- “A Comprehensive Approach for Habitat Restoration in the Columbia Basin” Bruce Rieman (first author), Courtland L. Smith, R. J. Naiman, G. T. Ruggerone, C. C, Wood, N. Huntley, E. N. Merrill, J. R. Alldredge, P. A. Bisson, J. Congleton, K. D. Fausch, R. Lamberson, C. Levings, W. Pearcy, D. Scarnecchia, and P. Smouse. FISHERIES 40(2):124-135.
- “Salmon Abundance and Diversity in Oregon: Are We Making Progress?” Oregon Sea Grant, ORESU-S-14-002, Corvallis, 16 p.
- “Insights On Adaptive Capacity: Three Indigenous Pacific Northwest Historical Narratives” Benjamin J. Colombi (first author). JOURNAL OF NORTHWEST ANTHROPOLOGY 48(2):189-201.
- “Adaptive Capacity as Cultural Practice” Colombi, B. J. and C. L. Smith. ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY 17(4):13.
- “Introduction: Culturing Capture Fisheries: Lessons from Salmon Culturing and Cultures” Chapter 1 in Keystone Nations: Indigenous Peoples and Salmon Across the North Pacific. Benedict J. Colombi and James F. Brooks, editors, School for Advanced Research Press.
- Using a Comprehensive Landscape Approach for More Effective Conservation and Restoration, with J. Richard Alldredge et al., Independent Scientific Advisory Board, Northwest Power and Conservation Council, ISAB 2011-4.
- “Measuring Subjective and Objective Well-Being: Analyses from Five Marine Commercial Fisheries” with Patricia M. Clay. HUMAN ORGANIZATION 69(2):158-168.
- “Trust: The Critical Element for Successful Watershed Management” Rebecca L. Flitcroft, Dana C. Dedrick, Courtland L. Smith, Cynthia A. Thieman and John P. Bolte. ECOLOGY and SOCIETY 15(3): r3.
- “Comparative Resilience in Five North Pacific Regional Salmon Fisheries” Xanthippe Augerot and Courtland Smith, ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY 15(2):3. Revised and reprinted in Pathways to Resilience: Sustaining Salmon Ecosystems in a Changing World. Corvallis, Oregon Sea Grant, 2011.
- “Pathways to Resilience: Sustaining Salmon Ecosystems in a Changing Worldsystem” Daniel Bottom, Kim Jones, Charles Simenstad, and Courtland Smith, editors. ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY SPECIAL FEATURE 34. Reprinted as Pathways to Resilience: Sustaining Salmon Ecosystems in a Changing World Corvallis, Oregon Sea Grant, 2011.
- “Social Infrastructure to Integrate Science and Practice: the Experience of the Long Tom Watershed Council” Rebecca L. Flitcroft, Dana C. Dedrick, Courtland L. Smith, Cynthia A. Thieman and John P. Bolte. ECOLOGY and SOCIETY 14 (2):36.
- “Reconnecting Social and Ecological Resilience in Salmon Ecosystems” Daniel Bottom, Kim Jones, Charles Simenstad, and Courtland Smith. ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY 14(1):5.
- “Policy Research Using Agent-Based Modeling to Assess Future Impacts of Urban Expansion into Farmlands and Forests” Michael R. Guzy, Courtland L. Smith, John P. Bolte, David W. Hulse and Stanley V. Gregory. ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY 13 (1): 37.
Policy research using agent-based modeling of forest and farmland change over 50 years ( Guzy et al. 2008).
Left figure shows 2000 conditions at the junction of the McKenzie and Willamette rivers north of the Eugene-Springfield metropolital area (red).
Right figure shows the impacts of conservation programs designed to protect fish and aquatic resources by increasing the growth of forest (green) in 2050. The cost is less farmland (brown).
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- “Modeling Biocomplexity – Actors, Landscapes and Alternative Futures” John P. Bolte, David W. Hulse, Stanley V. Gregory, and Court Smith, ENVIRONMENTAL MODELLING AND SOFTWARE 22(5):570-579.
