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Hunter Recruitment and Retention: A Framework for Research and Action
Larson, Lincoln R; Decker, Daniel J.; Stedman, Richard C.; Siemer, William F; Baumer, Meghan S.; Enck, Jody W. 2022. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 22-2. Dept. of Nat. Resour. and the Env., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.

Hunter Views on Pheasant Hunting and Management in New York
Siemer, William F.; Lauber, T. Bruce; Stedman, Richard C. 2022. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 22-2. Dept. of Nat. Resour. and the Env., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.

Landowner Views on Providing Public Access for Wildlife-Dependent Recreation
Siemer, W. F., and T B. Lauber. 2022. Landowner views on providing public access for wildlife-dependent recreation: findings from a 2021 survey. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 22-2. Dept. of Nat. Resour. and the Env., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 61 pp. 

Communicating Dietary Seafood Advice to Pregnant Women
Connelly, N.A., T.B. Lauber, and B.A. Knuth. 2022. Communicating Dietary Seafood Advice to Pregnant Women. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 22-1. Dept. of Nat. Resources and the Environ., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 55 pp.

“THE STORIES TREES HAVE TO TELL” Black Land Stewardship in the Northeast
Allred, S.B., Ferrare, K.A., Catanzaro, P. and O. Lukacic. 2022. CCSS Outreach Publ. 22-1. Dept. of Natural Resources and the Environment, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 30 p

Duck Hunting on Public Lands in New York
Siemer, W.F.., R. C. Stedman, and T.B. Lauber. 2021. Duck hunting on public land in New York: Findings from a 2020 hunter survey. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 21-1. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 45 pp.

Hunter Beliefs and Behaviors Related to Chronic Wasting Disease in 2021
Siemer, W. F., T. B. Lauber, R. C. Stedman, J. Hurst, K. L. Schuler, and D. Kreinheder. 2021. Hunter beliefs and behaviors related to chronic wasting disease in 2021: findings from a baseline study. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 21-2. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 54 pp. 

Hunter Beliefs and Behaviors Related to Chronic Wasting Disease in 2021
Siemer, W. F., T. B. Lauber, R. C. Stedman, J. Hurst, K. L. Schuler, and D. Kreinheder. 2021. Hunter beliefs and behaviors related to chronic wasting disease in 2021: findings from a baseline study. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 21-2. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 54 pp. 

Landowner Views on Providing Public Access for Wildlife-Dependent Recreation
Siemer, W. F., and T B. Lauber. 2022. Landowner views on providing public access for wildlife-dependent recreation: findings from a 2021 survey. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 22-2. Dept. of Nat. Resour. and the Env., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 61 pp. 

Learning from hunter education volunteers’ experiences.
Quartuch, M. R., Siemer, W. F., Decker, D. J. & Stedman, R. C. (2021). Learning from hunter education volunteers’ experiences. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 26(1), 37-47, 

Distant Political-Economic Forces and Global-to-Local Pathway to Impacts on Forests of Ejido Landscapes across Yucatán, México
Lawrence, Ted J., Stephen J. Morreale, et al. “Distant Political-Economic Forces and Global-to-Local Pathway to Impacts on Forests of Ejido Landscapes across Yucatán, México.” Land Degradation & Development, vol. 30, no. 17, 2019, pp. 2021–32, doi:10.1002/ldr.3400.

Managing Fish and Wildlife: Public Trust in DEC and Opinions on DEC Funding
Connelly, N.A., and T.B. Lauber. 2021. Managing Fish and Wildlife: Public Trust in DEC and Opinions on DEC Funding. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 21-4. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 12 pp. 

Hunters and Anglers at West Point: Their Experiences and Opinions on Management
Connelly, N.A., and R.C. Stedman. 2021. Hunters and anglers at West Point: Their experiences and opinions on management. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 21-3. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 71 pp

Incorporating biodiversity in municipal land-use planning: An assessment of technical assistance, policy capacity, and conservation outcomes in New York’s Hudson Valley.
Allred, S., Stedman, R., Heady, L. and K. Strong. 2021. Incorporating biodiversity in municipal land-use planning: An assessment of technical assistance, policy capacity, and conservation outcomes in New York’s Hudson Valley. Land Use Policy, 104: 105344. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2021.105344

Drylands rainwater harvesting: A community-based management approach.
Alhaamd, M., Alrababah, M., Jaradat, S., Gharaibeh, A. and S. Allred. 2021. Drylands rainwater harvesting: A community-based management approach. International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Management and Informatics, 7(1): 31-43.

