Book Chapters (n = 186)

2017

  • Costanza, R. 2017. Claim the Sky!. Ch. 17, pp. 279-284 in: K. N. Ninan and M. Inoue (eds). Building a Climate Resilient Economy and Society: Challenges and Opportunities. Edward Elgar. Cheltenham, UK
  • de Groot, R., L. Braat, and Costanza. 2017. A short history of the ecosystem services concept. Ch. 2.1 pp. 31-34 in: in: B. Burkhard and J. Maes (eds). Mapping Ecosystem Services. Pensoft Press.
  • Anderson, S., A. Giordano, R. Costanza, I. Kubiszewski, P. Sutton, J. Maes, and A. Neal. 2017. National ecosystem service mapping approaches. Ch. 5.7.2. pp. 239-245 in: B. Burkhard and J. Maes (eds). Mapping Ecosystem Services. Pensoft Press.

2016

2015

2014

  • Pert, P. L., R. Costanza, E. Bohensky, J. Butler, I. Kubiszewski, P. Sutton, and L. Maack. 2014. The ecosystem service value of protected areas for cyclone protection in Queensland, Australia. Pp. 1-14 in: R. Murti and C. Buyck (eds). Safe havens: protected areas for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland.
  • Costanza, R. 2014. A Vision of the Future of Science: Reintegrating of the Study of Humans and the Rest of Nature. Pp. 3-24 in: M. J. Manfredo, J. J. Vaske, A. Rechkemmer and E. A. Duke (Eds.). Understanding Society and Natural Resources: Forging New Strands of Integration Across the Social Sciences. Springer, Dordrecht.
  • Ogilvy, S., and R Costanza. 2014. Accounting for Ecological Capital. In Oxford Bibliographies in Ecology. Ed. David Gibson. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Costanza, R. 2014. Forward: The Importance of Valuing Ecosystem Services. Pp. xviii-xxiii In K. N. Ninan (ed). Valuing Ecosystem Services: Methodological Issues and Case Studies. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.
  • Batker, D., I. de la Torre, R. Costanza, J. W. Day, P. Swedeen, R. Boumans, and K. Bagstad. 2014. The threats to the value of ecosystem goods and services of the Missippi Delta. Pp. 155-173 in: J. W. Day, G. P. Kemp, A. M. Freeman, and D. P. Muth (Eds.) Perspectives on the restoration of the Mississippi Delta: the once and future delta. Springer, Dordrecht 194 pp.
  • Costanza, R. and I. Kubiszewski. 2014. Why we need visions of a sustainable and desirable world. Pp. 3-8 in: R. Costanza and I. Kubiszewski (eds). Creating A Sustainable and Desirable Future. World Scientific, Singapore.
  • Costanza, R., G. Alperovitz, H. Daly, J. Farley, C. Franco, T. Jackson, I, Kubiszewski, J. Schor, and P. Victor. 2014. What would a sustainable and desirable economy-in-society-in-nature look like? Pp. 33-50 in: R. Costanza and I. Kubiszewski (eds). Creating A Sustainable and Desirable Future. World Scientific, Singapore.
  • Costanza, R. 2014. A virtual visit to a sustainable 2050. Pp. 73-78 in: R. Costanza and I. Kubiszewski (eds). Creating A Sustainable and Desirable Future. World Scientific, Singapore.

2013

  • Elmqvist, T., C. L. Redman, S. Barthel, and Costanza. 2013. History of Urbanization and the Missing Ecology. Pp. 13-30 in: Urbanization, Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services: Challenges and Opportunities – A Global Assessment. T. Elmqvist, M. Fragkias, J. Goodness, B. Güneralp, P. J. Marcotullio, R. I. McDonald, S. Parnell, M. Schewenius, M. Sendstad, K. C. Seto, and C. Wilkin (Eds). Springer, New York.
  • Costanza, R. 2013. Beyond the argument culture. Pp. xvi-xix in: K.N. Farrell, T. Luzzati, and S. van den Hove (eds). Beyond reductionism: A passion for interdisciplinarity. Taylor and Francis, New York.
  • Steffen, W., J. Rockström, I. Kubiszewski, and Costanza. 2013. Planetary boundaries: using early warning signals for sustainable global governance. Pp. 259-274 in: P. Lawn (ed.). Globalisation, Economic Transition and the Environment: Forging a Path to Sustainable Development. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.
  • Costanza, R., G. Alperovitz, H. Daly, J. Farley, C. Franco, T. Jackson, I. Kubiszewski, J. Schor, and P. Victor. 2013. Building a Sustainable and Desirable Economy-in-Society-in-Nature. Chapter 11, pp. 126-142 in: State of the World 2013: Is Sustainability Still Possible? Island Press. Washington, D.C.
  • Costanza, R., W. J. Mitsch, and J. W. Day, Jr. 2013. An ecosystem vision for New Orleans and the Mississippi Delta: applying ecological economics and ecological engineering. Chapter in: A. Yáñez-Arancibia, R. Dávalos Sotelo, John W. Day and E. Reyes (Eds.) Ecological Dimensions for Sustainable Socio Economic Development. WIT Press, Southampton.
  • Wratten, S., H. Sandhu, R. Cullen and R. Costanza. 2013. Introduction. Pp. xvi-xviii in: S. Wratten, H. Sandhu, R. Cullen and R. Costanza (eds). Ecosystem Services in Agricultural and Urban Landscapes. Wiley-Blackwell. Oxford, UK.
  • Wratten, S., H. Sandhu, R. Cullen and R. Costanza. 2013. Epilogue: Equitable and Sustainable Systems. Pp. 194-195 in: S. Wratten, H. Sandhu, R. Cullen and R. Costanza (eds). Ecosystem Services in Agricultural and Urban Landscapes. Wiley-Blackwell. Oxford, UK

2012

  • Costanza, R. 2012. The Value of Natural and Social Capital in Our Current Full World and in a Sustainable and Desirable Future. Pp. 99-109 in: Weinstein, M. P. and R. E. Turner (eds). Sustainability Science: The Emerging Paradigm and the Urban Environment. Springer, New York.
  • Kubiszewski, I. and R. Costanza. 2012. Ecosystem Services for Sustainable Prosperity. Chapter 16, pp. 177-182 in: State of the World 2012: Moving Toward Sustainable Prosperity. Island Press. Washington, D.C.
  • Costanza, R. 2012. The Ecosystem Promise: Introduction and overview. Pp. 18-25 in: M. Brouwer (Ed.) The Ecosystem Promise. Meindert Brouwer Partner in Communicatie, the Netherlands
  • de Groot, R., J. Allen, J. DuVander, I. Kubiszewski, E. Ostrom, R. Costanza, and D. van den Broeck. 2012. Integrating ecology and economics. Pp. 38-43 in: M. Brouwer (Ed.) The Ecosystem Promise. Meindert Brouwer Partner in Communicatie, the Netherlands
  • Farley, J., G. Flomenhoft, and R. Costanza. 2012. Ecosystem Services and Property Rights. Pp. 162-165 in: M. Brouwer (Ed.) The Ecosystem Promise. Meindert Brouwer Partner in Communicatie, the Netherlands
  • Costanza, R. 2012. The Value of Ecosystem Services and Biodiversity Conservation: a Challenge for the Galapagos. Pp. 245-255 in: M. Wolff and M. Gardener (Eds.) The Role of Science for Conservation. Routledge, New York, NY.
  • Kubiszewski, I. and R. Costanza. 2012. A Fair Share of the Information Commons. Pp 121-129 in: J. Murray, G. Cawthorne, C. Dey and C. Andrew (Eds.). Enough for all forever: A handbook for learning about sustainability. Common Ground Publishing, Champaign, Illinois.

