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2006

Changes in Land Cover and Soil Conditions for the Yabelo District of the Borano Plateau, S. Mesele, H. Gebrekidan, L. Gizachew, and David Layne Coppock; Research Brief 06-06-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Dependency Syndrome Among Baringo Residents? Evidence from Community Perceptions Concerning the Restoration of Key Ecological Resources, M. Mutinda, A. A. Aboud, and David Layne Coppock; Research Brief 06-10-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Open Spaces, Working Places, J. Resnik, G. Wallace, Mark W. Brunson, and J. Mitchell; Rangelands

Bridging Borders: Organizing Short-Term Agricultural Communication Study Abroad Programs, E. Rhoades, Roslynn Brain, R. Telg, T. Irani, and O. Roberts; Journal of Applied Communications

Strengthening the Voice: Florida Farm Bureau Organizational Management, R. Rudd, Roslynn Brain, and E. Kaufman; The Florida Farm Bureau: Gainesville, FL

Benefit-Based Audience Segmentation: A Tool for Identifying Non-Industrial Private Forest (NIPF) Owner Education Needs, O. Salmon, Mark W. Brunson, and M. Kuhns

Don't Throw Out the Baby With the Bathwater, Robert H. Schmidt; Science

Learning from the past and preparing for the future: managing wildlife crises, Robert H. Schmidt, T. Mansfield, and T. J. DeLiberto; Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

Ecology, Biodiversity, Management, and Restoration of Aspen in the Sierra Nevada, W. Shepperd, Paul C. Rogers, D. Burton, and D. Bartos

Building Sustainable Recreation-Planning Decisions on Federal Lands: The Role of Authentic Public Participation in Southern Utah, M. Thomas, David Layne Coppock, D. Blahna, and S. Daniels; Building sustainable recreation planning decisions on federal lands: The role of authentic public participation in southern Utah

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Fire and Fuel Management Communication Strategies: Citizen Evaluations of Agency Outreach Programs, E. Toman, B. Shindler, and Mark W. Brunson; Society and Natural Resources

The new internet center for wildlife damage management, S. Vantassel, S. E. Hygnstrom, P. D. Curtis, Robert H. Schmidt, G. K. Yarrow, and R. Smith; Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference

2005

Agro-Pastoralists' Wrath for the Prosopis Tree: The Case of the IL Chamus of Baringo District, Kenya, A. A. Aboud, P. K. Kisoyan, and David Layne Coppock; Research Brief 05-02-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Summary report: Utah residentsʼ attitudes towards gray wolves, A. R. Berentsen and Robert H. Schmidt; Final Report: Study No. 03-0325

Exploring the Soft Side of Capacity Development: Using Facilitation to Solve an Information Communication Technology (ICT) Problem, Roslynn Brain, K. Hyland, F. Kutuadu, E. Kent, K. Moyer, and C. Pitt; capacity.org

Using Facilitation to Solve an ICT Problem, Roslynn Brain, K. Hyland, F. Kutuadu, E. Kent, K. Moyer, and C. Pitt; The Communication Initiative

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Badly Burned? Effects of an Escaped Prescribed Burn on Social Acceptability of Wildland Fuels Treatments, Mark W. Brunson and J. Evans; Journal of Forestry

Project Alpaca, L. Buttolph and David Layne Coppock; International Camelid Quarterly

Integrating Bio-Physical and Social Science in Sustainability Research: An International Perspective for a Pastoral Society, David Layne Coppock; Integrating bio-physical and social sciences in sustainability research: An international perspective for a pastoral society

Merging Ecological and Social Sciences to Combat Poverty in the Ethiopian Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; Merging ecological and social sciences to combat poverty in the Ethiopian rangelands

Mitigating Recurrent Drought Crises in the Southern Ethiopian Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; Mitigating recurrent drought crises in the southern Ethiopian rangelands. Invited paper presented at a Symposium entitled, ―The Science of Agriculture and Food in Times of Crisis

