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    • Decision Making in Wildlife Management 

      Riley, Shawn J.; Gregory, Robin S. (John Hopkins University Press, 2012)
      Wildlife professionals can more effectively manage species and social-ecological systems by fully considering the role that humans play in every stage of the process. Human Dimensions of Wildlife Management provides the ...
    • Global Warming in the American Mind: The Roles of Affect, Imagery, and Worldviews in Risk Perception, Policy Preferences and Behavior 

      Leiserowitz, Allen (University of Oregon, 2003-11-13)
      Natural scientists warn that global climate change is a risk with potentially devastating consequences for human societies and natural ecosystems around the world. Meeting this challenge will require a concerted national ...
    • Vegetation Management in Ontario's Forests: Survey Research of Public and Professional Perspectives 

      Slovic, Paul; Johnson, Stephen; Satterfield, Terre; Flynn, James; Gregory, Robin; Mertz, C.K.; Wagner, Robin (Decision Research, 1995-08)
    • Strategies for success : the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program 

      Schultz, Courtney A.; Moseley, Cassandra (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2017)
      In 2017, we studied the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP), which was established by Congress in 2009 to provide 8-10 years of funding for collaborative implementation of restoration projects on ...
    • Piloting restoration-related social and economic measures on national forests 

      Moseley, Cassandra; Huber-Stearns, Heidi (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2017)
      Forest and watershed restoration on national forests and grasslands has ecological, social, and economic objectives. Forest Service performance measures have largely focused on outputs associated with land treatments, ...
    • Strategies for success under Forest Service restoration initiatives 

      Schultz, Courtney A.; McIntyre, Kathleen B.; Cyphers, Laren; Ellison, Autumn; Kooistra, Chad; Moseley, Cassandra (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2017)
      Over the last decade, the Forest Service has been implementing a series of new initiatives designed to accelerate cross-boundary, collaborative, integrated restoration. Between April-September of 2017, with funding ...
    • Piloting restoration-oriented social and economic performance measures 

      Moseley, Cassandra; Huber-Stearns, Heidi (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2017)
      Forest and watershed restoration on national forests and grasslands has ecological, social, and economic objectives. Forest Service performance measures have largely focused on outputs associated with land treatments, ...
    • Iconic places of the US Forest Service : conditions and concerns 

      Ellison, Autumn; Johnduff, Michael (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2017)
      The US Forest Service manages over 7 million acres of areas protected either by Congress through legislation or by the Executive Branch via proclamation under the authority of the Antiquities Act. These sites are singled ...
    • Successful strategies for forest restoration : the CFLRP and Joint Chiefs Partnership 

      Schultz, Courtney A.; Moseley, Cassandra (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2017)
      In 2017, we studied two restoration initiatives: 1) The Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP), which was established by Congress in 2009 to provide 8-10 years of funding for collaborative implementation ...
    • Strategies for success : the Joint Chiefs Landscape Restoration Partnership 

      Schultz, Courtney A.; Moseley, Cassandra (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2017)
      In 2017, we studied the Joint Chiefs Landscape Restoration Partnership (JCLRP), a partnership between the Forest Service and Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) designed to promote coordinated, landscape-scale ...
    • Minoru Yasui: You Can See the Mountain From Here 

      Upp, Barbara Annette Bellus (University of Oregon, 1997-06)
      This dissertation is a narrative account of the life of Minoru Yasui, 1916-1986. Minoru Yasui was a Nisei (second generation Japanese American), born in Hood River, Oregon, and a graduate of the University of Oregon (B.A., ...
    • William Blake and the Mysticisms of Sense and Non-sense 

      Peat, Raymond F. (University of Oregon, 1960-06)
    • Wilhelm von Humboldt and the World of Languages 

      McNeely, Ian F. (Ritsumeikan Studies in Language and Culture (Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan), 2011-10-06)
      At a time when systematic knowledge of the world’s languages first became possible, Wilhelm von Humboldt (1767-1835) cast language as a vehicle to study the human mind and interpret human cultural difference. Long recognized ...
    • Willamette Valley River Towns and Steamboats 

      Keeler, Elizabeth Louise (University of Oregon, 1985-03)
      This thesis describes the river towns along the Willamette River in Oregon. River conditions, adaptation of the boats to the river, and steamboat routes shown at ten year intervals illustrate the degree of accessibility ...
    • Supplementary Data Terrestrial Mollusk Location and Species Count 

      Emery-Wetherell, Meaghan Marie; Mathew, Christine; Church, Cameron; Dellard, Ellie; Davis, Edward Byrd; Roering, Josh (University of Oregon, 2017)
      Many species of terrestrial mollusks are small and difficult to find, with poorly known ranges and habitat preferences. Because desiccation is a primary cause of mortality for many terrestrial mollusks, incorporating wetness ...
    • Rangeland fire protection associations : an alternative model for wildfire response 

      Davis, Emily Jane; Abrams, Jesse; Wollstein, Katherine; Meacham, James E. (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2017)
      Wildfires are increasingly common and growing in size across rangelands in the U.S. West. Although fire is a natural component of sagebrush steppe ecosystems, it can also threaten values such as sage-grouse habitat, forage ...
    • Iconic places of the US Forest Service : conditions and concerns 

      Ellison, Autumn; Johnduff, Michael (Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon, 2017)
      The US Forest Service manages over 7 million acres of areas protected either by Congress through legislation or by the Executive Branch via proclamation under the authority of the Antiquities Act. These sites are singled ...
    • Artistic and Religious Aspects of Nosatsu (Senjafuda) 

      Steinmetz, Mayumi Takanashi (University of Oregon, 1985-06)
      Nosatsu is both a graphic art object and a religious object. Until very recently, scholars have ignored nosatsu because of its associations with superstition and low-class, uneducated hobbyists. Recently, however, a new ...
    • Mending the Impossible 

      Blade, Kristine Lynn (University of Oregon, 1979-06)
    • Tonal Ambiguity in Debussy's Piano Works 

      Uchida, Rika (University of Oregon, 1990-12)
      Claude Debussy lived at a special point in the history of Music: .the turning point from the nineteenth to the twentieth century. As many of his contemporaries did, he tried to free himself from all the limitations of ...