Peer Reviewed

Wallen, K. E., Filbee-Dexter. K., Pittman, J., Posner, S., Alexander, S., Romulo, C. L., Bennett, D., Clark, E., Cousins, S., Dubik, B. A., Garcia, M., Haig, H., Koebele, E., Qui, J., Richards, R., Symons, S., & Zipper, S. (2019). Integrating team science into interdisciplinary graduate education: an exploration of the SESYNC Graduate Pursuit. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences. doi:10.1007/s13412-019-00543-2. PDF

 

van Riper, C. J., Yoon, J. I., Kyle, G. T., Wallen, K. E., Landon, A. C., & Raymond, C. M. (2019). The antecedents of place attachment in the context of an Australian national park. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 61, 1–9. doi:10.1016/j.jenvp.2018.11.001. PDF​

van Riper, C., Lum, C., Kyle, G. T., Wallen, K. E., Absher, J. D., & Landon, A. C. (2018). Values, motivations, and intentions to engage in pro-environmental behavior. Environment and Behavior. doi:10.1177/0013916518807963. PDF

 

Wallen, K. E., & Kyle, G. T. (2018). Extending the return potential model with descriptive normative belief measures. Society and Natural Resources, , 31(10), 12061212. doi:10.1080/08941920.2018.1485991. PDF

 

Wallen, K. E., & Daut, E. F. (2018). The challenge and opportunity of behavior change methods to reduce demand for illegal wildlife. Nature Conservation, 26, 55–75. doi:10.3897/natureconservation.26.22725. PDF

Wallen, K. E., & Kyle, G. T. (2018). The efficacy of message frames on recreational boaters’ aquatic invasive species mitigation behavioral intentions. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 23(4), 297312. doi:10.1080/10871209.2018.1434705. PDF

 

Morris, E., van Riper, C. J., Kyle, G. T., Wallen, K. E., & Absher, J. D. (2018). Accounting for gender in a study of the motivation-involvement relationship. Leisure Sciences, 40(6), 494–507. doi:10.1080/01490400.2016.1256799. PDF

Wallen, K. E., & Daut, E. F. (2017). Exploring social influence and social marketing to reduce consumer demand for illegal wildlife. Asian Journal of Conservation Biology, 6, 3–15. PDF

Wallen, K. E., & Romulo, C. L. (2017). Social norms: More details, please. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 117, E5283–E5284. doi:10.1073/pnas.1704451114. PDF

Wallen, K. E. (2017). Focusing on structure and process to integrate and mainstream the social sciences in conservation. Conservation Biology, 31, 724–726. doi:10.1111/cobi.12871. PDF

van Riper, C. J., Wallen, K. E., Landon, A. C., Petriello, M. A., Kyle, G. T., & Absher, J. D. (2016). Modeling the trust-risk relationship in a wildland recreation setting: A social exchange perspective. Journal of Outdoor Recreations and Tourism, 14, 1–11. doi:10.1016/j.jort.2016.03.001. PDF

 

Wallen, K. E., Landon, A. C., Kyle, G. T., Schuett, M. A., Leitz, J., & Kurzawski, K. (2016). Mode effect and response rate issues in mixed-mode survey research: Implications for recreational fisheries management. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 36, 852–863. doi:10.1080/02755947.2016.1165764. PDF

Petriello, M. A. & Wallen, K. E. (2015). Integrative reflections on the new conservation science debate. Biodiversity and Conservation, 24, 1549–1551. doi:10.1007/s10531-015-0874-z. PDF

Baum, K. A., & Wallen, K. E. (2011). Potential bias in pan trapping as a function of floral abundance. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society, 84, 155–159. doi:10.2317/JKES100629.1. PDF

Wallen, K. E. (2007). Effects of forest management on small mammal communities at Sugar Creek Conservation Area, Missouri. McNair Scholarly Review, 14, 173–184. PDF

​​​Popular Press

Wallen, K. E. (2018, April 24). Illegal logging costs nations billions of dollars every year: Here's how social science can help curb it. The Conversation. Available online http://bit.ly/2FdcBIB

 

Wallen, K. E. (2018, March 21). Tree board provides pruning do’s and don’ts. Advance-Monticellonian, p. 3A. Available online http://bit.ly/2HUgKo2

 

Wallen, K. E. (2016). Bridging ecology, culture, and governance for effective conservation. Applied Biodiversity Science Perspectives Series, 6, 3. Available online http://bit.ly/2KarsHt

 

Wallen, K. E. (2015). Communicating action: Informing, improving, influencing. Applied Biodiversity Science Perspectives Series, 5, 3. Available online http://bit.ly/2qSM7Ib

 

Wallen, K. E. (2014). Why conservation? Communicating applied biodiversity science. BioDiverse Perspectives. Available online http://bit.ly/2K90Tmb

 

Wallen, K. E. (2014). Our perspective: Communicating applied biodiversity science. Applied Biodiversity Science Perspectives Series, 4, 3. Available online http://bit.ly/2KaCsok

 

Wallen, K. E. (2013). The essential integration of cultural services and social value: Novel directions for ecosystem service management, valuation, and complexity. Applied Biodiversity Science Perspectives Series, 3, 1-9. Available online http://bit.ly/2KaCOLG

 

Technical  Reports  |  Working Papers

 

Willits, F. K., Theodori, G. L., & Wallen, K. E. (2019). Effects of follow-up contacts on sample characteristics and substantive research findings in surveys: An exploratory analysis. Working paper prepared for the Multistate Research Coordinating Committee and Information Exchange Group, Improving Data Quality from Sample Surveys to Foster Agricultural, Community, and Development in Rural America (WERA-1010), U.S. Department of Agriculture.
 

McPeake, R. J. S., Wallen, K. E., & Bennett, C. L. (2019). Assessment of feral hog activity and economic impact in Arkansas. Report prepared for the Arkansas Forest Resources Center, Division of Agriculture, University of Arkansas System.

Wallen, K. E. & Kyle, G. T. (2018). Aquatic invasive species in Texas freshwaters: A statewide survey of recreational boaters’ perceptions, preferences, and behaviors. Report prepared for the Inland Fisheries Divisions, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. PDF

 

Wallen, K. E., Kyle, G. T., Absher, J. D., & Van Riper, C. J. (2015). Carrying capacity and commercial services in the southern Sierra Nevada. Report prepared for the USDA Forest Service. PDF

Wallen, K. E. (2013). Perceptions of climate change among mountaineers in Parque Nacional Huascarán, Perú. Report prepared for the American Climber Science Program, American Alpine Club. PDF

Kyle, G. T., Schuett, M. A., Lee, K., Yoon, J. I., Ding, C., & Wallen, K. E. (2013). Demographics, participation, attitudes, and management preferences of Texas anglers. Report prepared for the Inland and Coastal Fisheries Divisions, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. PDF

​Conference Proceedings

Kyle, G., Wallen, K. E., Landon, A., & Schuett, M. (2018). Mode effect and response rate issue in North American mixed-mode survey research: Implications for recreational fisheries management. In J. Dehez (Ed.), Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas (pp. 349-351). ISBN: 975-2-9551251-1-3. PDF

 

Wallen, K. E., Landon, A. C., Kyle, G. T., & Schuett, M. (2014). The human dimension of fisheries survey research: An exploration of varied collection modes. Proceedings of the 66th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Conference. Fort Pierce, FL: University of Florida. PDF

 

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