Lab members in bold. Biedenweg in last place with student first author denotes primary advisor.
In the editorial process Delie, J., M. Needham, K. Biedenweg.In Revision. Modeling multidimensional tolerance for black bears: the roles of direct experience, knowledge, and risk perceptions. Human Dimensions of Wildlife.
Fleming, W., J. Van Den Hoek, T. Hallman, S. Johnson, and K. Biedenweg. In Revision. Measuring spatial associations between environmental health and beliefs about environmental governance. Environmental Management.
In press Biedenweg, K., S. Chisholm Hatfield and A. Spalding. In press for 2023. Human Dimension Approaches to Marine Studies. In: Ocean and Society: An Introduction to Marine Studies edited by Ana K. Spalding and Daniel O. Suman.
2022 Delie, J., J. Edwards, K. Biedenweg.2022. Developing a multidimensional measure of antecedents to tolerance for wildlife in the context of human–black bear interactions. Human Dimensions of Wildlife.
Erickson, B. and K. Biedenweg. 2022. Distrust within protected area and natural resource management: A systematic review protocol. PLoS ONE, 17(3): e0265353. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0265353 Fleming, W., B. King, K. Robinson, E. Wade, B. Erickson, J. Delie, R. de Ycaza, D. Trimbach, A. Spalding, K. Biedenweg. 2022. Is there no “I” in team? Potential bias in key informant interviews when asking individuals to represent a collective perspective. Plos One.
Fleming, W. M. Needham, and K. Biedenweg. 2022. Connections among Puget Sound residents’ psychological restoration from natural environments, place attachment, and beliefs about environmental governance. Environmental Management.
Trimbach, D. and K. Biedenweg. 2021. Shared shorelines, shared meanings? Examining place meaning in Puget Sound. Applied Geography.
Biedenweg, K., D. Trimbach, J. Delie, and B. Schwartz. 2020. Using Cognitive Mapping to Understand Conservation Planning. Conservation Biology. 34(6): 1364-1372.
Hahn, I., B. Dyson, A. Neale, R. Gould, P. Huber, K. Biedenweg, J. Hochard, and A. Geller. 2020. Review of ESA 2019 Symposium 8: Integrating Human Health with Ecosystem Services - Research to Provide Practical Tools for Healthier and More Resilient Communities. Bulletin for Ecological Society America.
Trimbach, D., W. Fleming, and K. Biedenweg.2020. Whose Puget Sound?: Examining Place Attachment, residency, and stewardship in the Puget Sound Region. Geographical Review.
Posner, S., E. Fenichel, D. McCauley, K. Biedenweg, R. Brumbaugh, C. Costello, F. Joyce, E. Goldman, H. Manning. 2020. Boundary spanning among research and policy communities to address the emerging industrial revolution in the ocean. Environmental Science and Policy. 104: 73-81.
Wade, E. and K. Biedenweg. 2019. Using Cognitive Mapping as a Method to Systemically Assess Perspectives in Resource Management. Gulf and Caribbean Research. 30 (1): GCFI1-GCFI7.
Wade, E. and K. Biedenweg. 2019. Exploring the Diversity of Mental Models Associated with Belize’s Managed Access Fisheries Policy. Ocean and Coastal Management 178.
Wade, E., Spalding, A. K., and Biedenweg, K. 2019. Integrating property rights into fisheries management: The case of Belize’s journey to managed access. Marine Policy 108, 103631.
Biedenweg, K., A. Hanein, K. Nelson, K. Stiles, T. Wellman, J. Horowitz, & S. Vynne. 2014. Developing Human Wellbeing Indicators in the Puget Sound: Focusing on the Watershed Scale. Coastal Management 42:374-390.
Besser, D., R. McLain, L. Cerveny, K. Biedenweg and D. Banis. 2014. Mapping Landscape Values: Issues, Challenges and Lessons Learned from Field Work on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Environmental Practice 16(2):138-150.
Biedenweg, K., L. Cerveny, and R. McLain. 2014. Values Mapping with Latino Forest Users: Contributing to the dialogue on multiple land use conflict management. Practicing Anthropology 36(1): 33-37.
Biedenweg, K., H. Meischke, A. Bohl, K. Hammerback, B.Williams, P. Poe, E.A. Phelan. 2014. Understanding Older Adults’ Motivators and Barriers to Participating in Organized Physical Activity Programs. Journal of Primary Prevention 35:1-11.
Biedenweg, K. and M.C. Monroe. 2013. Teasing Apart the Details: What characteristics of capacity building projects influence community forest management in the Bolivian Amazon? Human Ecology 41(2): 239-253.
McLain, R., M. Poe, K. Biedenweg, L. Cerveny, D. Besser, and D. Blahna. 2013. Making Sense of Human Ecology Mapping: An Overview of Approaches to Integrating Socio-Spatial Data into Environmental Planning. Human Ecology 41(5): 651-665. DOI 10.1007/s10745-013-9573-0
Biedenweg, K. 2012. A Framework for Evaluating Forest Conservation Implications of Community-based Capacity Building: Experiences from the Northern Bolivian Amazon. Conservation and Society. Biedenweg, K., K. Akyuz and B. Skeele. 2012. Balancing Riparian Management and River Recreation: Methods for studying recreation and the relative risk of large wood. Environmental Management 50:2, 283-295.
Barsimontov, J., A. Racelis, K. Biedenweg and M. Digiano. 2010. When Collective Action and Tenure Allocation Collide: Outcomes from community forests in Quintana Roo, Mexico and Petén, Guatemala. Land Use Policy 28(1): 343-352.
Duchelle, A., K. Biedenweg, C. Lucas, J. Radachowsky, D. Wojcik, M. Londres, D. Alvira, W.L. Bartels, A. Virapongse, K. Kainer. 2009. Graduate Students and Knowledge Exchange with Local Stakeholders: Possibilities and Preparation. Biotropica Special Issue 41:5, 578-587.
Cabrera, L., K. Biedenweg, I. Camacho, D. Rojas Céspedes, A. Shenkin, D. Elliott, and S. Perz. 2009. Las comunidades campesinas y la pavimentación de carreteras en Pando, Bolivia. Bolivian Studies Journal/RevistaE 8:1.