Multifunctional Landscape Analysis and Design


Wolz, K.J., Lovell, S.T., Branham, B., Eddy, W., Revord, R.S., Wander, M., Yang, W., DeLucia, E.H.  2018. Frontiers in alley cropping: transformative solutions for temperate agriculture.  Global Change Biology 24: 883-894.  Available online: here

Miernicki, L., Wortman, S.E., Lovell, S.T. 2018. Raised beds for urban agriculture: Soil properties, weeds, and vegetable yield. Accepted for publication in: Urban Agriculture & Regional Food Systems. Available online: here.

Mattia, C.M., Lovell, S.T., Fraterrigo, J.M. 2018. Identifying marginal land for multifunctional perennial cropping systems in the Upper Sangamon River Watershed, Illinois. Accepted for publication in: Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 73(6):669-681. Available online: here.

Lovell, S.T., Dupraz, C., Gold, M., Jose, S., Revord, R., Stanek, E., Wolz, K.J. 2018. Temperate agroforestry research: considering multifunctional woody polycultures and the design of long-term field trials. Agroforestry Systems 92(5):1397-1415. Available online: here. 

Ferguson, R.S., Lovell, S.T.  2018. Diversification and labor productivity on U.S. permaculture farms. Accepted for publication in: Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems.  Available online: here. 

Brumfield, R.G., Kenny, L.B., DeVincentis, A.J., Koeser, A.K., Verlinden, S., Both, A.J. Bi, G., Lovell, S.T., Stewart, J.R., 2018. Analysis of economic and social costs of growing Petunia x hybrida in a greenhouse production system using alternative containers. HortScience 53(8):1179-1185.

Mattia, C., Lovell, S.T., Davis, A. 2018. Identifying barriers and motivators for adoption of multifunctional perennial cropping systems by landowners in the Upper Sangamon River Watershed. Accepted for publication in: Agroforestry Systems 92(5):1155-1169. Available online: here.

Neher, D. Williams, K., Lovell, S.T. 2017. Environmental indicators reflective of road design in a forested landscape. Ecosphere 8(3):e01734. Available online: here.

Ferguson, R.S., Lovell, S.T. 2017. Livelihood diversity on US permaculture farms. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 41(6):588-613.  Available online: here.

Davis, A.Y., Lonsdorf, E.V., Shierk, C.R., Matteson, K.C., Taylor, J.R., Lovell, S.T., Minor, E.S. 2017.  Enhancing pollination supply in an urban ecosystem through landscape modifications. Landscape and Urban Planning 162:157-166. Available online: here.

Taylor, J.R., Lovell, S.T., Wortman, S.E., Chan, M., 2017. Ecosystem services and tradeoffs in the home food gardens of African American, Chinese-origin, and Mexican-origin households in Chicago, IL. Renewable Agriculture & Food Systems 32(1):69-86. Available online: here.

Petri, A.C., Koeser, A.K., Lovell, S.T., Ingram, D. 2016. How green are trees? Using LCA to assess new environmental benefits. Journal of Environmental Horticulture 34(4):101-110.

Wilson, M.H., Lovell, S.T., 2016. Agroforestry - The next step in sustainable and resilient agriculture. Invited publication in: Sustainability Journal 8(6):574 (15pg).  Available online: here.

Ferguson, R.S., Lovell, S.T. 2015. Grassroots engagement with transition to sustainability: diversity and modes of participation in the international permaculture movement.  Ecology and Society 20(4):39.  Available online: here.

Taylor, J.R., Lovell, S.T.
2015. Urban home gardens in the Global North: A mixed methods study of ethnic and migrant home gardens in Chicago, IL. Renewable Agriculture & Food Systems 30(1): 22-32. Available online: here.

