William L. Allen, III

Journal of Conservation Planning (2005-2017)

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Co-Editor in Chief and Managing Editor: Will Allen

Co-Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Paul Zwick

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2017 Vol 13 #1. Spontak, Hoctor. A multi-faceted approach to corridor planning for the Florida black bear and Florida panther, USA

2017 Vol 13 #2. Tingstad, Lempert, Moskwik, Warren, Parmesan, Mearns, McGinnis, Ryu. Demonstrating a robust decision making (RDM) based approach to conservation decision-making under uncertain future climate: Pilot study using the northern pygmy salamander (Desmognathus organi)

2017 Vol 13 #3. Jacobs, Tong. An approach for rapid change detection of semi-arid riparian habitat using color-infrared aerial photography for habitat assessment of the southwestern willow flycatcher: A case study in Mesquite, Nevada, USA

2016 Vol 12 Switalski. Snowmobile Best Management Practices for Forest Service Travel Planning: A Comprehensive Literature Review and Recommendations for Management-> #1. Introduction to Snowmobile Management and Policy

#2. Winter Recreational Use Conflict

#3. Wildlife

#4. Water Quality, Soils, and Vegetation

2016 Vol 12 #5. Germain, Pinkoski, Bevilacqua. Parcelization and Land Use Change in the Rural Residential Lanscape of the Catskill Region in New York State

2015 Vol 11 #1. LeDee, Ribic. Determining Climate Change Management Priorities: A Case Study from Wisconsin

2015 Vol 11, #2. Rohweder, Vacek, Crimmins, Thogmartin. A Case Study of Assigning Conservation Value to Dispersed Habitat Units for Conservation Planning

2015 Vol 11 #3. Lee, Fei. Central Appalachian Interior Forest Change from 2001 to 2011 for Kentucky

2014 Vol 10 #1 Gerber, Anadon, D'Agrosa, Gondor. Conservation prioritization to conservation action in the Gulf of California, Mexico

2014 Vol 10 #2. Pearse, Stafford. Error propagation in energetic carrying capacity models

2014 Vol 10 #3. Wiest, Shriver, Messer. Incorporating climate change with conservation planning: a case study for tidal marsh bird conservation in Delaware, USA

2014 Vol 10 #4. Allen. A Green infrastructure framework for vacant and underutilized urban lands

2013 Vol 9 #1. Crist; Madden; Hittle; Walker; Allen; Eslinger. Supporting cross-sector, cross-domain planning through interoperating toolkits

2013 Vol 9 #2. Haak, Williams. Using native trout restoration to jumpstart freshwater conservation planning in the Interior West

2013 Vol 9 #3. Weber, Sparks. Summer habitat identification of an endangered bat, Myotis sodalis, across its eastern range of the USA

2012 Vol 8 #1. Surasinghe, Couter, Baldwin, Johnson. Use of threat-analysis to assess the effects of land development on biodiversity in a Blue Ridge-Piedmont landscape

2012 Vol 8 #2. Switalski, Jones. Off-road vehicle best management practices for forestlands: A review of scientific literature and guidance for managers

2012 Vol 8 #3. Nackoney, Williams. Conservation prioritization and planning with limited wildlife data in a Congo Basin forest landscape: Assessing human threats and vulnerability to land use change

2012 Vol 8 #4. Fandino-Lozano, van Wyngaarden. FOCALIZE: A decision support system to integrate reserve selection and land use planning through the use of complementary and supplementary criteria

2011 Vol 7 #1. Thogmartin, Potter, Soulliere. Bridging the conservation design and delivery gap for wetland bird habitat maintenance and restoration in the Midwestern USA

2011 Vol 7 #2. Weber, Schwartz. Maximum entropy habitat modeling of four endangered mussels in the Ohio River basin, USA

2011 Vol 7 #3. Colbert, Baldwin, Thiet. A developer-initiated conservation plan for pool-breeding amphibians in Maine, USA: A case study

2011 Vol 7 #4. Mathews and Rex. Incorporating scenic quality and cultural heritage into farmland valuation: Results from an enhanced LESA model

2011 Vol 7 #5. Wedding, Gibson, Walsh, Battista. Integrating remote sensing products and GIS tools to support marine spatial management

2011 Vol 7 #6. Allen, Amundsen, Dujmovic, Messer. Identifying and selecting strategic mitigation opportunities: Criteria design and project evaluation using Logic Scoring of Preference and optimization

2010 Vol 6 #1. Theobald, Norman, Newman. Estimating visitor use of protected areas by modeling accessibility: A case study in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado USA

2010 Vol 6 #2. Stoms and DeAngelo. Socioeconomic patterns of American farmland preservation funded by the Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Program

2010 Vol 6 #3. Low, Provencher, Abele. Enhanced conservation action planning: Assessing landscape condition and predicting benefits of conservation strategies

2009 Vol 5 #1. McDonald. Ecosystem service demand and supply along the urban-to-rural gradient

2009 Vol 5 #2. DiBari. Using boundary detection methods to assess conservation corridors

2009 Vol 5 #3. Lin. The function linkage index: A metric for measuring connectivity among habitat patches using least cost distances

2005 Vol 5 #4. Nielsen, Cranston, Stenhouse. Identification of priority areas for Grizzly Bear conservation and recovery in Alberta, Canada

2009 Vol 5 #5. Thomas, Dobson, Dezendorf, Cantrell, Abernathy. Development of a parcel-based density analysis tool to evaluate growth patterns in Western North Carolina, USA

2008 Vol 4 #1. Senecal, Hamel, Heraut, Saint-Laurent. Urban forest conservation: what kind of strategies should be adopted in the Montreal metropolitan area?

