Conservation Criminology at Michigan State University

Presentations

  • Carole Gibbs, January 2008
    "Corporate Environmental Crime: Research & Connections to DEQ"
    Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

  • Carole Gibbs, January 2008
    "Corporate Environmental Crime: Research & Connections to FW"
    Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, MSU

  • Riley, S. J. and Meredith Gore, March 2008
    Organized Session, "Towards better understanding of risk perception, communication, and decision-making for human dimensions of wildlife." At the Pathways to Success Conference: Increasing human capacity for human-wildlife coexistence. Estes Park, Colorado.

  • Muter, B. A., Meredith Gore, and S. J. Riley, March 2008
    "Double-crested cormorant: victim or perpetrator?" Double-Crested Cormorant Management Planning Meeting. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. March 28, 2008. East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Fenoff, R., and M. L. Gore (2009). “Police corruption and illegal logging in protected
    forest areas.” Annual American Society for Criminology Meeting. November 4-7, 2009. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  • Muter, B. A., Gore, M. L., and S. J. Riley. (2010). Birds of a feather: Influence of social networks
    on stakeholder risk perceptions associated with cormorant management in northern Lake Huron. 53rd International Association of Great Lakes Research. University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. May 17-21, 2010.

  • Muter, B. A., Gore, M. L., and S. J. Riley. (2010). Toward understanding stakeholder attitudes
    and risk perceptions associated with double-crested cormorants in northern Lake
    Huron. 4th Annual Michigan Bird Conservation Initiative Ornithological Congress.
    North Central Michigan College, Petoskey, Michigan, USA. April 7-10, 2010.

  • Muter, B. A., Gore, M. L., and S. J. Riley. (2010). Consideration of stakeholder networks
    involved in double-crested cormorant management in northern Lake Huron. 2010
    Great Lakes DCCO Management Working Group Meeting. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA. March 2-4, 2010.

  • Smith, A. Gore, M. L., Nelson, M. P., and M. A. Clarke. (2010). Moral arguments and attitudes
    toward genetically rescuing wolves on Isle Royale, Michigan, USA. International Association for Antrozoology. June 30, 2010. Stockholm, Sweden.

  • Muter, B. A., Gore, M. L. and S. J. Riley (2010). Birds of a feather: influence of social networks
    on stakeholder perceptions of risk associated with cormorant management in Northern Lake Huron. Great Lakes Research Conference. June 2010. Toronto, Canada.

  • Gore, M. L., Gibbs, C., McGarrell E., and L. Rivers. (2008). “Introducing conservation
    criminology: toward interdisciplinary scholarship on environmental risks.” Pathways to Success Human Dimensions of Fisheries and Wildlife Management Conference, September 28, 2008. Estes Park, CO.

  • Clark, M. A., Smith, A. M., Gore, M. L. and M. P. Nelson. (2010). Should the wolves of Isle
    Royale be genetically rescued? Factors influencing public support for intervention?
    Annual International Association for Society and Natural Resources. June 2010. Corpus Christi, Texas.

  • Gore, M. L., Lapinski, M.K., Neuberger, L., Van Der Heide, B., and B. A. Muter. (2009).
    “Surfing the web, diving with sharks: conservation implications of seeking internet-based risk information about shark diving. Annual Society for Conservation Biology Meeting.” July 11-15, 2009. Beijing, China.