A current database of online publications from the Program for the Human Environment is also available on this website.

List of Publications (through 1 August 2004)

Jesse H. Ausubel
Director, Program for the Human Environment
The Rockefeller University
1230 York Ave, Box 234
New York, NY, 10021
Phone: (212) 327-7917, Fax: (212) 327-7519
Email: ausubel@rockefeller.edu

Sole author unless otherwise noted.

1. Technology & Environment / Industrial Ecology

Big green energy machines
The Industrial Physicist, Oct/Nov 2004, pp. 20-24.

A Framework for Sustainability Science: A Renovoted IPAT Identity
P.E. Waggoner, and J. H. Ausubel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 99(12):7860-7865 (June 2002).

On Sparing Farmland and Spreading Forest
pp. 127-138 in Forestry at the Great Divide: Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters 2001 National Convention, T. Clark and R. Staebler, eds., Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, MD, 2002.

How Much Will Feeding More and Wealthier People Encroach on Nature?
P. E. Waggoner and J. H. Ausubel
Population and Development Review 27(2):239-257 (June 2001).

The Forester's Lever: Industrial Ecology and Wood Products
I. K. Wernick, P. E. Waggoner, and J. H. Ausubel
Journal of Forestry 98(10):8-13, October 2000.

Restoring the Forests
D. G. Victor and J. H. Ausubel
Foreign Affairs 79(6):127-144, November/December 2000.

Resources Are Elastic
Earth Matters, a magazine published by the Earth Institute at Columbia University, pp. 46-47, Winter 1999/2000.

Nitrogen Fertilizer: Retrospect and Prospect
C. R. Frink, P. E. Waggoner, and J. H. Ausubel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 96:1175-1180, 1999.

Industrial Ecology: A Coming of Age Story
Resources 130:14, Winter 1998.

The Environment for Future Business
Pollution Prevention Review 8(1):39-52, Winter 1998.

Searching for Leverage to Conserve Forests: The Industrial Ecology of Wood Products in the U.S.
I. K. Wernick, P. E. Waggoner, and J. H. Ausubel
Journal of Industrial Ecology 1(3):125-145, 1997.

Virtual Ecology of Industry (editorial)
Journal of Industrial Ecology 1(1):10-11, 1997.

Industrial Ecology: Some Directions for Research
I. K. Wernick and J. H. Ausubel with the Vishnu Group, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
71pp., May 1997 (available on-line from the Program for the Human Environment at http://phe.rockefeller.edu).

Materialization and Dematerialization: Measures and Trends
I. K. Wernick, R. Herman, S. Govind, and J. H. Ausubel
Technological Trajectories and the Human Environment, J.H. Ausubel and H.D. Langford, eds., National Academy, Washington DC, 1997, pp. 141-164; also appeared in Daedalus 125(3):171-198, 1996; published in Portuguese, Materialização e Desmaterialização: Limites e Tendências, Tecbahia 12(3):12-26, 1997.

National Material Metrics for Industrial Ecology
I.K. Wernick and J.H. Ausubel
Resources Policy 21(3):189-198, 1995; republished in Measuring Environmental Performance and Ecosystem Condition, P. Schulze, ed., National Academy, 1999, pp. 157-174.

National Materials Flows and the Environment
I.K. Wernick and J.H. Ausubel
Annual Review of Energy and the Environment 20:463-492, 1995.

Directions for Environmental Technologies
Impresa Ambiente 4:8-16, 1994 (in Italian); Technology in Society 16(2):139-154, 1994.

Testimony
pp. 4-13 in Subcommittee on Science, Technology, and Space, Albert Gore, Jr., Chair, Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, 26 June 1992, New Technologies for a Sustainable World, S. Hrg. 102-967, US Government Printing Office, Washington DC, 1993.

Industrial Ecology: Reflections on a Colloquium
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 89(3):879-884, 1992.

Energy and Environment: The Light Path
Energy Systems and Policy 15(3):181-188, 1991.

Hydrogen and the Green Wave
The Bridge 20(1):17-22, 1990.

Technology and Environment
J.H. Ausubel and H.E. Sladovich, eds., National Academy, Washington DC, 221 pp., 1989.

