HDFW 2012 Presentations

Over 100 lectures were presented by researchers from around the world at the 2012 conference.
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From here you can review interesting lectures that you attended and take a look at presentations that you missed!
 
This webpage contains a complete listing of presentations from the 2012 Pathways to Success Conference. Downloadable PDF documents are available for many of these presentations. These presentation files are available for you to view with permission from the authors. Please keep in mind that these files were originally Power Point presentations used as visual aids during a lecture or poster presentation and are presented here out of context. If you want more information then please contact the presenter directly.
 



Biodiversity and Coupled Social-Ecological Systems

Aquatic Invasive Species in Utah?  Registered Boat Owners’ Response to and Knowledge of an Agency Awareness and Outreach Campaign
Dana Dolsen*

An evaluation of silvopastoral systems as an integral strategy for climate change adaptation, the conservation of natural resources, and the strengthening of livelihoods: A case study in the Coapa River Watershed, Chiapas, Mexico.
Britt Basel, Michele Bratschun*, Jessica Fischer, Valerie Miller
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Local Livelihoods, Protected Areas, and Buffer Zones: II  -  9-27-12/12:00pm - 1:00pm

Context, charisma, and conservation: The influence of wildlife tourism on tourists' pro-conservation behaviors
Jeffrey Skibins*, Robert Powell

Conservation through sustainable use:  a Torghar model, Pakistan
Tahir Rasheed, Michael R. Frisina*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Working With the Public  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Estimating the Economic Value of Conservation Reserve Program Land for Pheasant Hunting
Scott Knoche*, Frank Lupi
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Conservation on Private Lands  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Globalization, shifting livelihoods, and their effects on natural resources on the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua
Daniel Kramer*
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Local Livelihoods, Protected Areas, and Buffer Zones: II  -  9-27-12/12:00pm - 1:00pm

Human dimensions in relations between the community of Torres and marine mammals in the Island of Lobos, Brazil
Mônica Tais Engel*, Silvio Marchini, Ana Carolina Pont, Larissa Rosa Oliveira
Monday September 24, 2012:  Marine Protected Areas Management  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Human dimensions research and coupled social-ecological systems: Conceptual fit and application
Len Hunt*, Steve Sutton, Robert Arlinghaus
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Mental Models  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

Predicting stakeholder support for fishery policies
Arren Allegretti*, Jerry Vaske, Stuart Cottrell
Monday September 24, 2012:  Marine Protected Areas Management  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Predicting Support for Feral Cat Management: Stakeholder Perceptions, Attitudes and Beliefs
Dara Wald*, Susan Jacobson
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Feral and Domestic Cats  -  9-26-12/10:00am - 11:30am

Socioeconomic Evaluation of the Impact of Natural Resource Stressors on Human-Use Services in the Great Lakes Environment: A Lake Michigan Case Study 
William Breffle* (and powerpoint presentation)
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  US Inland Fisheries Management  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

The effect of a marine reserve on changes in fishing site demand by recreational anglers in the central Gulf of California, Mexico
Marie Fujitani*
Monday September 24, 2012:  Marine Protected Areas Management  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

The Impact of Energy Sprawl on Biodiversity and Human Well-being
Nathan Jones*, Liba Pejchar
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Ecological Security and Societal Well-being: Are these competing or converging goals in development decisions?  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Variation and erosion of traditional ecological knowledge in Vanuatu: Implications for fish and wildlife management
Joe McCarter*, Michael Gavin
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Traditional Ecological Knowledge  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

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Demographics and Fish and Wildlife Policy

Nonresident license purchasing patterns and an aging customer base: A demonstration study of six states.
Loren Chase*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Perceptions, Attitudes, and Policies Regarding Non-Resident Hunters and Anglers  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Quantifying the effects of a postmodern shift on hunting and angling in the American Southwest.
Loren Chase*
Monday September 24, 2012:  Wildlife Value Orientations  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Wildlife stakeholder acceptance capacity for game species in Hawaii
Cheryl Lohr, Christopher Lepczyk, Alisa Davis*, Edwin Johnson

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Discourses about Wildlife

Defining "humane" in human-wildlife interactions
John Hadidian*, John Griffin
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Mental Models  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

Flagships or Battleships: deconstructing the relationship between conflicts “involving” wildlife and species used as conservation flagships.    
Leo Douglas*, Diogo Verissimo, Timothy Hodgetts, Maan Barua
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Communication and Public Relations  -  9-26-12/10:00am - 11:30am

Hunters as "stewards of the land"
Ketil Skogen*, Olve Krange, Helene Figari
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Hunting: Managing for Change  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

Socio-cultural constructions of values and attitudes towards wildlife and the environment: Attracting underrepresented groups to wildlife professions
Nia Haynes*, Susan Jacobson

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Enduring Issues in HDFW

Can we create tolerance for wolves? An evaluation of the effect of removing federal Endangered Species Act protections for wolves on interested citizens' attitudes, behavioral intentions and behaviors
Jeremy Bruskotter*, Robyn Wilson, Kristina Slagle
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Wolves  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Examining Angler Preferences for Recreation and Tourism Product development Using the Concept of Recreation Specialization
Chi-Ok Oh*, Hyounggon Kim
Monday September 24, 2012:  Angler Specialization  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Is there a future for hunting in the region of Gorski kotar, Croatia?
Vesna Kerezi, Alistair Bath*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Hunting: Managing for Change  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