The PARIMA Project: Overview, David Layne Coppock; The PARIMA Project: Overview

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Agro-Pastoralists’ Wrath for the Prosopis Tree: The Case of the Il Chamus of Baringo District, Kenya, David Layne Coppock, Abdillahi A. Aboud, and Phillip K. Kisoyan; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Linking Pastoralists and Exporters in a Livestock Marketing Chain: Recent Experiences from Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock, Solomon Desta, Getachew Gebru, and Seyoum Tezera; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Degree of Sedentarization Affects Risks and Conflicts for the Waso Boran in Northern Kenya, David Layne Coppock, Abdullahi D. Jillo, Mark N. Mutinda, and Abdilla A. Aboud; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Avenues for Enhancing Traditional Livelihoods from Grasslands; Income Diversification Among Pastoral Women's Groups in Southern Ethiopia, S. Desta, David Layne Coppock, S. Tezera, and G. Gebru; Avenues for enhancing traditional livelihoods from grasslands: Income diversification among pastoral women’s groups in southern Ethiopia

Institutional Innovation and Market Linkages: The Case of Pastoral Marketing Groups in Southern Ethiopia, S. Desta, G. Gebru, S. Tezera, and David Layne Coppock; Institutional innovations and market linkages: the case of pastoral marketing groups in southern Ethiopia

Linking Pastoralists and Exporters in a Livestock Marketing Chain: Recent Experiences from Ethiopia, S. Desta, G. Gebru, S. Tezera, and David Layne Coppock; Research Brief 05-06-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Adaptations by Long-Term Commercial Fishing Families in the California Bight: Coping with Changing Coastal Ecological and Social Systems, Joanna Endter-Wada and Sean Keenan; Human Organization

The Gombe School of Environment and Society in Tanzania: Progress report for Project Phase I, Y. Fubusa, T. L. Sharik, and David Layne Coppock; The Gombe School of Environment & Society in Tanzania: Progress report for project phase I

The Gombe School of Environment and Society in Tanzania: Proposed Activity for Project Phase I, Y. Fubusa, T. L. Sharik, and David Layne Coppock; The Gombe School of Environment & Society in Tanzania: Proposed activity for project phase I

Goats- a Pathway to Food Security. The Case of Pastoral Women's Groups from Southern Ethiopia, G. Gebru, S. Desta, S. Tezera, and David Layne Coppock; Goats—a pathway to food security: The case of pastoral women’s groups from southern Ethiopia

Institutional Innovations for Pastoral Access to Emerging Export Markets for Sheep and Goats: A Case from East African Rangelands, G. Gebru, S. Desta, S. Tezera, and David Layne Coppock; Institutional innovations for pastoral access to emerging export markets for sheep and goats: A case from the East African rangelands

Human Dimensions of Watershed Management: Organization and Implementation of the Little Bear River Project in Utah, S. Huckett and David Layne Coppock; Human dimensions of watershed management: Organization and implementation of the Little Bear River Project in Utah

Of Grasslands and Guns: Natural-Resource Based Conflict Among the Waso Borana Pastoralists of Northern Kenya, A. D. Jillo, A. A. Aboud, and David Layne Coppock; Of grasslands and guns: natural-resource based conflict among the Waso Borana pastoralists of northern Kenya

Degree of Sedentarization Affects Risks and Conflicts for the Waso Boran in Northern Kenya, A. D. Jillo, M. Mutinda, A. A. Aboud, and David Layne Coppock; Research Brief 05-08-PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Socioeconomic Responses to Silvicultural Alternatives, R. L. Johnson, M. Shelby, Mark W. Brunson, and J. Leahy; College of Forestry Integrated Research Project: Ecological and Socioeconomic Responses to Alternative Silvicultural Treatments

Rebuilding the Capacity to Burn: Community Development and Rangeland Productivity, E. LaMalfa and David Layne Coppock; Ruminations - article of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Use of Prescribed Fire in Rangeland Management., E. LaMalfa and David Layne Coppock; Use of Prescribed Fire in Rangeland Management. Training manual for a short-course

Forest Health Monitoring in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Kenya and Tanzania: A Baseline Report from Select Forest Reserves, S. Madoffe, J. Mwang'ombe, B. O'Connell, Paul C. Rogers, G. Hertel, and J. Mwangi

Community Perceptions of Vulnerable Key Ecological Resources in Baringo, Kenya, M. N. Mutinda, A. A. Aboud, and David Layne Coppock; Community perceptions of vulnerable key ecological resources in Baringo, Kenya.

