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Addressing the Challenges of Adaptation to Climate Change Policy: Integrating Public Administration and Public Policy Studies Wellstead, A., and Stedman, R. 2014. International Journal of Public Administration. 37(14): 999-1010. 
Coyotes of "Bridge and Tunnel": A narrow opportunity to study the socio-ecological impacts of coyote range expansion on Long Island, NY pre-and post-arrival Weckel, Mark, Bogan, Daniel A., Burke, Russel L., Nagy, Christopher, Simer, William F., Green, Timothy, Mitchell, Numi. Cities and the Environment. 
Hunting and the Local Food Movement: Insights from Central New York State Stedman, Richard C., Larson, Lincoln, L., Tidball, Keith G., Tidball, Moira, Curtis, Paul D. 2017. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 41(4): 720-728. 
Hunter and Landowner Views on a Peri-Urban Deer-Hunting Program Siemer, William F., Decker, Daniel J., Stedman, Richard C. 2016. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 
Addressing WIld Turkey Population Declines Using Structured Decision Making Robinson, Kelly F., Fuller, Angela K., Schivone, Michael V., Swift, Bryan L., Diefenbach, Duane R., Siemer, William F., Decker, Daniel J. 2016. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 
Addressing WIld Turkey Population Declines Using Structured Decision Making Robinson, Kelly F., Fuller, Angela K., Schivone, Michael V., Swift, Bryan L., Diefenbach, Duane R., Siemer, William F., Decker, Daniel J. 2016. The Journal of Wildlife Management.
Structured decision making as a framework for large-scale wildlife harvest management decisions Robinson, Kelly F., Fuller, Angela K., Hurst, Jeremy E., Swift, Bryan L., Kirsch, Arthur, Farquhar, James, Decker, Daniel J., Siemer, William F. 2016. Ecosphere. 7(12). 
Structured decision making as a framework for large-scale wildlife harvest management decisions Robinson, Kelly F., Fuller, Angela K., Hurst, Jeremy E., Swift, Bryan L., Kirsch, Arthur, Farquhar, James, Decker, Daniel J., Siemer, William F. 2016. Ecosphere. 7(12). 
Structured decision making as a framework for large-scale wildlife harvest management decisions Robinson, Kelly F., Fuller, Angela K., Hurst, Jeremy E., Swift, Bryan L., Kirsch, Arthur, Farquhar, James, Decker, Daniel J., Siemer, William F. 2016. Ecosphere. 7(12). 
The Potential Impact of Aquatic Nuisance Species on Recreational Fishing in the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi and Ohio River Basins Ready, R. C., G. P. Poe, T. B. Lauber, N. A. Connelly, R. C. Stedman, L. G. Rudstam. 2018. The Potential Impact of Aquatic Nuisance Species on Recreational Fishing in the Great Lakes and Upper Mississippi and Ohio River Basins. Journal of Environmental Management. 206. 304-318.
Teaching Sportsman Education in New York State: Exploring instructors’ motivations, experiences, and satisfaction Quartuch, M.R., Decker, D.J., Stedman, R.C., Siemer, W.F., Baumer, M.S. 2016. Teaching Sportsman Education in New York State: Exploring instructors’ motivations, experiences, and satisfaction . HDRU Publ. No. 16-4. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. 
Teaching Sportsman Education in New York State: Examining former volunteer instructors’ experiences and satisfaction Quartuch, M.R., Decker, D.J., Stedman, R.C., Siemer, W.F., Baumer, M.S. 2016. Teaching Sportsman Education in New York State: Examining Former Volunteer Instructors' Experiences and Satisfaction. HDRU Publ. No. 16-5. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. 
 
Retaining Sportsman Education Instructors: Insights from current and former volunteer instructors Quartuch, M.R., Decker, D.J., Stedman, R.C., Siemer, W.F., Baumer, M.S. 2016. Retaining Sportsman Education Instructors: Insights from current and former volunteer instructors. HDRU Publ. No. 16-6. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. 
 
