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From incremental to transformative adaptation in individual responses to climate-exacerbated hazards
RS Wilson, A Herziger, M Hamilton, JS Brooks
Nature Climate Change 10 (3), 200-208, 2020
1582020
Social-ecological network analysis for sustainability sciences: a systematic review and innovative research agenda for the future
JS Sayles, M Mancilla Garcia, M Hamilton, SM Alexander, JA Baggio, ...
Environmental Research Letters 14 (9), 093003, 2019
1332019
Conservation program participation and adaptive rangeland decision-making
MN Lubell, BB Cutts, LM Roche, M Hamilton, JD Derner, E Kachergis, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 66 (6), 609-620, 2013
1192013
Collaborative governance of climate change adaptation across spatial and institutional scales
M Hamilton, M Lubell
Policy Studies Journal 46 (2), 222-247, 2018
982018
Collaborative governance and the challenges of network-based research
R Berardo, M Fischer, M Hamilton
The American Review of Public Administration 50 (8), 898-913, 2020
802020
A social-ecological network approach for understanding wildfire risk governance
M Hamilton, AP Fischer, A Ager
Global Environmental Change 54, 113-123, 2019
762019
Climate change adaptation, social capital, and the performance of polycentric governance institutions
ML Hamilton, M Lubell
Climatic Change 152 (3), 307-326, 2019
542019
Reimagine fire science for the anthropocene
JK Shuman, JK Balch, RT Barnes, PE Higuera, CI Roos, DW Schwilk, ...
PNAS nexus 1 (3), pgac115, 2022
412022
Behavioral adaptation to climate change in wildfire‐prone forests
M Hamilton, AP Fischer, SD Guikema, G Keppel‐Aleks
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 9 (6), e553, 2018
402018
Cross-level linkages in an ecology of climate change adaptation policy games
M Hamilton, M Lubell, E Namaganda
Ecology and Society 23 (2), 2018
362018
Evaluating heterogeneous brokerage: New conceptual and methodological approaches and their application to multi-level environmental governance networks
M Hamilton, J Hileman, Ö Bodin
Social Networks 61, 1-10, 2020
322020
Cognition of complexity and trade-offs in a wildfire-prone social-ecological system
M Hamilton, J Salerno, AP Fischer
Environmental Research Letters 14 (12), 125017, 2019
312019
Bridging collaboration gaps in fragmented environmental governance systems
M Hamilton, AP Fischer, L Jasny
Environmental Science & Policy 124, 461-470, 2021
282021
Understanding what shapes varying perceptions of the procedural fairness of transboundary environmental decision-making processes
M Hamilton
Ecology and Society 23 (4), 2018
252018
Engagement in local and collaborative wildfire risk mitigation planning across the western US—Evaluating participation and diversity in Community Wildfire Protection Plans
E Palsa, M Bauer, C Evers, M Hamilton, M Nielsen-Pincus
PLoS one 17 (2), e0263757, 2022
222022
Participant engagement in environmentally focused social network research
L Jasny, J Sayles, M Hamilton, LR Gomez, D Jacobs, C Prell, P Matous, ...
Social Networks 66, 125-138, 2021
222021
Cognitive maps reveal diverse perceptions of how prescribed fire affects forests and communities
M Hamilton, J Salerno
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 3, 75, 2020
202020
Western juniper management: assessing strategies for improving greater sage-grouse habitat and rangeland productivity
S Farzan, DJN Young, AG Dedrick, M Hamilton, EC Porse, PS Coates, ...
Environmental Management 56, 675-683, 2015
202015
Closing integrative gaps in complex environmental governance systems
HS Fried, M Hamilton, R Berardo
Ecology and Society 27 (1), 2022
182022
Soil health conceptualization differs across key stakeholder groups in the Midwest
J Wade, MA Beetstra, ML Hamilton, SW Culman, AJ Margenot
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 76 (6), 527-533, 2021
182021
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