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2012

Yosemite National Park trampling study. Final project report., Christopher Monz and A. D'Antonio

International Recreation Ecology Workshop at Griffith University, Australia, Christopher Monz, J. Marion, and Y-F Leung

Outcomes of conservation alliances with women’s community-based organizations in southern Mexico, Claudia Anne Radel; Society & Natural Resources

Migración, género y tenencia de la tierra: Identidades femeninas complejas en el sector rural de Calakmul, B. Schmook, Claudia Radel, C. Mendez, J. McEvoy, and P. Petrzelka; Género y Migración en México

Dimensions of Alternative Transportation Experience in Yosemite and Rocky Mountain National Parks, D. Taff, P. Newman, D. Pettebone, D. White, S. Lawson, Christopher Monz, and W. Vagias; Journal of Transport Geography

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Spatial Conversions and Alternative Futures: SITLA / BLM: a Preliminary Analysis, Richard E. Toth

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Urban Edibles: Ornamentals, H. Waldbillig and Roslynn Brain; USU Extension Publication

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Vermicomposting, H. Waldbillig and Roslynn Brain; USU Extension Publication

2011

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Cattle Ranchers and Conservation Easements, Roslynn Brain; The College of Natural Resources Fall Seminar Series, USU, Logan, UT

Environmental and Health Risks Associated With Plastic Water Bottles, Roslynn Brain; "Tapped" Documentary and Panel Discussion, USU, Logan, UT

Mapping Sustainability in Cache County, Roslynn Brain; ENVS 1990: Professional Orientation for Environment and Society, USU, Logan, UT

Natural Resources Interpretation: Strategies For Success, Roslynn Brain; ENVS 4600/6600: Natural Resource Interpretation, USU, Logan, UT

Sustainability in Gardening and Eating, Roslynn Brain; The 2011 Utah State Master Gardener Conference: The American West Heritage Center, Wellsville, UT

Sustainability Theory and Application, Roslynn Brain; ENVS 2340: Natural Resources Policy and Economics, USU, Logan, UT

Sustainable Communities and USU Extension, Roslynn Brain; The Northern and Southern Region Extension Meetings: Kaysville & Richfield, UT

Moving From Thought to Action, Roslynn Brain and B. Armstrong; The 8th Annual Bioneers Sustainability Conference: USU Eccles Conference Center, Logan, UT

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Chapter 9. A Social and Economic Assessment of Rangeland Conservation Practices, Mark W. Brunson; Conservation Benefits of Rangeland Practices: Assessment, Recommendations, and Knowledge Gaps

Effects of tax policies on family forest owners, B. Butler, P. Catanzaro, J. Greene, J. Hewes, M. A. Kilgore, D. B. Kittredge, Zhao Ma, and M. Tyrell; Paper presented at the Society of American Foresters National Convention, Honolulu, HI

Family forest owner trends in the northern United States, B. J. Butler and Zhao Ma; Northern Journal of Applied Forestry

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Achieving Real Development Impact among Pastoralists: Lessons from Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock; Proceedings of the IX International Rangelands Congress (IRC), Diverse Rangelands for a Sustainable Society

Improved Drought Preparedness Among Utah Ranchers: Paving the Way for Climate Change Adaptation?, David Layne Coppock; Improved drought preparedness among Utah ranchers: Paving the way for climate change adaptation?

Pastoral Women Transform Impoverished Communities in Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock; S, Desta; S. Tezera; and G. Gebru; Pastoral women transform impoverished communities in Ethiopia

Carbon Offsets for Utah Ranchers? Sequestrations Potential of Deeded Lands and Implications for Policy and Management, David Layne Coppock and Z. Ma; Carbon offsets for Utah ranchers? Sequestration potential of deeded lands and implications for policy and management.

Achieving Real Development Impact Among Pastoralists: Lessons from Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock, S. Tezera, S. Desta, and G. Gebru; Achieving real development impact among pastoralist: Lessons from Ethiopia

Policy Influences and Land Use, David Layne Coppock and S. Villagra; Policy influences and land use. Co-chairs and discussion leaders of technical session 3.4 (Policy Influences and Land Use),

Carbon offsets for Utah ranchers?, D. L. Coppock, Zhao Ma, T. Monaco, D. Snyder, H. van Miegroet, and G. Cardon; Carbon offsets for Utah ranchers?

