Publication Author: Beth Karlin

Integrating resident digital sketch maps with expert knowledge to assess spatial knowledge of flood risk: A case study of participatory mapping in Newport Beach, California

Published: 

2016
Cheung, W., Houston, D., Schubert, J.E., Basolo, V., Feldman, D., Matthew, R., Sanders, B.F., Karlin, B., Goodrich, K.A., Contreras, S.L., & Luke, A. (2016). Integrating resident digital sketch maps with expert knowledge to assess spatial knowledge of flood risk: A case study of participatory mapping in Newport Beach, California. Applied Geography 74, 56-64

The Influence of Hazard Maps and Trust of Flood Controls on Coastal Flood Spatial Awareness and Risk Perception

Published: 

2017
Houston, D., Cheung, W., Basolo, V., Feldman, D., Matthew, R., Sanders, B. F., Karlin, B ., Schubert, J.E., Goodrich, K.A., Contreras, S. & Luke, A. (2017). The Influence of Hazard Maps and Trust of Flood Controls on Coastal Flood SpatialAwareness and Risk Perception. Environment and Behavior , 0013916517748711.

Environmental Research and Public Health Who Participates in the Great ShakeOut? Why Audience Segmentation Is the Future of Disaster Preparedness Campaigns

Published: 

2017
Adams, R. M., Karlin, B ., Eisenman, D. P., Blakley, J., & Glik, D. (2017). Who Participates in the Great ShakeOut? Why Audience Segmentation Is the Future of Disaster Preparedness Campaigns. International journal of environmental research and public health , 14 (11), 1407.

GRASP: Testing an Integrated Approach to Sustainability Education

Published: 

2013
Karlin, B., Davis, N., & Matthew, R. (2013). GRASP: Testing an Integrated Approach to Sustainability Education. Journal of Sustainability Education, Spring 2013: Experiential Education, Part One. 

Using Non-Profit Partners to Engage Students in RE

Published: 

2014
Penzenstadler, B., Richardson, D. J., Karlin, B., Cook, A., Callele, D., & Wnuk, K. (2014). Using Non-Profit Partners to Engage Students in RE. In REET (pp. 1-10).

ICT for Sustainability – Current and future research directions

Published: 

2015
Penzenstadler, B., Richardson, D., Tomlinson, B., Fleischmann, K. R., Becker, C., Nathan, L., Blevis, E., Silberman, S., Karlin, B., Norton, J. & Raturi, A. (2015). ICT for Sustainability—Current and future research directions. iConference 2015 Proceedings.

Engaged Scholarship as an Alternative to Public-Private Partnerships

Published: 

2015
Karlin, B., Goodrich, K., Chen, M., Jimenez, M., Nguyen, P., Tran, A. (2015). Engaged Scholarship as an Alternative toPublic-Private Partnerships. Proceedings of the International Studies Association (ISA) Convention. New Orleans, LA.

The Role of the University: Engaged Scholarship in the Anthropocene

Published: 

2017
Karlin, B., Carr Kelman, C., Goodrich, K., & Lowerson, V. (2017). The Role of the University: Engaged Scholarship in the Anthropocene. In Dinar, A. (Ed.), The Social Ecology of the Anthropocene: Continuity and Change in Global Environmental Politics. World Scientific Publishers. 

Technology and Psychology—Natural Enemies or Just Plain Natural?

Published: 

2013
Karlin. B. (2013). Technology and Psychology – Natural enemies or just plain natural?Ecopsychology. 5(4), 217-218. 

Attitudes and Behaviors

Published: 

2014
Karlin. B. (2014). Attitudes and behaviors. in Debra Rowe, ed. Achieving Sustainability: Visions, Principles, and Practices. Detroit: Macmillan, pp. 40-44.