Submissions from 2016
Whose values count: is a theory of social choice for sustainability science possible?, Mark W. Anderson, mario f. teisl, and Caroline L. Noblet
Transdisciplinary research partnerships in sustainability science: an examination of stakeholder participation preferences, Karen H. Beiluch, Kathleen P. Bell, Mario F. Teisl, Laura Lindenfeld, Jessica Leahy, and Linda Silka
Initial Movements of a Dispersing Amphbian in Response to Partial Harvestion in the Acadian Forest of Maine, USA, Brittany Cline and Malcolm L. Hunter Jr.
Movement in the matrix: Substrates and distance to forest edge affect postmetamorphic movements of a forest amphibian, Brittany Cline and Malcolm L. Hunter Jr.
Do Geographically Isolated Wetlands Influence Landscape Functions?, Matthew J. Cohen; Irema F. Creed; Laurie Alexander; Nandita B. Basu; Aram J K Calhoun; Christopher Craft; CSS-Dynamac Corporation; Katherine Kirkman; Charles R. Lane; Megan Lang; Scitt G. Leibowitz; David B. Lewis; CDM Smith, Inc; Daniel L. McLaughlin; David M. Mushet; Hadas Raanan-Kiperwas; Mark C. Rains; Lora Smith; and Susan C. Walls
Efficiency and Detection Accuracy Using Print and Digital Stereo Aerial Photography for Remotely Mapping Vernal Pools in New England Landscapes, Fred J. DiBello, Aram J K Calhoun, Dawn E. Morgan, and Amanda F. Shearin
Moving up the Waste Hierarchy in Maine: Learning from “Best Practice” State-Level Policy for Waste Reduction and Recovery, Cindy Isenhour, Travis Blackmer, Travis Wagner, Linda Silka, and John Peckenham
Moving up the Waste Hierarchy in Maine: Learning from “Best Practice” State-Level Policy for Waste Reduction and Recovery, Cindy Isenhour, Travis Blackmer, Travis Wagner, Linda Silka, John Peckenham, David Hart, and Jean MacRae
Submissions from 2015
Implications of species addition and decline for nutrient dynamics in freshwaters., Krista A. Capps, Carla L. Atkinson, and Amanda T. Rugenski
Are acceptance, support, and the factors that affect them, different? Examining perceptions of U.S. fuel economy standards, Stacia J. Dreyer, Mario F. Teisl, and Shannon K. McCoy
Australians’ views on carbon pricing before and after the 2013 federal election, Stacia J. Dreyer, Iain Walker, Shannon K. McCoy, and Mario F. Teisl
Strengthening the role of universities in addressing sustainability challenges: the Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions as an institutional experiment, David Hart, Kathleen P. Bell, Laura Lindenfeld, Shaleen Jain, Teresa Johnson, Darren Ranco, and Brian McGill
The Maine Tidal Power Initiative: Transdisciplinary sustainability science research for the responsible development of tidal power, Jessica Spelke Jansujwicz and Teresa R. Johnson
A Smiling Face Is Half The Meal: The Role of Cooperation in Sustaining Maine’s Local Food Industry, Ethan Tremblay and Timothy Waring
High-Precision Land-Cover-Land-Use GIS Mapping and Land Availability and Suitability Analysis for Grass Biomass Production in the Aroostook River Valley, Maine, USA., Chunzeng Wang, Jason Johnston, David Vail, Jared Diskinson, and David Putnam
Submissions from 2014
The Incompatibility of Benefit-cost Analysis with Sustainability Science, Mark W. Anderson, mario f. teisl, Caroline L. Noblet, and Sharon Klein
Creating Successful Vernal Pools: A Literature Review and Advice for Practitioners, Aram J K Calhoun, J. Arrigoni, Malcolm L. Hunter Jr., and C. Richter
Improving management of small natural features on private lands by negotiating the science–policy boundary for Maine vernal pools, Aram J K Calhoun, Jessica Spelke Jansujwicz, Malcolm L. Hunter Jr., and Kathleen P. Bell
Modeling nutrient transport and transformation by pool-breeding amphibians in forested landscapes using a 21 year dataset, Krista A. Capps, Keith Berven, and Scott D. Tiegs
Biogeochemical hotspots in Forested Landscapes: The Role of Vernal Pools in Denitrification and Organic Matter, Krista A. Capps, Regina L. Rancatti, Nathan Tomczyk, Aram J K Calhoun, and Malcolm L. Hunter Jr.
Different open-canopy vegetation types affect matrix permeability for a dispersing forest amphibian, Brittany Cline and Malcolm L. Hunter Jr.