Local Interest in Visiting Rubondo Island National Park, Tanzania: Implications for Conservation
Sadie Stevens*, Bridget Amulike, Steria Ndaga, John Organ, Thomas Serfass
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Local Livelihoods, Protected Areas, and Buffer Zones: I  -  9-27-12/10:30am - 11:30am

Measuring preferences of current, former, and potential subscribers for North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission's print magazine: an effort to learn how to keep the magazine sustainable
Kerry Linehan*, Dain Palmer, Greg Jenkins
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Working with the Public and Citizen Science  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Perceived Risk of Chronic Wasting Disease and Potential Behavioral Changes among Illinois Deer Hunters
Craig Miller*, Mark Alessi, Jerry Vaske
Monday September 24, 2012:  Coping with Wildlife Diseases  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Social and Ecological Determinants of Access to Fish and Game in Interior Alaska: An Urban Hunter Perspective
Casey Brown*, Winslow Hansen, Todd Brinkman

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Fish and Wildlife Governance

A Review of Community Based Wildlife Management in Surama, an IndigenousCommunity in Guyana
Jewel Liddell*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Co-Management  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

A comparative analysis of specialization clustering associated with sense of place among steelhead anglers
Matthew McKinney, Deborah Kerstetter, Alan Graefe*, Harry Zinn, Robert Burkholder
Monday September 24, 2012:  Angler Specialization  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Attitudes of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico Recreational For-Hire Fishing Industry Towards Current and Pending Regulatory and Management Policies
Michelle Savolainen*, Richard Kazmierczak, Rex Caffey
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Non-Compliance and Illicit Behavior  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Comparing and contrasting resident and nonresident results from a 2011 mule deer hunter preference survey conducted by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Mike Lewis*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Perceptions, Attitudes, and Policies Regarding Non-Resident Hunters and Anglers  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Comparing the structure and function of mental models of fishery scientists and angling experts related to pike (Esox lucius) ecology and management
Johanna Hilsberg, Andrew McFall, Steven A. Gray*, Robert Arlinghaus
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Emotions and Mental Models  -  9-26-12/10:00am - 11:30am

Crime and community-based conservation: lessons from Madagascar
Meredith Gore*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Non-Compliance and Illicit Behavior  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Deer Cooperatives in Southern Michigan
Anna Mitterling*, Daniel Kramer, Shawn Riley, Ken Frank
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Ungulate Management  -  9-27-12/12:00pm - 1:00pm

Determinants of Expectation and Satisfaction Following Regulatory Changes for Duck Hunting in Illinois, USA
Craig Miller*, Mark Alessi
Monday September 24, 2012:  Waterfowl Hunting: Participants and Management  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Delivering the potential of the public trust doctrine
Darragh Hare*
Monday September 24, 2012:  Transformation and the North American Model: I  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Examining community-based organizations within the fishery co-management program on Lake Victoria, E. Africa
Ted Lawrence*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Fisheries: Managing for Change  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

Fishery Co-management Approach: Lessons Learned from the Xe Kong River Basin
Chanthaphone Thammavong*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Co-Management  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

How Human Dimensions Enables Agency Transformation: A Case Study in Florida
Ann Forstchen*, Daniel Decker
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Transformation and the North American Model: II  -  9-25-12/1:00pm - 2:00pm

Internet-based catch diaries in fisheries and wildlife management
Mikko Rautiainen*, Aku Ahlholm
Monday September 24, 2012:  Methodology  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Innovative Approaches to Rebuilding Angler Participation
Adrian Clarke*
Monday September 24, 2012:  Symposium: Incorporating Human Dimensions into the Management of British Columbia Recreational Fisheries  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Is transformation of state wildlife agencies compatible with the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation?
Steve L. McMullin*, Amy L. Carrozzino-Lyon, James A. Parkhurst
Monday September 24, 2012:  Transformation and the North American Model: I  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Managing large ungulates in Europe -          the need to address institutional challenges of wildlife management
Camilla Sandström*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Landscape Level Planning  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

Managing White-tailed Deer in Northeast National Wildlife Refuges: an analysis of the human dimensions of lethal wildlife management on peri-urban public lands
Catherine Doyle-Capitman*
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Ungulate Management  -  9-27-12/12:00pm - 1:00pm

Perceptions about Indian fisheries affect sustainability trends in Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra
Divya Karnad*, Mayuresh Gangal, Krithi Karanth
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Non-Compliance and Illicit Behavior  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Pressured to contract? What the "books" say about one state wildlife agency.
Robert Towry*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Transformation and the North American Model: II  -  9-25-12/1:00pm - 2:00pm

The Changing Dynamics of Managing Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary to Protect the Jaguars
Dominique Lizama*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Co-Management  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

The shape of the commons: Marine Protected Areas, social networks, and the conservation of small-scale fisheries in the Northern Gulf of California, Mexico
Jennifer Duberstein*, Jorge Torre, William Shaw
Monday September 24, 2012:  Marine Protected Areas Management  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Understanding factors that influence stakeholder trust of natural resource science and institutions 
Mary Younkin*, Stevenn Gray
Monday September 24, 2012:  Transformation and the North American Model: I  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

UNDERSTANDING AUDIENCES TO IMPROVE AGENCY DECISION MAKING: THE ISSUE OF LEAD AMMUNITION AND FISHING TACKLE
Danielle Ross-Winslow*, Tara Teel, Kirsten Leong
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Communication and Public Relations  -  9-26-12/10:00am - 11:30am

