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The bibliography below is a selection from writings authored or co-authored by members of the SEPS board of directors and advisory board. They treat a diverse array of population, environmental, ecological and political issues. They introduce the thinking and work of our individual board members in their own prose. For many pieces a pdf file can be downloaded via a provided 'link.' For others, consult the journal, author or publisher directly. Regarding John Tanton, a major founder of the modern U.S. population stabilization movement, as sort of an honorary SEPS board member, we also list a few of his writings here as well.

A powerpoint presentation listed under Hurlbert (2013) describes examples of the censorship and deliberate neglect of US population issues by the scientific community that was the motivation for the formation of SEPS. It describes the first population booths, which were run under the aegis of Californians for Population Stabilization, the formation, strategy and principles of SEPS, and the success of the half dozen booths that have been operated under the aegis of SEPS as of September 2013.

Another powerpoint presentation listed under Schindler (2012) touches on a range of environmental issues, educates with a good selection of humorous (and depressing) cartoons, and politely goads academics and scientific societies to show some moxie and step up to the plate of the strong sustainability movement.

Arrow, K., B. Bolin, R. Costanza, P. Dasgupta, C. Folke, C.S. Holling, B. Jansson, S. Levin, K. Maler, C. Perrings, D. Pimentel. 1995. Economic growth, carrying capacity, and the environment. Science 268: 520-521. link

Beck, R. and L. Kolankiewicz. 2000. The environmental movement's retreat from advocating U.S. population stabilization (1970-1998): A first draft of history. Journal of Policy History 12:123-156. link

Beier, P., and R.F. Noss. 1998. Do habitat corridors provide connectivity? Conservation Biology 12:1241-1252. link

Brown, J.J., K. E. Limburg, J.R. Waldman, K. Stephenson, E. Glenn, F. Juanes, and A. Jordaan. 2013. Fish and hydropower on the U.S. Atlantic coast: failed fisheries policies from half-way technologies. Conservation Letters 6(4): 280-286. link

Camarota, S. R. Beck, and L. Kolankiewicz. 2003. Outsmarting smart growth: population growth, immigration, and the problem of sprawl. Center for Immigration Studies, Washington DC. 122 pp. link

Caraco, N. F. and J. J. Cole. 1999. Human impact on nitrate export: An analysis using major world rivers. Ambio 28(2):167-170. link

Cassils, J.A. and M. Weld. 2009. Why Canada needs a population policy. A presentation submitted to the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration of the House of Commons of the Parliament of Canada in 2001. Population Institute Canada, Ottowa, Ontario. link

Christensen, N.L., A.M. Bartuska, J.H. Brown, S. Carpenter, C. D'Antonio, R. Francis, J.F. Franklin, J.A. MacMahon, R.F. Noss, D.J. Parsons, C.H. Peterson, M.G. Turner, and R.G. Woodmansee. 1996. The report of the Ecological Society of America Committee on the Scientific Basis for Ecosystem Management. Ecological Applications 6:665-691. Link

Cole, J.J. 2012. The carbon cycle, with a brief introduction to global biogeochemistry. Pp. 109-135, in K. C. Weyathers, D. L. Strayer and G. E. Likens (eds.). Fundamentals of Ecosystem Science. Academic Press, Waltham, Massachusetts. link

Cole, J.J., B.L. Peierls, N.F. Caraco and M.L. Pace.1993. Nitrogen loading of rivers as a human-driven process. pp. 141-157. In: McDonnell, M. and S. Pickett (eds.). Humans as components of ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, New York. link

Cole, J. J., N. F. Caraco, G. W. Kling and T.W. Kratz.1994. Carbon dioxide supersaturation in the surface waters of lake. Science 265:1568-1570. link

Cole, J.J., S.R. Carpenter, M.L. Pace, M.C. Van de Bogert, J.L. Kitchell, and J.R. Hodgson. 2006. Differential support of lake food webs by three types of terrestrial organic carbon. Ecology Letters. 9: 558-568. link

Cole, J.J., Y.T.Prairie, N.F. Caraco, W.H. McDowell, L.J. Tranvik, R.G. Striegl, C.M. Duarte, P. Kortelainen, J.A. Downing, J. Middleburg, and J. Melack. 2007. Plumbing the global carbon cycle: Integrating inland waters into the terrestrial carbon budget. Ecosystems 10: 171-184. link

Costanza, R., R. D'Arge, R. de Groot, S. Farber, M. Grasso, B. Hannon, K. Limburg, S. Naeem, R. V. O'Neill, J. Paruelo, R. G. Raskin, P. Sutton, and M. van den Belt. 1997. The value of the world's ecosystem services and natural capital. Nature 387:253-260. link