Managing the middle ground: forests in the transition zone between cities and remote areas, Charles Colgan, Malcolm L. Hunter Jr., Aaron Weiskittel, and Brian McGill
The Complexity of the Practice of Ecosystem-Based Management., Verna G. DeLauer, Andrew A. Rosenberg, Nancy C. Popp, David R. Hiley, and Christine Feurt
The Complementary Niches of Anthropocentric and Biocentric Conservationists, Malcolm L. Hunter Jr., Kent H. Redford, and David Lindenmayer
Qualitative Indicators of Social Resilience in Small-Scale Fishing Communities: An Emphasis on Perceptions and Practice, Teresa Johnson, Anna M. Henry, and Cameron Thompson
Submissions from 2013
Strengthening Knowledge Co-Production Capacity: Examining Interest in Community-University Partnerships., Karen Hutchins, Laura Lindenfeld, Jessica Leahy, and Linda Silka
Using Mixed Methods to Develop a Frame-Based Private Landowner Typology, Jessica Spelke Jansujwicz, Aram J K Calhoun, Jessica Leahy, and Robert J. Lileholm
Fisheries management in a changing climate: Lessons from the 2012 ocean heat wave in the Northwest Atlantic., Katherine E. Mills, Andrew Pershing, Curtis J. Brown, Yong Chen, Fu-Sung Chiang, Daniel S. Holland, Sigrid Lehuta, Janet A. Nye, Jenny C. Sun, Andrew C. Thomas, and Richard A. Wahle
Submissions from 2012
Giving Voice to the Future in Sustainability: Retrospective Assessment to Learn Prospective Stakeholder Engagement, Mark W. Anderson, mario f. teisl, and Caroline L. Noblet
Articulating Identity in and through Maine's North Woods, Karen Hutchins and Nathan Stromer
Research for the Sustainable Development of Tidal Power in Maine, Teresa Johnson and Gayle B. Zydlewski
Geosensor Data Representation Using Layered Slope Grids Sensors., Yongmi Lee, Young Jin Jung, Kwang Woo Nam, Silvia Nittel Editor, Mary-Kate Beard-Tisdale, and Keun Ho Ryu
Mercury Bioaccumulation in Wood Frogs Developing in Seasonal Pools, Cynthia Loftin, Aram J K Calhoun, Sarah J. Nelson, Adria A. Elskus, and Kevin Simon
Interview with Robert Kates, Pathfinder in Sustainability Science, Bridie McGreavy and Robert Kates
Economic Development and Maine’s Sustainability Solutions Initiative, Caroline L. Noblet, Kathleen P. Bell, Charles Colgan, and Mario Teisl
Biofuels Development in Maine: Using Trees to Oil the Wheels of Sustainabilty, Caroline L. Noblet, mario f. teisl, Katherine H. Farrow, and Jonathan Rubin
The Path to Sustainable Water Resources Solutions, John Peckenham, David Hart, Sean Smith, Shaleen Jain, and Whitney King
The role of forest harvesting and subsequent vegetative regrowth, Viorel D. Popsedu, David A. Patrick, Malcolm L. Hunter Jr., and Aram J K Calhoun
Two Maine Forest Pests: A Comparison of Approaches to Understanding Threats to Hemlock and Ash Trees in Maine, Darren Ranco, Amy Arnett, Erika Latty, Alysa Remsburg, Kathleen Dunckel, Erin Quigley, Rob Lillieholm, John Daigle, Bill Livingston, Jennifer Neptune, and Theresa Secord
Improving Maine’s Future through Education: Overcoming Challenges and Learning to “Row” Together, Linda Silka, Karen Hutchins, Meredith Jones, and Chris Rector
Introduction, Linda Silka, Bridie McGreavy, Brittany Cline, and Laura Lindenfeld
Submissions from 2011
Algal bioassessment metrics for wadeable streams and rivers of Maine, USA, Thomas J. Danielson, Cynthia Loftin, Leonidas Tsomides, Jeanne L. DiFranco, and Beth Connors
Clearcutting has a long-lasting effect on habitat connectivity for a forest amphibian by decreasing permeability to juvenile movements, Viorel Popescu and Malcolm L. Hunter Jr.
Submissions from 2010
A multi-scale assessment of amphibian habitat selection: Wood frog response to timber harvesting, Sean Michael Blomquist and Malcolm L. Hunter Jr.
A Call to Action for Conserving Biological Diversity in the Face of Climate Change, Malcolm L. Hunter Jr., Eric Dinerstein, John Hoekstra, and David Lindenmayer
Comparing relative abundance of amphibians in forest canopy gaps of natural origin vs. timber harvest origin, Carol J. Strojny and Malcolm L. Hunter Jr.
The engaged university: Providing a platform for research that transforms society, Ali Whitmer, Laura Ogden, John Lawton, Pam Sturner, Peter M. Groffman, Laura Schneider, David Hart, Benjamin Halpern, William Schlesinger, Steve Raciti, Neil Bettez, Sonia Ortega, Lindsey Rustad, Steward TA Pickett, and Mary Killilea
Submissions from 2009
Thresholds and the Mismatch between Environmental Laws and Ecosystems, Malcolm L. Hunter Jr., Michael J. Bean, David Lindenmayer, and David S. Wilcove