A study of angler behavior and the spread of aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes region
van Riper, C.J., E.J. Golebie, S. Shin, M. Eriksson, A. Smith, C. Suski, & R. Stedman. 2020. A study of angler behavior and the spread of aquatic invasive species in the Great Lakes region. Series 20-7 Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 94 pp.

What counts as an “environmental” issue? Differences in issue conceptualization across race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status.
Song, H., Lewis, N. A., Ballew, M. T., Davydova, J., Gao., H., Garcia, R., Hiltner, S., Naiman, S. M., Pearson, A. R., Romero-Canyas, R. & Schuldt, J. P. (2020). What counts as an “environmental” issue? Differences in issue conceptualization across race, ethnicity, and socioeconomic status. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 68(101404). 
 

Duck Hunting on Public Lands in New York
Siemer, W.F.., R. C. Stedman, and T.B. Lauber. 2021. Duck hunting on public land in New York: Findings from a 2020 hunter survey. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 21-1. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 45 pp.

Understanding Black Bear Hunting in New York
Siemer, W.F., T.B. Lauber, and R.C. Stedman. 2020. Understanding black bear hunting in New York: Findings from 2019 hunter survey. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 20-2. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 57 pp.

New York Hunters’ Perceptions of Chronic Wasting Disease
Siemer, W.F., T.B. Lauber, and R.C. Stedman. 2020. New York hunters’ perceptions of chronic wasting disease. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 20-3. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 57 pp.

Local Residents’ Deer Population Preferences
Siemer, W.F., R.C. Stedman, and T.B. Lauber. 2020. Local residents’ deer population preferences: Results from a 2020 survey of 8 wildlife management unit aggregates. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 20-6. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 94 pp.

Factors affecting public attitudes toward reintroduction of wolves in Japan.
Sakurai, R., Tsunoda, H., Enari, H., Siemer, W. F., Uehara, T. & Stedman, R. C. (2020). Factors affecting public attitudes toward reintroduction of wolves in Japan. Global Ecology and Conservation, 22, e01036, doi: 

Grand theft hydrocarbon? Post-production clauses and inequity in the U.S. shale gas industry.Sachs, C., Bugden, D. & Stedman, R. (2020). Grand theft hydrocarbon? Post-production clauses and inequity in the U.S. shale gas industry. Extractive Industries and Society, 7(4), 1443-1450. 

Longitudinal influence of online consumer knowledge on millennials’ sustainable clothing consumption.
Portway S., Lewis T. L., Allred S. & Frank R. (2020). Longitudinal influence of online consumer knowledge on millennials’ sustainable clothing consumption.  Sustainability in Fashion Proceedings, 1(1)

Measuring good governance: A pilot instrument for evaluating good governance principles.Pomeranz, E.F. & Stedman, R. C.  (2020). Measuring good governance: A pilot instrument for evaluating good governance principles. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 22(3), 428-440. 

The effects of aquatic invasive species on recreational fishing participation and value in the Great Lakes: Possible future scenarios.
Lauber, T. B., Stedman, R. C., Connelly, N. A., Ready, R. C., Rudstam, L. G. & Poe, G. L. (2020). The effects of aquatic invasive species on recreational fishing participation and value in the Great Lakes: Possible future scenarios. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 46(3), 656-665. 

Just say yes: Sharing your time builds your talents.
Knuth, B. A.  (2020).  Just say yes:  Sharing your time builds your talents.  Pages 153-156 in Taylor, W. W., Carlson, A. K., Bennett, A. & Ferreri, C. P., editors. Lessons in Leadership: Integrating Courage, Vision, and Innovation for the Future of Sustainable Fisheries. American Fisheries Society.

