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Noa  Lincoln

Name :

Noa Lincoln

Title :

Asst Rsrch

Unit :

Department of Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences

Address :

3190 Maile Way, St. John 102
                    Honolulu, HI 96822

Room :

Sherman Lab 216

Phone :

(808)956-6497

Fax :

(808)956-3894

E-mail :

nlincoln@hawaii.edu

Website :

http://www2.hawaii.edu/~nlincoln

Specialties :

Soil Science, Biogeochemistry, Ecology, Archaeology, Human Ecology, Agriculture, Traditional Knowledge


Professional Prep/Appointments :


PhD Stanford University; Interdisciplinary Resource Management

Selected Courses Taught:


TPSS 200 Tropical Plant Science (aka Agriculture, Environment, and Society)

Publications :


Lincoln, N., & Ardoin, N. (2015) Cultivating Values: Environmental Values and Sense of Place as Correlates to Sustainable Agricultural Practices. Agriculture and Human Values

Lincoln, N., Chadwick, O. M., & Vitousek, P. M (2014) Soil Fertility Indicators and Opportunities for Pre-Contact Farming in Kona, Hawai‘i. Ecosphere 5(4), 42.

Lincoln, N. & Ladefoged, T. N. (2014) Agroecology of pre-contact Hawaiian dryland farming: the spatial extent, yield and social impact of Hawaiian breadfruit groves in Kona, Hawai‘i. Journal of Archaeological Science 49, 192-202.

Lincoln, N. (2014) Effect of various monotypic forest canopies on earthwork biomass and feral pig rooting in Hawaiian wet forests. Forest Ecology and Management 331, 79-84.

Lincoln, N., & Vitousek, P. M. (in press) Nitrogen Fixation During Sugarcane Decomposition is an Important Source of Nitrogen in Traditional Hawaiian Agriculture. International Journal of Sustainable Agriculture

Lincoln, N, & Ardoin, N. (in review). Farmer Typologies: Who is Farming How and What. Food, Culture, and Environment

Lincoln, Noa Kekuewa. (2009) Amy Greenwell Garden Ethnobotanical Guide to Native Plants. Bishop Museum Press; Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA.

Lincoln, Noa Kekuewa. (in review) Ko: An Ethnobotanical Guide to Native Hawaiian Sugarcane Varieties. University of Hawai‘i Press; Honolulu, Hawai‘i, USA.

Lincoln, N., Bartz, J., Choy, M., & Penney, S. (2009) Carbon Measurement Technologies and Risk Management Strategies. Produced for the Environmental Defense Fund.

Ellison, B., O’Connell, D., Lincoln, N., Nahoopii, D., Kimura, K., Richards, L. (2008) Assessment of Water Resources and Suggested Tribal Water Strategy. Produced for Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu.

Nahoopii, D., Lincoln, N., Richards, L., Kimura, K., Ellison, B., O’Connell, D., Makasobe, J., Puketapu, B. (2007) Strategies for Engaging in Culturally and Ecologically Sustainable Tourism. Produced for Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate.

Lincoln, N., Nahoopii. D., Ellison, B. (2007) Promoting Cultural Heritage and Education: Tourism Engagement Strategies. Produced for the Bishop Museum.

Lincoln, N. (2014). Soil nutrient and carbon assessment for HokuNui, Makawao, Hawaii. Produced for HokuNui.