Human Perceptions Mirror Realities of Carnivore Attack Rish for Livestock: Implications for Mitigating Human-Carnivore Conflict Miller, Jennifer R.B., Jhala, Yadvendradev V., Schmitz, Oswald J. 2016. PLoS ONE. 590-591 (9). 
Livestock losses and hotspots of attack from tigers and leopards in Kanha Tiger Reserve, Central India Miller, Jennifer R.B., Jhala, Yadvendradev V., Jena, Jyotirmay. 2016. Reg. Environmental Change. 16(1): S17-S29. 
Aging traits and sustinable trophy hunting of African lions Miller, Jennifer R.B., Balme, Guy, Lindsey, Peter A., Loveridge, Andrew J., Becker, Matthew S., Begg, Colleen, Brink, Henry, Dolrenry, Stephanie, Hunt, Jane E., Jansson, Ingela, Macdonald, David W., Mandisodza-Chikerema, Roseline L., Cotterill, Alayne Oriol, Packer, Craig, Rosengren, Daniel, Stratford, Ken, Trinkel, Martina, White, Paula A., Winterbach, Christiaan, Winterbach, Hanlie E.K., Funston, Paul J. 2016. Biological Conservation. 201: 160-168. 
Aging traits and sustinable trophy hunting of African lions Miller, Jennifer R.B., Balme, Guy, Lindsey, Peter A., Loveridge, Andrew J., Becker, Matthew S., Begg, Colleen, Brink, Henry, Dolrenry, Stephanie, Hunt, Jane E., Jansson, Ingela, Macdonald, David W., Mandisodza-Chikerema, Roseline L., Cotterill, Alayne Oriol, Packer, Craig, Rosengren, Daniel, Stratford, Ken, Trinkel, Martina, White, Paula A., Winterbach, Christiaan, Winterbach, Hanlie E.K., Funston, Paul J. 2016. Biological Conservation. 201: 160-168.
Importance of Urban Wildlife Management in the United States and Canada McCance, Erin C., Decker, Daniel J., Colturi, Anne M., Baydack, Richard K., Siemer, William F., Curtis, Paul D., Eason, Thomas. 2017. Mammal Study. 42: 1-16.
Effects of Messages Framing and Past Experience on Intentions to Prevent Human-Coyote Conflicts Lu, Hang, Siemer, William F., Baumer, Meghan S., Decker, Daniel J., Gulde, Alexander. 2016. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 
Quality and Extent Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in the North Central & Southwest Regions Lauber, T.B., Stedman, R.C., & Dayer, A.A. (2018). Quality and Extent of Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in the North Central and Southwest Regions. CCSS Publ. 18-1 Department of Natural Resources, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 98 pp
Collaborative Management and Public Trust Responsibilities: A Help or a Hinderance? Lauber, T. Bruce, Connelly, Nancy A., Niedderdeppe, Jeff, Knuth, Barbara A. 2014. Human Dimensions of Wildlife: An International Journal. 19(5): 458-468.
Exploring the Social Habitat for Hunting: Toward a Comprehensive Framework for Understanding Hunter Recruitment and Retention Larson, Lincoln R., Stedman, Richard C., Decker, Daniel J., Siemer, William F., Baumer, Meghan S. 2014. Human Dimensions of Wildlife: An International Journal. 19(2): 105-122.
Understanding the multi-dimensional structure of pro-environmental behavior Larson, Lincoln R., Stedman, Richard C., Cooper, Caren B., Decker, Daniel J. 2015. Journal of Environmental Psychology. 43: 112-124. 
Developing Governance Principles for Public Natural Resources Hare, Darragh, Forstchen, Ann B., Smith, Christian A., Decker, Daniel J. 2017. Society and Natural Resources. 31(3): 382-388.
"Applying Public Trust Thinking to Wildlife Governance in the United States: Challenges and Potential Solutions" Hare, Darragh, Decker, Daniel J., Smith, Christian A., Forstchen, Ann B., Jacobson, Cynthia A.  2017. Humans Dimensions of Wildlife. 22(6): 506-523.
Toward a model for local stakeholder paricipation in landscape-level wildlife conservation Doyle-Capitman, Catherine E., Decker, Daniel J., Jacobson, Cynthia A. 2018. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 
Hunting for Wildlife Management in America Decker, Daniel J., Stedman, Richard C., Larson, Lincoln R., Siemer, William F. 2015. Wildlife Professional. 9(1): 26-29.
Wildlife Management is Science Based: Myth or Reality? Decker, D. J., Organ, J. F., Forstchen, A. B., Shiavone, M. V., and Fuller, A. K. 2018. Wildlife Management is Science Based: Myth or Reality? The Wildlife Professional. July/August 2018.
Quality and Extent of Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in Alaska, the Northwest, & the Southeast Dayer, A. A., T. B. Lauber, R. C. Stedman. 2017. Quality and Extent of Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in Alaska, the Northwest, & the Southeast. HDRU Publ. No. 17-4. Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci. Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.
 