2011

  • Costanza R., and Farley J. 2011. Common Asset Trusts and the World Environmental Constitution. Pp. 224-225 in: World Environmental Constitution. Methodological basics. Yuriy Tunytsya (Ed.). Lviv: Publishing House of UNFU. Lviv, Ukraine.
  • Martinez, M. L., R. Costanza, and O. Pérez-Maqueo. 2011. Ecosystem services provided by Estuarine and Coastal Ecosystems: Storm protection as a Service from Estuarine and Coastal Ecosystems. Pp. 129-146 In: van den Belt M. and Costanza R. (eds) Volume 12, “Ecological Economics of Estuaries and Coasts”. In Wolanski E. and McLusky D.S. (eds) Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science. Academic Press, Waltham MA
  • Heckbert, S., E. S. Poloczanska, R. Costanza, and A. J. Richardson. 2011. Climate Regulation as a Service from Estuarine and Coastal Ecosystems. Pp. 199-216 In: van den Belt M. and Costanza R. (eds) Volume 12, “Ecological Economics of Estuaries and Coasts”. In Wolanski E. and McLusky D.S. (eds) Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science. Academic Press, Waltham MA
  • Costanza, R., E. Bohensky, J. Butler, I. Bohnet, A. Delisle, K. Fabricius, M. Gooch, I. Kubiszewski, G. Lukacs, P. Pert, and E. Wolanski. 2011. A scenario analysis of climate change and ecosystem services for the Great Barrier Reef. Pp. 305-326. In: van den Belt M. and Costanza R. (eds) Volume 12, “Ecological Economics of Estuaries and Coasts”. In Wolanski E. and McLusky D.S. (eds) Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science. Academic Press, Waltham MA
  • Costanza, R., I Kubiszeswki, J. Roman, and P. Sutton. 2011. Changes in ecosystem services and migration in low-lying coastal areas over the next 50 years. Report DR7a as part of the UK Government’s Foresight Project, Migration and Global Environmental Change.
  • Costanza, R. 2011. Liability for environmental damages: toward principles of sustainable governance. Chapter in: C. R. Payne and P. Sand (eds.). Environmental liability: Gulf War reparations and the UN Compensation Commission. Oxford University Press

2010

  • Costanza, R. J. Farley, and I. Kubiszewski. 2010. Adapting Institutions for Life in a Full World. Chapter in: State of the World 2010, Worldwatch Institute, Washington DC.
  • Costanza, R. 2010. The value of a restored earth and its contribution to a sustainable and desirable future. Pp 78-90 In: F. A. Comin (ed), Ecological Restoration: A Global Challenge. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
  • Costanza, R. 2010. The Need for a Transdisciplinary Understanding of Development in a Hot and Crowded World. Pp. 136-148 In: Interdisciplinarity and Climate Change: Transforming Knowledge and Practice for Our Global Future. R. Bhaskar, C. Frank, K. G. Høyer, P. Naess, and J. Parker (eds). Routledge/Taylor & Francis, London.
  • Costanza, R. 2010. Toward a new sustainable economy. Pp. 40-50 in: S. Kates (ed). Macroeconomic Theory and its Failings: Alternative Perspectives on the Global Financial Crisis. Edward Elgar, UK.
  • Costanza, R. 2010. Ecosystem services and ecological indicators. Pp. 189-200 in. Jørgensen, S. E., F-L Xu, and R. Costanza (eds). 2010. Handbook of Ecological Indicators for Assessment of Ecosystem Health, Second Edition. CRC Press/Taylor and Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL 484 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 2010. Contributor (1 of 50) to: J. Jäger and S. Cornell (eds). The Planet in 2050: The Lund Discourse of the Future. Routledge, London.

2009

  • Costanza, R. 2009. Ecological economics: creating a sustainable and desirable future. Pp. 29-39 in: I.P. Soloviy and W.S. Keeton (Eds) Ecological economics and sustainable forest management: developing a transdisciplinary approach for the Carpathian Mountains. Ukrainian National Forestry University Press, Lviv. 432 p.
  • Costanza, R. (Lead Author). J. Farley (Topic Editor). 2009. Herman Daly Festschrift: Toward a sustainable and desirable future: a 30 year collaboration with Herman Daly. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. Cutler J. Cleveland, Ed. (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment).

2008

  • Costanza, R. 2008. Ecological economics 1. Pp. 999-1006 in Jorgensen, S. E. and B. Fath (eds). Encyclopedia of Ecology. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • Costanza, R. 2008. Ecological economics 2. Pp. 1006-1011 in Jorgensen, S. E. and B. Fath (eds). Encyclopedia of Ecology. Elsevier, Amsterdam

