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1999

Paper must be accountable, Robert H. Schmidt; The Honolulu Advertiser

The compassionate professional, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Troubling horizon for NADCA?, Robert H. Schmidt; The Probe

Wildlife damage management in Hawai'i, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Changing Natural Resource Paradigms in the United States: Finding Political Reality in Academic Theory, B. Shindler and Mark W. Brunson; Handbook of Global Environmental Policy and Administration.

Risk Management Among the Guji of Southern Ethiopia- Lack of Preparedness Indicated High Vulnerability for Next Drought, Yirgu Tihut and David Layne Coppock; Pages 1, 9-10 in the Fall Issue of Ruminations - article of the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

1998

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Beyond Wilderness: Broadening the Applicability of Limits of Acceptable Change, Mark W. Brunson; Proceedings — Limits of Acceptable Change and related planning processes: progress and future directions.

Social Dimensions of Boundaries: Balancing Cooperation and Self-Interest, Mark W. Brunson; Stewardship Across Boundaries

Equilibrium, Non-Equilibrium, or Both? A Proposed Classification of Pastoral Ecosystems Based on Vegetation and Livestock Dynamics, L. Buttolph and David Layne Coppock; Equilibrium, non-equilibrium, or both? A proposed classification of pastoral ecosystems based on vegetation and livestock dynamics

Utilizing human dimensions information in federal wildlife damage management programs, W. H. Clay and Robert H. Schmidt; Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference

Constraints for Improved Land and Animal Management Among Beef Cattle Producers in Utah., David Layne Coppock; Ruminant Livestock efficiency Program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C

Constraints for Improved Land and Animal Management Among Beef Cattle Producers in Utah., David Layne Coppock; Constraints for improved land and animal management among beef cattle producers in Utah

Desta Completes Borana Pastoral Studies in Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock; Spring Issue of Ruminations - article of the Small Ruminant/Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

First Outreach Workshop on Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands Held in Addis Ababa, David Layne Coppock; Page 8 in the Fall Issue of Ruminations - article of the Small Ruminant/Global Livestock Research Support Program (SR/GL-CRSP)

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands, David Layne Coppock; Improving pastoral risk management on East African Rangelands

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands- First Outreach Workshop for Ethiopia (SR/GL-CRSP), David Layne Coppock; Improving pastoral risk management on East African rangelands - First outreach workshop for Ethiopia (SR/GL-CRSP)

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands- First Outreach Workshop for Kenya (SR/GL-CRSP), David Layne Coppock; Improving pastoral risk management on East African rangelands - first outreach workshop for Kenya (SR/GL-CRSP

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands- First Project Planning Workshop (SR/GL-CRSP), David Layne Coppock; Improving pastoral risk management on East African rangelands - first project planning workshop (SR/GL-CRSP)

Improving Pastoral Risk Management on East African Rangelands- Year 1 Progress report for the SR/GL-CRSP, David Layne Coppock; Improving pastoral risk management on East African rangelands - year 1 Progress report for the SR/GL-CRSP

Review of Utah State University's Involvement in the Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program- Headed "East Africa", David Layne Coppock; page 26 in the Fall Issue of Utah Science

USU PhD Student Wrap-Up Research in Cosapa, Bolivia, David Layne Coppock; Fall Issue of Ruminations - article of the Small Ruminant/Global Livestock Research Support Program (SR/GL-CRSP)

Viability of Forming Community Credit Unions Among Pastoralists in Southern Ethiopian Assessed., David Layne Coppock; Summer Issue of Ruminations - article of the Small Ruminant/Global Livestock Collaborative Research Support Program

Living on the edge: a process for redesigning campgrounds in grizzly bear habitat, M. S. Creachbaum, C. Johnson, and Robert H. Schmidt; Landscape and Urban Planning

Fertility control in coyotes: is it a potential management tool?, T. J. DeLiberto, E. M. Gese, F. F. Knowlton, J. R. Mason, M. R. Conover, L. Miller, Robert H. Schmidt, and M. K. Holland; Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference

Banking Livestock Capital: A Strategy for Pastoral Asset Diversification in Southern Ethiopia, S. Desta and David Layne Coppock; Banking livestock capital: A strategy for pastoral asset diversification in southern Ethiopia

Flavor avoidance learning and its implications in reducing strychnine baiting hazards to non-target animals, A. El Hani, J. R. Mason, D. L. Nolte, and Robert H. Schmidt; Physiology and Behavior