Technology and Environment: An Overview
J.H. Ausubel, R.A. Frosch, and R. Herman
pp. 1-25 in Technology and Environment, J.H. Ausubel and H.E. Sladovich, eds., National Academy, Washington DC, 1989.

Dematerialization
R. Herman, S.A. Ardekani, and J.H. Ausubel
pp. 50-69 in Technology and Environment, J.H. Ausubel and H.E. Sladovich, eds., National Academy, Washington DC, 1989; also in Technological Forecasting and Social Change 37(4):333-348, 1990.

Regularities in Technological Development: An Environmental View
pp. 70-91 in Technology and Environment, J.H. Ausubel and H.E. Sladovich, eds., National Academy, Washington DC, 1989.

Current Trends and Environmental Research Needs
Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 13:221-231, 1988.

Cities and Their Vital Systems: Infrastructure, Past, Present, and Future
J.H. Ausubel and R. Herman, eds., National Academy, Washington DC, 357 pp., 1988.

Cities and Infrastructure: Synthesis and Perspectives
R. Herman and J.H. Ausubel
pp. 1-21 in Cities and Their Vital Systems: Infrastructure, Past, Present, and Future, J.H. Ausubel and R. Herman, eds., National Academy, Washington DC, 1988.

2. The Liberation of the Environment (The Technical Vision of a Micro-Emissions Economy)

Foresters and DNA
J. H. Ausubel, Paul E. Waggoner, and Iddo Wernick
In Williams, C.G., Landscapes, Genomics and Transgenic Forests, Kluwer, Dordrecht, 2005.

Will the Rest of the World Live Like America?
J. H. Ausubel
Technology In Society, 26(2/3):343-360, 2004.

Maglevs and the Vision of St. Hubert, or the Great Restoration of Nature: Why and How
pp. 175-182 in Challenges of a Changing Earth , W. Steffen, J. Jaeger, and D. J. Carson, C. Bradshaw (eds.), Springer, Heidelberg, 2002. (Proceedings of the Global Change Open Science Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 10-13 July 2001.)

The Great Reversal: Nature's Chance to Restore Land and Sea
Technology in Society 22:289-302, 2000.

Where is Energy Going?
The Industrial Physicist 6(1): 16-19, 2000 (February).
The essay had appeared in Italian in the special millennial edition of the Italian financial newspaper, Il Sole/24 Ore, on 17 November 1999; Also in Italian as Benvenuti nel millennio nucleare, pp.163-168 in Duemila: Verso una societa aperta, M. Moussanet, ed., Il Sole 24 Ore, Milano, 2000.

Because the Brain Does Not Change, Technology Must
pp. 14-18 in Production Efficiencies: The Engineers' Report, American Association of Engineering Societies, Washington, D.C.; republished in IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems 14(10):3-6, 1999.

Five Worthy Ways to Spend Large Amounts of Money for Research on Environment and Resources
The Bridge 29(3):4-16, Fall 1999.

Reasons to Worry about the Human Environment
Cosmos 8:1-12, 1998. Republished in Technology and Society 21:217-231, 1999.

Resources and Environment in the 21st Century: Seeing Past the Phantoms
World Energy Council Journal, pp. 8-16, July 1998.

The Evolution of Transport
The Industrial Physicist 7(2):20-24, April/May 2001.

Toward Green Mobility: The Evolution of Transport
J. H. Ausubel, C. Marchetti, and P. S. Meyer
European Review 6(2):143-162, 1998.

Death and the Human Environment: America in the 20th Century
J. H. Ausubel, P. S. Meyer, and I. K. Wernick
submitted for publication, 1998.

Environmental Trends
Issues in Science and Technology 13(2):78-81, winter 1996-1997.

Die Befreiung der Umwelt
Tages Anzeiger, Zuerich, 23 May 1997, p. 90.

Technological Trajectories and the Human Environment
J.H. Ausubel and H.D. Langford, eds., National Academy, Washington DC, 1997. Also appeared as special issue, The Liberation of the Environment, Daedalus 125(3), 1996.

