Stanley T. Asah
Stanley T. Asah
SEFS, College of the Environment, UW
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The IPBES Conceptual Framework — connecting nature and people
SD az, S Demissew, J Carabias, C Joly, M Lonsdale, N Ash, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 14, 1-16, 2015
Valuing nature’s contributions to people: the IPBES approach
U Pascual, P Balvanera, S Díaz, G Pataki, E Roth, M Stenseke, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 26, 7-16, 2017
Perception, acquisition and use of ecosystem services: Human behavior, and ecosystem management and policy implications
ST Asah, AD Guerry, DJ Blahna, JJ Lawler
Ecosystem Services 10, 180-186, 2014
Motivational functionalism and urban conservation stewardship: implications for volunteer involvement
ST Asah, DJ Blahna
Conservation Letters 5 (6), 470-477, 2012
Advancing conservation by understanding and influencing human behavior
SMW Reddy, J Montambault, YJ Masuda, E Keenan, W Butler, JRB Fisher, ...
Conservation Letters 10 (2), 248-256, 2017
The influence of childhood: Operational pathways to adulthood participation in nature-based activities
ST Asah, DN Bengston, LM Westphal
Environment and Behavior 44 (4), 545-569, 2012
Managing the mismatches to provide ecosystem services for human well-being: a conceptual framework for understanding the New Commons
AK Duraiappah, ST Asah, ES Brondizio, N Kosoy, PJ O’Farrell, ...
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 7, 94-100, 2014
The diverse values and motivations of family forest owners in the United States: an analysis of an open-ended question in the National Woodland Owner Survey
DN Bengston, ST Asah, BJ Butler
Small-Scale Forestry 10 (3), 339-355, 2011
Practical implications of understanding the influence of motivations on commitment to voluntary urban conservation stewardship
ST Asah, DJ Blahna
Conservation Biology 27 (4), 866-875, 2013
Estimating the impacts of land use/land cover changes on Ecosystem Service Values: The case of the Andassa watershed in the Upper Blue Nile basin of Ethiopia
T Gashaw, T Tulu, M Argaw, AW Worqlul, T Tolessa, M Kindu
Ecosystem Services 31, 219-228, 2018
Involving forest communities in identifying and constructing ecosystem services: Millennium Assessment and place specificity
ST Asah, DJ Blahna, CM Ryan
Journal of Forestry 110 (3), 149-156, 2012
Diagnostic reframing of intractable environmental problems: case of a contested multiparty public land-use conflict
ST Asah, DN Bengston, K Wendt, KC Nelson
Journal of environmental management 108, 108-119, 2012
Benefits of urban landscape eco-volunteerism: Mixed methods segmentation analysis and implications for volunteer retention
ST Asah, MM Lenentine, DJ Blahna
Landscape and Urban Planning 123, 108-113, 2014
Empirical social-ecological system analysis: from theoretical framework to latent variable structural equation model
ST Asah
Environmental Management 42 (6), 1077-1090, 2008
Wolf lethal control and livestock depredations: counter-evidence from respecified models
N Poudyal, N Baral, ST Asah
PloS one 11 (2), e0148743, 2016
Mechanisms of children’s exposure to nature: Predicting adulthood environmental citizenship and commitment to nature-based activities
ST Asah, DN Bengston, LM Westphal, CH Gowan
Environment and Behavior 50 (7), 807-836, 2018
Clarifying standpoints in the gray wolf recovery conflict: procuring management and policy forethought
KE Mazur, ST Asah
Biological conservation 167, 79-89, 2013
Prognostic framing of stakeholders’ subjectivities: a case of all-terrain vehicle management on state public lands
ST Asah, DN Bengston, K Wendt, L DeVaney
Environmental Management 49 (1), 192-206, 2012
The Landlady (A Roald Dahl Short Story)
R Dahl
Penguin UK, 2012
Post-2015 Development Agenda: Human Agency and the Inoperability of the Sustainable Development Architecture
ST Asah
Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 16 (4), 631-636, 2015
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