|A multi-scalar approach to theorizing socio-ecological dynamics of urban residential landscapes
||Chowdhury, Rinku Roy; Larson, Kelli; Grove, Morgan; Polsky, Colin; Cook, Elizabeth; Onsted, Jeffrey; Ogden, Laura.
|Environmental values and their relationship to ecological services
||Schroeder, Herbert W.
|Chapter 6: A socioeconomic assessment of Forest Service Recovery Act Projects: Huron Fuels Treatment Project, Michigan
||Jakes, Pamela J.
|Landscape and urban planning at 100: Looking back moving forward
||Gobster, Paul H.
|The diverse values and motivations of family forest owners in the United States: An analysis of an open-ended question in the National Woodland Owner Survey
||Bengston, David N.; Asah, Stanley T.; Butler, Brett J.
|Economic Impacts of Non-Native Forest Insects in the Continental United States
||Aukema, Juliann E.; Leung, Brian.; Kovacs, Kent; Chivers, Corey; Britton, Kerry O.; Englin, Jeffrey; Frankel, Susan J.; Haight, Robert G.; Holmes, Thomas P.; Liebhold, Andrew M.; McCullough, Deborah G.; Von Holle, Betsy.
|Abstracts of proceedings of the second conference on the human dimensions of wildland fire
||McCaffrey, Sarah M.; Fisher, Cherie LeBlanc, eds.
|Improving an inherently stressful situation: the role of communication during wildfire evacuations
||Stidham, Melanie; Toman, Eric; McCaffrey, Sarah M.; Schinder, Bruce.
|Understanding homeowner preparation and intended actions when threatened by a wildfire
||McCaffrey, Sarah M.; Winter, Greg.
|Dynamic reserve selection: Optimal land retention with land-price feedbacks
||Toth, Sandor F.; Haight, Robert G.; Rogers, Luke W.