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Anthropogenic impacts, particularly shoreline development and related nutrient runoff, threaten Maine lakes. The LakeSmart program was created in response to these threats to promote the use of lake-friendly landscaping practices. We used 237 surveys and 8 stakeholder interviews to investigate...
This study uses public opinion data from 2006 to 2014 to examine the effect of unemployment and partisan identity on attitudes towards anthropogenic climate change. Results show that while Republican partisanship and conservative ideology are strongly associated with lower reported belief in...
Field-based learning has long been a vital component of undergraduate environmental education, a practice supported by significant evidence that experiential and place-based education can enhance the quality of learning. But how have Environmental Studies and Science (ESS) programs and teachers...
A variety of studies note that who and what are published in academic journals can affect individual careers, gender and geographic biases, readership and impact of particular journals, how articles are assigned, and other issues. The Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences (JESS) is an...
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