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    2017

    Briske, D.D., Bestelmeyer, B.T., Brown, J.R., Brunson, M.W., Thurow, T.L., & Tanaka, J.A. (2017). Assessment of USDA-NRCS rangeland conservation platforms: Recommendation for an evidence-based conservation platform. Ecological Applications 27: 94-104.

    Guo, T., Moore, R.L., & Smith, J.W. (2017). A review of the use of social-psychological theories in empirical low-impact recreation behavior studies. Leisure Sciences.

    Guo, T., Smith, J.W., Moore, R.L., & Schultz, C. (2017). Integrating off-site visitor education into landscape management and planning: An examination of the timing of educational messaging on compliance with low-impact hiking recommendations. Landscape and Urban Planning.

    Janssen, M.A., & Baggio, J.A. (In Press). Using Agent-Based Models to Compare Behavioral Theories on Experimental Data: Application for Irrigation Games. Journal of Environment Psychology.

    Jones, G.J., Edwards, M.B., Bocarro, J.N., Smith, J.W., & Bunds, K.S. (2017). A structural perspective of cross-sector partnerships involving youth sport non-profit organizations. European Sport Management Quarterly.

    Jones, G.J., Edwards, M.B., Bocarro, J.N., Smith, J.W., & Bunds, K.S. (2017). Collaborative advantages: The role of inter-organizational partnerships for youth sport non-profit organizations. Journal of Sport Management, 3(2), 148-160.

    Lamborn, C., Smith, J.W., & Burr, S.W. (2017). User fees displace low-income outdoor recreationists. Landscape and Urban Planning.

    Sayles, J.S., & Baggio, J.A. (2017). Social-ecological network analysis of scale mismatches in estuary watershed restoration. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), 114(10), E1176-E1785.

    Sayles, J., & Baggio, J.A. (2017). Who collaborates and why: Assessment and diagnostic of governance network integration for salmon restoratoin in Whidbey Basin, Puget Sound, WA. Journal of Environmental Management, 186, 64-78.

    Schoon, M.L., & Baggio, J.A. (2017). The emergence of an environmental governance network: The case of the Arizona Borderlands. Regional Environmental Change, 17(3), 677-689.

    Schwartz, M.W., Hiers, J.K., Davis, F.W., Garfin, G., Jackson, S.T., Terando, A.J., Woodhouse, C.A., Morelli, T.L., Williamson, M.A., & Brunson, M.W. (2017, Accepted). Developing a translational ecology workforce. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

    Smith, J.W., Smart, L.S., Dorning, M.A., Dupey, L.N., Meley, A., & Meentemeyer, R.K. (2017). Bayesian methods to estimate urban growth potential. Landscape and Urban Planning, 163, 1-16. 

    Smith, J.W., Dorning, M.A., Shoemaker, D.A., Meley, A., Dupey, L.N., & Meentemeyer, R.K. (2017). Payments for carbon sequestration to alleviate development pressure in a rapidly urbanizing region. Forest Science.

    Smith, J.W., & Siderelis, C. (2017). Temporal trends in the operating inefficiencies of US state park systems. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism.

    Wolters, E., Steel, B.S., Weston, D., & Brunson, M.W. (2017). Determinants of resident Firewise behaviors in Central Oregon. The Social Science Journal. 

    2016

    Baggio, J.A., Barnett, A., Perez-Ibarra, I., Brady, U., Ratajczyk, E., Rollins, N., Rubiños, C., Shin, H.C., Yu, D.J., Aggarwal, R., Anderies, J.M., Janssen, M.A. (2016). Explaining Success and Failure in the Commons: The Configural Nature of Ostrom’s Institutional Design Principles. International Journal of the Commons, 10(2), 417-439.

    Baggio, J.A., Burnsilver, S., Arenas, A., Magdanz, J., Kofinas, G., & DeDomenico, M. (2016). Multiplex social ecological network analysis reveals how social changes affect community robustness more than resource depletion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), 113(48), 13708-13713.

    Baggio, J.A., & Hillis, V. (2016). Success bias imitation increases the probability of effectively dealing with ecological disturbances. In Roeder, T.M.K., Frazier, P.I., Szechtman, R., Zhou, E., Huschka, T., & Chick, S.E. (eds.) Proceedings of the 2016 Winter Simulation Conference, pp. 1702-1712.

    Brunson, M.W., & Kartchner, H. (2016). Human Dimensions of Invasive Grasses. Exotic Annual Bromus Grasses in Semiarid Ecosystems of the Western U.S.: Assessing Causes, Consequences, and Management Alternatives.  New York: Springer, 409-428 p.

    Brunson, M.W., & Baker, M.A. (2016). Translational Training for Tomorrow’s Environmental Scientists. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 6: 295-299.

    Brunson, M.W., Huntsinger, L., Kreuter, U. & Ritten, J. (2016). Usable Socio-Economic Science for Rangelands. Rangelands, 38(2): 85-89.

    D'Antonio, A.*, Monz, C.A., Larson, N., & Rohman, A. (2016). An Application of Recreation Resource Assessment Techniques to Inform Management Action in an Urban-Proximate Natural Area. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 14:12-21.

    D'antonio, A., & Monz, C.A. (2016). The Influence of Visitor Use Levels on Visitor Spatial Behavior in Off-Trail Areas of Dispersed Recreation Use. Journal of Environmental Management, 170: 79-87.

    Francis, C., Taff, B.D., Newman, P., White, C., Monz, C.A., Levenhagen, M., Petrelli, A., Abbott, L., Newton, J., Burson, S., Cooper, C., Fristrup, K., McClure, C., Mennitt, D., Giamellaro, M., & Barber, J. (2016, In Preparation). Acoustic Environments Matter: Synergistic Benefits to Humans and Wildlife. Conservation Biology. 

    Freeman, J., Coyle, T., Baggio, J.A. (2016). The Functional Intelligences Proposition. Journal of Personality and Individual Differences, 99: 46-55.

    Gilbert, L., & Smith, J.W. (2016). How will climate change affect freshwater fishing? (IORT-PR-2016-02). Logan, UT: Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, Utah State University.

    Gilbert, L., Smith, J.W., van Zanten, B., & van Berkel, D. (2016). Mapping landscape values using social media. (IORT-PR-2016-06). Logan, UT: Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, Utah State University.

    Gilbert, L., Smith, J.W., van Berkel, D., & van Zanten, B. (2016). Tapping into social media data to identify the public's most valued landscapes. (IORT-PR-2016-07). Logan, UT: Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, Utah State University.

    Gilbert, L., & Smith, J.W. (2016). The impact of climate change on inland recreational fishing: A review of scientific knowledge. (IORT-PR-2016-01). Logan, UT: Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, Utah State University.

    Guttery, M., Messmer, T., Brunson, M.W., Robinson, J., & Dahlgren, D. (2016). Declining Populations of Greater Sage-Grouse: Hunter Motivations When Numbers Are Low. Animal Conservation, 19:26-34.

    Gutzwiller, K., D'Antonio, A., & Monz, C.A. (2016, In Preparation). Recreation Ecology Meets Landscape Ecology: Assessing Broad-Scale Spatial Patterns of Wildland Recreation Disturbance. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

    Hunt, L. M., Fenichel, E. P., Fulton, D. C., Mendelsohn, R., Smith, J. W., Tunney, T. D., Lynch, A. J., Paukert, C. P., & Whitney, J. E. (2016). Identifying alternate pathways for climate change to impact inland recreational fishers. Fisheries, 41(7), 362-372.

