Browsing Theses and Dissertations - Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources by Author "Jones, Kelly"
Author(s):DeGroot, Samantha L.
Date Submitted:2018The population increase and spread of feral swine across the United States is of increasing concern to producers, land managers, the common public, and government. Feral swine carry harmful diseases, cause extensive damage ...
Date Submitted:2019As our world grows ever more complex, novel forms of governance arise that attempt to manage this complexity. One such governing system is collective action, where multiple stakeholders come together to solve large-scale ...
Motivations and barriers of landowner participation in reforestation on in the Bellbird Biological Corridor in Costa Rica, The Author(s):Powlen, Kathryn
Date Submitted:2018Forest conservation and restoration approaches are implemented to address the decline in global forest cover, yet face institutional and social challenges in reaching end goals. A number of external and internal motivators ...