ISSRM 2017 Program and Schedule

Poster session

The ISSRM has an overwhelming response to poster submissions! We have about 50 exciting poster presentations scheduled. The poster session will be held in conjunction with the evening Welcome Reception.

Printed poster dimensions should not exceed 100cm (~39 inches) X 120cm (~47 inches).

Time: Monday, June 19, 19:00-21:00
Location: Gammila Museum

Click here for the list of Poster Presentations

Preliminary Program of Concurrent Sessions

Note that all sessions in the same time slots run in parallel.

Click here for the searchable list of oral presentation abstracts.

Jump to: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Sunday, June 18

08:30-14:00 Student Forum

Time: Sunday, June 18, 08:30-14:00
Location: Naturvetarhuset, N300

    10:00-18:00 Registration

    Time: Sunday, June 18, 10:00-18:00
    Location: Universum House, second floor

      13:00-15:00 Participatory Governance from a “Pracademic” Perspective

      Time: Sunday, June 18, 13:00-15:00
      Location: Universitetsklubben (Universum)

      The broad field of participatory governance (which includes collaboration, conflict management, public involvement, multi-party platforms, etc.) conti ...More Info

        15:00-16:00 University Tour for Students (organized by students at UmU for ISSRM student participants)

        Time: Sunday, June 18, 15:00-16:00
        Location: Meet at Naturvetarhuset, N300 to begin tour

        Following the Student Forum, please join us for a tour of UmU. We will take a tour around campus and walk to the art campus and the Boat for the Stude ...More Info

          14:00-18:00 Council Meeting

          Time: Sunday, June 18, 14:00-18:00
          Location: Chambre Separe (Restaurant Hjortron at Universum)

            16:00-18:00 Student Mixer

            Time: Sunday, June 18, 16:00-18:00
            Location: Baten (a boat at the harbour in downtown Umea)

            Informal networking opportunity. Entrance free, snacks and drinks provided by Taylor & Francis. ...More Info

              18:00-20:00 Welcome Reception

              Time: Sunday, June 18, 18:00-20:00
              Location: Universum

                Monday, June 19

                08:00-17:00 Registration

                Time: Monday, June 19, 08:00-17:00
                Location: Universum House, second floor

                  10:00-10:30 Welcome To The 2017 ISSRM

                  Time: Monday, June 19, 10:00-10:30
                  Location: Universum

                    12:00-13:30 IASNR Business Meeting

                    Time: Monday, June 19, 12:00-13:30
                    Location: Universum

                      13:30-15:00 The New Forest Owner: Living And Working At Several Places - Part I

                      Time: Monday, June 19, 13:30-15:00
                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N260

                      The new forest owner can be seen as to lesser extent living on their holding and more likely to live and work in urban environments. An increasing pro ...More Info

                      1. Is there a new European forest owner? The institutional context (E. Carina H. Keskitalo, Gun Lidestav, Heimo Karppinen, Ivana Živojinović)
                      2. INDIVIDUAL FOREST OWNERS IN CONTEXT (Kerstin Westin, Louise Eriksson, Gun Lidestav, Heimo Karppinen, Katarina Haugen, Annika Nordlund)
                      3. Interactions between forest owners and their forests (Gun Lidestav, Camilla Thellbro, Per Sandström, Torgny Lind, Einar Holm, Olof Olsson, Kerstin Westin, Heimo Karppinen, Andrej Ficko)
                      4. Is there an end to the concentration of businesses and people? (Urban Lindgren, Jonathan Borggren, Svante Karlsson, Rikard H. Eriksson, Bram Timmermans)

                      13:30-15:00 Bridging Risk And Resilience In The Repeat Disaster Landscape - Part I

                      Time: Monday, June 19, 13:30-15:00
                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N300

                      We are interested in research and practice that focuses on fire, flood, drought, sea rise, storm surge, social and economic crises in northern or sout ...More Info

                      1. Community resilience: communities and steps towards resilience seen through the eyes of agencies and residents (E.R. (Lisa) Langer, Mary Hart)
                      2. Resilience in the face of wildfire: Research findings from Mishkeegogamang First Nation, Canada (Tara McGee)
                      3. Historical forest fires and floods footprint in the Mediterranean landscapes (Cristina Montiel Molina)

                      13:30-15:00 Enhancing Private Land Stewardship - Part I

                      Time: Monday, June 19, 13:30-15:00
                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N320

                      Across many countries and cultures, private landowners have the largest aggregate impact over land cover and land use, with clear impacts for habitat, ...More Info

                      1. Is conditionality a necessity or impediment for co-production of environmental and social benefits? Preliminary evidence from a Bolivian PES program (Zhao Ma, Jonathan Bauchet, Ricardo Godoy, Claudia Radel, Diana Steele-Jones, Laura Zanotti)
                      2. Biophysical and social conditions enabling payment for ecosystem service programs that provide drinking water to the world’s largest cities. (Chelsie Romulo, Jennifer H. Fair, Stella Cousins, Drew Bennett, Heidi Huber-Stearns, Stephen Posner, Ryan Richards, Rob McDonald)
                      3. Voluntary contributions to biodiversity, forest certification, and shared responsibility for environmental protection in Swedish family forestry (Brian Danley)
                      4. The role of landowner associations in biodiversity conservation: fostering management coordination on private lands (Zach Hurst, Urs Kreuter)
                      5. Stewardship effects of incentivized best management practices for conserving a species at risk: Wood turtles in Nova Scotia, Canada (Simon Greenland-Smith, Kate Sherren, Mhari Lamarque)

