Publications & Results

Publications and outcomes from on-going and completed projects.
Resource Titlesort descending Brief Summary
Why achieving the Paris Agreement requires reduced overall consumption and production May 08, 2018

Article published in Sustainability Science. 

Why Participatory Models Need to Include Cultural Models Mar 04, 2016

Article published in Integration and Implementation Insights.

Why Should We Care About Temporary Waterways? Feb 07, 2016

Article published in Science.

Why wood density varies across communities Jan 21, 2017

Article published in Journal of Vegetation Science.

Wicked but Worth It: Student Perspectives on Socio-Hydrology Mar 06, 2016

Article published in Hydrological Processes.

Wildfire recovery as a “hot moment” for creating fire-adapted communities Oct 18, 2019

Article published in International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.

Wildland Fire, Human Perspectives, and Fire Management in Jackson Hole, Wyoming (2014-7) Jan 02, 2015

This resource was developed as part of the Teaching Socio-Environmental Synthesis with Case Studies short course, held at SESYNC in July 2014. This case has been classroom tested.

Will Indonesian Fires Spark Reform of Rogue Forest Sector? Nov 05, 2015

Massive fires in Indonesia caused by the burning of forests and peatlands for agriculture have shrouded large areas of Southeast Asia in smoke this fall. But analysts say international anger over the fires could finally lead to a reduction in Indonesia’s runaway deforestation.

Will your paper be used in a meta-analysis? Make the reach of your research broader and longer lasting Mar 25, 2017

Article published in Methods in Ecology and Evolution.

Winter weather whiplash: impacts of meteorological events misaligned with natural and human systems in seasonally snow-covered regions Nov 21, 2019

Article published in Earth's Future. 

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