alberti-cover-POBCities That Think like Planets Marina Alberti, 2016. View
Cities as Hybrid EcosystesmCities as Hybrid Ecosystems: Complexity, Emergence and Resilience in Urban Ecology. Marina Alberti. View
Land Use and the Carbon Cycle: Advances in Integrated Science, Management, and Policy. 2013.Edited by Daniel G. Brown, Derek T. Robinson, Dr Nancy H. F. French, and Bradley C. Reed. Cambridge University Press.View
Advances in Urban EcologyAlberti, Marina. 2008. Advances in Urban Ecology: Integrating Humans and Ecological Processes in Urban Ecosystems.
Marzluff, J.M.; Shulenberger, E.; Endlicher, W.; Alberti, M.; Bradley, G.; Ryan, C.; ZumBrunnen, C.; Simon, U. (Eds.) 2008. Urban Ecology: An International Perspective on the Interaction Between Humans and Nature. Springer-Verlag
Selected articles
Frank. A., Carroll-Nellenback, J., Alberti, M., Kleidon, A. 2018. The Anthropocene Generalized: Evolution of Exo-Civilizations and their Planetary Feedback. Astrobiology 18 5: 503-518.

Wentz, E., York, A.M, Alberti, M., Conrow, L., Fischer, H., Inostroza, L., Jantz, C., Pickett, S.T.A., Seto, K.C., Taubenböck, H. 2018. Six Fundamental Aspects for Conceptualizing Multidimensional Urban Form. Landscape and Urban Planning. 179, 55-62.

Alberti, M. 2017. Grand Challenges in Urban Science. Frontiers in Built Environment, Vol 3. p.6. doi: 10.3389/fbuil.2017.00006.

Alberti, M. 2017. Simulation and Design of Hybrid Human-Natural-Technological SystemsTechnology|Architecture + Design. 1:2, 135-139, doi: 10.1080/24751448.2017.1354602.

Alberti, M., Correa, C., Marzluff, J., Hendry, A., Palkovacs, E. P., Gotanda, K., Hunt, V., Apgar, T. M. and Y. Zhou. 2017.  Global urban signatures of phenotypic change in animal and plant populations. Proceeding of the National Academies of Science(PNAS) 

Alberti, M., Marzluff, J., and Hunt, V. M. 2017. Urban driven phenotypic changes: empirical observations and theoretical implications for eco-evolutionary feedback. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 372(1712), 20160029.

Frank, A., Kleidon, A. and M. Alberti. 2017. Earth as a Hybrid: The Anthropocene in an Evolutionary Astrobiological Context. Anthropocene.

McPhearson, T., Pickett S.T.A., Grimm, N., Niemelä, J., Alberti, M., Elmqvist, T., Weber, C., Haase, D., Breuste, J. and S. Qureshi. 2016. Advancing Urban Ecology Towards a Science of Cities. BioScience. 66 (3), 198 – 212

Alberti, M. 2015. Eco-Evolutionary Dynamics in an Urbanizing Planet. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, February 2015, Vol. 30, No. 2:115-126.

Hutyra, L. R., Yoon, B., Hepinstall-Cymerman, J., and Alberti, A. 2011. Land cover change in the Seattle metropolitan region: An examination of spatio-temporal patterns and carbon consequences. Landscape and Urban Planning 103: 83-93.

Hepinstall-Cymerman, J., Coe, S., and Hutyra, L. 2011. Urban growth patterns and growth management boundaries in the Central Puget Sound, Washington, 1986–2007. Urban Ecosystems. DOI 10.1007/s11252-011-0206-3.Hutyra, L.R., Yoon, B., Hepinstall-Cymerman, J., and M. Alberti. 2011. Carbon consequences of land cover change and expansion of urban lands: A case study in the Seattle metropolitan region. Landscape and Urban Planning. 103: 83-93.

Michalak, J. 2011. Effects of Habitat and Landscape Structure on Oregon White Oak (Quercus garryana) Regeneration Across an Urban Gradient. Northwest Science 85:182-193.

