Mark Lubell

Affiliations: 
Geography University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Area:
Geography, Environmental Justice, Environmental Management
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Garcia Figuera S, Deniston-Sheets H, Grafton-Cardwell EE, et al. (2021) Perceived vulnerability and propensity to adopt best management practices for huanglongbing disease of citrus in California. Phytopathology
Williamson MA, Dickson BG, Hooten MB, et al. (2020) Improving inferences about private land conservation by accounting for incomplete reporting. Conservation Biology : the Journal of the Society For Conservation Biology
Lubell M, Mewhirter J, Berardo R. (2020) The Origins of Conflict in Polycentric Governance Systems Public Administration Review. 80: 222-233
Cumming GS, Epstein G, Anderies JM, et al. (2020) Advancing understanding of natural resource governance: a post-Ostrom research agenda Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. 44: 26-34
Dobbin KB, Lubell M. (2019) Collaborative Governance and Environmental Justice: Disadvantaged Community Representation in California Sustainable Groundwater Management Policy Studies Journal
Berardo R, Lubell M. (2019) The Ecology of Games as a Theory of Polycentricity: Recent Advances and Future Challenges Policy Studies Journal. 47: 6-26
Lubell M, Niles MT. (2019) The limits of capacity building Nature Climate Change. 9: 578-579
Rudnick J, Niles M, Lubell M, et al. (2019) A comparative analysis of governance and leadership in agricultural development policy networks World Development. 117: 112-126
Mildenberger M, Lubell M, Hummel M. (2019) Personalized risk messaging can reduce climate concerns Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions. 55: 15-24
Hamilton ML, Lubell M. (2019) Climate change adaptation, social capital, and the performance of polycentric governance institutions Climatic Change. 152: 307-326
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