Below you can find HDNR scholarship reports highlighting recent publications and awarded grants by year and month, starting with September of 2018.  Additionally you can view all departmental faculty and research publications by viewing our Google Scholar Group.

2019

Publications

Jonathan Salerno

Pricope N, Cassidy L, Gaughan A, Stevens F, Salerno J, Hartter J, Mupeta P, Drake M. In press. Addressing integration challenges of interdisciplinary research in social-ecological systems. Society and Natural Resources

 

Keith Carlisle and Rebecca Gruby

Carlisle, K.M. & Gruby, R.L. 2019. “Customary Marine Tenure in Palau: Social Function and Implications for Fishery Policy.” Human Ecology 47: 527. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-019-00094-8

 

Grants

Jonathan Salerno

Measuring and modeling tolerance of human-lion conflict among cattle keepers in East Africa (w/ Crooks, Teel, Breck, Bruyere, Niemiec, Gruby, Hoag, and Schultz). OVPR Q4 Quarterly Strategic Investment.

Publications

Tara Teel

Lischka, S. A., Teel, T. L., Johnson, H. E., & Crooks, K. R. (2019) Understanding and managing human tolerance for a large carnivore in a residential system. Biological Conservation, 238, 108189. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.07.034

Katie M. Abrams, Kirsten Leong, Sara Melena & Tara Teel (2019) Encouraging Safe Wildlife Viewing in National Parks: Effects of a Communication Campaign on Visitors’ Behavior, Environmental Communication, DOI: 10.1080/17524032.2019.1649291

 

Grants

Rebecca Niemiec

A Collaborative Approach to Address Human-Carnivore Conflict: Wolf Restoration to Colorado. USDA National Wildlife Research Center; Turner Foundation; The Saisei Foundation; Co-PI with Stewart Breck, Kevin Crooks, Rebecca Gruby, Dana Hoag, Courtney Schultz, Jon Salerno, and Tara Teel

Publications

Jennifer Solomon

Stacy Armbruster, Jennifer Solomon, Trent Blare & Jason Donovan (2019) Women’s time use and implications for participation in cacao value chains: evidence from VRAEM, Peru, Development in Practice, DOI: 10.1080/09614524.2019.1604630

 

Kelly Jones

Ryan M. Roberts; Kelly W. Jones; Esther Duke; Xoco Shinbrot; Erin E. Harper; Erin Fons; Antony S. Cheng; Brett H. Wolk. 2019. Stakeholder perceptions and scientific evidence linking wildfire mitigation treatments to societal outcomes. Journal of Environmental Management.

 

Rebecca Gruby

Carlisle, K.M. & Gruby, R.L. In Press. Customary Marine Tenure in Palau: Social Function and Implications for Fishery Policy. Human Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10745-019-00094-8

 

Michael Gavin

Thomas, A. S., Milfont, T. L., & Gavin, M. C. (2019). Scenario-based analyses evaluate potential outcomes of proposed regulatory changes in recreational fishery. ICES Journal of Marine Science, fsz141, https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsz141.

 

Rebecca Niemiec

Niemiec RM, Asner GP, Gaertner JA, Brodrick PG, Hughes F, Vaughn N, Heckler J, Matsumoto T, and Keith L. (In Press). Using Spatially Explicit, Time-Dependent Analysis to Understand How Social Factors Influence Conservation Outcomes. Conservation Biology.

 

Jonathan Salerno

Gaughan, Stevens, Pricope, Hartter, Cassidy, Salerno. 2019. Operationalizing Vulnerability: Land System Dynamics in a Transfrontier Conservation Area. Land.

Grants

Natalie Ooi

Identifying Drought-related Triggers and Impacts on Decision Calendars for the Ski Industry. NOAA SARP grant.

Publications

Stuart Cottrell

Moriarty, K., Cheng, A.S., Hoffman, C.M., Cottrell, S.P., & Alexander, M.E. (In press). Firefighter observations of “surprising” fire behavior in mountain pine beetle-attacked lodgepole pine forests, Fire, accepted June 15, 2019.

