March 19, 2014

Publications

Peer-reviewed

2017

Gore, M. L. (2017). Conservation Criminology. Wiley-Blackwell Publications. London: England. [Publisher Website]

2016

Triezenberg, H. A., Riley, S. J. and M. L. Gore. (2016). A test of communication in changing harvest behaviors of deer hunters. Wildlife Society Bulletin. DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.21078. [PDF]

Lute, M. L., Navarrete, C. D., Nelson, M. P, and M. L. Gore. (2016). Moral dimensions of human-wildlife conflict. Conservation Biology. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12731. [PDF]

McCarthy, S., Tambe, M., Kiekintveld, C., Gore, M L., and A. Killion. (In press). Preventing illegal   logging: simultaneous optimization of resource teams and tactics for security. Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Annual Conference on Artificial Intelligence.

Gore, M. L., Lute, M. L., Ratsimbazafy, J. H., and A. Rajaonson. (2016). Local perspectives on environmental security and its influence on illegal biodiversity exploitation. PLoSONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0150337. [PDF]

Rizzolo, J. B., and M. L. Gore. (In press). Culturally specific anti-poaching interventions: extending a cultural theory of risk to poaching motivations and deterrents. Crime, Law and Social Change.

Jager, C., Nelson, M. P., Goralnik, A., and M. L. Gore. (2016). Michigan mute swan management: A conservation ethics case study to understand contentious natural resource management issues. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 21(3). DOI: 10.1080/10871209.2015.1129679. [PDF]

Gore, M. L., Ratsimbazafy, J. H., Rajaonson, A., Lewis, A., and J. S. Kahler. (2016). Public perceptions of poaching risks in a biodiversity hotspot: implications for wildlife trafficking interventions. Journal of Trafficking, Organized Crime and Security.

Rinkus, M.A. Dobson, T., Gore, M. L., and E. A. Dreelin, (2016). Collaboration as process: a case study of Michigan’s watershed permit. Water Policy, 18: 182-196. [PDF]

2015

Solomon, J. J., Gavin, M. C. and M. L. Gore. (2015). Detecting and understanding non-compliance with conservation rules. Biological Conservation, 189: 1-4.

Kahler, J. S., and M. L. Gore. (2015). Local perceptions of risk associated with poaching of wildlife implicated in human-wildlife conflicts in Namibia. Biological Conservation, 189:49-58.

Gore, M.L., and J. S. Kahler. (2015). Using visual scales in researching global human dimensions of wildlife. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 20(2).

Everett, M. W., and M.L. Gore. (2015). Measuring flow in Michigan youth firearm deer hunters: implications for measurement and practice. Society and Leisure, 38(1): 100-109.

2014

Triezenberg, H.A., Gore, M. L., Riley, S. J., and M.K. Lapinski. (2014). Role of persuasive communication for achieving wildlife health goals. Wildlife Society Bulletin. [PDF]

Triezenberg, H.A., Gore, M. L., Riley, S. J., and M.K. Lapinski. (2014). Perceived risks from disease and management policies: an expansion and testing of a zoonotic disease risk perception model. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 19(2). [PDF]

Lute, M. L. and M. L. Gore. (2014). Stewardship as a path to collaboration:exploring the role of identity and intergroup conflict among Michigan wolf stakeholders. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 19(3): 267-269. [PDF]

2013

Hanisch-Kirkbride, S. L., Riley, S. J. and M. L. Gore. (2013). Wildlife disease and risk perception. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 49(4): 841-849. [PDF]

Muter, B. A., Gore, M. L., and S. J. Riley. (2013). Evaluating bovine tuberculosis risk communication materials in Michigan and Minnesota for severity, susceptibility and efficacy messages. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 37(1): 115-121. [PDF]

Carter, J. G. and M. L. Gore. (2013). Conservation officers: a critical component for homeland security. Journal of Applied Security Research, 8(3): 1-23. [PDF]

Lapinski, M. K., Neuberger, L. Van Der Heide, B., Gore, M. L., and B. A. Muter. (2013). Shark bytes: message sensation value and emotional appeals in shark diving websites websites. Journal of Risk Research. DOI:10.1080/13669877.2012.737822. [PDF]

