Goldberg, L. 2015. “Utilizing Crowdsourced Georeferenced Photography for Identification and Prioritization of Areas for Scenic Conservation”. Department of Landscape Architecture – Penn State University.
Murtha T., O. Schroth, L. Goldberg, B. Orland. 2015. A Tale of Two Regions: Landscape Ecological Planning for Shale Gas Energy Futures. AGU Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA (December).
Murtha T., O. Schroth, L. Goldberg, B. Orland. 2015. Fracking Futures: Emerging comparative perspectives on new energy landscapes. RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2015. Exeter, UK (September).
Goldberg L. and T. Murtha. 2015. Experiential and Visual Impacts of Energy on the Pennsylvania Landscape. European Conference of the Landscape Research Group. Energy Landscapes: Perception, Planning, Participation and Power. Dresden, Germany (September).*
Murtha, Timothy, Richard Hammond, Brian Orland and Lacey Goldberg. 2015. Probabilistic Modelling and Complex Energy Landscape Design and Planning: an experimental approach. Peer Reviewed Proceedings of Digital Landscape Architecture Conference 2015 at Bernburg. Ed by, Erich Buhmann. Anhalt University of Applied Sciences. Wichmann/VDE Publisher Berlin and Offenbach and Berlin. Pp 238 – 246.
Murtha T. and B. Orland. 2015. Communities and Gas: Landscape Design and Planning in an Energy Landscape. Invited presentation at the North Carolina American Society of Landscape Architects annual meeting, North Carolina(May).
Orland, B. Geodesign, visualization, participation. Le Notre Institute (LNI)—Europe-wide education network. Web conference.
Orland,B. Persuasive new worlds: Virtual technologies and community decision-making, Landscape and Urban Planning, Available online 22 August 2015, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2015.08.010.
Orland, B. Visualization, participation, surveys, games: Past research and some ideas for more. College of Environment+Design, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.
Murtha T., B. Orland, R. Hammond and L. Goldberg, 2014. Unconventional Tools for an Unconventional Resource: Community and Landscape Planning for Shale in the Marcellus Region. AGU Annual Meeting. San Francisco, CA (December).
Orland, B., Schwartz, D., Sorvig, K. & Callaway, D. Subsurface to Surface: Fracking Necessitates Landscape Architectural Practice. American Society of Landscape Architects, Washington, DC. November 23, 2014.
Murtha T., and B. Orland, 2014. Landscape Scale Planning, Shale Gas and Community Models. Invited presentation for the Apppalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative Steering Committee meeting. National Conservation Training Center, Sherpherdstown, WV (September).
Murtha, Timothy and Brian Orland. 2014. “Local lessons for a global landscape challenge: Design and planning responses to unconventional shale gas development.” In Peer Reviewed Proceedings of Digital Landscape Architecture Conference 2014 at ETH Zurich. Ed by, Wissen Hayek, Fricker and Buhmann. Wichmann-verlag, Berlin. Pp. 95-105.
Murtha T., and B. Orland, 2014. Communities and Gas, an Ethnographic Imperative. Ethnographic Film Festival. Penn State University, University Park, PA. (April).
Orland, B. Lightning Talk: Engaged Geodesign in the Forgotten Quarter of Pennsylvania. Geodesign Summit, Redlands, CA. January 29-30, 2014. http://proceedings.esri.com/library/userconf/geodesign14/
Orland, Brian and Timothy Murtha. 2013. Here Comes the Boom: Shale gas, landscapes and an ecological planning imperative. In Fábos, J.G., Lindhult, M., Ryan, R.L., & Jacknin, M. (Eds). 2013. Proceedings of Fábos Conference on Landscape and Greenway Planning 2013: Pathways to Sustainability. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, April 12-13, 2013. Full papers. Amherst, MA: Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Pp 91 – 99.
Bose, M., B. Orland, K. D. Davis, M. Sliwinski, M. Sciegaj, C. A. Cole, C. P. Ferreri. The impact of Marcellus Shale drilling activity on rural communities in Pennsylvania: exploring the role of the natural environment. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture. Champaign, IL.
Orland, B. and C. A. Cole. Land Use and Development Planning in the Chesapeake Watershed. Whitaker Center, Harrisburg, PA.
Murtha T., 2011. The Cultural Landscape of Marcellus Shale: Rural Pennsylvania + Natural Gas. Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, Los Angeles, CA (April).
Orland, B., M. Bose, K. D. Davis, M. Sliwinski, M. Sciegaj, C. A. Cole, C. P. Ferreri. Effects of Marcellus Shale Gas Development on Environment and Health. Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. Salt Lake City, UT.
Sliwinski, M., B. Orland, K. D. Davis, M. Bose, M. Sciegaj, C. A. Cole, C. P. Ferreri, and E. Munoz. Perceptions of the Natural Environment and Health among Residents in Marcellus and Non-Marcellus Communities. Marcellus Shale Academic Applied Research Conference. Altoona, PA.