Beller, E., Spotswood, E., Robinson, A., Anderson, M.G., Higgs, E., Hobbs, R.J., Suding, K., Zavalata, E., Grenier, L, and R. Grossinger. 2019. Building ecological resilience in highly modified landscapes. BioScience 69 (1) pp 80–92.
Anderson, M.G., M. Clark, A. Olivero Sheldon, K. Hall, J. Platt, J. Prince, M. Ahlering, and M. Cornett. 2018. Resilient and Connected Landscapes for Terrestrial Conservation in the Central US. The Nature Conservancy, Eastern Conservation Science, Eastern Regional Office. Boston, MA.
McManamay RA, Troia MJ, DeRolph CR, Olivero Sheldon A, Barnett AR, Kao S-C, et al. 2018 A stream classification system to explore the physical habitat diversity and anthropogenic impacts in riverscapes of the eastern United States. PLoS ONE 13(6): e0198439.
Anderson, M.G., M.A. Ahlering, M. M. Clark, K.R. Hall, A. Olivero Sheldon, J. Platt and J. Prince. 2018. Resilient Sites for Terrestrial Conservation in the Great Plains. The Nature Conservancy, Eastern Conservation Science and North America Region. Boston MA.
Anderson, M.G. and Barnett, A. 2017. Resilient Coastal Sites for Conservation in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic US. The Nature Conservancy, Eastern Conservation Science. Boston, MA
Anderson, M.G., Barnett, A., Clark, M., Prince, J., Olivero Sheldon, A. and Vickery B. 2016. Resilient and Connected Landscapes for Terrestrial Conservation. The Nature Conservancy, Eastern Conservation Science, Eastern Regional Office. Boston, MA.
Anderson, M.G. and Johnson, N. 2016. Maintaining Forest Diversity in a Changing Climate: a geophysical approach, in Sample, V.A., Bixler,R.P. and C. Mille eds. Forest Conservation in the Anthropocene: Science, Policy, and Practice. U of Colorado Press. Boulder. 346 p.
Anderson MG, Comer PJ, Beier P, Lawler J, Schloss C, Buttrick S, Albano C, Faith D. 2015. Case studies of conservation plans that incorporate geodiversity. Conservation Biology 29 (3) DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12503
Beier, P., Hunter, M.L., Anderson, M.G. 2015. Special Section: Conserving Nature's Stage. Conservation Biology 29 (3) 1523-1739.
Lawler J.J, Ackerly, D.D., Albano, C.M., Anderson, M.G., Dobrowski, S.Z., Gill, J.L., Heller, N.E., Pressey, R.L., Sanderson, E.W., Weiss, S. B. 2015. The theory behind, and challenges of, conserving nature’s stage in a time of rapid change. Conservation Biology 29:618–629. Abstract
Pelletier, D. Clark, M., Anderson, M.G., Rayfield, B., Wulder, M.A., Cardille, J.A. 2014. Applying Circuit Theory for Corridor Expansion and Management at Regional Scales: Tiling, Pinch Points, and Omnidirectional Connectivity. PLoSONE 9 (1)
Anderson, M.G., M. Clark, and A. Olivero Sheldon. 2014. Estimating Climate Resilience for Conservation across Geophysical Settings. Conservation Biology 28 (4) 1523-1739.
Anderson, M.G., A. Barnett, M. Clark, C. Ferree, A. Olivero Sheldon, and J.Prince. 2014. Resilient Sites for Terrestrial Conservation in the Southeast Region. The Nature Conservancy, Eastern Conservation Science. 127 pp.
Trombulak, S.C., R.F. Baldwin, J.J. Lawler, J. Cymerman-Hepinstall, and M.G. Anderson. 2012. Landscape-scale conservation planning for climate change in the Northern Appalachian/Acadian ecoregion. In: C. Chester, J. Hilty, and M. Cross, eds. Conservation and Climate Change: Ecoregional Science and Practice in a Changing Climate. Island Press.
Anderson, M.G., M. Clark, and A. Olivero Sheldon. 2012. Resilient Sites for Terrestrial Conservation in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Region. The Nature Conservancy, Eastern Conservation Science. 168pp.
Anderson, M.G., and C.E. Ferree. 2010. Conserving the Stage: climate change and the geophysical underpinnings of species diversity. PLoSONE July (5): 7 e11554.