                      13:30-15:00 Evaluating Interventions To Facilitate Human – Wildlife Coexistence - Part I

                      Time: Monday, June 19, 13:30-15:00
                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N330

                      Coexistence between humans and carnivores builds on adaptive management in parallel considering the viability of wildlife populations and human well-b ...More Info

                      1. What works? Reviewing the effectiveness of interventions to reduce livestock predation by large carnivores (Ann Eklund, José Vincente López-Bao, Mahdieh Touriani, Adrian Treves, Guillaume Chapron, Jens Frank)
                      2. Co-existence of reindeer herding and brown bears in Northern Sweden (Ole-Gunnar Støen, Jens Frank)
                      3. Reducing the heat of human-jaguar conflict: Working with communities in Bolivia (Nuno Miguel Negrões Soares, Jenny Anne Glikman, Silvio Marchini)

                      13:30-15:00 The Challenges And Conflicts Of Poaching - Part I

                      Time: Monday, June 19, 13:30-15:00
                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N350

                      Poaching is more than wildlife crime; it is a cultural expression, a commercial activity, a statement of defiance and may locally be process of natura ...More Info

                      1. Cry wolf. Aspects on the use of modern surveillance techniques in Policing illegal hunting of Wolves. (Paul Larsson)
                      2. Addressing environmental conflict: Uncovering the complex drivers of commercial rhino poaching (Libby Lunstrum)
                      3. When illegal hunting turns into an animal welfare offence (Outi Ratamäki)
                      4. Norwegian hunters’ views on legal and illegal hunting of wolves (Ketil Skogen, Olve Krange)
                      5. Acceptance of illegal wolf hunting in Norway (Olve Krange)

                      13:30-15:00 Indigenous Peoples And Participatory Forest Management: Lessons From The Boreal Forest - Part I

                      Time: Monday, June 19, 13:30-15:00
                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N360

                      The boreal forest has become the focus of worldwide attention due to its crucial role in enhancing conservation, mitigating climate change and protect ...More Info

                      1. The economics of land use management - an example of the Swedish indigenous people's land use (Camilla Widmark)
                      2. Disparities in Boreal Governance and Research Involving Indigenous People (Ryan Bullock)
                      3. Sustainable development of non-timber forest products in northeastern Ontario: a case study of the Missanabie Cree First Nation (Nicholas Palaschuk, Ryan Bullock)

                      13:30-15:00 The Contribution Of Experiential Qualities Of Places To Green Infrastructure Planning

                      Time: Monday, June 19, 13:30-15:00
                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N380

                      Across Europe, there is renewed interest in green infrastructure planning, as reflected in the new policy direction of ‘nature-based solutions’ (N ...More Info

                      1. Identifying environment-experience relations in natural areas by mapping visitor experiences (Miisa Pietilä)
                      2. Fostering the human dimension in planning riverine nature based solutions: social data assessment using Public Participation GIS (Sarah Gottwald, Christian Albert)
                      3. The perception of landscape values as indicators of landscapes stewardship behaviours across Europe. (Maria Garcia-Martin)
                      4. Revealing experiential qualities of places by Instagram images in green infrastructure (Paulina Guerrero, Maja Steen Møller, Anton Stahl Olafsson, Bernard Snizek)

                      13:30-15:00 Urban Greening I

                      Time: Monday, June 19, 13:30-15:00
                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N420

                      Sustaining green infrastructure in urban areas is a pressing issue in cities across the globe. For many cities, uneven impacts of development have lef ...More Info

                      1. Urban lawns: how “green” and sustainable are they? Results from Swedish interdisciplinary project (Maria Ignatieva, Marcus Hedblom)
                      2. From the ground up: how a scalar understanding of soil lead can inform urban gardening. (Kirsten Schwarz, Mary L. Cadenasso, Bethany B. Cutts, Jonathan K. London)
                      3. Agroecology for the Shrinking City (Dustin L. Herrmann, Kirsten Schwarz)
                      4. The Effect of Edible City Strategy on Reduction of Carbon Emission: An Example of Taichung City, Taiwan (Chang-Chan Huang, Chen-Yin Hung)

                      13:30-15:00 Understanding Outdoor Recreation Patterns And Practices Using Public Participation GIS (ppgis)

                      Time: Monday, June 19, 13:30-15:00
                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N430

                      Public participation GIS (PPGIS) approaches utilize maps, aerial photos, and other spatial tools that allow people to convey their relationships with ...More Info

