Wayde Morse
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Employing philosophical dialogue in collaborative science
SD Eigenbrode, M O'rourke, JD Wulfhorst, DM Althoff, CS Goldberg, ...
BioScience 57 (1), 55-64, 2007
Bridges and barriers to developing and conducting interdisciplinary graduate-student team research
WC Morse, M Nielsen-Pincus, JE Force, JD Wulfhorst
Ecology and Society 12 (2), 2007
Exploring saturation of themes and spatial locations in qualitative public participation geographic information systems research
WC Morse, DR Lowery, T Steury
Society & Natural Resources 27 (5), 557-571, 2014
Consequences of environmental service payments for forest retention and recruitment in a Costa Rican biological corridor
WC Morse, JL Schedlbauer, SE Sesnie, B Finegan, CA Harvey, ...
Ecology and Society 14 (1), 2009
A qualitative method for collecting spatial data on important places for recreation, livelihoods, and ecological meanings: Integrating focus groups with public participation …
DR Lowery, WC Morse
Society & Natural Resources 26 (12), 1422-1437, 2013
Assessing the impacts of international volunteer tourism in host communities: A new approach to organizing and prioritizing indicators
CA Lupoli, WC Morse, C Bailey, J Schelhas
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 22 (6), 898-921, 2014
Managing the vanishing North American hunter: a novel framework to address declines in hunters and hunter-generated conservation funds
JL Price Tack, CP McGowan, SS Ditchkoff, WC Morse, OJ Robinson
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 23 (6), 515-532, 2018
Recreation as a social-ecological complex adaptive system
WC Morse
Sustainability 12 (3), 753, 2020
Social ecological complex adaptive systems: a framework for research on payments for ecosystem services
WC Morse, WJ McLaughlin, JD Wulfhorst, C Harvey
Urban Ecosystems 16, 53-77, 2013
Applying public participation geographic information systems to wildlife management
C Cox, W Morse, C Anderson, L Marzen
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 19 (2), 200-214, 2014
Landowner willingness to supply timber for biofuel: Results of an Alabama survey of family forest landowners
AL Paula, C Bailey, RJ Barlow, W Morse
Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 35 (2), 93-97, 2011
Assessing the local impacts of volunteer tourism: Comparing two unique approaches to indicator development
CA Lupoli, WC Morse
Social Indicators Research 120, 577-600, 2015
Climatic, ecological, and socioeconomic factors associated with West Nile virus incidence in Atlanta, Georgia, USA
G Lockaby, N Noori, W Morse, W Zipperer, L Kalin, R Governo, R Sawant, ...
Journal of Vector Ecology 41 (2), 232-243, 2016
Peer Reviewed: Improving physical activity and outdoor recreation in rural Alabama through community coalitions
WM Carter, WC Morse, RW Brock, B Struempler
Preventing chronic disease 16, 2019
Improving the integration of recreation management with management of other natural resources by applying concepts of scale from ecology
WC Morse, TE Hall, LE Kruger
Environmental Management 43, 369-380, 2009
Indicator development methodology for volunteer tourism in host communities: Creating a low-cost, locally applicable, rapid assessment tool
CA Lupoli, WC Morse, C Bailey, J Schelhas
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 23 (5), 726-747, 2015
Perceptions of Whooping Cranes among waterfowl hunters in Alabama: Using specialization, awareness, knowledge, and attitudes to understand conservation behavior
SK Lessard, WC Morse, CA Lepczyk, E Seekamp
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 23 (3), 227-241, 2018
Linking social and ecological systems
WC Zipperer, WC Morse, CJ Gaither
Urban ecology: Patterns, processes, and applications, 298-308, 2011
Biological and social investigation of human–black bear conflicts in the panhandle of Florida
DR Lowery, WC Morse, TD Steury
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 17 (3), 193-206, 2012
Recreation as a transformative experience: Synthesizing the literature on outdoor recreation and recreation ecosystem services into a systems framework
WC Morse, M Stern, D Blahna, T Stein
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 38, 100492, 2022
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