    Janssen, M.A. and Baggio, J.A. (2016, Forthcoming) Using Agent-Based Models to Compare Behavioral Theories on Experimental Data: Application for Irrigation Games. Journal of Environmental Psychology.

    Jones, G. J., Edwards, M. B., Bocarro, J. N., Bunds, K. S., & Smith, J. W. (2016). An integrative review of sport-based youth development literature. Sport in Society.

    Kidd, A.M., D'Antonio, A., Monz, C.A., Heaslip, K., Taff, D., & Newman, P. (2016, In Review). A GPS-Based Classification of Visitors' Vehicular Behavior in a Protected Area Setting. Journal of Applied Geography.

    Lawson, S., Newman, P., & Monz, C.A. (2016). A Systems-Based Approach to Address Unintended Consequences of Demand-Driven Transportation Planning in National Parks and Public Lands. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation.

    Leung, Y. -F., Smith, J.W., Seekamp, E., Conlon, K., Mayer, J., Guo T., Walden-Schreiner, C., Adams, B., & Keane, R. (2016). The Effects of 2D and 3D Imagery and an Educational Message on Perceptions of Trail Impacts. Natural Areas Journal, 36(1), 88-92.

    Leung, Y. -F., Smith, J.W., & Miller, A. (2016). Statistical report of state park operations: 2014-2015 - Annual Information Exchange for the Period of July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015. Raleigh, NC: Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management, NC State University.

    Monz, C.A., D'Antonio, A., Lawson, S., Barber, J., & Newman, P. (2016). The Ecological Implications of Visitor Transportation in Parks and Protected Areas: Examples from Research in US National Parks. Journal of Transport Geography 51: 27-35.

    Monz, C.A., & Kulmatiski, A. (2016). The Emergence of "Fat Bikes" in the USA: Trends, Potential Consequences, and Management Implications. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism. 

    Monz, C.A., Kuba, K.*, Hausner, V., & Bardsen, B.J. (2016, In Preparation). The Level of Park Development and Relationships to Visitor Use-Related Resource Impacts in Multiple Alpine Protected Areas in Norway. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism.

    Newton, J., Newman, P., Taff, B.D., Monz, C.A., & D'Antonio, A. (2016, In Review). Spatial Temporal Dynamics of Vehicle Stopping Behavior Along a Rustic Park Road. Applied Geography.

    Newton, J., Newman, P., Taff, B.D., Monz, C.A., & D'Antonio, A. (2016, In Review). The Influence of Motivations on Visitor Travel Behaviors. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management.

    Newton, J., Newman, P., Taff, B.D., Monz, C.A., & D'Antonio, A. (2016, In Review). Visitor Transportation Preferences in the Moose-Wilson Corridor of Grand Teton National Park. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration.

    Ratajczyk, E., Brady, U., Baggio, J.A., Barnett, A., Perez-Ibarra, I., Rollins, N., Rubiños, C., Shin, H.C., Yu, D.J., Aggarwal, R., Anderies, J.M., Janssen, M.A., (2016). Challenges and Opportunities in Coding the Commons: Problems, Procedures, and Potential Solutions in Large-N Comparative Case Studies. International Journal of the Commons.

    Saengawut, V.C., Brunson, M.W., & Howe, P. (2016). Localized Risk Perception of Wildland Fire Hazard. Managing Fire, Understanding Ourselves: Human Dimensions in Safety and Wildland Fire. 13-31 p. Proceedings for the 13th International Wildland Fire Safety Summit 4th Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire conference, Boise, ID, April 20-24, 2015.

    Smith, H. M., Smith, J. W., Silka, L., Lindenfeld, L., & Gilbert, C. (2016). Media and policy in a complex adaptive system: Insights from wind energy legislation in the United States. Energy Research & Social Science, 19, 53-60.

    Smith, J.W., Bitsura-Meszaros, K., & Keane, R. (2016). Differences Between Conservatives and Liberals in Information Seeking Behavior and Perceived Risks Associated with Climate-Driven Changes to Local Forest Conditions. Weather, Climate, and Society, 8(1), 43-55.

    Smith, J. W., Bitsura-Meszaros, K., Seekamp, E., McCreary, A., & Burroughs, K. (2016). Political Ideologies and the Objective Measurement of Climate-related risks to Coastal Resources. Journal of Coastal Conservation.

    Smith, J.W., Seekamp, E., McCreary, A., Davenport, M. A., Kanazawa, M., Holmberg, K., Wilson, B., & Nieber, J. (2016). Shifting Demand for Winter Outdoor Recreation Along the North Shore of Lake Superior Under Variable Rates of Climate Change: A Finite-Mixture Modeling Approach. Ecological Economics, 123, 1-13.

    Smith, J.W., & Leung, Y.-F. (2016). 2016 outlook and analysis letter: A report prepared for the National Association of State Park Directors. Logan, UT: Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, Department of Environment and Society, Utah State University.

    van Zanten, B.T., van Berkel, D.B., Meentemeyer, R.K., Smith, J.W., Tieskens, K.F., & Verburg, P.H. (2016). Continental scale quantification of landscape values using social media data. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113(46), 12974-12979.

    Wilmer, H., York, E., Kelley, W.K., & Brunson, M.W. (2016). “In Every Rancher’s Mind”: Effects of drought on ranch planning and practice. Rangelands 38: 216-221.

    Wu, L., Baggio, J.A., Janssen, M.A. (2016) The Role of Diverse Strategies in the Sustainability of Online Communities. PLoS ONE, 11(3): e0149151.

    2015

    Baggio, J. A., Rollins, N.D., Perez, I., & Janssen, M.A. (2015). Irrigation Experiments in the Lab: Trust, Environmental Variability, and Collective Action. Ecology and Society 20 (4):12.

    Baggio, J.A., Brown, K., Hellebrandt, D. (2015). Boundary Object or Bridging Concept? A Citation Network Analysis of Resilience. Ecology and Society. 20(2):2.

    Bitsura-Meszaros, K., McCreary, A., Smith, J. W., Seekamp, E., Davenport, M. A., Nieber, J., Wilson, B., Anderson, D. H., Messer, C., & Kanazawa, M. (2015). Building Coastal Climate Readiness Along the North Shore of Lake Superior. Michigan Journal of Sustainability, 3, 111-119.

    Dakos, V., Quinlan, A., Baggio, J.A., Bennett, E., Burnsilver, S., Bodin, Ö. (2015). Principle 2: Manage Connectivity. In Biggs O., Schlüter, M., and Schoon, M. (Eds), Principles for Building Resilience: Sustaining Ecosystem Services in Social-Ecological Systems (Chapter IV) Cambridge University Press.

    Goonan, K., Monz, C.A., Bruno, B., and Lewis, T. (2015). Recreation Impact Monitoring Analysis and Protocol Development, Glacier Bay National Park. Natural Resource Technical Report, National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado, 40p.

    Guo, T., Smith, J.W., Leung, Y.L., Seekamp, E., & Moore, R.L. (2015). Determinants of Responsible Hiking Behavior: Results From a Stated Preference Experiment. Environmental Management, 56(3), 765-776.

