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Temporal and spatial variations in the water status of forest trees
TM Hinckley, JP Lassoie, SW Running
Forest Science 24 (suppl_1), a0001-z0001, 1978
4701978
Community participation in ecotourism benefits: The link to conservation practices and perspectives
CJ Stem, JP Lassoie, DR Lee, DD Deshler, JW Schelhas
Society &Natural Resources 16 (5), 387-413, 2003
4142003
Vulnerability of worldwide pastoralism to global changes and interdisciplinary strategies for sustainable pastoralism
S Dong, L Wen, S Liu, X Zhang, JP Lassoie, S Yi, X Li, J Li, Y Li
Ecology and society 16 (2), 2011
2512011
How'eco'is ecotourism? A comparative case study of ecotourism in Costa Rica
CJ Stem, JP Lassoie, DR Lee, DJ Deshler
Journal of sustainable tourism 11 (4), 322-347, 2003
2422003
Perils and Promise of Privately Owned Protected Areas: This article reviews the current state of knowledge regarding privately owned parks worldwide, emphasizing their current …
JA Langholz, JP Lassoie
BioScience 51 (12), 1079-1085, 2001
1512001
Farmer attitudes towards conservation in Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, Bhutan
SW Wang, JP Lassoie, PD Curtis
Environmental Conservation 33 (2), 148-156, 2006
1442006
Agroforestry in sustainable agricultural systems
LE Buck, JP Lassoie, ECM Fernandes
CRC Press, 1998
1401998
A severe drought: impact on tree growth, phenology, net photosynthetic rate and water relations
TM Hinckley, PM Dougherty, JP Lassoie, JE Roberts, RO Teskey
American Midland Naturalist, 307-316, 1979
1381979
Farmer perceptions of crop damage by wildlife in Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, Bhutan
SW Wang, PD Curtis, JP Lassoie
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (2), 359-365, 2006
1212006
Effects of low level O3 exposure on leaf diffusive conductance and water‐use efficiency in hybrid poplar
PB REICH, JP LASSOIE
Plant, Cell & Environment 7 (9), 661-668, 1984
1181984
Incentives for biological conservation: Costa Rica's private wildlife refuge program
J Langholz, J Lassoie, J Schelhas
Conservation biology 14 (6), 1735-1743, 2000
1132000
The interdependence of ecosystem and community viability: A theoretical framework to guide research and application
M Michaelidou, DJ Decker, JP Lassoie
Society & Natural Resources 15 (7), 599-616, 2002
1122002
Influence of low concentrations of ozone on growth, biomass partitioning and leaf senescence in young hybrid poplar plants
PB Reich, JP Lassoie
Environmental Pollution Series A, Ecological and Biological 39 (1), 39-51, 1985
931985
Economic considerations of privately owned parks
JA Langholz, JP Lassoie, D Lee, D Chapman
Ecological Economics 33 (2), 173-183, 2000
902000
Institutional choice and local legitimacy in community-based forest management: lessons from Cameroon
HCP BROWN, JP Lassoie
Environmental Conservation 37 (3), 261-269, 2010
872010
A framework for social impact analysis of large dams: A case study of cascading dams on the Upper-Mekong River, China
P Wang, JP Lassoie, S Dong, SJ Morreale
Journal of environmental management 117, 131-140, 2013
842013
Ecophysiological investigations of understory eastern redcedar in central Missouri
JP Lassoie, PM Dougherty, PB Reich, TM Hinckley, CM Metcalf, SJ Dina
Ecology 64 (6), 1355-1366, 1983
841983
Farmer and professional attitudes to the large-scale ban on livestock grazing of grasslands in China
SK Dong, HW Gao, GC Xu, XY Hou, RJ Long, MY Kang, JP Lassoie
Environmental Conservation 34 (3), 246-254, 2007
822007
Community Markets for Conservation (COMACO) links biodiversity conservation with sustainable improvements in livelihoods and food production
D Lewis, SD Bell, J Fay, KL Bothi, L Gatere, M Kabila, M Mukamba, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (34), 13957-13962, 2011
802011
A critical review of socioeconomic and natural factors in ecological degradation on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China
P Wang, JP Lassoie, SJ Morreale, S Dong
The Rangeland Journal 37 (1), 1-9, 2015
762015
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