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BOTTOM-UP ADAPTIVE MANAGEMENT AND STAKEHOLDER PARTICIPATION FOR CLEAN WATER AND HEALTHY SOILS IN A COMPLEX SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM. Burlington, VT: University of Vermont; 2018..
Bridging the Meso and Micro Level Scales of Social Complexity Within a Socio-Ecological System: Modeling the Relationship Between Governance Networks and Land Use/Management Decisions in the Northeastern Region of the Lake Champlain Basin. In: Conference on Complex Systems 2015. Conference on Complex Systems 2015. Tempe, AZ: Complex Systems Society; 2015. Available from: http://www.ccs2015.org/tracks/complexity-in-social-ecological-systems/.
Building Adaptive Capacity: An Interactive Multi-Stakeholder Forum for Water Quality and Climate Change Adaptation In Lake Champlain Basin. American Geophysical Union: Fall Meeting. 2014 ..
Crowdsourced Delphis: Designing Solutions to Complex Environmental Problems with Broad Stakeholder Participation. Global Environmental Change [Internet]. 2017 ;45(July 2017):111-123. Available from: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0959378016306288.
From the Household to Watershed: A cross-scale analysis of residential intention to adopt Green Stormwater Infrastructure. Landscape and Urban Planning. Under Review ..
The Shape of Watershed Governance: Locating the Boundaries of Multiplex Networks. Complexity, Governance & Networks [Internet]. 2015 ;2(1). Available from: http://www.cgnj.info/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=189%3Adoi-10756415-cgn25&catid=49%3Acomplexity-governance-networks&Itemid=218&lang=en.