The Liberation of the Environment
Technological Trajectories and the Human Environment, J.H. Ausubel and H.D. Langford, eds., National Academy, Washington DC, 1997, pp. 1-14; also appeared in Daedalus 125(3):1-17, 1996; in Portuguese, A Liberacao do Meio Ambiente, Tecbahia 12(2):29-41, 1997; earlier version appeared as Public Lecture No. 11, The Collegium Budapest, January 1995, and in Hungarian as A környezet felszabadítása, Magyar Tudomány CII(2):164-171, 1995;

Elektron: Electrical Systems in Retrospect and Prospect
J.H. Ausubel and C. Marchetti
Technological Trajectories and the Human Environment, J.H. Ausubel and H.D. Langford, eds., National Academy, Washington DC, 1997, pp. 115-140; also appeared in Daedalus 125(3):139-169, 1996.

Lightening the Tread of Population on the Land: American Examples
P. E. Waggoner, J. H. Ausubel, and I. K. Wernick
Population and Development Review 22(3): 531-545, 1996.

Human Population Dynamics Revisited with the Logistic Model: How Much Can Be Modeled and Predicted?
C. Marchetti, P. Meyer, and J.H. Ausubel
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 52:1-30, 1996.

Productivity, Electricity, Science: Powering a Green Future
The Electricity Journal 9(3):54-60, 1996.

Can Technology Spare the Earth?
American Scientist 84(2):166-178, 1996.

Working Less and Living Longer
J.H. Ausubel and A. Gruebler
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 50:113-131, 1995;
also WP-1994-99, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria.

The Environment Since 1970
J. H. Ausubel, D. G. Victor, and I. K. Wernick
Consequences: The Nature and Implications of Environmental Change 1(3):2-18, 1995.

Graphical Representations of World Population Growth
J.H. Ausubel and P.S. Meyer
Human Dimensions Quarterly 1(2):17-19, 1994.

3. Climate Change

Some Ways to Lessen Worries about Climate Change
The Electricity Journal 14(1):24-33, 2001.

Technical Progress and Climatic Change
Energy Policy 23(4/5):411-416, 1995; also pp. 501-512 in Integrated Assessment of Mitigation, Impacts, and Adaptation to Climate Change, N. Nakicenovic, W.D. Nordhaus, R. Richels, and F.L. Toth, eds., International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, 1994.

Mitigation and Adaptation for Climate Change: Answers and Questions
The Bridge 23(3):15-30, 1993; also pp. 557-584 in Costs, Impacts, and Benefits of CO2 Mitigation, Y. Kaya, N. Nakicenovic, W.D. Nordhaus, and F.L. Toth, eds., International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, 1993.

Social and Institutional Barriers to Reducing CO2 Emissions
pp. 513-533 in Limiting the Greenhouse Effect, G. Pearman, ed., Wiley, Chichester, 1992.

Does Climate Still Matter?
Nature 350:649-652, 1991.

A Second Look at the Impacts of Climate Change
American Scientist 79:210-221, May-June 1991.

Who Cares if the Climate Changes?
Rockefeller University Lecture, 23 pp., January 1991 (available from Program for the Human Environment).

Carbon Dioxide Emissions in a Methane Economy
J.H. Ausubel, A. Gruebler, and N. Nakicenovic
Climatic Change 12:245-263, 1988.

Future Use of Fossil Fuels: A Global Review of Related Emissions and Depositions
W. Haefele, R. Riemer, J.H. Ausubel, and H. Geiss
Organic Geochemistry 10:1-15, 1986.

Some Thoughts on Geophysical Prediction
pp. 97-109 in Policy Aspects of Climate Forecasting, R. Krasnow, ed., Resources for the Future, Washington DC, 1986.

Climate Impact Assessment
R.W. Kates, J.H. Ausubel, and M. Berberian, eds., SCOPE 27, Wiley, Chichester, 625 pp., 1985.

Identifying Climate Sensitivity
W.J. Maunder and J.H. Ausubel
pp. 85-101 in Climate Impact Assessment, R.W. Kates, J.H. Ausubel, and M. Berberian, eds., SCOPE 27, Wiley, Chichester, 1985.

The Challenge of CO2
Aerospace America 22(4):94-106, 1984.

