Larson, Kelli and Denise Lach. 2008. Participants and non-participants of Place-Based Groups: An Assessment of Attitudes and Implications for Public Participation in Water Resource Management. Journal of Environmental Management 88: 817-830. Also available on line at 10.1016/j.jenvman.2007.04.008.
Steel, Brent, Denise Lach, and Vijay Satyal. 2006. “Ideology and Scientific Credibility: Environmental Policy in the Pacific Northwest.” Public Understanding of Science 14: 1-15.
Lach, Denise, Helen Ingram, and Steve Rayner. 2006. “You Never Miss the Water ‘Till the Well Runs Dry: Crisis and Creativity in California.” Chapter 10 in Verweij, Marco and Michael Thompson (eds), Clumsy Solutions for a Complex World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Duncan, Sally and Denise Lach. 2006. Privileged Knowledge and Social Change: Effects on Different Participants of Using Geographic Information Systems Technology in Natural Resource management. Environmental Management 38(2): 267-285.
National Science Foundation: “Changing Expectations for Science and Scientists in Natural Resource Decision Making”
US Department of Energy: “Using a Consensus Conference to Characterize Regulatory Concerns”
USGS and Institute for Water and Watersheds (IWW): “Building Capacity to Manage Conflict and Change through Oregon’s Water Governance Structures”
Honors and Awards
2004 James and Mildred Oldfield/E.R. Jackman Team Award (for Water Allocation in the Klamath Reclamation Project, 2001)
2008 OSU College of Liberal Arts, Robert J. Frank Research, Scholarship, and Creativity Award
2012 OSU President's Excellence Award (Beaver Champion)