Ratcheting up Rigor in Wildlife Management Decision Making
Fuller, Angela K., et al. “Ratcheting up Rigor in Wildlife Management Decision Making.” Wildlife Society Bulletin, vol. n/a, no. n/a, doi:10.1002/wsb.1064. Accessed 24 Feb. 2020.

What Makes a Wildlifer Stand out from the Rest
Decker, D. J., W. F. Siemer, E. F. Pomeranz, A. F. Forstchen, M. V. Schiavone, M.S. Baumer, C. A. Smith, S. J. Riley, and P. E. Lederle. 2020. Habits and Practices of Effective Fish and Wildlife Management Professionals. The Wildlife Professional 14(1):28–33.

Giving leadership rather than taking it.
Decker, D. J. (2020). Giving leadership rather than taking it. Pages 397-404 in Taylor, W. W., Carlson, A. K., Bennett, A. & Ferreri, C. P., editors. Lessons in Leadership: Integrating Courage, Vision, and Innovation for the Future of Sustainable Fisheries. American Fisheries Society.

Landowner Opinions about Moose in Northern New York State
Connelly, N.A., T.B. Lauber, R.C. Stedman, and H.E. Kretser. 2020. Landowner opinions about moose in northern New York State. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 20-4. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 55 pp.

Attitudes towards Moose among Large Private Forestland Owners and Managers in Northern New York
Connelly, N.A., T.B. Lauber, R.C. Stedman, and H. Kretser. 2020. Attitudes towards moose among large private forestland owners and managers in Northern New York. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 20-1. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 25 pp. 

Public Awareness of NYSDEC and Participation in Wildlife Viewing
Connelly, N.A, and T.B. Lauber. 2020. Public Awareness of NYSDEC and Participation in Wildlife Viewing. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 20-5. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 13 pp.

The impact of forest usage and accessibility on the perceptions of its users and surrounding residents.
Blaise, G. C., Brown, J. A., Jordan, R. C. & Sorensen, A. E. (2020). The impact of forest usage and accessibility on the perceptions of its users and surrounding residents. Urban Science, 4(4), 79. https://doi.org/10.3390/urbansci4040079

Intimacy on the half-shell: place, oysters, and the emerging narrative of Virginia aquaculture.
Armstrong, A., Stedman, R. C. & Krasny, M. E. (2020). Intimacy on the half-shell: place, oysters, and the emerging narrative of Virginia aquaculture. In Intimate Relations: Communicating (in) the Anthropocene. Lexington Press (Roman and Littlefield).

A Rapid Response Survey to Characterize the Impacts of the 2017 High Water Event on Lake Ontario
Steinschneider, Scott, et al. “A Rapid Response Survey to Characterize the Impacts of the 2017 High Water Event on Lake Ontario.” JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, vol. 55, no. 4, 2019, pp. 1065–79, doi:10.1111/1752-1688.12750.

The End of the (Research) World As We Know It? Understanding and Coping With Declining Response Rates to Mail Surveys.
Stedman, Richard C., et al. “The End of the (Research) World As We Know It? Understanding and Coping With Declining Response Rates to Mail Surveys.” Society & Natural Resources, vol. 32, no. 10, Oct. 2019, pp. 1139–54, doi:10.1080/08941920.2019.1587127.

Understanding Black Bear Hunting in New York
Siemer, W.F., T.B. Lauber, and R.C. Stedman. 2020. Understanding black bear hunting in New York: Findings from 2019 hunter survey. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 20-2. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 57 pp.

Understanding Local Residents’ Bear Population Preferences: Results from a Survey in Upstate New York
Siemer, W. F., T. B. Lauber, R. C. Stedman, and D. J. Decker. 2019. Understanding local residents’ bear population preferences: Results from a survey in Upstate New York. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 19-2. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 73 pp.

Local Residents’ Deer Population Preferences
Siemer, W. F., R. C. Stedman, and T. B. Lauber. 2019. Local residents’ deer population preferences: Results from a 2019 survey of 8 Wildlife Management Unit Aggregates. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 19-4. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 98 pp.

