- National Geographic Live! Olympia, Washington, 2016.
- Canopy Confluence: Integrating Ecology with Environmental and Social Justice, Swarthmore College, 2015.
- Brown University Baccalaureate Speech.
- Whitman College.
- Arizona State University.
- Nassau Community College.
- W.K. Kellog Biological Station.
- Michigan State University.
- Utah State University - Intermountain Bioneers Event.
- Symposium Series - Mathematics and Molecular Medicine. Utah Valley University.
- "Between Earth and Sky:
Our Intimate Connection with Trees".
- Exploring the “Last Biotic Frontier”: Emerging Trends from Three Decades of Canopy Research in Tropical and Temperate Rainforests.
- “Looking Upward and Outward: Discoveries in Canopies of Tropical and Temperate Forests.”.
- “Sustaining Forests and Sustaining Ourselves: Trees as Providers and Inspiration for Our Lives”.
- Total and epiphyte litter under the canopy of Acer macrophyllum stands in an old-growth temperate rainforest, Washington State, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 45:1654-1661.
- The functional roles of epiphytes and arboreal soils in tropical montane cloud forests. Journal of Tropical Ecology. 1-14.
- Gotsch, Sybil G., Nadkarni, Nalini, Darby, Alexander, Glunk, Andrew, Dix, Mackenzie, Davidson, Kenneth & Dawson, Todd E. (2015). Life in the Treetops: Ecophysiological Strategies of Canopy Epiphytes in a Tropical Montane Cloud Forest. Ecological Society of America. , 150228045055007.
- Clonality and dynamics of leaf abscission of Gambel Oaks at small spatial scales in Utah. Forest Science 61:829-833.
- Life in the treetops: ecophysiological strategies of canopy epiphytes in a tropical montane cloud forest. Ecological Monographs 85:393–412.
- The occurrence of monoplastidy in the ancient genus Selaginella associated with phylogeny. The 7th Annual Meeting, 15th-18th November, Asia and Oceania Conference on Photobiology, Taipei, Taiwan.
- Physical and chemical characteristics of canopy soils of Sitka spruce (Picea sitchensis) and bigleaf maple (Acer macrophyllum) in the Queets River Watershed, Washington State. Soil Science Society of America 78: S118-S124.
- Into the light: bringing science education to the incarcerated. Dimensions, Association for Science and Technology Centers.
- Nadkarni, N. M. and A. Stasch. 2013. How broad are our broader Impacts? Analysis of the National Science Foundation's Ecosystems Program and the Broader Impacts requirement. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 11:13–19. doi:10.1890/110106.
- Aubrey, D.A., N. M. Nadkarni, and C. P. Broderick. 2013. Patterns of moisture and temperature in canopy and terrestrial soils in a temperate rainforest, Washington. Botany (formerly Canadian Journal of Botany) 91: 739-744.
- How broad are our broader impacts? Analysis of the National Science Foundation's Ecosystems Program and the Broader Impacts requirement. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. doi:10.1890/110106.
- Sheldon, K., and N. Nadkarni. Spatial and temporal variation of seed rain in the canopy and on the ground of a tropical cloud forest. Biotropica 45:549–556.
- Sheldon, K. and N. Nadkarni. The use of pasture trees by birds in a tropical montane landscape in Monteverde, Costa Rica. 2013. Journal of Tropical Ecology 29:459–462.
- Three-dimensional analysis of the distribution of epiphytes in tropical tree crowns. Biometrics.
In press, 12/2012.
- Spatial and Temporal Variation of Seed Rain in the Canopy and on the Ground of a Tropical Cloud Forest. Biotropica.
In press, 12/2012.
- Interpreting in prisons: the sustainablility in prisons project. Legacy June/July 2012 12-20.
- The future we want. Essay for the RIO+20 website for the United Nations.
- Response of non-vascular epiphytes to simulated climate change in a montane moist evergreen broad-leaved forest in southwest China. Biological Conservation 152:127-135.