|The wildland-urban interface in the United States
||Stewart, Susan I.; Radeloff, Volker C.; Hammer, Roger B.
|Using focus groups to involve citizens in resource management--investigating perceptions of smoke as a barrier to prescribed forest burning
||Weisshaupt, Brad R.; Carroll, Matthew S.; Blatner, Keith A.; Jakes, Pamela J.
|Defensible space in the news: public discussion of a neglected topic
||Johnson, Jayne Fingerman; Bengston, David N.; Nelson, Kristen C.; Fan, David P.
|Forestry cooperatives: what today's resource professionals need to know. Proceedings of a satellite conference; 2003 November 18
|Social science to improve fuels management: a synthesis of research relevant to communicating with homeowners about fuels management
||Monroe, Martha C.; Pennisi, Lisa; McCaffrey, Sarah; Mileti, Dennis
|Data and methods comparing social structure and vegetation structure of urban neighborhoods in Baltimore, Maryland
||Grove, J. Morgan; Cadenasso, Mary L.; Burch, William R., Jr.; Pickett, Steward T.; Schwarz, Kirsten; O'Neil-Dunne, Jarlath; Wilson, Matthew; Troy, Austin; Boone, Christopher
|Logging firms, nonindustrial private forests, and forest parcelization: evidence of firm specialization and its impact on sustainable timber supply
||Rickenbach, Mark; Steele, Thomas W.
|Urban containment policies and the protection of natural areas: the case of Seoul's greenbelt
||Bengston, David N.; Youn, Yeo-Chang
|Social science in the context of the long term ecological research program
||Gragson, Ted L.; Grove, Morgan
|A new method for estimating and projecting vehicle miles of travel--linkages to landscape change and ozone impacts to northern forests.
||Stone, Brian; Obermann, William; Snyder, Stephanie