Integration of Social and Ecological Sciences for Natural Resource Decision Making: Challenges and Opportunities
Robinson, Kelly F., et al. “Integration of Social and Ecological Sciences for Natural Resource Decision Making: Challenges and Opportunities.” Environmental Management, no. 5, 2019, p. 565, doi:10.1007/s00267-019-01141-2

Effects of a Personal Narrative in Messages Designed to Promote Healthy Fish Consumption Among Women of Childbearing Age
Niederdeppe, Jeff, et al. “Effects of a Personal Narrative in Messages Designed to Promote Healthy Fish Consumption Among Women of Childbearing Age.” Health Communication, vol. 34, no. 8, July 2019, pp. 825–37, doi:10.1080/10410236.2018.1437526.

Rethinking Resilience to Wildfire.
McWethy, David B., et al. “Rethinking Resilience to Wildfire.” Nature Sustainability, vol. 2, no. 9, Sept. 2019, pp. 797–804, doi:10.1038/s41893-019-0353-8

Sense of Place in Social--Ecological Systems: From Theory to Empirics.Masterson, Vanessa A., et al. “Sense of Place in Social--Ecological Systems: From Theory to Empirics.” Sustainability Science, no. 3, 2019, p. 555, doi:10.1007/s11625-019-00695-8.
 

Distant Political-Economic Forces and Global-to-Local Pathway to Impacts on Forests of Ejido Landscapes across Yucatán, MéxicoLawrence, Ted J., Stephen J. Morreale, et al. “Distant Political-Economic Forces and Global-to-Local Pathway to Impacts on Forests of Ejido Landscapes across Yucatán, México.” Land Degradation & Development, vol. 30, no. 17, 2019, pp. 2021–32, doi:10.1002/ldr.3400.
 

Rethinking Landscape Conservation: Linking Globalized Agriculture to Changes to Indigenous Community-Managed Landscapes.Lawrence, Ted J., Richard C. Stedman, et al. “Rethinking Landscape Conservation: Linking Globalized Agriculture to Changes to Indigenous Community-Managed Landscapes.” Tropical Conservation Science, vol. 12, Jan. 2019, p. 1940082919889503, doi:10.1177/1940082919889503.
 

Quality and Extent of Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in the Northeast, South Central & Pacific Islands Regions
Lauber, T.B. and Stedman, R.C. 2019. Quality and Extent of Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in the Northeast, South Central, and Pacific Islands Regions. Center of Conservation Social Sciences 19-1, Department of Natural Resources. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 149 pp.

Politically-Relevant Fisheries Science: Reflections on the Work of Henry Regier, or, Lessons from the Sassy ScientistKnuth, Barbara A. “Politically-Relevant Fisheries Science: Reflections on the Work of Henry Regier, or, Lessons from the Sassy Scientist.” Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management, vol. 22, no. 3, July 2019, pp. 258–62, doi:10.1080/14634988.2019.1652533.
 

When Places Collide: Power, Conflict and Meaning at MalheurIngalls, Micah L., et al. “When Places Collide: Power, Conflict and Meaning at Malheur.” Sustainability Science, vol. 14, no. 3, May 2019, pp. 625–38, doi:10.1007/s11625-019-00689-6.
 

Integrating Subjective and Objective Dimensions of Resilience in Fire-Prone Landscapes.Higuera, Philip E., et al. “Integrating Subjective and Objective Dimensions of Resilience in Fire-Prone Landscapes.” BioScience, vol. 69, no. 5, May 2019, pp. 379–88, doi:10.1093/biosci/biz030.
 

Place Meanings on the Urban Waterfront: A Typology of StewardshipsEnqvist, Johan P., et al. “Place Meanings on the Urban Waterfront: A Typology of Stewardships.” Sustainability Science, no. 3, 2019, p. 589, doi:10.1007/s11625-019-00660-5.
 

Measuring Bird Damage to Three Fruit Crops: A Comparison of Grower and Field Estimates.Elser, J. L., et al. “Measuring Bird Damage to Three Fruit Crops: A Comparison of Grower and Field Estimates.” Crop Protection, vol. 123, Sept. 2019, pp. 1–4, doi:10.1016/j.cropro.2019.05.010.
 

