Publications by Environmental Studies Faculty
Leah H. Joseph, Associate Professor
Joseph, L.H., Rea, D.K., and B.A. van der Pluijm, 2004. History of the Deep Western Boundary Current, Southwest Pacific (ODP Site 1124), Marine Geology, 205, 185-206.
Joseph, L.H., 2004. Sedimentary characteristics through glacial/interglacial transitions at ODP Site 1233. EOS Trans. AGU, 85 (47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract PP51F-1371.
Patrick T. Hurley, Associate Professor, Chair
Halfacre, A. and P.T. Hurley. 2010. Sewing Environmental Justice into African-American Sweetgrass Basket-Making in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Southeastern Geographer 50(1)
Hurley, P.T. and A. Halfacre. 2009. Dodging alligators, rattlesnakes, and backyard docks: A political ecology of sweetgrass basket-making and conservation in the South Carolina Lowcountry, USA. GeoJournal DOI 10.1007/s10708-009-9276-7.
Hurley, P.T., A. Halfacre, N. Levine, and M. Burke. 2008. Finding a “disappearing” non-timber forest resource: Using grounded visualization to explore urbanization impacts on sweetgrass basket-making in greater Mt Pleasant, SC. The Professional Geographer 60(4):1-23
Johnson, C., A. Halfacre, and P.T. Hurley. 2008. Resistant place identities in rural Charleston County, South Carolina. Human Ecology Review 15
Hurley, P.T. and P.A. Walker. 2004. Whose vision? Conspiracy theory and land-use planning in Nevada County, California. Environment and Planning A 36:1529-1547.
Walker, P.A. and Hurley, P.T. 2004. Collaboration derailed: The politics of ‘community-based’ resource management in Nevada County. Society and Natural Resources 17:735-751.
Richard Wallace, Professor
Clark, S.G., M.B. Rutherford, M.R. Auer, D.N. Cherney, R.L. Wallace, D.J. Mattson, D.A. Clark, L. Foote, N. Krogman, P. Wilshusen, and T. Steelman. In review. U.S. college and university environmental programs as a policy problem: integrating knowledge, education, and action for a better world? Environmental Management.
Wallace, R.L. and K.A. Semmens In press. Social and institutional challenges in species and ecosystem conservation: an appraisal of the U.S. Marine Mammal Commission. Policy Sciences.
Clark, S.G. and R.L. Wallace. In press. Learning interdisciplinary problem solving and leadership skills: a comparison of four designs. Bulletin of the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
Wilshusen, P.R. and R.L. Wallace. 2009. Integrative problem solving: the policy sciences as a framework for conservation policy and planning. Policy Sciences 42(2):91-93
Clark, T.W. and R.L. Wallace. 2006. Keys to effective conservation. Pages 221-236 in F.W. Davis, D. Goble, and J.M. Scott, eds. The Endangered Species Act at 30: Renewing the Conservation Promise. Island Press.
Wallace, R.L. 2005. Orienting to the policy sciences’ sustainability problem. Policy Sciences 37:227-235.
Wallace, R.L. 2003. Social influences on endangered species recovery: Lessons from U.S. marine mammal programs. Conservation Biology 17(1):104-115.
Steelman, T.A. and R.L. Wallace. 2001. Property rights and property wrongs: Why context matters in fisheries management. Policy Sciences 34:357-379.
Rathbun, G.B. and R.L. Wallace. 2000. The Florida manatee. Pages 107-111 in R.P. Reading and B.G. Miller, eds. Endangered Species: A reference guide to conflicting issues. Greenwood Press, New York.
Kleiman, D.G., R.P. Reading, B.J. Miller, T.W. Clark, J.M. Scott, J. Robinson, R.L. Wallace, R. Cabin, and F. Felleman. 2000. The importance of improving evaluation in conservation. Conservation Biology 14(2): 356-365.
Backhouse, G.N., T.W. Clark, and R.L. Wallace. 1996. Reviewing recovery programs for endangered species: Some considerations and recommendations. Pages 170-178 in S. Stephens and S. Maxwell, eds. Back from the brink: Refining the threatened species recovery process. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Melbourne, Australia.
Clark, T.W., R.L. Wallace, and S.R. Kellert. 1995. Endangered species protection: A framework for analyzing and improving performance. Pages 104-109 in A. Bennett, G. Backhouse, and T.W. Clark, eds. People and nature conservation: Perspectives on private land use and endangered species recovery. Transactions of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Wallace, R.L. 1994. The Florida manatee: Organizational learning and a model for improving recovery programs. Pages 131-155 in T.W. Clark, R.P. Reading, and A. Clarke, eds. Endangered species recovery: Finding the lessons, improving the process. Island Press, Covelo, CA.
Cory S. Straub Assistant Professor
Straub, C. S., and W. E. Snyder. 2008. Increasing enemy biodiversity strengthens herbivore suppression on two plant species. Ecology 89: 1605-1615.
Straub, C. S., D. L. Finke, and W. E. Snyder. 2008. Are the conservation of natural enemy biodiversity and biological control compatible goals? Biological Control 45:225-237.
Wyckhuys, K., Hopper, K.R., Wu, K., Straub, C., Gratton, C. and Heimpel, G.E. 2007. Predicting potential ecological impact of soybean aphid biological control introductions. Biocontrol News and Information 28:30-34.
Straub, C. S., and W. E. Snyder. 2006. Species identity dominates the relationship between predator biodiversity and herbivore suppression. Ecology 87:277-282.
Straub, C. S., and W. E. Snyder. 2006. Experimental approaches to understanding the relationship between predator biodiversity and biological control In J. Brodeur and G. Boivin, editors. Trophic and Guild Interactions in Biological Control. Springer, New York, New York, USA.
Snyder, W. E., G. B. Snyder, D. L. Finke, and C. S. Straub. 2006. Predator biodiversity strengthens herbivore suppression. Ecology Letters 9:789-796.