Muter, B. A., Gore, M. L., Huveneers, C., Gledhill, K., and C. Lamont. (2013). Australian and U. S. news media portrayal of sharks and shark conservation for 2000 to 2010. Conservation Biology, 27(1): 187-196. [PDF]

Beeker, T. A., Millenbah, K. F., Gore, M. L., and B. A. Lundrigan.  (2013). Best practices for evaluating bat-specific citizen science acoustic monitoring programs. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 18(1): 58-67. [PDF]

Kahler, J. S., Roloff, G., and M. L. Gore. (2013). Poaching risks in a community-based natural resource system. Conservation Biology, 27(1): 177-186. [PDF]

Muter, B. A., Gore, M. L., and S. J. Riley (2013). Social contagion of risk perceptions in wildlife management networks. Risk Analysis. Doi: 10.1111/j.1539-6924.2012.01936.x. [PDF]

2012

Gore, M. L. and J. S. Kahler (2012). Gendered risk perceptions associated with human-wildlife conflict: implications for participatory conservation. PlosONE, 7(3):e32901. [PDF]

Kahler, J. S. and M. L. Gore. (2012). Beyond the cooking pot and pocket book: factors influencing noncompliance with wildlife poaching rules. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 35(2): 1-18. [PDF]

Shanahan, J. E. and M. L. Gore. (2012). Communication for Human Dimensions of Wildlife. Decker, D. J., Riley, S. R., and Siemer, W. F. eds. Human Dimensions of Wildlife in North America. Baltimore, Maryland. Johns Hopkins University Press.

2011

Gore, M. L, Nelson, M. P., Vucetich, J. A., Smith, A. M. and M. Clark. (2011). Exploring the ethical basis for conservation policy: the case of inbred wolves of Isle Royale. Conservation Letters, 4(5): 394-401.[PDF]

Gore, M. L, Muter, B. A., Lapinski, M. K, Neuberger, L. and B. Van Der Heide. (2011). Risk frames on shark diving websites: implications for global shark conservation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. [PDF]

Muter, B.A., Gore, M. L., and S. J. Riley. (2011). Toward exploring stakeholder and professional information sources about cormorant management in the Great Lakes. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 16 (1): 63-66.

2010

Gibbs, C. A., Gore, M. L., McGarrell, E. F., and L. R. Rivers. (2010). Introducing conservation criminology: toward interdisciplinary scholarship on environmental crimes and risks. British Journal of Criminology, 50: 124-144. [PDF]

2009

Gore, M. L., Wilson, R. S., Siemer, W. F., Weiczorek Hudenko, H.A., Clarke, C. S., Hart, S. P. Maguire L. A. and B. A. Muter. (2009). Application of risk concepts to wildlife management: special issue introduction. Human  Dimensions of Wildlife, 14(5): 301-313. [PDF]

Muter, B. A., Gore, M. L. and S. J. Riley. (2009). From victim to perpetrator: evolution of risk frames related to human-cormorant conflict in the Great Lakes. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 14(5): 366-379. [PDF]

Gore, M. L. and B.A. Knuth. (2009). Mass media effect on the operating environment of a wildlife-related risk communication campaign. Journal of Wildlife Management, 73 (8): 1407-1413. [PDF]

Gore, M. L. and S. J. Riley. (2009). Are leadership programs cultivating tomorrow’s leaders in wildlife management? Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 14(2): 149-151.[PDF]

2008 and earlier

Gore, M. L., Knuth, B. A., Scherer, C. W., and P.D. Curtis. (2008). Evaluating a conservation investment designed to reduce human-wildlife conflict.  Conservation Letters, 1(3): 136-145. [PDF]

Gore, M. L., Knuth, B. A., Curtis, P. D., and J. E. Shanahan. (2007). Factors influencing risk perception associated with human-black bear conflict. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 12(2): 133-136. [PDF]

