Brent Steel
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Thinking globally and acting locally?: environmental attitudes, behaviour and activism
BS Steel
Journal of environmental management 47 (1), 27-36, 1996
3241996
Conflicting values about federal forests: A comparison of national and Oregon publics
BS Steel, P List, B Shindler
Society & natural resources 7 (2), 137-153, 1994
3021994
Public ocean literacy in the United States
BS Steel, C Smith, L Opsommer, S Curiel, R Warner-Steel
Ocean & Coastal Management 48 (2), 97-114, 2005
2242005
The role of scientists in the environmental policy process: a case study from the American west
B Steel, P List, D Lach, B Shindler
Environmental Science & Policy 7 (1), 1-13, 2004
1872004
Managing federal forests: public attitudes in Oregon and nationwide
B Shindler, P List, BS Steel
Journal of Forestry 91 (7), 36-42, 1993
1641993
Citizens, political communication, and interest groups: Environmental organizations in Canada and the United States
JC Pierce, NP Lovrich, MAE Steger, BS Steel
Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1992
1541992
Advocacy and credibility of ecological scientists in resource decisionmaking: a regional study
D Lach, P List, B Steel, B Shindler
BioScience 53 (2), 170-178, 2003
1532003
Job satisfaction among early labor force participants: Unexpected outcomes in public and private sector comparisons
BS Steel, RL Warner
Review of Public Personnel Administration 10 (3), 4-22, 1990
1111990
Child rearing as a mechanism for social change: The relationship of child gender to parents' commitment to gender equity
RL Warner, BS Steel
Gender & Society 13 (4), 503-517, 1999
971999
Political culture, postmaterial values, and the new environmental paradigm: A comparative analysis of Canada and the United States
MAE Steger, JC Pierce, BS Steel, NP Lovrich
Political Behavior 11 (3), 233-254, 1989
961989
Public judgments of adaptive management: A response from forest communities
B Shindler, B Steel, P List
Journal of Forestry 94 (6), 4-12, 1996
911996
Conditions associated with the advent of representative bureaucracy: The case of women in policing
RL Warner, BS Steel, NP Lovrich
Social Science Quarterly 70 (3), 562, 1989
851989
Equality and efficiency tradeoffs in affirmative action—real or imagined? The case of women in policing
BS Steel, NP Lovrich Jr
The Social Science Journal 24 (1), 53-70, 1987
781987
Sources of variation in attitudes and beliefs about federal rangeland management
MW Brunson, BS Steel
Society for Range Management, 1996
701996
The impact of knowledge and values on perceptions of environmental risk to the Great Lakes
BS Steel, DL Soden, RL Warner
Society & Natural Resources 3 (4), 331-348, 1990
681990
Environmental politics and policy: a comparative approach
B Steel, RL Clinton, NP Lovrich
McGraw-Hill Humanities, Social Sciences & World Languages, 2003
642003
Sailing the shoals of adaptive management: the case of salmon in the Pacific Northwest
CL Smith, J Gilden, BS Steel, K Mrakovcich
Environmental Management 22 (5), 671-681, 1998
621998
Correlates and consequences of public knowledge concerning ocean fisheries management
B Steel, N Lovrich, D Lach, V Fomenko
Coastal management 33 (1), 37-51, 2005
602005
Ecosystem management, decentralization, and public opinion
BS Steel, E Weber
Global Environmental Change 11 (2), 119-131, 2001
592001
National public attitudes toward federal rangeland management.
MW Brunson, BS Steel
Rangelands Archives 16 (2), 77-81, 1994
431994
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