Browsing Theses and Dissertations - Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources by Author "Fernandez-Gimenez, Maria"
Date Submitted:2011Private, working ranches provide valuable "ecosystem services," the benefits people derive from ecosystems including food, water, open space, carbon sequestration, recreational opportunities, and many more. While ranchers ...
Contributor:Carlisle, Keith M.;
Date Submitted:2018Broadly, this dissertation research examines natural resources governance approaches that may facilitate the achievement of desirable social and ecological outcomes. It takes, as its point of departure, a nearly half-century-old ...