Kelly Biedenweg
Kelly Biedenweg
Assistant Professor, Oregon State University
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A framework for environmental education strategies
MC Monroe, E Andrews, K Biedenweg
Applied Environmental Education & Communication 6 (3-4), 205-216, 2008
1512008
Making sense of human ecology mapping: an overview of approaches to integrating socio-spatial data into environmental planning
R McLain, M Poe, K Biedenweg, L Cerveny, D Besser, D Blahna
Human Ecology 41 (5), 651-665, 2013
1102013
Understanding older adults’ motivators and barriers to participating in organized programs supporting exercise behaviors
K Biedenweg, H Meischke, A Bohl, K Hammerback, B Williams, P Poe, ...
The journal of primary prevention 35 (1), 1-11, 2014
902014
The importance of teaching ethics of sustainability
K Biedenweg, MC Monroe, A Oxarart
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 2013
862013
A holistic framework for identifying human wellbeing indicators for marine policy
K Biedenweg, K Stiles, K Wellman
Marine Policy 64, 31-37, 2016
452016
How does engaging with nature relate to life satisfaction? Demonstrating the link between environment-specific social experiences and life satisfaction
K Biedenweg, RP Scott, TA Scott
Journal of Environmental Psychology 50, 112-124, 2017
422017
Graduate students and knowledge exchange with local stakeholders: possibilities and preparation
AE Duchelle, K Biedenweg, C Lucas, A Virapongse, J Radachowsky, ...
Biotropica 41 (5), 578-585, 2009
372009
When collective action and tenure allocations collide: outcomes from community forests in Quintana Roo, Mexico and PetÚn, Guatemala
J Barsimantov, A Racelis, K Biedenweg, M DiGiano
Land Use Policy 28 (1), 343-352, 2011
352011
Developing human wellbeing indicators in the Puget Sound: focusing on the watershed scale
K Biedenweg, A Hanein, K Nelson, K Stiles, K Wellman, J Horowitz, ...
Coastal Management 42 (4), 374-390, 2014
342014
Evaluation in residential environmental education: An applied literature review of intermediary outcomes
NM Ardoin, K Biedenweg, K O’Connor
Applied Environmental Education & Communication 14 (1), 43-56, 2015
292015
Foundations of environmental education
K Biedenweg, MC Monroe, DJ Wojcik
Across the spectrum: Resources for environmental educators, 9-27, 2013
292013
“The Heartbeat of Our People”: Identifying and measuring how salmon influences quinault tribal well-being
S Amberson, K Biedenweg, J James, P Christie
Society & Natural Resources 29 (12), 1389-1404, 2016
232016
Mapping meaningful places on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula: toward a deeper understanding of landscape values
LK Cerveny, K Biedenweg, R McLain
Environmental management 60 (4), 643-664, 2017
182017
The science and politics of human well-being: a case study in cocreating indicators for Puget Sound restoration
K Biedenweg, H Harguth, K Stiles
Ecology and Society 22 (3), 2017
182017
Cognitive methods and a case study for assessing shared perspectives as a result of social learning
KA Biedenweg, M Monroe
Society & Natural Resources 26 (8), 931-944, 2013
172013
Teasing apart the details: how social learning can affect collective action in the Bolivian Amazon
K Biedenweg, M Monroe
Human Ecology 41 (2), 239-253, 2013
172013
A brave new world: integrating well-being and conservation
K Biedenweg, ND Gross-Camp
Ecology and Society 23 (2), 32, 2018
142018
Mapping landscape values: issues, challenges and lessons learned from field work on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington
D Besser, RJ McLain, L Cerveny, K Biedenweg, D Banis
Environmental Practice, 2014
142014
Understanding ecosystem service preferences across residential classifications near Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington (USA)
K Williams, K Biedenweg, L Cerveny
Forests 8 (5), 157, 2017
132017
A comparative study of human well-being indicators across three Puget Sound regions
K Biedenweg
Society & Natural Resources 30 (3), 362-376, 2017
132017
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