Land use and Protected Area Planning
Blundell, A.G., Harwell, E. 2010.
Improving Post-conflict Coordination between Prosecutors, UN Panels of Experts and Truth Commissions.
Journal of Peacebuilding and Development. 5:2, 101-106.
Blundell, A.G., Harwell, E. 2009.
Manual: A protocol to conduct risk assessment of corrupt practices & risk management through monitoring anti-corruption tools.
Transparency International—Forest Governance & Integrity Programme.
Blundell, A.G., Harwell, E. 2016.
Missing the forest for the trees: How do Peace Agreements Treat Natural Resources.
Foreign Policy. 2016/01/15.
Blundell, A.G., Harwell, E, & Canby K. 2016.
REDD+ & Post-conflict.
Blundell, A.G., Burkey, T. 2007.
Setting conservation priorities for biodiversity offsets.
BMC Ecology. 7:10
Christie, W. et al. 2006.
An Assessment of Fragmentation and Clearance of Liberia’s Forests.
Oryx, 41(4) 539-543
Blundell, A.G., et al. 2003.
Eco-risk assessment using indicators of sustainability: invasive species in the Caribbean National Forest of Puerto Rico.
Journal of Forestry. 101(1) 14-20
Harwell, E., Lynch, O.J. 2002.
Whose Natural Resources? Whose Common Good? Towards a New Paradigm of Environmental Justice and the National Interest in Indonesia.
Governance and Reform
Blundell, A.G., et al. 2016.
Indonesia’s Legal Timber Supply Gap and Implications for Expansion of Milling Capacity: A Review of the Road Map for the Revitalization of the Forest Industry, Phase 1.
Blundell, A.G., et al. 2012.
Strengthening forest governance monitoring: Zambia & Vietnam.
European Tropical Forest Research Network. 3:73-80.
Harwell, E, Blundell, A.G. 2011
Forests, Fragility and Conflict: Overview and Case Studies
Profor, World Bank
Blundell, A. Christie, W. 2006.
Liberia: Securing the Peace Through Parks. in Peace Parks
(S. Ali, ed.) MIT Press
Christie, W., McCandless, E. 2006.
Moving Beyond Sanctions: Evolving integrated strategies to address post conflict natural resource based challenges in Liberia
Journal of Peace and Development
Harwell, E. 2005.
Social and Economic Rights in Chega! The Final Report of the East Timor Commission on Reception, Truth and Reconciliation.
Journal of Peace and Development
Kommeter, R., Martinez, M., Blundell, A.G., Gullison, R.E., Steininger, M.K., Rice. R.E. 2004.
Impacts of unsustainble mahogany logging in Bolivia and Peru.
Conservation Ecology and Society. 9(1):12
Blundell, A.G., Gullison. R.E., 2004.
Poor regulatory capacity limits the ability of science to influence the management of mahogany.
Forest Economics and Policy. 5:395-405..
Harwell, E. 2003.
Without Remedy: Human Rights Abuses and Indonesia’s Pulp and Paper Industry.
Human Rights Watch, New York.
Rodan, B.D. , Blundell, A.G. 2003.
Can sustainable mahogany stem from CITES science?
Bioscience 53(7): 619
Blundell, A.G.. 2006.
Offsets could mitigate damage to biodiversity.
Gullison, R.E., Rice, R.E., Blundell, A.G. 2000.
‘Marketing’ species conservation: Financial incentives can be found to conserve a species threatened by trade.
Nature. 404: 923 – 924
Project Design and Evaluation
Blundell, A.G. 2007.
Developing a system to implement CITES Appendix II for mahogany.
Ecological Applications. 17:332-330
Colfer, C., Wadley, R., Harwell, E., Prabhu, R. 1997.
Assessing intergenerational access to resources: Developing Criteria and Indicators. in A Practitioner’s Handbook for the Assessment of Sustainability of Resource Management.
Center for International Forestry Research