Please email me at zchastin@hawaii.edu if you would like a copy of any of the articles below.

Hastings, Z., M. Wong, T. Ticktin. Who gets to adopt? Contested values constrain just transitions to agroforestry. In review.

Sykora-Bodie, S., L. Jones, Z. Hastings, et al. Graduate student perspectives on transforming academia. In review.

Melone, A., L. L. Bremer, S. E. Crow, Z. Hastings, K. B. Winter, T. Ticktin, Y. M. Rii, M. Wong, K. Kukea-Shultz, S. Watson, C. Trauernicht. Assessing baseline carbon stocks for forest transitions: a case study of agroforestry restoration from Hawaiʻi. Agriculture. 11(3): 189.

Hastings, Z., T. Ticktin, M. Botelho, N. Reppun, K. Kukea-Schulz, M. Wong, A. Melone, & L. Bremer. 2020. Integrating co-production and trait-based approaches for inclusive and scalable restoration solutions. Conservation Science and Practice. e250.

Ticktin, T., S. Quazi, R. Dacks, M. Tora, A. McGuigan, Z. Hastings, & A. Naikatini. 2018. Linkages between measures of biodiversity and community resilience in Pacific Island agroforests. Conservation Biology. 32(5): 1085-1095.

Trauernicht, C., T. Ticktin, H. Fraiola, Z. Hastings, & A. Tsuneyoshi. 2018. Restoration enhances recovery of a Hawaiian mesic forest after fire. Forest Ecology and Management 411: 1-11.

Gray, S., W. Sears, M. Kolupski, Z. Hastings, N. Przyuski, M. Fox, & A. DeGrood, 2012. Factors affecting land-based sedimentation in coastal bays, US Virgin Islands. Proceedings of the 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Cairns, Australia, 9-13 July.