Evans, M.R., Koeser, A., Bi, G., Nambuthiri, S., Geneve, R., Jacobsen, K., Lovell, S.T., Stewart, J.R. 2015. Impact of biocontainers with and without shuttle trays on water use in the production of a containerized ornamental greenhouse crop.  HortTechnology 25(1): 35-41.  Available online: here

Sun, Y., Niu, G., Koeser, A.K., Bi, G., Anderson, V., Jacobson, K., Conneway, R., Verlinden, S., Stewart, R., Lovell, S.T. 2015. Impact of biocontainers on plant performance and container decomposition in the landscape. HortTechnology 25(1):63-70. Available online: here

Morse, C.E., Strong, A., Mendez, V.E., Lovell, S.T., Troy, A., Morris, W.B. 2014. Performing a New England landscape: viewing, engaging, and belonging. Journal of Rural Studies 36: 226-236. Available online: here

Bennett, A.B., Lovell, S.T. 2014. Comparison of arthropod abundance and arthropod mediated predation services in urban green spaces. Insect Conservation and Diversity 7(5):405-412  Available online: here

Ferguson, R.S., Lovell, S.T. 2014. Permaculture for agroecology: Design, practice, movement, and worldview.  Agronomy for Sustainable Development 34(2):251-274.  Available online: here

Taylor, J.R., Lovell, S.T.  2014. Urban home food gardens in the Global North: Research traditions and future directions.  Agriculture and Human Values 31: 285.30.  Available online: here

Koeser, A., Lovell, S.T., Petri, A.C., Brumfield, R.G., Stewart, J.R. 2014. Biocontainer use in a Petunia x hybrida greenhouse production system - a cradle-to-gate carbon footprint assessment of secondary impacts. HortScience 49(3):265-271. Available online: here

Lovell, S.T., Taylor, J.R. 2013. Supplying ecosystem services through multifunctional green infrastructure. Landscape Ecology 28(8):1447-1463.  Available online: here.

Wortman, S.E., Lovell, S.T. 2013.  Environmental challenges threatening the growth of urban agriculture in the United States.  Journal of Environmental Quality 42(5):1283-1294.  Available online: here

Erickson, D.E., Lovell, S.T., Mendez, V.E. 2013. Identifying, quantifying, and classifying agricultural opportunities for land use planning.  Landscape and Urban Planning 118:29-39. Available online: here.

Koeser, A., Lovell, S.T., Stewart, R., Evans, M. 2013. Biocontainer water use in short-term greenhouse crop production. HortTechnology, 23:220-226.  Available online: here

Morris, K.S., Mendez, V.E., Richards, M., Lovell, S.T., Olson, M.  2013. Conventional food plot management in an organic coffee cooperative: Explaining the paradox.  Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 37(7):762-787. Available online: here

Neher, D.A., Asmussen, D., Lovell, S.T. 2013. Roads in northern hardwood forests affect adjacent plant communities and soil chemistry in proportion to the maintained roadside area.  Science of the Total Environment, 449:320-327. Available online: here

Lovell, S.T., 2012.  “Agroecology”.  In: Encyclopedia of Sustainability, V5: Ecosystem Management & Sustainability. Editors: Craig, R.K., Nagle, J.C., Pardy, B., Schmitz, O., Smith, W. Berkshire Publishing: Barrington, MA. February 2012. View PDF

Taylor, J.R., Lovell, S.T.  2012. Mapping public and private spaces of urban agriculture in Chicago through the analysis of high-resolution aerial images in Google Earth.  Landscape & Urban Planning 108(1):57-70.
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Lovell, S.T., 2012. “Buffers”.  In: Encyclopedia of Sustainability, V5: Ecosystem Management & Sustainability. Editors: Craig, R.K., Nagle, J.C., Pardy, B., Schmitz, O., Smith, W. Berkshire Publishing: Barrington, MA.  February 2012. View PDF

Kominami, H., Lovell, S.T.  2012. An adaptive management approach to improve water quality at a model dairy farm in Vermont, USA.  Ecological Engineering 40:131-143.  Available online: here

Erickson, D.L., Lovell, S.T., Mendez, V.E. 2011. Landowner willingness to embed production agriculture and other land use options in residential areas of Chittenden County, Vermont, USA.   Landscape & Urban Planning 103(2):174-184.  Available online: here