Costanza, R., M. Daly, C. Folke, P. Hawken, C.S. Holling, A.J. McMichael, D. Pimentel and D. Rapport. 2000. Managing our environmental portfolio. Bioscience 50:149-155. link

Day, J.W. JR., C.A. Hall, A. Yañez-Arancibia, D. Pimentel, C.I. Marti, and W.J. Mitsch. 2009. Ecology in times of scarcity. Bioscience 59 (4):321-331. link

Day, J.W., M. Moerschbaecher, D. Pimentel, C. Hall, and A. Yañez-Arancibia. 2013. Sustainability and place: How emerging mega-trends of the 21st centurary will affects humans and nature at the landscape level. Ecological Engineering (in press). link

Downing, J.A., Y.T. Prairie, J.J. Cole, C.M. Duarte, L.J. Tranvik, R.G. Striegl, W.H. McDowell, P. Kortelainen, N.F. Caraco, J.M. Melack, and J. Middelburg. 2006. The global abundance and size distribution of lakes, ponds, and impoundments. Limnology and Oceanography. 51(5):2388-2397. link

Downing, J.A., J.J. Cole, J.J. Middelburg, R.G. Striegl, C.M. Duarte, P. Kortelainen, Y.T. Prairie, and K.A. Laube. 2006. Sediment organic carbon burial in agriculturally eutrophic impoundments over the last century. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 22:GB1018. link

Giampietro, M. and D. Pimentel.1993. The tightening conflict: population, energy use, and the ecology of agriculture. The NPG Forum, October. Negative Population Growth Inc, Teaneck, NJ. link

Grant, L. 1982. The Cornucopian Fallacies. Washington: The Environmental Fund. link

Grant, L. 1982. Thinking Ahead: Foresight in the Political Process. Washington: The Environmental Fund.

Grant, L. 1988. Foresight and National Decisions: The Horseman and the Bureaucrat. Lanham MD: University Press of America. link

Grant, L. 1989. Reconciling Texas and Berkeley: the concept of optimum population. NPG Forum, November 1989. Negative Population Growth Inc., Alexandria VA. link

Grant, L. (ed.). 1992. Elephants in the Volkswagen, New York: W.H.Freeman & Co. link

Grant, L. 1994. The two child family. NPG Forum, May 1994. Negative Population Growth Inc., Alexandria VA. link

Grant, L. 1996. Juggernaut: Growth on a Finite Planet. Santa Ana: Seven Locks Press. link

Grant, L. 2000. Too Many People: The Case for Reversing Growth. Santa Ana: Seven Locks Press. link

Grant, L. 2003. It's the numbers, stupid! NPG Forum, 2003. Negative Population Growth Inc., Alexandria VA. link

Grant, L. 2005. The Collapsing Bubble: Growth and Fossil Energy. Santa Ana: Seven Locks Press. link

Grant, L. (ed.). 2006. The Case for Fewer People: The NPG Forum Papers. Santa Ana: Seven Locks Press. link

Grant, L. 2007. Valedictory: The Age of Overshoot. Negative Population Growth Inc., Alexandria VA. link

Grant, L. 2010. The great silence: U.S. population policy. NPG Forum, Feb. 2010. Negative Population Growth Inc., Alexandria VA. link

Grant, L. 2010. Geoengineering and the misplaced faith in growth. NPG Forum, October 2010. Negative Population Growth Inc., Alexandria VA. link

Grant, L. 2011. The UN 2010 population projections: A proposal. NPG Forum, June 2011. Negative Population Growth Inc., Alexandria VA. link

Grant, L. 2011. Is fracking an answer? To what? NPG Forum, December 2011. Negative Population Growth Inc., Alexandria VA. link

Grant, L. 2012. The sources of unemployment. NPG Forum, February 2012. Negative Population Growth Inc., Alexandria VA. link

Grant, L. 2012. Happy days are here again? NPG Forum, March 2012. Negative Population Growth Inc., Alexandria VA. link

Grant, L. 2014. Capitalism: Growth, greed and collapse. NPG Forum, January 2014. Negative Population Growth Inc., Alexandria VA. link

Grant, L. and L.F. Bouvier. 1994. How Many Americans?: Population, Immigration and the Environment. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books. link

Grant, L. and L.F. Bouvier. 1994. The issue is overpopulation. Los Angeles Times, August 10, 1994. link

Grant, L. and J.H. Tanton. 1982. Immigration and the American conscience. Environmental Fund, Washington DC.

Hardaway, R. 1994. Population, Law and the Environment. Prager Publications, Westport, Connecticut.

