2011 Shriver, G., Gibbs, J. P., Woltz, H. W., Schwartz, N., Pepper, M. Galápagos Rail Laterallus spilonotus population change associated with habitat invasion by the Red-barked Quinine Tree Cinchona pubescens. Bird Conservation International 21, 221-227

2010 Gibbs, J. P. and Woltz, H. W. A pilot survey of the central colony of the Waved Albatross (Phoebastria irrorata) on Espanola island. Research Articles, Galapagos Research 67, 18-21.

2010 Patrick, D., Schalk, C., Gibbs, J., Woltz, H. Effective culvert placement to facilitate passage of amphibians across roads. Journal of Herpetology (44) 4, 618-626.

2010 Woltz, H. W. Exploring The Ephemeral. The Explorers Journal. Fall, 12-17

2008 Woltz, H. W., Gibbs, J. P. and Ducey, P.K. Road Crossing Structures for Amphibians and Reptiles: Informing Design through Behavioral Analysis. Biological Conservation 141, 2745-2750.

2002 Woltz, H. W., Woltz, T., Byrd, W. Strategic Infrastructure Program: Community Form. Virginia ASLA.

2002 Woltz, H. W. Parci Publici, Landforum 13, Spacemaker Press.


2013 Harold, S., et al. BMC Ecology image competition: the winning images. BMC Ecology 2013, 13:6.

2013 Coghlan, A. Galapagos tortoise hits the open road. New Scientist. March.

2012 Speckhardt, L. Migration Interrupted. Landscape Architecture Magazine. April.

2010 Reece, Erik. Field Books: Working the liminal space between art and science. Orion, November/December 2010, 22 – 29.
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2009 Konkel, Lindsey. The Frog Tunneler. Popular Science. April.

2008 Hardesty, Jessica. Saving the Waved Albatross. Bird Conservation. Fall.

2007 McIntyre, Linda. A Fine and Fancy Ramble:
 Landscape Architects Help Bring a Venerable Zoo Landscape—and its Inhabitants—into the 21st Century. Landscape Architecture Magazine, July 126-137.

2007 Day Zero. Motion picture. Directed by Bryan Gunnar Cole. New York, NY: Indalo Productions. Paintings used in set design of film.