The Ogallala Aquifer and Carbon Dioxide: Comparison and Convergence
M.H. Glantz and J.H. Ausubel
Environmental Conservation 11:123-131, 1984.

Changing Climate
Staff officer, Carbon Dioxide Assessment Committee
National Research Council, National Academy, Washington DC, 496 pp., 1983.

A Review of Estimates of Future Carbon Dioxide Emissions
J.H. Ausubel and W.D. Nordhaus
pp. 153-185 in Changing Climate, National Research Council, National Academy, Washington DC, 1983.

Historical Note (On the scientific history of the greenhouse effect)
pp. 488-491 in Changing Climate, Carbon Dioxide Assessment Committee,
National Research Council, National Academy, Washington DC, 1983.

Can We Assess the Impacts of Climatic Change?
Climatic Change 5:7-14, 1983.

A Framework for Scenario Generation for CO2 Gaming
J. Robinson and J.H. Ausubel
Simulation and Games 14(3):317-344, 1983; also WP-81-34, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, 1981.

Review Essay: Least-Cost Energy: Solving the CO2 Problem by A.B. Lovins, L.H. Lovins, F. Krause, and W. Bach
Climatic Change 4(3):313-322, 1982.

A Note on the Population Fifty Years Hence
J.H. Ausubel and M.A. Stoto
WP-81-120, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, 1981; appeared in abbreviated from as How Many Will Survive the Next Fifty Years?, J.H. Ausubel and M.A. Stoto, Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, Summer 1982.

Estimating the Future Input of Fossil Fuel CO2 into the Atmosphere by Simulation Gaming
I. Stahl and J.H. Ausubel
Beyond the Energy Crisis-Opportunity and Challenge, P.A. Fazzolare and C.B. Smith, eds., Oxford, Pergamon, 1981; also WP-81-107, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, 1981.

CO2: An Introduction and Possible Board Game
WP-80-153, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, 1981.

Economics in the Air: An Introduction to Economic Issues of the Atmosphere and Climate
pp. 13-59 in Climatic Constraints and Human Activities, J. H. Ausubel and A.K. Biswas, eds., Pergamon, Oxford, 1980.

Climatic Constraints and Human Activities
J.H. Ausubel and A.K. Biswas, eds., Pergamon, Oxford, 205 pp., 1980.

Climatic Change and the Carbon Wealth of Nations
WP-80-75, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Laxenburg, Austria, 50 pp., 1980.

Declaration and Working Group Reports of the World Climate Conference
Member of drafting team
World Meteorological Organization, Geneva, 1979.

Toward a U.S. Climate Program Plan
Drafted by J.H. Ausubel and J.S. Perry
Climate Research Board, National Academy, Washington DC, 1979.

International Perspectives on Climate and Society
Drafted and edited by J.H. Ausubel
Climate Research Board, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC, 1978.

4. Global Change/International Geosphere-Biosphere Program (IGBP)

Toward an International Geosphere/Biosphere Program: A Study of Global Change
National Research Council, National Academy, Washington DC, 1983.

5. Technological Dimensions of Industrial Performance

Selected reports stemming from my directorship of the NAE Program Office:

Focus on the Future: A National Action Plan for Career-Long Education for Engineers
National Academy of Engineering, 1988.

Foreign and Foreign-Born Engineers in the United States: Infusing Talent, Raising Issues
Office of Science and Engineering Personnel, National Research Council, 1988.

The Technological Dimensions of International Competitiveness
National Academy of Engineering, 1988.

Photonics: Maintaining Competitiveness in the Information Era
Photonics Science and Technology Assessment Panel, National Research Council, 1988.

Building for Tomorrow: Global Enterprise and the U.S. Construction Industry
Committee on the International Construction Industry, National Research Council, 1988.

Strengthening U.S. Engineering Through International Cooperation: Recommendations for Action
National Academy of Engineering, 1987.

Federal Actions for Improving Engineering Research and Education
National Academy of Engineering, 1987.

The Impact of Defense Spending on Nondefense Engineering Labor Markets
Office of Science and Engineering Personnel, National Research Council, 1986.

New Directions for Engineering in the National Science Foundation
National Academy of Engineering, 1985.