                      1. Using a participatory GIS approach to exploring outdoor recreation patterns along the urban-to-rural continuum in Seattle, Washington (USA) (Jenna Tilt)
                      2. Deconstructing recreation as a landscape value in public participation GIS (Kelly Biedenweg, Katharine Williams, Lee Cerveny)
                      3. What is the benefit of river revitalization for outdoor recreation in urbanised settings? A survey study in a Swiss region using PPGIS (Matthias Buchecker, Stefanie Müller)

                      13:30-15:00 Wellbeing: Exploring The Concept Across Scales, Places, And Linkages

                      Time: Monday, June 19, 13:30-15:00
                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N440

                      The concept of wellbeing sits in the intersection between people and nature. Yet, definitions, scales, operationalization, and measurement differ wide ...More Info

                        13:30-15:00 Perceptions Of Forest-related Bioenergy In The Americas

                        Time: Monday, June 19, 13:30-15:00
                        Location: Naturvetarhuset, N460

                        Climate change is challenging humans to develop low-carbon lifestyles. This requires both energy conservation and alternative energy sources. Howeve ...More Info

                        1. Agent-based Modeling and Forest-related Bioenergy Development in Michigan, USA (Mark Rouleau, Robert Zupko)
                        2. NIPF Landowners’ Perceptions of Woody Bioenergy in Northern Wisconsin and Michigan, USA (Jennifer L. Dunn, Kathleen E. Halvorsen)
                        3. Cross-national Comparison of Forest-related Bioenergy Project Perceptions (Kathleen E. Halvorsen, Jennifer L. Dunn, Erin C. Pischke, Mark D. Rouleau)
                        4. Environmental Values and Biodiversity Impacts of Oil Palm Plantations in Tabasco, Mexico (Erin Pischke, M. Azahara Mesa-Jurado, Jessie Knowlton, Kathleen Halvorsen)

                        15:00-15:30 Coffee Break

                        Time: Monday, June 19, 15:00-15:30
                        Location: Universum

                          15:30-17:00 The New Forest Owner: Living And Working At Several Places - Part II

                          Time: Monday, June 19, 15:30-17:00
                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N260

                          Changes that have taken place on an overarching level in society, changes such as globalisation, supranational agencies, privatisation and restitution ...More Info

                          1. Rural-urban politics: changing conceptions of the human-environment relationship (Carina Keskitalo, Svante Karlsson, Urban Lindgren, Örjan Pettersson, Linda Lundmark, Bill Slee, Mariann Villa, Diana Feliciano)
                          2. Multilevel planning and conflicting interests in the forest landscape (Olof Stjernström, Rein Ahas, Sabina Bergstén, Jeannette Eggers, Hando Hain, Svante Karlsson, E. Carina H. Keskitalo, Tomas Lämås, Örjan Pettersson, Per Sandström)
                          3. Forests in common and their contribution to local development (Gun Lidestav, Nevenka Bogataj, Paola Gatto, Anna Lawrence, Olof Stjernström, Jenny Wong)

                          15:30-17:00 Bridging Risk And Resilience In The Repeat Disaster Landscape - Part II

                          Time: Monday, June 19, 15:30-17:00
                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N300

                          We are interested in research and practice that focuses on fire, flood, drought, sea rise, storm surge, social and economic crises in northern or sout ...More Info

                          1. Public influences on prescribed fire in longleaf pine ecosystems (Jason Gordon, Samrajya Thapa, John Willis, Robert Grala, Stephen Grado)
                          2. Social Memory, Social Learning and Narratives of Responsibility in the Repeat Disaster Landscape (Ruth Beilin, Karen Reid, Jim McLennan)
                          3. Fire Smart Territory, an innovative social-ecological approach for enhancing wildfire resilience in the European Union: the main challenges for implementing it (Fantina Tedim, Vittorio Leone, Gavriil Xanthopoulos)

                          15:30-17:00 Enhancing Private Land Stewardship - Part II

                          Time: Monday, June 19, 15:30-17:00
                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N320

                          Across many countries and cultures, private landowners have the largest aggregate impact over land cover and land use, with clear impacts for habitat, ...More Info

                          1. Voluntary measures to engage forest owners in nature conservation – a qualitative systematic review (Matilda Miljand)
                          2. How biodiversity monitoring can aid in farmer stewardship? (Stefano Targetti, Laurens Klerkx, Gordon Hickey, Romain Julliard)
                          3. A moral approach to farmer adoption of conservation practices (Amit Pradhananga, Mae Davenport)
                          4. Voluntary Stewardship and the Canadian Species at Risk Act: Exploring landowners’ willingness to protect Species at Risk in Prince Edward Island (H Carolyn Peach Brown)

                          15:30-17:00 Evaluating Interventions To Facilitate Human – Wildlife Coexistence - Part II

                          Time: Monday, June 19, 15:30-17:00
                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N330

                          Coexistence between humans and carnivores builds on adaptive management in parallel considering the viability of wildlife populations and human well-b ...More Info

                          1. Can Experiential Education Have Long Term Effects on Attitudes and Risk Perceptions toward Coyotes? (Jerry Vaske, Alistair Bath, TA Loeffler)
                          2. Evaluating interventions to reduce human fear of brown bears and wolves (Maria Johansson)