Gore, M. L., Knuth, B. A., Curtis, P. D., and J. E. Shanahan.  (2007). Campground manager and user perceptions of risk associated with human-black bear conflict: implications for communication.  Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 12(1): 31-43. [PDF]

Gore, M. L., Knuth, B. A., Curtis, P. D., and J. E. Shanahan.  (2006). Education programs for reducing human-bear conflict:  indicators of success?  Ursus, 17(1): 75 – 80. [PDF]

Gore, M. L., Knuth, B. A., Curtis, P. D., and J. E. Shanahan.  (2006). Stakeholder perceptions of risk associated with human–black bear conflicts in New York’s Adirondack Park campgrounds: implications for theory and practice. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 34 (1): 36 – 43. [PDF]

Gore, M. L., Siemer, W. F., Shanahan, J. E., Schuefele, D., and D. J. Decker.  (2005). Effects of risk perception of media coverage of a black bear-related human fatality. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 33 (2): 507 – 516. [PDF]

Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

Lute, M.L. and M. L. Gore (2017). The false dichotomy of us vs. them: Heterogeneity in stakeholder identities regarding wolves. Hovardas, T. (Ed.). Human dimensions of large carnivore conservation and management.

Shanahan, J. E., Gore, M.L., and D. J. Decker. (2012). Communication for Human Dimensions of Wildlife. Decker, D. J., Riley, S. R., and Siemer, W. F. eds. Human Dimensions of Wildlife in North America. Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland. pp. 157-173.

Peer-Edited Book Chapters

Gore, M. L., Killion, A., and G. Roloff. (2017). Interdisciplinary intelligence mapping to reduce illegal logging in Madagascar’s eastern rainforests. Moreto, W. (ed). Temple University Press.

Gibbs, C., Gore, M. L., Hamm, J., Rivers III, L., and A. Zwickle. (2016). Conservation Criminology. In The Routledge Companion to Criminological Theory and Concepts, Brisman, A., Eamonn, C. and N. South, eds. London and New York: Routledge.

Ratsimbazafy, J., Gore, M. L, and L.J. Rakotoniaina. (2013). Madagascar. Nalla, M. K. and Newman, G. R. eds. Community Policing in Indigenous Communities. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. pp. 31-39.

Agency Reports, Policy Briefs & Proceedings

Gore, M. L. (2016). Mass media coverage of Michigan’s 2014 wolf referenda. Report prepared for Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Division.[PDF]

Gore, M. L., Axelrod, M., and M. L. Lute. (2016). Michigan citizens’ responses to gray wolf-related risks. Report prepared for Michigan Applied Public Policy Research. Michigan State University. [PDF]

Axelrod, M., and M. L. Gore. (2016). Michigan citizens’ responses to aquatic invasive species threats. Report prepared for Michigan Applied Public Policy Research. Michigan State University. [PDF]

Gore, M. L. (2014). Improving the effectiveness of wolf management approaches in Michigan. Report prepared for Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

Gore, M. L. and M. L. Lute (2013). Attitudes about wolf hunting as a tool to manage wolves: insights from 4 public meetings and an online survey. Report prepared for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Lansing, MI.

Gore, M. L. and M. L. Lute (2013). Michigan Wolf Forum: December 2012. Report prepared for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Lansing, MI.

Gore, M. L. (2012). Michigan Wolf Forum: June 2012. Report prepared for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Lansing, MI.

Lute, M. L. Gore, M. L., Nelson, M. P., and J. A. Vucetich. (2012). Toward improving the effectiveness of wolf management in Michigan: insights from a 2010 statewide survey. Michigan State University Department of Fisheries & Wildlife, East Lansing, MI.

Riley, S. J., Muter, B. A., and M. L. Gore (2010). When wildlife and livestock go nose-to-nose: a review of bovine tuberculosis management policies in Michigan and Minnesota. Report prepared for the Michigan State University Agricultural Experiment Station, East Lansing,MI.

Riley, S. J., Muter, B. A., and M. L Gore. (2010). Expert perspectives on bovine tuberculosis management policies in Michigan and Minnesota. Michigan State University Department of Fisheries & Wildlife, East Lansing, MI.