Using a strategic choice matrix to communicate the role for human dimensions in agency transformation
Daniel Decker*, Ann Forstchen

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Human Wildlife Conflict

Attitudinal differences among residents, park staff, and visitors toward coyotes in CapeBreton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia, Canada
Carly Sponarski*, Alistair Bath, Jerry Vaske
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Coyotes  -  9-27-12/8:00am - 10:00am

An Approach for Spatial Integration of Human Dimensions, Ecological, and Managerial Data to Inform Mitigation of Human-Coyote Conflict in Urban Areas
Andrew Don Carlos*, Tara Teel, Stewart Breck, Mary Ann Bonnell
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Coyotes  -  9-27-12/8:00am - 10:00am

Applying hazard acceptance models to understand tolerance for large carnivores
Robyn Wilson*, Jeremy Bruskotter, Kristina Slagle
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Innovations  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

Appraisal level and self-reported feeling towards large carnivores
Maria Johansson*, Anders Flykt, Jens Karlsson
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Emotions and Mental Models  -  9-26-12/10:00am - 11:30am

Buton Macaques (Macaca ochreata brunnescens): Crops, Conflict,and Behavior on Farms
Nancy Priston*, Rebecca Wyper, Phyllis Lee
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Crop Raiding  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Brightening Conflict Analysis using PCI: A Mixed Methods Approach to Understanding Human-Black Bear Encounters & Conflicts
Kathryn Mazaika*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Bears  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

Can landowner decisions influence white-tailed deer management? Exploring restricted hunting access to private land.
Keith Munro*, Len Hunt, Brent Patterson, Bruce Pond
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Conservation on Private Lands  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Characterizing the human-tiger conflict in and around Ranthambhore Tiger reserve in, India
Randeep Singh*, S.P. Goyal, Qamar Qureshi
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Big Cats I  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Do Trout Anglers support the Reintroduction of River Otters at Their Fishing Sites? 
Megan Spindler*, Courtney Birkmeyer, Sadie Stevens, Tom Serfass
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Management of Reintroduced River Otter  -  9-25-12/1:00pm - 2:00pm

Evaluating the spatial distribution of local intolerance to tigers
Neil Carter*, Ashton Shortridge, Shawn Riley, Binoj Shrestha, Jianguo Liu
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Big Cats I  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Exploring the dynamics of intergroup conflict over wolf management
Michelle Lute, MSc*, Meredith Gore
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Reintroduction and Recolonization of Native Species  -  9-27-12/10:30am - 11:30am

Human-Wildlife Conflict in Pacific Rim Nationial Park Reserve: Wolves, Shorebirds, People, Dogs, Beaches and Leashes
Matthew Bowes*
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Wolves  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Human-Wildlife Conflict: A Conceptual Framework for Managing Elephant Conflict in Northern Uganda
Walter Raleigh Odokorwot*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Crop Raiding  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

HUMAN DIMENSIONS OF MONK PARAKEET MANAGEMENT IN ARGENTINA
Sonia Canavelli*, Marilyn Swisher, Lyn Branch
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Innovations  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

Implicit human response to non-charismatic megafauna; the case of the eastern hellbender in southern Indiana
Nathan Mullendore*, Rebecca Perry-Hill, Adam Reimer, Linda Prokopy
Monday September 24, 2012:  Wildlife Value Orientations  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Integrating movement ecology and socioeconomics to reduce high rates of poaching of Mongolian Great Bustards
Aimee Kessler*, Natsagdorj Tseveenmyadag, Batbayar Nyambayar, Batsuur' Dashnyam, Andrew Smith
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Non-Compliance and Illicit Behavior  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Jaguar Conservation on Private Lands: Opportunities and Challenges for the Rupununi, Guyana.
Evi Paemelaere*, Diane McTurk, Esteban Payan
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Big Cats II  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Local residents' perceptions of human-wildlife conflict: A case study in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan
Kato Eri*, Toshiyuki Tsuchiya
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Crop Raiding  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Participation and Payments: Efficacy of two lion conservation programs in Maasailand, Kenya Participation and Payments: Efficacy of two lion conservation programs in Maasailand, Kenya
Leela Hazzah*, Stephanie Dolrenry, Lisa Naughton, Ogeto Mwebi, Fiachra Kearney, Laurence Frank
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Big Cats I  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Perceived Threats from Urban Wildlife: A Comparison in Attitudes and Perceived Threat between Coyotes and other Urban Wildlife
Molly Spacapan*, Craig Miller, Mark Alessi
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Coyotes  -  9-27-12/8:00am - 10:00am

Perceptions Towards Jaguar (Panthera Onca) Conservation in Three Communities of the Abra-Tanchipa Biosphere Reserve, Mexico
ALEJANDRA OLIVERA-MENDEZ*, E. RUBI GONZALEZ-SIERRA, OCTAVIO C. ROSAS-ROSAS, J. FELIPE NUÑEZ-ESPINOZA, OSCAR L. FIGUEROA-RODRIGUEZ
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Big Cats II  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Protected area borderlands: places of conflict or coexistence between people and wildlife?
Beatrice Frank, Alistair Bath*
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Local Livelihoods, Protected Areas, and Buffer Zones: II  -  9-27-12/12:00pm - 1:00pm

