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Reducing Toxic Exposure from Fish Consumption in Women of Childbearing Age and Urban Anglers: Results of a Two-Year Diary Study Connelly, N.A., T.B. Lauber, J. Niederdeppe, and B.A. Knuth. 2016. Reducing Toxic Exposure from Fish Consumption in Women of Childbearing Age and Urban Anglers: Results of a Two-Year Diary Study. HDRU Publ. No. 16-3. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y.
Toward shared understandings of ecosystem-based fisheries management among fishery management councils and stakeholders in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic and New England regions. 2016. Biedron, I., and B.A. Knuth. Marine Policy.  70:40-48.
 
Perspectives of New York Farmers, Aquarium Owners, and Water Gardeners on Invasive Species 2015. T. Bruce Lauber, Nancy A. Connelly, and Richard C. Stedman. HDRU Publ. Series 15-9.  Dept. of Nat. Resour., N.Y.S. Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  23 p. 
Great Lakes Anglers’ and Bait Dealers’ Influence on the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species and Fish Pathogens 2015. Connelly, N. A., T. B. Lauber, R. C. Stedman, and B. A. Knuth. Great Lakes Anglers’ and Bait Dealers’ Influence on the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species and Fish Pathogens.  Paper presented at the 145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Portland, OR, Aug. 16-21.
 
How Can More Women of Childbearing Age be Encouraged to Follow Fish Consumption Recommendations? 2014. N.A. Connelly, T.B. Lauber, J. Niederdeppe, and B.A. Knuth. Environmental Research 135: 88-94.
Reducing the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species and Fish Pathogens in the Great Lakes: The Role of Bait Dealers 2014. N.A. Connelly, T.B. Lauber, and R.C. Stedman. HDRU Publ. Series 14-8. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 41 pp.
Reducing the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species and Fish Pathogens in the Great Lakes: The Role of Anglers 2014. N.A. Connelly, T.B. Lauber, and R.C. Stedman. HDRU Publ. Series 14-7. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 36 pp.
Anglers Who Use Baitfish in New York and Their Views on Recent Regulation Changes 2014. N.A. Connelly and B.A. Knuth. HDRU Publ. Series 14-3. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 40 pp.
Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management: Perspectives of Fishery Management Councils and Stakeholders in the New England and Mid-Atlantic Regions 2014. I.S. Biedron and B.A. Knuth. HDRU Publ. Series 14-11. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 32 pp.
Anglers Who Use Baitfish in New York and Their Views on Recent Regulation Changes 2014. Connelly, N.A., and Knuth, B.A. HDRU Publication No. 14-3. Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. Agric. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, N.Y. 40 pp.
Black Bass Anglers' Experiences in New York and Their Views on Tournaments and Fisheries Management 2013. N.A. Connelly and B.A. Knuth. HDRU Publ. Series 13-3. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 31 pp.
Understanding Angler Preferences for Species and Water Bodies: Importance for New York's Future Fisheries Management 2013. Connelly, N.A., Keeler, S., and Knuth, B.A. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 18(5): 386-402.
Effect of Recall Period on Annual Freshwater Fishing Effort Estimates in New York 2011. N.A. Connelly, and T. L. Brown. Fisheries Management and Ecology 18:83-87.
Human Responses to Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia Virus in the Great Lakes: Stakeholder Characterization 2009.  T.B. Lauber, N.A. Connelly, and B.A. Knuth. HDRU Publ. Series 09-2. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 53 pp.
New York Statewide Angler Survey 2007, Report 2: Angler Characteristics, Preferences, Satisfaction, and Opinion on Management Topics 2009.  N.A. Connelly, and T.L. Brown. NYSDEC, Bureau of Fisheries, Albany, NY. 79 p. (Available from NYSDEC as pdf file at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/56020.html.)
Human Responses to Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia Virus in the Great Lakes 2009. T.B. Lauber, N.A. Connelly, and B.A. Knuth. HDRU Publ.Series 09-10. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 60 pp.
Information Needs for Lake Ontario: The Great Lakes Regional Research and Information Network Search Conferences 2008.  T.B. Lauber and T.L. Brown. HDRU Publ. Series 08-3. Dept of Nat. Resour., Coll. Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY. 61 pp.
AFS Men and Women Differ Most in their Lifestyle Choices 2006.  N.A. Connelly, T.L. Brown, and J.M. Hardiman.  Fisheries 31(10): 503-506. 
Hudson River Subsistence Angling: A Preliminary Investigation of Affected Populations and Potential Restoration Options 2005. Knuth, B.A. Internal Report to the Restoration Technical Working Group from the Subsistence Angling Subgroups. Prepared for Hudson River Natural Resource Trustees, by Industrial Economics, Inc.
Participation Rhetoric or Community-based Management Reality? Influences on Willingness to Participate in a Venezuelan Freshwater Fishery 2004.  B.A. Zanetell and B.A. Knuth.  World Development 32(5):793-807
Fostering Aquatic Stewardship: A Key for Fisheries Sustainability 2004.  B.A. Knuth and W.F. Siemer.  In D. MacDonald and E. Knudsen, eds.  Fish in our Future?  Perspectives on Fisheries Sustainability.  American Fisheries Society Symposium 43:243-255
Patterns of Sport-fish Consumption at six Pennsylvania Sites Along the Tidal Portion of the Delaware River, with Special Emphasis on Shore Anglers 2004. Faulds, A., Connelly, N., Knuth, B.A., Benowitz, J., Matassino, J., and Norton, K.P. Pennsylvania Sea Grant.
Knowledge Partnerships: Rapid Rural Appraisal's Role in Catalyzing Community-based Management in Venezuela 2002.  B.A. Zanetell and B.A. Knuth.  Soc. and Nat. Resour. 15(9):805-825. 