 

Lina Xiong

Xiong, L. & King, C. (2019). Aligning employees’ attitudes and behavior with hospitality brands: the role of employee brand internalization. Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Management. Accepted.

 

Grants

None reported

Publications

 

Adam Mayer

Mayer, Adam, and Stephanie Malin. “How should unconventional oil and gas be regulated? The role of natural resource dependence and economic insecurity.” Journal of Rural Studies 65 (2019): 79-89.

Malin, Stephanie A., et al. “Putting on partisan glasses: Political identity, quality of life, and oil and gas production in Colorado.” Energy Policy 129 (2019): 738-748.

Smith, E. K., & Mayer, A. (2019). Anomalous Anglophones? Contours of free market ideology, political polarization, and climate change attitudes in English-speaking countries, Western European and post-Communist states. Climatic Change, 152(1), 17-34.

Mayer, Adam. “National energy transition, local partisanship? Elite cues, community identity, and support for clean power in the United States.” Energy Research & Social Science 50 (2019): 143-150.

Mayer, Adam. “Partisanship, politics, and the energy transition in the United States: A critical review and conceptual framework.” Energy Research & Social Science 53 (2019): 85-88.

Mayer, Adam. “Scalar controversies in oil and gas governance: Perspectives on who should regulate the oil and gas industry from policy actors in Colorado and Utah.” The Extractive Industries and Society 6.1 (2019): 94-102.

Mayer, Adam, and E. Keith Smith. “Unstoppable climate change? The influence of fatalistic beliefs about climate change on behavioural change and willingness to pay cross-nationally.” Climate Policy 19.4 (2019): 511-523.

Mayer, Adam, and Shawn Olson Hazboun. “Does fracking drive you to drink? Unconventional oil and gas production and alcohol consumption in US counties.” The Extractive Industries and Society (2019).

 

Jerry Vaske

Vaske, J. J., & Miller, C. A. (2019) Deer Hunters’ Disease Risk Sensitivity over Time. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 24(3), 317-320.

 

Grants

Adam Mayer

Alternative development pathways for Colorado’s Coal Country. The Energy Institute at Colorado State University 

 

Rebecca Niemiec

Interventions for Motivating Residents to Recruit and Coordinate with their Neighbors for Environmental Conservation. NSF Decision, Risk, and Management Sciences Directorate

 

Examining how messaging influences public perspectives on wolf reintroduction to Colorado. National Geographic Society

Publications

Kelly Jones

Gannon, B.M., Wei, Y., MacDonald, L.H., Kampf, S.K., Jones, K.W., Cannon, J.W., Wolk, B.H., Cheng, A.S., Addington, R.N., Thompson, M.P. 2019. “Prioritising fuels reduction for water supply protection.” International Journal of Wildland Fire.https://doi.org/10.1071/WF18182.

Jennifer Solomon

Jones, M.S. and J.N. Solomon. 2019. Challenges and Supports for Women Conservations Leaders. Conservation Science & Practice. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1111/csp2.36

Tara Teel

Laverty, T. M., Teel, T. L.,  Thomas, R. E. W., Gawusab. A. A., & Berger, J. (2019). Using pastoral ideology to understand human-wildlife coexistence in arid agricultural landscapes. Conservation Science and Practice.

 

Grants

Tara Teel

Catalyzing innovation and interdisciplinary partnership to advance human-carnivore coexistence; PI: K. Crooks; Co-PIs: S. Breck, R. Gruby, D. Hoag, R. Niemiec, J. Salerno, C. Schultz, T. Teel. Pre-catalyst for Innovative Partnerships (PRECIP) program, Office of the Vice President for Research, Colorado State University

Jonathan Salerno

Integrating mobile data collection technologies across HDNR academic programs (Co-PIs Tara Teel and Mike Manfredo); WCNR

Publications

Stuart Cottrell

Raadik Cottrell, J. & Cottrell, S.P. (In Press). Sense of place predictors of perceived effects of a proposed island to mainland bridge on future experience, Island Studies Journal, accepted March 9, 2019.

