Wildlife and Recreation (BIO 4304/5304)
Human Dimensions of Wildlife (BIO 4331/5331/7331)
Wildlife governance and policy, human behavior and decision-making
Serenari, C., & Schlechte, W. (In Press). Fish and wildlife agency transformation to meet the demands of a changing world. In Angler recruitment, retention, and reactivation: Influencing the future of fisheries and aquatic conservation. Bethesda, MD: American Fisheries Society.
Serenari, C., & Rubino, E. (In Press). Legitimacy and wildlife disease: Should chronic wasting disease be managed without government? Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy.
Messick, J., Serenari, C., & Rubino, E. 2021. Determinants of endangered species conservation on private lands: A review of the literature. Society and Natural Resources, 34(7), 980-998.
Rubino, E. C., & Serenari, C. (2022). Landowner perceptions of and preferences for chronic wasting disease management. Environmental Challenges, 8, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envc.2022.100582.
Serenari, C., Cobb, D.T., & Peroff, D. 2018. Using policy goals to evaluate large carnivore reintroduction: The case of the Red Wolf Recovery Program in North Carolina. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 23, 359-374.
Serenari, C. & Lute, M. L. 2020. Delegitimizing wolf recovery through discourse. Society and Natural Resources. https://doi.org/10.1080/08941920.2020.1727593
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