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1997

Diversification of Livestock Capital of Pastoral Risk Management and Regional Development in East Africa, David Layne Coppock; Diversification of livestock capital for pastoral risk management and regional development in East Africa

Diversification of Livestock Capital of Pastoral Risk Management and Regional Development in East Africa, David Layne Coppock; Diversification of livestock capital for pastoral risk management and regional development in East Africa.

Diversification of Livestock Capital of Pastoral Risk Management and Regional Development in East Africa, David Layne Coppock; Diversification of livestock capital for pastoral risk management and regional development in East Africa

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands- Private presentation, David Layne Coppock; Improving pastoral risk management on East African rangelands – private presentation

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands- Public presentation, David Layne Coppock; Improving pastoral risk management on East African rangelands – public presentation.

Innovation Adoption Constraints Pertaining to Methane Reduction: Perspectives from Utah Ranching Systems, David Layne Coppock; The Ruminant Livestock Efficiency Program Annual Conference Proceedings

Social Survey Methods on Adoption of New Technologies and Management Practices, David Layne Coppock; The Ruminant Livestock Efficiency Program Annual Conference Proceedings

Coping with Ecological and Economic Perturbations in a Bolivian Agropastoral System: A Synthesis, David Layne Coppock, C. Valdivia, J. de Queiroz, C. Jette, M. Ortega, J. Yazman, and L. Markowitz; Coping with ecological and economic perturbations in a Bolivian agropastoral system: A synthesis

The Role of Small Ruminants in Sustaining Agropastoralism on the Bolivian Altiplano: Preview of a Synthesis, David Layne Coppock, C. Valdivia, J. de Queiroz, C. Jette, M. Ortega, J. Yazman, and L. Markowitz; The role of small ruminants in sustaining agropastoralism on the Bolivian altiplano: preview of a synthesis

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Infringement or Protection of Private Property Rights? Addressing Concerns Regarding Nonfederal Forest Lands in Utah, Joanna Endter-Wada and Lisa Dennis-Perez; Journal of Land, Resources, and Environmental Law

Infringement or Protection of Private Property Rights? Addressing Concerns Regarding Nonfederal Forest Lands in Utah, Joanna Endter-Wada and Lisa Dennis-Perez; Journal of Land, Resources, and Environmental Law

Hydrologic and Ecologic Impacts of Alternative Uses of Current CRP Lands in the Cache River Watershed, S. E. Kraft and Christopher L. Lant

Social Acceptability in Ecosystem Management, L. E. Kruger, C. B. Tyler, and Mark W. Brunson

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Educational Needs and Expectations of Forest Landowners in Two Regions of the United States, M. R. Kuhns, Mark W. Brunson, and S. D. Roberts; Approaches to Extension in Forestry — Experiences and Future Developments: Proceedings, IUFRO Working Party S6.06-03 Extension Symposium, 30 September-4 October 1996, Freising, Germany

Discussant: Environmental Impact Assessment of River Basins in Response to Global Climate Change, Christopher L. Lant

Panel Discussion: The Future of Academic Publishing, Christopher L. Lant

The Influence of Social and Agricultural Trends on Water Quality: Implications for Future Policies, Christopher L. Lant; Influence of Social Trends on Agricultural Natural Resources

Environmental Benefit Indices and the Second CRP, Christopher L. Lant and Steven E. Kraft

Soil organic matter changes over two decades of winter wheat-fallow cropping in western Nebraska., D. W. Lyon, Christopher Monz, R. A. Brown, and A. K. Metherell; Soil organic matter in temperate agroecosystems.

NOLS Research Program 1997 Progress Report, Christopher Monz

Recreational impacts in Alaskan ecosystems: Abstracts of presentations. University of Alaska, Fairbanks, April 15-‐‐17, 1997, Christopher Monz

Recreation resource conditions in Prince William Sound, Christopher Monz

An analysis of the medical review process at the National Outdoor Leadership School, Christopher Monz and T. Schimelpfenig; Wilderness and Environmental Medicine

Coping Strategies of Utah Permittees: Intensify, Diversify, or Do Nothing?, R. Peterson and David Layne Coppock; Coping strategies of Utah permittees: Intensify, diversify, or do nothing?