 

Michael Gavin

Pacheco Coelho MT, Pereira EB, Haynie HJ, Rangel TF, Kavanagh P, Kirby KR, Greenhill SJ, Bowern C, Gray RD, Colwell RK, Evans N, and Gavin MC. 2019. Drivers of geographical patterns of North American language diversity. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2019.0242

Rozzi R, May RH, Chapin FS, Massardo F, Gavin MC, Klaver IJ, Pauchard A, Nuñez MA, Simberloff D. (Eds). 2019. From Biocultural Homogenization to Biocultural Conservation. Springer Nature Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.

Tang R and Gavin MC. 2019. The dynamics of biocultural approaches to conservation in Inner Mongolia, China. In: From Biocultural Homogenization to Biocultural Conservation. Springer Nature Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.

Rozzi R, May RH, Chapin FS, Massardo F, Gavin MC, Klaver IJ, Pauchard A, Nuñez MA, Simberloff D. 2019. From Biocultural Homogenization to Biocultural Conservation: A Conceptual Framework to Reorient Society Toward Sustainability of Life. In: From Biocultural Homogenization to Biocultural Conservation. Springer Nature Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.

 

Kelly Jones

Shinbrot, X.A., Jones, K.W., Rivera-Castañeda, A., López-Báez, W., Ojima, D.S. (2019). “Smallholder Farmer Adoption of Climate-Related Adaptation Strategies: The Importance of Vulnerability Context, Livelihood Assets, and Climate Perceptions.” Environmental Management. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-019-01152-z.

Powlen, K.A., Jones, K.W. (2019). “Identifying the determinants of and barriers to landowner participation in reforestation in Costa Rica.” Land Use Policy 84: 216-225.

 

Grants

Brett Bruyere

A Landscape Study and Recommendations for Conservation Leadership Capacity Building, National Geographic Society

Publications

Tara Teel

Mitchell, A. M., Bruyere, B. L., Otieno, T. O., Bhalla, S., & Teel, T. (2018) A comparison between human-carnivore conflicts and local community attitudes toward carnivores in Westgate Community Conservancy, Samburu, Kenya. Human Dimensions of Wildlife.

Dietsch, A. M., Manfredo, M. J., Sullivan, L., Bruskotter, J. T., & Teel, T. L. (2019). A multilevel, systems view of values can inform a move toward human-wildlife coexistence. In Frank, B., Glikman, J. A., & Marchini, S., (Eds.). Human-wildlife interactions: turning conflict into coexistence. Cambridge University Press.

 

Stuart Cottrell

Schneider, I.E., Arnberger, A., Cottrell, S.P., & Von Ruschkowski, E. (In press). Modelling impacts of bark-beetle infestations on forest visitor experiences and intended displacement. Forest Science.

 

Michael Manfredo

Arlinghaus, J. K. Abbott, Eli P. Fenicheld, S. R. Carpenter, L. M. Hunt,J Alos, T. Klefoth, S. J. Cooke, R. Hilborn, O. P. Jensen, M. J. Wilberg,J. R. Post, and M. J. Manfredo,  2019. Governing the recreational dimension ofglobal fisheries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, March .

Dietsch, A. M., Manfredo, M. J., Sullivan, L., Bruskotter, J. T., & Teel, T. L. (2019). A multilevel, systems view of values can inform a move toward human-wildlife coexistence. In Frank, B., Glikman, J. A., & Marchini, S., (Eds.). Human-wildlife interactions: turning conflict into coexistence. Cambridge University Press.

 

Jerry Vaske

Sponarski, C, C., Miller, C. A., & Vaske, J. J. (2018). Perceived risks and coyote management in an urban setting. Journal of Urban Ecology, 4(1), 1-5.

