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2017 “[Introduction] Science and Problem Solving for Wicked Problems: Challenges and Responses,” w/ Denise Lach and Brent Steel, in New Strategies for Wicked Problems: Science and Problem Solving in the 21st Century. Eds., E. Weber, D. Lach, and B. Steel. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press.
2017 “Collaborative Governance, Science, and Policy Outcomes,” w/ Anna P. Stevenson, in New Strategies for Wicked Problems: Science and Problem Solving in the 21st Century. Eds., E. Weber, D. Lach, and B. Steel. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press.
2017 “Wicked Problem Settings: A New and Expanded Contract for Scientists and Policy Implementation?” w/ Denise Lach and Brent Steel, in New Strategies for Wicked Problems: Science and Problem Solving in the 21stCentury. Eds., E. Weber, D. Lach, and B. Steel. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press.
2017 “Integrated Hydro-Irrigation-Restoration Systems: Resolving a Wicked Problem in the Whychus Creek Watershed,” Journal of Sustainable Development 10 (2) (November).
2016 “Politicians and Collaborative Governance: The New Logic of Support,” in Richard D. Margerum and Cathy Robinson, Eds., The Challenges of Collaboration in Environmental Governance: Barriers and Responses. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing: 223-245.
2015 “The Adaptive Venue Shopping Framework: How Emergent Groups Choose Environmental Policymaking Venues,” with Aaron Ley (lead), Environmental Politics 24 (5): 703 – 722.
2015 “Energy Policy: Oil, Gas and Renewables,” with David Bernell and Hilary Boudet, in N. Vig and M. Kraft, Eds., Environmental Policy. 9th ed., Washington, D.C.: CQ Press: 172 – 193.
2014 “The U.S. Department of Interior: From Grazing and Grasslands to Renewables and Beyond,” with Aaron Ley, in S. Fairfax and E. Russell, Eds., U.S. Environmental Policy. Washington, D.C: SAGE Publishing and CQ Press: 189 – 201.
2014 “The Value of Practice-Based Knowledge,” with Jill Belsky, Denise Lach, and Antony Cheng, Society and Natural Resources 27 (10): 1074 – 1088.
2014 “Policy Change and Venue Choice: Field Burning in Idaho and Washington,” with Aaron Ley (lead), Society and Natural Resources 27 (5): 645 – 655.
2014 “Science, Regulation and Politics,” with Ian Davidson, in Brent S. Steel (ed.), Science and Politics: An A to Z Guide to Issues and Controversies. Los Angeles, CA: Sage/CQ Press.
2012 “Unleashing the Potential of Collaborative Governance Arrangements: Getting to Robust Durability in the Blackfoot Valley,” Journal of Sustainable Development.
2012 “Governing Transboundary Resources in the Face of Uncertainty,” with Matt McKinney, in B. Cosens, Ed., The Columbia River Treaty Revisited: Transboundary River Governance in the Face of Uncertainty. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press. (A Project of the Universities Consortium on Columbia River Governance.)
2012 “Regulation, Knowledge Transfer, and Forestry Policy Implementation: Different Strokes for Different Folks?” with Roje Gootee (lead), Keith Blatner, Matt Carroll, and David Baumgartner, Sustainable Agriculture Research, 1 (1) (February): 55 – 65.
2011 “Getting to Resilience in a Climate Protected Community: Early Problem Solving Choices, Ideas, and Governance Philosophy,” in Bruce Goldstein, ed., Collaborative Resilience: Moving through Crisis to Opportunity. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.
2011 “New Choices and Challenges for Regulated Private Forests: The “Alternate Plan” Option,” with Roje Gootee (lead), Keith Blatner, Matt Carroll, and David Baumgartner, The Journal of Forestry.
2011 “Equitable Regulation of Private Forests,” with Roje Gootee (lead), Keith Blatner, Matt Carroll, and David Baumgartner, Small-Scale Forestry, 10 (4): 457 – 472.
2011 “Choosing What to Believe about Forests,” with Roje Gootee (lead), Keith Blatner, Matt Carroll, and David Baumgartner, Small-Scale Forestry. 10 (2): 137 – 152.
