Publications

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Journal Articles

Cerra, Joshua F., Brook W. Muller, and Robert Young. 2017. A transformative outlook on the 21st-century city: Patrick Geddes’ Outlook Tower revisited. Landscape and Urban Planning. 166:90-96. https://doi.org/10.1016/j. landurbplan.2017.05.015

Cerra, Joshua F. 2017. Emerging strategies for voluntary urban ecological stewardship on private property. Landscape and Urban Planning. 157: 586- 597.

Cerra, Joshua F. and Rhiannon Crain. 2016. Urban birds and planting design: Strategies for incorporating ecological goals into residential landscapes. 19(4):1823-46. Urban Ecosystems. DOI 10.1007/s11252-016- 0570-0.

Cerra, Joshua F. 2016. Inland adaptation: Developing a studio model for climate-adaptive design as a framework for design practice. Landscape Journal. 35(1): 37-56. DOI 10.3368/lj.35.1.37

Submitted. Muller, Brook W. and Joshua F. Cerra. Adaptive architectures and urban ecologies: Synchronizing site scale and landscape scale systems. Journal of Architecture and Planning Research.

Book Chapters

Cerra, Joshua F., Chris Wien and Sonja Skelly. 2015. Making change: Designing a new model for climate change interpretation and experimentation. In Incite Change | Change insight CELA Theme Publication, Keane,Tim, editor. New Prairie Press eBooks. Book 4, 23-36. ISBN:978-0-9915482-3-1

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Peer-Reviewed Papers in Conference Proceedings

Smith, Graham, Joshua F. Cerra, and Libby Zemaitis. 2019. People and place: Understanding social dimensions of resilience in the Climate-adaptive Design Studio. Proceedings of the 50th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association Conference. New York, USA.

Muller, Brook, May Al-Ibrashy, Joshua F. Cerra, and Megan Prier. 2018. Rewatering as community development: Reclaiming environmental heritage. Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Working Paper Series. 291: International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments.

Cerra, Joshua F. and Rhiannon Crain. 2016. Beating the property barrier: Building community to build ecology in cities. Landscape Research Record. 5:223-244.

Cerra, Joshua F. 2016. The YardWorks Project: Developing urban ecological design strategies for residential private property. Landscape Research Record. 5:89-100.

Cerra, J. 2015. Leveraging urban ecosystems for comprehensive climate- adaptive design: An approach framework for landscape architects. Nisha A. Fernando, Ph.D. Greg Allen Barker, AIA (ed.), Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association Conference. Madison, Wisconsin, USA. 42-47.

Cerra, J.F. 2014. Changing the matrix: Stewardship models for coordinating urban ecological enhancement on private property. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association Conference. Los Angeles, California. 64-69.

Cerra, Joshua F. and Brook Muller. 2014. Dynamic urban ecologies: Adaptive approaches to landscape-structure in the face of urban change. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Environmental Design Research Association Conference. 58- 63.

Cerra, Josh. 2008. Building the marketplace for LID: A new habitat-based approach. American Society of Civil Engineers Low Impact Development Conference Proceedings. 1-8.

Muller, Brook, Shannon McGinley, and Josh Cerra. 2008. Building an arc: Architecture, biodiversity, and the city. 2008 Proceedings of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Conference. 275-281. ISBN 978-0-935502-60-2

Cerra, Josh, and Brook Muller. 2007. Catalytic interdisciplinarity: Ecological restoration in the architectural design studio. 2007 Proceedings of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Conference. 353-360. ISBN 0-935502- 60-2.

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Peer-Reviewed Abstracts in Conference Proceedings

Cerra, Joshua F., Victoria Chanse, Chingwen Cheng, Kevan Klosterwill and
David G. Pitt. 2019. Engaged scholarship to catalyze adoption of design strategies for climate change adaptation and mitigation. Abstract for the 2019 Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference Proceedings.

Smith, Graham and Joshua F. Cerra. 2018. Studio praxis: Starting a dialogue toward social-ecological resilience. Abstract for the 2018 Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference Proceedings. 199.