Cuo, L., Beyene, T.K., Viosin, N., Su, F., Lettenmaier, D.P., Alberti, M., and J.E. Richey. 2011. Effects of mid-twenty-first century climate and land cover change on the hydrology of the Puget Sound basin, Washington. Hydrological Processes. 25

Hutyra, L.R., Yoon, B., and M. Alberti. 2011. Terrestrial carbon stocks across a gradient of urbanization: A study of the Seattle, WA region. Global Change Biology. 17 (2): 783 – 787.

Alberti, M. 2010. Maintaining ecological integrity and sustaining ecosystem function in urban areas. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 2 (3): 178-184.

Hepinstall-Cymerman, H, Coe, S. and M Alberti. 2009. Using Urban Landscape Trajectories to Develop a Multi-Temporal Land Cover Database to Support Ecological Modeling. Remote Sensing. 1(4) 1373-1379.

Blanco, H., Alberti, M., Forsyth, A., Krizek, K.J., Rodriguez, D.A., Talen, E., Ellis, C. 2009. Hot, congested, crowded and diverse: Emerging research agendas in planning. Progress in Planning 71: 153-205.

Blanco, H; Alberti, M; Olshansky, R; Chang, S; Wheeler, SM; Randolph, J; London, JB; Hollander, JB; Pallagst, KM; Schwarz, T; Popper, FJ; Parnell, S; Pieterse, E; Watson, V. 2009. Shaken, shrinking, hot, impoverished and informal: Emerging research agendas in planning. Progress in Planning. 72: 195-250, Part 4.

Cuo, L., Lettenmaier, D.P., Alberti, M., Richey, J.E. 2009. Effects of a century of land cover and climate change on the hydrology of the Puget Sound basin. Hydrological Processes 23 (6): 907-933.

Hepinstall, J.A., J.M. Marzluff, M. Alberti. 2009. Predicting avian community responses to increasing urbanization. Studies in Avian Biology.

Shandas, V and M. Alberti. 2009. Exploring the role of vegetation fragmentation on aquatic conditions: Linking upland with riparian areas in Puget Sound lowland streams. Landscape and Urban Planning 90: 66-75.

Rottle, N. and M. Alberti. 2008. Climate change and place. Places 20 (2): 4-7.

Powell, S., Cohen, W., Yang, Z., Pierce, J., and M. Alberti. 2008.Quantification of impervious surface in the Snohomish water resources inventory area of Western Washington from 1972- 2006. Remote Sensing of Environment. 112(4): 1895-1908.

Hepinstall, J.A., M. Alberti, and J.M., Marzluff. 2008. Predicting land cover change and avian community responses in rapidly urbanizing environments. Landscape Ecology 23:1257-1276.

Hutyra, L.R., Munger, J.W., Hammond-Pyle, E., Saleska, S.R., Restrepo-Coupe, N., de Camargo, P.B., Wofsy, S.C. 2008. Resolving systematic errors in estimates of net ecosystem exchange of CO2 and ecosystem respiration in a tall-stature forest: application to a tropical forest biome, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, DOI 10.1016.

Liu, J., Dietz, T., Carpenter S., Alberti, M., Folke, C, Redman, C., Schneider, S., Ostrom, E., Pell, A., Lubchenco, J., Taylor, W., Ouyang, Z., Deadman, P., Kratz, T., and W. Provencher. 2007. Complexity of coupled human and natural systems. Science 317(5844): 1513 – 1516.

Liu, J., Dietz, T., Carpenter S., Folke, C., Alberti, M., Redman, C., Schneider, S., Ostrom, E., Pell, A., Lubchenco, J., Taylor, W., Ouyang, Z., Deadman, P., Kratz, T., and W. Provencher. 2007. Coupled human and natural systems. Ambio. 36(8): 639-649.

Alberti, M., Booth, D., Hill, K., Avolio, C., Coburn, B., Coe, S., and D. Spirandelli 2007. The impact of urban patterns on aquatic ecosystems: An empirical analysis in Puget lowland subbasins. Landscape and Urban Planning, 80: 345–361.