    Hammitt, W.E., Cole, D.N., & Monz, C.A. (2015). Wildland Recreation: Ecology and Management 3rd Edition. John Wiley & Sons, Oxford.

    Keane, R., & Smith, J.W.  (2015). Information Presentation and Perceived Severity of Climate Change Driven Coastal Morphological Change. Coastal Management, 43(6), 651-667.

    Kidd, A.M.*, Monz, C.A., D'Antonio, A.*, Manning, R.E., Reigner, N., Goonan, K.*, & Jacobi, C. (2015). The Effect of Minimum Impact Education on Visitor Behavior: An Experimental Investigation Using GPS-Based Tracking. Journal of Envrionmental Management, 162: 53-62.

    Manning, R., Monz, C.A., Halo, J., Lawson, S., & Newman, P. (2015). From Conventional to Sustainable Transportation Management in National Parks. Chapter 17 in: Orzi, F. (ed.) Sustainable Transportation in Natural and Protected Areas. London: Routledge, 288p.

    Monz, C.A., D'Antonio, A., & Heaslip, K. (2015). Moose-Wilson Road Use Levels, Types, Patterns, and Impacts in Grand Teton National Park. NPS Technical Report, Summer/Fall 2014, Data 125 p.

    Pyke, D.A., Chambers, J.C., Pellant, M., Knick, S.T., Miller, R.F., Beck, J.L., Doescher, P.S., Schupp, E.W., Roundy, B.A., Brunson, M.W., & McIver, J.D. (2015). Restoration Handbook for Sagebrush Steppe Ecosystems with Emphasis on Greater Sage-Grouse Habitat – Part 1. Concepts for Understanding and Applying Restoration. U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1416, 44 p.

    Pyke, D.A., Chambers, J.C., Pellant, M., Knick, S.T., Miller, R.F., Beck, J.L., Doescher, P.S., Schupp, E.W., Roundy, B.A., Brunson, M.W., & McIver, J.D. (2015). Restoration Handbook for Sagebrush Steppe Ecosystems with Emphasis on Greater Sage-Grouse Habitat – Part 2. Landscape Level Restoration Decisions. U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1418, 21 p.

    Smith, J. W., Leung, Y. F., Seekamp, E., Walden-Schreiner, C., & Miller, A. (2015). Projected Impacts to the Production of Outdoor Recreation Opportunities Across State Park Systems in the US Due to the Adoption of a Domestic Climate Change Mitigation Policy. Environmental Science & Policy, 48, 77-88.

    Smith, J. W. (2015). Immersive Virtual Environment Technology to Supplement Environmental Perception, Preference, and Behavior Research: A Review with Applications. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(9), 11486-11505.

    Smith, J. W., Slocumb, W. S., Smith, C. T., & Matney, J. (2015). A Needs Assessment Process for Designing Geospatial Data Management Systems Within Federal Agencies. Journal of Map & Geography Libraries, 11(2), 226-244.

    2014

    Barros, A.*, Monz, C.A., & Pickering, C. (2014). Is Tourism Damaging Ecosystems in the Andes? Current Knowledge and an Agenda for Future Research. Ambio, 1-17.

    Beever, E.A., Mattson, B., Germino, M.J., Van Der Burg, M.P., Bradford, J.B., & Brunson, M.W. (2014). Successes and Challenges from Formation to Implementation of Eleven Broad-Extent Conservation Programs. Conservation Biology, 28:302-314.

    Brunson, M.W., & McIver, J. (2014). Multidisciplinary, Multisite Evaluation of Alternative Sagebrush Steppe Restoration Treatments: the SageSTEP Project. Rangeland Ecology & Management, 67:435-439.

    Brunson, M.W. (2014). Unwanted No More: Land Use, Ecosystem Services, and Opportunities for Resilience in Human-Influenced Shrublands. Rangelands, 36(2):5-11.

    Gordon, R., Brunson, M.W., & Shindler, B. (2014). Acceptance, Acceptability, and Trust for Sagebrush Restoration Options in the Great Basin: A Longitudinal Perspective. Rangeland Ecology & Management, 67:573-583.

    Kalnicky, E.A., Brunson, M.W., & Beard, K.H. (2014). A Social-Ecological Systems Approach to Non-Native Species: Habituation and its Effect on Management. Biological Conservation, 180:187-195.

    Manning, R.E., Lawson, S., Newman, P., Halo, J., & Monz, C.A. (2014). Principles of Sustainable Transportation in the National Parks. The George Wright Forum, 31(3): 345-358.

    Manning, R.E., Lawson, S., Newman, P., Halo, J., & Monz, C.A. (2014). Sustainable Transportation in the National Parks: From Acadia to Zion. University Press of New England.

    McIver, J., Brunson, M.W., Bunting, S., Chambers, J., Doescher, P., Grace, J., Hulet, A., Johnson, D., Knick, S., Miller, R., Pellant, M., Pierson, F., Pyke, D., Rau, B., Rollins, K., Roundy, B., Schupp, E., Tausch, R., & Williams, J. (2014). A Synopsis of Short-Term Response to Alternative Restoration Treatments in the Sagebrush-Steppe: The SageSTEP Project. Rangeland Ecology & Management, 67(5):584-598.

    Perry-Hill, R., Smith, J. W., Reimer, A., Mase, A. S., Mullendore, N., Mulvaney, K., & Prokopy, L. S. (2014). The Influence of Basic Beliefs and Object-Specific Attitudes on Behavioral Intentions Toward a Rare and Little-Known Amphibian. Wildlife Research, 41(4), 287-299.

    Smith, J. W., & Pijanowski, B. C. (2014). Human and Policy Dimensions of Soundscape Ecology. Global Environmental Change: Human and Policy Dimensions, 28, 63-74.

    Sotomayor, S., Barbieri, C., Aguilar, F. X., Stanis, S. W., & Smith, J. W. (2014). Motivations for Recreating on Farmlands, Private Forests, and State or National Parks. Environmental Management, 54(1), 138-150.

    2013

    D'Antonio, A.*, Monz, C.A., Newman, P., Lawson, S., & Taff, D.* (2013). Enhancing the Utility of Visitor Impact Assessment in Parks and Protected Areas: A Combined Social-Ecological Approach. Journal of Environmental Management, 124: 72-81.

    Goonan, K., Monz, C.A., & Philips, L. (2013). Visitor Experience and Social Science Indicators of NPS-Alaska Coastal Resources. NPS NRTR REPORT, 45p.

    Kalnicky, E.A., Beard, K.H., & Brunson, M.W. (2013). Community Level Response to Habitat Structure Manipulations: An Experimental Case Study in a Tropical Ecosystem. Forest Ecology & Management, 307:313-321.

    Lawhon, B.*, Newman, P., Taff, D., Vaske, J., Vagias, W., Lawson, S., & Monz, C.A. (2013). Factors Influencing Behavioral Intentions for Leave no Trace Behavior in National Parks. Journal of Interpretation Research, 18(1): 23-28.

    Monz, C.A., Pickering, C.M., & Hadwen, W. (2013). Recent Advances in Recreation Ecology and the Implications of Different Relationships Between Recreation Use and Ecological Impacts. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 11(8): 441-446.

