Janet Silbernagel

Recent publications:

Drewes, Annette D. and Janet Silbernagel. 2011. Uncovering the spatial dynamics of wild rice lakes, harvesters and management across Great Lakes landscapes for shared regional conservation. InEcological Modelling. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2011.09.015.

Price, Jessica, Janet Silbernagel, et. al. 2011. Eliciting expert knowledge to inform landscape modeling of conservation scenarios. In Ecological Modelling.doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2011.09.010.

Natori, Yoji, Janet Silbernagel, and Michael S. Adams. Biodiversity Conservation Planning in Rural Landscapes in Japan: Integration of Ecological and Visual Perspectives. Chapter in Research in Biodiversity – Models and Applications. pp. 285-306.

Silbernagel, J. et. al. The Next Frontier: Projecting the Effectiveness of Broad-scale Forest Conservation Strategies. Chapter in The Next Frontier: Projecting the Effectiveness of Broad-scale… pp. 210-232.

Silbernagel, J.  2005.  Bio-regional patterns and spatial narratives for integrated landscape research and design.  In:  Tress, B., Tress, G., Fry, G., Opdam, P. (eds.). From Landscape Research to Landscape Planning: Aspects of Integration, Education, and Application. Wageningen UR Frontis Series, Volume 12. Springer: Dordrecht, Berlin, Heidelberg. approx. 440 pp.

Drewes, A. and J. Silbernagel.  2005.  Setting up an integrative research approach for sustaining wild rice (Zizania palustris) in the Upper Great Lakes Region of North America. In: Tress, B., Tress, G., Fry, G., Opdam, P. (eds.). From Landscape Research to Landscape Planning: Aspects of Integration, Education, and Application. Wageningen UR Frontis Series, Volume 12. Springer: Dordrecht, Berlin, Heidelberg. approx. 440 pp.

Silbernagel, J. and W.G. Hendrix. 2004. Sunburn on the vineyard: Terroir and the sustainability of juice grapes in an arid climate. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 1(2):89-94.

Silbernagel, J. Spatial theory in early conservation design: Examples from Aldo Leopold’s work. Landscape Ecology. Landscape Ecology 18:635-646.

Thomas, M.M. and J.M. Silbernagel. 2003. The Evolution of a Maple Sugaring Landscape on Lake Superior ‘s Grand Island . Michigan Academician 35(2):135-158.

Silbernagel, B. and J. Silbernagel. 2003. Tracking Aldo Leopold through Riley’s farmland. Wisconsin Magazine of History . (Summer)

Johnson, B., R. Coulson, E. Fife, K. Hay, M. Hostetler, M.C. Rossiter-Hunter, A. Mills, F. Ndubisi, P.S. Richardson, & J. Silbernagel. 2001. The Nature of Dialogue and the Dialogue of Nature: Designers and Ecologists in Collaboration in Ecology and Design: Frameworks for Learning. Island Press

Selected projects:

Green Wallscape. 2005-06. A transdisciplinary project for an urban site in downtown Madison in collaboration with UW Artist/Sculptor Gail Simpson and the Madison Environmental Group.

The Landscape Tapestry of Cultivation in Wisconsin ’s Lake Superior Region. 2002-05 – An exhibit for the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, Ashland, WI . Funded by the Wisconsin Humanities Council.

Broken Hardscape: Site-integrated Sculptural Rain Gardens for Valencia Lofts, Middleton. 2002-03. A collaborative design and installation with UW Artist/Sculptor Gail Simpson.