- “Toward a Model for Fisheries Social Impact Assessment” Richard Pollnac, Susan Abbott-Jamieson, Courtland Smith, Marc L. Miller, Patricia M. Clay, and Bryan Oles, MARINE FISHERIES REVIEW 68:1-18.
- “Public Ocean Literacy in the United States” Brent Steel, Court Smith, Laura Opsommer, Sarah Curiel, Ryan Warner-Steel, OCEAN & COASTAL MANAGEMENT 48(2):97-114.
- “Influences on Residential Yard Care and Water Quality: Tualatin Watershed, Oregon” Lisa Nielson and Courtland L. Smith, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION 41(1):93-106.
- “An Emic Approach to Distinguishing Facts from Values” APPLIED ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND COMMUNICATION 4(4):353-361.
- “Institutional Mapping of Oregon Coastal Watershed Management Options” OCEAN & COASTAL MANAGEMENT 45(6-7):357-375.
- “Assets for Moving from Assessment to Action in Watershed Restoration” with Jennifer Gilden, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION, 38(3):653-662.
- “Development and Evaluation of Multiple Objective Decision-Making Methods for Watershed Management Planning” France Lamy, John Bolte, Mary Santelmann, and Courtland L. Smith, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION 38(2):517-530.
- “Complex Courses from Conflict to Action: A Riparian Management Case” with Jennifer Gilden and David Primozich, Oregon Sea Grant ORESU-S-02-001, Corvallis, OR, 16 p.
- “Human and Habitat Needs in Disaster Relief for Pacific Northwest Salmon Fisheries” with Jennifer D. Gilden, FISHERIES 25(3):6-14.
- “Courses to the 1994 Pacific Northwest Coho Salmon Closure” with Joseph Cone, Jennifer Gilden, and Brent Steel, in “Change and Resilience in Fishing” Susan Hanna and Madeleine Hall Arber, eds., pp. 111-124.
- “Oregon’s Changing Coastal Fishing Communities” Jennifer Gilder (first author), Oregon Sea Grant, ORESU-O-99-001, Corvallis, OR, 82 p.
- “Sailing the Shoals of Adaptive Management: The Case of Salmon in the Pacific Northwest” with Jennifer D. Gilden, Brent S. Steel, and Karina Mrakovcich. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 17(7-8):671-681.
- “Contrasting Views of Coastal Residents and Coastal Coho Restoration Planners,” with Jennifer D. Gilden, Joseph S. Cone, and Brent S. Steel, FISHERIES 22(12):8- 15.
- “Oregon Coastal Salmon Restoration: Views of Coastal Residents” with Jennifer D. Gilden, Joseph S. Cone, and Brent S. Steel, Oregon State University Sea Grant Program. ORESU-S-97-001, 16 p.
- “Values in Valuing Salmon” with Brent S. Steel, in Pacific Salmon and Their Ecosystems: Status and Future Options, Deanna J. Stouder, Peter A. Bisson, and Robert J. Naiman, eds., Chapman and Hall Publishers, pp. 599-616.
- “Resource Management: Can It Sustain Pacific Northwest Fishery and Forest Systems?” with Alexey Voinov, ECOSYSTEM HEALTH, 2(2):145-158.
- “Hatcheries: An Artificial Solution,” “The Scramble to Regulate Fisheries,” “What Happens When the Public Manages Technology?” “A Fisher’s Campaign for Conservation,” “Does Planning Help?” “Should Ecology Restrain the Economy,” and “What Have Northwest Residents Learned?” in “The Northwest Salmon Crisis: A Documentary History, 1854-1994” Salmon Documentary History, Joseph Cone and Sandy Ridlington, editors, Oregon State University Press, pp. 51-59, 75-85, 89-94, 140-147, 161-172, 241-250, and 324-331.
- “Survey of Oregon Troll Permit Owners: Summary of Results” with Jennifer Gilden (first author), Oregon State University Sea Grant Program, ORESU-T-96-002, 16 p.
- “Survey of Gillnetters in Oregon and Washington: Summary of Results” with Jennifer Gilden (first author), Oregon State University Sea Grant Program, ORESU-T-96-001, 12 p.
