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Minerva Project : Publications

Malcomb, D., Weaver, E., Krakowka, A. R. (2014). Vulnerability modeling for sub-Saharan Africa: an operationalized approach in Malawi. Journal of Applied Geography. 48: 17-30.
Gerdes, L. M., Autin, B., Ringler, K. (2014). Assessing the Abu Sayyaf Group's Strategic and Learning Capacities. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism Journal, 37 (3): 267-293.
Krakowka, A. R. (2012).  Field Trips as Valuable Learning Experiences in Geography Courses.  Journal of Geography, 111 (6): 236-244. (Winner of best paper award)
Krakowka, A. R., Heimel, N., Galgano, F. A. (2012). Modeling Environmental Security in Sub-Saharan Africa. The Geographical Bulletin, 53: 21-38
Galgano, F. A., Krakowka, A. R. (2010). The environment's influence on regional stability and conflict. The Pennsylvania Geographer, 48 (2): 3-32.
Krakowka, A. R., Rios, L.A. (2009). Environmental Stressors in Fragile Places. Middle States Geographer, 42: 44-54.
Glowacki, T., Krakowka, A.R. (2007). How Government Policies influence declining fertility rates in developed countries.  Middle States Geographer, 40: 32-38.
Krakowka, A. R., Kaufmann, R. K., Myneni, R.B. (2007). Valuing Environmental Services: A Shadow Price for Net Primary Production. Journal of Ecological Economics, 64 (2): 454-462.
Krakowka, A. R., Kaufmann, R. K. (2006). Is there a turning point in the relationship between Energy use and/or Carbon Emissions? Journal of Ecological Economics, 56 (2): 176-189.
Krakowka, A. R., Kaufmann, R. K. (2006). Energy Prices and Turning Points in the Relationship between Income and Energy Use/Carbon Emissions. Energy Journal, 27(4): 157-180.
Magazine Articles:
Arney, D., Coronges, K., Ringler, K. (2012, September). USMA's Minerva Research Initiative: Why Is Understanding Culture Important for the Military? The Bulletin of Military Operations Research: Phalanx, 45 (3): 29-32.