Goodrich, Katherine and Joshua F. Cerra. 2018 Sculpting hybrid shorelines. Abstract for the 2018 Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference Proceedings. 124.

Cerra, Joshua F. and Rhiannon Crain. 2016. Beating the property barrier: Building community to build ecology in cities. Abstract for the 2016 Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference Proceedings. 368.

Cerra, Joshua F. 2015. The YardWorks Project: Developing urban ecological design strategies for residential private property. Abstract for the 2015 Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference Proceedings. Manhattan, KS. 169.

Cerra, Joshua F., Chris Wien and Sonja Skelly. 2015. Making change: Designing a new model for climate change interpretation and
experimentation. Abstract for the 2015 Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference Proceedings. Manhattan, KS. 270.

Cerra, Joshua. 2015. Anticipating change: Positioning the profession of landscape architecture as a leader in climate-adaptive design services. Abstract for the 2014 Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference Proceedings. Baltimore, Maryland. 128.

Muller, Brook and Joshua Cerra. 2014. Adaptive architectures and urban wetland ecologies. Abstract published in Riverine 2014 Conference Abstracts, University of Kent, Canterbury.

Cerra, Joshua. 2013. Private land, public good: Strategies for urban ecological enhancement on private property. Abstract for the 2013 Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference Proceedings. Austin, Texas. 169.

Muller, Brook and Josh Cerra. 2008. The bio-urban development applied research laboratory. 2008 Urban Ecology and Conservation Symposium Abstract Proceedings, Urban Ecosystem Research Consortium. Portland, Oregon. 27.

Cerra, Josh, and Brook Muller. 2006. Catalytic architectural ecologies: Intensifications of language and habitat. Abstract for the International Association for Environmental Philosophy Tenth Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Cerra, Josh, and Brook Muller. 2005. Architecture as organism: Metaphor, environmental receptivity and design. Abstract for the International Association for Environmental Philosophy Ninth Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.

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Other Publications and Reports (Selected)

Cerra, Joshua F and Graham Smith. Design for Climate-resilient Hudson River Communities III. Public report submitted to Water Resources Institute, Cornell University.

Cerra, Joshua F. 2018. Design for Climate-resilient Hudson River Communities II. Research report submitted to Water Resources Institute, Cornell University.

Cerra, Joshua F. 2017. Design for Climate-resilient Hudson River Communities II. Research report submitted to Water Resources Institute, Cornell University.

Cerra, Joshua F. 2016. Design for Climate-resilient Hudson River Communities. Research report submitted to Water Resources Institute, Cornell University. http://wri.cals.cornell.edu/news/research-reports

Skelly, S. and J. Cerra. 2016. Small garden, big impact: Cornell Plantations’ Climate Change Garden. American Public Garden Association, Public Garden, 31 (2):14-15.

Cerra, Joshua F. and Megan Funk. 2015. Yardworks Project Guide: Building Community and Ecology via Urban Ecological Design. Document online from 8/15-6/16 at yardworksproject.org.

Kent, Dan, Joshua F. Cerra and Brook Muller. 2011. Ten Principles for Ecologically Functional Urban Landscapes. Contributor to an outreach publication describing habitat friendly development practices. Submitted to Salmon-Safe Inc., Portland, Oregon.

Cerra, Joshua and Mary Larkin (Herrera). 2011. Salmon-Safe Certification Standards for Golf Course Development. Submitted to Salmon-Safe Inc., Portland, Oregon.

Cerra, Joshua and Mary Larkin (Herrera). 2006. Salmon-Safe Certification Standards for Residential Development. Submitted to Salmon-Safe Inc., Portland, Oregon.

Cerra, Josh. 2008. Plants at work. Sustainable Industries Journal.

Cerra, Joshua and Muller, Brook (David Evans and Associates). 2006. Integrating Habitats: A design competition. Submitted to Portland Metro, Portland, Oregon.