Between Fixities and Flows: Navigating Place Attachments in an Increasingly Mobile WorldDi Masso, Andrés, et al. “Between Fixities and Flows: Navigating Place Attachments in an Increasingly Mobile World.” Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol. 61, Feb. 2019, pp. 125–33, doi:10.1016/j.jenvp.2019.01.006.
 

Between fixities and flows: Navigating place attachments in an increasingly mobile worldDi Masso, A., Williams, D. R., Raymond, C. M., Buchecker, M., Degenhardt, B., Devine-Wright, P., Hertzog, A., Lewicka, M., Manzo, L., Shahrad, A., Stedman, R., Verbrugge, L., and von Wirth, T. 2019. Between fixities and flows: Navigating place attachments in an increasingly mobile world. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 61. 125-133.
 

Moving the Paradigm from Stakeholders to Beneficiaries in Wildlife Management.Decker, Daniel J., Ann B. Forstchen, William F. Siemer, et al. “Moving the Paradigm from Stakeholders to Beneficiaries in Wildlife Management.” The Journal of Wildlife Management, vol. 83, no. 3, 2019, pp. 513–18, doi:10.1002/jwmg.21625.
 

An Eye toward Ethics.Decker, Daniel J., Ann B. Forstchen, Michael V. Schiavone, et al. “An Eye toward Ethics.” The Wildlife Professional, no. May/June, 2019, pp. 28–31.
 

Identifying Habits and Practices of Effective Fish and Wildlife ProfessionalsDaniel J Decker, W. F. Siemer, E. F. Pomeranz, A. B. Forstchen, M. V. Schiavone, M. S. Baumer, C. A. Smith, S. J. Riley, and P. E. Lederle. 2019. Identifying habits and practices of effective fish and wildlife management professionals. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 19-3. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 37pp.

Estimated Exposure to Mercury from Fish Consumption among Women Anglers of Childbearing Age in the Great Lakes Region.Connelly, Nancy A., et al. “Estimated Exposure to Mercury from Fish Consumption among Women Anglers of Childbearing Age in the Great Lakes Region.” Environmental Research, vol. 171, Apr. 2019, pp. 11–17, doi:10.1016/j.envres.2019.01.005.
 

Public Awareness of and Attitudes toward Moose in New York StateConnelly, N.A., T.B. Lauber, R.C. Stedman, and H. Kretser. 2019. Public awareness of and attitudes toward moose in New York State. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 19-5. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 17 pp.

Communicating about Climate Change, Natural Gas Development, and ‘Fracking’: U.S. and International Perspectives.Clarke, Chrstopher E., et al. “Communicating about Climate Change, Natural Gas Development, and ‘Fracking’: U.S. and International Perspectives.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia, Climate Science, Oxford University Press, 2019.
 

Rural Landowners, Energy Leasing, and Patterns of Risk and Inequality in the Shale Gas Industry.Bugden, Dylan, and Richard Stedman. Rural Landowners, Energy Leasing, and Patterns of Risk and Inequality in the Shale Gas Industry.” Rural Sociology, vol. 84, no. 3, Sept. 2019, p. 459.

A Synthetic View of Acceptance and Engagement with Smart Meters in the United States.Bugden, Dylan, and Richard Stedman. “A Synthetic View of Acceptance and Engagement with Smart Meters in the United States.” Energy Research & Social Science, vol. 47, Jan. 2019, pp. 137–45, doi:10.1016/j.erss.2018.08.025.
 

Place and Behavior: The Role of AccessibilityBugden, Dylan, and Richard Stedman “Place and Behavior: The Role of Accessibility.” Journal of Environmental Psychology, vol. 63, June 2019, pp. 109–17, doi:10.1016/j.jenvp.2019.04.008.