The Consequences of backcountry surface disposal of human waste in an alpine, temperate forest and arid environment, M. D. Ells and Christopher Monz; Journal of Environmental Management

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Linkages to Public Land Framework: Toward Embedding Humans in Ecosystem Analyses by Using “Inside-Out Social Assessment", Joanna Endter-Wada and D. J. Blahna; Ecological Applications

Quantifying Urban Landscape Water Conservation Potential Using High Resolution Remote Sensing and GIS, F. A. Farag, Christopher Neale, Roger Kjelgren, and Joanna Endter-Wada; Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing

Monitoring Vegetation Changes in Historical Photos over a 45+ Year Period in the Adirondack Alpine Zone, J. Goren and Christopher Monz; Adirondack Journal of Environmental Sutdues

Integrating Disciplines to Identify Factors Affecting Adoption of Soil and Water Conservation Practices, S. Huckett and David Layne Coppock; Integrating disciplines to identify factors affecting adoption of soil and water conservation practices. Volunteer abstract

Development of Campsite Monitoring Protocols in Kenai Fjords, F. Klasner, Christopher Monz, and J. Cusick; Alaska Park Science

Modeling the effects of shuttle service on transportation system performance and visitor experience quality in Rocky Mountain National Park, S. Lawson, R. Chamberlin, J. Choi, B. Swanson, B. Kiser, P. Newman, Christopher Monz, D. Pettebone, and L. Gamble; Transportation Research Record

How family forest owners consider timber harvesting, land sale, and conservation easement decisions: insights from Massachusetts, USA, Zhao Ma and D. B. Kittredge; International Journal of Forestry Research

Estimating visitor’s travel mode choices in Rocky Mountain National Park, D. Pettebone, P. Newman, S. Lawson, L. Hunt, Christopher Monz, and J. Zwiefka; Journal of Transport Geography

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Becoming farmers: Opening spaces for women’s resource control in Calakmul, Mexico, Claudia Radel; Latin American Research Review

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Gendered livelihoods and the politics of socio-environmental identity: Women’s participation in conservation projects in Calakmul, Mexico, Claudia Radel; Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography

Do fish feel pain?, Robert H. Schmidt; Animal Welfare Institute Quarterly

Surviving the coqui chorale, Robert H. Schmidt; Honolulu Weekly

Alternative Futures: Energy and Habitat, Research in Regional Development, Temis G. Taylor and Richard E. Toth; The International Journal of Science in Society

Alternative Futures For the Upper Colorado River Ecosystem: Phase II, Temis G. Taylor and Richard E. Toth; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Report

Wasatch Back - Summit County Alternative Futures Study, Richard E. Toth, M. Esplin, S. Frost, T. Wright, and K. Young; Final Project Report

Campsite Conditions In Prince William Sound: Understanding The Trends And Characteristics Of Shoreline Recreation Impacts, P. Twardock and Christopher Monz; A Prince William Sound Case Study of Science-‐‐based Strategies for Managing Human Use

Tradeoffs among resource, social, and managerial conditions on mountain summits of the Northern Forest, C. J. Van Riper, R. E. Manning, Christopher Monz, and K. A. Goonan; Leisure Sciences

2010

Fostering Effective and Sustainable Behavior Change, Roslynn Brain; ALDR 7070: Program Development for Agricultural Leaders, University of Georgia, Athens, GA

Predicting Engagement in a Conservation Easement Agreement: Tools for Extension, Roslynn Brain, T. Irani, and G. Israel; The 7th Annual of the Association of Natural Resources Education Program

Are gray wolves endangered in the Northern Rocky Mountains? A role for social science in endangered species listing determinations, J. Bruskotter, E. Toman, S. Enzler, and Robert H. Schmidt; BioScience

Gray wolves not out of the woods yet, J. Bruskotter, E. Toman, S. Enzler, and Robert H. Schmidt; Science

Effects of Federal, State, and Local Tax Policies on Family Forest Owners: Technical Report, B. J. Butler, J. H. Hewes, P. Catanzaro, J. L. Greene, M. A. Kilgore, D. B. Kittredge, J. Langer, Zhao Ma, A. Reuben, and M. Tyrrell; Technical Report. USDA Forest Service/University of Massachusetts

Social versus biophysical availability of wood in the northern United States, B. J. Butler, Zhao Ma, D. B. Kittredge, and P. Catanzaro; Northern Journal of Applied Forestry

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Action Research, Knowledge & Impact: Experiences of the Global Livestock CRSP Pastoral Risk Management Project in the Southern Ethiopian Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Factors Limiting Use of Drought Mitigation Tactics Among Utah Cattle Ranchers, David Layne Coppock; Factors limiting use of drought mitigation tactics among Utah cattle ranchers.

Overview of the PARIMA Project, David Layne Coppock; Overview of the PARIMA project.

Production Impacts, Risk Perceptions, and Multi-Year Droughts: Are Utah Ranchers Ready for "The Next Big One?", David Layne Coppock; Production impacts, risk perceptions, and multi-year droughts: Are Utah ranchers ready for “the next big one?

