Peer-reviewed Publications:

Fox-Kämper, R., Kirby, C. K., Specht, K., Cohen, N., Ilieva, R. T., Caputo, S., Schoen, V., Hawes, J. K., Poniży, L., Béchet, B. The role of Urban Agriculture in Food-Energy-Water-Nexus policies. Insights from Europe and the U.S. Landscape and Urban Planning. In-press

Feagan, Mathieu, Megan Fork, Geneva Gray, Maike Hamann, Jason K. Hawes, Elizabeth H. T. Hiroyasu, and Brooke Wilkerson. “Critical Pedagogical Designs for SETS Knowledge Co-Production: Online Peer- and Problem-Based Learning by and for Early Career Green Infrastructure Experts.” Urban Transformations 5, no. 1 (April 3, 2023): 6.

Dorr, E., Hawes, J. K., Goldstein, B., Fargue-Lelièvre, A., ..., Jean-Soro, L., & Grard, B. (2023). Food production and resource use of urban farms and gardens: A five-country study. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 43(1), 18.

Busse, M. M., Hawes, J. K., & Blatchley, E. R. (2022). Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of Water Disinfection Processes Applicable in Low-Income Settings. Environmental Science & Technology, 56(22), 16336–16346. 

Hawes, J. K., Gounaridis, D., & Newell, J. P. (2022). Does urban agriculture lead to gentrification? Landscape and Urban Planning, 225, 104447.

Killion, A. K., Ostrow Michel, J., & Hawes, J. K. (2022). Toward Identifying Sustainability Leadership Competencies: Insights from Mapping a Graduate Sustainability Education Curriculum. Sustainability, 14(10), 5811. 

Hawes, J. K., Burnham, M., du Bray, M. V., Hillis, V., Ma, Z., & Running, K. (2022). Social Vulnerability to Irrigation Water Loss: Assessing the Effects of Water Policy Change on Farmers in Idaho, USA. Environmental Management. 

Hawes, J. K., Johnson, R., Payne, L., Ley, C., Grady, C. A., Domenech, J., Evich, C. D., Kanach, A., Koeppen, A., Roe, K., Caprio, A., Puente Castro, J., LeMaster, P., & Blatchley, E. R. (2021). Global Service-Learning: A Systematic Review of Principles and Practices. International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement. 

Kirby, C. K., Specht, K., Fox-Kämper, R., Hawes, J. K., Cohen, N., Caputo, S., Ilieva, R. T., Lelièvre, A., Poniży, L., Schoen, V., & Blythe, C. (2021). Differences in motivations and social impacts across urban agriculture types: Case studies in Europe and the US. Landscape and Urban Planning, 212, 104110. 

Caputo, S., Schoen, V., Specht, K., Grard, B., Blythe, C., Cohen, N., Fox-Kämper, R., Hawes, J., Newell, J., & Poniży, L. (2020). Applying the Food-Energy-Water Nexus approach to urban agriculture: From FEW to FEWP (Food-Energy-Water-People). Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 126934.

Yu, D. J., Schoon, M. L., Hawes, J. K., Lee, S., Park, J., Rao, P. S. C., … Ukkusuri, S. V. (2020). Toward General Principles for Resilience Engineering. Risk Analysis, risa.13494.

Running, K., Burnham, M., Wardropper, C., Ma, Z., Hawes, J. K., & du Bray, M. V. (2019). Farmer adaptation to reduced groundwater availability. Environmental Research Letters.

Alwang, A., Busse, M., Caprio, A., Fenton, M., Hawes, J.K., Kanach, A., McElfresh-Sutton, A. (2017) Water Supply in Developing Countries: A Reflective Essay. Purdue Journal of Service Learning, 4(1).

Hawes, J. K., Conkling, E. N., Casteloes, K. S., Brazeau, R. H., Salehi, M., & Whelton, A. J. (2017). Predicting contaminated water removal from residential water heaters under various flushing scenarios. Journal - American Water Works Association, 109(8), E332–E342.

Publications In-Review:

Hawes, J. K., Goldstein, B.P., Newell, J.P., Dorr, E., Caputo, S., Fox-Käemper, R., Grard, B., Ilieva, R.T., Fargue-Lelièvre, A., Poniży, L., Schoen, V., Specht, K, Cohen, N. Comparing the Carbon Footprint of Urban and Conventional Agriculture. Under review at Nature: Cities – July 2023.

Limerick, S. L., Hawes, J. K., Gounaridis, D., Cohen, N. Newell, J.P. Community gardens and the 15-minute city: Scenario analysis of garden access in New York City. Under review at Urban Forestry and Urban Greening – June 2023.

Book Reviews:

Hawes, J. K., Erwin, A., McWherter, B., Nixon, R., Popovici, R., Rathjen, M., & Ma, Z. (2019). A Review of Grassroots Global Governance. Society & Natural Resources, 32(11), 1330–1332. 

Reports, public engagement, and other non-peer reviewed writing

Caputo, S., Dorr, E., Fox-Kämper, R., Hawes, J. K., Lelièvre, A., Newell, J. P., Poniży, L., Schoen, V., Jean-Soro, L., Specht, K., & Yaman, R. (2022). FEW-meter Final Report. Zenodo.

Fox-Kämper, R., Kathrin Specht, Silvio Caputo, Jason K Hawes, Agnès Lélièvre, Nevin Cohen, & Lidia Poniży. (2022). Roadmap to resource efficient urban agriculture. 

Dr. Bridget Bly, Dr. Constance Cook, Jim Kosteva, Sandra Sorini Elser, J.D., Jason Hawes, Charlie Beall, Alyson Grigsby. Voters Not Politicians Final Report on Redistricting Activities. 

Research in the press

Television features:

Conte, C. (2022, September 21). The impacts of urban gardening on gentrification. Denver 7 Colorado News (KMGH).

Radio features:

Batcheller, P. (2022, June 2). Urban gardens don’t lead to gentrification in Detroit, study says. WDET 101.9 FM. 

Newspaper and written-word features:

Simon, Matt. “You Can Turn Your Backyard Into a Biodiversity Hot Spot.” Wired, February 27, 2023.

Huffman, B. (2022, September 27). Detroit has plenty of land. Do residents have equal access? BridgeDetroit.

Scarrow, R. (2022). Gentrified gardens. Nature Plants, 8(7), 724–724. 

Brasuell, J. (2022, June 3). No Connection Between Gardens and Gentrification in Detroit, Study Says. 

Siwicki, D. (2022, May 26). Detroit’s Urban Gardens, Gentrification + Ex-Detroit Fire Official Gets Prison Time. Detroit, MI Patch. 

University of Michigan. (2022, May 26). Do urban gardens lead to gentrification? Not in Detroit, study shows. 


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