Social acceptability of bioenergy in the U.S. South. Social vulnerability and climate change. Private forest owner decision-making. Social context of public comment and environmental decision-making.
Social and cultural dimensions of natural resource use and conservation: Environmental values. Land use choice. Social networks. Race/ethnicity. Natural resource management and policy: Land use and sustainable development. National parks and protected areas. Forests on private lands. Participation, collaboration, and community-based approaches. Interdisciplinary research. Relationships between research and practice. Biofuels. Social vulnerability and climate change.
Minority and limited-resource forest landowners in Alabama. Forest Values in Central America.