- Post Doctoral Research Associate, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Lepczyk, C. A., P. S. Warren, L. Machabee, A. P. Kinzig and A. Mertig. 2012. Who feeds the birds? A comparison across regions. Pp. 267-286 In: Lepczyk, C. A. and P. S. Warren eds., Studies in Avian Biology:Urban Bird Ecology and Conservation. Cooper Ornithological Society, University of California Press.
Warren, P. S., C. A. Lepczyk, S. Lerman, L. Machabee and A. P. Kinzig. 2006. Who feeds the birds?. Poster presented at the April 2006, Conserving Birds in Human-Dominated Landscapes Symposium.
Machabee, L. and A. P. Kinzig. 2005. Variations of landscape preferences among Phoenix residents: A socio-demographic analysis. Poster presented at the 19 January 2005 CAP LTER Seventh Annual Poster Sumposium, International Institute of Sustainability, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. (link )
Machabee, L. and A. P. Kinzig. 2004. Investigating the variations in neighborhood parks use and landscape preferences: Preliminary results of a survey questionnaire. Poster presented at the 23 February 2004 Sixth Annual CAP LTER Poster Symposium, Center for Environmental Studies, Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ. (link )
Lepczyk, C. A., P. S. Warren, L. Machabee and A. P. Kinzig. 2006. For the birds-a comparison of human activities related to avian food webs between Phoenix, Arizona and southeastern Michigan. Presentation at the 6-11 August 2006 symposium, "The Urban Food Web: How Humans Alter the State and Interactions of Trophic Dynamics" at the 91st Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Memphis, TN.
Lepczyk, C. A., P. S. Warren, L. Machabee, A. M. Pigeon, A. P. Kinzig, C. H. Flather, V. C. Radeloff and R. B. Hammer. 2006. Introduction and overview: Past knowledge and examples of new urban research. Invited symposium, New Directions in Urban Bird Ecology and Conservation, at the 2006 North American Ornithological Congress, Veracruz, Mexico.
Machabee, L. 2004. Investigating the principles in justice in the actors' decision-making process: A case study of an urban ecological restoration project. In proceedings of the 23-27 August 2004 16th International Annual Meeting of the Society for Ecological Restoration, .