Kareiva, P. and M. Marvier. 2015. Conservation Science: Balancing the Needs of People and Nature. 2nd ed. Roberts & Co. Book website.
Kareiva, P., C. Groves, and M. Marvier. 2014. The evolving linkage between conservation science and practice at The Nature Conservancy. Journal of Applied Ecology http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1365-2664.12259/full.
Arkema, . K., G. Guannel, G. Verutes, S. A. Wood, A. Guerry, M. Ruckelshaus, P. Kareiva, M. Lacayo, J. M. Silver. 2013. Coastal habitats shield people and property from sea-level rise and storms. Nature Climate Change
Game, E. T., P. Kareiva, H. P. Possingham. 2013. Six common mistakes in conservation priority setting. Conservation Biology.
Fishburn, I. S., A. G. Boyer, P. Kareiva, K. J. Gaston, P. R. Armsworth. 2013. Changing spatial patterns of conservation investment by a major land trust. Biological Conservation 161: 223-229.
Ehrlich, P. R, P. M. Kareiva, G. C. Daily. 2012. Securing natural capital and expanding equity to rescale civilization. Nature 486: 68–73.
Kareiva, P. and M. Marvier. 2012. What is conservation science? Bioscience 62:962-969.
Kareiva, P. and M. Marvier. 2011. Conservation Science: Balancing the Needs of People and Nature. Roberts & Co. Book website.
Davies, Z. G., P. Kareiva, P. R. Armsworth. 2010. Temporal patterns in the size of conservation land transactions. Conservation Letters 3: 29-37.
McDonald R. I., R. T. T. Forman, P. Kareiva. 2010. Open space loss and land inequality in United States? cities, 1990?2000. PLoS ONE 5(3): e9509.
Kareiva, P., H. Tallis, T. H. Ricketts, G. C. Daily, and S. Polasky (eds). 2010. Natural Capital: Theory and Practice of Mapping Ecosystem Services. Oxford University Press, New York, NY.
Girvetz, E. H., C. Zganjar, G. T. Raber , E. P. Maurer, P. Kareiva, J. J. Lawler. 2009. Applied climate-change analysis: The Climate Wizard tool. PLoS ONE 4: e8320
McDonald, R. I., R. T. T. Forman, P. Kareiva, R. Neugarten, D. Salzer, J. Fisher. 2009. Urban effects, distance, and protected areas in an urbanizing world. Landscape and Urban Planning 93: 63-75.
Lawler, J. J., T. H. Tear, C. Pyke, M. R. Shaw, P. Gonzalez, P. Kareiva, L. Hansen, L. Hannah, K. Klausmeyer, A. Aldous, C. Bienz, and S. Pearsall. 2009. Resource management in a changing and uncertain climate. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8: 35-43.
West, J. M., S. H. Julius, P. Kareiva, C. Enquist, J. J. Lawler, B. Petersen, A. E. Johnson, M. R. Shaw. 2009. US natural resources and climate change: Concepts and approaches for management adaptation. Environmental Management 44: 1001-1021.
Nelson, E., G. Mendoza, J. Regetz, S. Polasky, H. Tallis, D. R. Cameron, K. M. A. Chan, G. C. Daily, J. Goldstein, P. M. Kareiva, E. Lonsdorf, R. Naidoo, T. H. Ricketts, M .R. Shaw. 2009. Modeling multiple ecosystem services, biodiversity conservation, commodity production, and tradeoffs at landscape scales. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7: 4-11.
Kareiva, P., A. Chang, and M. Marvier. 2008. Development and conservation goals in World Bank projects. Science 321: 1638-1639.
McDonald, R. I., P. Kareiva, and R. T.T. Forman. 2008. The implications of current and future urbanization for global protected areas and biodiversity conservation. Biological Conservation 141: 1695-1703.
Tallis, H., P. Kareiva, M. Marvier, and A. Chang. 2008. An ecosystem services framework to support both practical conservation and economic development. PNAS 105: 9457-9464.
Goldman, R. L., H. Tallis, P. Kareiva and G. C. Daily. 2008. Field evidence that ecosystem service projects support biodiversity and diversify options. PNAS 105: 9445-9448.
Kareiva, P. and M. Marvier. 2007. Conservation for the people. Scientific American 297: 50-57.