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A Framework for Understanding Social Science Contributions to Ecosystem Management, Joanna Endter-Wada, Dale Blahna, Richard S. Krannich, and Mark W. Brunson; Ecological Applications

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The Interdisciplinary Natural Resource and Environmental Policy Program at Utah State University, Joanna Endter-Wada and Richard S. Krannich; Proceedings of the Second biennial Conference on University Education in Natural Resources. Published in Natural Resources and Environmental Issues (NREI)

Development of an internet center for wildlife damage management (html.www.ianr.unl/wildlife), S. E. Hygnstrom, Robert H. Schmidt, P. D. Curtis, and G. K. Yarrow; Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference

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Landowners’ Educational Needs and How Foresters Can Respond to Them, M. R. Kuhns, Mark W. Brunson, and S. D. Roberts; Journal of Forestry

Lichen Communities for Forest Health Monitoring in Colorado, USA, B. McCune, Paul C. Rogers, A. Ruchty, and B. Ryun

Monitoring recreation resource impacts in two coastal areas of western North America: An initial assessment, Christopher Monz; World Wilderness Congress Proceedings on Research, Management, and Allocation, Vol. I, Proc. RMRS-‐‐P-‐‐4

Coping Strategies of Utah Permittees and Implications for Technology Transfer, R Peterson, David Layne Coppock, and K. C. Olson; Coping strategies of Utah permittees and implications for technology transfer

Colorado Forest Health Report 1992-95: A Baseline Assessment, Paul C. Rogers, M. Schomaker, W. McLain, and S. Johnson

Technical Reporting Plan: Guidelines for Annual Regional Reports, Paul C. Rogers, K. Stolte, B. Burkman, J. Cummings-Carlson, R. Busing, and M. Schomaker

Defending footholds: reactive or proactive?, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

One view of WCT seminar, Robert H. Schmidt; The Probe

Required knowledge, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Solving problems before they occur, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

So you think you manage wildlife!, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Take your place at the table... or else, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

The devil is in the details, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

To relocate or not to relocate -- that is the question, Robert H. Schmidt; Proceedings of the 1998 Joint Fur Resources Workshop and Sixteenth Midwest Furbearer Workshop

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Social Acceptability of Ecosystem Management in the Pacific Northwest, B. S. Steel, B. Shindler, and Mark W. Brunson; Ecosystems Management: A Social Science Perspective

Interdependence of Market Type, Season, Cattle Prices, and Numbers Sold in Dasungu, Malawi, J. P. Workman, P. H.W. Phiri, and David Layne Coppock; Interdependence of market type, season, cattle prices, and numbers sold in Kasungu, Malawi

Cattle Marketing in Malawi, J. P. Workman, P.H. W. Phiri, and David Layne Coppock; Rangelands

1997

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Integrating Environmental and Agricultural Policy: A North American Perspective, Mark W. Brunson

Consensus and Dissension Among Rural and Urban Publics Concerning Federal Forest Management in the Northwest, Mark W. Brunson, B. S. Steel, B. Shindler, and P. List; Public Lands Management in the West: Citizens, Interest Groups and Values.

Grazing Impacts on Three Vegetation Communities in the Bolivian Highlands, L. Buttolph and David Layne Coppock; Grazing impacts on three vegetation communities in the Bolivian highlands

Impacts of Development Innovations on a Traditional Camelid Production System in Bolivia, L. Buttolph and David Layne Coppock; Impacts of development innovations on a traditional camelid production system in Bolivia

Annual report for Bolivia-Sustainable Agropastoral Systems on Marginal Lands: Range Ecology and Range Animal Nutrition, David Layne Coppock; 1996 Annual report for the Small Ruminant Collaborative Research Support Program (SR-CRSP)

Annual report for Ethiopia-Banking Livestock Capital for Pastoral Risk Management and Urban Development in Ethiopia, David Layne Coppock; 1996 Annual report for the Small Ruminant Collaborative Research Support Program (SR-CRSP

Banking Livestock Capital for the Opportunistic Management of Stocking Rates: A Viable Intervention for Pastoral African?, David Layne Coppock; Banking livestock capital for the opportunistic management of stocking rates: A viable intervention for pastoral Africa?

Co-Moderator for a Technical Session on "Rangeland Social Science", David Layne Coppock; Co-moderator for a technical session on "Rangeland Social Science"

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

Diversification of Livestock Assets for Pastoral Risk Management and Regional Development in East Africa, David Layne Coppock; 1997 Annual report for the Small Ruminant/Global Livestock Research Support Program (SR/GL-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

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

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

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

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

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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

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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)