Mark Brunson
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A framework for understanding social science contributions to ecosystem management
J Endter-Wada, D Blahna, R Krannich, M Brunson
Ecological applications 8 (3), 891-904, 1998
Foundations of translational ecology
CAF Enquist, ST Jackson, GM Garfin, FW Davis, LR Gerber, JA Littell, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15 (10), 541-550, 2017
Public attitudes toward wildlife damage management and policy
DK Reiter, MW Brunson, RH Schmidt
Wildlife society bulletin, 746-758, 1999
Social acceptability of forest conditions and management practices: a problem analysis
BA Shindler
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 2002
Geographic variation in social acceptability of wildland fuels management in the western United States
MW Brunson, BA Shindler
Society and Natural Resources 17 (8), 661-678, 2004
Ranching as a conservation strategy: can old ranchers save the new west?
MW Brunson, L Huntsinger
Rangeland Ecology & Management 61 (2), 137-147, 2008
Effects of ecological information on judgments about scenic impacts of timber harvest
MW Brunson, DK Reiter
Journal of environmental management 46 (1), 31-41, 1996
A definition of “social acceptability” in ecosystem management
MW Brunson
Defining social acceptability in ecosystem management: A workshop …, 1996
Fire and fuel management communication strategies: citizen evaluations of agency outreach activities
E Toman, B Shindler, M Brunson
Society and Natural Resources 19 (4), 321-336, 2006
Recreation substitutability: A research agenda
MW Brunson, B Shelby
Leisure Sciences 15 (1), 67-74, 1993
Nonindustrial private forest owners and ecosystem management: can they work together?
MW Brunson, DT Yarrow, SD Roberts, DCJ Guynn, MR Kuhns
Assessing recreational and scenic quality.
M Brunson, B Shelby
Benefit-based audience segmentation: A tool for identifying nonindustrial private forest (NIPF) owner education needs
O Salmon, M Brunson, M Kuhns
Journal of Forestry 104 (8), 419-425, 2006
United States public attitudes regarding predators and their management to enhance avian recruitment
TA Messmer, MW Brunson, D Reiter, DG Hewitt
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 75-85, 1999
Adoption of range management innovations by Utah ranchers
EA Didier, MW Brunson
Journal of Range Management 57 (4), 330-336, 2004
Socially acceptable” forestry: What does it imply for ecosystem management
MW Brunson
Western Journal of Applied Forestry 8 (4), 116-119, 1993
Badly burned? Effects of an escaped prescribed burn on social acceptability of wildland fuels treatments
MW Brunson, J Evans
Journal of Forestry 103 (3), 134-138, 2005
Social acceptability in forest and range management
B Shindler, MW Brunson, KA Cheek
Society and natural resources: A summary of knowledge 14, 1-17, 2004
Rangelands as social–ecological systems
T Hruska, L Huntsinger, M Brunson, W Li, N Marshall, JL Oviedo, ...
Rangeland systems: processes, management and challenges, 263-302, 2017
Sources of variation in attitudes and beliefs about federal rangeland management
MW Brunson, BS Steel
Society for Range Management, 1996
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