Douglas A. Clark
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Conservation social science: Understanding and integrating human dimensions to improve conservation
NJ Bennett, R Roth, SC Klain, K Chan, P Christie, DA Clark, G Cullman, ...
biological conservation 205, 93-108, 2017
Mainstreaming the social sciences in conservation
NJ Bennett, R Roth, SC Klain, KMA Chan, DA Clark, G Cullman, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (1), 56-66, 2017
Publishing social science research in Conservation Biology to move beyond biology
TL Teel, CB Anderson, MA Burgman, J Cinner, D Clark, RA Estévez, ...
Conservation Biology 32 (1), 6-8, 2018
Nature-based tourism, resource dependence, and resilience of Arctic communities: Framing complex issues in a changing environment
AM Sisneros-Kidd, C Monz, V Hausner, J Schmidt, D Clark
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 27 (8), 1259-1276, 2019
Polar bear conservation in Canada: defining the policy problems
DA Clark, DS Lee, MMR Freeman, SG Clark
Arctic, 347-360, 2008
Unpacking social learning in social-ecological systems
A Diduck, N Bankes, D Clark, DR Armitage
Breaking Ice: Integrated Ocean Management in the Canadian North, 269-290, 2005
Cross-scale institutions and building resilience in the Canadian North
F Berkes, N Bankes, M Marschke, D Armitage, D Clark
Breaking Ice: Renewable Resource and Ocean Management in the Canadian North …, 2005
Transforming parks and protected areas: Policy and governance in a changing world
KS Hanna, DA Clark
Routledge, 2007
College and university environmental programs as a policy problem (part 1): integrating knowledge, education, and action for a better world?
SG Clark, MB Rutherford, MR Auer, DN Cherney, RL Wallace, DJ Mattson, ...
Environmental Management 47, 701-715, 2011
Respect for grizzly bears: an aboriginal approach for co-existence and resilience
DA Clark, DS Slocombe
College and university environmental programs as a policy problem (part 2): strategies for improvement
SG Clark, MB Rutherford, MR Auer, DN Cherney, RL Wallace, DJ Mattson, ...
Environmental Management 47, 716-726, 2011
A review of factors to consider when using camera traps to study animal behavior to inform wildlife ecology and conservation
A Caravaggi, AC Burton, DA Clark, JT Fisher, A Grass, S Green, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 2 (8), e239, 2020
Adaptive and transformative capacity
G Kofinas, D Clark, GK Hovelsrud, L Alessa, H Amundsen, M Berman, ...
Arctic resilience interim report, 73-93, 2013
Distribution, characteristics, and use of earth dens and related excavations by polar bears on the western Hudson Bay lowlands
DA Clark, I Stirling, W Calvert
Arctic, 158-166, 1997
Scenario planning during rapid ecological change: lessons and perspectives from workshops with southwest Yukon wildlife managers
DM Beach, DA Clark
Ecology and Society 20 (1), 2015
Polar bear management in Canada 1997–2000
NJ Lunn, S Atkinson, M Branigan, W Calvert, D Clark, B Doidge, C Elliott, ...
Polar bears. Proceedings of the 13th Working Meeting of the IUCN/SSC Polar …, 2002
Unexpected and undesired conservation outcomes of wildlife trade bans—An emerging problem for stakeholders?
DS Weber, T Mandler, M Dyck, PJVC De Groot, DS Lee, DA Clark
Global Ecology and Conservation 3, 389-400, 2015
Principles for the socially responsible use of conservation monitoring technology and data
C Sandbrook, D Clark, T Toivonen, T Simlai, S O'Donnell, J Cobbe, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 3 (5), e374, 2021
Grizzly bear conservation in the foothills model forest: appraisal of a collaborative ecosystem management effort
DA Clark, DS Slocombe
Policy Sciences 44, 1-11, 2011
Impacts of reintroduced bison on first nations people in Yukon, Canada: finding common ground through participatory research and social learning
DA Clark, L Workman, TS Jung
Conservation and Society 14 (1), 1-12, 2016
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