Exploring Youth Development through an Environmental Education Program for Rural Indigenous WomenBriggs, Lilly, et al. “Exploring Youth Development through an Environmental Education Program for Rural Indigenous Women.” Journal of Environmental Education, vol. 50, no. 1, Jan. 2019, pp. 37–51. Routledge. Available from: Taylor & Francis, Ltd. 530 Walnut Street Suite 850, Philadelphia, PA 19106. Tel: 800-354-1420; Tel: 215-625-8900; Fax: 215-207-0050; Web site: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals.
 

Why Do Landowners Disagree About Local Water PollutionArmstrong, Andrea, et al. “Beyond ‘Us and Them’: Why Do Landowners Disagree About Local Water Pollution?” Society & Natural Resources, vol. 32, no. 11, Nov. 2019, pp. 1200–21, doi:10.1080/08941920.2019.1620390.
 

Understanding Local Environmental Concern: The Importance of Place.Armstrong, Andrea, and Richard C. Stedman. “Understanding Local Environmental Concern: The Importance of Place.” Rural Sociology, vol. 84, no. 1, Mar. 2019, p. 93

Limiting conflicts when managing public lands for furbearer trapping and dog-related recreation
Triezenberg, H. A. and Knuth, B. A. 2018. Limiting conflicts when managing public lands for furbearer trapping and dog-related recreation. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 42(4): 559-567.

Understanding local residents’ deer population preferences: Results from a 2018 survey of 7 Wildlife Management Unit Aggregates
Siemer, W. F., N. A. Connelly, R. C. Stedman, T. B. Lauber, and D. J. Decker. 2018.  Understanding local residents’ deer population preferences: Results from a 2018 survey of 7 Wildlife Management Unit Aggregates. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 18-05. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 84 pp.
 

Traits that affect capacity of refuges in USFWS Region 5 to facilitate recreation, education, and service opportunities.
Siemer, W. F., C. Doyle-Capitman, and D. J. Decker. 2018. Traits that affect capacity of refuges in USFWS Region 5 to facilitate recreation, education, and service opportunities. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 18-6. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 31 pp.

Understanding Factors that Influence Hunter Preferences for Timing of Waterfowl Hunting Seasons
Siemer, W. F. and Stedman, R.C. 2018. Center fpr Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 18-4. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 84 pp.

The Potential Impact of Aquatic Nuisance Species on Recreational Fishing in the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi and Ohio River Basins
Ready, R. C., G. P. Poe, T. B. Lauber, N. A. Connelly, R. C. Stedman, L. G. Rudstam. 2018. The Potential Impact of Aquatic Nuisance Species on Recreational Fishing in the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi and Ohio River Basins. Journal of Environmental Management. 206. 304-318.

Learning and linking for invasive species management
Nourani, S. W., Krasny, M. E., and Decker, D. J. 2018. Learning and linking for invasive species management. Ecology and Society. 23 (3): 29.

Effects of a Personal Narrative in Messages Designed to Promote Healthy Fish Consumption Among Women of Childbearing Age
Niederdeppe, Jeff, et al. “Effects of a Personal Narrative in Messages Designed to Promote Healthy Fish Consumption Among Women of Childbearing Age.” Health Communication, vol. 34, no. 8, July 2019, pp. 825–37, doi:10.1080/10410236.2018.1437526.

Understanding Support for Actively Managed Protected Areas: The Case of the Albany Pine Bush Reserve
Naiman, S.M., S.B. Allred, N. Gifford, E. Kinal, and C. Buckler. 2018. Understanding Support for Actively Managed Protected Areas: The Case of the Albany Pine Bush Preserve. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 18-2. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 137 pp.

In Forest and Intact: Designating Future Use of Family-Forest-Owned Land
Markowski-Lindsay, M., Catanzaro, P., Bell, K., Kittredge, D., Markowitz, E., Leahy, J., Butler, B., Milman, A., and Allred, S. 2018. In Forest and Intact: Designating Future Use of Family-Forest-Owned Land. Society of American Foresters. 116:4.

Exploring the role of gain versus loss framing and point of reference in messages to reduce human-bear conflicts
Lu, H., Siemer, W. F., Baumer, M. S., and Decker, D. J. 2018. Exploring the role of gain versus loss framing and point of reference in messages to reduce human-bear conflicts. The Social Science Journal. 55. 182-192.

