Kostelnick, J. Book review of The Red Atlas: How the Soviet Union Secretly Mapped the World (2019)
Kostelnick, J., , & . The Place of Religion in Chicago. Illinois Geographer 1.57 (2015): 97-99.
Kostelnick, C., & Kostelnick, J. Online Visualizations of Natural Disasters and Hazards: The Rhetorical Dynamics of Charting Risk. A. G. Gross and J. Buehl (EDs), Science and the Internet: Communicating Knowledge in a Digital Age. Baywood Press (2016): 157-190.
Kostelnick, J. Humanitarian geospatial technology. A. J. Kent and D. Specht (EDs), The Routledge Handbook of Geospatial Technologies and Society
Banerjee, S., Hosack, B., Lim, B., & Kostelnick, J. Social media widget for emergency response. Issues in Information Systems 14.2 (2013): 289-297.
Kostelnick, J., Abdelnour, J., Cummings, E., Estell-Edghill, B., Plaza, N., Rice, P., Riley, T., Scharwark, B., Southerd, J., Stites, J., Wilson, D., & Allen, J. A demographic, economic, and environmental analysis of public transportation in Chicago today. Illinois Geographer 61.2 (2020): 26-60.
Kostelnick, J., & Hoeniges, L. Map symbols for crisis mapping: Challenges and Prospects. The Cartographic Journal (2018)
Kostelnick, J., Becker, J., Brinkmann, M., Cord, D., Craigmile, D., Dunne, S., Hoeniges, L., Klotzbach, M., Langreck, J., Marchand, M., Sherman, N., Smiley, A., & Tyler, C. Mapping ethnic change in Chicago’s Avondale and Logan Square neighborhoods. Illinois Geographer (2017)
Rabie, A., Peterson, E. W., Kostelnick, J. C., and Rowley, R. J., 2017, Optimizing DEM resolution inputs and number of stream gauges in GIS predictions of flood inundation: A case study along the Illinois River (IL), USA: Environmental and Engineering Geoscience, doi:10.2113/EEG-1890.
Kostelnick, J., Jo, J., Rose, J., Cross, J., Deabel, E., & Verderber, A. Application of airborne LiDAR data and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to develop a distributed generation system for the Town of Normal, IL.. AIMS Energy 3.2 (2015): 173-183.
Kostelnick, J. Disaster Mitigation and Response Issue. Association of American Geographers (2009)
Kostelnick, J. The GIS Bridge: What it is, Why it is Important, and How We Build it. GIS Notes, Illinois GIS Association (2013)
Collective action for school-wellness: An ecological example. AIESEP World Congress. (2022)
Riedel, J., Peterson, E.W., Dogwiler, T., and Seyoum, W., 2021, Effects of thermal variation on flow dynamics in the hyporheic zone, in Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. Vol. 53, No. 6, 2021 doi: 10.1130/abs/2021AM-368988
Conley, E. W., Peterson, E. W., Kostelnick, J., and Dogwiler, T., Assessing past Cave Collapse Probability using GIS, in Proceedings Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 2020, Volume 52, The Geological Society of America (GSA), doi: 10.1130/abs/2020AM-358269.
Confronting Crisis: Challenges for hazard and risk mapping. University of Northern Iowa. (2018)
Cultural mapping: A review of cartographic methods. North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS). (2018)
The Online Atlas of Illinois: Interactive Mapping for Exploring the Geography of Illinois. International Geographical Union Regional Conference/Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting/National Council for Geography Education Annual Conference. (2018)
Thinking Like a Historian, Thinking Like a Geographer: Reading A Source From Different Perspectives. Annual Conference of the National Council for History Education. National Council for History Education. (2018)
Geography: Geographic Thinking in Action: Using Historical Maps in the Classroom. History and Social Science Education Symposium. Department of History, McLean County Museum of History, and Regional Office of Education. (2017)
Using Maps to Examine Historical Thinking and Geographic Thinking. 2017 Geography Education in the 21st Century Conference. Illinois Geographic Alliance and Department of Geography, Geology, and the Environment at ISU. (2017)
Using Maps to Examine Historical Thinking and Geographic Thinking. Geographic Thinking in Action. Illinois Geographic Alliance. (2017)