Baldwin, L., 2020. ‘Backyard Botany‘ or ‘How does a carrot pee? Using Lessons from the Garden to Cultivate Care’. Talk given in celebration of TRU’s 50th Anniversary, TRU Research Office. Premiered May 27, 2020.
Baldwin, L., Flood, N., Ratsoy, G., Templeman, E., and Naqvi, K. 2017. Inter- and multidisciplinary place-based education. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Green Guide Series. Windsor, ON.
Baldwin, L. 2020. Carrying Capacity. Hamilton Arts and Letters. Issue 13.1
Baldwin, L. 2019. Bud Break. Camas 27(2): 14-15.
Baldwin, L. 2018. The Collecting Basket. Terrain.org, available at https://www.terrain.org/2018/nonfiction/the-collecting-basket/
Baldwin, L. 2018. Form follows function. The Goose 16 (2): 30. Available athttp://scholars.wlu.ca/thegoose/vol16/iss2/30
Baldwin, L. 2015. Laura’s collection: finding community through field work. Terrain.org. Available at http://www.terrain.org/2015/nonfiction/lauras-collection-finding-community-through-field-work/
Baldwin, L.K. 2013. Finding Home. Cirque: A Literary Journal of the North Pacific Rim 4(2):41-48.
Baldwin, L.K. 2013. Field School. Journal of Natural History Education and Experience 7:16-21. Available at http://naturalhistorynetwork.org/journal/articles/field-school/
Baldwin, L.K. 2012. Say the names. Terrain.org. No. 29: Available at http://www.terrain.org/essays/29/baldwin.htm
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Hajdasz, A., Otter, K.A., Baldwin, L.K., and M.W. Reudink. 2019. Caterpillar phenology predicts differences in timing of mountain chickadee breeding in urban and rural habitats. Urban Ecosystems. 22:1113-1122.
Baldwin, L. 2017. Drawing care: the illustrated journal’s “path to place.” Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism18(2):1-19. (unpublished version (with colour images) can be found here http://tru.arcabc.ca/islandora/object/tru%253A1644)
Jones, N.T., Germain, R.M., Grainger, T.N., Hall, A.M., Baldwin, L., Gilbert, B. 2015. Dispersal mode mediates the effect of patch size and patch connectivity on metacommunity diversity. Journal of Ecology 103(4): 935-944.
Petersen, C. and Baldwin, L. 2014. Journaling and botany: documenting learning with words and pictures. Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching 35:394-398.
Farnsworth, J.S., Baldwin, L. and Bezanson, M. 2014. An invitation for engagement: assigning and assessing field notes to promote deeper levels of observation. Journal of Natural History Education and Experience. 8:12-20. (https://naturalhistoryinstitute.org/journal-archive/)
Hunt, G.A. Baldwin, L.K., Tsui, E. and Mathews, L. 2013. Developing and validating an instrument for student rating of teaching. Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching 6:133-138.
Baldwin, L., Block, T., Crawford, I., Naqvi, K., Ratsoy, G., Templeman, E. and Waldichuk, T. 2013. Affective teaching: the place of place in interdisciplinary pedagogy. Transformative Dialogues. 6(3): 9
Baldwin, L.K., Petersen, C., Jones, W.M., Karakatsoulis, J., Black, S. and Bradfield, G.E. 2012. Bryophyte richness and community patterns across riparian zones under different forest canopy treatments. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 42:141-156.
May, L. and Baldwin, L.K. 2011. Making the link between plant community patterns and the impact of allelopathic competition in the grassland community of Lac Du Bois Provincial Park. Invasion Biology 13:919-931.
Baldwin, L.K. and Crawford, I., 2010. Art instruction in the botany lab: a collaborative approach. Journal of College Science Teaching 40:18-23.
Baldwin, L.K., Brewer, S.E., Heaslip, P., Hunt, G.A., Jones, J.A., MacLennan, D. and Templeman, E. 2010. Finding balance: research and teaching at a new university. Transformative Dialogues 4(1):11.
Baldwin, L.K. and Bradfield, G.E. 2010. Resilience of bryophyte communities in regenerating matrix forests after logging in coastal temperate rainforests. Botany 88:297-314.
Baldwin, L.K. and Bradfield, G.E. 2007. Bryophyte functional group response to fragmentation: a functional group approach. Biological Conservation 136:408-422.
Baldwin, L.K. and Bradfield, G.E. 2005. Bryophyte community differences between edge and interior environments in temperate rainforest fragments of coastal British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35:580-592.
Bierman, P., Lini, A., Zehfuss, P., Church, A., Davis, P.T., Southon, J. and Baldwin, L. 1997. Postglacial ponds and alluvial fans: recorders of Holocene landscape history. GSA Today 7:1-8.
Sherman, E., Baldwin, L., Fernandez, G. and Deurell, E. 1990. Fever and thermal tolerance in Bufo marinus. Thermal Biology 16:297-301.