Education for the Manufacturing World of the Future
National Academy of Engineering, 1985.

Guidelines for Engineering Research Centers
National Academy of Engineering, Washington DC, 1984.

Selected books stemming from my directorship of the NAE Program Office:

(All published by National Academy Press, Washington DC)

Energy: Production, Consumption, Consequences
J. Helm, ed., 1990.

Globalization of Technology: International Perspectives
J.H. Muroyama and H.G. Stever, eds., 1988.

Technology in Services: Policies for Growth, Trade, and Employment
B.R. Guile and J.B. Quinn, eds., 1988.

Managing Innovation: Cases from the Services Industries
B.R. Guile and J.B. Quinn, eds., 1988.

Design and Analysis of Integrated Manufacturing Systems
B. D. Compton, ed., 1988.

New Medical Devices: Invention, Development, and Use
K.B. Ekelman, ed., 1988.

Lasers: Invention to Application
J.H. Ausubel and H.D. Langford, eds., 1987.

Technology and Global Industry: Companies and Nations in the World Economy
B.R. Guile and H. Brooks, eds., 1987.

Advancing Materials Research
P.A. Psaras and H.D. Langford, eds., 1987.

Hazards: Technology and Fairness
National Academy of Engineering, 1986.

Information Technologies and Social Transformation
B. R. Guile, ed., 1985.

6. The Diffusive, Historical Model of Industrial Change: Loglets (Methodological Approach)

DRAMs as Model Organisms for Study of Technological Evolution
N. M. Victor and J. H. Ausubel
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 69(3):243-262, 2002.

A Primer on Logistic Growth and Substitution: The Mathematics of the Loglet Lab Software
P. S. Meyer, J. W. Yung, and J. H. Ausubel
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 61(3):247-271, 1999.

The Loglet Lab Software: A Tutorial
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 61(3):273-295, 1999.

Carrying Capacity: A Model with Logistically Varying Limits
P.S Meyer and J.H. Ausubel
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 61(3):209-214, 1999.

Rat Race Dynamics and Crazy Companies: The Diffusion of Technologies and Social Behavior
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 39:11-22, 1991; also pp. 1-17 in Diffusion of Technologies and Social Behavior, N. Nakicenovic and A. Gruebler, eds., Springer, Berlin, 1991.

7. Institutions for Science and for Environment

Selected reports in which I had a major role

(NAE reports listed earlier)

Scientists, Wars, and Diplomacy: European Perspectives
J. H. Ausubel, A. Keynan, and J.-J. Salomon (eds.), special issue of Technology in Society 23(3), 2001.

Community Risk Profiles: A Tool to Improve Environment and Community Health
I.K. Wernick, ed., prepared by the Program for the Human Environment for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 1995 (available from Program for the Human Environment).

Science, Technology, and Government for a Changing World
Summary Report of the Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government, New York, 1993.

Facing Toward Governments: Nongovernmental Organizations and Scientific and Technical Advice
Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government, New York, 1993.

Partnerships for Global Development: The Clearing Horizon
Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government, New York, 1992.

International Environmental Research and Assessment: Proposals for Better Organization and Decision Making
Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government, New York, 1992.

Science and Technology in U.S. International Affairs
Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government, New York, 1992.

Science and Technology Leadership in American Government: Ensuring the Best Presidential Appointments
Report of the National Academies of Sciences and Engineering and Institute of Medicine commissioned by the Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government, 1992.

The Prune Book: The 60 Toughest Science and Technology Jobs in Washington
Commissioned by the Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government, J.H. Trattner, Madison Books, Lanham MD, 1992.

E3: Organizing for Environment, Energy, and the Economy in the Executive Branch of the U.S. Government
Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government, New York, 1990.

Roles and Responsibilities of the National Science Foundation for Aspects of International Cooperation Related to the Health of American Science
National Science Board, Washington DC, May 1984.

Articles addressing primarily institutional issues

Dis the Threat Industry
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 62:119-120, 1999.

International Conflicts over Environment: Scientists' Roles and Opportunities
In Scientific Cooperation, State Conflict: The Role of Scientists in Mitigating International Discord,
A. L. de Cerreno and A. Keynan, eds, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 866: 253-258, 1998.