2007

  • Ceroni, M., S. Liu, and R. Costanza. 2007. Ecological and Economic Roles of Biodiversity in Agroecosystems. Pp. 446-472 In Jarvis, DI, C Padoch, and D Cooper (eds): Managing Biodiversity in Agricultural Ecosystems. Columbia University Press, New York.
  • Costanza, R., L. Graumlich, and W. Steffen. 2007. Sustainability or Collapse: Lessons from Integrating the History of Humans and the Rest of Nature. Pp. 3-18 in: R. Costanza, L. Graumlich, and W. Steffen (eds.). Sustainability or Collapse? An Integrated History and future Of People on Earth. MIT Press. Cambridge, MA.
  • Costanza, R. 2007. Assessing and Communicating Data Quality: Toward a System of Data Quality Grading. Pp 39-50 in: R. Costanza, L. Graumlich, and W. Steffen (eds.). Sustainability or Collapse? An Integrated History and future Of People on Earth. MIT Press. Cambridge, MA.
  • Costanza, R., R. Leemans, R. Boumans, and E. Gaddis. 2007. Integrated global models. Pp 417-446 in: R. Costanza, L. Graumlich, and W. Steffen (eds.). Sustainability or Collapse? An Integrated History and future Of People on Earth. MIT Press. Cambridge, MA.
  • N. Young, R. Leemans, R. M. J. Boumans, R. Costanza, B. J. M. de Vries,, J. Finnigan, U. Svedin, and M. D. Young 2007. Group Report: Options for the Future of Humans on Earth. Pp 447-470 in: R. Costanza, L. Graumlich, and W. Steffen (eds.). Sustainability or Collapse? An Integrated History and future Of People on Earth. MIT Press. Cambridge, MA.
  • van den Belt, M., R. Costanza, S. Demers, S. Diaz, G. A. Ferreyra, S. M. F. Gianesella, E. W. Koch, F. R. Momo, and M. Vernet. 2007. Mediated modeling for integrating science and stakeholders: Impacts of enhanced Ultraviolet-B radiation on ecosystem services. Pp.179-186 in: H. Tiessen, M. Brklacich, G. Breulmann, and R. S. C. Menezes (eds). Communicating global change science to society: an assessment and case studies. SCOPE 68. Island Press, Washington DC. 217 pp.
  • Costanza, R. (Lead Author); C. J. Cleveland (Topic Editor). 2007. Toward an ecological economy. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. C. J. Cleveland (Ed) (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). <http://www.eoearth.org/article/Toward_an_ecological_economy>
  • Costanza, R. (Lead Author); C. J. Cleveland (Topic Editor). 2007. Natural capital. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. C. J. Cleveland,) (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). [Published February 26, 2007; Retrieved August 6, 2007]. <http://www.eoearth.org/article/Natural_capital>
  • Costanza, R. (Lead Author); C. J. Cleveland (Topic Editor). 2007. Genuine Progress Indicator (GPI) for Chittenden County and Burlington, Vermont, United States. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. C. J. Cleveland (Ed.) (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). <http://www.eoearth.org/article/Genuine_Progress_Indicator_(GPI)_for_Chittenden_County_and_Burlington,_Vermont,_United_States>
  • Costanza, R, W. Mitsch and J. W. Day (Lead Authors). C. J. Cleveland (Topic Editor). 2007. Rebuilding New Orleans: applying ecological economics and ecological engineering. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. Cutler J. Cleveland, Ed. (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). http://www.eoearth.org/article/Rebuilding_New_Orleans:_applying_ecological_economics_and_ecological_engineering
  • Costanza, R. (Lead Author). N. Golubiewski and C. J. Cleveland (Topic Editors). 2007. Value of the world’s ecosystem services: the influence of a single paper. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. Cutler J. Cleveland, Ed. (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). http://www.eoearth.org/article/Value_of_the_world’s_ecosystem_services:_the_influence_of_a_single_paper
  • Costanza, R. and J. Farley (Lead Authors). N. Golubiewski and C. J. Cleveland (Topic Editors). 2007. Need for a shared vision of a sustainable and desirable future. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. Cutler J. Cleveland, Ed. (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). http://www.eoearth.org/article/Need_for_a_shared_vision_of_a_sustainable_and_desirable_future
  • Costanza, R. (Lead Author). N. Golubiewski and C. J. Cleveland (Topic Editors). 2007. Maximum power principle. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. Cutler J. Cleveland, Ed. (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). http://www.eoearth.org/article/Maximum_power_principle
  • Costanza, R. (Lead Author). N. Golubiewski and C. J. Cleveland (Topic Editors). 2007. Lisbon principles of sustainable governance. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. Cutler J. Cleveland, Ed. (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). http://www.eoearth.org/article/Lisbon_principles_of_sustainable_governance
  • Costanza, R. (Lead Author). N. Golubiewski and C. J. Cleveland (Topic Editors). 2007. Limits of “consumer sovereignty”. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. Cutler J. Cleveland, Ed. (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). http://www.eoearth.org/article/Limits_of_“consumer_sovereignty
  • Costanza, R., W. Steffen, K. Hibbard, C. Crumley, R. Leemans, L. Graumlich, J. Dearing, C. Redman and D. Schimel (Lead Authors); Cutler J. Cleveland (Topic Editor). 2007. Evolution of the human-environment relationship. In: Encyclopedia of Earth. Cutler J. Cleveland, Ed. (Washington, D.C.: Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment). http://www.eoearth.org/article/Evolution_of_the_human-environment_relationship

2006

  • House J.I., V. Brovkin, R. Betts, R. Costanza, M.A. Silva Dias, E.,Holland, C. le Que´re´, N. Kim Phat, U. Riebesell, M. Scholes, 2006. Air Quality and Climate, Chapter 13 in R. Hassan, R. Scholes and N. Ash (eds), Ecosystems & Human Well-Being: Volume 1 Current Status and Trends, Island Press, Washington.
  • Costanza, R., B. Fisher, S. Liu, and T. Christopher. 2006. Biodiversity and ecosystem services: a multiscale empirical study of the contribution of species richness to net primary production. Pp. 9-26 in: P. Lebrun (ed). Biodiversité: État, enjeux et perspectives. De Boeck, Brussels, Belgium. 238pp.
  • Costanza, R. 2006. pp. 90-92, 102,111-112, 120, 229-230, and 236-237 in: Beeley, F, M. Colwell, and J. Stevens (eds). Planet earth: the future. BBC books, London.

2005

  • Wilson, M. A., R. Costanza, R. Boumans, and S. Liu. 2005. Integrated assessment and valuation of ecosystem goods and services provided by coastal systems. Pp. 1-24 in J. G. Wilson (ed) The Intertidal Ecosystem, Royal Irish Academy Press, Dublin 206 pgs.
  • House, J., V. Brovkin, R. Betts, R. Costanza, M. Assunçao Silva Dias, B. Holland, C. Le Quéré, N. Kim Phat, U. Riebesell, M. Scholes, A. Arneth, D. Barratt, K. Cassman, T. Christensen, S. Cornell, J. Foley, L. Ganzeveld, T. Hickler, S. Houweling, M. Scholze, F. Joos, K. Kohfeld, M. Manizza, D. Ojima, I. C. Prentice, C. Schaaf, B. Smith, I. Tegen, K. Thonicke, N. Warwick. 2005. Climate and Air Quality. Chapter 13 in: Ecosystems and Human Well-Being: Current State and Trends: Findings of the Condition and Trends Working Group of the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. Island Press, Washington, DC.

2004

  • Costanza, R. 2004. Value theory and energy. Pp. 337-346 In: C. Cleveland (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Energy. vol 6 Elsevier, Amsterdam
  • Wilson, M., A. Troy, and R. Costanza. 2004. The economic geography of ecosystem goods and services. Pp 69-95 in: J. Dieterich and J. van der Straaten (eds) Cultural landscapes and land use: the nature conservation – society interface. Kluwer, Amsterdam.
  • Costanza, R. 2004. Changing visions of humans’ place in the world and the need for an ecological economics. Pp. 237-246 in: E. Fullbrook (ed). A guide to what’s wrong with economics. Anthem Press, London, 323 pgs.

