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Risk Perception, Communication, and Management

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How Motivated Reasoning and Temporal Frames May Polarize Opinions about Wildlife Disease Risk 2015. Roh, S., McComas, K.A., Rickard, L.N., and Decker, D.J. Science Communication 37(3): 340-370.
The Role of One Health in Wildlife Conservation: A Challenge and Opportunity 2015. Buttke, D.E., Decker, D.J., Wild, M.A. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 51(1): 1-8.
The Welfare Impacts of Bird Damage and its Control in California Wine Grape Production 2014. A. Anderson, S.A. Shwiff, and W.F. Siemer.  Journal of Wine Economics 9(2):135-170. doi:10.1017/jwe.2014.16
Grower Perceptions of Bird Damage to New York Fruit Crops in 2011 2014. Siemer, W.F., P.C. Curtis, H. Henrichs, S. Schiff and C. Lindell. New York Fruit Quarterly 22(2):25-28.
 
Bird Damage to Select Fruit Crops: Cost of Damage in Five States 2013. A. Anderson, C. Lindell, K.M. Moxcey, W.F. Siemer, G.M. Linz, P. Curtis, J. Carroll, C. Burrows, J. Boulanger, K. Steensma, and S.A. Shwiff. Crop Protection 52 (2013): 103-109.
Perceptions of Wildlife-Associated Diseases in and Around National Parks 2010. Evensen, D.T., Decker, D.J., and Siemer, W.F. National Park Service Biological Resources Management Division Wildlife Health Team. (ed.).