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Human–wildlife conflicts like wildlife–vehicle collisions pose major challenges for the management...
Social norms have been shown to impact behaviors, but with mixed results. The theory of normative...
Public attitudes, perceptions, and beliefs can strongly influence coastal management decision-...
This study suggests that children who play outside may be more likely to protect nature as adults.
This article presents findings from a study of 500 rural residents in the Chattooga River Basin...
How we view ourselves is central to the conflicts we are involved in. These identities determine...
This article discusses the potential for invertebrates, particularly butterflies, to be used as...
Lead shot used for hunting gets left in environments worldwide, and is toxic. This study applies a...
This study, conducted by The Associate Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and The Yale...
This study explores the spatial variation element of people's attitudes toward brown bears...
This paper presents research on anglers' attitudes toward and awareness of nonnative fish...
This research experiments with possible intervention exercises to decrease fear of bears in people...
Designed as a course outline for leading logic models workshops, the authors provide an overview of...
Growth and development affects every aspect of our lives where we work, how long it takes to get to...
Case study research is used to conduct an in-depth investigation of an issue at a specific instance...
Surveys from 2002, 2004, and 2008 are used to summarize environmental literacy in Minnesota, as...
Increasingly, research addresses challenges and opportunities of an interdisciplinary nature,...