Feral cat management plan for Naval Auxiliary Landing Field, San Clemente Island, CA, R. B. Phillips and Robert H. Schmidt; Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Utah State University

An open letter to the NADCA Board of Directors, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Drawing the line for wildlife, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Review: “Balancing nature - trapping in todayʼs world.”, Robert H. Schmidt; The Probe

Subtleties of wildlife damage management, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

The secrets of the trade, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

The wildlife damage management police, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Wildlife management by ballot, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Critical Analysis and Cultural Landscapes in Heritage Management, Joseph A. Tainter; Annual Conference of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, England

Cultural Conflict and Sustainable Development: Managing Subsistence Hunting in Alaska, Joseph A. Tainter; Sustainable Development of Boreal Forests: Proceedings of the 7th Annual Conference of the International Boreal Forest Research Association

Introduction, Joseph A. Tainter; Archeology of the Farmington Sector of the Elena Gallegos Project

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Alternative Futures for the Region of Camp Pendleton California U.S.A. Oak Grove Valley, Richard E. Toth; Urban Development in East Asia and the Growth of Inchon

Compensation programs for wildlife damage in North America, K. K. Wagner, Robert H. Schmidt, and M. R. Conover; The Wildlife Society Bulletin

Prospects for Pastoralism in Semi-Arid Africa, P. Webb and David Layne Coppock; Sustainability, Growth, and Poverty Alleviation: A Policy and Agroecological Perspective

1996

A political-ecology approach to wildlife conservation in Kenya, J. S. Akama, G. W. Burnett, and Christopher L. Lant; Environmental Values

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A Definition of "Social Acceptability" in Ecosystem Management, Mark W. Brunson; Defining social acceptability in ecosystem management: a workshop proceedings; 1992 June 23-25; Kelso, WA

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Human Dimensions in Silviculture, Mark W. Brunson; Natural Resource Management: The Human Dimension

Integrating "Human Habitat" Requirements into Ecosystem Management Strategies: A Case Study, Mark W. Brunson

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The Social Context of Ecosystem Management: Unanswered Questions and Unresolved Issues, Mark W. Brunson; Defining social acceptability in ecosystem management: a workshop proceedings.

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Introduction: Social Acceptability in Ecosystem Management, Mark W. Brunson and L. E. Kruger

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Defining social acceptability in ecosystem management: a workshop proceedings., Mark W. Brunson, Linda E. Kruger, Catherine B. Tyler, and Susan A. Schroeder; Defining social acceptability in ecosystem management: a workshop proceedings

Acceptability of Range Practices and Policies Among General and Ranching Publics, Mark W. Brunson, G. A. Rasmussen, and K. J. Richardson

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Effects of Ecological Information on Judgments about Scenic Impacts of Timber Harvest, Mark W. Brunson and D. K. Reiter; Journal of Environmental Management

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Sources of Variation in Attitudes and Beliefs about Federal Rangeland Management, Mark W. Brunson and B. S. Steel; Journal of Range Management

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Nonindustrial Private Forest Owners and Ecosystem Management: Can They Work Together?, Mark W. Brunson, D. T. Yarrow, S. D. Roberts, D. C. Guynn, and M. R. Kuhns; Journal of Forestry

The Ute, Donald G. Callaway and Joanna Endter-Wada; Native America in the Twentieth Century : An Encyclopedia

Annual report for Bolivia: Range Ecology and Range Animal Nutrition, David Layne Coppock; 1995 Annual report for the Small Ruminant Collaborative Research Support Program (SR-CRSP)

Diversification of Livestock Capital of Pastoral Risk Management and Regional Development in East Africa, David Layne Coppock; Diversification of livestock capital for pastoral risk management and regional development in East Africa

Dynamics of a Semi-Arid Pastoral System Under Induced Change in Southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock; Volume II, Proceedings of the Fifth International Rangelands Congress

Innovation Adoption Constraints Pertaining to Methane Reduction: Perspectives from Utah Ranching Systems, David Layne Coppock; Innovation adoption constraints pertaining to methane reduction: perspectives from Utah ranching systems

Inventory and Mapping of Water-Related, Privately Owned Forage Resources in Utah, David Layne Coppock, D Ramsey, L. Austin, A. Lewis, and J. Stephens; Inventory and mapping of water-related, privately owned forage resources in Utah

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Empirical Findings of the Social Indicators Project, Joanna Endter-Wada

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Comparison of Subsistence Activities Among Natives and Non-Natives in Bristol Bay, Alaska, Joanna Endter-Wada and Douglas W. Levine; Society and Natural Resources

WQIP: An assessment of its chances for acceptance by farmers, Steven E. Kraft, Christopher L. Lant, and Keith Gillman; Journal of Soil and Water Conservation

Ecological Restoration in Multiple-Ownership Watersheds: The Case of the Cache River, Christopher L. Lant

Panel Discussion: Watershed Restoration Policy, Christopher L. Lant

Managing for Diversity in Heritage Values, M. F. Lee and Joseph A. Tainter; Nature and the Human Spirit: Toward an Expanded Land Management Ethic

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Society and Range Management: A Commentary, J. E. Mitchell and Mark W. Brunson; Journal of Range Management

Responses of moist and dry arctic tundra to trampling and warmer temperatures, Christopher Monz, G. A. Meier, R. C. Buckley, D. N. Cole, J. M. Welker, and W. M. Loya; Bull Ecol Soc Am

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Strategies to Manage Conflicts among Multiple Users, G. A. Rasmussen and Mark W. Brunson; Weed Technology