2008 Vol 4 #2. Skibbe, Miller. Alternative future scenarios for open space protection in Kane County, Illinois USA

2008 Vol 4 #3. Paxinos, Wright, Val Day, Emmett, Frankiewicz, Goecker. Marine spatial planning: Ecosystem-based zoning methodology for marine management in South Australia

2004 Vol 4 #4. McPherson, Schill, Raber, John, Zenny, Sutton, Thurlow. GIS-based modeling of environmental risk surfaces for conservation planning in Jamaica

2008 Vol 4 #5. Hoctor, Allen, Carr, Zwick, Huntley, Smith, Maehr, Buch, Hilsenbeck. Land corridors in the southeast USA: Connectivity to protect biodiversity and ecosystem services

2007 Vol 3 #1. Copeland, Ward, Kiesecker. Assessing tradeoffs in biodiversity, vulnerability and cost when prioritizing conservation sites

2007 Vol 3 #2. Weber. Development and application of a statewide conservation network in Delaware, USA

2007 Vol 3 #3. Messer. Transferable development rights programs: An economic framework for success

2007 Vol 3 #4. Theobald. Evaluating the cumulative effects of development by analyzing alternative build-out scenarios: A case study of Ouray County, Colorado USA

2006 Vol 2 #1. Biglin, Dupigny-Giroux. Mapping the road-effect zone to assess impacts of proposed road segments

2006 Vol 2 #2. Larsen, Ripple. Modeling gray wolf (Canis Lupus) habitat in the Pacific Northwest, USA

2006 Vol 2 #3. Jones, Daly, Molvar, Catlin. Conservation planning and assessment of irreplaceability and vulnerability of conservation sites in the heart of the west region, Middle Rockies USA

2005 Vol 1 #1. Munoz-Moreira. Conservation planning commentary.

2005 Vol 1 #2. McDonald, Allen, Benedict, O'Connor. Green infrastructure plan evaluation frameworks

2005 Vol 1 #3. Comer, Crist, Grossman. Choosing surrogates for biodiversity conservation in complex planning environments

2005 Vol 1 #4. Merenlender, Brooks, Shabazian, Gao, Johnston. Forecasting exurban development to evaluate the influence of land-use policies on wildland and farmland conservation

2005 Vol 1 #5. Carr, Zwick. Using GIS suitability analysis to identify future land use conflicts in North Central Florida USA

2005 Vol 1 #6. Sehkar, Pugazhendi. Indigenous people and GIS for micro-level forest management: A case study in Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, India

___________________________________________________________________________________ 2005-2017 Editorial Board and Peer Reviewers JOSEPH A. ADEDEJI, Chartered Architect, Lecturer, The Federal University of Technology Akure - NIGERIA JORGE ALVAREZ ROMERO, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University, Townsville, AUSTRALIA ROBERT F. BALDWIN, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Clemson University - USA COLIN BROOKS, Manager, Environmental Science Laboratory, Michigan Tech Research Institute - USA BRUCE A. BUGBEE, President American Public Land Exchange Company, Inc. - USA VAN BUTSIC, Ph.D., Assistant Cooperative Extension Specialist, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California-Berkeley- USA MARK A. CANTRELL, Fish and Wildlife Biologist, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service- USA NAKUL CHETTRI, Ph.D., Deputy Team Leader, Biodiversity Conservation and Management/Environmental and Ecosystem Services, International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) - NEPAL PATRICK J. CRIST, Ph.D., Director of Conservation Planning and Ecosystem Management, NatureServe - USA D.M. DHARMADASA, Ph.D., Principal Research Scientist, Industrial Technology Institute, - SRI LANKA BECKY FLITCROFT, Ph.D., Fish Research Ecologist, USDA Forest Service - USA WILLIAM D. GORAN, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center - USA TOM HOCTOR, Ph.D., Director, Center for Landscape and Conservation Planning, University of Florida - USA KEVIN JOHNSTON, Ph.D., Esri - USA XIUZHEN LI, Ph.D., Professor of Ecology, State Key Laboratory of Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal University, Shanghai, CHINA LUIGI MAIORANO, Associate Researcher, Sapienza Universita di Roma, Department of Animal and Human Biology - ITALY ADINA MERENLENDER, Ph.D., University of California-Berkeley, Department of Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management - USA MICHAEL SULLIVAN, M.Pl., MCIP, RPP, Sullivan & Associates - CANADA DAVE THEOBALD, Colorado State University, National Park Service - USA WAYNE E. THOGMARTIN, Ph.D, Quantitative Ecologist, US Geological Survey - USA KEN VANCE-BORLAND, Senior Faculty Research Assistant (Retired), Oregon State University, Department of Forest Science - USA TED WEBER, Strategic Conservation Science Manager, The Conservation Fund - USA LISA WEDDING, Ph.D.,Department of Geography, University of Hawai`i at Manoa - USA JOHN WRIGHT, Ph. D, Department of Geography, New Mexico State University - USA Graphic Designer/Copy Editor (2005-2017): Jo Gravely (2011-2017): Maricruz Manning We would like to express our gratitude to Ms. Crystal Goodison of the GeoPlan Center for her assistance with the web hosting of JCP until 2017.