2003

  • Maxwell, T. P., J. Berkson, T. Schoennagel, F. A. Poiani, and R. Costanza. 2003. Educational Investments in Environmental Science and Management. Pp. 263-285 in: V. Dale (ed.) Ecological modeling for resource management. Springer, New York, NY. 328 pp.
  • Costanza, R. and A. Voinov. 2003. Introduction: spatially explicit landscape simulation models. Pp. 3-20 in: R. Costanza and A. Voinov (eds). Landscape Simulation Modeling: A Spatially Explicit, Dynamic Approach. Springer, New York. 330 pp
  • Maxwell, T., C. Fitz, R. Boumans, and R. Costanza. 2003. Spatial simulation using the SME. Pp. 21-42 in: R. Costanza and A. Voinov (eds). Landscape Simulation Modeling: A Spatially Explicit, Dynamic Approach. Springer, New York. 330 pp
  • Voinov, A., C. Fitz, R. Boumans, and R. Costanza. 2003. Modular ecosystem modeling. Pp. 43-76 in: R. Costanza and A. Voinov (eds). Landscape Simulation Modeling: A Spatially Explicit, Dynamic Approach. Springer, New York. 330 pp
  • Villa, F., A. Voinov, C. Fitz, and R. Costanza. 2003. Calibration of large spatial models: a multistage, multiobjective optimization technique. Pp. 77-118 in: R. Costanza and A. Voinov (eds). Landscape Simulation Modeling: A Spatially Explicit, Dynamic Approach. Springer, New York. 330 pp
  • Fitz, C., F. Sklar, T. Waring, A. Voinov, R. Costanza, and T. Maxwell. 2003. Development and application of the Everglades landscape model. Pp. 143-172 in: R. Costanza and A. Voinov (eds). Landscape Simulation Modeling: A Spatially Explicit, Dynamic Approach. Springer, New York. 330 pp
  • Voinov, A., R. Costanza, R. Boumans, T. Maxwell, and H. Voinov. 2003. The Patuxent landscape model: Integrated modeling of a watershed. Pp. 197-232 in: R. Costanza, and A. Voinov (eds). Landscape Simulation Modeling: A Spatially Explicit, Dynamic Approach. Springer, New York. 330 pp

2002

  • Costanza, R. 2002. Visions of alternative (unpredictable) futures and their use in policy analysis. Pp. 22-39 in: S. Bondrup-Nielsen, N. W. P. Munro, G. Nelson, J.H. M. Willison, T. B. Herman, and P. Eagles (eds.), Managing protected areas in a changing world.   Science and Management of Protected Areas Association, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  • Costanza, R. and S. E. Jørgensen. 2002. Introduction. Pp. 1-3 in: R. Costanza and S. E. Jørgensen (eds.) Understanding and Solving Environmental Problems in the 21st Century: Toward a New, Integrated Hard Problem Science. Elsevier, Amsterdam. 324 pp
  • Costanza, R., J. Farley, and P. Templet. 2002. Background: Quality of life and the distribution of wealth and resources. Pp. 221-258 in: R. Costanza and S. E. Jørgensen (eds.) Understanding and Solving Environmental Problems in the 21st Century: Toward a New, Integrated Hard Problem Science. Elsevier, Amsterdam. 324 pp
  • Farley, J., R. Costanza, P. Templet, M. Corson, P. Crabbe, R. Esquivel, K. Furusawa, W. Fyfe, O. Loucks, K. MacDonald, L. MacPhee, L. McArthur, C. Miller, Pl O’Brien, G. Patterson, J. Ribemboim, and S. J. Wilson. 2002. Consensus: Quality of life and the distribution of wealth and resources. Pp. 259-302 in: R. Costanza and S. E. Jørgensen (eds.) Understanding and Solving Environmental Problems in the 21st Century: Toward a New, Integrated Hard Problem Science. Elsevier, Amsterdam. 324 pp
  • Jørgensen, S. E and R. Costanza. 2002. Conclusions. Pp. 303-308 in: R. Costanza and S. E. Jørgensen (eds.) Understanding and Solving Environmental Problems in the 21st Century: Toward a New, Integrated Hard Problem Science. Elsevier, Amsterdam. 324 pp
  • Costanza, R. 2002. Valuing the earth: reintegrating the study of humans and the rest of nature. Pp. 47-75 in: Managing the earth: the Linacre Lectures 2001. J. C. Briden and T. E. Downing (eds.). Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

2001

  • Costanza, R. B. Low, E. Ostrom, and J. Wilson. 2001. Ecosystems and human systems: a framework for exploring the linkages. Pp. 3-20 in: R. Costanza, B. Low, E. Ostrom, and J. Wilson (eds). 2001. Institutions, Ecosystems, and Sustainability. Lewis/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 270 pp.
  • Costanza, R. and M. Ruth. 2001. Dynamic systems modeling. Pp. 21-32 in: Costanza, R., B. Low, E. Ostrom, and J. Wilson (eds). 2001. Institutions, Ecosystems, and Sustainability. Lewis/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 270 pp.
  • Low, B., E. Ostrom, R. Costanza, and J. Wilson. 2001. Human-ecosystem interactions: a basic dynamic integrated model. Pp. 33-58 in: Costanza, R., B. Low, E. Ostrom, and J. Wilson (eds). 2001. Institutions, Ecosystems, and Sustainability. Lewis/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 270 pp.
  • Wilson, J. R. Costanza, B. Low, and E. Ostrom. 2001. Scale misperceptions and the spatial dynamics of a social-ecological system. Pp. 59-76 in: Costanza, R., B. Low, E. Ostrom, and J. Wilson (eds). 2001. Institutions, Ecosystems, and Sustainability. Lewis/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 270 pp.
  • Costanza, R. and M. Ruth. 2001. Modeling for scoping, research, and management. Pp. 169-178 in: Costanza, R., B. Low, E. Ostrom, and J. Wilson (eds). 2001. Institutions, Ecosystems, and Sustainability. Lewis/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 270 pp.
  • Costanza, R., A. Voinov, R. Boumans, T. Maxwell, F. Villa, L. Wainger, and H. Voinov. 2001. Case study: Patuxent River watershed, Maryland. Pp. 179-232 in: Costanza, R., B. Low, E. Ostrom, , and J. Wilson (eds). 2001. Institutions, Ecosystems, and Sustainability. Lewis/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 270 pp.
  • Costanza, R. B. Low, E. Ostrom, and J. Wilson. 2001. Future directions. Pp. 233-246 in: R. Costanza, B. Low, E. Ostrom, and J. Wilson (eds). 2001. Institutions, Ecosystems, and Sustainability. Lewis/CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 270 pp.
  • Costanza, R. O. Segura, and J. Martinez-Alier. 2001. Envisioning and implementation of a sustainable society. Pp: 17-23 in: R. C. Dorf (Ed.) Technology, humans, and society: toward a sustainable world. Academic Press, New York.
  • Costanza, R. 2001. Four visions of the century ahead: will it be Star Trek, Ecotopia, Big Government, or Mad Max? Pp: 190-197 in: R. C. Dorf (Ed.) Technology, humans, and society: toward a sustainable world. Academic Press, New York.
  • Cleveland, C. J., R. Costanza and D. I. Stern. 2001. Introduction: the changing nature of economics – towards an ecological economics. Pp. 1-14 in: Cleveland, C. J., D. I. Stern and R. Costanza (eds.) The economics of nature and the nature of economics. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, England
  • Costanza, R., S. Farber, B. Castaneda and M. Grasso. 2001. Green national accounting: goals and methods. Pp. 262-282 in: Cleveland, C. J., D. I. Stern and R. Costanza (eds.) The economics of nature and the nature of economics. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, England