Predicting ranchers' intention to kill jaguars in Brazil
Silvio Marchini*, David Macdonald
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Big Cats II  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Predictive potential of emotions for acceptability of management options
Maarten Jacobs*, Jerry Vaske, Piera Fehres
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Emotions and Mental Models  -  9-26-12/10:00am - 11:30am

River otter (Lontra canadensis) visitation at fish-rearing facilities in Pennsylvania
Kelly Ashcraft*, Tom Serfass, Sadie Stevens
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Management of Reintroduced River Otter  -  9-25-12/1:00pm - 2:00pm

Stakeholder Dynamics and Attitudes toward Mountain Lions in the Sierra La Laguna Biosphere Reserve, Baja California Sur, Mexico
Stephaney Cox*
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Big Cats II  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Social Dynamics of Human-Coyote Conflicts: The role of animal control officers
Lynsey White Dasher*
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Coyotes  -  9-27-12/8:00am - 10:00am

Tackling conflicts over species conservation
Steve Redpath*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Innovations  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

The Return of the Beaver (Castor fiber) to Northern Germany - Implications for Natural Resource and Human Dimensions Management in Lower Saxony
Eick von Ruschkowski*, Tonja Mannstedt, Stefan Rüter
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Reintroduction and Recolonization of Native Species  -  9-27-12/10:30am - 11:30am

Understanding commercial fishers’ attitudes and beliefs about compliance with “go slow areas” to protect marine wildlife in the Great Sandy Strait Marine Park, Australia.
Stephen Sutton*, Renae Tobin
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Non-Compliance and Illicit Behavior  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Understanding human thought in relation to human-wildlife conflict: a case example involving wolf recolonization in Washington
Alia Dietsch*, Michael Manfredo, Tara Teel
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Reintroduction and Recolonization of Native Species  -  9-27-12/10:30am - 11:30am

Understanding human-black bear interactions in Durango, Colorado: applying human dimensions information to guide wildlife conflict management 
Stacy Lischka*, Heather Johnson, John Broderick, Chad Bishop
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Bears  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

Use of a mail survey of cattle producers to collect data for estimation of elk resource selection functions relative to cattle during the elk brucellosis transmission risk period in the southern Greater Yellowstone Area
Mandy Kauffman*, Benjamin Rashford, Brandon Scurlock, Dannele Peck, Walt Cook, Todd Cornish, Hank Edwards, Jim Logan, Brant Schumaker
Monday September 24, 2012:  Coping with Wildlife Diseases  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Who wants feral cats in the Hawaiian Islands and why?
Cheryl Lohr, Christopher Lepczyk, Alisa Davis*

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Implications of Global Change

Citizen's Beliefs and Attitudes towards Climate Change and Energy Development in South Dakota
Larry Gigliotti*, Eileen Dowd Stukel

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Improving HDFW Science

Understanding human-bear encounters and bear management from a local perspective in two Northern urbanizing regions across the Pacific-Rim
Kim Jochum*, Andrew Kliskey, Lilian Alessa, Dmitry Lisitsyn
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Bears  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

A Content Analysis of Waterfowl Hunting Videos
Erin Harper*, Mark Alessi, Craig Miller
Monday September 24, 2012:  Waterfowl Hunting: Participants and Management  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

A new approach to measuring and monitoring non-compliance with natural resource regulations: The randomized response technique
Michael Gavin*, Jerry Vaske, Anthony Novack, Jennifer Solomon
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Non-Compliance and Illicit Behavior  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Addressing Preference Heterogeneity among British Columbia's Rainbow and Kokanee Anglers
Kornelia Dabrowska*, Wolfgang Haider, Len Hunt
Monday September 24, 2012:  Symposium: Incorporating Human Dimensions into the Management of British Columbia Recreational Fisheries  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Angler catchability in a multi-stock rainbow trout lake fishery
Hillary Ward*, Paul Askey, John Post
Monday September 24, 2012:  Symposium: Incorporating Human Dimensions into the Management of British Columbia Recreational Fisheries  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Assessing tolerance for wildlife with attitudinal and behavioral measures: A case study with wolves
Jeremy Bruskotter, Kristina Slagle*, Robyn Wilson, Ajay Singh, David Fulton
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Wolves  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Collaborative Research in the Port Orford, Oregon Live Fish Fishery: Lessons Learned
Suzanna Stoike*, Selina Heppell, Bryan Tilt, James Golden
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Collaborative Conservation  -  9-27-12/10:30am - 11:30am

Comparing mail, Internet, and mixed mode methods in a survey of North Carolina waterfowl hunters
Dain Palmer*, Joe Fuller
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Survey Methods  -  9-25-12/1:00pm - 2:00pm

Duck Hunter Constraints to Involvement and Effort in Illinois
Elizabeth St. James*, Craig Miller, Mark Alessi
Monday September 24, 2012:  Waterfowl Hunting: Participants and Management  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Evaluating Biases Associated with Conducting an Internet Statewide Angler Survey
Kjetil Henderson*, Larry Gigliotti
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Roundtable Dialogue: The Promise and Pitfalls of Conducting Internet Based Survey Research for Natural Resource Management Decision Making  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

Farmers, hunters, and wolves in Wisconsin: An in-depth look at attitudes towards wolves using a mixed-methods approach
Christine Browne-Nunez*, Adrian Treves, David MacFarland, Zachary Voyles
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Wolves  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Human Dimensions Insight and Stakeholder Participation Needs in Landscape-level Partnerships for Conservation (EU perspective)
Camilla Sandström*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Plenary Session With Cynthia Jacobson, Camilla Sandstrom, and Shawn Riley  -  9-25-12/8:30am - 9:30am