    Nay, C.G., and Brunson, M.W. (2013). A War of Words: Do Conflict Metaphors Affect Beliefs About Managing “Unwanted” Plants? Societies, 3(2):158-169.

    Siderelis, C., & Smith, J. W. (2013). Ecological Settings and State Economies as Factor Inputs in the Provision of Outdoor Recreation. Environmental Management, 52(3), 699-711.

    Smith, J. W., & Floyd, M. F. (2013). The Urban Growth Machine, Central Place Theory, and Access to Open Space. City, Culture, and Society, 4(2), 87-98.

    Smith, J. W., & Moore, R. L. (2013). Social-Psychological Factors Influencing Recreation Demand: Evidence from Two Recreational Rivers. Environment and Behavior, 45(7), 821-850.

    Smith, J. W. (2013). Adaptive Participation in Forest Planning Contingent Upon a Hypothetical Large-Scale Forest Disturbance. Forest Science, 59(6), 637-648.

    Smith, J. W. (2013). Information Networks in Amenity Transition Communities: A Comparative Case Study. Human Ecology, 41(6), 885-903.

    Smith, J. W., Anderson, D. H., Davenport, M. A., & Leahy, J. E. (2013). Community Benefits from Managed Resource Areas: An Analysis of Construct Validity. Journal of Leisure Research, 45(2), 192-213.

    Smith, J. W., Moore, R. L., & Sommerville, M. (2013). Non-Sovereign Visitor Satisfaction: A Case Study of Military Training on the Appalachian Trail. Managing Leisure, 18(3), 1-13.

    Smith, J. W., Leahy, J. E., Anderson, D. H., & Davenport, M. A. (2013). Community/Agency Trust and Public Involvement in Resource Planning. Society & Natural Resources, 26(4), 452-471.

    Smith, J. W., Leahy, J. E., Anderson, D. H., & Davenport, M. A. (2013). Community/Agency Trust: A Measurement Instrument. Society & Natural Resources, 26(4), 472-477.

    2012

    Anderson, L., Manning, R.E., Monz, C.A., Goonan, K.A.*, & Valliere, W. (2012). Indicators and Standards of Quality for Paddling on Lake Champlain. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 38: 150-156.

    Brunson, M.W. (2012). The Elusive Promise of Socio-Ecological Approaches to Rangeland Management. Rangeland Ecology & Management, 65: 632-637.

    D'Antonio, A.*, Monz, C.A., Newman, P., Lawson, S., & Taff, D.* (2012). The Effects of Local Ecological Knowledge, Minimum-Impact Knowledge, and Experience Use History on Visitor Perceptions of the Ecological Impacts of Backcountry Recreation. Environmental Management, 50(4) 542-554.

    Goonan, K.A.*, Monz, C.A., Manning, R.E., & Anderson, L. (2012). An Analysis of Current Resource Conditions and Visitor Standards of Primitive Campsites Along Lake Champlain. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 38: 157-166.

    Siderelis, C., Moore, R. L., Leung, Y.F., & Smith, J. W. (2012). A Nationwide Production Analysis of State Park Attendance in the United States. Journal of Environmental Management, 99, 18-26.

    Smith, J. W. (2012). Barriers and Bridges to U.S. Forest Service—Community Relationships: Results from Two Pilot Tests of a Rapid Social Capital Assessment Protocol. Forests, 3(4), 1157-1179.

    Smith, J. W., Moore, R. L., Anderson, D. H., & Siderelis, C. (2012). Community Resilience in Southern Appalachia: A Theoretical Framework and Three Case Studies. Human Ecology, 40(3), 341-353.

    Smith, J. W., Siderelis, C., Anderson, D. H., & Moore, R. L. (2012). The Effects of Place Meanings and Social Capital on Desired Forest Management Outcomes: A Stated Preference Experiment. Landscape and Urban Planning, 106(2), 207-218.

    Smith, J. W., Anderson, D. H., & Moore, R. L. (2012). Social Capital, Place Meanings, and Perceived Resilience to Climate Change. Rural Sociology, 77(3), 380-407.

    Taff, D.*, Newman, P., Pettebone, D., White, D., Lawson, S., Monz, C.A., & Vagias, W. (2012). Dimensions of Alternative Transportation Experience in Yosemite and Rocky Mountain National Parks. Journal of Transport Geography, 30: 37-46.

    2011

    Brunson, M.W., & Tanaka, J.A. (2011). Economic and Social Impacts of Wildfires and Invasive Plants in American Deserts: Lessons from the Great Basin. Rangeland Ecology & Management, 64: 463-470.

    Ells, M.D., & Monz, C.A. (2011). The Consequences of Backcountry Surface Disposal of Human Waste in an Alpine, Temperate Forest and Arid Environment. Journal of Envrionmental Management, 92: 1334-1337.

    Goren, J., & Monz, C.A. (2011). Monitoring Vegetatian Changes in Historical Photos Over a 45+ Year Period in the Adirondack Alpine Zone. Adirondack Journal of Envrionmental Studies, Volume 17.

    Klasner, F., Monz, C.A., & Cusick, J. (2011). Development of Campsite Monitoring Protocols in Kenai Fjords. Alaska Park Science, 10(1) 32-35.

    Lawson, S., Chamberlin, R., Choi, J., Swanson, B., Kiser, B., Newman, P., Monz, C.A., Pettebone, D.*, & Gamble, L. (2011). Modeling the Effects of Shuttle Service on Transportation System Performance and Visitor Experience Quality in Rocky Mountain National Park. Transportation Research Record, Number 2244: 94-106.

    Pettebone, D.*, Newman, P., Lawson, S., Hunt, L., Monz, C.A., & Zwiefka, J. (2011). Estimating Visitor's Travel Mode Choices in Rocky Mountain National Park. Journal of Transport Geography, 19: 1210-1221.

    Shindler, B., Gordon, R., Brunson, M.W., & Olsen, C. (2011). Public Perceptions of Sagebrush Ecosystem Management in the Great Basin. Rangeland Ecology & Management, 64: 335-343.

    Smith, J. W., & Moore, R. L. (2011). Perceptions of Community Benefits from Two Wild and Scenic Rivers. Environmental Management, 47(5), 814-827.

    Smith, J. W., & Burr, S. W. (2011). Environmental Attitudes and Desired Social-Psychological Benefits of Off-Highway Vehicle Users. Forests, 2(4), 875-894.

    Smith, J. W., Davenport, M. A., Anderson, D. H., & Leahy, J. E. (2011). Place Meanings and Desired Management Outcomes. Landscape and Urban Planning, 101(4), 359-370.

    Tanaka, J.A., Brunson, M.W., & Torell, L.A. (2011). A Social and Economic Assessment of Rangeland Conservation PracticesConservation Benefits of Rangeland Practices: Assessment, Recommendations, and Knowledge Gaps, 371-422 p. Lawrence, KS: Allen Press.

    Twardock, P., & Monz, C.A. (2011). Campsite Conditions in Prince William Sound: Understanding the Trends and Characteristics of Shoreline Recreation Impacts. In: Gimblett, R., & Poe, A. (eds.) Sustainable Wildlands: A Prince William Sound Case Study of Science-Based Strategies for Managing Human Use, University of Arizona Press.

