Peer-Reviewed Articles

[15] Holl, K.D., Ashton, M.S., Bukoski, J.J., Culbertson, K., Curran, S., Harris, T., Potts, M.D., Valverde, Y., and Vincent, J.R. 2022. Clearly defining “abandoned” land in the context of reforestation. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 5(933877). doi:10.3389/ffgc.2022.933887.

[14] Bukoski, J.J., Cook-Patton, S.C., Melikov, C., Ban, H., Liu, J.C., Harris, N., Goldman, E., and Potts, M.D. 2022. Rates and drivers of aboveground carbon accumulation in global monoculture plantation forests. Nature Communications doi:10.1038/s41467-022-31380-7. | U.C. Berkeley Press Release. | Springer Nature Sustainability Communities.

[13] Bukoski, J.J., Dronova, I., and Potts, M.D. 2021. Net loss statistics underestimate carbon emissions from mangrove land use and land cover change. Ecography doi:10.1111/ecog.05982. | U.C. Berkeley Press Release.

[12] Prieto, P.V., Bukoski, J.J., Barros, F.S.M., Beyer, H.L., Iribarrem, A., Brancalion, P.H.S., Chazdon, R.L., Lindenmayer, D.B., Strassburg, B.B.N., Guariguata, M.R., Crouzeilles, R. 2021. Predicting landscape-scale biodiversity recovery by natural tropical forest regrowth. Conservation Biology doi:10.1111/cobi.13842.

[11] Golebie, E.J., Aczel, M., Bukoski, J.J., Chau, S., Ramirez-Bullon, N., Gong, M., and Teller, N. 2021. A qualitative systematic review of governance principles for mangrove conservation. Conservation Biology doi:10.1111/cobi.13850.

[10] Rovai, A.S., Twilley, R.R., Castaneda-Moya, E., Midway, S.R., Friess, D.A., Trettin, C.C., Bukoski, J.J., et al. 2021. Macroecological patterns of forest structure and allometric scaling in mangrove forests. Global Ecology and Biogeography 30(5): 1000-1013. doi:10.1111/geb.13268.

[9] Bukoski, J.J., Elwin, A., MacKenzie, R.A., Sharma, S., Purbopuspito, J., Kopania, B., Apwong, M., Poolsiri, R., Potts, M.D. 2020. The role of predictive model data in designing mangrove carbon offset programs. Environmental Research Letters 15: 084019. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/ab7e4e. | U.C. Berkeley Press Release.

[8] Elwin, A., Bukoski, J.J., Robinson, E., Jintana, V., and Clark, J. 2019. Preservation and recovery of mangrove ecosystem carbon stocks in abandoned shrimp ponds. Scientific Reports 9: 18275. doi:10.1038/s41598-019-54893-6.

[7] Sanderman, J., T. Hengl, G. Fiske, K. Solvik, M.F. Adame, L. Benson, Bukoski, J.J., et al. 2018. A global map of mangrove forest soil carbon at 30 m spatial resolution. Environmental Research Letters 13 (5): 055002. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/aabe1c. | Mongabay.

[6] Swamy, L., Drazen, E., Johnson, W.R., and Bukoski, J.J. 2018. The future of tropical forests under the united nations sustainable development goals. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 37 (2): 1–36. doi:10.1080/10549811.2017.1416477. | Yale Press Release

[5] Bukoski, J.J., Drazen, E., Johnson, W.R., and Swamy, L. 2018. Tropical forests for sustainable development: Shaping the 2030 agenda for sustainable development with knowledge from the field. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 37 (2): 77–81. doi:10.1080/10549811.2018.1418255.

[4] Bukoski, J.J., Broadhead, J.S., Donato, D.C., Murdiyarso, D., and Gregoire, T.G. 2017. The use of mixed effects models for obtaining low-cost ecosystem carbon stock estimates in mangroves of the Asia-Pacific. PLoS One 12 (1): e0169096. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0169096.

[3] Bukoski J.J. Chaiwiwatworakul, P., and Gheewala, S.H. 2017. “The life cycle assessment of an energy-positive peri-urban residence in a tropical regime.” Journal of Industrial Ecology 21 (5): 1115–27. doi:10.1111/jiec.12494.

[2] Bukoski, J.J., Chaiwiwatworakul, P., and Gheewala, S.H. 2016. Energy savings versus costs of implementation for demand side management strategies within an energy-efficient tropical residence. Energy Efficiency 9 (2): 473–85. doi:10.1007/s12053-015-9374-y.

[1] Bukoski, J., Gheewala, S.H., Mui, A., Smead, M., and Chirarattananon, S. 2014. The life cycle assessment of a solar-assisted absorption chilling system in Bangkok, Thailand. Energy and Buildings 72: 150–56. doi:10.1016/j.enbuild.2013.12.034.

In Review & In Revision (drafts available upon request)

Evans, S.G., Haya, B., Brown, L., Bukoski, J.J., Butsic, V., Cabiyo, B., Jacobson, R., Kerr, A., Potts, M.D., and Sanchez, D.L. Scientific review of carbon quantification by improved forest management offset protocols. In review at Frontiers in Forests and Global Change.

Melikov, C., Bukoski, J.J., Ban, H., Chen, J.L., Cook-Patton, S.C., and Potts, M.D. The effects of management actions on biomass growth in forest plantations. In review at Current Forestry Reports.

Busch, J., Bukoski, J.J., Cook-Patton, S.C., Griscom, B., Kaczan, D., Li, Y., Potts, M.D., and Vincent, J.R. Tree plantations vs. natural forest regeneration: Relative cost-effectiveness at mitigating climate change. In prep



Technical Documents

Wilson, S.J., Metzel, R., Harrigan, E., Sprenkle-Hyppolite, S., Begeladze,S., Bukoski,J.J., Donatti, C., Hillman, I. 2022. Where to restore? Using spatialdata to inform restoration prioritization for climate, biodiversity, and community benefits. Conservation International.

Bukoski, J.J., and Holland, T. 2019. Strategic environmental and social assessment (SESA) for reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) in Vanuatu: Scoping report. Report submitted to: The World Bank & the Department of Forestry of the Republic of Vanuatu. Climate Law & Policy.

Broadhead, J.S., Bukoski, J.J., Beresnev, N. 2016. Mangrove carbon stock estimator and monitoring guide. United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization, Regional Office for the Asia Pacific (UN FAO-RAP), United States Agency for International Development, Lowering Emissions in Asia’s Forests (USAID LEAF) & International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

Saah, D., Manley, P., Chen, Q., O’Neil-Dunne, J., White, A., Moody, T., Freed, T., Bukoski, J., Moghaddas, J. 2016. Monitoring desired conditions for vegetation and wildlife habitat: An independent test of proposed indicators for monitoring vegetation in the Lake Tahoe Basin. Report submitted to: US Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station – SNPLMA Round 10 Science Project. 73 pp.