Quality and Extent Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in the North Central & Southwest Regions
Lauber, T.B., Stedman, R.C., & Dayer, A.A. (2018). Quality and Extent of Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in the North Central and Southwest Regions. CCSS Publ. 18-1 Department of Natural Resources, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 98 pp

Effects of an Advisory Brochure on Fish Consumption of Urban Anglers in the Great Lakes Region
Lauber, T. B., Connelly, N. A., Niederdeppe, J., and Knuth, B. A. 2018. Effects of an Advisory Brochure on Fish Consumption of Urban Anglers in the Great Lakes Region. Risk Analysis. 38:7. 

Climate change and agriculture in New York and Pennsylvania: risk perceptions, vulnerability and adaptation among farmers
Lane D, Chatrchyan A, Tobin D, Thorn K, Allred S, Radhakrishna R (2018). Climate change and agriculture in New York and Pennsylvania: risk perceptions, vulnerability and adaptation among farmers. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 33, 197–205. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1742170517000710

A Decade of Marcellus Shale: Impacts to People, Policy, and Culture from 2008 to 2018 in the Greater Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States
Jacquet, Jeffrey B., et al. “A Decade of Marcellus Shale: Impacts to People, Policy, and Culture from 2008 to 2018 in the Greater Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States.” The Extractive Industries and Society, vol. 5, no. 4, Nov. 2018, pp. 596–609, doi:10.1016/j.exis.2018.06.006.

Toward a model for local stakeholder paricipation in landscape-level wildlife conservation
Doyle-Capitman, Catherine E., Decker, Daniel J., Jacobson, Cynthia A. 2018. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 

Facilitating Local Stakeholder Participation in Collaborative Landscape Conservation Planning
Doyle-Capitman, C.E. & Decker, D.J. (2018). Facilitating Local Stakeholder Participation in Collaborative Landscape Conservation Planning: A Practitioners’ Guide. Human Dimensions Research Unit Publ. Series 17-12. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci.,Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.

Wildlife Management is Science Based: Myth or Reality?
Decker, D. J., Organ, J. F., Forstchen, A. B., Shiavone, M. V., and Fuller, A. K. 2018. Wildlife Management is Science Based: Myth or Reality? The Wildlife Professional. July/August 2018.

Wildlife Damage to Crops: Perceptions of Agricultural and Wildlife Leaders in 1957, 1987, and 2017
Conover, M. R., Butikofer, E., and Decker, D. J. 2018. Wildlife Damage to Crops: Perceptions of Agricultural and Wildlife Leaders in 1957, 1987, and 2017. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 42 (4): 551-558.

Bait Dealers' Roles in Preventing the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species and Fish Pathogens in the Great Lakes Region
Connelly, N.A., T.B. Lauber, R.C. Stedman, and B.A. Knuth. 2018. Bait Dealers' Roles in Preventing the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species and Fish Pathogens in the Great Lakes Region. Journal of Great Lakes Research 44:514-520.

Using a web-based diary method to estimate risks and benefits from fish consumption. Risk Analysis
Connelly, N.A., T.B. Lauber, J. Niederdeppe, and B.A. Knuth. 2018. Using a web-based diary method to estimate risks and benefits from fish consumption. Risk Analysis. 38:1116-1127.

Evaluating Public Response to the Young Forest Initiative on Wildlife Management Areas: Surveys of New York Residents and Small Game Hunters
Connelly, N.A., Lauber, T.B., Stedman, R.C., and Allred, S.B. 2018. Evaluating Public Response to the Young Forest Initiative on Wildlife Management Areas: Surveys of New York Residents and Small Game Hunters. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publication Series 18-3. 

Evaluating Public Response to the Young Forest Initiative on Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs): Surveys of Landowners and Hunters Living Near Four WMAs
Connelly, N.A., Lauber, T.B., and Stedman, R.C. 2018. Evaluating Public Response to the Young Forest Initiative on Wildlife Management Areas: Surveys of Landowners and Hunters Living Near Four WMAs. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publication Series 18-7. 

A Synthetic View of Acceptance and Engagement with Smart Meters in the United States.
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