Lilian Alessa
Lilian Alessa
Director, Alaska EPSCoR; President's Professor, U Idaho, CBON Lead, Arctic Domain Awareness Homeland
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Social–ecological hotspots mapping: a spatial approach for identifying coupled social–ecological space
G Brown
Landscape and urban planning 85 (1), 27-39, 2008
The arctic freshwater system: Changes and impacts
D White, L Hinzman, L Alessa, J Cassano, M Chambers, K Falkner, ...
Journal of geophysical research: Biogeosciences 112 (G4), 2007
The arctic water resource vulnerability index: an integrated assessment tool for community resilience and vulnerability with respect to freshwater
L Alessa, A Kliskey, R Lammers, C Arp, D White, L Hinzman, R Busey
Environmental management 42 (3), 523, 2008
Effects of knowledge, personal attribution and perception of ecosystem health on depreciative behaviors in the intertidal zone of Pacific Rim National Park and Reserve
L Alessa, SM Bennett, AD Kliskey
Journal of environmental management 68 (2), 207-218, 2003
A comparison of perceptions of biological value with scientific assessment of biological importance
G Brown, C Smith, L Alessa, A Kliskey
Applied geography 24 (2), 161-180, 2004
Perception of change in freshwater in remote resource-dependent Arctic communities
P Williams, M Barton
Global Environmental Change 18 (1), 153-164, 2008
A social-ecological systems approach for environmental management
A Virapongse, S Brooks, EC Metcalf, M Zedalis, J Gosz, A Kliskey, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 178, 83-91, 2016
The science of firescapes: achieving fire-resilient communities
AMS Smith, CA Kolden, TB Paveglio, MA Cochrane, DMJS Bowman, ...
Bioscience 66 (2), 130-146, 2016
F-actin marks the rhizoid pole in living Pelvetia compressa zygotes
L Alessa, DL Kropf
Development 126 (1), 201-209, 1999
Towards a community framework for agent-based modelling
MA Janssen, LN Alessa, M Barton, S Bergin, A Lee
Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 11 (2), 6, 2008
Remote sensing the vulnerability of vegetation in natural terrestrial ecosystems
AMS Smith, CA Kolden, WT Tinkham, AF Talhelm, JD Marshall, AT Hudak, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 154, 322-337, 2014
The relationship between traditional ecological knowledge, evolving cultures, and wilderness protection in the circumpolar north
A Watson, L Alessa, B Glaspell
Conservation ecology 8 (1), 2003
The contributions of community-based monitoring and traditional knowledge to Arctic observing networks: Reflections on the state of the field
N Johnson, L Alessa, C Behe, F Danielsen, S Gearheard, ...
Arctic, 28-40, 2015
Timescapes of community resilience and vulnerability in the circumpolar north
M Robards, L Alessa
Arctic, 415-427, 2004
Toward a typology for social-ecological systems
L Alessa, A Kliskey, M Altaweel
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 5 (1), 31-41, 2009
The role of Indigenous science and local knowledge in integrated observing systems: moving toward adaptive capacity indices and early warning systems
L Alessa, A Kliskey, J Gamble, M Fidel, G Beaujean, J Gosz
Sustainability Science 11 (1), 91-102, 2016
A GIS-based inductive study of wilderness values
G Brown, L Alessa
International journal of wilderness 11 (1), 14-18, 2005
Anthropogenic biomes: a key contribution to earth-system science
L Alessa, FS Chapin III
Trends in ecology & evolution 23 (10), 529-531, 2008
Social construction of Arctic wilderness: Place meanings, value pluralism, and globalization
DR Williams
Freshwater vulnerabilities and resilience on the Seward Peninsula: Integrating multiple dimensions of landscape change
R Busey, L Hinzman, D White
Global Environmental Change 18 (2), 256-270, 2008
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