                          15:30-17:00 The Challenges And Conflicts Of Poaching - Part II

                          Time: Monday, June 19, 15:30-17:00
                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N350

                          Poaching is more than wildlife crime; it is a cultural expression, a commercial activity, a statement of defiance and may locally be process of natura ...More Info

                          1. Poaching rate and risk in legally harvested Finnish wolf population (Johanna Suutarinen, Ilpo Kojola)
                          2. Poaching might help wolf conservation – the socio-ecological paradox of Norwegian wolf policy (Bjørn Petter Kaltenborn, Scott Brainerd)
                          3. Discourses on Illegal Hunting in Sweden: The Rhetoric of Silence (Hans Peter Hansen, Nils Peterson, Tarla Peterson)
                          4. Outlaws or protected? DNA and canine biopolitics in a Finnish poaching case (Taru Peltola, Jari Heikkilä)
                          5. Wolves and political alieantion (Max Eriksson)

                          15:30-17:00 Indigenous Peoples And Participatory Forest Management: Lessons From The Boreal Forest - Part II

                          Time: Monday, June 19, 15:30-17:00
                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N360

                          The boreal forest has become the focus of worldwide attention due to its crucial role in enhancing conservation, mitigating climate change and protect ...More Info

                          1. Participative processes as a negotiating space: Indigenous engagement and collaboration in forest management in Québec (Stephen Wyatt, Martin Hébert, Jean-François Fortier, Édouard-Julien Blanchette)
                          2. Comparing Indigenous forestry co-governance models in Canada: Lessons from Haida Gwaii and Eeyou Istchee (Sara Teitelbaum, Peggy Smith)
                          3. Exploring the role of digital data entry in participatory environmental monitoring (Jeremy Brammer, Nicolas Brunet, Cole Burton, Alain Cuerrier, Finn Danielsen, Kanwaljeet Dewan, Thora Herrmann, Micha Jackson, Rod Kennett, Guillaume Larocque)

                          15:30-17:00 Urban Greening II

                          Time: Monday, June 19, 15:30-17:00
                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N420

                          Sustaining green infrastructure in urban areas is a pressing issue in cities across the globe. For many cities, uneven impacts of development have lef ...More Info

                          1. Neighborhood residents’ responses to green infrastructure innovations on Detroit vacant properties (Natalie Sampson, Noah Webster, Joan Iverson Nassauer, Palencia Mobley, PE, Nathaniel Lichten, Amy Schulz, Kelsea Dombrovski)
                          2. Effects of vacant lot ownership on improving neighborhood social life (William Stewart, Paul Gobster, Carena van Riper, Douglas Williams)
                          3. Participatory design for children’s playground in urban parks (Su-Hsin Lee)
                          4. Social-cultural factors in urban greening: A case study in Taiwan (Jing-Shoung Hou, Su-Hsin Lee, Yu-Yun Kao, Shuang-Pan Ou)
                          5. Climate resilience in urban areas across the European Union: Reflections on the EKLIPSE nature-based solutions expert working group process and outcomes (Christopher M. Raymond)

                          15:30-17:00 Scientific Publishing In The 21st Century: Challenges And Opportunities (meet The Editors)

                          Time: Monday, June 19, 15:30-17:00
                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N430

                          Many changes are underway and more lie ahead in the world of scientific journal publishing, which is evolving rapidly in exciting yet disruptive leaps ...More Info

                            15:30-17:00 Governance For Ecosystem Health And Poverty Alleviation: Analytical Approaches And Lessons

                            Time: Monday, June 19, 15:30-17:00
                            Location: Naturvetarhuset, N440

                            ‘Win-win’ approaches of maintaining ecosystem health and alleviating poverty have received much attention over the last few decades and are fundam ...More Info

                            1. Governance for Ecosystem Services and Poverty Alleviation: synthesizing approaches and lessons learned (Kate Schreckenberg, Connie McDermott, Mary Menton)
                            2. Uniting forest and livelihood outcomes? Analyzing external actor interventions in sustainable livelihoods in a community forest management context (Clare Barnes, Rachel Claus, Peter Driessen, Maria Joao Ferreira Dos Santos, Mary Ann George, Frank Van Laerhoven)
                            3. Global discourses of bioeconomy: A new era of green economy or rhetoric? (Irmeli Mustalahti, Nina Tokola)

                            17:00-18:00 IASNR New Member Meeting

                            Time: Monday, June 19, 17:00-18:00
                            Location: Chambre Separe (Restaurant Hjortron at Universum)

                              18:00-21:00 Poster Session/ Welcome Reception: Snacks and drinks will be served

                              Time: Monday, June 19, 18:00-21:00
                              Location: Gammila Museum

                                Tuesday, June 20

                                08:00-17:00 Registration

                                Time: Tuesday, June 20, 08:00-17:00
                                Location: Universum House, second floor

                                  08:30-10:00 Planning For Rural-urban Dynamics: Living And Acting At Several Places (the PLURAL Project) - Part I

                                  Time: Tuesday, June 20, 08:30-10:00
                                  Location: Naturvetarhuset, N260

                                  Over centuries rural areas have been formed by the close interrelationship between the people living there and the possibilities to make use of the la ...More Info

                                  1. A FOREST OWNER CORPS IN TRANSITION Characteristics and geographies of non-industrial private forest owners in Sweden 1990–2010 (Katarina Haugen, Svante Karlsson, Kerstin Westin)
                                  2. The attitudinal base of forest owners view on forest management: A question of personal beliefs and forest values. (Annika Nordlund, Kerstin Westin)
                                  3. A toolbox for Co-production of Knowledge and Improved Land Use Dialogues – The Perspective of Reindeer Husbandry (Per Sandström, Gun Lidestav, Stefan Sandström)
                                  4. Accounting for a Diverse Forest Ownership Structure in Projections of Forest Sustainability Indicators (Jeannette Eggers, Hampus Holmström, Tomas Lämås, Torgny Lind, Karin Öhman)

                                  08:30-10:00 Community Vulnerability And Adaptation To Natural Resource-related Shocks, Stressors, And Growth

                                  Time: Tuesday, June 20, 08:30-10:00
                                  Location: Naturvetarhuset, N300

                                  Natural resource-based communities (communities with intimate ties to natural resources) are uniquely situated in the intersection of human society an ...More Info

                                  1. Perceived Community Adaptation to Oil Booms and Busts in the Bakken Region (Jessica Ulrich-Schad)
                                  2. A happy disaster? Wildfire, unintended consequences and human interpretations (Rolf Lidskog, Daniel Sjödin)
                                  3. Green Energy and The Contentious Politics of Vulnerability and Risk (Shaun Golding)
                                  4. Smallholder cocoa farmers responses to environmental shocks in Papua New Guinea. (GINA KOCZBERSKI, GEORGE CURRY, JOACHIM LUMMANI, ESLEY PETER, ROBERT NAILINA, KATHLEEN NATARA)
                                  5. Human adaptation to climate change in Bohdanska Dolyna, Ukrainian Carpathians (Garry Sotnik, Ivan Kruhlov, Robert Scheller, Dominik Thom, Kateryna Kovalchuk, Max Nielsen-Pincus)

                                  08:30-10:00 Differentiating Rural Tourism Geographies: From The Urban Fringe To The Exotic Remote And The Boring Bits In Between (Closed Workshop Session)

                                  Time: Tuesday, June 20, 08:30-10:00
                                  Location: Naturvetarhuset, N360

                                  Tourism has often been described as a solution for rural communities facing decline in traditional industries, such as agriculture, forestry, mining, ...More Info

                                    08:30-10:00 A Future Without Wilderness?

                                    Time: Tuesday, June 20, 08:30-10:00
                                    Location: Naturvetarhuset, N380

                                    The idea of wilderness has motivated many conservation actions and continues to be a pivotal policy objective, due in part to the effects of the Anthr ...More Info

                                    1. Wilderness, coexistence and coevolution: placing humans past and present (Robyn Bartel)
                                    2. What is the wild place? Evolving values of wilderness in the northern region of NSW (Vanessa Bible, Tanya Howard)
                                    3. Another walk on the wildside: a phenomenology of rewilding and edgelands (Stephen Harris, Fiona Utley)

                                    08:30-10:00 Wild-harvested Meat As a Coupler Of Human And Natural Systems

                                    Time: Tuesday, June 20, 08:30-10:00
                                    Location: Naturvetarhuset, N420

                                    Hunters have provided protein from wildlife throughout the recorded history of humans and associated societies. Increased societal focus on locally-a ...More Info

                                    1. Sharing without limits – Norwegian wild meat distribution in the cyber-age (Johan Barstad)
                                    2. The meat network as a moralizing factor to the moose hunt (Bjørn Egil Flø)
                                    3. Insights into Wild-Harvested Meat Consumption and Sharing (Amber Goguen, Shawn Riley)

                                    10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

                                    Time: Tuesday, June 20, 10:00-10:30
                                    Location: Universum

                                      12:00-13:30 IASNR Mentorship Activity Lunch

                                      Time: Tuesday, June 20, 12:00-13:30
                                      Location: Universum

                                        13:30-15:00 Planning For Rural-urban Dynamics: Living And Acting At Several Places (the PLURAL Project) - Part II

                                        Time: Tuesday, June 20, 13:30-15:00
                                        Location: Naturvetarhuset, N260

                                        Over centuries rural areas have been formed by the close interrelationship between the people living there and the possibilities to make use of the la ...More Info

                                        1. Contested Lands? Dissonance and Common Ground in Stakeholder Views on Forest Values (Katarina Haugen)
                                        2. Constructing subjectivity and consuming forestry: governing recourses and relations of Swedish forests (Elias Andersson, Carina Keskitalo, Kerstin Westin)
                                        3. Combining data on forest condition and ownership characteristics – A model for improved understanding of forest owner’s behavior (Erik Wilhelmsson, Gun Lidestav)

                                        13:30-15:00 Working Together: What Impacts Can Research Have On Indigenous Communities?

                                        Time: Tuesday, June 20, 13:30-15:00
                                        Location: Naturvetarhuset, N300

                                        This interactive workshop explores research collaborations within Indigenous research, in particular projects focusing on extractive industries, clima ...More Info

                                          13:30-15:00 Lifestyle Migration, Amenity Migration And Natural Resources - Part II

                                          Time: Tuesday, June 20, 13:30-15:00
                                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N320

                                          Lifestyle migrants have been defined as “relatively affluent individuals, moving part-time or full-time, permanently or temporarily, to places which ...More Info

                                          1. International lifestyle tourism entrepreneurs in northern Sweden: balancing consumption and production interests around winter tourism (Doris Carson, Marco Eimermann, Dean Carson)
                                          2. Climate Change and Lifestyle Sports: ABM Simulations on the Future Mobility of Swedish Ski Community (O. Cenk Demiroglu)
                                          3. International migrant entrepreneurs in rural Swedish places: collaboration and illoyal competition (Karin Tillberg Mattsson, Marco Eimermann, Doris Carson)
                                          4. Amenity/Lifestyle Migration to the Chilean Patagonia: Understanding the views of “the other” and their Effects on Integrated Community Development Opportunities (David Matarrita-Cascante, Hugo Zunino, Johanna Sagner-Tapia)

                                          13:30-15:00 Marine Recreation

                                          Time: Tuesday, June 20, 13:30-15:00
                                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N380

                                          The coastal and marine environment is very popular for a wide range of outdoor recreation and tourism activities around the world. These activities ar ...More Info

                                          1. Too soft for the game - overlooking outdoor recreation aspects in coastal-marine national parks (Jan Vidar Haukeland, Andreas Skriver Hansen, Knut Bjørn Stokke)
                                          2. Measuring and mapping place attachment in coastal and marine recreation for planning support (Anton S. Olafsson, Berit C. Kaae, Hèlène Draux, Hans Skov-Petersen, Chris Raymond, Daniel R. Williams)
                                          3. The application of national survey data and mapping of marine recreation to the MSP process – experiences from Denmark (Berit C. Kaae, Anton S. Olafsson, Hélène Draux)

                                          13:30-15:00 Environmental Justice In The Era Of Sustainability

                                          Time: Tuesday, June 20, 13:30-15:00
                                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N410

                                          Part of the challenge of operationalizing and implementing principles of sustainability in practice is the loose and widely interpreted nature of the ...More Info

                                          1. Remediated rivers and urban empowerment – a community voice approach (Bethany Cutts, Kaitlyn Hornik, Andrew Greenlee, El Lower)
                                          2. Intersectional Environmental Subjection, Privilege and Justice: A Critical Examination of the Hidden Harms of Natural Resource Boom and Bust Cycles in U.S. History (Courtenay Daum, Stacia Ryder, Stephanie Malin)
                                          3. Environmental engagement among Latinxs: An exploratory study of environmentalists in the greater Chicago region (Sarah Naiman, Tania Schusler, Jonathon Schuldt)
                                          4. Stormwater, Green Infrastructure and Environmental Justice in the Southeastern United States (Dresden McGregor, Louie Rivers)

                                          13:30-15:00 Human Dimensions Of Large Carnivore Conservation And Management

                                          Time: Tuesday, June 20, 13:30-15:00
                                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N420

                                          Recent trends in population sizes and distribution range of large carnivore species all over Europe have initiated an ongoing debate among stakeholder ...More Info

                                            13:30-15:00 Green Infrastructure Practices And Policies From Around The World

                                            Time: Tuesday, June 20, 13:30-15:00
                                            Location: Naturvetarhuset, N430

                                            Broadly defined, green infrastructure includes landscape and planning practices that restore natural processes to the built environment. Although the ...More Info

                                            1. More than just money: Understanding barriers and opportunities for green infrastructure implementation in urban-rural interface communities. (Jenna Tilt)
                                            2. Continuing Professional Education in Green Infrastructure: A Constructivist Approach to Interdisciplinary Trainings (Christine Johnson, Jenna Tilt, Paul Ries, Bruce Shindler)
                                            3. Questioning the Ethos of Efficiency: Can Flood Irrigation Function as a Green Infrastructure? (Jamie McEvoy)
                                            4. Experiences from teaching urban blue green structures at masters level. A case study from Norway (Anne-Karine Halvorsen Thorén, Deni Ruggeri, Ingrid Merete Ødegård)

                                            13:30-15:00 Implications Of a Multilevel, Social-ecological Systems Approach For Understanding Values

                                            Time: Tuesday, June 20, 13:30-15:00
                                            Location: Naturvetarhuset, N440

                                            The concept of values is core in the social sciences and in applied environmental or conservation contexts, primarily due to its importance in explain ...More Info

                                            1. A social-ecological systems conception of values and the dynamic nature of values (David Fulton, Michael Manfredo)
                                            2. Toward a multi-level framework for understanding the role of values and identity in intergroup conflict (Jeremy Bruskotter, Alia Dietsch, Kristina Slagle)
                                            3. Implications of a multilevel approach to values for natural resource governance: examining the values gap (Leeann Sullivan, Michael Manfredo, Tara Teel, Alia Dietsch)