    Van Riper, C.J.*, Manning, R.E., Monz, C.A., & Goonan, K.A.* (2011). Tradeoffs Among Resource, Social, and Managerial Conditions on Mountain Summits of the Northern Forest. Leisure Sciences, 33(3): 228-249. 

    2010

    D'Antonio, A.*, Monz, C.A., Lawson, S., & Newman, P. (2010). GPS-Based Measurements of Backcountry Visitors in Parks and Protected Areas: Examples of Methods and Applications from Three Case Studies. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 28(3) 42-60.

    McCollum, D.W., Swanson, L.E., Tanaka, J.A., Brunson, M.W.,  Harp, A.J., Torell, L.A., & Heintz Jr., H.T. (2010). Criterion IV: Social and Economic Indicators of Rangeland Sustainability. Criteria and Indicators of Sustainable Rangeland Management, 173-221. Laramie, WY: University of Wyoming Extension Publication No. SM-56. 227 p.

    McIver, J.D., Brunson, M.W., Bunting, S., Chambers, J., Devoe, N., Doescher, P., Grace, J., Johnson, D., Knick, S., Miller, R., Pellant, M., Pierson, F., Pyke, D., Rollins, K., Roundy, B., Schupp, E., Tausch, R., & Turner, D. (2010). The Sagebrush Steppe Treatment Evaluation Project (SageSTEP): A Test of State-and Transition Theory. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-237, Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 16 p.

    Monz, C.A., & Twardock, P. (2010). A Classification of Campsites in Prince William Sound, Alaska, USA. Journal of Environmental Management, 91(7) 1566-1572.

    Monz, C.A., & D'Luhosch, P.D.* (2010). A Simplified Image Analysis Method for Monitoring Wilderness Campsites. International Journal of Wilderness, 16(1) 26-31.

    Monz, C.A., Marion, J.L., Goonan, K.A.*, Manning, R.E., Wimpey, J.*, & Carr, C. (2010). Assessment and Monitoring of Recreation Impacts and Resource Conditions on Mountain Summits: Examples from the Northern Forest, USA. Mountain Research and Development, 30(4) 332-343.

    Monz, C.A., Cole, D.N., Marion, J., & Leung, Y.F. (2010). Sustaining Visitor Use in Protected Areas: Future Opportunities in Recreation Ecology Research Based on the USA Experience. Envrionmental Management, 45: 551-562.

    Smith, J. W., Siderelis, C., & Moore, R. L. (2010). The Effects of Place Attachment, Hypothetical Site Modifications, and Use Levels on Recreation Behavior. Journal of Leisure Research, 42(4), 621-640.

    Smith, J. W., Burr, S. W., & Reiter, D. K. (2010). Specialization Among Off-Highway Vehicle Owners and its Relationship to Environmental Worldviews and Motivations. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 28(2), 57-73.

    Twardock, P., Monz, C.A., Smith, M.*, & Colt, S. (2010). Long-Term Changes in Resource Conditions on Backcountry Campsites in Prince William Sound, Alaska, USA. Northwest Science, 84(3) 223-232.

    2006 - 2009

    Brunson, M.W., & Burritt, E.A. (2009). Behavioral Factors in Rotational Grazing Systems. Rangelands, 31(5): 20-25.

    Brunson, M.W., & Price, E.A. (2009). Information Use and Delivery Preferences Among Small-Acreage Owners in Areas of Rapid Exurban Population Growth. Journal of Extension, 47(5). Article 5FEA4.

    Havstad, K., Peters, D., Allen-Diaz, B., Bartolome, J., Bestelmeyer, B., Briske, D., Brown, J., Brunson, M.W., Herrick, J., Huntsinger, L., Johnson, P., Joyce, L., Pieper, R., Svejcar, T., & Yao, J. (2009). The Western United States Rangelands: A Major Resource. Pp. 75-94 in W.F. Wedin and S.L. Fales, eds. Grassland: Quietness and Strength for a New American Agriculture. Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy.

    Henderson, K., Patterson, A., Palacios, I., Jeon, J., Peel, J., Cox, A., Smith, J. W., & Thompson, T. (2009). The Tie That Binds? A Case Study of Student Perceptions of Their Recreation-Related Majors. Schole, 24, 21-37.

    Jordan, D. J., Smith, J. W., Cox, A., Thompson, T., Jeon, J., Palacios, I., Patterson, A., Peel, J., & Henderson, K. (2009). An Exploration of the Meanings of Parks in Oklahoma. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 27(2), 17-32.

    Monz, C.A. (2009). Climbers' Attitudes Toward Recreation Resource Impacts in the Adirondack Park's Giant Mountain Wilderness. International Journal of Wilderness, 14(1) 26-33.

    Smith, J. W. (2009). An Ethnographic Autobiography of a Short-Term Study Abroad Experience. Schole, 24, 50-64.

    Brunson, M. (2008). Gauging the Acceptability of Fuels Management: A Matter of Trust. Rural Connections, 2(3): 2-4. Logan, UT: Western Rural Development Center.

    Brunson, M.W., & Huntsinger, L. (2008). Ranching as a Conservation Strategy: Can Old Ranchers Save the New West? Rangeland Ecology and Management, 61(2): 137-147.

    Tidwell, L.S., & Brunson, M.W. (2008). Volunteering to Manage Rangeland Weeds: Results of a Citizen Survey in the Southwestern U.S. Rangelands, 30(4): 19-24.

    Wilmot, S., & Brunson, M.W. (2008). Public Perceptions of Land Management in the Great Basin. Collaborative Management and Research in the Great Basin — Examining the Issues and Developing a Framework for Action. 14-19. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR-204. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 66 p.

    Brunson, M. (2007). Grazing and Social Change: Understanding Potential Effects of Exurban Expansion. 237-239 p. in Proceedings, 3rd National Grazing Lands Conference. Lawrence, KS: Allen Press.

    Brunson, M.W., & Huntsinger, L. (2007). Rancher Demographics, Socioeconomic Pressures, and the Challenge of Meeting Conservation Goals. Quivira Coalition Journal, 31(Sept): 24-30.

    Conley, J.L., Fernandex-Gimenez, M.E., Ruyle, G.B., & Brunson, M.W. (2007). Forest Service Grazing Permittee Perceptions of the Endangered Species Act in Southeastern Arizona. Rangeland Ecology and Management, 60: 136-145.

    Elmore, R.D., Messmer, T.A., & Brunson, M.W. (2007). Perceptions of Wildlife Damage and Species Conservation: Lessons Learned from the Utah Prairie Dog. Human-Wildlife Conflict, 1(1):78-88.

    Kennedy, C.A., & Brunson, M.W. (2007). Creating a Culture of Innovation in Ranching: A Study of Outreach and Cooperation in West-Central Colorado. Rangelands, 29(3): 35-40.

    Peters, D.C., Sala, O.E, Allen, C.D., Covich, A., & Brunson, M.W. (2007). Cascading Events in Linked Ecological and Socio-Economic Systems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 4: 221-225.

    Leung, Y.F., & Monz, C.A. (2006). Visitor Impact Monitoring: What, Why, and How? George Wright Forum, 23(2) 7-10.

    Monz, C.A., & Leung, Y.F. (2006). Meaningful Measures: Visitor Impact Monitoring and the NPS I&M Program. George Wright Forum, 23(2) 17-27.

