Publications

Doyle, Martin W., Emily H. Stanley, David G. Havlick, Mark J. Kaiser, George Steinbach, William L. Graf, Gerald E. Galloway, and J. Adam Riggsbee. 18 January 2008. “Aging Infrastructure and Ecosystem Restoration,” Science 319: 286-287.

Havlick, David G. 2007. “Logics of Change for Military-to-Wildlife Conversions in the United States,” GeoJournal 69: 151-164.

Havlick, David. 2007. “Smoke and Gears: Seeing Through the Off-Roaders’ Demographic Mirage,” in: George Wuerthner, ed., Thrillcraft: The Environmental Consequences of Motorized Recreation. San Francisco, CA: Foundation for Deep Ecology/Chelsea Green.

Havlick, David. 2006. “Getting There,” pp. 155-162, in: Tom Petersen, ed., A Road Runs Through It: Reviving Wild Places . Boulder, CO: Johnson Books.

Havlick, David. March 2006. “Reconsidering Wilderness: Prospective Ethics for Nature, Technology, and Society,” Ethics, Place and Environment 9(1): 47-62.

Havlick, David and Marion Hourdequin. October 2005. “Practical Wisdom in Environmental Education,” Ethics, Place and Environment 8(2): 385-392.

Havlick, David. 2005. Review of The Right to the City: Social Justice and the Fight for Public Space by Don Mitchell. NY: Guilford, 2003, in Ethics, Place and Environment 8(1): 119-121.


Havlick, David and Scott Kirsch.  November 2004. “A Production Utopia? RTP and the North Carolina Research Triangle,” Southeastern Geographer 44(2).


Havlick, David. 2004. Review of Science in the American Southwest: A Topical History by George E. Webb. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press, 2002, in Historical Geography 32: 226-228.


Havlick, David. 2004. “Roadkill,” Conservation in Practice 5(1): 30-34.
Havlick, David G. 2002. “Behind the Wheel: A Look Back at Public Land Roads,” Forest History Today, Spring 2002: 10-20.


Havlick, David. 2002. “Removing Roads: The Redwood Experience,” Conservation in Practice 3(4): 28-34.


Havlick, David G. 2002. No Place Distant: Roads and Motorized Recreation on America’s Public Lands. Washington, D.C.: Island Press. 297 pp.