Hardaway, R. 1997. Population and the environment: Toward a theory of environmental Malthusianism. International Journal of Environment and Pollution 7:8-25.

Hardaway, R. 1997. Environmental Malthusianism: Integrating population and environmental policy. Environmental Law 27: 1209-1244. link

Hardaway, R. 2003. Water crisis: It's the population, stupid. Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, 28 March 2003 at A-46. link

Hardaway, R. 2006. Corporate greed fuels amnesty drive. The Denver Post, Denver, Colorado, 21 June 2006. link

Hardaway, R. 2007. Global warming debate ignores the 800-pound gorilla. The Toledo Blade, Toledo, Ohio, 9 February 2007 at A-9. link

Hardaway, R. 2007. Bush's amnesty agenda actually anti-immigrant. Home News Tribune, Central Central New Jersey, 9 November 2007 at A10. link

Hardaway, R. 2008. Honesty the best policy for environmental rules. Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, 20 July 2008.

Hardaway, R. 2008. Leaders should be honest about cost of climate action. Buffalo News, Buffalo, New York, 24 July 2008. link

Hardaway, R. 2010. Citizen by birth? Check the Constitution. Aol News, The Huffington Post, August 13, 2010. link

Hardaway, R. 2013. 10 immigration reform myths. The Blog, Huff Post Politics, 15 August 2013. link

Hardaway, R. 2014. As the world welcomes its seven billionth human: Reflections on population, law, and the environment. Sustainable Development Law & Policy 13: 4-14.

Hardaway, R., K. Dacres, and J. Swearingen. 1994. Tropical forest conservation legislation and policy: A global perspective. Whittier Law Review 5:919-948. link

Haub, C. and L. Grant. 1982. Whatever Happened to the Population Bomb? Washington: The Environmental Fund. link

Hayden, T.A., K.E. Limburg, and W.E. Pine, III. 2012. Using otolith chemistry tags and growth patterns to distinguish movements and provenance of native fish in Grand Canyon. River Research and Applications (online; DOI 10.1002/rra.2627). link

Hopfenberg, R. and D. Pimentel. 2001. Human population numbers as a function of food supply. Environment, Development and Sustainability 3:1-15. link

Hull, D. 1977. Life circumstances and physical illness: A cross disciplinary survey of research content and method for the decade 1965–1975. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 21: 115-139. link

Hull, D. 1979. Migration, adaptation, and illness: A review. Social Science & Medicine. Part A: Medical Psychology & Medical Sociology 13: 25-36. link

Hull, D. 1981. By land and sea: Hispanic press at the southern borders of the United States. In: Strangers in the world. Edited by Leo Eitinger and David Schwarz. Hans Huber Publishers, Bern, Switzerland: 234-263. link

Hull, D. 1998. Malthus in the sky with diamonds. The Social Contract 8(3): 227-230. link

Hull, D. 1999. Cry, the overcrowded country. The Social Contract 9(4): 219-223. link

Hull, D. 2000. Amnesty ad infinitum: How much are beaver skins worth? Santa Barbara News-Press, Santa Barbara, California. July 16, 2000, pp. G1-G2. link

Hull, D. 2003. Growth and the thirty pound hummingbird: A brief tribute to Garrett and Jane Hardin. The Garrett Hardin Society website, October 21, 2003. link

Hull, D. 2004. The Sierra Club: Why the present leadership still needs to take a hike. The Social Contract 14(3): 194-196. link

Hull, D. 2007. Unchecked immigration leaves blacks burdened. Santa Monica Daily Press, Santa Monica, California. March 8, 2007. link

Hull, D. 2010. Language and culture wars in the battle over amnesty: Where we are now and what we need to understand. The Social Contract 20(4): 253-255. link

Hull, D. 2011. Many environmental scientists are wayward or cowed when faced with an Irrefutable truth: Too many people destroy natural resources. The Social Contract 21(3): 3-4. link

Hull, D. 2011. The Dream Act: How about a billion in scholarship funds from Carlos Slim Helu and five of His billionaire friends? The Social Contract 22(1): 38-41. link

Hull, D., L. Bouvier, and D.Schneider. 2003. California's population growth 1990-2002: Study reveals virtually all growth from immigration. The Social Contract 13(4): 250-257. link

Hull, D. and M. Cutler. 2010. U.S. not up to task of screening 10 million amnesty applicants. Noozhawk, Santa Barbara, California. April 21, 2010. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 1990. Immigration policy must be enforced. San Diego Union Tribune, San Diego, California. 3 October 1990. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2001. Wall Street Journal needs to open its eyes, not border. Salton Basin-Colorado Delta Mothersite, San Diego State University, San Diego, California. 4 July 2001. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2001. The globalist copout. The Social Contract 10(3): 193-194. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2004. Water, population growth and regional (non)planning. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California. CAPS News 45(2): 1. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2010. Boycott San Diego - not Arizona. The Arizona Republic, Tuscon, Arizona. 7 August 2010. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2010. Immigration numbers - A response to Hidinger. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8:68.

