Erin Upton and M. Nielsen-Pincus. 2021. Climate Change and Water Governance: Decision Making for Individual Vineyard Owners in Global Wine Regions. Frontiers in Climate. Research Topic: Managing Land for Risk: Climate Decision-Making in the Context of Forests, Farms, and Rangelands.
Erin Upton. 2020. Understanding Institutional, Social, and Ecological Systems Influencing Climate Change Adaptation and Water Governance in Wine Regions: A Comparative Case Study of Oregon's Willamette Valley, USA and Tasmania, Australia, (Doctoral dissertation, Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, USA).
Molalla River Drinking Water Project, Community Stakeholder Report, 2020.
Erin Upton and M. Nielsen-Pincus. 2019. Addressing Social Outcomes in Land and Water Management. In S. Forbes, T. DeSilva, A. Gilinsky (Eds.), Social Sustainability in the Global Wine Industry: Concepts and Cases. Palgrave Macmillan. *
*Winner of the 2020 Grand Jury Prize from the International Organization of Vine and Wine's (OIV) Book Awards in the "Sustainability" category
Clackamas Watershed Resilience Project, Phase 1 Report & Final Workshop Report. 2017 & 2018.
Upton, Erin and D. Jaffee. 2017. Book Review of Science and Sensibility: Negotiating an Ecology of Place. Michael Vincent McGinnis, University of California Press, Oakland, CA. Society & Natural Resources 30 (11): 1421-1422.
Writing featuring my research:
Best Practices for Water Management, The Grapevine Magazine, Becky Garrison, Nov. 2022.