Alberti, M. Christie, P. Marzluff, J. and J. Tewksbury. 2007. Interactions between Natural and Human Systems in Puget Sound. Sound Science: Synthesizing Ecological and Socioeconomic Information about the Puget Sound Ecosystem. January 2007.

Alberti, M. 2007. Ecological signatures: The science of sustainable urban forms. Places. 19(3): 56-60.

Hutyra, L.R., Munger, J.W., Saleska, S.R., Gottlieb, E.W., Daube, B.C., Dunn, A.L., Amaral, D.F., Camargo, P.B., Wofsy, S.C. 2007. Seasonal controls on the exchange of carbon and water in an Amazonian rainforest, Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, 112, G03008.

Ichii, K., Hashimoto, H., White, M.A., Potter, C., Hutyra, L.R., Huete, A.R., Myneni, R.B., Nemani, R.R. 2007. Constraining rooting depths in tropical rainforests using satellite data and ecosystem modeling for accurate simulation of GPP seasonality, Global Change Biology, 13, 67-77.

Alberti, M., C. Redman, J. Wu, J. Marzluff, M. Handcock, J. Anderies, P. Waddell, D. Fox, H. Kautz, J. Hepinstall. 2006. Urban landscape patterns and global environmental change (REC): Complex dynamics and emergent properties. International Human Dimension of Global Climate Change. Spring.

Alberti, M. Morawitz, D.; Blewett, T., Cohen, A., and 2006. Using NDVI to assess vegetative land cover change in Central Puget Sound. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 114
(1- 3):85-106.

Alberti, M. 2005. The effects of urban patterns on ecosystem function. International Regional Science Review. 28(2):169-192.

Alberti, M. and J. Marzluff. 2004. Ecological resilience in urban ecosystems: Linking urban patterns to human and ecological functions. Urban Ecosystems 7:241-265.

Alberti, M., Weeks, R., and S. Coe. 2004. Urban Land Cover Change Analysis for the Central Puget Sound: 1991-1999. Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 70:1043-1052.

Alberti, M., Marzluff. J. Shulenberger, E., Bradley, G. Ryan, C. and C. Zumbrunnen. 2003. Integrating Humans Into Ecology: Opportunities And Challenges For Urban Ecology. BioScience. Vol. 53, No.12.

Alberti, M. 2001. Quantifying the urban gradient: Linking urban planning and ecology. In J. M. Marzluff, R. Bowman, R. McGowan, R. Donnelly, Eds. Avian Ecology and Conservation in an Urbanizing World. Kluwer, New York.

Alberti, M and P Waddell 2000. An integrated urban development and ecological model. Integrated Assessment. 1(3): 215-227.

Alberti, M 1999. Modeling the urban ecosystem: A conceptual framework. Environment and Planning B. Vol. 26: 605-630.

Alberti, M. 1999. Urban patterns and environmental performance: What do we know? Journal of Planning Education and Research 19(2):151-163.

Alberti, M and P Waddell. 1999. Developing an Integrated Urban Development and Ecological Model. In P. Rizzi (Ed.) Computers in urban planning and urban management. Franco Angeli, Milan.

Alberti, M. 1999. Urban form and ecosystem dynamics: Empirical evidence and practical implications. In M. Jenks, E. Burton, and K. Williams. Achieving Sustainable Urban Form. Routledge, London.

Alberti, M. 1996. Measuring urban sustainability. Environmental Impact Assessment Review Special Issue, Vol. 16, n. 4-6, July-Nov.

Alberti, M. and L. Susskind (eds). 1996. Managing urban sustainability. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Introduction to Special Issue, Vol. 16, n. 4-6, July-Nov.

Daily, G.C., Ehrlich P.R. and M. Alberti. 1996. Managing earth’s life support systems: The game, the players, and getting everyone to play. Ecological Applications. Vol. 6, N.1