Institutional Needs for Science International
The Scientist 8(3):11-14, February 1994; reprinted in Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 20(2):104-108, 1995; reprinted in Technology in Society 19(1):25-31, 1997.

Rails and Snails and the Debate over Goals For Science
Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Jerusalem, 1994.

2020 Vision (also known as "America and the 8 Billion")
The Sciences 33(6):14-19, 1993; paper also published in Science and Technology for Eight Billion People: Europe's Responsibility, P.H. Mettler, ed., New European Publications Limited, London, pp. 307-319, 1995.

The Organizational Ecology of Science Advice in America
European Review 1(3):249-261, 1993.

Science and the Presidency: 1993 (Commentary)
J. Lederberg and J.H. Ausubel
The Scientist, p. 12, October 26, 1992.

Verification of International Environmental Agreements
J. H. Ausubel and D. G. Victor
Annual Review of Energy and the Environment 17:1-43, 1992.

Instruments and Institutions for Environmental Protection
Proceedings of Conference on Economic Instruments and Environmental Protection, Akademia Ekonomika of Krakow, K. Gorka, ed., 1991 (available from Program for the Human Environment).

Chernobyl After Perestroika: Reflections on a Recent Visit
Technology in Society 14:187-198, 1992; shorter version published as Political Fallout: What Fate Awaits Chernobyl in the New World Order? The Sciences 31:16-21, Nov-Dec 1991.

Review, The Research System in Transition
S.E. Cozzens, P. Healey, A. Rip, and J. Ziman, Research International 1(3):175, 1991.

On International Science and Its Partners
Science International:30-31, July 1990.

The Carnegie Commission on Science, Technology, and Government: Interests and Plans
Mimeo, 7 pp., September 7, 1989 (available from Program for the Human Environment).

8. Universities

Articles addressing university issues:

Mastering Science: Graduate Schools Invigorate the MS in Science and Math
J. H. Ausubel and S. Tobias
Change, 2002 (in press).

Simulating the Academy: Toward Understanding Colleges and Universities as Dynamic Systems
J.H. Ausubel, R. Herman, W. F. Massy, and S. V. Massy
pp. 107-120 in What Higher Education Is Doing Right, W. F. Massy and J. W. Meyerson, eds., Peterson's, Princeton, 1997.

Malthus and the Graduate Students
The Scientist 10(30):11, 1996.

Flat Organizations for Earth Science
J. H. Ausubel and J. H. Steele
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 74(5):809-814, 1993. (also appeared in short form in circa 30 newspapers as op-ed, "A business-like approach for universities?")

Intellectual Migrations and Global Universities
pp.136-149 in Strategies for Support of Scientific Research, W.A. Blanpied and S. Sperlagh, eds., Hungarian Academy of Sciences and U.S. National Science Foundation, Budapest, 1992 (available from Program for the Human Environment).

9.The Census of Marine Life

Inaugural Speech, South American Workshop on Marine Biodiversity for the Census of Marine Life, 29 October 2002 (in spanish, with english translation)
Gayana 67(2), 2003.

The Census of Marine Life: Progress and Prospects
Fisheries, 26(7):33-36-2001.

The Census of Marine Life and the Role of Aquariums
Bulletin de l'Institut Oceanographique, Monaco 20(1):395-401, 2001.

Toward a Census of Marine Life
Oceanography 12(3):4-5, 1999.

The Census of the Fishes: An Update, February 1999
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, New York, January 1997.

The Census of the Fishes: Concept Paper, January 1997
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, New York, January 1997.

10. Humor, drama, and informal works

An Evening of Rational Entertainment
J. Timko and J. H. Ausubel, New York, 1975. (Includes the play "The Best Picture" in which Freud and Wittgenstein investigate the death of Schlick, the spurious Platonic dialogue "The Athenian 'Ranger," an episode of the logical soap opera "Possible Worlds," and a doo-wop song about John Dewey.)

The Godfather: The Scientist
Laxenburg, 1980.

The Large Torpor
J Ausubel and J. Timko, New York, 1977.

The Small Torpor
New York, 1980.

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