Disturbance Ecology and Forest Management: A Review of the Literature, Paul C. Rogers

A modest proposal to assist in the maintenance of a hunting culture, Robert H. Schmidt; The Wildlife Society Bulletin

A prayer for nuisance wildlife damage managers, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

A revised code of ethics, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

A wish list, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Bunking in the enemyʼs camp, Robert H. Schmidt; The Animals' Agenda

Customized solutions to wildlife damage problems, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Opportunities and challenges within wildlife damage management, Robert H. Schmidt; The Probe

Raccoons and mothballs, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

The treatment of animal carcasses, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

The ultimate equipment maintenance, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Wildlife damage managers and euthanasia, Robert H. Schmidt; Proceedings of the Great Plains Wildlife Damage Control Workshop

Complexity, Problem Solving, and Sustainable Societies, Joseph A. Tainter; Getting Down to Earth: Practical Applications of Ecological Economics

Cultural Conflict and Sustainable Development: Managing Subsistence Hunting in Alaska, Joseph A. Tainter; 7th Annual Conference of the International Boreal Forest Research Association, St. Petersberg, Russia

Introduction: Prehistoric Societies as Evolving Complex Systems, Joseph A. Tainter; Evolving Complexity and Environmental Risk in the Prehistoric Southwest

States: Theories of the Collapse of States, Joseph A. Tainter; The Oxford Companion to Archaeology

Valuing Complexity, Joseph A. Tainter; Debating Complexity: proceedings of the 26th Annual Chacmool Conference

Evolving Complexity and Environmental Risk in the Prehistoric Southwest, Joseph A. Tainter and B. B. Tainter; Santa Fe Institute, Studies in the Sciences of Complexity, Proceedings Volume XXIV.

Riverine Settlement in the Evolution of Prehistoric Land-Use Systems in the Middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, Joseph A. Tainter and B. B. Tainter; Desired Future Conditions for Southwestern Riparian Ecosystems: Bringing Interests and Concerns Together

Maize-Legume Intercropping in the Semi-Arid Sidamo Region, Ethiopia, Alemseged Yohannes, G. W. King, David Layne Coppock, and J. C. Tothill; South African Journal of Plants and Soil

Maize-Legume Intercropping in the Semi-Arid Sidamo Region, Ethiopia. II. Legume Response, Alemseged Yohannes, G. W. King, David Layne Coppock, and J. C. Tothill; South African Journal of Plants and Soil

1995

Conflicting Attitudes of Local People and Conservation Officials in Kenya, John S. Akama, Christopher L. Lant, and G. Wesley Burnett; Natural Resources and Society

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The Changing Role of Wilderness in Ecosystem Management, Mark W. Brunson; International Journal of Wilderness

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The Wisdom of the Spotted Owl: Policy Lessons for a New Century, Mark W. Brunson; Western Journal of Applied Forestry

Redefining "Multiple Use": Agency Responses to Changing Social Values, Mark W. Brunson and J. J. Kennedy; A New Century for Natural Resources Management.

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Break-Out Session 3: the Northern Rockies, Mark W. Brunson and R. Reese; Natural Resources and Environmental Issues

Identifying Issues, Concerns, and Opportunities for Utah's Privately Owned Rangelands Under Ecosystem Management, Mark W. Brunson, K J. Richardson, and G. A. Rasmussen

Possibilities for Pastoralism: The Case of Southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock; Possibilities for pastoralism: The case of southern Ethiopia. Invited paper (no abstract) presented in a session entitled "Growing Food to Meet Future Needs

Utah Private Grazing Lands: New Roles for Improved Pastures, David Layne Coppock; Utah Private Grazing Lands: New Roles for Improved Pastures

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Conflicts in Natural Resources Management: Integrating Social and Ecological Concerns., Joanna Endter-Wada and Robert J. Lilieholm; Natural Resources and Environmental Issues (NREI)

Introduction: Ecosystem Research in a Human Context, D. M. Finch and Joseph A. Tainter; Ecology, Diversity, and Sustainability of the Middle Rio Grande Basin

Clear Lake deer herd assessment, G. A. Giusti and Robert H. Schmidt; University of California Cooperative Extension and California Department of Fish and Game

The Role of NIMBY Groups in 22 Sanitary Landfill Sitings in Illinois, Christopher L. Lant; Environmental Professional

Urban vs. Rural Interests in the 1990 Missoury Natural Streams Act, Christopher L. Lant and J. D. Corbin

The Potential of the 1990 Farm Bill to Conserve and Restore Wetlands in Cornbelt Watersheds, Christopher L. Lant and S. E. Kraft; Versatility of Wetlands in the Agricultural Landscape

Enrollment of Filter Strips and Recharge Areas in the CRP and USDA Easement Programs, Christopher L. Lant, Steven E. Kraft, and Keith R. Gillman; Journal of Soil and Water Conservation