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Women's Community-Based Organizations, Conservation Projects, and Effective Land Control in Southern Mexico, Claudia Anne Radel; Journal of Latin American Geography

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How About It, Writer?, Charles Romesburg

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Changes in Recreation Quality After Harvest: A Decade of Ratings for Six Silviculture Treatments, B. Shelby, J. Thompson, Mark W. Brunson, and R. L. Johnson; Journal of Environmental Management

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Evaluating Public Responses to Wildland Fuels Management: Factors that Influence Acceptance of Practices and Decisions, B. Shindler and Mark W. Brunson

Building Sustainable Recreation-Planning Decisions on Federal Lands: The Role of Authentic Public Participation in Southern Utah, M. Thomas, David Layne Coppock, and D. Blahna; Building sustainable recreation-planning decisions on federal lands: The role of authentic public participation in southern Utah

Building Sustainable Recreation-Planning Decisions on Federal Lands: The Role of Authentic Public Participation in Southern Utah, M. Thomas, David Layne Coppock, and D. Blahna; Building sustainable recreation-planning decisions on federal lands: The role of authentic public participation in southern Utah

Building Sustainable Recreation-Planning Decisions on Federal Lands: The Role of Authentic Public Participation in Southern Utah, USA, M. Thomas, David Layne Coppock, and D. Blahna; Building sustainable recreation-planning decisions on federal lands: The role of authentic public participation in southern Utah, USA

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Conservation Attitudes of Rural Landowners near Fort Hood, Texas, S. Wilmot and Mark W. Brunson

2004

Pastoralism in Kenya and the Policy Environment: Linking Research, Development Actors, and Decision-Makers, A. A. Aboud, G. Gebru, S. Desta, and David Layne Coppock; Pastoral Risk Management (PARIMA) Project of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

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Geographic Variation in Social Acceptability of Wildland Fuels Management in the Western U.S., Mark W. Brunson and B. A. Shindler; Society and Natural Resources

Influence of Deferred Grazing on Vegetation Dynamics and Livestock Productivity in an Andean Pastoral System, L. Buttolph and David Layne Coppock; Journal of Applied Ecology

Human Subjects Awareness Training for Agro-Ecological Researchers, David Layne Coppock; Human subjects awareness training for agro-ecological researchers

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; 2003 Annual report for the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Sustaining Pastoralism in Southern Ethiopia: Ecosystem Dynamics, Policy and Development, David Layne Coppock; Sustaining pastoralism in southern Ethiopia: Ecosystem dynamics, policy, and development

The PARIMA Project, David Layne Coppock; The PARIMA project

Trends in Natural Resource Management in the Western USA and Implications for University Curricula and Participatory Research, David Layne Coppock; Trends in natural resource management in the western USA and implications for university curricula and participatory research.

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Pastoral Risk Management in Southern Ethiopia: Observations from Pilot Projects based on Participatory Community Assessments, David Layne Coppock, Solomon Desta, Seyoum Tezera, and rancis K. Lelo; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Pastoralism Under Pressure: Tracking System Change in Southern Ethiopia, S. Desta and David Layne Coppock; Human Ecology

Tracking Changes in Southern Ethiopia: Are Pastoral System Dynamics Predictable?, S. Desta and David Layne Coppock; Tracking changes in southern Ethiopia: Are pastoral system dynamics predictable?