Hurlbert, S.H. 2011. Wives of the Bishop of Worcester: the Ecological Society of America and globalist copoutism. The Social Contract 20(3): 7-13. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2011. Frontiers, immigration, and political censorship. The Social Contract 20(3):16-20. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2011. A symposium and a lake in multiple contexts: a prefatory essay on Salton Sea science and politics. The Social Contract 20(3): 27-36. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2011. Pacific salmon, immigration, and censors: unreliability of the cowed technocrat. The Social Contract 20(3): 42-46. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2011. Is the AAAS oblivious to U.S. overpopulation and its consequences, or is it just another censor? The Social Contract 22(1): 64-68. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2011. The Salton Sea Preservation Plan: a preliminary sketch. Salton Basin-Colorado Delta Mothersite, San Diego State University, San Diego, California. 28 November 2011. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2011. Tribute to an 'obnoxious' ecocatalytical demotechnician: Jack Vallentyne on population. Ethics in Science and Environmental Politics 12: 21-34. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2012. Population camel gets its nose into ecologists' tent: hopes are high that the rest will follow. The Social Contract 23(1): 68-76. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2013. Critical need for modification of U.S. population policy. Conservation Biology 27: 887-889. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2013. Scientists and Environmentalists for Population Stabilization: who said academics are hopelessly timid or hopelessly globalist? Invited presentation, Progressives for Immigration Reform Annual Meeting, September 30, 2013, Arlington, Virginia. Slides PDF - Text PDF (These two pdfs should be viewed side-by-side; numbering of text paragraphs corresponds to numbering of slides).

Hurlbert, S.H. 2014. Exploiting my Peruvian friend: How Mark Zuckerberg, Joe Green, and lie and accelerate the brain drain from South America. The Social Contract 24(4): 21-27. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2016. AAAS wields the censor's hammer on U.S. population issues. CAPS Blog, February 11, 2016. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara CA. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2016. Pew Projection for U.S. Population in 2065: A Challenge to Clinton and Trump. CAPS Blog, Californians for Population Stabilization. September 19, 2016. link

Hurlbert, S.H. 2017. Three U.S. national commissions calling for immigration reductions and U.S. population stabilization. CAPS Blog, Californians for Population Stabilization, August 6, 2017. link

Hurlbert, S.H., J.S. Dainer and A.C. Scholz. 2006. Environmental voting records of members of the U.S. Congress, 2006. Salton Basin-Colorado Delta Mothersite, San Diego State University, San Diego, California. 34 pp. link

Hurlbert, S.H., J.S. Dainer, M.A. Tiffany, C. Trees, G.F. Gebler, and E.B. Small. 2000. Population growth and the Salton Sea: the major long-term issue, out from under the rug. Poster presentation, Salton Sea Symposium, Desert Hot Springs, California 13-14 January 2000. link

Hurlbert, S.H. and K.M. Doyle. 2002. Water policy, urban developers and monkey wrench gangs. San Diego Union Tribune, San Diego, California. 26 September 2002. link

Hurlbert. S.H., L. Kolankiewicz & P. Nachman. 2017. But is this really a march for science or are folks being led down a primrose path? Scientists and Environmentalists for Population Stabilization, 19 April 2017. link

Kelly, E.N., D.W. Schindler, P.V. Hodson, J.W. Short, R. Radmanovich and C.C. Nielsen. 2010. Oil sands development contributes toxic elements at low concentrations to the Athabasca River and its tributaries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107:16178-16183. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 1981. British Columbia: Canada's battleground on the Pacific. Sierra, July/August 1981, pp. 22-27. Washington DC

Kolankiewicz, L. 2000. Immigration, population, and the new Census Bureau projections. Center for Immigration Studies, Wahington DC. Kolankiewicz, L. 2002.