Sponarski, C. C. Vaske, J. J. Bath, A. J. & Loeffler, T. A. (2019). Retaining change in attitudes and emotions toward coyotes with experiential education. Wildlife Research. https://doi.org/10.1071/WR18035

 

Grants

Ryan Finchum

Capacity Development for Amazon Protected Areas in Brazil. US Forest Service International Programs.

Supporting Gender in Protected Areas in Latin America. US Forest Service International Programs.

Publications

 

Jonathan Salerno

Salerno J, Diem J, Konecky B, Hartter J. In press. Recent intensification of the seasonal rainfall cycle in equatorial Africa revealed by farmer perceptions, satellite-based estimates, and climate station measurements. Climatic Change

Diem J, Salerno J, Konecky B, Hartter J. In press. Is equatorial Africa getting wetter or drier? Insights from an evaluation of long-term, satellite-based rainfall estimates for western Uganda. International Journal of Climatology

Grants

None submitted to report

2018

Publications

 

Rebecca Niemiec

Niemiec RM, Willer R, Ardoin NM, Brewer F (In Press). A Field Experiment to Motivate Landowners to Recruit their Neighbors for Private Land Conservation. Conservation Biology.

Graham, S., Metcalf, A.L., Gill, N., Niemiec, R., Moreno, C., Bach, T., Ikutegbe, V., Hallstrom, L., Ma, Z. and Lubeck, A., In Press. Opportunities for better use of collective action theory in research and governance for invasive species management. Conservation Biology.

 

Jim Barborak

James R. Barborak, Juan E. Bezaury, Ernesto C. Enkerlin-Hoeflich, David Gutiérrez, David Harmon, Nikita Lopoukhine, Jerry Mitchell, Nora Mitchell, David Reynolds, Rosa Maria Vidal, and Mike Walton. North American Protected Areas Conference: A Proposal. The George Wright Forum, vol. 35, no. 3, pp. 326–331 (2018)

 

 

Grants

None submitted to report

Publications

 

Lina Xiong

Xiong, L., So, K. K., Wu, L., & King, C. (2018) Speaking up because it’s my brand: Examining employee brand psychological ownership and voice behavior in hospitality organizations. International Journal of Hospitality Management (impact factor: 3.445). In press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhm.2018.11.006

 

Rebecca Gruby

Hanich, Q., Rotjan, R., Aqorau, T., Bailey, M., Campbell, B., Gray, N., Gruby, R., Hampton, J., Ota, Y., Parris, H., Reid, C., Sumaila, R., and Swartz, W. In Press. Unraveling the blue paradox: Incomplete analysis yields incorrect conclusions about Phoenix Islands Protected Area closure. PNAS.

 

Brett Bruyere

Mitchell, A.M., Bruyere, B.L., Otieno, T. O., Bhalla, S, & Teel, T. (2018) A comparison between human-carnivore conflicts and local community attitudes toward carnivores in Westgate Community Conservancy, Samburu, Kenya. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. https://doi.org/10.1080/10871209.2018.1548671

Coulter, J., Witinok-Huber, R., Bruyere, B.L., & Nyingi, W. (2018). Giving women a voice on decision-making about water: barriers and opportunities in Laikipia, Kenya. Gender, Place & Culture.doi.org/10.1080/0966369X.2018.1502163

 

Mike Gavin

David-Chavez, D. M., & Gavin, M. C. (2018). A global assessment of Indigenous community engagement in climate research. Environmental Research Letters.
https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/aaf300

 

Adam Mayer

Mayer, A. (2018). The Fiscal Impacts of Energy: Perspectives from local governments in the Mountain West, USA. Energy Policy, 122, 186-193.

Smith, E. K., & Mayer, A. (2018). Anomalous Anglophones? Contours of free market ideology, political polarization, and climate change attitudes in English-speaking countries, Western European and post-Communist states. Climatic Change, 1-18.

 

Kelly Jones

Jones, KW et al. Exploring the connections between participation in and benefits from payments for hydrological services programs in Veracruz State, Mexico. Ecosystem Services 35: 32-42. Available online Nov 2018.