PARIMA UPDATE. article of the Pastoral Risk Management Project of the GL-CRSP, S. Desta, David Layne Coppock, A. Aboud, A. Tezera, G. Gebru, and D. Amosha; Pastoral Risk Management Project of the GL-CRSP

Pastoral Risk Management in Southern Ethiopia: Observations from Pilot Development Projects Based on Participatory Community Assessments, S. Desta, David Layne Coppock, S. Tezera, and K. F. Lelo; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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Adoption of Range Management Innovations by Utah Ranchers, E. A. Didier and Mark W. Brunson; Journal of Range Management

Pastoralism in Ethiopia and the Policy Environment: Linking Research, Development Actors, and Decision-Makers., G. Gebru, S. Desta, and David Layne Coppock; Pastoral Risk Management (PARIMA) Project of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Stochastic Wealth Dynamics and Risk Management Among a Poor Population, T. Lybbert, C. Barrett, and David Layne Coppock; The Economic Journal

Modeling local governance, local economic development, and social welfare at the municipal level in Bolivia, Zhao Ma; Master’s thesis

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Cluster Analysis for Researchers, Charles Romesburg; Cluster Analysis For Researchers

Do Utah Beef Producers Primarily Manage for Drought Risk?, L. Sainsbury, D. Snyder, and David Layne Coppock; Do Utah beef producers primarily manage for drought risk?

A bone to pick, Robert H. Schmidt; Audubon

Social Acceptability in Forest and Range Management, B. A. Shindler and Mark W. Brunson; Society and Natural Resources: A Summary of Knowledge

Reporting Plan for the Forest Health Monitoring Program of the USDA Forest Service: Guidelines for State, Multi-State and National Reports, J. Steinman, D. Bridgewater, B. Burns, J. Cummings-Carlson, B. Conkling, W. McWilliams, K. Ripley, Paul C. Rogers, M. Schomaker, R. Trickel, and J. Vissage

Proceedings of the Fourth Cross-Border Collaboration, Activity Harmonization, and Information Sharing Workshop for Kenya and Ethiopia, C. Tadecha, S. Desta, S. Tezera, G. Gebru, D. Amosha, and David Layne Coppock; Proceedings of the Fourth Cross-Border Collaboration, Activity Harmonization, and Information Sharing Workshop for Kenya and Ethiopia

Great Salt Lake Region, Alternative Futures, Richard E. Toth, T. C. Edwards, and R. J. Lilieholm; Final Report: Utah State University

2003

Kenya's Pastoral Development Policies, The Unfortunate History and Hope for the Future., A. A. Aboud, M. Mutinda, M. Ochieng Odhiambo, S. Desta, and David Layne Coppock; African Journal of Range & Forage Science (Special Edition for the Seventh International Rangelands Congress)

Livestock Pricing in the Northern Kenyan Rangelands, C. Barrett, D. Chabari, D. Bailey, P. Little, and David Layne Coppock; Journal of African Economies

Effects of a Coyote Bounty Program on Hunters’ and Trappers’ Behavior, R. Bartel and Mark W. Brunson; Wildlife Society Bulletin

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Long-Range Transportation Planning in Utah: Executive Summary, Dale Blahna, Joanna Endter-Wada, Steven W. Burr, Michael Butkus, Douglas Gibbons, Christina Klien, Judith Krtuzman, and Douglas Reiter

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Crisis, Context, and the Reluctant Socialization of the Range Profession, Mark W. Brunson

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Recreationist Responses to Livestock Grazing in a New National Monument, Mark W. Brunson and L. Gilbert; Journal of Range Management

Humans and Ecosystem Dynamics in the Southern Ethiopian Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; Humans and ecosystem dynamics in the southern Ethiopian rangelands

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; 2003 Annual report for the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; 2002 Annual report for the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program (GL-CRSP)

Overview of the PARIMA Project and Relevant Issues, David Layne Coppock; Overview of the PARIMA project and relevant issues. presentation at a meeting entitled ―Kenyan Pastoralists and the Policy Environment: Linking Research with Decision-Making