Innovations in On-Site Survey Administration: Using an iPad Interface at National Wildlife Refuges and National Parks
Shawn Davis*, Jessica Thompson, Sarah Schweizer
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Survey Methods  -  9-25-12/1:00pm - 2:00pm

Managing ecosystem health in large lakes requires a partnership between ecological and human dimensions science
Norine Dobiesz*, Tracy Dobson, Catherine Masson, Ted Lawrence, John Gannon, Robert Hecky
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  US Inland Fisheries Management  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Project overview - Providing the human dimensions for sustainable fishery management
Wolfgang Haider*, Len Hunt
Monday September 24, 2012:  Symposium: Incorporating Human Dimensions into the Management of British Columbia Recreational Fisheries  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Residents' preference for bear occurrence in Shiretoko Peninsula, Japan: An image-based stated choice approach
Takahiro KUBO*, Yasushi SHOJI, Yasushi MASUDA, Tetsuya AIKOH
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Bears  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

The influence of specialization and target species choice on anglers' mental models of fish ecology
Steven Gray*, Johanna Hilsberg, Andrew McFall, Robert Arlinghaus
Monday September 24, 2012:  Angler Specialization  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Using the Web to Gather and Disseminate Human Dimensions Data: Examples from the 2010/2011 National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Survey
Holly Miller*, Natalie Sexton, Alia Dietsch
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Roundtable Dialogue: The Promise and Pitfalls of Conducting Internet Based Survey Research for Natural Resource Management Decision Making  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

Using Participatory Action Research Methods for Planning Long-term Management of Arctic Wildlife Population
Michael Ferguson*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Traditional Ecological Knowledge  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Waterfowl Hunting Videos: Who's Watching, and Why?
Mark Alessi*, Craig Miller

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Increasing HDFW Capacity

Applying knowledge of human and wildlife learning and behavior to wildlife management in the National Park Service
Kirsten Leong*, Daniel Decker, Lauren Barish
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Understanding and Managing Visitor Use  -  9-27-12/8:00am - 10:00am

Assessing Student Engagement in Natural Resources Education: A Multi-Dimensional Approach
Kaye Holman*, Jerry Vaske, Peter Newman, Ethan Billingsley
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Symposium: Innovations in Natural Resources Education: New Pathways for Meeting Global Challenges  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Assessing visitation to Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) using pneumatic vehicle recorders
Craig Marshall, Peter Fritzell*
Monday September 24, 2012:  Methodology  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Determining the Influence of Land Access on Antlerless Elk Harvest in Select Areas of Montana, USA
Joe Weigand*, Mike Lewis, Zoe King
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Ungulate Management  -  9-27-12/12:00pm - 1:00pm

Effects of sociopolitical variables on zoonotic disease-related risk perception
Meredith Gore*, Shawn Riley
Monday September 24, 2012:  Coping with Wildlife Diseases  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Field Philosophy: The Path from Dualism to Complexity
Lissy Goralnik*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Symposium: Innovations in Natural Resources Education: New Pathways for Meeting Global Challenges  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Integrating multiple objectives: Land management, wildlife conservation, and recreation user preference
Amy L. Silvano, Wayde C. Morse*, James B. Grand
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Understanding and Managing Visitor Use  -  9-27-12/8:00am - 10:00am

Internationalizing Academic Training in Parks and Protected Area Management through the EU’s ERASMUS Programme
Eick von Ruschkowski*, Robert Burns, Arne Arnberger, Thomas Fish
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Symposium: Innovations in Natural Resources Education: New Pathways for Meeting Global Challenges  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Japan's directions for future wildlife management - seeking wildlife education and human dimensions into university programs
Shoko Hosoda*, Tsuyoshi Yoshida
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Symposium: Innovations in Natural Resources Education: New Pathways for Meeting Global Challenges  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Made in Montana:  Fish & Wildlife Recommendations for Subdivision Development
Doris Fischer*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Symposium: Guidelines for Engagement With Local Landowners and Land-Use Agencies to Integrate Wildlife Friendly Practices into Private Land Management  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Maximizing ecosystem services benefits for wildlife and people: Experience of the Narmada Canal Project, India
Vinod B. Mathur*, Asha Rajvanshi, Roshni Arora
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Ecological Security and Societal Well-being: Are these competing or converging goals in development decisions?  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Planning for Visitor Use and Wildlife Protection in US National Parks
Ericka Pilcher*, Jennifer Stein
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Understanding and Managing Visitor Use  -  9-27-12/8:00am - 10:00am

Surveying Louisiana waterfowl hunters:  open web and random mail surveys produce similar responses to attitudinal questions
Lucien Laborde, Jr.*, Frank Rohwer, Michael Kaller
Monday September 24, 2012:  Waterfowl Hunting: Participants and Management  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

The Future of Floatline Fishing in Kansas: Integrating Human Dimensions Information into Regulation Changes
Susan Steffen*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  US Inland Fisheries Management  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

The influence of harvesting game and hunting satisfaction on hunting participation: An Eastern Oregon case study
Robert Burns*, Suresh Shrestha
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Hunting: Managing for Change  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

