Bethany Cutts
Bethany Cutts
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City structure, obesity, and environmental justice: An integrated analysis of physical and social barriers to walkable streets and park access
BB Cutts, KJ Darby, CG Boone, A Brewis
Social science & medicine 69 (9), 1314-1322, 2009
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
Participatory geographic information systems for the co-production of science and policy in an emerging boundary organization
BB Cutts, DD White, AP Kinzig
Environmental Science & Policy 14 (8), 977-985, 2011
Increasing flexibility in rangeland management during drought
E Kachergis, JD Derner, BB Cutts, LM Roche, VT Eviner, MN Lubell, ...
Ecosphere 5 (6), 1-14, 2014
On-ranch grazing strategies: context for the rotational grazing dilemma
LM Roche, BB Cutts, JD Derner, MN Lubell, KW Tate
Rangeland Ecology & Management 68 (3), 248-256, 2015
Sustaining working rangelands: Insights from rancher decision making
LM Roche, TK Schohr, JD Derner, MN Lubell, BB Cutts, E Kachergis, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 68 (5), 383-389, 2015
Spanning boundaries in an Arizona watershed partnership: information networks as tools for entrenchment or ties for collaboration?
TA Muñoz-Erickson, BB Cutts, EK Larson, KJ Darby, M Neff, A Wutich, ...
Ecology and Society 15 (3), 2010
Structural dimensions of knowledge-action networks for sustainability
TA Muñoz-Erickson, BB Cutts
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 18, 56-64, 2016
Growing gardens in shrinking cities: A solution to the soil lead problem?
K Schwarz, BB Cutts, JK London, ML Cadenasso
Sustainability 8 (2), 141, 2016
Local government capacity to respond to environmental change: Insights from towns in New York State
LR Larson, TB Lauber, DL Kay, BB Cutts
Environmental Management 60 (1), 118-135, 2017
River continuity restoration and diadromous fishes: much more than an ecological issue
H Drouineau, C Carter, M Rambonilaza, G Beaufaron, G Bouleau, ...
Environmental management 61 (4), 671-686, 2018
Weaving community-university research and action partnerships for environmental justice
JK London, K Schwarz, ML Cadenasso, BB Cutts, C Mason Jr, J Lim, ...
Action Research 16 (2), 173-189, 2018
Community theories of change: Linking environmental justice to sustainability through stakeholder perceptions in Milwaukee (WI, USA)
K Hornik, B Cutts, A Greenlee
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (10), 979, 2016
Insights into the interactions between educational messages: Looking across multiple organizations addressing water issues in Maricopa County, Arizona
B Cutts, C Saltz, M Elser
Applied environmental education and communication 7 (1-2), 40-50, 2008
Neither knowledge deficit nor NIMBY: Understanding opposition to hydraulic fracturing as a nuanced coalition in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania (USA)
DM McLaughlin, BB Cutts
Environmental management 62 (2), 305-322, 2018
Moving dirt: soil, lead, and the dynamic spatial politics of urban gardening
BB Cutts, JK London, S Meiners, K Schwarz, ML Cadenasso
Local Environment 22 (8), 998-1018, 2017
Is a clean river fun for all? Recognizing social vulnerability in watershed planning
BB Cutts, AJ Greenlee, NK Prochaska, CV Chantrill, AB Contractor, ...
PloS one 13 (5), e0196416, 2018
Uncovering climate (in) justice with an adaptive capacity assessment: A multiple case study in rural coastal North Carolina
M Jurjonas, E Seekamp, L Rivers III, B Cutts
Land Use Policy 94, 104547, 2020
Considering the cumulative impact of educational messages. Multiple organizations address water issues in Maricopa County, Arizona
BB Cutts, C Saltz, M Elser
Applied environmental education and communication 7, 40-50, 2008
A simulation model of cultural consensus and persistent conflict
ST Shutters, BB Cutts
Proceedings of the second international conference on computational cultural …, 2008
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