Damon M. Hall
Damon M. Hall
University of Missouri, School of Natural Resources; Biomedical, Biological & Chemical Engineering
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The city as a refuge for insect pollinators
DM Hall, GR Camilo, RK Tonietto, DH Smith, J Ollerton, K Ahrné, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (1), 24-29, 2017
2842017
Obscuring ecosystem function with application of the ecosystem services concept
MJ Peterson, DM Hall, AM Feldpausch-Parker, TR Peterson
Conservation Biology 24 (1), 113-119, 2010
2432010
Policy stakeholders and deployment of wind power in the sub-national context: A comparison of four US states
M Fischlein, J Larson, DM Hall, R Chaudhry, TR Peterson, JC Stephens, ...
Energy Policy 38 (8), 4429-4439, 2010
1172010
Creating a place for environmental communication research in sustainability science
LA Lindenfeld, DM Hall, B McGreavy, L Silka, D Hart
Environmental Communication: Journal of Nature and Culture 6 (1), 23–43, 2012
962012
An evolving research agenda for human–coastal systems
ED Lazarus, MA Ellis, AB Murray, DM Hall
Geomorphology 256, 81-90, 2016
682016
Spreading the news on carbon capture and storage: A state-level comparison of US media
AM Feldpausch-Parker, CJ Ragland, LL Melnick, R Chaudhry, DM Hall, ...
Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 7 (3), 336-354, 2013
502013
Policy stakeholders' perceptions of carbon capture and storage: a comparison of four US States
R Chaudhry, M Fischlein, J Larson, DM Hall, TR Peterson, EJ Wilson, ...
Journal of cleaner production 52, 21-32, 2013
502013
Culture as a means to contextualize policy
DM Hall, SJ Gilbertz, CC Horton, TR Peterson
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 2 (3), 222-233, 2012
372012
Beyond “buy-in”: designing citizen participation in water planning as research
DM Hall, SJ Gilbertz, MB Anderson, LC Ward
Journal of Cleaner Production 133, 725-734, 2016
352016
Strategies for communicating systems models
DM Hall, ED Lazarus, TS Swannack
Environmental Modelling & Software 55, 70-76, 2014
342014
Insect pollinator conservation policy innovations at subnational levels: Lessons for lawmakers
DM Hall, R Steiner
Environmental Science & Policy 93, 118-128, 2019
332019
Deep waters: Lessons from community meetings about offshore wind resource development in the US
DM Hall, ED Lazarus
Marine Policy 57 (July), 9-17, 2015
282015
Integrating Divergent Representations of Place into Decision Contexts
DM Hall, SJ Gilbertz, CC Horton, TR Peterson
Place-Based Conservation: Perspectives from the Social Sciences, 121-136, 2013
242013
Growing Pains of Crowdsourced Stream Stage Monitoring using Mobile Phones: The Development of CrowdHydrology
C Lowry, M Fienen, D Hall, K Stepenuck
Frontiers in Earth Science, 10.3389/feart.2019.00128, 2019
232019
Defending dissensus: Participatory governance and the politics of water measurement in Montana’s Yellowstone River Basin
MB Anderson, DM Hall, J McEvoy, SJ Gilbertz, L Ward, A Rode
Environmental Politics 25 (6), 991-1012, 2016
222016
Infusing technical communication and teamwork within the ECE curriculum
A Kedrowicz, S Watanabe, D Hall, C Furse
Electrik: Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences 14 …, 2006
212006
Assessing the bicycle network in St. Louis: A PlaceBased user-centered approach
B Boettge, DM Hall, T Crawford
Sustainability 9 (2), 241, 2017
202017
Advancing Science and Improving Quality of Place: Linking Knowledge with Action in Maine’s Sustainability Solutions Initiative
DM Hall, L Silka, LA Lindenfeld
Maine Policy Review 21 (1), 22-29, 2012
182012
A comparative state-level analysis of carbon capture and storage (CCS) discourse among US energy stakeholders and the public
AM Feldpausch-Parker, R Chaudhry, JC Stephens, M Fischlein, DM Hall, ...
Energy Procedia 4, 6368-6375, 2011
182011
Social-ecological system resonance: a framework for brokering sustainable solutions
DM Hall, A Feldpausch-Parker, TR Peterson, J Stephens, EJ Wilson
Sustainability Science 12 (3), 381–392, 2017
152017
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