Overview of the PARIMA Project and Relevant Issues, David Layne Coppock; Overview of the PARIMA project and relevant issues. presentation at a meeting entitled ―Ethiopian Pastoralists and the Policy Environment: Linking Research with Decision-Making

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands (PARIMA), David Layne Coppock and A. A. Aboud; Improving pastoral risk management on East African rangelands (PARIMA)

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Pastoralism Under Pressure: Tracking System Change in Southern Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock and Solomon Desta; Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

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For Pastoralists the Risk May Be in the Drinking Water: The Case of Kargi, N. Kenya, David Layne Coppock and William A. Shivoga; PARIMA. Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Pastoral Risk Management in Southern Ethiopia: Observations from Pilot Development Projects Based on Participatory Community Assessments, S. Desta, David Layne Coppock, S. Tezera, and F. Lelo; Rangelands in the New Millennium—Proceedings of the Seventh International Rangelands Congress

Pastoral Risk Management in Southern Ethiopia: Observations from Pilot Development Projects Based on Participatory Rural Appraisals, S. Desta, David Layne Coppock, S. Tezera, and F. Lelo; African Journal of Range & Forage Science (Special Edition for the Seventh International Rangelands Congress)

Proceedings of the Third Cross-Border Collaboration, Activity Harmonization, and Information Sharing Workshop, S. Desta, S. Tezera, G. Gebru, C. Tadecha, D. Amosha, S. Adi, I. Adan, and David Layne Coppock; Proceedings of the Third Cross-Border Collaboration, Activity Harmonization, and Information Sharing Workshop

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Linkages to Public Land Framework and Data Analysis, Joanna Endter-Wada, Dale Blahna, Robert Morris, Robert Peterson, and Theresa Selfa

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Long-Range Transportation Planning in Utah: Summary of Research Results from Interviews and Focus Groups, Joanna Endter-Wada, Judith Kurtzman, Michael Butkus, Dale Blahna, Christina Klien, Steven W. Burr, Douglas Gibbons, and Douglas Reiter

Managing Risk in Pastoral System: Research and Outreach Experiences of the PARIMA Project in Southern Ethiopia and Northern Kenya, G. Gebru and David Layne Coppock; Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Conference of the Ethiopian Society of Animal Production (ESAP)

Comparison of socio-economic indicators between Puerto Rico and the United States mainland: analysis of the Census 2000, R. Godoy, J. Bauchet, and Zhao Ma; Working Paper No.10 Center for International Development

Comparative Community-Based Processes in Natural Resource Management: Stakeholder Participation and Watershed Analysis on the Little Bear River, Utah, USA, and River Njoro, Rift Valley Province, Kenya, S. Huckett, David Layne Coppock, F. Lelo, and W. Shivoga; African Journal of Range & Forage Science (Special Edition for the Seventh International Rangelands Congress)

Comparing Processes of Stakeholder Participation in Community-Based Watershed Programs: The Little Bear River, Utah, USA, and River Njoro, Rift Valley Province, Kenya, S. Huckett, David Layne Coppock, W. Shivoga, F. Lelo, and S. Miller; Proceedings of the Seventh International Rangelands Congress

Population and Land Use Change in the California Mojave: Natural Habitat Implications of Alternative Futures, L. M. Hunter, M. Gonzalez, M. Stevenson, K. Karish, Richard E. Toth, T. Edwards, R. Lilieholm, and M. Cablk; Population Research and Policy Review

Utah Forest Health Report: A Baseline Assessment, 1999-2001, C. Keyes, Paul C. Rogers, L. LaMadeleine, V. Applegate, and D. Atkins

Improved Management of Pastoral Risks: Perspectives from Northern Kenya and Southern Ethiopia, F. Lusenaka, A. A. Aboud, and David Layne Coppock; African Journal of Range & Forage Science (Special Edition for the Seventh International Rangelands Congress)

Lichen Communities Indicator Results from Idaho: Baseline Sampling, P. Neitlich, Paul C. Rogers, and R. Rosentreter