Associate Professor, Human Dimensions
BS, University of New Mexico, 1991, Economics & Political Science
MS, Colorado State University, 1996, Agricultural and Resource Economics
PhD, University of Idaho, 2007, Conservation Social Sciences (NSF IGERT Fellow)
- Linked social and ecological systems
- Recreation, environmental services and conservation incentive programs
- Landowner decision-making, rural livelihoods and the process of interdisciplinary research
- Research interests are for the US and Latin America
- Cox, C., W. Morse, C. Anderson and L. Marzen. 2014. Using public participation geographic information systems
to identify places of watershed service provisioning. Journal of the American Water Resources Association
- Cox, C., W. Morse, L. Marzen and C. Anderson. 2014. Applying public participation geographic information systems
to wildlife management. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 19:200-214.
- Lowery, D., W.C. Morse and T. Steury. 2014. Exploring Saturation of themes and spatial locations in a qualitative
PPGIS study. Society and Natural Resources. 0:1-15.
- Lupoli, C., W.C. Morse, C. Bailey and J. Schelhas. 2014. Assessing the impacts of international volunteer tourism
in host communities: A new approach to organizing and prioritizing indicators. Journal of Sustainable Tourism.
- Stern, M.J., C.A. Martin, S.A. Predmore and W.C. Morse. 2014. Risk tradeoffs in adaptive ecosystem management:
The case of the U.S. Forest Service. Environmental Management, 53(6):1095-1108.
- Stern, M., C.A. Marin, S.A. Predmore and W.C. Morse. 2014. Risk tradeoffs in natural resource planning: the case
of the U.S. Forest Service. Environmental Management, 53(6):1095-1108.
- Stern, M. J., S.A. Predmore, W.C. Morse and D.N. Seeholtz. 2014. Project risk in the US Forest Service: Factors
predicting appeals of environmental assessments and their outcomes. Environmental Impact Assessment Review.
- Morse, W. C. 2013. Integration of frameworks, theories and models across disciplines for effective Cross-disciplinary
communications. In: Enhancing Interdisciplinary Communication. Eds. Stephen Crowley, Sanford Eigenbrode,
Michael O'Rourke, and J. D. Wulfhorst. Sage Publications.
- Morse, W. C. 2013. Changing stakeholders and the planning process. In: Urban-Rural Interfaces: Linking People
and Nature. Eds. David Laband, Lockaby, B. G., Zipperer, W. C. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI.
- Lowery, D., and W. C. Morse. 2013. A Qualitative method for collecting spatial data on important places for recreation,
livelihoods and ecological meanings: integrating focus groups with public participation geographic information
systems. Society and Natural Resources. 26:1422-1437.
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