Harrower, J.T. 2019 (in press). Species Interactions and Climate Change in the Loss of Joshua trees, and the Role of Eco-Arts in Understanding Multispecies Connections (Doctoral dissertation, UC Santa Cruz).
Harrower, J. 2019. Merging Art, Science, and Motherhood to Save Joshua Trees. Leonardo: doi: 10.1162/leon_a_01791
Harrower, J. and G. S. Gilbert. 2018. Context-dependent mutualisms in the Joshua tree–yucca moth system shift along a climate gradient. Ecosphere 9(9): e02439. 10.1002/ecs2.2439.
Harrower, J., 2018. Bringing Together Art and Science to Save Joshua Tree. Artists and Climate Change.
Harrower, J., Parker, J., Merson, M., 2018. (cover feature) Species Loss: Exploring Opportunities with Art-Science. Journal of Integrative and Comparative Biology:
Harrower, J. and H. Cohen. April 2018. Bees of CA: Art, Science and Poetry. SymbioArtlab.
Gilbert, G., [et al., including Harrower, J.,], 2016. Use of acoustic tomography to detect and quantify wood decay in living trees. Applications in Plant Sciences:
Short, A., Harrower, J., et al., 2016. The Quasi-Legal Challenge: Assessing and Governing the Environmental Impacts of Cannabis Cultivation in the North Coastal Basin of California. Journal of Land Use Policy:
Harrower, J, 2014. "Big Horned," The STEAM Journal: Vol. 1: Iss. 2, Article 9. doi:10.5642/steam.20140102.9
Harrower, J. 2007. Without a Net: Teachers Need Support. Edutopia Magazine.
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