The Many Faces of Salmon: Implications of Stakeholder Diversity in the Great Lakes 2002.  B.A. Knuth.  Pgs. 181-194 in K.D. Lynch, M.L. Jones, and W.W. Taylor, eds.  Sustaining North American Salmon: Perspectives Across Regions and Disciplines.  American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.
An Angler Typology Based on Angler Fishing Preferences 2001.  N.A. Connelly, B.A. Knuth, and T.L. Brown.  Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 130:130-137. 
Do Anglers and Fishery Professionals Think Alike? 2000.  N.A. Connelly, T.L. Brown, and B.A. Knuth.  Fisheries 25(2):21-25.
An Exploration in to a Declining Fishery: A Deeper Look at a Natural Connection 1999.  B.A. Zanetell.  AWIS Magazine 28(1):13-18. 
New York Statewide Angler Survey 1999. Connelly, N.A., Brown, T.L., and Knuth, B.A. Report 5. Insights into the future of fishing in New York. State Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany. 16 pp. A
New York Statewide Angler Survey 1996, Report 2: Angler Preferences, Satisfaction, and Opinion on Management Issues 1998.  N.A. Connelly, T.L. Brown, and B.A. Knuth.  NYSDEC, Bureau of Fisheries,  Albany, NY.  99 pp. 
New York Statewide Angler Survey 1996, Report 3: Opinions of Bureau of Fisheries Staff and Comparisons with Anglers 1998.  N.A. Connelly, T.L. Brown, and B.A. Knuth.  NYSDEC, Bureau of Fisheries, Albany, NY.  50 pp.  (Available from NYSDEC.)
Lake Ontario Angler Satisfaction 1997.  N.A. Connelly, D. Kuehn, and T.L. Brown.  Sea Grant Fact Sheet.  SUNY College at Oswego, NY.  4 pp. 
The Stakeholder Satisfaction Triangle: A Model for Successful Management 1997.  L.A. Nielsen, B.A. Knuth, C.P. Ferreri, S.L. McMullin, R. Bruch, C. Glotfelty, W.W. Taylor, and D. A. Schenborn.  Proceedings of the Second World Fisheries Congress 2:15-21.
Fishery and Environmental Managers' Attitudes About and Support for Lake Trout Rehabilitation in the Great Lakes 1996.  B.A. Knuth, S. Lerner, N.A. Connelly, and L. Gigliotti.  J. Great Lakes Res. (Supplement 1):185-197. 
Fishery and Environmental Managers' Attitudes About and Support for Lake Trout Rehabilitation in the Great Lakes 1995. Knuth, B.A., Lerner, S., Connelly, N.A., and Gigliotti, L. Journal of Great Lakes Research 21(Supplement 1): 185-197.
Motivations and Satisfactions of Lake Ontario Boating Salmonid Anglers 1994.  W.F. Siemer and T.L. Brown.  J. Great Lakes Res. 20(2):457-470. 
Beyond the Pocketbook: Held and Intrinsic Values Associated With Wild Trout 1994.  B.A. Knuth.  Proc. Wild Trout Symp. 5: 157-150. 
Value Systems and Attitudes of Fishery and Environmental Managers Related to Lake Trout Rehabilitation 1994.  B.A. Knuth, S. Lerner, N.A. Connelly, and L.M. Gigliotti.  Research Completion Report, Great Lakes Fishery Commission.  Ann Arbor, MI.  26 p. + appendices.
Salmon Snagging Controversy: New York's Salmon River 1993.  C.P. Dawson, N.A. Connelly, and T.L. Brown.  Fisheries 18(4):6-10.
Environmental Attitudes: 20 Years of Change? 1992.  L.M. Gigliotti.  J. Environ. Educ. 24(1):15-26. 
Lake Ontario's Sport Fisheries: Socioeconomic Research Progress and Needs 1991.  T.L. Brown, B.A. Knuth, and F.C. Menz.  Can. J. Fish. and Aqua. Sci. 48(8):1595-1601. 
Fishing Motivations and Involvement of Boating Salmonid Anglers on Lake Ontario 1989.  W.F. Siemer, T.L. Brown, and D.J. Decker.  HDRU Publ. Series 89-6.  Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  88 pp.
An Exploratory Study of Lake Ontario's Boating Salmonid Anglers: Implications for Research on Fishing Involvement 1989.  W.F. Siemer, T.L. Brown, and D.J. Decker.  HDRU Publ. Series 89-4.  Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  34 pp. 
Book Review of Allison, C.J., et al. 1989. Winds of Change: Women in Northwest Commercial Fishing 1989.  B.A. Knuth.  Elsevier.  Fisheries Research 10:362-364.
Is Atlantic Salmon Restoration Worth It? 1988.  D.L. Kay, D.J. Allee, and T.L. Brown.  Pgs. 93-99 in R.H. Stroud (ed.)  Present and Future Atlantic Salmon Management.  Atlantic Salmon Federation, Ipswich, MA. 
Typology of Human Dimensions Information Needed for Great Lakes Sport-Fisheries Management 1987.  T.L. Brown.  Trans. Am. Fisheries Soc. 116(3):320-324.
The Economic Benefits of the Restoration of Atlantic Salmon to New England Rivers 1987.  D.L. Kay, T.L. Brown, and D.J. Allee.  HDRU Publ. Series 87-6.  Dept. of Nat. Resour., Coll. of Ag. and Life Sci., Cornell Univ., Ithaca, NY.  39 pp.
Motivations of New York and Virginia Marine Boat Anglers and Their Preferences for Potential Fishing Constraints 1981.  C.P. Dawson and B.T. Wilkins.  North Am. J. Fish. Manage. 1(2):151-158.