2000

  • Costanza, R., C. Perrings, and C. J. Cleveland. 2000. Ecosystem and economic theories in ecological economics. Pp. 547-560 in: S. E. Jørgensen and F. Müeler (eds) Handbook of Ecosystem Theories and Management. Lewis Press, Boca Raton, FL.584 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 2000. Environmental sustainability, indicators, and climate change. Pp. 109-142 in: M. Munasinghe and R. Swart (eds.) Climate change and its linkages with development, equity, and sustainability. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Fisher, T. R. D. Correll, R. Costanza, J. T. Hollibaugh, C. S. Hopkinson Jr., R. W. Howarth, N. N. Rabalais, J. E. Richey, C. J. Vörösmarty, and R. Wiegert. 2000. Synthesizing drainage basin inputs to coastal systems.   Pp. 81-106 in: J. Hobbie (ed.) Estuarine science: a synthetic approach to research and practice. Island Press. 539 pp.
  • Costanza, R. and A. Voinov. 2000. Integrated ecological economic regional modeling: linking consensus building and analysis for synthesis and adaptive management. Pp. 461-506 in: J. Hobbie (ed.) Estuarine science: a synthetic approach to research and practice. Island Press. 539 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 2000. The ecological, economic, and social importance of the oceans. Pp. 393-403 in: C. Sheppard (ed) Seas at the millennium: an environmental evaluation. Volume III: Global Issues and Processes. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

1999

  • Cornwell, L. and R. Costanza. 1999. Environmental bonds: implementing the precautionary principle in environmental policy. Pp. 220-240 in: C. Raffensperger and J. Tickner (eds.) Protecting public health and the environment: implementing the precautionary principle. Island Press. Washington DC, 385 pp.
  • Costanza, R. and M. Mageau. 1999. What is a healthy ecosystem? Pp. 385-415 in: H. Kumpf, K Steidinger, and K. Sherman (eds.) The Gulf of Mexico large marine ecosystem: Assessment, sustainability, and management. Blackwell Science, New York. 704 pp.

1998

  • Costanza, R. and J. Greer. 1998. The Chesapeake Bay and its watershed: a model for sustainable ecosystem management? pp. 261-302 in D. Rapport, R. Costanza, P. Epstein, C. Gaudet, and R. Levins (eds.), Ecosystem Health. Blackwell Scientific, New York, 372 pp.
  • Costanza, R., M. Mageau, B. Norton, and B. C. Patten. 1998. What is sustainability? pp. 231-239 in: D. Rapport, R. Costanza, P. Epstein, C. Gaudet, and R. Levins (eds.), Ecosystem Health. Blackwell Scientific, New York, 372 pp.
  • Costanza, R., M. Mageau, B. Norton, and B. C. Patten. 1998. Predictors of ecosystem health. pp. 240-250 in: D. Rapport, R. Costanza, P. Epstein, C. Gaudet, and R. Levins (eds.), Ecosystem Health. Blackwell Scientific, New York, 372 pp.
  • Costanza, R., M. Mageau, B. Norton, and B. C. Patten. 1998. Social decision making. pp. 251-260 in: D. Rapport, R. Costanza, P. Epstein, C. Gaudet, and R. Levins (eds.), Ecosystem Health. Blackwell Scientific, New York, 372 pp.

1997

  • Costanza, R. and C. Folke. 1997. Valuing ecosystem services with efficiency, fairness and sustainability as goals. pp: 49-70 in: G. Daily (ed.), Nature’s Services: Societal Dependence on Natural Ecosystems. Island Press, Washington, DC, 392 pp.
  • Cowling, R. M., R. Costanza, and S. I. Higgins. 1997. Services supplied by South African fynbos ecosystems. pp. 345-364 in: G. Daily (ed.), Nature’s Services: Societal Dependence on Natural Ecosystems. Island Press, Washington, DC, 392 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1997. Valuation of ecological systems with sustainability, fairness, and efficiency as goals. pp: 524-525 in: G. K. Meffe and C. R. Carroll (eds.), Principles of Conservation Biology, Second Edition. Sinauer, Sunderland, MA.
  • Costanza, R., C. J. Cleveland, and C. Perrings. 1997. Introduction to the development of ecological economics. pp: xiii-xxix in: R. Costanza, C. J. Cleveland, and C. Perrings (eds.), The Development of Ecological Economics. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham. (also reprinted as pp. 87-110 in: P. N. Nemetz (ed.) Bringing business on board: sustainable development and the B-school curriculum. JBA Press, Vancouver, BC, Canada)
  • Costanza, R. and M. Ruth. 1997. Dynamic systems modeling for scoping and consensus building. pp. 281-308 in: Dragun, A.K. and Jakobsson, K.M (eds.), Sustainability and Global Environmental Policy: New perspectives. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 319 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1997. Building transdisciplinary bridges at the frontiers of ecology and economics. pp. xiii – xxvi in: Frontiers in Ecological Economics: Transdisciplinary Essays of Robert Costanza. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

