, D., Marti, C. I., and Mitsch, W. J. 2009. Ecology in Times of Scarcity. BioScience. 59:4, 321-331.

(222) Zhao, L., Feng, L., Hall, C.A.S. 2009. Is peakoilism coming? Energy Policy. 37: 2136-2138.

(223) Gagnon, Nate and C.A.S. Hall. 2009. A preliminary study of energy return on energy invested for global oil and gas production. Energies. 2: 490-503.

(224) Day, John W., Hall, Charles A.S., Yanez-Arancibia, Alejandro. 2009. Biophysical Economics: Issues in the Mississippi Delta Act as a Lens for Global Issues. Earth, November 2009: 56-63.

(225) Hall, C.A.S. 2009. (Review) The Dominant Animal: Human Evolution and the Environment. Bioscience. 59:522-525.

(226) Lindstrom, Britt-Marie, Hall, Charles, Salthe, Stanley. 2009. Energi, alltings grund. Miljömagasinet. November 13, 2009.

(227) Tian, Hanqin,  Gauangsheng, Chen, Zhang, Chi, Melillo, Jerry M., Hall, Charles A.S. 2009. Pattern and variation of C:N:P ratios in China’s soils: a synthesis of observational data. Biochemistry. 98: 139-151.

(228) < http://www.springerlink.com/content/q3762337h1167214/fulltext.pdf>

 

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(229) Murphy, David J., Hall,Charles A. S. 2010. Year in review—EROI or energy return on (energy) invested. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Special Issue Ecological Economics Reviews: 1185, 102-118.

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(230) Murphy, D.J.R., Hall, M., Hall, C.A.S., Heisler, G., and Stehmean, S. and Carlos

(231) Anselma-Molina.  2010. The Relation Between Land-Cover and the Urban Heat Island in Northeastern Puerto Rico. International Journal of Climatology. Volume 31(8) pp 1222-1239

<http://nrs.fs.fed.us/pubs/jrnl/2007/nrs_2007_murphy_001.pdf>

(232) Quaye, A.K., Hall, C.A.S., Luzadis, V.A. 2010. Agricultural land use efficiency and food crop production in Ghana. Journal of the Environment, Development, and Sustainability. 12: 967-983.

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(233) Gowdy, J., Hall, C., Klitgaard, K., and L. Krall. 2010. The End of Faith Based Economics. The Corporate Examiner. 37: No. 4-5: 5-11.

< http://www.esf.edu/efb/hall/documents/CEVol37No4-5_EndofFBEconomics.pdf>

(234) Hall, C.A.S., Groat, A. 2010. Energy price increases and the 2008 financial crash: a practice run for what’s to come? The Corporate Examiner. 37: No. 4-5: 19-26.

(235) Gowdy, J., Hall, C., Klitgaard, K., Krall, L. 2010 What every conservation biologist should know about economic theory. Conservation Biology. Pages 1440-1447. September 2.

<http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1523-1739.2010.01563.x/pdf>

(236) Murphy, D., Hall, C.A.S., Powers, B. 2010. New perspectives on the energy return on investment (EROI) of corn ethanol. Environ. Dev. Sustain.

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(237) Yáñez-Arancibia, A., Day, J. W., Hall, C.A.S. 2010. Energía, economía y cambio climático: ecuación insoluble. Instituto Nacional de Ecología INE-SEMARNAT Mexico. 2(1): 75-82.

(238) Balogh, S., Hall, C.A.S, Guzman, A.M., Balcarce, D.E., Hamilton, A. 2010. The potential of Onondaga County to feed Its own population and that of Syracuse New York:  past, present and future. in David Pimentel (ed.) Global economic and environmental aspects of biofuels. Pages 273-319

2011
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(239) Murphy, D.J, Hall, C.A.S. 2011. Energy return on investment, peak oil, and the end of economic growth. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Special Issue on Ecological economics. 1219: 52–72.

(240) Harris, Nancy, and C.A.S., Hall, Empirical estimates of species and ecosystem level respiration of woody stems along an elevational gradient in the Luquillo Mountains of Puerto Rico. Ecological Modeling. 216: 253-264. 

(241) Harris, N.L., Hall, C.A.S., Lugo, A.E., (In press) A test of the maximum power hypothesis along an elevational gradient in the Luquillo Mountains of Puerto Rico: Ecological Bulletins

(242) King, C.W.; Hall, C.A. 2011 Relating Financial and Energy Return on Investment. Sustainability 3, 1810-1832.

(243) Hall, Charles A., and John R. Benemann. 2011 "Oil from Algae?" BioScience 61:741-742.

