SCHOLARLY WORK

BOOKS


Ziegler, D., Hays-Mitchell, M., Graybill, J.K., eds. 2020. Cities of the World, Seventh Edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.


Graybill, J.K., Petrov, A.N., eds.  2019. Arctic Sustainability, Key Methodologies and Knowledge Domains: A Synthesis of Knowledge I. New York: Routledge.


Petrov, A.N., BurnSilver, S., Chapin, F.S., Fondahl, G., Graybill, J.K., Keil, K., Nilsson, A.E., Riedlsperger, R.,

Schweitzer, P., 2017. Arctic Sustainability Research: Past, Present and Future. New York: Routledge Series in Polar Research.


Ziegler, D., Hays-Mitchell, M., Graybill, J.K., Brunn, S., eds. 2016. Cities of the World, Sixth Edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.


PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES


Graybill, J.K., 2019. “Emotional Environments of Energy Extraction in Russia.” Annals of

the American Association of Geographers 109 (2): 382-394.


Meyer, W., Graybill, J.K., 2017. Response to comment on “The suburban bias of American society?” Urban Geography, 38(2): 170-173.


Petrov, A., BurnSilver, S., Chapin, F.S., Fondahl, G., Graybill, J., Keil, K., Nilsson, A. Riedlsperger, R., Schweitzer, P. 2016. “Arctic Sustainability Research: Toward a New Agenda.” Polar Geography 39(3): 165-178.


Meyer, W., Graybill, J.K., 2016. “The suburban bias of American society?” Urban Geography 37(6): 863-882. 


Graybill, J.K., 2015. “Urban climate vulnerability and governance in the Russian North.” Polar Geography 38(4): 306-320.


Graybill, J.K., 2015. “Teaching energy geographies via videography.” Journal of Geography in Higher Education 40(1): 55-66.


Graybill, J.K., 2013. “Environmental Politics on Russia’s Pacific Edge: Reactions to Energy Development in the Russian Sea of Okhotsk.” Pacific Geographies 40: 11-16.


Graybill, J.K., 2013. “Mapping an emotional topography of an ecological homeland: The case of Sakhalin Island, Russia.” Emotion, Space and Society 8:39-50.


Graybill, J.K., 2013. “Imagining resilience: situating perceptions and emotions about climate change on Kamchatka, Russia.” GeoJournal 78(5): 817-832.


Simon, G., Graybill, J.K. 2010. “Geography in interdisciplinarity: Towards a third conversation.” Geoforum 41(3): 356-363.


Shandas, V., Graybill, J.K., Ryan, C.M., 2008. “The challenges of ecosystem-based management: a case study from Western Washington.” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 51(5): 649-664.


Mills, A., Francis, T., Shandas, V., Whittaker, K. Graybill, J.K., 2008. “Using best available science to protect critical areas in Washington state: challenges and barriers to planners.” Urban Ecosystems 12(2); 157-175.


Graybill, J. K., 2007. “Continuity and change: (Re)constructing geographies of the environment in late Soviet and postsoviet Russia.” Area 39(1): 6-19. Awarded the Wiley-Blackwell Publishers Area Prize for New Research in Geography.


Dooling, S., Graybill, J.K., Greve, A., 2007. “Response to Young and Wolf: Goal attainment in urban ecology research.” Urban Ecosystems 10(3): 339-347.


Graybill, J.K., Dooling, S., Shandas, V., Withey, J., Greve, A., Simon, G., 2006. “A Rough Guide to Interdisciplinarity: Graduate Student Experiences.” BioScience 59(9): 757-764.


Perepechko, A.S., Graybill, J.K., ZumBrunnen, C.; Sharkov, D., 2005. “Spatial Database Development for Russian Urban Areas: A New Conceptual Framework.” GIScience and Remote Sensing. 42(2): 122-148.


Francis, T., Whittaker, K., Shandas, V. Mills, A., Graybill, J.K., 2005. “Incorporating science into the environmental policy process: a case study from Washington State.” Ecology and Society 10(1):35.


PEER-REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS


Graybill, J.K., 2017. “Geographical pivots and 21st Century Eurasian Energy Flows: An Energy Heartland from the Arctic to Central Asia.” In Bouzarovski, S., Pasqualetti, M., Broto, V.C., eds: Research Companion to Energy Geographies. Ashgate Publishers; pp. 79-94.


Graybill, J.K., 2017. “Nodes, Networks and Inefficiency: Understanding Russia’s Energy Landscapes.” In Solomon, B., Calvert, K., Handbook of the Geographies of Energy. Edward Elgar Publisher; pp. 280-295.


Graybill, J.K., 2017. “Oil and water don’t mix:  Impacts of oil and gas development on Sakhalin’s water resources.” In Mayer, T. and Ashcraft, C., eds. The Politics of Fresh Water: Access, Conflict and Identity. Earthscan Studies in Water Resource Management Series; pp. 98-113.  


Dooling, S., Graybill, J.K., Shandas, V., 2017. "Doctoral Student and Early Academic Career Perspectives on Interdisciplinarity.” Revised chapter for a second edition of Frodeman, R., Klein, R.T., Mitcham, C., eds. The Oxford Handbook on Interdisciplinarity. Oxford University Press; pp. 573-585.


Graybill, J.K., 2016. “Urban vulnerability to climate change in the Russian Arctic.” Orttung, R., ed. Russia’s Arctic Cities: State Policies, Resource Development and Climate Change. New York: Berghaan Press; pp. 221-239.


Graybill, J.K., 2012. “Urban vulnerability and resilience in Utica, NY: A case study of social and environmental factors affecting the city.”  In Dooling, S., Simon, G., eds. Cities, Nature, Development. Ashgate Press; pp. 165-186.


Graybill, J.K., Dixon, M., 2012. “Cities of Russia.” In Brunn, S., Hays-Mitchell, M., Ziegler, D., eds. Cities of the World: World Regional Urban Development. Fifth edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield; pp. 237-280.


Graybill, J.K., Shandas, V., 2010. "Doctoral Student and Early Academic Career Perspectives on Interdisciplinarity.” In Frodeman, R., Klein, R.T., Mitcham, C., eds. The Oxford Handbook on Interdisciplinarity. Oxford University Press; pp. 404-418.


Graybill, J.K. 2009. “Places and identities on Sakhalin Island: situating the emerging movements for ‘Sustainable Sakhalin’.” In Environmental Justice of the Former Soviet Union. Agyeman, J., Ogneva-Himmelberger, E., eds. Boston: MIT Press; pp. 71-96.


Graybill, J.K., 2008. “Regional dimensions of Russia’s transformation: hydrocarbon development and emerging socio-environmental landscapes of Sakhalin Island.” In Kring Beringia: Expeditioner och folk. Geography and Anthropology Yearbook of the Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography No. 127; pp. 67-98.


Graybill, J.K., Mitchneck, B., 2008. “Cities of Russia.” In Brunn, S., Hays-Mitchell, M., Ziegler, D., eds. Cities of the World: World Regional Urban Development. Fourth edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield; pp. 255-296.


OTHER PUBLICATIONS


Graybill, J.K., 2017. Arctic-COAST Workshop in Teriberka, Russia: Socio-ecological change on the Barents Sea coast. A newsletter produced for participants of a grant-sponsored workshop sharing the results of the workshop with community members.


Dixon, M., Graybill, J.K., 2016. “Uncertainty in the Urban Form: Post-Soviet Cities Today.” In Questioning Post-Soviet. Holland, E.C, Derrick, M., eds. Washington DC: Kennan Institute; pp. 19-38. A non-peer reviewed publication.