1996

  • Costanza, R. and A. Voinov. 1996. Interaction between economics and the environment from the point of view of sustainable development. pp. 33-58 in: V. A. Koptyug and M. Uppenbrink (eds.), Sustainable Development of the Lake Baikal Region: A Model Territory for the World. Springer, Berlin, 372 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1996. Designing sustainable ecological economic systems. pp 79-95 in: P. Schulze (ed.), Engineering within Ecological Constraints. National Academy Press, Washington, DC, 213 pp.
  • Opschoor, J. B. and R. Costanza. 1996. Environmental performance indicators, environmental space and the preservation of ecosystem health. pp. 157-190 in: Global environmental Change and Sustainable Development in Europe. European Commission Press, Luxembourg.
  • Reyes, E., R. Costanza, L. Wainger, E. DeBellevue, and N. Bockstael. 1996. Integrated ecological economics regional modelling for sustainable development. pp. 253-277 in: S. Faucheux, D. Pearce, and J. Proops (eds.), Models of Sustainable Development. Edward Elgar Press, Cheltenham, UK.
  • Costanza, R., O. Segura, and J. Martinez-Alier. 1996. Integrated envisioning, analysis, and implementation of a sustainable and desirable society. pp. 1-16 in: R. Costanza, O. Segura, and J. Martinez-Alier (eds.), Getting Down to Earth: Practical Applications of Ecological Economics. Island Press, 472 pp.
  • Costanza, R., L. Wainger, and N. Bockstael. 1996. Integrating spatially explicit ecological and economic models: theory and applications in the Patuxent River Watershed, Maryland. pp. 249-284 in: R. Costanza, O. Segura, and J. Martinez-Alier (eds.), Getting Down to Earth: Practical Applications of Ecological Economics. Island Press, 472 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1996. Ecological economics: creating a transdisciplinary science. pp 139-169 in: P. H. May and R. Seroa da Motta (eds.), Pricing the Planet: Economic Analysis for Sustainable Development. Columbia University Press, NY, 220 pp.
  • Costanza, R. and C. Folke. 1996. The structure and function of ecological systems in relationship to property rights regimes. pp 133-34 in: S. Hanna, C. Folke, and K-G. Mäler (eds.), Rights to Nature: Ecological, Economic, Cultural, and Political Principles of Institutions for the Environment. Island Press, Washington, DC, 298 pp.
  • Steer, A. and R. Costanza. 1996. Forward. pp. vi in: Munasinghe, M. (ed.), Environmental Impacts of Macroeconomic and Sectoral Policies. The World Bank, Washington, DC.

1995

  • Costanza, R. and B. Hannon. 1995. Multicommodity ecosystem analysis: dealing with the “mixed units” problem in flow and compartmental analysis. pp. 485-507 in: B. C. Patten and S. E. Jørgensen (eds.), Complex Ecology: The Part-Whole Relation in Ecosystems. Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 705 pp.
  • Costanza, R., M. Kemp, and W. Boynton. 1995. Scale and biodiversity in coastal and estuarine ecosystems. pp: 84-125 in: C. A. Perrings, K.-G. Mäler, C. Folke, C. S. Holling, and B.-O. Jansson (eds.), Biodiversity Loss: Economic and Ecological Issues. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 325 pp.
  • Costanza, R., L. Wainger, and N. Bockstael. 1995. Integrated ecological economic systems modeling: theoretical issues and practical applications. pp 45-66 in: J. Walter Milon and J. Shogren (eds.), Integrating Economic and Ecological Indicators: Practical Methods for Environmental Policy Analysis. Praeger Press, Westport, CT, 216 pp. (Also reprinted as pp. 352-374 in: Costanza, R. 1997. Frontiers in Ecological Economics: Transdisciplinary Essays of Robert Costanza. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 491 pp.).
  • Costanza, R. 1995. Ecological economics: toward a new transdisciplinary science. pp 323-348 in: R. L. Knight and S. F. Bates (eds.), A New Century for Natural Resources Management. Island Press, Washington, DC, 398 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1995. Ecological and economic system health and social decision making. pp 103-125 in: D. J. Rapport, C.L. Gaudet, and P. Calow (eds.), Evaluating and Monitoring the Health of Large-Scale Ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, 454 pp.
  • Costanza, R. and P. P. Principe. 1995. Methods for economic and sociological considerations in ecological risk assessment. pp. 395-406 in: R. A. Linthurst, P. Bourdeau, and R. G. Tardiff (eds.), Methods to Assess the Effects of Chemicals on Ecosystems. John Wiley, New York.
  • Costanza, R. and J. Greer. 1995. The Chesapeake Bay and its watershed: a model for sustainable ecosystem management? pp. 169-213 in: L. H. Gunderson, C. S. Holling and S. Light (eds.), Barriers and Bridges to the Renewal of Ecosystems and Institutions. Columbia University Press, New York, 593 pp. (Also reprinted as pp. 427-472 in: Costanza, R. 1997. Frontiers in Ecological Economics: Transdisciplinary Essays of Robert Costanza. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 491 pp.).
  • Costanza, R. 1995. Guest essay: Defining sustainability. pp. 8 in: G. T. Miller. Living in the Environment, Ninth edition. Wadsworth, Belmont, CA.

1994

  • Costanza, R. 1994. Valuation of ecological systems. pp. 449-450 in: G. K. Meffe and C. R. Carroll (eds.), Principles of Conservation Biology. Sinauer, Sunderland, MA, 600 pp. (Also reprinted as pp. 93-95 in: Costanza, R. 1997. Frontiers in Ecological Economics: Transdisciplinary Essays of Robert Costanza. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 491 pp.).
  • Folke, C., M. Hammer, R. Costanza, and A. M. Jansson. 1994. Investing in natural capital: why, what, and how? pp 1-20 in: A. M. Jansson, M. Hammer, C. Folke, and R. Costanza (eds.), Investing in Natural Capital: The Ecological Economics Approach to Sustainability. Island Press, Washington, DC, 504 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1994. Three general policies to achieve sustainability. pp 392-407 in: A. M. Jansson, M. Hammer, C. Folke, and R. Costanza (eds.), Investing in Natural Capital: The Ecological Economics Approach to Sustainability. Island Press, Washington, DC, 504 pp.
  • Maxwell, T. and R. Costanza. 1994. Spatial ecosystem modeling in a distributed computational environment. pp. 111-138 in: van den Bergh, J.C.J.M. and J. van der Straaten (eds.), Toward Sustainable Development: Concepts, Methods, and Policy. Island/ISEE Press, Washington, DC, 287 pp.
  • Sklar, F. H., K. K. Gopu, T. Maxwell, and R. Costanza. 1994. Spatially explicit and implicit dynamic simulations of wetland processes. pp: 537-554 in: W. J. Mitsch (ed.), Global Wetlands: Old World and New. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • Costanza, R. 1994. Ecological economics and the management of coastal and estuarine systems. pp: 387-394 in: K. R. Dyer and R. J. Orth (eds.), Changes in Fluxes in Estuaries: Implications from Science to Management. Olsen and Olsen, Fredensborg, Denmark, 485 pp.

