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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. 
Limiting conflicts when managing public lands for furbearer trapping and dog-related recreation Triezenberg, H. A. and Knuth, B. A. 2018. Limiting conflicts when managing public lands for furbearer trapping and dog-related recreation. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 42(4): 559-567.
 
Evaluation of a citizen task force approach to resolve suburban deer management issues. Stout, R. J., and B. A. Knuth. 1994.  Evaluation of a citizen task force approach to resolve suburban deer management issues.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  164pp.
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. 
Importance of deer to resident and nonresident recreational experiences in Northern New York Smolka, R. A., Jr., G. A. Pomerantz, and D. J. Decker.  1986.  Importance of deer to resident and nonresident recreational experiences in Northern New York.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  152 pp.
Attitudes of key organization leaders toward deer and deer management in northern New York Smolka, R. A., Jr., D. J. Decker, and T. L. Brown.  1985.  Attitudes of key organization leaders toward deer and deer management in northern New York.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  New York Federal Aid in Fish and Wildlife Restoration Project W-146-R-lO.  83 pp.
Hunter and Landowner Views on a Peri-Urban Deer-Hunting Program Siemer, William F., Decker, Daniel J., Stedman, Richard C. 2016. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 
Understanding Local Residents’ Bear Population Preferences: Results from a Survey in Upstate New York Siemer, W. F., T. B. Lauber, R. C. Stedman, D. J. Decker. 2019. Understanding Local Residents’ Bear Population Preferences: Results from a Survey in Upstate New York. Center For Conservation Social Sciences. Dept. of Nat. Resources., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 73pp.
Satisfactions, dissatisfactions, and management preferences of New York State turkey hunters.   Siemer, W. F., T. L. Brown, R. M. Sanford, and L. G. Clark. 1995. Satisfactions, dissatisfactions, and management preferences of New York State turkey  hunters.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  84pp.
Hunting access attitudes and practices of landowners in New York: a pilot study in Saratoga and Sullivan Counties Siemer, W. F., T. L. Brown, and D. J. Decker. 1990.  Hunting access attitudes and practices of landowners in New York:  a pilot study in Saratoga and Sullivan Counties.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  24pp.
Key informants' perceptions of access leasing for hunting on private lands in New York. Siemer, W. F., T. L. Brown, and D. J. Decker. 1988.  Key informants' perceptions of access leasing for hunting on private lands in New York.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  17pp.
Local Residents’ Deer Population Preferences Siemer, W. F., R. C. Stedman, and T. B. Lauber. 2019. Local residents’ deer population preferences: Results from a 2019 survey of 8 Wildlife Management Unit Aggregates. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 19-4. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 98 pp.
Understanding local residents’ deer population preferences: Results from a 2018 survey of 7 Wildlife Management Unit Aggregates Siemer, W. F., N. A. Connelly, R. C. Stedman, T. B. Lauber, and D. J. Decker. 2018.  Understanding local residents’ deer population preferences: Results from a 2018 survey of 7 Wildlife Management Unit Aggregates. Center for Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 18-05. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 84 pp.
 
Characteristics, motivations, and involvement of trappers in New York. Siemer, W. F., G. R. Batcheller, T. L. Brown, and R. J. Glass. 1991. Characteristics, motivations, and involvement of trappers in New York.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  36pp.
Hunter demand for access to public and private land in New York. Siemer, W. F., and T. L. Brown. 1993.  Hunter demand for access to public and private land in New York.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  55pp.
Understanding Factors that Influence Hunter Preferences for Timing of Waterfowl Hunting Seasons Siemer, W. F. and Stedman, R.C. 2018. Center fpr Conservation Social Sciences Publ. Series 18-4. Dept. of Nat. Resources., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 84 pp.
Communication and image in the wildlife profession: a New York perspective.  Shanks, R. E., and D. J. Decker. 1990.  Communication and image in the wildlife profession:  a New York perspective.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  22pp.
Deer damage to the ornamental horticulture industry in suburban New York: extent, nature and economic impact Sayre, R. W., and D. J. Decker. 1990.  Deer damage to the ornamental horticulture industry in suburban New York:  extent, nature and economic impact.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  75pp.
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. 
 
Deer management in New York's Hudson Valley Region: an assessment of the interests and opinions of three key constituencies.  Purdy, K. G., T. L. Brown, D. J. Decker, and J. W. Enck. 1989. Deer management in New York's Hudson Valley Region:  an assessment of the interests and opinions of three key constituencies.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  29pp.
A guide to managing human activity on national wildlife refuges.  Purdy, K. G., G. R. Goff, D. J. Decker, G. A. Pomerantz, and N. A. Connelly.  1986.  A guide to managing human activity on national wildlife refuges.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  78 pp.
New York's new hunters: influences on hunting involvement from beginning to end.   Purdy, K. G., D. J. Decker, and T. L. Brown. 1989.  New York's new hunters:  influences on hunting involvement from beginning to end.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  25pp.
Obtaining wildlife values information for management: the wildlife attitudes and values scale (WAVS).   Purdy, K. G., and D. J. Decker. 1989.  Obtaining wildlife values information for management:  the wildlife attitudes and values scale (WAVS).  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  22pp.
Central New York beaver damage tolerance study Purdy, K. G. and D. J. Decker.  1985.  Central New York beaver damage tolerance study.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci.,  Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  116 pp.
Educators' attitudes toward management of deer in northern New York. Pomerantz, G. A., D. Bogan, and R. A. Smolka, Jr.  1985.Educators' attitudes toward management of deer in northern New York.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat.  Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  45 pp.
Impediments to youth participation in hunting Pomerantz, G. A. and D. J. Decker.  1986.  Impediments to youth participation in hunting.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  46 pp.
Deer damage tolerance survey: monitoring instrument Pomerantz, G. A. and D. J. Decker.  1986.  Deer damage tolerance survey: monitoring instrument.  Human Dimensions Research Unit, Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Col. of Agr. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca.  13 pp.
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. 
Exploring the role of gain versus loss framing and point of reference in messages to reduce human-bear conflicts Lu, H., Siemer, W. F., Baumer, M. S., and Decker, D. J. 2018. Exploring the role of gain versus loss framing and point of reference in messages to reduce human-bear conflicts. The Social Science Journal. 55. 182-192.
 
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
Quality and Extent of Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in the Northeast, South Central & Pacific Islands Regions Lauber, T.B. and Stedman, R.C. 2019. Quality and Extent of Partnership Involvement in Climate Science Centers in the Northeast, South Central, and Pacific Islands Regions. Center of Conservation Social Sciences 19-1, Department of Natural Resources. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 149 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.

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