- “Core-Periphery Relationships of Resource-Based Communities” with Brent S. Steel, JOURNAL OF THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY 26(1):
- “Assessing the Limits to Growth” BIOSCIENCE 45(7):478-483.
- “Making Forest Policy: Integrating GIS with Social Processes” with Brent S. Steel, Peter C. List, and Sheila Cordray, JOURNAL OF FORESTRY 93(5):31-36.
The world mapped for 1990 with regions and nations showing the relative size of their area (top) and gross domestic product (GDP, bottom). North America, Europe, and Japan are small in area but large in GDP. Africa and South America are large in area but small in GDP.
- “Connecting Biological and Cultural Diversity in Restoring Northwest Salmon” FISHERIES, 19(2):20-26.
- “It’s the Organization . . .” ILLAHEE 10(4):304-308.
- “Occupation and Community as Determinants of Fishing Behaviors” with Susan S. Hanna, HUMAN ORGANIZATION 52(3):299-303.
- “Attitudes of Trawl Vessel Captains About Work, Resource Use and Fishery Management” with Susan S. Hanna (first author), NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT 13(2):367-375.
- “Resolving Allocation Conflicts in Fishery Management” with Susan S. Hanna (first author), SOCIETY AND NATURAL RESOURCES 6(1):55-69.
- “ABO Phenotype and Morphology” with Kenneth L. Beals (first author), CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 33(2):221-224.
- “Oregon Must Remain Environmental Leader,” THE REGISTER-GUARD, July 10, 1992. p. 15A.
- “Measures and Meaning in Comparisons of Wealth Equality” SOCIAL INDICATORS RESEARCH 24:367-392.
- “Patterns of Wealth Concentration” HUMAN ORGANIZATION 50(1):50-60.
- “Income Figures Show No Gains for Blacks” NEW YORK TIMES, October 3, 1991:A18; and “Blacks’ Incomes Falling Relative to Whites’ Incomes” OREGONIAN, September 26, 1991:C6. Reprinted in Reasoning and Writing, Kathleen Moore, Macmillan (1992).
- “Looking Beyond the Tax Revolt: The Buck Stops…Where?” OREGON PEACEWORKER, May 1991:5.
- “Measuring Fleet Capacity and Capacity Utilization” with Susan S. Hanna, CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES 47(11):2085- 2091.
- “Resource Scarcity and Inequality in the Distribution of Catch” NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT 10(3):269-278.
- “Cultural Correlates with Cranial Capacity” with Kenneth L. Beals, AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 92(1):52-59.
- “Income and Wealth Can’t Be Taxed Equitably” OREGONIAN, February 22, 1990:B8.
- “Humanistic Anthropology” acrostic, ANTHROPOLOGY AND HUMANISM QUARTERLY 14(4):Cover.
- “Minimum Wage Goal Should Be Equity,” OREGONIAN, April 12, 1989:C9.
- “Conservation and Allocation Decisions in Fishery Management, in Salmon Production, Management, and Allocation: Biological, Economic, and Policy Issues” William J. McNeil, editor, Oregon State University Press, pp. 131-138.
- “HOMPLOT: Anthropometric Data Bases,” with Kenneth L. Beals (first author) and Stephen M. Dodd, WORLD CULTURES 3(3).
- “Specialist and Generalist Roles for Coping with Variability” with Robert McKelvey, NORTH AMERICAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES MANAGEMENT 6(1):88-99. One of five finalists for the 1987 best paper award.
- “The Life Cycle of Fisheries” FISHERIES 11(4):20-25.
- “Two-Bits on Computer-Aided Learning in Anthropology” ANTHROPOLOGY AND EDUCATION, 16(4):311-17. “Salmon on a Fly,” SALMON TROUT STEELHEADER 19(2):6-7.
- “Brain Size, Cranial Morphology, Climate, and Time Machines,” with Kenneth L. Beals (first author) and Stephen M. Dodd, CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 25(2):301-330.
- “Evolution of the Pacific Canned Salmon Fishery” in The Fishing Culture of the World: Studies in Ethnology, Cultural Ecology and Folklore, Bela Gunda, ed., Akademiai Kiado, pp. 951-965.
