Christopher Serenari, Ph.D.
Wildlife and Recreation (BIO 4304/5304)
Human Dimensions of Wildlife (forthcoming)
Wildlife governance and policy, human behavior and decision-making
Serenari, C., Cobb, D.T., & Peroff, D. 2018. Using policy goals to evaluate large carnivore reintroduction: The case of the Red Wolf Recovery Program in North Carolina. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 23, 359-374.
Serenari, C. & Peterson, M.N. 2018. Evaluating the cultural fit of hunting and angling among minority sportspersons in North Carolina. Leisure Sciences, https://doi.org/10.1080/01490400.2018.1458262.
Serenari, C., Peterson, M.N., Wallace, T., & Stowhas, P. 2017. Indigenous perspectives on private protected areas in Chile. Natural Areas Journal, 37(1), 98-107.
Serenari, C., & Peterson, M.N. 2016. A sociopolitical perspective on illegal take of wildlife in the southeastern USA. International Journal of Rural Criminology, 3(1), 29-49.
Serenari, C., Peterson, M.N., Gale, T, & Fahlke, A. 2015. Relationships between value orientations and wildlife conservation policy preferences in Chilean Patagonia. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 20(3), 271- 279.
Serenari, C., Peterson, M.N., Stowhas, P., Leung, Y-F, Wallace, T., & Sills, E. 2015. Private development-based forest conservation in Patagonia: Comparing mental models and revealing cultural truths. Ecology and Society, 20(3). http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-07696-200304
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