Schenk, T. (forthcoming). Adapting Infrastructure to Climate Change: Advancing decision-making under conditions of uncertainty and complexity. London and New York: Routledge.

Matsuura, M. and T. Schenk, eds. (2017). Joint Fact Finding in Urban Planning and Environmental Disputes. London and New York: Routledge.

Book chapters

Schenk, T., E. Czaika, D. Rumore and M. Russo (2016). Joint fact-finding: An approach for advancing interactive governance when scientific and technical information is in question. Critical Reflections on Interactive Governance. L. Edelenbos and I. van Meerkerk, eds. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Schenk, T. and L. Susskind (2015). Using role-play simulations to encourage adaptation: Serious games as tools for action research. Action Research for Climate Change Adaptation: Developing and applying knowledge for governance. A. van Buuren, J Eshuis and M. van Vliet, Eds. London and New York: Routledge.

Schenk, T. (2014). Boats and Bridges in the Sandbox: Using Role Play Simulation Exercises to Help Infrastructure Planners Prepare for the Risks and Uncertainties Associated With Climate Change. Infranomics: Sustainability, Engineering Design and Governance. A.V. Gheorghe, M. Masera and P.F. Katina, eds. Berlin, Germany: Springer.

Juras, A. and T. Schenk (2006). Abwasser in Budapest. Grenzen der Privatisierung: Wann ist des Guten zu viel? E.U. von Weizsäcker, O.R. Young and M. Finger, Eds. Stuttgart: S.Hirzel Verlag, pp 45-48.

Juras, A. and T. Schenk (2005). Budapest Sewage Works: Partial privatization of a Central European Utility. Limits to Privatization: How to Avoid Too Much of a Good Thing. E.U. von Weizsäcker, O.R. Young and M. Finger, Eds. London and Sterling, VA: Earthscan, pp 34-39.

Juras, A. and T. Schenk (2005). Union Miniere Pirdop Copper, Bulgaria: A case of privatization and the environment. Limits to Privatization: How to Avoid Too Much of a Good Thing. E.U. von Weizsäcker, O.R. Young and M. Finger, Eds. London and Sterling, VA: Earthscan, pp 47-50.

Journal articles

Rumore, D., T. Schenk and L. Susskind (2016). Role-play simulations: A tool for climate adaptation education and engagement. Nature Climate Change, 6: 745-750.

Chu, E. and T. Schenk (2016). Communicating About Climate Change With Urban Populations and Decision-Makers. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science.

Eriksen, C., V. Sword-Daniels, E.E.H. Doyle, R. Alaniz, C. Adler, T. Schenk and S. Vallance (2016). Embodied Uncertainty: Living with Complexity and Natural Hazards. Journal of Risk Research, doi:10.1080/13669877.2016.1200659.

Edelenbos, J., I. van Meerkerk and T. Schenk (2016). The Evolution of Community Self-Organization in Public Sector Governance: Cross-case insights from three countries. American Review of Public Administration, doi:10.1177/0275074016651142.

Shi, L., E. Chu, I. Anguelovski, A. Aylett, J. Debats, K. Goh, T. Schenk, K.C. Seto, D. Dodman, D. Roberts, J.T. Roberts and S.D. VanDeveer (2016). Roadmap towards justice in urban climate adaptation research. Nature Climate Change, 6: 131–137.

Schenk, T., R.A.L. Vogel, N. Maas and L. Tavasszy (2016). Joint Fact-Finding in Practice: Review of a Collaborative Approach to Climate-Ready Infrastructure in Rotterdam. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure Research, 16(1): 273-293.

Susskind, L. and T. Schenk (2014). Can Games Really Change the Course of History? Négociations, 2/22: 29-39.

World Social Science Fellows on Risk Interpretation and Action (2014). Reporting on the Seminar – Risk Interpretation and Action (RIA): Decision Making Under Conditions of Uncertainty. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies. 18 (1), pp. 27-37.

Bollinger, L.A., C.W.J. Bogmans, E.J.L. Chappin, G.P.J. Dijkema, J.N. Huibregtse, N. Maas, T. Schenk, M. Snelder, P. van Thienen, S. de Wit, B. Wols and L.A. Tavasszy (2013). Climate Adaptation of Interconnected Infrastructures: A Framework for Supporting Governance. Regional Environmental Change, 13(1); DOI: 10.1007/s10113-013-0428-4.

Susskind, L., A. Camacho and T. Schenk (2011). A Critical Assessment of Collaborative Adaptive Management in Practice. Journal of Applied Ecology, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2011.02070.x.

Susskind, L., A. Camacho and T. Schenk (2010). Collaborative Planning and Adaptive Management in Glen Canyon: A Cautionary Tale. Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, vol. 35, vo. 1.

Popular press, reports and other publications

Schenk, T. and E. Buchanan (2016, Oct. 12). Making Frenemies: Virginia Tech project aims to facilitate more civil discourse among the utterly opposed. Roanoke Times. 

Schenk, T. and L.C. Stokes (2013). The Power of Collaboration. IEEE Power & Energy, May/June: 56-65.

Schenk, T. and O. Ferguson (2012). Coastal States’ Climate Adaptation Initiatives: Sea Level Rise and Municipal Engagement. Lincoln Institute of Land Policy Working Paper, WP12TS1.

Schenk, T., D. Plumb and E. Paul (2011). Preparing Through Simulation: Using Role-Play Exercises to Incorporate Climate Risks Into Decision-Making. Practical Solutions for a Warming World: American Meteorological Society Conference on Climate Adaptation, July 2011.

Schenk, T. (2008, April). Assessing the State of Conflict Assessment. CBI Reports, April, 2008.

Filcak, R., T. Schenk and R. Atkinson (2006). Sustainability in Action: NGO Initiatives for Sustainable Development in the Western Balkans. Szentendre, Hungary: The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe.

Schenk, T. (2006, October). The Road to Suburbia. The GreenHorizon, vol. 3, no. 3, 15.

Schenk, T. (2006, August). Chewing Slowly in CEE. Diversity, vol. 2, no. 4, 14.

Simpson, J., T. Schenk and G. Krzywkowska (2003). Snapshot of Environmental Information Systems in South Eastern Europe: Current Progress and Future Priorities. Szentendre, Hungary: The Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe.