Tatyana Ruseva Ph.D.

There are 8 included publications by Tatyana Ruseva Ph.D.:

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Can incentives make a difference? Assessing the effects of policy tools for encouraging tree-planting on private lands 2015 492 This study uses a mail survey of private landowners in the Midwest United States to understand the characteristics of owners who have planted trees or intend to plant trees in the future. The analysis examines what policy tools encourage owners to pl...
Evaluating the USFS State and Private Forestry Redesign: A First Look At Policy Implications 2013 374 Recently a shift has occurred in the way in which the United States Forest Service (USFS) distributes funds to states through its State and Private Forestry (S&PF) program. Traditionally S&PF has distributed money to states and territories formulaica...
Mapping cropland in smallholder-Dominated Savannas: Integrating Remote Sensing Techniques 2015 399 Traditional smallholder farming systems dominate the savanna range countries of sub-Saharan Africa and provide the foundation for the region’s food security. Despite continued expansion of smallholder farming into the surrounding savanna landscapes, ...
Networking for conservation: Social capital and perceptions of organizational success among land trust boards. 2016 974 As an important component in collaborative natural resource management and nonprofit governance, social capital is expected to be related to variations in the performance of land trusts. Land trusts are charitable organizations that work to conserve ...
The role of CO2 emissions from large point sources in emissions totals, responsibility, and policy 2014 1350 A large fraction of anthropogenic CO2 emissions comes from large point sources such as power plants, petroleum refineries, and large industrial facilities. The existence and locations of these facilities depend on a variety of factors that include th...
Technology Over-Consumption: Helping Students Find Balance In A World Of Alluring Distractions 2018 34 The last two decades has seen a fundamental shift in society with the growth in technology and the growth of social media. This shift has been embraced in the classroom as a tool to enhance the learning experience of the student. Students have experi...
Variations in the social networks of forest owners: The effect of management activity, resource professionals, and ownership size 2014 577 Social networks play an important role in the communication of information among forest owners and how owners process that information in making land management decisions. This article examines variations in the social network characteristics of fami...
What Is Happening In and Outside America’s Private Woodlands? 2010 222 No Abstract