Barbara Knuth
Barbara Knuth
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TitleCited byYear
Global assessment of organic contaminants in farmed salmon
RA Hites, JA Foran, DO Carpenter, MC Hamilton, BA Knuth, SJ Schwager
Science 303 (5655), 226-229, 2004
10272004
Global assessment of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in farmed and wild salmon
RA Hites, JA Foran, SJ Schwager, BA Knuth, MC Hamilton, DO Carpenter
Environmental Science & Technology 38 (19), 4945-4949, 2004
3432004
Risk-based consumption advice for farmed Atlantic and wild Pacific salmon contaminated with dioxins and dioxin-like compounds
JA Foran, DO Carpenter, MC Hamilton, BA Knuth, SJ Schwager
Environmental health perspectives 113 (5), 552-556, 2005
1852005
Economic impacts of zebra mussels on drinking water treatment and electric power generation facilities
NA Connelly, CR O’Neill, BA Knuth, TL Brown
Environmental management 40 (1), 105-112, 2007
1812007
From clients to stakeholders: a philosophical shift for fish and wildlife management
DJ Decker, CC Krueger, RA Baer Jr, BA Knuth, ME Richmond
Taylor & Francis Group 1 (1), 70-82, 1996
1671996
Lipid composition and contaminants in farmed and wild salmon
MC Hamilton, RA Hites, SJ Schwager, JA Foran, BA Knuth, DO Carpenter
Environmental science & technology 39 (22), 8622-8629, 2005
1422005
Social networks and community-based natural resource management
TB Lauber, DJ Decker, BA Knuth
Environmental management 42 (4), 677-687, 2008
1312008
Quantitative analysis of the benefits and risks of consuming farmed and wild salmon
JA Foran, DH Good, DO Carpenter, MC Hamilton, BA Knuth, SJ Schwager
The Journal of nutrition 135 (11), 2639-2643, 2005
1312005
Evaluating risk communication: Examining target audience perceptions about four presentation formats for fish consumption health advisory information
NA Connelly, BA Knuth
Risk analysis 18 (5), 649-659, 1998
1251998
Preferences of suburban landowners for deer management techniques: a step towards better communication
RJ Stout
Wildlife Society Bulletin 25, 348-359, 1997
1101997
Education programs for reducing American black bear–human conflict: indicators of success?
ML Gore, BA Knuth, PD Curtis, JE Shanahan
Ursus 17 (1), 75-80, 2006
1072006
Perceptions of risk from deer-related vehicle accidents: implications for public preferences for deer herd size
RJ Stout, RC Stedman, DJ Decker, BA Knuth
Wildlife Society Bulletin (1973-2006) 21 (3), 237-249, 1993
1061993
Participation rhetoric or community-based management reality? Influences on willingness to participate in a Venezuelan freshwater fishery
BA Zanetell, BA Knuth
World development 32 (5), 793-807, 2004
1022004
Weighing health benefit and health risk information when consuming sport‐caught fish
BA Knuth, N A. Connelly, J Sheeshka, J Patterson
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 23 (6), 1185-1197, 2003
972003
Success of citizen advisory committees in consensus‐based water resources planning in the Great Lakes Basin
BK Landre, BA Knuth
Society & Natural Resources 6 (3), 229-257, 1993
911993
Evaluating a conservation investment designed to reduce human–wildlife conflict
ML Gore, BA Knuth, CW Scherer, PD Curtis
Conservation Letters 1 (3), 136-145, 2008
782008
Stakeholder perceptions of risk associated with human‐black bear conflicts in New York's Adirondack Park campgrounds: implications for theory and practice
ML Gore, BA Knuth, PD Curtis, JE Shanahan
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (1), 36-43, 2006
772006
Housing density as an indicator of spatial patterns of reported human–wildlife interactions in Northern New York
HE Kretser, PJ Sullivan, BA Knuth
Landscape and Urban Planning 84 (3-4), 282-292, 2008
742008
New York statewide angler survey, 1996
NA Connelly, TL Brown, BA Knuth
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Division of Fish …, 1997
731997
Communicating contaminant risks from sport‐caught fish: The importance of target audience assessment
CM Velicer, BA Knuth
Risk Analysis 14 (5), 833-841, 1994
701994
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