                                            13:30-15:00 Energy, Place And Time: Temporal Dimensions Of Energy Transitions

                                            Time: Tuesday, June 20, 13:30-15:00
                                            Location: Naturvetarhuset, N460

                                            The session will discuss the temporal aspects of energy transition in relation to diverse energy sources including unconventional gas, hydropower and ...More Info

                                              15:15-19:00 Field Trips

                                              Time: Tuesday, June 20, 15:15-19:00
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                                                20:00-22:00 Young Professionals Event

                                                Time: Tuesday, June 20, 20:00-22:00
                                                Location: Hanson & Hammar at Bildmuseet

                                                  Wednesday, June 21

                                                  08:00-17:00 Registration

                                                  Time: Wednesday, June 21, 08:00-17:00
                                                  Location: Universum House, second floor

                                                    08:30-10:00 Planning For Rural-urban Dynamics: Living And Acting At Several Places (the PLURAL Project) - Part III

                                                    Time: Wednesday, June 21, 08:30-10:00
                                                    Location: Naturvetarhuset, N260

                                                    Over centuries rural areas have been formed by the close interrelationship between the people living there and the possibilities to make use of the la ...More Info

                                                    1. Absent neighbours and passive shareholders - the issue of residency and involvement in the management of a forest common (Stefan Sandström, Mahesh Poudyal, Solveig Berg Lejon, Gun Lidestav)
                                                    2. Balancing Different Forest Values: Evaluation of Forest Management Scenarios in a Multi-criteria Decision Analysis Framework (Jeannette Eggers, Sara Holmgren, Tomas Lämås, Torgny Lind, Eva-Maria Nordström, Karin Öhman)
                                                    3. The construction of sense of place among forest owners in Sweden: a qualitative study (Sabina Bergstén, Carina Keskitalo)

                                                    08:30-10:00 Applying The Unifying Negotiation Framework

                                                    Time: Wednesday, June 21, 08:30-10:00
                                                    Location: Naturvetarhuset, N300

                                                    The various “discourse intensive” approaches to natural resource decision-making are referred to by different name in different regions: collabora ...More Info

                                                      08:30-10:00 Interdisciplinary Perspectives On China's Air Pollution Crisis

                                                      Time: Wednesday, June 21, 08:30-10:00
                                                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N330

                                                      After decades of rapid economic growth, China's severe environmental problems epitomize the conference theme of "Bridging Protection and Development i ...More Info

                                                      1. “G20 Blue”: Campaign-Style Environmental Policy Enforcement in China (Yongdong Shen, Anna Ahlers)
                                                      2. Fighting Air Pollution with APPs: A Case Study of ”Blue Sky Map” and ”Environmental Observation” (Hongtao Li)
                                                      3. Facing the Dangers of Household Air Pollution in rural China (Kristin Aunan, Mette Halskov Hansen, Zhaohui Liu, Shuxiao Wang)
                                                      4. Public Perceptions of Air Pollution in China: Methodological Challenges (Bryan Tilt, Xiaoyue Li)

                                                      08:30-10:00 Learning In Natural Resource And Environmental Management: Pursuing Individual And Societal Transformation

                                                      Time: Wednesday, June 21, 08:30-10:00
                                                      Location: Naturvetarhuset, N350

                                                      The current state of the globe’s social-ecological systems presents multiple challenges, from climate change and biodiversity loss to global inequit ...More Info

                                                        08:30-10:00 Nordic Mountains: Experiences And Challenges For Sustainable And Policy Development

                                                        Time: Wednesday, June 21, 08:30-10:00
                                                        Location: Naturvetarhuset, N360

                                                        In this session we call for research papers primarily within the ​ social sciences addressing experiences and challenges related to topics concernin ...More Info

                                                        1. Defining and characterizing mountain areas and communities in Norway (Tor Arnesen, Kjell Overvåg)
                                                        2. Mountain Recreation Trends – Observations from Sweden (Peter Fredman, Tatiana Chekalina)
                                                        3. Rewilding in Norwegian mountains – conflicts with traditional husbandry grazing: The case of turning the Hjerkinn artillery range into a national park. (Hans Olav Bråtå)

                                                        08:30-10:00 Polycentric Governance, Multi-level Co-ordination And Prospects For Sustainability

                                                        Time: Wednesday, June 21, 08:30-10:00
                                                        Location: Naturvetarhuset, N380

                                                        The term polycentric governance was originally introduced by Ostrom, Tiebout and Warren (1961) as a vision of governance that embraced the potentially ...More Info