    Monz, C.A. (2006). Recreation Ecology and Visitor Impact Research: Past, Present, and Future. In: Siegrist, D., Cilvaz, C., Hunziker, M., & Iten, S. (eds.) Exploring the Nature of Management: Proceedings from the Third International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitor Flows in Recreational and Protected Areas, p. 98-100.

    Newman, P.N., Monz, C.A., Leung, Y.F., & Theobold, D.M. (2006). New Methodological Considerations for Assessing Campsite Conditions. George Wright Forum, 23(2) 28-35.

    Resnik, J., Wallace, G., Brunson, M.W., & Mitchell, J. (2006). Open Spaces, Working Places. Rangelands, 28(5): 4-9.

    Salmon, O., Brunson, M.W, & Kuhns, M. (2006). Benefit-Based Audience Segmentation: A Tool for Identifying Non-Industrial Private Forest (NIPF) Owner Education Needs. Journal of Forestry, 104(8): 419-425.

    Toman, E., Shindler, B., & Brunson, M.W. (2006). Fire and Fuel Management Communication Strategies: Citizen Evaluations of Agency Outreach Programs. Society and Natural Resources, 19: 321-336.

    2000 - 2005

    Brunson, M.W., & Evans, J. (2005). Badly Burned? Effects of an Escaped Prescribed Burn on Social Acceptability of Wildland Fuels Treatments. Journal of Forestry, 103 (April/May): 134-138.

    Johnson, R.L., Shelby, B., Brunson, M.W., & Leahy, J. (2005). Socioeconomic Responses to Silvicultural Alternatives. Ch. 6 (pp. 88-103) in Maguire, C.C., & Chambers, C.L. eds. College of Forestry Integrated Research Project: Ecological and Socioeconomic Responses to Alternative Silvicultural Treatments. Research Contribution No. 46, Forest Research Laboratory, Corvallis, OR.

    Monz, C.A., Smith, K., & Knickerbocker, L. (2005). An Assessment of Rock Climber's Attitudes Towards Resource Impacts in the Adirondack Wilderness. In: Peden, J., & Schuster, R. (ed.) Proceedings of the 2005 Bolton Landing, NY. Gen. Tech. Report NE-341. Newton Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, p. 204-211.

    Shelby, B., Thompson, J., Brunson, M.W., & Johnson, R.L. (2005). Changes in Recreation Quality After Harvest: A Decade of Ratings for Six Silviculture Treatments. Journal of Environmental Management, 75(3): 239-246.

    Brunson, M.W., & Shindler, B.A. (2004). Geographic Variation in Social Acceptability of Wildland Fuels Management in the Western U.S. Society and Natural Resources, 17: 661-678.

    Cole, D.N., & Monz, C.A. (2004). Spatial Patterns of Recreation Impact on Experimental Campsites. Journal of Environmental Management, 70: 73-84.

    Didier, E.A., & Brunson, M.W. (2004). Adoption of Range Management Innovations by Utah Ranchers. Journal of Range Management, 57: 330-336.

    Forbes, B.C., Monz, C.A., & Tolvannen, A. (2004). Impacts of Ecotourism in Polar Envrionments. In: Buckley, R. (editor) The Environmental Impacts of Ecotourism, CABI: London, p. 155-170.

    Ingle, C., Leung, Y., Monz, C.A., & Bauman, H. (2004). Monitoring Visitor Impacts in Coastal Parks: A Review of Techniques. In: Harmon, D., Kilgore, B., & Vietzke, G. (eds.) Protecting our Diverse Heritage: The Role of Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites. Proceedings of the George Wright Society/National Park Service Joint Conference, April 14-18, 2003. p. 228-233.

    Monz, C.A., Young, E.A., & Leung, Y. (2004). Monitoring the Impacts of Visitors to Shorebird Populations in the Coastal and Barrier Island Network Areas. In: Bricker, K. (ed.) Proceedings of the 2004 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. NE-326. Newton Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, p. 373-377.

    Monz, C.A., & Twardock, P. (2004). The Resource Impacts of Sea Kayak Use in Prince William Sound, Alaska. In: Buckley, R. (editor) The Environmental Impacts of Ecotourism, CABI: London, 309-316.

    Monz, C.A., Leung, Y., Ingle, C., & Bauman, H. (2004). Visitor Impact Monitoring in the Coastal and Barrier Island Network. In: Harmon, D., Kilgore, B., & Vietzke, G. (eds.) Protecting our Diverse Heritage: The Role of Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites. Proceedings of the George Wright Society/National Park Service Joint Conference, April 14-18, 2003. p. 135-139.

    Shindler, B.A., & Brunson, M.W. (2004). Social Acceptability in Forest and Range Management. 147-157 p. in Manfredo, M.J., Vaske, J., Bruyere, B.L., Field, D.R., & Brown, P.J. eds. Society and Natural Resources: A Summary of Knowledge. Columbia, MO: Modern Litho.

    Bartel, R., & Brunson, M.W. (2003). Effects of a Coyote Bounty Program on Hunters’ and Trappers’ Behavior. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 31(3): 736-743.

    Brunson, M.W. (2003). Crisis, Context, and the Reluctant Socialization of the Range Profession. Rangelands, 25(6): 16-21.

    Brunson, M.W., Tanaka, J., Torell, L.A., Swanson, L.E., McCollum, D.W., & Heintz Jr., H.T. (2003). Indicators for Maintenance and Enhancement of Multiple Economic and Social Benefits to Current and Future Generations. A First Approximation Report by the Sustainable Rangelands Roundtable. Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University.

    Brunson, M.W., & Gilbert, L. (2003). Recreationist Responses to Livestock Grazing in a New National Monument. Journal of Range Management, 56: 570-576.

    Cole, D.N., & Monz, C.A. (2003). Impacts of Camping on Vegetation: Response of Acute and Chronic Disturbance on Vegetation. Environmental Management, 32(6) 693-705.

    Shelby, B., Thompson, J., Brunson, M.W., & Johnson, R. (2003). Scenic Quality After Harvest: A Decade of Ratings for Six Silviculture Treatments. Journal of Forestry, 101(2): 30-36.

    Brown, J.R., Svejcar, T., Brunson, M.W., Dobrowolski, J., Fredrickson, E., Kreuter, U., Launchbaugh, K, Southworth, J., & Thurow, T. (2002). Range Sites: Are They the Appropriate Spatial Unit for Measuring and Managing Rangelands? Rangelands, 24(6): 7-12.

    Brunson, M.W. (2002). Collaborative Stewardship: Views from Both Sides Now. Ecosystem Management: Adaptive, Community-Based Conservation, 240-244 p. Washington, DC: Island Press.

    Brunson, M.W., & Wallace, G.N. (2002). Perceptions of Ranching: Public Views and Personal Reflections in Knight, W.G., & Marston, E. ed. The Culture, Economics, and Ecology of Ranching West of the 100th Meridian. Pp. 91-105. Washington, DC: Island Press.

    Brunson, M.W. (2002). Status of Social Criteria and Indicators. 55-58 p. in Sustainable Rangeland Management: Status of a Roundtable to Determine Criteria and Indicators: Proceedings of a Symposium Sponsored by the Sustainable Rangelands Roundtable. Prepared for the annual meeting of the Society for Range Management, Kansas City, Mo., Feb 13-19, 2002.

