Graybill, J.K., 2013. “Mapping an emotional topography of an ecological homeland: The case of Sakhalin Island, Russia.” For a special issue on environment and affect in Emotion, Space and Society.
Graybill, J.K., 2013. “Imagining resilience: situating perceptions and emotions about climate change on Kamchatka, Russia.” Available through Online First for GeoJournal: to be included in a special issue on society and climate change for print in 2013.
Graybill, J.K., Dixon, M., 2012. “Cities of Russia.” In Brunn, S., Hays-Mitchell, M., Ziegler, D., eds. Cities of the World: World Regional Urban Development. Fifth edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
Graybill, J.K., 2012. Book review of Red to Green: Environmental Activism in Post-Soviet Russia. In Nationalities Papers 40(4): 1-3.
Graybill, J.K., 2009. “Places and identities on Sakhalin Island: situating the emerging movements for ‘Sustainable Sakhalin’.” In Environmental Justice of the Former Soviet Union. Agyeman, J., Ogneva-Himmelberger, E., eds. Boston: MIT Press.
Graybill, J.K., 2008. “Regional dimensions of Russia’s transformation: hydrocarbon development and emerging socio-environmental landscapes of Sakhalin Island.” In Kring Beringia: Expeditioner och folk. Geography and Anthropology Yearbook of the Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography No. 127.
Graybill, J.K., Mitchneck, B., 2008. “Cities of Russia.” In Brunn, S., Hays-Mitchell, M., Ziegler, D., eds. Cities of the World: World Regional Urban Development. Fourth edition. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.
Graybill, J. K., 2007. “Continuity and change: (Re)constructing geographies of the environment in late Soviet and postsoviet Russia.” Area 39(1): 6-19.
Perepechko, A.S., Graybill, J.K., ZumBrunnen, C.; Sharkov, D., 2005. “Spatial Database Development for Russian Urban Areas: A New Conceptual Framework.” GIScience and Remote Sensing. 42(2): 122-148.
On Urban Ecology
Graybill, J.K., 2012. “Urban vulnerability and resilience in Utica, NY: A case study of social and environmental factors affecting the city.” In Dooling, S., Simon, G., eds. Cities, Nature, Development. Ashgate Press.
Shandas, V., Graybill, J.K., Ryan, C.M., 2008. “The challenges of ecosystem-based management: a case study from Western Washington.” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 51(5): 649-664.
Mills, A., Francis, T., Shandas, V., Whittaker, K. Graybill, J.K., 2008. “Using best available science to protect critical areas in Washington state: challenges and barriers to planners.” Urban Ecosystems 12(2); 157-175.
Dooling, S., Graybill, J.K., Greve, A., 2007. “Response to Young and Wolf: Goal attainment in urban ecology research.” Urban Ecosystems 10(3): 339-347.
Francis, T., Whittaker, K., Shandas, V. Mills, A., Graybill, J.K., 2005. “Incorporating science into the environmental policy process: a case study from Washington State.” Ecology and Society 10(1):35.
Graybill, J.K., Shandas, V. Fyffe, J., Flores, E., in press. “Forces Acting on Doctoral Education from the Viewpoint of Early Career Researchers.” In Nerad, M. Forces and Forms of the Global Network on Doctoral Education. Sense Publishers.
Graybill, J.K., Shandas, V., 2010. "Doctoral Student and Early Academic Career Perspectives on Interdisciplinarity.” In Frodeman, R., Klein, R.T., Mitcham, C., eds. The Oxford Handbook on Interdisciplinarity. Oxford University Press.
Simon, G., Graybill, J.K., 2010. “Geography in interdisciplinarity: Towards a third conversation.” Geoforum 41(3): 356-363.
Graybill, J.K., Dooling, S., Shandas, V., Withey, J., Greve, A., Simon, G., 2006. “A Rough Guide to Interdisciplinarity: Graduate Student Experiences.” BioScience 59(9): 757-764.