- “Analysis of Logbooks for Recurrent Multi-Species Effort Strategies” with Albert V. Tyler (first author) and Eric L. Beals. in Symposium on Determining Effective Effort and Calculating Yield in Ground Fisheries, and on Pacific Cod Biology and Population Dynamics. INTERNATIONAL NORTH PACIFIC FISHERIES COMMISSION BULLETIN NO. 42:39-46.
The world mapped according to the distribution of cranial capacity. Average head size increases with colder climates. Yellow and orange show average cranial capacities less than 1300 cubic centimeters for indigenous populations prior to extensive contact. Colors grade to light blue, where population averages are over 1450 cc.
- “Growth in Population and Energy Consumption: More Than a Matter of Interest” TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY 2(2):9-11,29.
- “Evaluating Human Factors” in Fisheries Techniques Manual, David Johnson and Larry Nielsen, eds. American Fisheries Society, pp. 431-445.
- “Fishing Peoples” with William Q. Wick, in Man in the Marine Environment, Robert A. Ragotzkie, ed. CRC Press, Inc. pp. 21-44.
- “Climate and the Evolution of Brachycephalization” with Kenneth L. Beals (first author) and Stephen M. Dodd, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 62(4):425-437.
- “Human Behavior Incorporation into Ecological Computer Simulation” with Jeffrey M. Stander and Albert V. Tyler, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 6(3):251-260.
- “Human Interaction with Computer Simulation: Sex Roles and Group Size” with Jeffrey M. Stander, SIMULATION AND GAMES 12(3):345-360.
- “Satisfaction Bonus from Salmon Fishing: Implications for Economic Evaluation” LAND ECONOMICS 57(2):181-194.
- “Community Wealth Concentration: Comparisons in General Evolution and Development,” ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL CHANGE 28(4):801-818.
- “Attitudes About the Value of Steelhead and Salmon Angling” TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN FISHERIES SOCIETY 109:272-281.
- “Management Provoked Conflict in Fisheries,” ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT 4(1):7-11.
- “Salmon Fishers of the Columbia” Corvallis, Oregon State University Press. 117 pp.
- “Intracultural Variation: Decline and Diversity in North Pacific Fisheries” HUMAN ORGANIZATION, 35(1):55-64
- “Response to Thompson and Crandall” HUMAN ORGANIZATION, 37(1):103-106.
- “Observed and Perceived Impacts of Distant Water Fishing: Oregon Otter Trawl Case” MARINE FISHERIES REVIEW, 37(4):13-15.
- “Transfer of Cultural Values; Problems for Arid Areas” in Urbanization of Arid Lands, Carle O. Hodge and Carl N. Hodges, eds., Lubbock, International Center for Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Studies Technological College, pp. 77-94.
- “Contrasts in Community Action and Opinion” WATER RESOURCES BULLETIN 10(5):877-883.
- “Self-Interest Groups and Human Emotion as Adaptive Mechanisms” in Water and the Community, Donald R. Field, James C. Baron, and Burl F. Long, eds., Ann Arbor Science Publishers, Inc., pp. 151-68.
- “Fishing Success in a Regulated Commons” OCEAN DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL LAW 1(4):369-81.
- “Differential Reproduction as a Criterion for Evaluating Development Decisions” HUMAN ORGANIZATION 32(2):177-83.
- “The Salt River Project: A Case Study of Cultural Adaptation to an Urbanizing Community” Tucson, The University of Arizona Press. 151 p. Selected as a significant Arizona reference.
- “Cultural Aspects of Water Resource Development; Past, Present and Future” with Thomas C. Hogg, WATER RESOURCES BULLETIN, 7(4): 652-60. Reprinted in IMPACT OF WATER RESOURCES 1(5):19-27 (1973).
- “Economic Development; Panacea or Perplexity for Rural Areas” with Thomas C. Hogg and Michael J. Reagan, RURAL SOCIOLOGY 36(2):173-86.
- “Benefits and Beneficiaries; Contrasting Economic and Cultural Distinctions” with Thomas C. Hogg, WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH 7(2):254-63.
- “Water and Culture; New Decision Rules for Old Institutions” with Harland Padfield (first author), ROCKY MOUNTAIN SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL 5(2):23-32.