    Bunnell, S.D., Wolfe, M.L., Brunson, M.W., & Potter, D.R. (2002). Recreational Use of Elk.  Ch. 17 (pp. 501-547) in Toweill, D.E., & Thomas, J.W. eds. North American Elk: Ecology and Management. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press.

    Cole, D.N., & Monz, C.A. (2002). Trampling Disturbance of Subalpine Vegetation, Wind River Mountains, Wyoming. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 34(4) 365-376.

    Monz, C.A. (2002). Evaluating Student Satisfaction on Outdoor Adventure Courses: An Example from the National Outdoor Leadership School. International Journal of Wilderness, 8(2) 30-33. 

    Monz, C.A. (2002). The Response of Arctic Tundra Plant Communities to Human Trampling Disturbance. Journal of Environmental Management, 64: 207-217.

    Shindler, B., Brunson, M.W., & Stankey, G.H. (2002). Social Acceptability of Forest Conditions and Management Practices: A Problem Analysis. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Ore., Gen. Tech. Report PNW-GTR-537. 68 p.

    Brunson, M.W. (2000). Managing Naturalness as a Continuum: The Limits of Acceptable Change Approach in Gobster, P., & Hull, R.B. III ed. Restoring Nature. Pp. 229-244. Washington, DC: Island Press.

    Cilimburg, A., Monz, C.A., & Kehoe, S.K. (2000). Wildland Recreation and Human Waste: A Review of Problems, Practices, and Concerns. Environmental Management, 25(6) 587-598.

    Hoss, A.F., & Brunson, M.W. (2000). Meanings and Implications of Acceptability Judgments for Wilderness Use Impacts in Cole, D.N., & McCool, S.F. ed. Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference — Volume 4: Wilderness Visitors, Experiences, and Visitor Management. 128-133 p. Proceedings RMRS-P-15. Ogden, UT: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.

    Landres, P.B., Brunson, M.W., Merigliano, L., Sydoriak, C., & Morton, S. (2000). Naturalness and Wildness: The Dilemma and Irony of Managing Wilderness in Cole, D.N., & McCool, S.F. ed. Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference — Volume 5: Wilderness Ecosystems, Threats, and Management. 377-381 p. Proceedings RMRS-P-15. Ogden, UT: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.

    Monz, C.A. (2000). Recreation Resource and Monitoring Techniques: Examples from the Rocky Mountains, USA. In Godde, P., Price, M., & Zimmermann, F. (eds.) Tourism and Development in Mountain Regions, CABI: London, 352p.

    Monz, C.A., Pokorny, T., Freilich, J., Kehoe, S., & Ayers-Baumeister, D. (2000). The Consequences of Trampling Disturbance in two Vegetation Types at the Wyoming Nature Conservancy's Sweetwater River Project Area. In: Cole, D.N., McCool, S.F., Borrie, W.T., & O'Loughlan, J. (comps.) Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference - Volume 5. Wilderness Ecosystems Threats and Management. Proceedings RMRS-P-15-Vol-5. USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station.

    Monz, C.A., Roggenbuck, J., Cole, D.N., Brame, R., & Yoder, A. (2000). Wilderness Party Size Regulations: Implications for Management and a Decision-Making Framework. In: Cole, D.N., McCool, S.F., Borrie, W.T., & O'Loughlan, J. (comps.) Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference - Volume 4. Wilderness Visitors, Experiences, and Visitor Management. Proceedings RMRS-P-15-Vol-4. USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station.

    Twardock, P., & Monz, C.A. (2000). Recreational Kayak Use, Distribution, and Economic Value in Prince William Sound, Alaska USA. In: Cole, D.N., McCool, S.F., Borrie, W.T., & O'Loughlan, J. (comps.) Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference - Volume 4. Wilderness Visitors, Experiences, and Visitor Management. Proceedings RMRS-P-15-VOL-4. USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station.

    1996 - 1999

    Brunson, M.W. (1999). Integrating Environmental and Agricultural Policy: A North American Perspective in Buchanan-Smith, J., Bailey, L.D., & McCaughey, P. ed. Proceedings of the XVIII International Grassland Congress (Volume 3). Pp. 493-497. Calgary, Alberta, Canada: Association Management Centre.

    Messmer, T.A., Brunson, M.W., Reiter, D.K., & Hewitt, D.G. (1999). U.S. Public Attitudes Regarding Predators and Their Management to Enhance Avian Recruitment. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 27(1): 75-85.

    Reiter, D.K., Brunson, M.W., & Schmidt, R.H. (1999). Public Attitudes Toward Wildlife Damage Management and Policy. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 27: 746-758.

    Shindler, B., & Brunson, M.W. (1999). Changing Natural Resource Paradigms in the United States: Finding Political Reality. Pp. 459-473 in Soden, D., & Steel, B. eds. Handbook of Global Environmental Policy and Administration. New York: Marcel Dekker Inc.

    Brunson, M.W. (1998). Beyond Wilderness: Broadening the Applicability of Limits of Acceptable Change. Proceedings — Limits of Acceptable Change and Related Planning Processes: Progress and Future Directions. 44-48 p. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Report INT-371. Ogden, Utah: Intermountain Research Station.

    Brunson, M.W. (1998). Social Dimensions of Boundaries: Balancing Cooperation and Self-Interest in Knight, R., & Landres, P. ed. Stewardship Across Boundaries. 65-86. Washington, D.C.: Island Press.

    Endter-Wada, J., Blahna, D., Krannich, R., & Brunson, M.W. (1998). A Framework for Understanding Social Science Contributions to Ecosystem Management. Ecological Applications, 8(3): 891-904.

    Kuhns, M.R., Brunson, M.W., & Roberts, S.D. (1998). Landowners’ Educational Needs and How Foresters Can Respond to Them. Journal of Forestry, 96(8): 38-43.

    Monz, C.A. (1998). Monitoring Recreation Resource Impacts in two Coastal Areas of Western North America: An Initial Assessment. In: Watson, A.E., Alphet, G., & Hendee, J.C. (comps.) Personal, Societal, and Ecological Values of Wilderness: Sixth World Wilderness Congress Proceedings on Research, Management, and Allocation, Vol. 1, Proc. RMRS-P-4. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ogden, UT. 158 p.

    Steel, B.S., Shindler, B., & Brunson, M.W. (1998). Social Acceptability of Ecosystem Management in the Pacific Northwest in Soden, D., Lamb, B.L., & Tennert, J.R. ed. Ecosystems Management: A Social Science Perspective. Pp. 147-160. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt.

    Brunson, M.W., Steel, B.S., Shindler, B., & List, P. (1997). Consensus and Dissension Among Rural and Urban Publics Concerning Federal Forest Management in the Northwest. 83-94 p. in Steel, B.S. ed. Public Lands Management in the West: Citizens, Interest Groups and Values. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press.

    Lyon, D.W., Monz, C.A., Brown, R.A., & Metherell, A.K. (1997). Soil Organic Matter Changes Over two Decades of Winter Wheat-Fallow Cropping in Western Nebraska. In: Soil Organic Matter in Temperate Agroecosystems. 

    Monz, C.A., & Schimelpfenig, T. (1997). An Analysis of the Medical Review Process at the National Outdoor Leadership School. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, 8: 138-147.

