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E. Ostrom, Background on the Institutional Analysis and Development Framework., Policy Studies Journal, vol. 39, pp. 7 - 27, 2011.
E. Gorczyca, Leahy, J., Bell, K. P., and Wilson, J., Considering the Suitability of Engaging Stakeholders in Forest-Based Socio-Ecological Systems Modeling. International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Madison, WI, 2011.PDF icon ISSRM_2011_Gorczyca_Final.pdf (878.82 KB)
M. Simard, Romme, W., Griffin, J., and Turner, M., Do mountain pine beetle outbreaks change the probability of active crown fire in lodgepole pine forests?, Ecological Monographs, vol. 81, pp. 3-24, 2011.
J. Bolte, Envisioning Future Landscape Trajectories (Bend). 2011.File ENVISION Bend - Jan2011.pptx (6.2 MB)
P. Fischer, Free agents and social networks: modeling socio-ecological adaptation in fire-prone landscapes. International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Madison, WI, 2011.PDF icon fischerap_issrm_060511.pdf (2.53 MB)
P. Fischer, Spies, T., and Bolte, J., Modeling socio-ecological adaptation in fire-prone landscapes. Society for Applied Anthropology, 2011.PDF icon SFAA_APFischer_033111.pdf (3.07 MB)
M. Nielsen-Pincus and Ribe, R., Representing Landowners in a Dynamic Agent-Based Model: A Tool for a Fuzzy World. International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Madison, WI, 2011.PDF icon Nielsen-Pincus - Fuzzy Agents - ISSRM 2011.pdf (4.85 MB)
A. A. Ager, Vaillant, N. M., and Finney, M. A., A comparison of landscape fuel treatment strategies to mitigate wildland fire risk in the urban interface and preserve old forest structure, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 259, pp. 1556 - 1570, 2010.
J. Bolte, Envisioning Future Landscape Trajectories. 2010.Office presentation icon ENVISION_CNH_July2010.ppt (3.14 MB)
R. Waldhardt, Bach, M., Borresch, R., Breuer, L., Diekötter, T., Frede, H. - G., Gäth, S., Ginzler, O., Gottschalk, T., Julich, S., Krumpholz, M., Kuhlmann, F., Otte, A., Reger, B., Reiher, W., Schmitz, K., P. Schmitz, M., Sheridan, P., Simmering, D., Weist, C., Wolters, V., and Zörner, D., Evaluating Today’s Landscape Multifunctionality and Providing an Alternative Future: A Normative Scenario Approach, Ecology and Society, vol. 15, 2010.
M. Nielsen-Pincus, Ribe, R. G., and Johnson, B. R., Integrating socioeconomic and biophysical processes in a coupled landscape planning model. 2010.PDF icon Nielsen-Pincus HDWF 2010.pdf (6.08 MB)
E. G. Irwin, New Directions for Urban Economic Models of Land Use Change: Incorporating Spatial Dynamics and Heterogeneity., Journal of Regional Science, vol. 50, pp. 65 - 91, 2010.
D. Cassandra Parker, Pressing issues in social simulation: From building models to building science. School of Planning, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 2010.Office presentation icon parker_MABS_10May2010.ppt (2.23 MB)
D. Cassandra Parker, Some key challenges in modeling coupled human-natural systems, illustrated through agent-based land-use modeling research. School of Planning, University of Waterloo, 2010.Office presentation icon Parker_LJclass_25Oct2010_nopics.ppt (3.9 MB)
C. S. Olsen and Shindler, B. A., Trust, acceptance, and citizen–agency interactions after large fires: influences on planning processes, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 19, pp. 137-147, 2010.
D. Cassandra Parker, Hessl, A., and Davis, S. C., Complexity, land-use modeling, and the human dimension: Fundamental challenges for mapping unknown outcome spaces, Geoforum, vol. 39, pp. 789 - 804, 2008.
D. Cassandra Parker and Filatova, T., A conceptual design for a bilateral agent-based land market with heterogeneous economic agents, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, vol. 32, pp. 454 - 463, 2008.
D. G. Brown, Robinson, D. T., An, L., Nassauer, J. I., Zellner, M., Rand, W., Riolo, R., Page, S. E., Low, B., and Wang, Z., Exurbia from the bottom-up: Confronting empirical challenges to characterizing a complex system, Geoforum, vol. 39, pp. 805 - 818, 2008.
D. Valbuena, Verburg, P. H., and Bregt, A. K., A method to define a typology for agent-based analysis in regional land-use research, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, vol. 128, pp. 27 - 36, 2008.
E. D. Reinhardt, Keane, R. E., Calkin, D. E., and Cohen, J. D., Objectives and considerations for wildland fuel treatment in forested ecosystems of the interior western United States, Forest Ecology and Management, vol. 256, pp. 1997 - 2006, 2008.
E. L. Toman, Shindler, B., Absher, J., and McCaffrey, S., Postfire Communications: The Influence of Site Visits on Local Support, Journal of Forestry, vol. January/February 2008, pp. 25-30, 2008.
S. I. Stewart, Radeloff, V. C., Hammer, R. B., and Hawbaker, T. J., Defining the WildlandUrban Interface, Journal of Forestry, vol. 105, pp. 201-207, 2007.
J. Arvai, Gregory, R., and Zaksek, M., Improving Management Decisions, in Wildfire Risk: Human Perceptions and Management Implications, W. E. Martin, Raish, C., and Kent, B. Washington , DC: Resources for the Future, 2007, pp. 173-193.