1993

  • Costanza, R. 1993. The limits of ecological economics: toward a policy of sustainable elaboration. pp. 323-330 in: L. Bonati, U. Cosentino, M. Lasagni, G. Moro, D. Pitea, and A. Schiraldi (eds.), Trends in Ecological Physical Chemistry. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • Day, J. W., W. H. Conner, R. Costanza, G. P. Kemp, and I. A. Mendelssohn. 1993. Impacts of sea level rise on coastal systems with special emphasis on the Mississippi River deltaic plain. pp. 276-296 in: R. A. Warrick, E. M. Barrow, and T. M. L. Wigley (eds.), Climate and Sea Level Change: Observations, Projections, and Implications. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, 424 pp.
  • Jackson, T. R. Costanza, M. Overcash, and W. Rees. 1993. The ‘biophysical’ economy: aspects of the interaction between economy and environment. pp. 3-28 in: T. Jackson (ed.), Clean Production Strategies. Lewis Press, Boca Raton, 415 pp.
  • Perrings, C. R. Costanza, T. Jackson, and W. Rees. 1993. Economic policy and environmental assurance: managing the environmental impacts of economic systems. pp. 323-344 in: T. Jackson (ed.), Clean Production Strategies. Lewis Press, Boca Raton, 415 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1993. Ecological economic systems analysis: order and chaos. pp. 29-45 in: E. B. Barbier (ed.), Economics and Ecology: New Frontiers and Sustainable Development. Chapman and Hall, London, 205 pp.
  • Costanza, R. and L. Wainger. 1993. Ecological economics. pp. 9-3.1 – 9-3.7 in: W. F. Christopher and C. G. Thor (eds.), Handbook for Productivity Measurement and Improvement. Productivity Press, Cambridge, MA.
  • Costanza, R., L. Cornwell, J. Echeverría, R. Solórzano, and I. Strand. 1993. Ecological and economic valuation of protected areas. pp. 133-158 in: V. Barzetti (ed.), Parks and Progress: Protected Areas and Economic Development in Latin America and the Caribbean. IUCN-The World Conservation Union press, Washington, DC, 240 pp.

1992

  • Costanza, R. 1992. Ecological economic issues and considerations in indicator development, selection, and use: toward an operational definition of system health. pp. 1491-1502 in: D. H. McKenzie, D. E. Hyatt, and V. J. McDonald (eds.), Ecological Indicators. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1567 pp.
  • Tennenbaum, S. and R. Costanza. 1992. The plight of the Chesapeake. pp. 98-109 in: L. Grant (ed.), Elephants in the Volkswagen: Facing the Tough Questions About Our Overcrowded Country. Freeman, New York, 272 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1992. Balancing humans in the biosphere pp. 50-59 in: L. Grant (ed.), Elephants in the Volkswagen: Facing the Tough Questions About Our Overcrowded Country. Freeman, New York, 272 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1992. Escaping the overpopulation trap. pp. 197-200 in: L. Grant (ed.), Elephants in the Volkswagen: Facing the Tough Questions About Our Overcrowded Country. Freeman, New York, 272 pp.
  • Arizpe, L., R. Costanza, and W. Lutz. 1992. Population and natural resource use. pp. 63-78 in: J. C. I. Dooge, G. T. Goodman, J. W. M. la Rivére, J. Marton-Lefévre, T. O’Riordan and F. Praderie (eds.), An Agenda of Science for Environment and Development into the 21st Century. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England, 331 pp.
  • Haskell, B. J., B. Norton, and R. Costanza. 1992. What is ecosystem health and why should we worry about it? pp 3-20 in: Costanza, R., B. Norton, and B. J. Haskell (eds.), Ecosystem health: New Goals for Environmental Management. Island Press, Washington DC, 269 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1992. Toward an operational definition of ecosystem health. pp. 239-256 in: Costanza, R., B. Norton, and B. J. Haskell (eds.), Ecosystem health: New Goals for Environmental Management. Island Press, Washington DC, 269 pp. (Also reprinted as pp. 75-92 in: Costanza, R. 1997. Frontiers in Ecological Economics: Transdisciplinary Essays of Robert Costanza. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 491 pp.).
  • Costanza, R. 1992. The ecological economics of sustainability: investing in natural capital. pp. 106-118 in: R. Goodland, H. E. Daly, and S. El Serafy (eds.), Population, Technology, and Lifestyle: the Transition to Sustainability. Island Press, Washington, DC, 154 pp.

1991

  • Sklar, F. H. and R. Costanza. 1991. The development of dynamic spatial models for landscape ecology: a review and prognosis. pp 239-288 in: Turner, M. G. and R. Gardner (eds.), Quantitative Methods in Landscape Ecology. Springer-Verlag Ecological Studies 82, New York, NY, 536 pp.
  • Costanza, R. and L. Wainger. 1991. Ecological economics: a new approach to understanding and managing the interactions of humans and nature. pp. 50-60 in: P. Rothkrug and R. L. Olson (eds.), Mending the Earth: A World for Our Grandchildren. North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, CA. (Also reprinted as pp. 44-49 in: Costanza, R. 1997. Frontiers in Ecological Economics: Transdisciplinary Essays of Robert Costanza. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 491 pp.).
  • Costanza, R., H. E. Daly, and J. A. Bartholomew. 1991. Goals, agenda, and policy recommendations for ecological economics. pp. 1-20 in: R. Costanza (ed.), Ecological Economics: The Science And Management Of Sustainability. Columbia University Press, New York, 525 pp. (Also reprinted as pp. 50-64 in: Costanza, R. 1997. Frontiers in Ecological Economics: Transdisciplinary Essays of Robert Costanza. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 491 pp.).
  • Costanza, R. 1991. Assuring sustainability of ecological economic systems. pp. 331-343 in: R. Costanza (ed.), Ecological Economics: The Science And Management Of Sustainability. Columbia University Press, New York, 525 pp
  • Costanza, R. 1991. The ecological economics of sustainability: investing in natural capital. pp. 72-79 in: R. Goodland, H. E. Daly, and S. El Serafy (eds.), Environmentally Sustainable Economic Development: Building on Bruntland. Environment Working Paper No. 46. The World Bank, Washington, DC, 20433; also as pp: 83-90 in UNESCO version, Paris.
  • Costanza, R. 1991. Energy, Uncertainty, and Ecological Economics. pp. 203-227 in: C. Rossi and E. Tiezzi (eds.), Ecological Physical Chemistry. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