    Brunson, M.W. (1996). A Definition of "Social Acceptability" in Ecosystem Management. Brunson, M.W., Kruger, L., Tyler, C., & Schroeder, S. tech. ed. Defining Social Acceptability in Ecosystem Management: A Workshop Proceedings. 7-16. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Report PNW-369, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland.

    Brunson, M.W., & Kruger, L.E. (1996). Introduction: Social Acceptability in Ecosystem Management. Brunson, M.W., Kruger, L., Tyler, C., & Schroeder, S. tech. ed. Defining Social Acceptability in Ecosystem Management: A Workshop Proceedings. Pp. 1-5. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Report PNW-369, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, Ore.

    Brunson, M.W. (1996). The Social Context of Ecosystem Management: Unanswered Questions and Unresolved Issues. Brunson, M.W., Kruger, L., Tyler, C., & Schroeder, S. tech. ed. Defining Social Acceptability in Ecosystem Management: A Workshop Proceedings. 113-126. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Report PNW-369, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland.

    Brunson, M.W., & Reiter, D.K. (1996). Effects of Ecological Information on Judgments About Scenic Impacts of Timber Harvest. Journal of Environmental Management, 46: 31-41.

    Brunson, M.W., Yarrow, D.T., Roberts, S.D., Guynn Jr., D.C., & Kuhns, M.R. (1996). Nonindustrial Private Forest Owners and Ecosystem Management: Can They Work Together? Journal of Forestry, 94(6): 14-21.

    Brunson, M.W., & Steel, B.S. (1996). Sources of Variation in Attitudes and Beliefs About Federal Rangeland Management. Journal of Range Management, 49: 69-75.

    Brunson, M.W. (1996). Integrating "Human Habitat" Requirements into Ecosystem Management Strategies: A Case Study. Natural Areas Journal, 16(2): 100-107.

    Brunson, M.W. (1996). Human Dimensions in Silviculture. Ewert, A.W. ed. Natural Resource Management: The Human Dimension. 6. Boulder, Colo.: Westview.

    Brunson, M.W., Kruger, L.E., Tyler, C.B., & Schroeder, S.A. (1996). Defining Social Acceptability in Ecosystem Management: A Workshop Proceedings. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Report PNW-369, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland.

    Mitchell, J.E., & Brunson, M.W. (1996). Society and Range Management: A Commentary. Journal of Range Management, 49: 68.

    Rasmussen, G.A., & Brunson, M.W. (1996). Strategies to Manage Conflicts Among Multiple Users. Weed Technology, 10: 447-450.

    1990 - 1995

    Brunson, M.W., & Kennedy, J.J. (1995). Redefining "Multiple Use": Agency Responses to Changing Social Values. A New Century for Natural Resources Management. Pp. 143-158. Knight, R.L., & Bates, S. ed. Island Press.

    Brunson, M.W. (1995). The Changing Role of Wilderness in Ecosystem Management. International Journal of Wilderness, 1(1): 9-13.

    Brunson, M.W., & Steel, B.S. (1994). National Public Attitudes Toward Federal Rangeland Management. Rangelands, 16(2): 77-81.

    Elliott, E.T., Burke, I.C., Monz, C.A., Frey, S.B., Paustian, K., Collins, H.P., Paul, E.A., Cole, C.V., Belvins, R.L., Lyon, D.J., Frye, W.W., Halverson, A.D., Huggins, D.R., Turco, R.F., & Hickman, M. (1994). Terrestrial Carbon Pools in Grasslands and Agricultural Soils: Preliminary Data from the Corn Belt and Great Plains Regions. In: Defining Soil Quality for a Sustainable Environment; Doran, J.W., Coleman, D.C., Bezdicek, D.F., & Stewart, B.A. (eds.), Soil Science Society of America, Special Publication Number 35.

    Johnson, R.L., Brunson, M.W., & Kimura, T. (1994). Using Image Capture Technology to Assess Scenic Value at the Urban/Forest Interface: A Case Study. Journal of Environmental Management, 40: 183-195.

    Monz, C.A., Henderson, C., & Brame, R.A. (1994). Perspectives on the Integration of Wilderness Research, Education, and ManagementIn: 6th National Wilderness Conference Proceedings, The Spirit Lives. Santa Fe, NM. 

    Monz, C.A., Hunt, H.W., Reeves, B.R., & Elliott, E.T. (1994). Response of Mycorrhizal Colonization to Elevated COand Climate Change in Pascopyrum Smithii and Bouteloua Gracilis. Plant and Soil, 165(1) 75-80.

    Morgan, J., Hunt, H.W., Monz, C.A., & LeCain, D.R. (1994). Consequences of Long-Term Growth at Various [CO2] and Temperatures on Gas Exchange of Western Wheatgrass (C3) and Blue Grama (C4). Plant Cell and Environment, 17: 1023-1033.

    Brunson, M., & Rodriguez, D. (1993). Standards for Managing Non-Wilderness Recreation Areas. Defining Wilderness Quality: The Role of Standards in Wilderness Management - A Workshop Proceedings. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-305. Portland, Ore.: Pacific Northwest Research Station, pp. 61-66.

    Brunson, M., Shelby, B., & Goodwin, J. (1993). Written Standards vs. User Norms in the Design of Wilderness Permit Systems. Defining Wilderness Quality: The Role of Standards in Wilderness Management -- A Workshop Proceedings. USFS Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-305. Pacific Northwest Research Station: Portland, Ore.

    Brunson, M.W., & Shelby, B. (1993). Recreation Substitutability: A Research Agenda. Leisure Sciences, 15(1): 67-74.

    Brunson, M.W. (1993). "Socially Acceptable" Forestry: What Does It Imply for Ecosystem Management? Western Journal of Applied Forestry, 8(4): 116-119.

    Brunson, M.W., & Shelby, B. (1992). Assessing Recreational and Scenic Quality: How Does "New Forestry" Rate? Journal of Forestry, 90(7): 37-41.

    Brunson, M.W. (1992). Professional Bias, Public Perspectives, and Communications Pitfalls for Natural Resource Managers. Rangelands, 14(5): 292-295.

    Brunson, M.W., & Shelby, B. (1991). Activity-Related Differences in Campsite Preference: Potential Causes and Implications for Management. Western Journal of Applied Forestry, 6(3): 78-81.

    Elliott, E.T., Palm, C.A., Reuss, D.E., & Monz, C.A. (1991). Organic Matter Contained in Soil Aggregates from a Tropical Chronosequence: Correction for Sand and Light Fraction. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment, 34: 443-451.

    Monz, C.A., Reuss, D.E., & Elliott, E.T. (1991). Soil Microbial Biomass Estimates Using 2450 MHz Microwave Irradiation or Chloroform Fumigation Followed by Direct Extraction. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment, 34: 55-63.

    Brunson, M.W., & Shelby, B. (1990). A Hierarchy of Campsite Attributes in Dispersed Recreation Settings. Leisure Sciences, 12: 197-209.

    1986 - 1989

    Monz, C.A., & Schwintzer, C.R. (1989). The Physiology of Spore-Negative and Spore-Positive Nodules of Myrica gale. Plant and Soil, 118: 75-87.

    Tjepkema, J.D., Schwintzer, C.R. & Monz, C.A. (1988). Time Course of Acetylene Reduction in Nodules of Five Actinorhizal Genera. Plant Physiology, 86: 581-583.