 

Jerry Vaske

Vaske, J. J., Miller, C. A. Toombs, T. P., Schweizer, L. A., & Powlen, K. A. (2018). Farmers’ value orientations, property rights and responsibilities, and willingness to adopt Leopold’s land ethic. Society and Natural Resources, 31(10), 1118-1131 https://doi.org/10.1080/08941920.2018.1463423

 

Tara Teel

Jacobs, M. H., Vaske, J. J., Teel, T. L., & Manfredo, M. J. (2018). Human dimensions of wildlife. In Steg, L., & de Groot, J. I. M., Eds. Environmental psychology: An introduction, 2nd Edition. Wiley-Blackwell.

 

Grants

Rebecca Gruby

Project title: Philanthropic Legacies: Understanding the Role of Foundations in Marine Conservation Governance

PI: Rebecca Gruby

Sponsor: David and Lucile Packard Foundation

 

Jim Barborak

Project title: Protected Area Finance Workshop for Madagascar Protected Area Managers

PI: Jim Barborak

Sponsor: Wildlife Conservation Society

Publications

 

Kelly Jones

The impact of protected area governance and management capacity on ecosystem function in Central America. Carlos L. Muñoz Brenes, Kelly W. Jones, Peter Schlesinger, Juan Robalino, Lee Vierling. PLoS ONE 13(10): e0205964. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0205964

 

Causal inference in environmental conservation: The role of institutions. Erin O. Sills, Kelly Jones. Handbook of Environmental Economics, Volume 4, ISSN 1574-0099, https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.hesenv.2018.09.001https://books.google.com/books?id=3ZjBCQAAQBAJ&pg=PA395&lpg=PA395&dq=Causal+inference+in+environmental+conservation:+The+role+of+institutions&source=bl&ots=uBRlMC3aPy&sig=rP5FtF5FnVEEFKXuZxEALnXMrNQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj93ebBxcXeAhWl8YMKHZigA8wQ6AEwAnoECAUQAQ#v=onepage&q=Causal%20inference%20in%20environmental%20conservation%3A%20The%20role%20of%20institutions&f=false

 

 

Grants

Project title: Recreational Boating at Lewisville Lake and Joe Pool Lake, TX

Co-PIs: Mindy Clark, Jerry Vaske, & David Knight

Sponsor: Army Corps of Engineers

Publications

Michael Gavin

Gavin MC, Kavanagh PK, Haynie HJ, Bowern C, Ember CR, Gray RD, Jordan FM, Kirby KR, Kushnick G, Low BS, Vilela B, Botero CA. 2018. The global geography of human subsistence. Royal Society Open Science 5: 171897.

Meng C, Breidt FJ, Solomon JN, Gavin MC. 2018. Understanding the drivers of sensitive behavior using Poisson regression from quantitative randomized response technique data. Plos One 13(9): e0204433.

 

Tara Teel

Lischka, S. A., Teel, T. L., Johnson, H. E., Reed, S. E., Breck, S., Don Carlos, A., & Crooks, K. (2018). A conceptual model for the integration of social and ecological information to understand human-wildlife interactions. Biological Conservation, 225, 80-87.

 

Jennifer Solomon

Meng C, Breidt FJ, Solomon JN, Gavin MC. 2018. Understanding the drivers of sensitive behavior using Poisson regression from quantitative randomized response technique data. Plos One 13(9): e0204433.

 

Rebecca Gruby

Bennett, A., Acton, L., Epstein, G., Gruby, R.L., and Nenadovic, M. 2018. Embracing conceptual diversity to integrate power and institutional analysis: Introducing a relational typology. International Journal of the Commons 12(2).

Carlisle, K., and Gruby, R.L. 2018. Why the path to polycentricity matters: Evidence from fisheries governance in Palau.  Environmental Policy and Governance 28(4): 223-235

 

Grants

None submitted to report