A Forest on the Sea: Environmental Expertise in Renaissance Venice (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009).
* Herbert Baxter Adams Prize (American Historical Association)
* Charles Weyerhaeuser Prize (Forest History Society)
* Gladys Krieble Delmas Prize (Renaissance Society of America)
“Ecologies of Beef: Eighteenth-Century Epizootics and the Environmental History of Early Modern Europe,” Environmental History 268-87 (2010).
“Friend or Flood? The Dilemmas of Flood Control in Late Renaissance Venice,” in The Nature of Cities: New Approaches to Urban Environmental History, ed. Andrew Isenberg (Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press, 2006) 79-102.
“Tools for the Development of the European Economy,” in A Companion to the History of the Renaissance World, ed. Guido Ruggiero (London: Blackwell, 2002) 259-78.
“Politics, Perception, and the Meaning of Landscape in Late Medieval Venice: Marco Cornaro’s 1442 Inspection of Firewood Supplies,” in Inventing Medieval Landscapes: Senses of Place in Western Europe, eds. John Howe and Michael Wolfe (Gainesville, FL: University Press of Florida, 2002) 70-88.
“Inventing Nature: Forests, Forestry, and State Power in Renaissance Venice,” The Journal of Modern History 851-89 (2000).
*Alice Hamilton Prize (American Society for Enironmental History)