1990 and Earlier

  • Costanza, R. 1990. Escaping the overspecialization trap: creating incentives for a transdisciplinary synthesis. pp. 95-106 in: M. E. Clark and S. Wawrytko (eds.), Rethinking the Curriculum: Toward an Integrated, Interdisciplinary College Education. Greenwood Press, 272 pp.
  • Maxwell, J. and R. Costanza. 1989. An ecological economics for ecological engineering. pp. 57-77 in: Ecological Engineering: an Introduction to Ecotechnology. W J. Mitsch and S E. Jørgensen (eds.), John Wiley, New York.
  • Costanza, R. and B. M. Hannon. 1989 Dealing with the “mixed units” problem in ecosystem network analysis. pp. 90-115 in: F. Wulff, J. G. Field, and K. H. Mann (eds.), Network Analysis Of Marine Ecosystems: Methods And Applications. Coastal and Estuarine Studies Series, Springer-Verlag, Heidleberg. 284 pp. (Also reprinted as pp. 1179-194 in: Costanza, R. 1997. Frontiers in Ecological Economics: Transdisciplinary Essays of Robert Costanza. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 491 pp.).
  • Leibowitz, S. G., F. H. Sklar, and R. Costanza. 1989. Perspectives on Louisiana land loss modeling. pp. 729-753 in: R.R. Sharitz and J.W. Gibbons (eds.), Freshwater Wetlands and Wildlife. CONF-8603101, DOE Symposium Series No. 61, USDOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information, Oak Ridge, TN, 1265 pp.
  • Costanza, R., F. H. Sklar, M. L. White, and John W. Day, Jr. 1988. A dynamic spatial simulation model of land loss and marsh succession in coastal Louisiana. pp. 99-114 in: Wetland Modelling. W J. Mitsch, M. Straskraba, and S E. Jørgensen (eds.), Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • Day, J. W., F. H. Sklar, C. Neill, W. H. Conner, C. H. Hopkinson, G. P. Kemp, and R. Costanza. 1988. Modeling of Louisiana swamp forests (USA). in: B. C. Patten and S. E. Jørgensen (eds.), Wetlands and Continental Water Bodies. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague, Netherlands.
  • Costanza, R., F. H. Sklar, and J. W. Day, Jr. 1988. Using the Coastal Ecological Landscape Spatial Simulation (CELSS) model for wetland management. pp. 443-454 in: A. Marani (ed.), Advances in Environmental Modelling. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • Costanza, R. 1987. Review of modeling studies in the Barataria Basin. pp. 110-122 in: The Ecology of the Barataria Basin, Louisiana: An Estuarine Profile. W. H. Conner and J. W. Day, Jr. (eds.), U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Report 85(7.13), 165 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1986. Understanding and controlling the conflict escalation process and the nuclear arms race: experiments with the dollar auction game. pp 237-257 in: Toward a World of Peace: People Create Alternatives. J. P. Maas and R. A. C. Stewart (eds.), The University of the South Pacific Press, Suva, Fiji.
  • Costanza, R., F. H. Sklar, and J. W. Day, Jr. 1986. Modeling spatial and temporal succession in the Atchafalaya/Terrebonne marsh/estuarine complex in south Louisiana. pp. 387-404 in: Estuarine Variability, D. A. Wolfe (ed.), Academic Press, New York.
  • Costanza, R. 1984. Natural resource valuation and management: toward an ecological economics. pp. 7-18 in: Integration of Economy and Ecology: An Outlook for the Eighties. A. M. Jansson (ed.), University of Stockholm Press.
  • Cleveland, C. and R. Costanza. 1983. Net energy analysis of geopressured gas resources in the gulf coast region. pp. 889-900 in: Analysis of Ecological Systems: State-of-the-Art in Ecological Modelling. W. K. Lauenroth, G. V. Skogerboe, and M. Flug (eds.), Elsevier Scientific, New York.
  • Costanza, R., L. M. Bahr, Jr., S. G. Leibowitz, and J. Fruci. 1983. The Mississippi deltaic plain egion (MDPR) study: an application of ecological models to the analysis and management of a complex coastal region. pp. 669-674 in: Analysis of Ecological Systems: State-of-the-Art in Ecological Modelling. W. K. Lauenroth, G. V. Skogerboe, and M. Flug (eds.), Elsevier Scientific, New York.
  • Deegan, L. A., H. M. Kennedy, and R. Costanza. 1983. Factors contributing to marsh land loss in Louisiana’s coastal zone. pp. 915-920 in: Analysis of Ecological Systems: State-of-the-Art in Ecological Modelling. W. K. Lauenroth, G. V. Skogerboe, and M. Flug (eds.), Elsevier Scientific, New York.
  • Fruci, J. R., R. Costanza, S. G. Leibowitz. 1983. Quantifying the interdependence between material and energy flows in ecosystems. pp. 241-250 in: Analysis of Ecological Systems: State-of-the-Art in Ecological Modelling. W. K. Lauenroth, G. V. Skogerboe, and M. Flug (eds.), Elsevier Scientific, New York.
  • Leibowitz, S. and R. Costanza. 1983 An input-output model of salt marshes in the Mississippi deltaic plain region. pp. 771-780 in: Analysis of Ecological Systems: State-of-the-Art in Ecological Modelling. W. K. Lauenroth, G. V. Skogerboe, and M. Flug (eds.), Elsevier Scientific, New York.
  • Sklar, F. H., R. Costanza, J. W. Day, and W. H. Conner. 1983. Dynamic simulation of aquatic material flows in an impounded swamp habitat in the Barataria Basin, LA. pp. 741-750 in: Analysis of Ecological Systems: State-of-the-Art in Ecological Modelling. W. K. Lauenroth, G. V. Skogerboe, and M. Flug (eds.), Elsevier Scientific, New York.
  • Turner, R. E., R. Costanza, and W. Scaife. 1982. Canals and wetland erosion rates in coastal Louisiana. pp 73-84 in: Proceedings of the Conference on Coastal Erosion and Wetland Modification in Louisiana: Causes, Consequences, and Options. D. F. Boesch (ed.). U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Services Program, Washington, DC, FWS/OBS-82/59, 256 pp.
  • Costanza, R. 1981. Embodied energy, energy analysis, and economics. pp. 119-146 in: Energy, Economics and the Environment: Conflicting Views of an Essential Interrelationship. H. E. Daly and A. F. Umaña (eds.), Westview Press, Boulder, CO.
  • Costanza, R. 1981. Reply: an embodied energy theory of value. pp. 187-192 in: Energy, Economics, and the Environment: Conflicting Views of an Essential Interrelationship. H. E. Daly and A. F. Umaña (eds.), Westview Press, Boulder Co.
  • Costanza, R. and C. Neill. 1981. The energy embodied in the products of ecological systems: a linear programming approach. pp 661-670 in: Energy and Ecological Modeling. W. J. Mitsch, R. W. Bosserman, and J. M. Klopatek (eds.), Elsevier Scientific, New York.
  • Costanza, R. and C. Neill. 1981. The energy embodied in the products of the biosphere. pp 745-755 in: Energy and Ecological Modeling. W. J. Mitsch, R. W. Bosserman, and J. M. Klopatek (eds.), Elsevier Scientific, New York.
  • Costanza R. 1979. The case for a constant embodied energy to dollar ratio. pp 320-327 in: Changing Energy Use Futures. R. A. Fazzolare and C. B. Smith (eds.), Pergammon Press, New York.