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Dr. Shorna Broussard Allred

Department of Natural Resources

Cornell University, USA

Associate Professor


Email: srb237@cornell.edu

Qualifications

1997  M.Sc., Pennsylvania State University, USA

1994  B.Sc., Pennsylvania State University, USA


Publications (Selected)

  1. Broussard Allred, S., Michler, C., and C. Lamprecht. (In Press). Midwest Logging Firm Perspectives: Harvesting on Increasingly Parcelized Forestlands. International Journal of Forestry Research. [Accepted 8-10-11]
  2. Broussard Allred, S., Goff, G., Wetzel, L. and M. Luo. (In Press). Evaluating Peer Impacts of the Master Forest Owner Volunteer Program in New York. Journal of Extension. [Accepted 12-20-2010]
  3. Broussard Allred, S.B. and A.L. Ross-Davis. (In Press). The Drop-off Pick-up Method: An Approach to Reduce Nonresponse Bias in Surveys. Small-scale Forestry. [Accepted 10-31-2010]
  4. Floress, K., Prokopy, L. and S. Broussard Allred. (In Press). It’s Who You Know: Social Capital, Social Networks, and Watershed Group Processes. Society and Natural Resources. [Accepted 8-12-2009]
  5. Cheng, A.S., Danks, C. and S. Broussard Allred.2011. The role of learning in changing forest governance: an examination of community-based forestry initiatives in the U.S. Forest Policy and Economics,13(2011): 89-96.
  6. Prokopy, L., Gocmen, A., Gao, J., Broussard Allred, S.,Bonnell, J., Genskow, K., Molloy, A. and R. Power. 2011. A Method for Using Paired Watersheds to Test the Efficacy of NPS Education and Outreach Programs. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 47(1): 196-202.
  7. Moskell, C., Broussard Allred, S., and G. Ferenz. 2011. Examining motivations and strategies for engagement in urban forestry. Cities and the Environment, 3(1): Article 9.
  8. Broussard Allred, S. and P.J. Smallidge. 2010. An Educational Evaluation of Web-Based Forestry Education. Journal of Extension, 48(6), Article 6FEA2.
  9. D. L. Osmond, N. M. Nadkarni, C.T. Driscoll, E. Andrews, A.J. Gold, S. Broussard Allred, A.R. Berkowitz, M.W. Klemens, T. L. Loecke, M. A. McGarry, K. Schwarz, M. L. Washington and P.M. Groffman.2010. Interface organizations: Connecting the scientist to audiences engaged in environmental controversies. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment, 6(8): 306-313.
  10. Broussard Allred, S.2009.Logging Firm Succession and Retention. Forest Products Journal, 59(6): 31-36.
  11. Prokopy, L.S., Genskow, K., Asher, J., Baumgart-Getz, A., Bonnell, J.E., Broussard, S.R., Curtis, C., Floress, K., McDermaid, K., Power, R., and D. Wood. 2009. Designing a Regional System of Social Indicators to Evaluate Nonpoint Source Water Projects. Journal of Extension, 47(2) Article Number 2FEA1. Available at: http://www.joe.org/joe/2009april/a1.php
  12. Broussard, S.R. and B. Whitaker. 2009. The Magna Charta of Environmental Legislation: A Historical Look at 30 Years of NEPA-Forest Service Litigation. Forest Policy and Economics, 11(2): 148-154.
  13. Broussard, S.R., Ottombre-Washington, C., and B.K Miller. 2008. Attitudes toward policies to protect open space: A comparative study of government planning officials and the general public.Landscape and Urban Planning, 86(1): 14-24.
  14. Janota, J.J. andS.R. Broussard.2008. Examining Private Forest Policy Preferences. Forest Policy and Economics, 10(3): 89-97.
  15. Ross-Davis A.L., and S.R. Broussard. 2007. A Typology of Family Forest Owners in North-Central Indiana. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry, 24(4): 282-289.
  16. Broussard, S.R., LaLopa, M., and A. Ross-Davis. 2007. Synergistic Knowledge Development in Interdisciplinary Teams. Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education, 36: 129-133.
  17. Broussard, S.R. and J.C. Bliss. 2007. Institutional Commitment to Sustainability: An Evaluation of Natural Resource Extension Programs in Universities in Alabama and Oregon. International Journal of Sustainability Higher Education, 8(3): 272-284.
  18. Schaaf, K. A. and S.R. Broussard. 2006. Private Forest Policy Tools: A National Survey Exploring the American Public's Perceptions and Support. Forest Policy and Economics, 9(4): 316-334.
  19. Schaaf, K.A., A. L. Ross-Davis and S. R. Broussard. 2006. Exploring the Dimensionality and Social Bases of the Public’s Attitudes toward Forest Management. Landscape and Urban Planning, 78(1/2): 135-146.
  20. Frimpong, E.A., Ross-Davis, A.L., Lee, J.G., and S.R. Broussard. 2006. Biophysical and Socioeconomic Factors Explaining the Extent of Forest Cover on Private Ownerships in a Midwest (USA) Agrarian Landscape. Landscape Ecology, (21): 763-776.
  21. Ross-Davis, A.L., Broussard, S.R., Jacobs, D., and A. Davis. 2005. Afforestation Behavior of Private Landowners: An Examination of Hardwood Tree Plantings in Indiana. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry, 22(3): 149-153.
  22. Simon-Brown, V., Withrow-Robinson, B., Engle, M., Reed, A.S., and S. Broussard. 2003. Art as Catalyst for Conversation. Women in Natural Resources, 24(1): 25-30.
  23. Withrow-Robinson, B., Broussard, S.R., Simon-Brown, V., M. Engle, and A.S. Reed. 2002. Seeing the Forest, Art about Forests & Forestry. Journal of Forestry, 100(8): 8-14.
  24. Broussard, S. R., S. B. Jones, L. A. Nielsen, and C. A. Flanagan. 2001.  Forest Stewardship Education with Urban Youth. Journal of Forestry, 99(1): 37-42.
  25. Broussard, S.R. and S.B. Jones. 2001. Extension, Communities, and Schools: Results of a Collaborative Forestry Education Project in Philadelphia. Journal of Extension, 39(3). http://www.joe.org/joe/2001june/a5.html.