Evaluating Public Response to the Young Forest Initiative on Wildlife Management Areas: Surveys of New York Residents and Small Game Hunters Connelly, N.A., Lauber, T.B., Stedman, R.C., and Allred, S.B. 2018. Evaluating Public Response to the Young Forest Initiative on Wildlife Management Areas: Surveys of New York Residents and Small Game Hunters. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publication Series 18-3. 
The NYSDEC Endangered Species Program: Public Awareness and Support Connelly, N. A., Lauber, T. B., and Stedman, R. C. 2017. The NYSDEC Endangered Species Program: Public Awareness and Support . Cornell University Human Dimensions Research Unit (HDRU), HDRU Outreach Series Publication No. 17-11, December 2017.
An Analysis of Community-Based Deer Management Plans Baumer, M. S., and Pomeranz, E. P. 2017. An Analysis of Community-Based Deer Management Plans. Human Dimensions Research Unit Publ. Series 17-8. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 34 pp.
Characteristics, Activities, and Attitudes of Licensed Wildlife Rehabilitators in New York 1992.  W.F. Siemer and T.L. Brown.  HDRU Publ. Series 92-1.  Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  74 p. 
Not Only for the Money: Why More Citizens should have a voice in state agency decisions 2017. Decker, Daniel J., Forstchen, Ann B., Schiavone, Michael V. The Wildlife Professional. 
Applying Public Trust Thinking to Wildlife Governance in the United States: Challenges and Potential Solutions 2017. Hare, Darragh, Decker, Daniel J., Smith, Christian A., Forstchen, Ann B., Jacobson, Cynthia A. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 22(6): 506-523.
Wildlife Governance in the 21st Century - Will Sustainable Use Endure? 2017. Decker, Daniel J., Organ, John F., Forstchen, Ann B., Jacobson, Cynthia A., Siemer, William F., Smith, Christian A., Lederle, Patrick E., Schiavone, Michael V. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 41(4): 821-826.
Taking a Non-traditional Path to Hunting in New York: Insights and Implications for Recruitment and Retention 2016.  M.R. Quartuch, R.C. Stedman, D.J. Decker, W.F. Siemer, M.S. Baumer, and L.R. Larson.  HDRU Publ. Series 16-2. Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  40 pp.
Wildlife Health and Public Trust Responsibilities for Wildlife Resources 2016. Decker, Daniel J., Schuler, Krysten, Forstchen, Ann B., Wild, Margaret A., Siemer, William F.  Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 52(4).
Conservation Opportunity and Risk Mapping for Carnivores Using Landowner Survey Data from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem 2016. Bontrager, Andra, Krester, Heidi, Leong, Kirsten, Connelly, Nancy. The Professional Geographer. 0: 1-14
Addressing WIld Turkey Population Declines Using Structured Decision Making 2016. , Kelly F., Fuller, Angela K., Schivone, Michael V., Swift, Bryan L., Diefenbach, Duane R., Siemer, William F., Decker, Daniel J. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 81(3): 393-405.
Stakeholder Engagement in Wildlife Management: Does the Public Trust Doctrine Imply Limits? 2015. Decker, Daniel J., Forstchen, Ann B., Pomeranz, Emily F., Smith, Christian A., Riley, Shawn J., Jacobson, Cynthia A., Organ, John F., Batcheller, Gordon R. The Journal of Wildlife Management. 79(2): 174-179.
Coyotes Go “Bridge and Tunnel”: A Narrow Opportunity to Study the Socio-ecological Impacts of Coyote Range Expansion on Long Island, NY Pre- and Post-arrival 2015. Weckel, M., Bogan, D., Burke, R. L., Nagy, C., Siemer, W. F., Green, T. M., & Mitchell, N. Cities and the Environment (CATE), 8(1), Article 5.
Communication about Conflict Species in Florida: Insights from Message-Testing Research about Coyote, Black Bear, and Lionfish 2015. W.F. Siemer, H. Lu, M.S. Baumer, and D.J. Decker. HDRU Publ. 15-3.   Dept. of Nat. Resour., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  117 p.
Hunter Satisfactions with Deer Harvest Opportunities in New York State 2015. W.F. Siemer, D.J. Decker, and R.C. Stedman. HDRU Publ. Series 15-5.   Dept. of Nat. Resour., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  38 p.
Hunter, Landowner, and Local Resident Viewpoints on the Central Tompkins County Deer Management Focus Area (DMFA) 2015. W.F. Siemer and D.J. Decker. HDRU Publ. Series 15-4.   Dept. of Nat. Resour., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  67 p.
Residents’ attitudes about deer and deer management in the Central Finger Lakes Management Unit 2015. Siemer, W. F., E. F. Pomeranz, D. J. Decker, and R. C. Stedman. Residents’ attitudes about deer and deer management in the Central Finger Lakes Management Unit. Human Dimensions Research Unit Publication Series 15–10. Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. 38pp.
 
How Motivated Reasoning and Temporal Frames May Polarize Opinions about Wildlife Disease Risk 2015. Roh, S., McComas, K.A., Rickard, L.N., and Decker, D.J. Science Communication 37(3): 340-370.
Understanding the Multi-dimensional Structure of Pro-environmental Behavior 2015. Larson, L.R., Stedman, R.C., Cooper, C.B., and Decker, D.J. Journal of Environmental Psychology 43: 112-124.
Governance Principles for Wildlife Conservation in the 21st Century 2015. Decker, Daniel, Smith, Christian, Forstchen, Ann, Hare, Darragh, Pomeranz, Emily, Doyle-Capitman, Catherine, Schuler, Krysten, Organ, John. Conservation Letters. 9(4): 290-295.
Governance Principles for Wildlife Conservation in the 21st Century 2015. Decker, Daniel, Smith, Christian, Forstchen, Ann, Hare, Darragh, Pomeranz, Emily, Doyle-Capitman, Catherine, Schuler, Krysten, Organ, John. Conservation Letters. 0(0): 821-826.

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