(244) Hall, C.A.S., and Hanson, D. (Eds.) 2011 Sustainability: Special Issue on EROI

(245) Hall, C.A.S. 2011 Introduction to special issue: Sustainability: Special Issue on EROI. Pages 1773-1777.

(246) Hall, C.A.S., Murphy, D., Cleveland, C., P. O’Conner. 2011. Order from chaos: A Preliminary Protocol for Determining EROI for Fuels. Sustainability: Special Issue on EROI. 2011. Pages 1888-1907.

(247) Gupta, A., Hall, C.A.S. 2011. A Review of Past and Current EROI Date: Sustainability: Special Issue on EROI. 2011. Pages 1796-1809.

(248) Hall, C.A.S., King, C. 2011 Relating financial and energy return on investment: Sustainability: Special Issue on EROI.  Pages 1810-1832.

(249) Guilford, M., C.A.S., Hall, P. O’Conner, and C.J., Cleveland. 2011. A new long term assessment of EROI for U.S. oil and gas: Sustainability: Special Issue on EROI. Pages 1866-1887.

(250) Grandall, L., C.A.S., Hall, and M. Hook. 2011 Energy return on investment for Norwegian oil and gas in 1991-2008: Sustainability: Special Issue on EROI. 2011. Pages 2050-2070.

(251) Hu, Yan, Dong, T., Feng, C.A.S., Hall. 2011. Empirical Analysis of production and EROI from China’s largest oil field – the Daqing Oil Field: Sustainability: Special Issue on EROI. 2011. Pages 2323-2338.

(252) Sell, B., C.A.S, Hall, and D., Murphy. 2011. EROI for traditional natural gas in Western Pennsylvania: Sustainability: Special Issue on EROI. 2011. Pages 1986-2008

(253) Hall, C.A.S. 2011. Sustainability: Synthesis Special Issue on EROI. 2011. Pages 2496-2499.

(254) Murphy, D.J., C.A.S. Hall. 2011. Adjusting then economy to the new energy realities of the second half of the age of oil.  Ecological Modeling Pages 67-71

(255) Hall, Charles A.S. "Congratulations Carey King." Environmental Research Letters 6 (2011): 1-2.

(256) Hall, C.A.S., and K. Klitgaard. 2011. Energy and the Wealth of Nations: Understanding the Biophysical Economy. Springer, NY.

(257) Pascualli, R., C.A.S. Hall. 2011. The Relation of Oil to the Mexican Economy: Past, Present and Future.

 

2012
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(258) Townsend, J., Hall, C.A.S., T. A. Volk, M. Serapiglia, D. Murphy, G. Ofezu, B. Powers and A. Quaye. Energy return on investment (EROI) of current and alternative liquid fuel sources and their implications for wildlife science. Journal of Wildlife Science. (In Press).

(259) Willig, M.R. Christopher P. Bloch, Alan P. Covich, Charles A. S. Hall, D. Jean Lodge, Ariel  Lugo, Whendee L. Silver, Robert B. Waide, Lawrence R. Walker, and Jess K. Zimmerman. Long-term Research in the Luquillo Mountains:  Synthesis and Foundations for the Future. Chapter 8 in LTER Research in the Luquillo Mountains.  Cambridge University Press. 

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(260) Mead, J.V., M. Connerton, C.A.S.Hall and N. Ringler. Area compensation of primary production along a gradient of riparian forest cover for a small temperate stream.  Journal of the North American Benthic Society.

(261) Harris, N.L., C.A.S., Hall, A.E., Lugo, Ecological Bulletins: A test of the maximum power hypothesis along an elevation gradient in the Luquillo Mountains of Puerto Rico

(262) Prieto, P., C.A.S. Hall. 2012 Spain’s Photovoltaic Revolution. Springer, NY.

(263) Hu, Y., L. Feng, and C.A.S. Hall. 2012. The Chinese Oil Industry: History and Future. Springer, NY.

(264) Pascualli, R.C., C.A.S., Hall. The First Half of the Age of Oil. 2012. Springer, NY.

(265) Lash-Marshall, W., C.A.S. Hall, W. Wu. 2012. Using gradient analysis to simulate the spatial structure and function of the Luquillo Experimental Forest. In Gonzales, G. Ecology of the Luquillo Mountains.

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(266) Hamilton, A., A. Maxwell, C.A.S. Hall, S. Balogh. Efficiency of Edible Agriculture in Canada and the U.S. Over the Past 30 Years. Energies. 2012

(267) Poisson, A., C.A.S. Hall, Time Series EROI for Canadian Oil, Gas and Tar Sands. Energies. 2012

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(268) Tian, HQ, R. Houghton and C. Hall. Tropical deforestation and the global carbon cycle revisited. Global Change Biology. (In Review)