The State of Human Dimensions Capacity: Current Needs and Training Opportunities
Brad Milley*, Natalie Sexton, Kirsten Leong, Tara Teel, Mark Chase

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Other

'Beyond multinationals' insulation and global regulatory gaps: hopes for sustainability in economic ecosystems
William J. Lockhart*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Ecological Security and Societal Well-being: Are these competing or converging goals in development decisions?  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Combining ecological and socioeconomic information to inform the management of migratory species: Quantifying spatial subsidies
Darius Semmens*, Jay Diffendorfer, Laura López-Hoffman
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Ecological Security and Societal Well-being: Are these competing or converging goals in development decisions?  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Differentiating Hunting Experiences Between Resident and Nonresident Waterfowl Hunters in Illinois.
Craig Miller*, Mark Alessi
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Perceptions, Attitudes, and Policies Regarding Non-Resident Hunters and Anglers  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Guidelines and Incentives for Conservation Design in Local Land Use Regulations
Sarah Reed*, Heidi Kretser, Jodi Hilty, David Theobald
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Symposium: Guidelines for Engagement With Local Landowners and Land-Use Agencies to Integrate Wildlife Friendly Practices into Private Land Management  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Human Dimensions Research for Adaptable Community-Based Fish and Wildlife Management
Shawn Riley*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Plenary Session With Cynthia Jacobson, Camilla Sandstrom, and Shawn Riley  -  9-25-12/8:30am - 9:30am

Iowa resident and non-resident  hunters:  Observations from surveys 2001 - 2010.
Peter Fritzell, Jr.*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Perceptions, Attitudes, and Policies Regarding Non-Resident Hunters and Anglers  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Review of development induced changes in human dimensions and biodiversity values:  Where do we go from here?
Asha Rajvanshi*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Ecological Security and Societal Well-being: Are these competing or converging goals in development decisions?  -  9-25-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Spotted-necked Otters and Rubondo Island National Park, Tanzania: A Logical Link for Wildlife Tourism?
Tom Serfass*, Bridget Amulike, Sadie Stevens
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Tourism  -  9-27-12/12:00pm - 1:00pm

The role of community in Natural Resources Education
Peter Newman*, Tim Archie
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Symposium: Innovations in Natural Resources Education: New Pathways for Meeting Global Challenges  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

THE WEST COAST GOVERNORS ALLIANCE ON OCEAN HEALTH: CONNECTING SCIENCE TO POLICY TO BETTER MANAGE THE CALIFORNIA CURRENT LARGE MARINE ECOSYSTEM
Suzanna Stoike*, Alan Lovewell, Todd Hallenback, Alison Haupt
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Landscape Level Planning  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

Understanding Attitudes, Beliefs and Values toward Wood Bison (Bison bison athabascae) and Bison Management
Alice Will*, Alistair J. Bath
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Traditional Ecological Knowledge  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Woman the hunter: Insight into the recruitment and retention of female hunters
Elizabeth Covelli*, Alan Graefe

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The Changing Nature of Wildlife Conservation

Establishing a Refuge in the Headwaters of the Everglades:  Incorporating Human Dimensions in Refuge Planning and Management.
Keenan Adams*, Charlie Pelizza
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Landscape Level Planning  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

Human-Wildlife Conflict: Expanding Our Definition and Approach
Francine Madden*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Innovations  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

Landscape Conservation Cooperatives: Bridging Entities to Facilitate Adaptive Co-governance of Social-ecological Systems
Cynthia Jacobson*, Amanda Robertson
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Plenary Session With Cynthia Jacobson, Camilla Sandstrom, and Shawn Riley  -  9-25-12/8:30am - 9:30am

Mixed Methods Approaches to Identifying Shared Landscape Conservation Cooperative Priorities
Lyndsey Girod*, Courtney Flint
Monday September 24, 2012:  Methodology  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Reconsidering the social implications of conservation measures: fisheries management in the Lake of Pátzcuaro, Michoacán, México.
Ines Arroyo-Quiroz*, Victor Flores-Armillas, Ramon Perezgil-Salcido
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Invasive Species  -  9-27-12/8:00am - 10:00am

The Role of Environmental Education in Biodiversity conservation. A Case study in the protected areas of Nepal.
Samridhi Shrestha*, Andrew T. Smith
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Local Livelihoods, Protected Areas, and Buffer Zones: I  -  9-27-12/10:30am - 11:30am

Understanding beliefs, attitudes, and risk perceptions regarding free -ranging domestic cats in Colorado
Ashley Gramza*, Tara Teel, Kevin Crooks
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Feral and Domestic Cats  -  9-26-12/10:00am - 11:30am

Understanding visitor experience on national wildlife refuges
Natalie Sexton*, Alia Dietsch, Holly Miller
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Understanding and Managing Visitor Use  -  9-27-12/8:00am - 10:00am

Urbanization, game meat, and attitudes towards hunting
Per E Ljung*, Shawn J Riley, Göran Ericsson
Monday September 24, 2012:  Hunting and Fishing: Recruitment and Urbanization  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

What to do with "aliens"? - experts' opinions on the invasive alien species.
Agnieszka Olszanska*, Wojciech Solarz, Kamil Najberek
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Invasive Species  -  9-27-12/8:00am - 10:00am

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Wildlife in an Ecosystem Services Paradigm

