PUBLICATIONS

Paper abstracts are available at http://washington.academia.edu/YenChuWeng

Journal Articles

Weng, Y.-C. (2015) “Contrasting Visions of Science in Ecological Restoration: Expert-lay Dynamics between Professional Practitioners and Volunteers”, Geoforum. 65: 134-145

Weng, Y.-C. (2007) “Spatiotemporal Changes of Landscape Pattern in Response to Urbanization”, Landscape and Urban Planning. 81 (4): 341-353.

Weng, Y.-C. (2003) “A Preliminary Analysis of the Ecological Value of Parks, Da-An District, Taipei”,  Bulletin of the Geographical Society of China. 31: 111-126.

Invited Lectures

Weng, Y.-C. (2015) “An S-E Synthesis Case Study Example: Using systems maps to analyze complex social-environmental issues: A case study of geoduck aquaculture in the Puget Sound” Teaching Socio-Environmental Synthesis with Case Studies, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC), July 28-31, 2015, Annapolis, Maryland.

Weng, Y.-C. (2014) “Contrasting Visions of Science: Expert-lay Dynamics in Ecological Restoration”, Department of Geography Colloquium, University of Washington, October 31, 2014, Seattle, Washington.

Weng, Y.-C. (2011) “Science, Practice, and Public Participation: Boundary-work in Ecological Restoration”, Yi-Fu Tuan Lectures Series, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison, October 14, 2011, Madison, Wisconsin.

Conference Presentations

Mulvaney, K., S. Pulver, C. Ryan, and Y.-C. Weng (2015) “Using systems maps to analyze complex social-environmental issues: A case study of geoduck aquaculture in the Puget Sound.” Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences Conference, June 24-25, San Diego, California.

Weng, Y.-C. (2013) “What Does Ecological Restoration Mean to Volunteers? Meanings, Values, and Interpretations”, Fifth World Conference on Ecological Restoration, October 6-11, Madison, Wisconsin.

Weng, Y.-C. (2009) “Amateur Restorationists: Traversing the Boundary between Expert and the Lay”, Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science, October 28-31, Washington, D.C.

Weng, Y.-C. (2009) “Amateur Restorationists: Lay Scientists and Concerned Citizens”, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, March 22-27, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Weng, Y.-C. (2008) “The Dynamics of Public Participation in Ecological Restoration: Analysis of Expert-Volunteer Relationships in Three Institutional Settings”, Human Flourishing and Restoration in the Age of Global Warming Conference, September 5-7, Clemson, South Carolina.

Weng, Y.-C. (2008) “The Disciplinary Boundaries of Nature in Ecological Restoration: (In)commensurability between Ecological Scientists’ Nature and Social Critics’ Nature?”, International Association for Environmental Philosophy: Thinking Through Nature Conference, June 19-22, Eugene, Oregon.

Weng, Y.-C. (2008) “Diverging Interests, Diverging Knowledges: Democratize Ecological Restoration?”, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 15-19, Boston, Massachusetts.

Weng, Y.-C. (2007) “The Construction of Nature through Restoration Practices: An Exploration of Volunteers’ Ecological Imaginaries”, Annual Geography Student Symposium, University of Wisconsin, April 13, 2007, Madison, Wisconsin.

Weng, Y.-C. (2006) “Negotiating Nature in the Process of Recreating Nature: An Exploration of the Discourses on Ecological Restoration”, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, March 7-11, Chicago, Illinois.

Weng, Y.-C. (2006) “Negotiating Nature in the Process of Recreating Nature: A Critical Examination of Restoration Ecology”, Political Ecologies of Knowledge, Science, and Technology: An Interdisciplinary Workshop, March 6-7, Madison, Wisconsin.

Weng, Y.-C. (2005) “Spatiotemporal Changes of Landscape Pattern in Response to the Process of Urbanization”, Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, April 5-9, Denver, Colorado.

Weng, Y.-C. (2005) “Spatiotemporal Changes of Landscape Pattern in Response to the Process of Urbanization”, Annual Symposium of the United States Regional Chapter of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, March 12-16, Syracuse, New York. (Poster)

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