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  1. Suzanne Gray

    https://senr.osu.edu/our-people/suzanne-gray

    sedimentary turbidity for the visual abilities of Lake Erie fishes. Effects of urban night lighting on aquatic ... K.J. Parsons. 2005. Testing ecological character displacement against alternative explanations of ...

  2. Asset or Liability? Ecological and Sociological Tradeoffs of Urban Spontaneous Vegetation on Vacant Land in Shrinking Cities.

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    Ecological and Sociological Tradeoffs of Urban Spontaneous Vegetation on Vacant Land in Shrinking Cities. ...

  3. Jeffrey Jacquet

    https://senr.osu.edu/our-people/jeffrey-jacquet

    Jacquet, J.B. 2019 “Shale Gas in Coal Country: Testing the Goldilocks Zone of Energy Impacts in the Western ... Economic versus Stewardship Motivations”. Journal of Agricultural And Resource Economics 44(2):404-421 ... Junod*, A.N., Kumar, S. and Wang, T. 2019.  “Rationale and Motivation of Agricultural Producers in ...

  4. Lauren M. Pintor

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    function. Much of my research focuses on empirically testing the mechanisms driving species interactions in ... order to test and refine ecological theory. For me, biological invasions have provided an exciting model ...

  5. TWEL Katie Robertson Dissertation

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    urban life and would be less likely to find and benefit from novel, anthropogenic resources. In settings ... distance (FID) tests I conducted on free-ranging coyotes across Chicagoland’s urbanization gradient. ... object tests that I conducted on urban coyotes. A larger proportion of the coyotes in developed (i.e., ...

  6. Florence Becot

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    development through food and agriculture. Using mixed-methods and often drawing on relational theoretical ... approaches, my work spans several fields and topic areas including the sociology of food and agriculture ... , social stratification, rural health, social and agricultural policies, and community and economic ...

  7. Americans' beliefs about wildlife management are changing

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    groups have half as many traditionalists. Hispanics and Asians are far less likely than Whites to have ... modernization, which is linked to people obtaining higher levels of income, moving to more urban areas, and ... achieving higher levels of education. “As income, education and urbanization increase, we see people ...

  8. Environment, Economy, Development, and Sustainability

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    agriculture and auto manufacturing are feeling the social and economic pressure to reduce their harmful ...

  9. Chelsey Nieman's Graduate Exit Seminar

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    stressor is that of turbidity, which is associated with increased urbanization and run-off as well as ... sedimentary). Due to its relatively shallow bathymetry and high levels of urbanization and anthropogenic inputs, ... I tested if elevated sedimentary and algal turbidity alter the visual ecology of two Lake Erie fishes, ...

  10. Archived SENR News

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    to summer school Can Soil Solve the Climate Crisis? May Making it more viable to turn agricultural ... Science Activities at WestFest California is making a weak effort to turn agriculture into a climate ... effects of climate change are far-reaching Urban Coyotes Featured in Ranger Rick Coyotes in the City ...

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