Shandas, V., S Ferwati, Y Makido, and C Skelhorn (under contract). Thermal Comfort and Livability in Desert Climates. Springer.
Fang Y, V Shandas, and E Arriaga Cordero, 2014. Spatial Thinking in Planning Practice: An introduction to GIS. Open Access Textbooks.
Arakawa, S, S Sachedeva, and V Shandas, 2018. “Environmental Stewardship: Pathways to community cohesion and cultivating meaningful engagement.” Handbook of Engaged Sustainability. Springer.
Shandas V, and H Shimizu, 2018. “Ecosystem Services: Perspectives from Outside the EU” in Landscape Planning for Ecosystem Services in the EU: Theories, methods and procedures for assessment and management. C Von Haaren, A Lovett, and C Albert (Eds). Springer.
Shandas, V, A van Diepen-Haydat, J Voekel, and M Rao, 2017. “Coproduction Resilience through Understanding Vulnerability. In K Ninan and M Inoue (Eds.), Building Climate Resilient Economy and Society: Challenges and Opportunities. Edward Elgar Press.
Dooling, S, J Graybill, and V Shandas, 2016. “Doctoral Student and Early Career Academic Perspectives on Interdisciplinarity.” Oxford Handbook on Interdisciplinarity. Frodeman R., JT Klein, and C Mitcham (Eds.). Oxford University Press.
Yeakley JA., (alphabetical), H Chang, V Dujon, D Ervin, E Granek, and V Shandas, 2016. “Ecosystem Services in Streams and Rivers.” River Science: Research and Applications for the 21st Century. D Gilvear, M Greenwood, M Thoms and P Wood (Eds.). Wiley Press.
Ferwati SM, V Shandas, D Sailor, and Y Makido, 2015. “An Approach to Resilient Land Cover Strategies for Future Development.” International Conference on Planning and Design, NCKU, Tainan, Taiwan.
Manathunga, C., S Bonde, (alphabetical), A Bawa, MS Binza, J Graybill, F Hall, Q Lin, L Maheu, E Rudd, MP Ryan, and V Shandas, 2014. “Curriculum and Pedagogy.” Risk Taking in Doctoral Education. M Nerad and E Rudd (Eds.). Sense Publishers.
Shandas, V., and JK Graybill, 2014. “Global Perspectives of Risk Taking among Early Career Researchers. In Risk Taking in Doctoral Education, M Nerad and E Rudd (Eds.). Sense Publishers.
Graybill, JK., V Shandas, J Fyffe, and E Flores-Scott, 2014. “Forces of Change in Doctoral Education: A perspective from four early career researchers.” Globalization and Its Impacts on the Quality of PhD Education. M Nerad and B Evans (Eds.). Sense Publishers (awarded Outstanding Publication Award by the American Education Research Association).
Shandas, V, JA Yeakley, E Granek, D Ervin, V Dujon, and H Chang, 2014. “Characterizing Urban Ecosystem Services: Integrating the biophysical and social dimensions of human dominated landscapes.” In KN Ninan (Ed.), Valuing Ecosystem Services—Methodological Issues and Case Studies. Edward Elgar Press.
Shandas, V, 2013. Socio-Ecological Dimensions of Salmon in the City. In Wild Salmonids in the Urbanizing Northwest, by A Yeakley, J Hughes, and H Mass-Hebner (Eds.). Springer.
Hoornweg D., M Freire, C Kennedy, J Fink and V Shandas, 2013. “Learning and Innovation,” in Building Sustainability in an Urbanizing World., Hoornweg D., and M Freire (Eds.). World Bank Technical Paper 17. Urban Development Series Knowledge Papers.
Graybill JK, and V Shandas, 2010. “Graduate Student Perspectives.” Oxford Handbook on Interdisciplinarity. Frodeman R., JT Klein, C Mitcham (Eds.). Oxford University Press.
Shandas, V, and A Nelson, 2009. “Integrating Education, Evaluation, and Partnerships into Large-Scale Sustainable Stormwater Management Programs.” Urban Studies and Planning Faculty Publications and Presentations, Paper 77.