Do incentive programs to promote endangered species recovery on private lands undermine a landowner's stewardship ethic?
Michael Sorice*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Conservation on Private Lands  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Recruiting and Retaining Clients in the Outfitting Industry
Stephen Eliason*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Hunting: Managing for Change  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

Reflect on Human Dimensions of Wildlife from Community Base Ecotourism and Conservation in Cambodia: Case Study in Chambok Community Base Ecotourism
Sophany Phauk*
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Tourism  -  9-27-12/12:00pm - 1:00pm

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Working with the Public

A collaboration between the National Park Service and the National Geographic Society: Using BioBlitzes to connect people to nature and wildlife while creating a new generation of citizen scientists and future natural resource stewards.
Michele Bratschun*, Sally Plumb, Ben Baldwin, Ben Bobowski, Paul McLaughlin, LaShelle Lyman, Karina Puikonnen, Foster Alison
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Working with the Public and Citizen Science  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

A critical Analysis of legal and policy initiatives on Community Based Fisheries Management in Indonesia
Laely Nurhidayah*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Fisheries: Managing for Change  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

A Spatial Analysis of Places of Wildlife Conservation Value Identified Using a Participatory GIS Survey
Cody Cox*, Wayde Morse
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Working With the Public  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Alaska Native Peoples' Participation in Conservation: Cultural Awareness is the Keystone
Jeffrey Brooks*, Melanie Jacobs, Minerva Dorantes, Crystal Leonetti
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Traditional Ecological Knowledge  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

An Assessment of Survey Research Data Collection Methodologies: Balancing Cost, Timeliness, and the Overriding Importance of Validity
Mark Damian Duda*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Roundtable Dialogue: The Promise and Pitfalls of Conducting Internet Based Survey Research for Natural Resource Management Decision Making  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

Anglers Count: A Technology-based Approach to Aid Fisheries Management
Jeffrey Duncan*, Rick Roberts, Linda Roberts
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Fisheries: Managing for Change  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

Benefits of Outdoor Skills to Health, Learning and Lifestyle: Literature Review
Stuart Cottrell*, Jana Raadik Cottrell
Monday September 24, 2012:  Hunting and Fishing: Recruitment and Urbanization  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Community values mapping as a tool to engage municipalities on planning for wildlife
Heidi Kretser*, Leslie Karasin
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Symposium: Guidelines for Engagement With Local Landowners and Land-Use Agencies to Integrate Wildlife Friendly Practices into Private Land Management  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Comparing a Convenience Sample against a Random Sample of Duck Hunters
Mark Alessi*, Craig Miller
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Roundtable Dialogue: The Promise and Pitfalls of Conducting Internet Based Survey Research for Natural Resource Management Decision Making  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

Conservation Plan Implementation: Engaging People in Conservation Behaviors through Collaboration with Educators
Kacie Miller*, Ashley Dayer, Jennie Duberstein, Melissa Pitkin
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Collaborative Conservation  -  9-27-12/10:30am - 11:30am

Developing Strategies to Encourage Private Forest Landowner Participation in Early Successional Forest Habitat Management
Ashley Dayer*, Shorna Allred, Richard
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Conservation on Private Lands  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Evaluating governance processes in the sharing of revenues from wildlife tourism and hunting in Ethiopia
Yitbarek Tibebe Weldesemaet*, Anke Fischer
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Co-Management  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

Evaluating the effectiveness of public involvement in a wolf conservation project for improving the coexistence between wolves and humans in Slovenia
Jasna Mulej Tlhaolang*, Alistair Bath, Aleksandra Majic Skrbinšek, Kelly Vodden
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Wolves  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Evaluating the Values of Online Survey Participants Monitoring Eastern Wild Turkeys (meleagris gallopavo sylvestris) in New Hampshire  
Allison Keating*, Peter Pekins, Robert Robertson, Judith Silverberg, Mark Ellingwood
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Survey Methods  -  9-25-12/1:00pm - 2:00pm

EXPLORING CLIMATE CHANGE BELIEFS: A CASE STUDY OF VISITORS TO NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGES
Alia Dietsch*, Natalie Sexton, Holly Miller
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Communication and Public Relations  -  9-26-12/10:00am - 11:30am

Fish Lake Reservoir: Points of Learning from Minnesota DNR's First Use of Structured Decision Making with the Public
Grant Wilson*, Mike Larson, Donald Pereira, Deserae Hendrickson, David Staples
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Working With the Public  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

From Engaging Society in Conservation to Staying Happily Married for 25 Years
Alistair Bath*
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Co-Management  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

He's here to study chimpanzees!  The researcher as a 'social actor'
Catherine Hill*, Matthew McLennan
Monday September 24, 2012:  Methodology  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Improving conservation education and connecting families to nature through programs targeting the wildlife values of the public
Becky Thomas*, Tara Teel, Brett Bruyere, Michael Manfredo
Monday September 24, 2012:  Wildlife Value Orientations  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Is it better a chicken today or a few euros tomorrow? Preferences for compensation in Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park (Italy)
Jenny Anne Glikman, Alistair Bath*
Monday September 24, 2012:  Human-Wildlife Conflict: Wolves  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

Local Perceptions of Pygmy Hippopotamus Conservation in Sierra Leone, Africa
Lincoln Larson*, April Conway, Sonia Hernandez, John Carroll
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Local Livelihoods, Protected Areas, and Buffer Zones: I  -  9-27-12/10:30am - 11:30am