Lovell, S.T. 2010. Multifunctional urban agriculture for sustainable land use planning.  Invited submission for Sustainability 2(8):2499-2522. View PDF

Lovell, S.T., Mendez, V.E., DeSantis, S., Erickson, E., Nathan, C. 2010.  Extent, pattern, and multifunctionality of treed habitats on farms in Vermont, USA. Agroforestry Systems 80(2):153-171. Available online: here

Lovell, S.T., DeSantis, S., Nathan, C.A., Olson, M.B., Mendez, V.E., Kominami, H.C., Erickson, D.L., Morris, K.S., Morris, W.B. 2010. Integrating agroecology and landscape multifunctionality in Vermont: An evolving framework to evaluate the design of agroecosystems.  Agricultural Systems 103: 327-341. Available online: here

Lovell, S.T. and Johnston, D.M. 2009.  Creating multifunctional landscapes – How can the field of ecology inform the design of the landscape? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(4):212-220.  Available online: here

Lovell, S.T., Johnston, D.M. 2009.  Designing landscapes for performance based on emerging principles in landscape ecology. Ecology and Society 14(1):article 44.  View PDF

Sims, G.K., Lovell, S.T., Tarr, G. and Maskel, S. 2009.  Role of sorption and degradation in the herbicidal function of isoxaflutole.  Pest Management Science 65(7):805-810. 

Lovell, S.T. and Sullivan, W.C.  2006. Environmental benefits of conservation buffers in the United States: Evidence, promise, and open questions.  Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 112(4):249-260. Available online: here

Sullivan, W.C. and Lovell, S.T., 2006. Improving the visual quality of commercial development at the rural-urban fringe.  Landscape & Urban Planning 77(1-2):152-166.  Available online: here

Sullivan, W.C., Anderson, O.M., and Lovell, S.T., 2004.  Agricultural buffers at the rural-urban fringe: an examination of approval by farmers, residents, and academics in the Midwestern United States.  Landscape & Urban Planning 69:299-313. Available online: here

Taylor-Lovell, S., Sims, G.K., and Wax, L.M. 2002.  Effects of moisture, temperature, and biological activity on the degradation of isoxaflutole in soil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 50:5626-5633. Available online: here

Taylor-Lovell, S.
, Wax, L.M., and Bollero, G.  2002.  Preemergence flumioxazin and pendimethalin and postemergence herbicide systems for soybean (Glycine max). Weed Technology 16:502-511. Available online: here

Taylor-Lovell, S. and Wax, L.M.  2001. Weed control in field corn (Zea mays) with RPA 201772 combinations with atrazine and s-metolachlor. Weed Technology 15:249-256. Available Online: here

Taylor-Lovell, S.
, Wax, L.M., and Nelson, R.  2001. Phytotoxic response and yield of soybean (Glycine max) varieties treated with sulfentrazone or flumioxazin. Weed Technology 15:95-102. Available online: here

Taylor-Lovell, S., Sims, G.K., Wax, L.M., and Hassett, J.J. 2000. Hydrolysis and soil adsorption of the labile herbicide isoxaflutole. Environmental Science and Technology 34:3186-3190.  Available Online: here

Lovell, S.T., Wax, L.M., Horak, M.J., and Peterson, D.E. 1996. Imidazolinone and sulfonylurea resistance in a biotype of common waterhemp (Amaranthus rudis). Weed Science 44:789-794.  Available online: here

Lovell, S.T., Wax, L.M., Simpson, D.M., and McGlamery, M. 1996. Using the in vivo ALS assay for identifying herbicide-resistant weeds. Weed Technology 10:936-942.  Available online: here

Diehl, K.E., Taylor, S.L., Simpson, D.M., Stoller, E.W., and Wax, L.M. 1994. Effect of soil organic matter on the interaction between nicosulfuron and terbufos in corn. Weed Science 43:306-311.