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1997

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

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)

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

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

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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

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

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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)

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

Public attitudes toward predators in Texas, D. Reiter, M. W. Brunson, and Robert H. Schmidt; Coyotes in the Southwest: A Compendium of our Knowledge

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Public Attitudes Toward Predators in Texas, D. K. Reiter, Mark W. Brunson, and R. H. Schmidt; Proceedings, Coyotes in the Southwest: a compendium of our knowledge.

Gender effects on views of wildlife professionals about wildlife management, W. A. Sanborn and Robert H. Schmidt; The Wildlife Society Bulletin

Academic lessons, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Animal welfare considerations, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Management complexities - birds, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

The professional touch: wildlife damage assessment - a critical step in management, Robert H. Schmidt; ADC: The Magazine for Animal Damage Control Professionals

The professional touch: wildlife damage management - an enduring profession, Robert H. Schmidt; ADC: The Magazine for Animal Damage Control Professionals

The public is not our enemy, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Whoʼs in charge? Sharing duties with the public, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Wildlife relocation impacts both animals and humans, Robert H. Schmidt; The Probe

Role of Plant Defense in the Utilization of Native Browse in Southern Ethiopia, A. Woodward and David Layne Coppock; Agroforestry Systems

1994

Forest Mensuration, W. Bechtold, Paul C. Rogers, V. LaBau, and W. McLain; Forest Health Monitoring 1994 Field Methods Guide

Adoption of Range Innovations in Utah II: Influence of System, Personal, and Innovation Attributes, A. H. Birkenfeld and David Layne Coppock; Adoption of range innovations in Utah. II: Influence of system, personal, and innovation attributes

Adoption of Range Innovations in Utah I: Production System Structure and Producer Diversity, A. H. Birkenfeld and David Layne Coppock; Adoption of range innovations in Utah. I: Production system structure and producer diversity

Effects of Information and Post- Harvest Recovery Time on Perceived Scenic Quality of Managed Forest Stands, Mark W. Brunson and D. K. Reiter

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National Public Attitudes Toward Federal Rangeland Management, Mark W. Brunson and B. S. Steel; Rangelands

The Borana Plateau of Southern Ethiopia: Synthesis of Pastoral Research, Development and Change, David Layne Coppock; International Livestock Centre for Africa, Addis Ababa

Factors Influencing Adoption of Ranch and Range Management Innovations in Utah and Possible Relationships to Sustainability, David Layne Coppock and A. H. Birkenfeld; Proceedings of a Symposium entitled "Sustainability of Range Livestock Production Systems in the West

Technology Transfer: Attitudes and Values of Ranchers/Landowners, David Layne Coppock, G. A. Rasmussen, and A. H. Birkenfeld; Technology transfer: Attitudes and values of ranchers/landowners

Unwanted guests: evicting bats from human dwellings, V. DePaepe and Robert H. Schmidt; Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference

Diet, Nutrition, and the Pastoral Strategy, K. A. Galvin, David Layne Coppock, and P. W. Leslie; African Pastoralist Systems: An Integrated Approach

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Using Image Capture Technology to Assess Scenic Value at the Urban/Forest Interface: A Case Study, R. L. Johnson, Mark W. Brunson, and T. Kimura; Journal of Environmental Management

Fruit Production of Acacia Tortilis and A. Nilotica in Semi-Arid Ethiopia, Atsedu Menwyelet, David Layne Coppock, and J. K. Detling; Agroforestry Systems

Revised Draft Community Histories: Igiugig, Kokhanok, Levelock, and South Naknek, J. M. Morris

Community Ethnographic Summaries: Igiugig, Kokhanok, Levelock, and South Naknek, J. M. Morris, S. P. Keenan, and M. Hanewald

Foxes, R. L. Phillips and Robert H. Schmidt; Prevention and Control of Wildlife Damage

Policy considerations for contraception in wildlife management, W. A. Sanborn, Robert H. Schmidt, and H. C. Freeman; Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference

A new philosophy, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Closing comments, Endangered Species "Pesticide" Protection Programs, Robert H. Schmidt; Endangered species “pesticide” protection programs

Does the wildlife damage management profession need a code of ethics?, Robert H. Schmidt; The Probe

How many people are involved in wildlife management?, Robert H. Schmidt; The Probe

More on a new philosophy for wildlife damage management, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

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

The professional touch: emerging challenges - AVMAʼs criteria for euthanasia, Robert H. Schmidt; ADC: The Magazine for Animal Damage Control Professionals

The professional touch: emerging challenges - euthanasia, Robert H. Schmidt; ADC: The Magazine for Animal Damage Control Professionals

The “video test” mentality, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

WDAMAGE: announcing a new resource for wildlife damage managers, Robert H. Schmidt; The Probe

What is wildlife damage management?, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

Who should educate the public?, Robert H. Schmidt; Wildlife Control Technology

1993

Calf Feeding Ecology and Resource Management by Boran Pastoralists in the Southern Ethiopian Rangelands, Menwyelet Atsedu, J. K. Detling, and David Layne Coppock; Calf feeding ecology and resource management by Boran pastoralists in the southern Ethiopian rangelands

A plannerʼs guide for oak woodlands, C. Bleier, C. Bolsinger, L. Huntsinger, D. McCreary, P. Muick, Robert H. Schmidt, T. Scott, R. Standiford, T. Swiecki, and W. Tietje; Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program

Public Acceptability of Management Practices and Conditions in Pacific Northwest "Matrix" Forests, Mark W. Brunson