Leveraging Partnerships to Engage Communities in Wildlife Conservation
Amy Masching*, Matt Herbert, Erin Stotz
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Working With the Public  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Long-term partnerships with local people provide contextual awareness to build adaptive capacity for wildlife management and conservation
Michael Painter*, Heidi Kretser
Monday September 24, 2012:  Lunch (Included/On-Site) and Plenary With Michael Painter & Heidi Kretser: Contextual awareness in long-term partnerships builds adaptive capacity for conservation: lessons from a Bolivian experience.  -  9-24-12/12:00pm - 1:00pm

Mental Modeler: Incorporating individual and group stakeholder understanding into natural resource decision-making through a fuzzy-logic cognitive mapping software tool
Steven Gray*, Mary Younkin
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Mental Models  -  9-26-12/8:00am - 9:30am

Michigan Deer Hunters’ Perceptions of Bovine Tuberculosis and its Management: Results from a Persuasive Outreach Campaign
Heather Triezenberg*, Meredith Gore
Monday September 24, 2012:  Coping with Wildlife Diseases  -  9-24-12/10:00am - 12:00pm

Public Relations and Anglers’ Perceptions About the Recreational Environment of a World Class Trout Stream
Michael Huffman*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Communication and Public Relations  -  9-26-12/10:00am - 11:30am

Rowing Against the Tide:  Getting Landowners to Manage Habitat for Their Favorite Wildlife Species, Bobwhites
Ronald Reitz*, Thomas Dailey, Heather Scroggins, Thomas Treiman, William White
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Conservation on Private Lands  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

The Barriers to Latino Visitation to Natural Areas and Participation in Public Programs
Susan Bonfield*, Brett Bruyere
Thursday September 27, 2012:  Engaging Women and Minorities  -  9-27-12/10:30am - 11:30am

The Quandary of Internet Survey Expediency vs. Mixed Mode Survey Reliability
Dana Dolsen*, Mark Damian Duda, Craig Miller, Larry Gigliotti, Natalie Sexton
Tuesday September 25, 2012:  Symposium: Roundtable Dialogue: The Promise and Pitfalls of Conducting Internet Based Survey Research for Natural Resource Management Decision Making  -  9-25-12/2:30pm - 4:30pm

The Social Dimensions of Riparian Land Use and Management in Southern Appalachia
Sakura R Evans*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Conservation on Private Lands  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Utilizing stakeholder input in developing a socially acceptable management plan for colony cats on a university campus
Alisa Davis*, David Hafner, Christopher Lepczyk
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Feral and Domestic Cats  -  9-26-12/10:00am - 11:30am

Using social capital to inform participation in sea turtle conservation: A case study of four coastal communities in northeast Brazil
Marisa Rinkus*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Working with the Public and Citizen Science  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Variations in Wildlife Value Orientations of Iowans
Andrew Stephenson*, Rebecca Christoffel, Peter Fritzell, Jr.
Monday September 24, 2012:  Wildlife Value Orientations  -  9-24-12/3:30pm - 5:30pm

What’s the Catch? Urban Fishing Programs, Stakeholders, and Water Quality 
Angie Carter*, Rebecca Christoffel, Lois Wright Morton
Monday September 24, 2012:  Hunting and Fishing: Recruitment and Urbanization  -  9-24-12/1:00pm - 3:00pm

Why engage in Conservation Development - perspectives of Conservation Development practitioners
Lindsay Ex*, Sarah Maisonneuve, Sarah Reed, Liba Pejchar
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Symposium: Guidelines for Engagement With Local Landowners and Land-Use Agencies to Integrate Wildlife Friendly Practices into Private Land Management  -  9-26-12/12:30pm - 2:30pm

Wildlife Conservation in Northern Alaska: Addressing Biological and Social Challenges
Jimmy Fox*, Neesha Stellrecht
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Traditional Ecological Knowledge  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Wildlife Management Units in Southeast Mexico: ¿Why they don't work?
Eduardo Naranjo*
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Working With the Public  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Wildlife professionals and recreational users of wildlife management areas in Virginia: An application of co-orientation to evaluate attitudes toward land management
Amy Carrozzino-Lyon*, Steve McMullin, James Parkhurst
Wednesday September 26, 2012:  Working With the Public  -  9-26-12/3:00pm - 5:00pm

Wildlife Viewing Preferences of Whitewater Recreationists in Ohiopyle State Park, Pennsylvania: Considerations for Indentifying Flagships to Promote Protection of Aquatic and Riparian Resources
Christina Fairbanks*, Sadie Stevens, Thomas Serfass

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Frontiers of Conservation Social Science

Frontiers of Conservation Social Science We are excited to announce the speakers for the Spring 2017 Series Frontiers of Conservation Social Science! Please join us Fridays from 1pm to 2pm to engage in a variety of presentations!

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Rebecca Gruby leading project focused on the human dimensions of large marine protected areas

Rebecca Gruby leading project focused  on the human dimensions of large marine protected areas
Rebecca Gruby, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, is leading a research and outreach project focused on the human dimensions of large marine protected areas.
 
The project includes case studies in Bermuda, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), Palau, the Common...

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Rebecca Gruby leading project focused on the human dimensions of large marine protected areas

Rebecca Gruby leading project focused  on the human dimensions of large marine protected areas
Rebecca Gruby, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources, is leading a research and outreach project focused on the human dimensions of large marine protected areas.
 
The project includes case studies in Bermuda, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), Palau, the Common...

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