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Nadkarni, N., and J. Morris. 2018. Baseline attitudes and impacts of informal science education lectures on content knowledge and value of science among incarcerated populations. Science Communication: 40(6): 718-748.
Crockett, E.G., J.E. Marty, K.M. Kettering, and N. Nadkarni. Providing hands-on opportunities for inmates to contribute to ecological research. Corrections Today: 4:41-45.
Nadkarni, N., P. Hasbach, T. Thys, E. Gaines, and L. Schnacker. 2017. Impacts of nature imagery on people in severely nature-deprived environments. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.15:395-403
Nadkarni, N., L. Schnacker, P. Hasbach, T. Thys, and E. Gaines. 2017. From orange to blue: how nature imagery affects inmates in the “Blue Room”. Corrections Today 79:36-41.
Nadkarni, N. 2014. Into the light: bringing science education to the incarcerated. Dimensions, Association for Science and Technology Centers. September/October 2014.
Stasch, A., C. LeRoy, K. Bush, N. Nadkarni, and D. Pacholke. 2012. Interpreting in prisons- the sustainability in prisons project. Legacy. June/July 2012. 12-20.
Ulrich. C. and N. M. Nadkarni. 2009. Sustainability research in enforced residential institutions- collaborations of ecologists and prisoners. Environment, Development, and Sustainability 11:815.-825.
Nadkarni, N. M. 2006. The moss-in-prison project- disseminating science beyond academia. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4:442-443.
Fischer, A., and N. M. Nadkarni. 2005. Moss conservation behind bars- prison inmates help researchers cultivate threatened mosses. Conservation in Practice 6:35-36.