Kimball, C.M., C. Haffey, A. Thode, B. Wolfson. 2015. Preview: Managing fire, understanding ourselves. Fires of Change: Art, fire, and community in northern Arizona. Wildfire Magazine. March-April 2015
Homer-Dixon, T., M. Jaccard, K. Lertzman, W.J. Palen, M.E. Ryan, A. Salomon, and T.D. Sisk, with 100 co-signers. 2015. Scientists Call for a Moratorium on Oil Sands Development. Self-published position paper, released publicly 08 June 2015.
Sisk, T.D., G. Singh, J. Tam, K.M.A. Chan, S. Klain, M. Mach, and R. Martone. 2011. Barriers and incentives to engagement in public policy and science-based advocacy. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 92:276-280.
Van Riper, C., III., B.M. Wakeling, and T.D. Sisk, Editors. 2010. The Colorado Plateau III: Socioeconomic, Biological and Cultural Research. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ. 347 pp.
Sisk, T.D. 2010. Ranching, local ecological knowledge, and the stewardship of public lands. In M. Power and F.S. Chapin Planetary Stewardship in a changing world: Paths towards resilience and sustainability. Ecological Society Bulletin, April 2010:143-175.
Grahame, J.D., T.D. Sisk, and collaborators. 2000. Canyons, Cultures, and Environmental Change: An Introduction to the Land Use History of the Colorado Plateau. CD-ROM and web site (URL: www.cpluhna.nau.edu). Northern Arizona University. 350+ pp.
Governor’s Forest Health Councils, State of Arizona. 2007. Statewide Strategy for Restoring Arizona’s Forests, Aumack, E., T. Sisk, and J. Palumbo, Editors. Arizona Public Service, Phoenix, AZ. 151 pp.
Sisk, T.D. 2006. Thriving paradox: Life and beauty on the Colorado Plateau. Natural Area News 10:1,5.
Sisk, T.D. 2006. Ten Years of Conservation Science with the Diablo Trust. Ground Truth 1:3-7.
Sisk, T.D. and J.A. Palumbo. 2005. Collaborative science: Making research a participatory endeavor for solving environmental challenges. Quivira Coalition Newsletter 7: 1, 22-27.
Sisk, T.D. and D. Ostergren. 2000. Contested politics, threatened landscapes: the political history of Utah wilderness (book review). Human Ecology Review 7:73-74.
Sisk, T.D., Editor. 1998. Perspectives on the Land Use History of North America: A Context for Understanding Our Changing Environment. U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, Biological Science Report USGS/BRD/BSR-1998-0003. 104 pp. Full text: http://www.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a362077.pdf
Sisk, T.D. 1996. When it’s gone, it’s gone (letter). 1996. Forum for applied Research and Public Policy, Spring: 138-139.
Sisk, T. 1994. Reaching outward to define a discipline: Principles of conservation biology (book review). Vida Silvestre Neotropical 3:119-120.
Sisk, T.D., G.C. Daily, and P.R. Ehrlich. 1989. Waterfowl, wetlands and global warming: hunters must rediscover their roots in conservation. California Waterfowl XV(3):28‑29.
Carey, H. and T. Sisk. 1985. Multi-employment: A strategy for economic survival in forested rural areas. Forest Trust Paper No. 1. Forest Guild, Santa Fe, NM.