Hannah Gosnell
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A decade of adaptive governance scholarship: synthesis and future directions
BC Chaffin, H Gosnell, BA Cosens
Ecology and society 19 (3), 2014
Amenity migration: diverse conceptualizations of drivers, socioeconomic dimensions, and emerging challenges
H Gosnell, J Abrams
GeoJournal 76, 303-322, 2011
Atlas of the New West: Portrait of a changing region
WE Riebsame, H Gosnell, DW Theobald, JJ Robb, P Limerick, ...
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Transformational adaptation on the farm: Processes of change and persistence in transitions to ‘climate-smart’regenerative agriculture
H Gosnell, N Gill, M Voyer
Global Environmental Change 59, 101965, 2019
Re-creating the rural, reconstructing nature: An international literature review of the environmental implications of amenity migration
JB Abrams, H Gosnell, NJ Gill, PJ Klepeis
Conservation and society 10 (3), 270-284, 2012
Land use and landscape change in the Colorado mountains I: Theory, scale, and pattern
WE Riebsame, H Gosnell, DM Theobald
Mountain research and development, 395-405, 1996
Ranchland ownership change in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, 1990–2001: implications for conservation
H Gosnell, JH Haggerty, WR Travis
Society and natural resources 19 (8), 743-758, 2006
Top 40 priorities for science to inform US conservation and management policy
E Fleishman, DE Blockstein, JA Hall, MB Mascia, MA Rudd, JM Scott, ...
BioScience 61 (4), 290-300, 2011
The role of law in adaptive governance
BA Cosens, RK Craig, SL Hirsch, CAT Arnold, MH Benson, DA DeCaro, ...
Ecology and society: a journal of integrative science for resilience and …, 2017
Ranchland ownership dynamics in the Rocky Mountain West
H Gosnell, WR Travis
Rangeland ecology & management 58 (2), 191-198, 2005
Writing the new west: a critical review
P Robbins, K Meehan, H Gosnell, SJ Gilbertz
Rural sociology 74 (3), 356-382, 2009
Land use and landscape change in the Colorado Mountains II: A case study of the East River Valley
DM Theobald, H Gosnell, WE Riebsame
Mountain Research and Development, 407-418, 1996
Peace on the river? Social-ecological restoration and large dam removal in the Klamath basin, USA.
H Gosnell, EC Kelly
Water Alternatives 3 (2), 2010
Balancing stability and flexibility in adaptive governance: an analysis of tools available in US environmental law
RK Craig, AS Garmestani, CR Allen, CAT Arnold, H Birgé, DA DeCaro, ...
Ecology and society: a journal of integrative science for resilience and …, 2017
Survey of beaver-related restoration practices in rangeland streams of the western USA
DS Pilliod, AT Rohde, S Charnley, RR Davee, JB Dunham, H Gosnell, ...
Environmental management 61, 58-68, 2018
Ranch Ownership Change and New Approaches to Water Resource Management in Southwestern Montana: Implications for Fisheries1
H Gosnell, JH Haggerty, PA Byorth
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43 (4), 990-1003, 2007
Institutional networks and adaptive water governance in the Klamath River Basin, USA
BC Chaffin, AS Garmestani, H Gosnell, RK Craig
Environmental Science & Policy 57, 112-121, 2016
Utility engagement with payments for watershed services in the United States
DE Bennett, H Gosnell, S Lurie, S Duncan
Ecosystem Services 8, 56-64, 2014
Rivers are social–ecological systems: Time to integrate human dimensions into riverscape ecology and management
JB Dunham, PL Angermeier, SD Crausbay, AE Cravens, H Gosnell, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 5 (4), e1291, 2018
Integrating multiple perspectives on payments for ecosystem services through a social–ecological systems framework
DE Bennett, H Gosnell
Ecological Economics 116, 172-181, 2015
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