2011 “Science, Society, and Water Resources in New Zealand: Recognizing and Overcoming a Societal Impasse,” with Ali Memon and Brett Painter, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 13(1):49-70.
2010 “Thinking Harder about Outcomes for Collaborative Governance Arrangements,” with Ellen Rogers (lead), American Review of Public Administration, 40 (5) (September): 546 -567.
2010 “Civic Science and Salmon Recovery Planning in Puget Sound,” with Thomas M. Leschine and Jon Brock, Policy Studies Journal, 38 (2) (May): 235-256.
2010 “Overcoming Obstacles to Collaborative Water Governance: Moving toward Sustainability in New Zealand,” with Ali Memon (lead), The Journal of Natural Resource Policy Research, 2 (2) (April): 103-116.
2010 “Enhancing Potential for Integrated Catchment Management in New Zealand: A Multi-Scalar, Strategic Perspective,” with Ali Memon and Brett Painter, Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 17 (March): 35 – 44.
2009 “How to Harness the Full Potential of Integrated Catchment Management as a Pathway to Sustainability,” with Ali Memon and Brett Painter, Lincoln Planning Review Journal (1)
2009 “Explaining Institutional Change in Tough Cases of Collaboration: ‘Ideas’ in the Blackfoot Watershed,” Public Administration Review 69 (2) (March/April): 314-327.
2009 “Climate Change as a Governance Issue: Piecing the Puzzle Together,” in B. Hayward, ed., Nowhere Far from the Sea: The Politics of Climate Change: Issues for New Zealand and Small Pacific Islands. Wellington, New Zealand: Dunmore Publishing. 2008 “Managing Collaborative Processes: Common Practices, Uncommon Circumstances,” with Anne M. Khademian, Administration and Society 40 (5): 431-464.
2008 “Facing and Managing Climate Change: Assumptions, Science, and Governance Responses,” Political Science 60 (1) (June): 133-150.
2008 “Reality and Better Mousetraps: The Case of New Environmental Governance Institutions,” Society and Natural Resources 21 (2) (February): 91-94.
2008 “Wicked Problems, Knowledge Challenges, and Collaborative Capacity Builders in Network Settings,” with Anne M. Khademian, Public Administration Review 68 (2) (March-April): 334-349.
2007 “Assessing Collaborative Capacity in a Multidimensional World,” with Nicholas Lovrich and Michael Gaffney, Administration & Society 39 (2) (April): 194-220.
2007 “Getting Agricultural Productivity and Environmental Sustainability at the Same Time: What Matters, What Doesn’t?” with Madina Khalmirzaeva, Mark Stephan, Tetyana Lysak, and Ilhom Esanov, in D. Rahm, K. V. Thai, and J. Coggburn, eds. The Handbook of Globalization and the Environment. New York: CRC Press: 335-358.
2007 “Collaboration and Endangered Species: Approaching Regulatory Compliance from a New Angle,” with Nicholas Lovrich, Michael Gaffney, and Mike Bireley, in D. Rahm, K. V. Thai, and J. Coggburn, eds. The Handbook of Globalization and the Environment. CRC Press: 401-432.
2006 “Water User Institutions, Social Capital, and Technology Transfer in Central Asia,” with John Pierce, Mark Stephan, Madina Khalmirzaeva, Nicholas Lovrich, and Hakim Salokhiddinov, Comparative Technology Transfer and Society 4 (3) (December): 287-304.
2005 “Collaboration, Enforcement, and Endangered Species: A Framework for Assessing Collaborative Problem Solving Capacity,” with Nicholas Lovrich and Michael Gaffney, Society and Natural Resources 18 (8) (September): 677-698.
2005 “Scaling Down the Search for Peace and Security: Lessons Learned from the Emergence of Sub-National Collaboratives,” in Shin Chiba and Noriko Kawamura, eds., Towards a Peaceable Future: Rethinking Peace, Security and Kyosei from a Multidisciplinary Perspective. Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press and the Thomas S. Foley Institute for Public Policy and Public Service: 87-100.
2005 “Interagency Collaborative Approaches to Endangered Species Act Compliance and Salmon Recovery in the Pacific Northwest,” with Nicholas Lovrich and Michael Gaffney, International Journal of Organization Theory and Behavior 8(2): 237-273.