Boldfaced names identify REM students, research assistants, and post-doctoral fellows.
Dorner, B., R.M. Peterman, and Z. Su. 2009. Evaluation of performance of alternative models of Pacific salmon in the presence of climatic change and outcome uncertainty using Monte Carlo simulations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66(12):2199-2221.
Gill, A., P.Williams and S.Thompson (2009). “Perceived water conservation attitudes and behaviours in second-home island settings,” Tourism and Hospitality Research advance online publication, 10(2), 141-151.
Lertzman, K.P. 2009. The paradigm of management, management systems, and resource stewardship. Journal of Ethnobiology 29(2): 339 358
Richardson, Peter B., A.C. Broderick, M. Bruford, M. Calosso, L.M. Campbell, W. Clerveaux, A. Formia, A.C. Henderson, K. McClellan, S. Newman, K. Parsons, M. Pepper, S. Ranger, J.J. Silver, L. Slade, B. Godley. 2009. Marine turtles in the Turks and Caicos Islands: remnant rookeries, regionally significant foraging stocks and a major turtle fishery. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 8(2): 192-207
Campbell, Lisa M., J.J. Silver, N.J. Gray, S. Ranger, A. Broderick, T. Fisher, M.H. Godfrey, S. Gore, K.V.D. Hodge, C. Martin, A. McGowan, P. Richardson, C. Sasso, L. Slade, B. Godley. 2009. Co-management of sea turtle fisheries: Biogeography versus geopolitics. Marine Policy 33: 137-145.
Williams, P.W. and I.F. Ponsford (2009). “Confronting tourism’s environmental paradox: Transitioning for sustainable tourism,” Futures, 41, 396-404.
Reilly, J., P.Williams, and W. Haider (2009) “Moving towards more eco-efficient tourist transportation to a resort destination: The case of Whistler, British Columbia,” Research in Transportation Economics, December 1, 2009 (doi:10.1016/j.retrec.2009.10.009)
Welch, J.R., Ramon Riley and Michael V. Nixon (2009) Discretionary Desecration: American Indian Sacred Sites, Dzil Nchaa Si An (Mount Graham, Arizona), and Federal Agency Decision Making, American Indian Culture and Research Journal 33(4):29-68
Welch, J.R., Mark K. Altaha, Karl A. Hoerig and Ramon Riley (2009) Best Cultural Heritage Stewardship Practices by and for the White Mountain Apache Tribe, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 11(2):148-160
Doukakis, P., E.C.M. Parsons, W.C.G. Burns, A.K. Salomon, E. Hines, J.A. Cigliano. 2009. Gaining traction: Re-treading the wheels of marine conservation. Conservation Biology 23:841-846.
Alexander, K.E., W.B. Leavenworth, J. Cournane, A.B. Cooper, S. Claesson, S. Brennan, G. Smith, L. Rains, K. Magness, R. Dunn, T.K. Law, R. Gee, W.J. Bolster, and A.A. Rosenberg. 2009. Gulf of Maine cod in 1861: historical analysis of fishery logbooks, with ecosystem implications. Fish and Fisheries 10(4): 428-449.
Grizzle, R.E., L.G. Ward, L.A. Mayer, M.A. Malik, A.B. Cooper, H.A. Abeels, J.K. Greene, M.A. Brodeur, and A.A. Rosenberg. 2009. Effects of a large fishing closure on benthic communities in the western Gulf of Maine, USA: recovery from effects of gillnets and otter trawls. Fishery Bulletin 107:308 317.
Veysey, J.S., K.J. Babbitt, A. Cooper. 2009. An experimental assessment of buffer width: Implications for salamander migratory behavior. Biological Conservation 142:2227-2239.
Conrad, S., Hall, M., Key Energy Decisions for Utility Sustainable Energy Management, proceedings of the 5th International Water Association Specialists Conference on Efficient Use and Management of Urban Water, Sydney, Australia, October 2009
Dorow, M., Beardmore, B., Haider, W., and Arlinghaus, R. (2009). Using a novel survey technique to predict fisheries stakeholders’ support for European eel (Anguilla anguilla L.) conservation programs.Biological Conservation 142: 2973-2982.
Dorow, M., Beardmore, B., Haider, W., and Arlinghaus, R. (2009). Winners and losers of conservation policies for European eel (Anguilla anguilla L.): an economic welfare analysis with angler specialization.Fisheries Management and Ecology.
Nelitz, M., T. Douglas, and M. Rutherford. 2009. Freshwater for fish and people: Moving towards Living Water Smart.Vancouver, BC: Pacific Fisheries Resource Conservation Council. 105 pp. (Released in September 2009)
In addition, in March, 2010, the following article was awarded the Harold D. Lasswell Prize for 2009 by the journal Policy Sciences:
Rutherford, M.B., M.L. Gibeau, S.G. Clark, and E.C. Chamberlain. 2009. Interdisciplinary problem solving workshops for grizzly bear conservation in Banff National Park, Canada. Policy Sciences 42:163187.
(The Harold D. Lasswell Prize is awarded to the best article in each volume of Policy Sciences that contributes most to the theory and practice of the policy sciences, as determined by a vote of the journal’s international editorial board.)