Lyles W. Accepted. “Using Social Network Analysis to Examine Planner Involvement in Environmentally-Oriented Planning Processes Led by Non-Planning Professions” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management
Lyles, W. and M. Stevens. October 9, 2014 (online) “Plan Quality Evaluation 1994-2012: Growth and Contributions, Limitations, and New Directions.” (Journal of Planning Education and Research) DOI: 10.1177/0739456X14549752
Lyles, W., P. Berke and G. Smith. 2014. “Do Planners Matter? Examining Factors Driving Incorporation of Land Use Approaches into Hazard Mitigation Plans” Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 57(5): 792-811.
Lyles, W., P. Berke, and G. Smith. 2014. “A Comparison of Local Hazard Mitigation Plan Quality in Six States, USA” Landscape and Urban Planning 122: 89-99.
Berke, P., W. Lyles, and G. Smith. 2014. “Impacts of Federal and State Hazard Mitigation Policies on Local Land Use Policy” Journal of Planning Education and Research 34: 60-76.
Stevens, M.R., W. Lyles and P. Berke. 2014. “Measuring and Reporting Intercoder Reliability in Plan Quality Evaluation Research.” Journal of Planning Education and Research 34: 77-93.
Smith, G., W. Lyles, and P. Berke. 2013. “The Role of Hazard Mitigation Planning in Building Local Capacity and Commitment: A Tale of Six States” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 31(2): 178-203.
Berke, P. and W. Lyles. 2013. “Public Risks and the Challenges to Climate Adaptation: A Proposed Framework for Planning in the Age of Uncertainty” Cityscape 15(1): 181-208
Dempwolf, C.S. and W. Lyles. 2012. “The Uses of Social Network Analysis in Planning: A Review of the Literature” Journal of Planning Literature. 27(1): 3-21.
Berke, P, G. Smith, and W. Lyles. 2012. “Planning for Resiliency: An Evaluation of State Hazard Mitigation Plans under the Disaster Mitigation Act” Natural Hazards Review 13: 139-150.
Horney, J., A. Naimi, W. Lyles, M. Simon, D. Salvesen and P. Berke. 2012. “Assessing the relationship between hazard mitigation plan quality and rural status in a cohort of 59 counties from 3 states in the Southern United States.” Challenges 3: 183-193.