The Quest for Impact: The Transformation of Research from a Traditional to a Participatory Format in Southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock; Proceedings of the Global Livestock CRSP End of Program Conference: ―From Problem Models to Solutions—Learning to Cope in a Risky World,‖

Lessons Learned from Participatory Processes in Ethiopia and Kenya, David Layne Coppock and S. Desta; Lessons learned from participatory processes in Ethiopia and Kenya.

Private Land Owner Attitudes and Perceptions Concerning Carbon Sequestration on Utah Rangelands, David Layne Coppock and Z. Ma; Private land owner attitudes and perceptions concerning carbon sequestration on Utah rangelands.

Private landowner attitudes and perceptions concerning carbon sequestration on Utah rangelands, D. L. Coppock and Zhao Ma; Private landowner attitudes and perceptions concerning carbon sequestration on Utah rangelands

GPS-‐‐based measurements of backcountry visitors in parks and protected areas: Examples of methods and applications from three case studies, A. D'Antonio, Christopher Monz, S. Lawson, and P. Newman; Journal of Park and Recreation Administration

Graduate Students as Evaluation Consultants: Making and Measuring Impact on Natural Resource Extension Programs, N. E. Fuhrman and Roslynn Brain; The 7th Annual of the Association of Natural Resources Education Program

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A Field Guide to Stakeholder Groups for Great Basin Sagebrush Steppe Restoration, S. Hoffmann, Mark W. Brunson, and S. Olsen; Guide to Stakeholder Groups for Great Basin Sagebrush Steppe Restoration

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Implementing Landscape Water Conservation in Public School Institutional Settings: A Case for Situational Problem Solving, Douglas Kilgren, Joanna Endter-Wada, Roger Kjelgren, and Paul Johnson; Journal of the American Water Resources Association

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Untangling a Decline in Tropical Forest Resilience: Constraints on the Sustainability of Shifting Cultivation Across the Globe, Deborah Lawrence, Claudia Anne Radel, Katherine Tully, Birgit Schmook, and Laura Schneider; Biotropica

Bridging the gap between policy and practice: human dimensions of natural resource management, Zhao Ma; Bridging the gap between policy and practice: human dimensions of natural resource management

What affects family forest owner participation in forest conservation programs?, Zhao Ma, B. J. Butler, D. B. Kittredge, and P. Catanzaro; What affects family forest owner participation in forest conservation programs?

Challenging the traditional forestry extension model: insights from a pilot peer learning program in Western Massachusetts, Zhao Ma, D. B. Kittredge, and P. Catanzaro; Challenging the traditional forestry extension model: insights from a pilot peer learning program in Western Massachusetts

Peer learning: a strategy for effective forestry extension and outreach, Zhao Ma, D. B. Kittredge, and P. Catanzaro; Peer learning: a strategy for effective forestry extension and outreach

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The Sagebrush Steppe Treatment Evaluation Project (SageSTEP): A Test of State-and Transition Theory., J. D. McIver, Mark W. Brunson, S. Buntin, J. Chambers, N. Devoe, P. Doescher, J. Grace, D. Johnson, S. Knick, and R. Miller; The Sagebrush Steppe Treatment Evaluation Project (SageSTEP): a test of state-and-transition theory

Sustaining Visitor Use in Protected Areas: Future Opportunities in Recreation Ecology Research Based on the USA Experience, Christopher Monz, D. N. Cole, J. Marion, and Y. F. Leung; Environmental Management

An assesment of recreation impacts in alpine and subalpine areas of Grand Teton National Park: Preliminary Findings, Christopher Monz and A. D'Antonio

A simplified image analysis method for monitoring wilderness campsites, Christopher Monz and P. D. D'Luhosch; International Journal of Wilderness

Assessment and monitoring of recreation impacts and resource conditions on mountain summits: Examples from the Northern Forest, USA, Christopher Monz, J. Marion, K. A. Goonan, R. E. Manning, and J. Wimpey; Mountain Research and Development

A classification of campsites in Prince William Sound, Alaska, USA, Christopher Monz and P. Twardock; Journal of Environmental Management

Modeling the Effects of Alternative Transportation on VERP in Rocky Mountain National Park, Project Completion Report, P. Newman, S. Lawson, and Christopher Monz

Tree Species Diversity, Richness, and Similarity between Exotic and Indigenous Forests in the Cloud Forests of Eastern Arc Mountains, Taita Hills, Kenya, L.M. A. Omoro, P. Pellikka, and Paul C. Rogers; Journal of Forestry Research

