My publications reflect my diverse research interests and motivation to share my work with diverse audiences. My work has appeared in peer-reviewed journals (e.g., Geographical Review, Eurasian Geography & Economics, Conservation Biology, and Journal of Nonprofit Education & Leadership, among others) and think tank/policy institute publications (e.g., Foreign Policy Research Institute, Puget Sound Institute, and Migration Policy Institute, among others). Below, please find my publications (published/accepted or in press only).
Biedenweg, Kelly & Trimbach, David J. 2021. Next Directions for Human Wellbeing: Managing Natural Resources to Benefit People. In A Modern Guide to Wellbeing Research, in press.
Trimbach, David J., Gaydos, Joe, & Biedenweg, Kelly. 2021. Salish Sea Survey: Geographic Literacy Enhancing Natural Resource Management. Society & Natural Resources, in press.
Trimbach, David J. 2021. Sense of Place in the Salish Sea Region. In State of the Salish Sea, Sobocinski, K.L. (Lead Author), G. Broadhurst and N.J.K. Baloy (Contributing Eds.). Salish Sea Institute, Western Washington University. https://doi.org/10.25710/vfhb-3a69.
Kondan, Silviu, Sahajpal, Mridvika, & Trimbach, David J. 2021. Identifying the Needs of Estonia’s Russian-speaking Minority: Covid-19, Data Disaggregation, and Social Determinants of Health, The Baltic Bulletin. Foreign Policy Research Institute: Philadelphia.
Trimbach, David J. 2020. Whose Puget Sound?: Examining Place Attachment, Residency, and Stewardship in the Puget Sound Region, Encyclopedia of Puget Sound. Puget Sound Institute, University of Washington Tacoma: Tacoma, WA.
Trimbach, David, Biedenweg, Kelly, & Fleming, Whitney. Whose Puget Sound?: Examining Place Attachment, Residency, and Stewardship in the Puget Sound Region. 2020. Geographical Review (part of a special issue on place attachment).
David J. Trimbach, Kelly Biedenweg, Trina Wellman, Emilie Franke, Leah Kintner, Kari Stiles, Mike Johnson, and Social Sciences Advisory Committee. 2020. Protocol for the Integration of Human Dimensions into Implementation Strategy Starter Packages. Puget Sound Partnership: Tacoma, WA.
Content Researcher and Analyst for: Puget Sound Partnership. 2019. State of the Sound Report. Olympia, Washington. November 2019. 79 pp. www.stateofthesound.wa.gov
Trimbach, David J. 2019. Coastlines and Communities: A Preliminary Glance at the Relationships between Shorelines and Sense of Place in Puget Sound. Human Dimensions Lab, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
Breslow, Sara Jo, Kintner, Leah, Dreyer, Stacia, Cole, Heather, Anderson, Leif, Biedenweg, Kelly, Bennett, Nathan, Donatuto, Jamie, Hanson, Erin, Norman, Emma, Poe, Melissa, and Trimbach, David. 2019. Social Science for the Salish Sea: An action-oriented research agenda to inform ecosystem recovery. Earlthlab, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.
de Ycaza, R., E. Wade, B. King, A. Del Cid, J. Delie, B. Erickson, W. Fleming, K. Robinson, A.K. Spalding, and Trimbach, D. 2019. Measuring organizational sense of place for marine conservation in Bocas del Toro, Panama. Final Technical Report. Instituto Nacional de Cultura. Panama City, Panama.
Bloodhart, Brittany, Bruch, Sissi, Davis, Brittany Y., & Trimbach, David J. 2018. Community-Based Participatory Research Hub (CBPR Hub). Coastlines and People (CoPe) White Paper Collection. University Cooperation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) and National Science Foundation, San Diego, California.
Trimbach, David J. 2018. Equity & Social Science Integration at the 2018 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, Encyclopedia of Puget Sound. Puget Sound Institute, University of Washington Tacoma: Tacoma, WA.
Trimbach, David J. 2014. A Guide to Forming Friends Groups for Public Agencies & Communities. Portland: Metro (not accessible to public).
Trimbach, David J. 2014. Civic Capacity Assessment of the Willamette Falls Legacy Project Community. Portland: Metro (not accessible to public).
O’Lear, Shannon, Pickett, Nathaniel Ray, Biersack, John, & Trimbach, David J. 2014. “The Revenge of Geography: What the Map Tells Us About Coming Conflicts and the Battle Against Fate”, Progress in Human Geography, 38 (4): 629-632.