Gore, M. L., Riley, S. J., and B. A. Muter (2009). Improving decision making in contentious Great Lakes fishery management. Project Completion Report to the Great Lakes Fishery Commission. Ann Arbor, MI.

Siemer, W. F., Decker, D. J., Otto, P., and M. L. Gore. (2007). Working through black bear management issues: A practitioners’ guide. Northeast Wildlife Damage Management Research and Outreach Cooperative. Ithaca, NY.

Gore, M. L. and B. A. Knuth. (2006). Attitude and behavior change associated with the New York NeighBEARhood Watch Program. HDRU Series Report 06-14.  Department of Natural Resources. N.Y.S. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Ithaca, NY.

Curtis, P. D. and M. L. Gore. (2005). Black Bear. In Cornell Cooperative Extension Wildlife Damage Management Fact Sheet Series. Ithaca: NY.

Gore, M.L., Knuth, B.A., Curtis, P.D., and J.E. Shanahan. (2005). Education programs for reducing human-bear conflicts: indicators of success. Proceedings of 18th Eastern Black Bear Workshop, April 3–7, 2005. Tallahassee, FL.

Decker, D.J., H.E. Kretser, M.L. Gore, K.M. Leong, and W.F. Siemer. (2005). Wildlife management on rural–urban interfaces: cooperation and conflict between science and society. Pages 149–153 in D. N. Laband, editor. Proceedings of Emerging Issues Along Urban/Rural Interfaces: Linking Science and Society. Center for Forest Sustainability, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.

Gore, M. L., Shanahan, J. E., Schuefele, D., Siemer, W. F., Decker, D. J., and L. Berchielli. (2005). Does media coverage of a wildlife-related human fatality affect risk perception?” Proceedings of 17th Eastern Black Bear Workshop. March 2-5, 2003. Mt. Olive, NJ.

Gore, M. L. (2004). Comparison of Intervention Programs Designed to Reduce Human Bear Conflict: A Review of Literature. HDRU Series Report 04-4.  Department of Natural Resources. N.Y.S. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Ithaca, NY.

Lauber, T. B., Brown, T. L., and M. L. Gore. (2004). Learning by doing: deer management in urban and suburban communities. HDRU Series Report 04-02. Department of Natural Resources. N.Y.S. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Ithaca, NY.

Gore, M. L. (2003). Black Bears: A Situation Analysis on Baiting and Hounding in the United States, with relevance for Maine. Prepared for Maine Environmental Policy Institute: Hallowell, ME.

Gore, M. L., and P. Doerr. (2000). Salmon and Dams on the Snake River: A Review of Natural Resource Management and Environmental Policy. Policy Perspectives. George Washington University, Washington DC.

Creative Works

Triezenberg, H. A., Gore, M. L., and C. T. Harrell. (2013). Bovine tuberculosis risk communication research outreach summary: an online executive summary and visual representation of key findings. (www.deer.fw.msu.edu/outreachsummary/index.html).

Triezenberg, H. A., Gore, M. L. Riley, S. J., Lapinski, M. K., and B. A. Muter. (2012). Bovine  Tuberculosis Infographic. www.deer.fw.msu.edu. An online graphic visual representation of  bovine tuberculosis intervention using data visualization and information architecture.

Triezenberg, H. A., Gore, M. L. Riley, S. J., Lapinski, M. K., and B. A. Muter. (2012). Bovine Tuberculosis Intervention.  A bundle of persuasive communication materials designed to target antlerless deer hunters in Michigan and focused on bovine tuberculosis.

Muter, B. A., Gore, M. L., and S. J. Riley. (2010). Understanding stakeholder interactions with double-crested cormorants in northern Lake Huron. Printed and PDF Executive Summary of Research Results.

Gore M. L. (2005). New York NeighBEARhood Watch Program. A bundle of persuasive communication materials designed to target residents and focused on reducing human-black bear conflict. Materials included a billboard, BEARometers, magnet, brochure, fact sheet, magazine article, poster, and lawn sign.

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