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Research done by Ecological & Cultural Change Scholars
Animal Studies at MSU
Environmental Science and Policy Program at MSU
Human Drivers of Environmental Change
Animal Studies Bibliography

Bidwell, D. 2010. Bison, boundaries, and brucellosis: Political ecology and risk perception at Yellowstone. Society and Natural Resources. 23(1):14-30.

Bidwell, D. 2009. Is community-based participatory research post normal science? Science, Technology, and Human Values. 34(6):741-761.

Dietz, T. and D. Bidwell [Eds]. (Accepted; publication anticipated in 2011). Climate Change in the Great Lakes Region: Decision Making Under Uncertainty. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State Press.

Dietz, Thomas, Amy Fitzgerald and Rachael Shwom. 2005. Environmental Values. Annual Review of Environment and Natural Resources. 30: 335-372.

Fischhoff, M.E. 2007. Electricity company managers' views of environmental issues: Implications for environmental groups and government. Energy Policy. 35: 3868-3878.

Fischhoff, M. 2007. Middle management as environmental change agent. GreenBiz. Available at

Shwom, R., D. Bidwell, A. Dan, and T. Dietz. (forthcoming 2010). Understanding U.S. public support of domestic climate change policies. Global Environmental Change.




Ecological and Cultural Change Studies Group
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