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Environment, transnational labor migration, and gender: Case studies from Southern Yucatán, Mexico and Vermont, USA, Claudia Radel, B. Schmook, and S. McCandless; Population and Environment

Faculty Focus, Robert H. Schmidt; Retention and Student Success Newsletter

Local bird spotlight - American robin, Robert H. Schmidt; The Stilt

Emerging Themes in the Ecology and Management of North American Forests, T. L. Sharik, W. Adair, M. Battaglia, F. A. Baker, E. J. Comfort, A. D'Amato, C. DeLong, J. DeRose, M. Ducey, M. Harmon, and Paul C. Rogers; International Journal of Forestry Research

Bear River Watershed: It's Role In Maintaining the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, Richard E. Toth, T. C. Edwards, A. L. Perschon, and D. C. White

Long-‐‐term changes in resource conditions on backcountry campsites in Prince William Sound, Alaska, USA, P. Twardock, Christopher Monz, M. Smith, and S. Colt; Northwest Science

2009

Eleven Years of PARIMA Activities in North-Central Kenya: Impacts on Egerton University and Neighboring Communities, A. A. Aboud, M. Mutinda, S. Muthoka, and David Layne Coppock; Research Brief 09-04-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Simple Cooling Method Improves the Quality of Marketed Camel Milk in Northern Kenya, A. Adongo, F. Wayua, I. Sagella, H. Walaga, C. Amboga, and David Layne Coppock; Research Brief 09-02-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Mitigation Banks: How to Cash in on Development, Roslynn Brain; Florida Agriculture: The Voice of Agriculture in Florida

Characterizing "Good" Teaching in Nonformal Settings, Roslynn Brain, N. E. Fuhrman, and A. M. De Lay; North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Journal

Agricultural and Natural Resources Awareness Programming: Barriers and Benefits as Perceived by County Extension Agents, Roslynn Brain, T. Irani, A. Hodges, and N. E. Fuhrman; Journal of Extension

Rancher Perceptions of Conservation Easements: A Constructivist Study, Roslynn Brain, T. Irani, and M. Monroe; The 38th Annual North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium, Portland, OR

Environmental Identity as a Predictor of Conservation Behavior Among Farmers/Ranchers, Roslynn Brain, M. Monroe, and T. Irani; The 38th Annual North American Association for Environmental Education Research Symposium, Portland, OR

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Behavioral Factors in Rotational Grazing Systems, Mark W. Brunson and E. A. Burritt

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Information Use and Delivery Preferences Among Small-Acreage Owners in Areas of Rapid Exurban Population Growth, Mark W. Brunson and E. A. Price; Journal of Extension

Social and Cognitive Correlates of Utah Residents' Acceptance of the Lethal Control of Wolves, J. T. Bruskotter, Robert H. Schmidt, and J. Vaske; Human Dimensions of Wildlife

Perspectives on Pastoral Risk Management in Southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock; Perspectives on pastoral risk management in southern Ethiopia

The PARIMA Project of the GL-CRSP: Lessons Learned and Thoughts for the Future, David Layne Coppock; The PARIMA project of the GL-CRSP: Lessons Learned and Thoughts for the Future.

The Quest for Impact: The Transformation of Research from a Traditional to a Participatory Format in Southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock; The quest for impact: The transformation of research from a traditional to a participatory format in southern Ethiopia.

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Eleven Years of PARIMA Activities in North-Central Kenya: Impacts on Egerton University and Neighboring Communities, David Layne Coppock, Abdillahi Aboud, Mark Mutinda, and Stellamaris Muthoka; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Simple Cooling Method Improves the Quality of Marketed Camel Milk in Northern Kenya, David Layne Coppock, A. O. Adongo, F. Wayua, I. J. Sagalla, H. K. Walaga, and C. Amboga; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Collective Action and Capacity Building Improves Lives in Southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock and S. Desta; Collective action and capacity building improves lives in southern Ethiopia

Lessons Learned from Participatory Research on the Pastoral Risk Management Project (PARIMA), David Layne Coppock, S. Desta, A. A. Aboud, S. Tezera, G. Gebru, G. Keya, and A. Hussein; Lessons learned from participatory research on the pastoral risk management project (PARIMA)

Lessons Learned from Participatory Research on the Pastoral Risk Management Project (PARIMA), David Layne Coppock, S. Desta, A. A. Aboud, S. Tezerra, G. Gebru, G. Keya, and A. Hussein; Lessons learned from participatory research on the pastoral risk management project (PARIMA)

An Innovation System in the Rangelands: Using Collective Action to Diversify Livelihoods Among Settled Pastoralists in Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock, S. Desta, S. Tezera, and G. Gebru; Innovation Africa: Enriching Farmer’s Livelihoods