Shandas, V, 2005. “Towards an Integrated Approach to Watershed Planning: The role of land cover, human preference, and biotic condition in managing Puget Sound lowland streams.” Proceedings of the Georgia Basin Puget Sound Conference.
Shandas, V, M Alberti, J Gibson, S Moddemeyer, and J Meijer-Irons, 2003. “A GIS-Based Water Demand Model for Municipal Application.” Proceedings of the International Conference on Geospatial Sciences, New Delhi, India, January 27- 30. Available at: http://www.gisdevelopment.net/application/urban/overview/mi03027.htm
O’Hara, S, V Shandas, and J Vazquez, 1999. “Communicating Sustainable Development Options - Who Evaluates the Trade-Offs?” I. Ring, B. Klauer, F. Waetzold, and B. Mansson (Eds.). Regional Sustainability: Applied Ecological Economics Bridging the Gap between Natural and Social Sciences. Physica Verlag. Heidelberg, Germany.
Shandas, V, and S O’Hara, 1998. “Frontiers in Environmental Discourse: Assessing the potential of quantitative tools in stakeholder communication challenges.” Ecological Economics and Regional Sustainability, Center for Environmental Research Leipzig-Halle, Germany, June 29 – July 2.
Makido, Y, V Shandas, C Evers (in press). Planning for Rapid Urbanization: The role of urban growth boundaries in containing urban growth in Doha, Qatar. Spatial Analysis and Policy
Voelkel, J., D Hellman, R Sakuma, and V Shandas, 2018. Assessing Vulnerability to Urban Heat: A Study of Disproportionate Heat Exposure and Access to Refuge by Socio-Demographic Status in Portland, Oregon. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(4), 640.
Bendor, T., V Shandas, B Miles, K Belt, and L Olander, 2018. Ecosystem Services and U.S. Stormwater Planning: An Approach for Improving Urban Stormwater Decisions. Environmental Science and Policy, 88, 92-103.
Ferwati, S, C Skelhorn, V Shandas, J Voelkel, A Shawish, and M Ghanim, 2018. Analysis of Urban Heat in a Corridor Environment: The Case of Doha, Qatar. Urban Climate 24: 692-702.
Rao M, LA George, V Shandas, and TN Rosenstiel, 2017. Assessing the Potential of Land Use Modification to Mitigate Ambient NO2 and Its Consequences for Respiratory Health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 14(7): 750.
Voelkel, J., and V Shandas, 2017. Towards Systematic Prediction of Urban Heat Islands: Grounding measurements, assessing modeling techniques. Climate 5(2): 41.
Shandas, V, Y Makido, and S Ferwati, 2017. Rapid urban growth and land use patterns in Doha, Qatar: Opportunities for sustainability? European Journal of Sustainable Development Research 1(2): 11.
Shandas, V, J Voelkel, M Rao, and L George 2016. Opportunities for Reducing Exposure to Degraded Environments: Spatially explicit approaches to assessing local urban air quality and mitigation strategies. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (13) 790.
Voelkel J, V Shandas, and B Haggerty 2016. High Resolution Descriptions of Urban Heat Islands: A public health imperative. Preventing Chronic Disease 13.
Makido, Y, V Shandas, S Ferwati, and D Sailor, 2016. Daytime Variation of Urban Heat Islands: The Case Study of Doha, Qatar. Climate (4), 32.
Shandas V, and S Brown, 2016. Toward an Interdisciplinary Agenda in Higher Education: Empirical evidence from the field of urban and regional planning. Innovative Higher Education 41: 411. DOI 10.1007/s10755-016-9362-y.
V Shandas, R Lehman, J Bunn, K Larsen, and H Chang, 2015. Stressors of and Strategies for Adapting to Long Term Water Scarcity: Perspectives from the field. Water 7(12), 6775-6787; doi: 10.3390/w7126659.
Shandas V, 2015. Neighborhood Change and the Role of Environmental Stewardship: A case study of green stormwater infrastructure in the City of Portland (OR, USA). Ecology and Society 20(3) 16: http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-07736-200316.
Rao M, L George, T Rosensteil, V Shandas, and A Dinno, 2014. Assessing the relationship among urban trees, nitrogen dioxide, and respiratory health. Environmental Pollution 194: 96-104.