Kolankiewicz, L. 2002. Population growth: the neglected dimension of America's persistent energy/environmental problems. NumbersUSA, Arlington, Virginia. 37pp. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2009. Immigration, population growth, and environmentalist hypocrisy on the border fence. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California, CAPS News 50(2): 3. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2010. Earth Day founder disappointed in followers for neglecting overpopulation. Mother Nature Network blog, 20 April 2010. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2010. From big to bigger: how mass immigration and population growth have exacerbated America's ecological footprint. Progressives for Immigration Reform, Washington DC. Policy Brief #10-1. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2011. Conservation legends decry overpopulation. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California. Opinion essay, 3pp. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2011. Analysis of 2010 census misses the mark: impact of population growth ignored. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California. CAPS Issues, July 2011. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2012. Cassandra's heirs: can we improve on her fate? Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California. CAPS Issues. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2012. Overpopulation and the ocean. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California. CAPS Issues. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2012. Overpopulation overwhelms salmon. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California. CAPS Issues. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2012. Islands invaded, natives nuked. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California. CAPS Issues. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2012. Too hot to touch? Global warming, population, and denial. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California. CAPS Issues. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2012. Exploding Southwest population on collision course with water scarcity. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California. CAPS Issues. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2013. Does the Sierra Club believe in borders? It depends. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California. Blog post, 23 May 2013. 1p. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2013. A biological holocaust in the making. Californians for Population Stabilization, Santa Barbara, California. Opinion essay, 11 March 2013. link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2014. Farewell to Joyce Tarnow: Force of nature and a force for good. The Social Contract 24(3): 17-21 link

Kolankiewicz, L. 2014. The population and immigration Ponzi scheme. Californians for Population Stabilization. CAPS Issues, May 2014. link

Kolankiewicz, L. and R. Beck. 2001. Weighing sprawl factors in large U.S. cities: a report on the nearly equal roles played by population growth and land use choices in the loss of farmland and natural habitat to urbanization. NumbersUSA, Arlington, Virginia. 47 pp. link

Kolankiewicz, L. and R. Beck. 2001. Sprawl in Florida. NumbersUSA, Arlington, Virginia. link

Kolankiewicz, L. and R. Beck. 2001. Population growth and sprawl in the Chesapeake Bay wWatershed. NumbersUSA, Arlington, Virginia. link

Kolankiewicz, L. and R. Beck. 2001. Sprawl in California: a report on quantifying the role of the state's population boom. NumbersUSA, Arlington, Virginia. link

Kolankiewicz, L. and R. Beck. 2001. Forsaking fundamentals: the environmental establishment abandons U.S. population stabilization. Center for Immigration Studies, Washington DC. 68pp. link

Kolankiewicz, L. and S.A. Camarota. 2008. Immigration to the United States and world-wide greenhouse gas emissions. Center for Immigration Studies, Washington DC. Backgrounder, 10pp. link

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Nachman, P. 2006. Let's keep our eye on the prize. blog post, 3 August 2006. link

Nachman, P. 2006. Former Senator Alan Simpson ruefully recalls 1986 amnesty. blog post, 5 September 2006. link

Nachman, P. 2006. A reader talks to NC sheriff Jim ("Political correctness is going to cause us to lose this country") Pendergraph. article, 25 October 2006. link

Nachman, P. 2006. Speaking up in a "nation of immigrants" audience. article, 7 November 2006. link

Nachman, P. 2007. Another branch of government is buckling under the load. blog post, 20 June 2007. link

Nachman, P. 2007. Realism from the trenches in Los Angeles. blog post, 24 Septermber 2007. link

Nachman, P. 2009. CCIR's greatest hits: the reconquista rant audio clips. article, 14 January 2009. link

Nachman, P. 2009. A refresher on California's illegal-alien tab. blog post, 2 June 2009. link

Nachman, P. 2010. Nachman's short course on America's immigration disaster. article, 2 January 2010. link

Nachman, P. 2010. Support Arizona by boycotting San Diego! blog post, 31 May 2010. link

Nachman, P. 2010. The anchor-baby issue: let's keep it bubbling. VDARE blog post, 6 July 2010. blog post, 6 July 2010. link

Nachman, P. 2010. It's sometimes immigrants who see most clearly what's at stake. blog post, 19 October 2010. link

Nachman, P. 2013. Anti-amnesty preparation: see FAIR's report and, thereby, know that EVERY enforcement promise is a lie. blog post, 31 January 2013. link

Nachman, P. 2013. Immigration reform bill won't help the U.S. The Montana Standard, 4 June 2013. link

Nachman, P. 2013. NumbersUSA's guides to the Senate's horror bill (S.744) tell you what's actually IN the bill. blog post, 17 June 2013. link

Nachman, P. 2013. Mass immigration and multiculturalism vs. freedom. blog post, 23 June 2013. link

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Noss, R.F., J.F. Franklin, W.L. Baker, T. Schoennagel, and P.B. Moyle. 2006. Managing fire-prone forests in the western United States. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4:481-487. link

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