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Oceans through Islands to Mountains: Creating the ‘Correspondence Principle’,” pp. 192-210 in John Gillis and Franziska Toma (eds.), Fluid Frontiers: New Currents in Marine Environmental History (Cambridge, UK: White Horse Press, 2015).

The Spaces In Between: Science, Ocean, Empire,” Isis, Vol. 105, no. 2 (June, 2014), pp. 338-351. Co-authored with Helen Rozwadowski.

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Evolutionary Naturalism on High: The X-Club Sequesters the Alps,” in Bernard Lightman and Gowan Dawson (eds.), Victorian Scientific Naturalism: Community, Identity, Continuity (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2014), pp. 55-78.

From Oceans to Mountains: Constructing Space in the Imperial Mind,” in Knowing Global Environments: New Historical Perspectives on the Field Sciences, edited by Jeremy Vetter (Rutgers University Press, 2010), pp. 17-38.

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Cosmic Emotion,” Alpinist Magazine (Summer, 2012), pp. 93-96.

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