Netusil, N, Z Levin, V Shandas, and TA Hart, 2014. Valuing Green Infrastructure in Portland, OR. Landscape and Urban Planning 124: 14-21.
Larsen, K, C Polsky, P Gober, H Chang, V Shandas, 2013. Vulnerability of Water Systems to the Effects of Climate Change and Urbanization: A comparison of Phoenix, Arizona and Portland, Oregon (USA). Environmental Management, DOI: 10.1007/s00267-013-0072-2.
Gober P, K Larson, R Quay, C Polsky, H Chang, and V Shandas, 2013. Why Land Planners and Water Managers Don’t Talk to One Another and Why They Should. Society and Natural Resources 26(3): 356-364.
Chang, H, IW, Jung, A Strecker, D Wise, M Lafrenz, V Shandas, H Morakhani, A Yeakley, Y Pan, R Bean, G Johnson, M Psaris, 2012. Water supply, demand, and quality indicators for assessing the spatial distribution of water resource vulnerability in the Columbia River basin, USA. Atmospheric-Ocean.
Shandas V, M Rao, MM McGrath, 2012. The implications of climate change on residential water use: A micro-scale analysis of Portland (OR). Journal of Climate and Water 3(3): 225-238.
Ervin D, (alpha) D. Brown, H. Chang, V. Dujon, E. Granek, V. Shandas, and A. Yeakley, 2011. Managing Ecosystem Services Supporting Urbanizing Areas. Solutions 2(6): 74 – 86.
Costanza R, I Kubiszewski I, D Ervin, (alpha) R Bluffstone, J Boyd, D Brown, H Chang, V Dujon, E Granek E, Polasky S, V Shandas, and A Yeakley A, 2011. Valuing ecological systems and services. F1000 Biology Reports, 3:14.
Bassett E, and V Shandas 2010. What Drives Innovation in Planning? An examination of climate actions planning at the municipal level. Journal of the American Planning Association 76(4): 121 – 134.
Chang H, GH Parandvash, V Shandas, 2010. Spatial Variations of Single Family Residential Water Use in Portland, Oregon. Urban Geography 31 (7): 953-972.
Shandas V, and GH Parandvash 2010. Integrating Urban Form and Demographics in Water Demand Management: An empirical case study of Portland Oregon (US). Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 37(1): 112-128.
Shandas V, and M Alberti, 2009. Linking Fragmentation of Watershed Vegetation to Instream Biological Condition: Empirical evidence from the Puget Sound lowland. Landscape and Urban Planning, 60: 66-75.
Mills A, T Francis, V Shandas, K Whittaker, and J Graybill, 2008. Challenges in the Use of Best Available Science for the Protection of Critical Areas in Washington State. Urban Ecosystems 11(4): 817 – 829.
Shandas V, and B Messer, 2008. Fostering Green Communities through Civic Engagement: Lessons from 12 years of environmental stewardship in the Portland metropolitan area. Journal of the American Planning Association 74(4): 100 – 118 (Special Issue on the future of green communities).
Duh JD, V Shandas, H Chang, and LA George, 2008. Rates of Urbanisation and the Resiliency of Air and Water Quality. Science of the Total Environment 400 (1-3): 238 – 256.
Shandas V, J Graybill, and C Ryan, 2008. Are Planners Using Ecosystem Based Management when Developing Environmental Policy? Evidence from the Pacific Northwest (US),Journal of Environmental Planning and Management:51(5): 649-664.
Shandas V, 2007. An Empirical Study of Streamside Landowners’ Interest in Riparian Conservation. Journal of the American Planning Association 72(2): 173 – 184.
Graybill JK, S Dooling, V Shandas, J Withey, A Greve, GL Simon, 2006. A Rough Guide to Interdisciplinarity: Graduate Student Perspectives. BioScience 56(9): 757 - 763.
Francis T, K Whittaker, V Shandas, A Mills, and J Graybill, 2004. Using Science in the Environmental Policy Process: A case study from Washington State. Ecology and Society 10(1): Article 35.
O'Hara S, V Shandas, and E Wright, 2000. The Cost of Technology Intensive Education: A preliminary analysis of studio physics. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching 19(4): 379 - 396.