Sarah C. Klain
Sarah C. Klain
Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife, Marine Reserves Program
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Why protect nature? Rethinking values and the environment
KMA Chan, P Balvanera, K Benessaiah, M Chapman, S Díaz, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 113 (6), 1462-1465, 2016
Where are Cultural and Social in Ecosystem Services? A Framework for Constructive Engagement
KMA Chan, AD Guerry, P Balvanera, S Klain, T Satterfield, X Basurto, ...
BioScience 62 (8), 744-756, 2012
Conservation social science: Understanding and integrating human dimensions to improve conservation
NJ Bennett, R Roth, SC Klain, K Chan, P Christie, DA Clark, G Cullman, ...
biological conservation 205, 93-108, 2017
Humans and nature: How knowing and experiencing nature affect well-being
R Russell, AD Guerry, P Balvanera, RK Gould, X Basurto, KMA Chan, ...
Annual review of environment and resources 38, 473-502, 2013
A social–ecological approach to conservation planning: embedding social considerations
NC Ban, M Mills, J Tam, CC Hicks, S Klain, N Stoeckl, MC Bottrill, J Levine, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (4), 194-202, 2013
Mainstreaming the social sciences in conservation
NJ Bennett, R Roth, SC Klain, KMA Chan, DA Clark, G Cullman, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (1), 56-66, 2017
Navigating coastal values: participatory mapping of ecosystem services for spatial planning
SC Klain, KMA Chan
Ecological economics 82, 104-113, 2012
Culture, intangibles and metrics in environmental management
T Satterfield, R Gregory, S Klain, M Roberts, KM Chan
Journal of environmental management 117, 103-114, 2013
The challenges of incorporating cultural ecosystem services into environmental assessment
D Satz, RK Gould, KMA Chan, A Guerry, B Norton, T Satterfield, ...
Ambio 42, 675-684, 2013
Relational values resonate broadly and differently than intrinsic or instrumental values, or the New Ecological Paradigm
SC Klain, P Olmsted, KMA Chan, T Satterfield
PloS one 12 (8), e0183962, 2017
A protocol for eliciting nonmaterial values through a cultural ecosystem services frame
RK Gould, SC Klain, NM Ardoin, T Satterfield, U Woodside, N Hannahs, ...
Conservation Biology 29 (2), 575-586, 2015
What matters and why? Ecosystem services and their bundled qualities
SC Klain, TA Satterfield, KMA Chan
Ecological Economics 107, 310-320, 2014
Ecologically sustainable but unfair?: Negotiating equity and authority in common-pool marine resource management
N Bennett, R Beveridge, S Klain
Ecology and Society, 2014
A more social science: barriers and incentives for scientists engaging in policy
GG Singh, J Tam, TD Sisk, SC Klain, ME Mach, RG Martone, KMA Chan
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (3), 161-166, 2014
Will communities “open-up” to offshore wind? Lessons learned from New England islands in the United States
SC Klain, T Satterfield, S MacDonald, N Battista, KMA Chan
Energy Research & Social Science 34, 13-26, 2017
Bird killer, industrial intruder or clean energy? Perceiving risks to ecosystem services due to an offshore wind farm
SC Klain, T Satterfield, J Sinner, JI Ellis, KMA Chan
Ecological Economics 143, 111-129, 2018
Agreements and benefits in emerging ocean sectors: Are we moving towards an equitable Blue Economy?
AM Cisneros-Montemayor, AK Ducros, NJ Bennett, LM Fusco, ...
Ocean & Coastal Management 220, 106097, 2022
Commercial fishing grounds and their relative importance off the Central Coast of California
A Scholz, C Steinback, M Mertens, K Birney, K Bonzon, C Chan, S Hamrin, ...
Report submitted to the California Marine Life Protection Act Initiative (May 4), 2006
Can ecosystem services make conservation normal and commonplace?
KMA Chan, P Olmsted, N Bennett, SC Klain, EA Williams
Conservation for the Anthropocene Ocean, 225-252, 2017
Octopus’s garden under the blade: boosting biodiversity increases willingness to pay for offshore wind in the United States
S Klain, T Satterfield, KMA Chan, K Lindberg
Energy Research & Social Science 69, 101744, 2020
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