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. Accepted by Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems.

Sykora-Bodie, S., L. Jones, Z. Hastings, et al. Graduate student perspectives on transforming academia. Accepted by Conservation Science and Practice.

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.