                                                        1. Co-Ordination Problems in Polycentric Governance (Susan Baker, Tatiana Kluvankova)
                                                        2. Governance for Sustainability in Cross-border European Regions: Polycentricity to Cope with Regional Polarization (Martin Špacek, Milan Husár)
                                                        3. Polycentricity of Forest Commons: Enhancing Social Innovation for Well-Being in Marginalised Regions in Europe? (Tatiana Kluvankova, Stanislava Brnkalakova, Andrej Udovc, Maria Nijnik, Miguel Sottomayor, Gun Lidestav)
                                                        4. “Different approaches to flood risk management in Sweden: the river groups in Ljungan and Ljusnan“ (Pär Olausson, Gertrud Alirani)
                                                        5. Devolving Power from the State: Local Initiatives for Nature Protection and Recreation (Katarina Eckerberg, Therese Bjarstig, Matilda Miljand, Irina Mancheva)

                                                        08:30-10:00 Protected Areas And Indigenous Peoples: Conservation Challenges And Solutions

                                                        Time: Wednesday, June 21, 08:30-10:00
                                                        Location: Naturvetarhuset, N410

                                                        The relationship between Indigenous peoples and protected areas is of global significance; the IUCN’s World Conservation and Parks Congresses have b ...More Info

                                                          08:30-10:00 The Public Interest In Private Land: Access, Use, Management, And Tensions Between Private Property And The Public Trust

                                                          Time: Wednesday, June 21, 08:30-10:00
                                                          Location: Naturvetarhuset, N420

                                                          This session focuses on democracy and lack of democracy in terms of access to, use of, and participation in the management of natural landscapes, as w ...More Info

                                                          1. Hunting, Democracy, and Community in Scotland, Norway, and the U.S. (Matthew Hoffman, Bjørn Egil Flø, Annie McKee)
                                                          2. The challenges of participatory and systemic environmental management: from aspiration to implementation (Antonia Eastwood, Anke Fischer, Anja Byg)
                                                          3. From 'Vision' to Reality; Emerging Public Opinion of Collaborative Management in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (Kathleen Epstein, Steven Smutko, Jessica Western)

                                                          10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

                                                          Time: Wednesday, June 21, 10:00-10:30
                                                          Location: Universum

                                                            12:00-13:30 Lunch (snr Editorial Board Meeting)

                                                            Time: Wednesday, June 21, 12:00-13:30
                                                            Location: Chambre Separe (Restaurant Hjortron at Universum)

                                                              13:30-15:00 Reflexive Forestry - Forest Management in a Transtemporal Perspective

                                                              Time: Wednesday, June 21, 13:30-15:00
                                                              Location: Naturvetarhuset, N300

                                                              The point of departure of this panel is that decisions about forest governance and management and are always made in the present – in the present-ti ...More Info

                                                                13:30-15:00 The Challenges Of Collaboration In Environmental Governance

                                                                Time: Wednesday, June 21, 13:30-15:00
                                                                Location: Naturvetarhuset, N320

                                                                Collaborative approaches to governance are being used to address some of the most difficult environmental issues across the world, but there is limite ...More Info

                                                                1. The Challenges of Collaborative Governance: Towards a New Research Agenda (Richard Margerum, Cathy Robinson, Ken Genskow)
                                                                2. The Challenges of Collaboration during the Implementation Phase: New Zealand’s Experience (Edward Weber, Jenna Knobloch)
                                                                3. The Challenges of Collaboration: Findings from maintaining multi-functional floodplains (Jan Fliervoet, Jeroen Warner, Toine Smits)

                                                                13:30-15:00 The Social Values Of Forests – Diverse Perspectives And Implications For Forest Planning

                                                                Time: Wednesday, June 21, 13:30-15:00
                                                                Location: Naturvetarhuset, N330

                                                                Even in countries with a strong tradition of forest production, there is an growing emphasis on not to solely manage forests for production but also f ...More Info

                                                                1. Stakeholder views on the social values of forests and the implications for forest governance (Anna Sténs, Therese Bjärstig, Camilla Sandström, Eva-Maria Nordström, Clas Fries, Johanna Johansson)
                                                                2. Not only for recreation – Diversity in forest values and beliefs about tree species in different counties in Sweden (Louise Eriksson)
                                                                3. Long-term forest planning for multiple values – combining wood production with forests for human wellbeing (Eva-Maria Nordström, Ylva Lundell, Ann Dolling)
                                                                4. Balancing landscape-level forest management between recreation and wood production (Jeannette Eggers, Anders Lindhagen, Torgny Lind, Tomas Lämås, Karin Öhman)

                                                                13:30-15:00 Tourism And Wilderness I: Still a Vital Yet Problematic Relationship?

                                                                Time: Wednesday, June 21, 13:30-15:00
                                                                Location: Naturvetarhuset, N350

                                                                Wilderness environments are considered to represent the last parts of ‘real’ and ‘wild’ nature, untouched by culture and the modern world. The ...More Info

                                                                1. Commercializing the unpredictable: Perspectives from wildlife watching tourism entrepreneurs in Sweden (Lusine Margaryan, Sandra Wall-Reinius)
                                                                2. “No one, I think, is in my tree… Misunderstanding all you see” - National park tourism and wilderness in Central Europe (Marius Mayer, Hubert Job)
                                                                3. Crowding in the desert – The conflicting use of the Sharquiyah Sands desert, Sultanate of Oman (Manuela Gutberlet)
                                                                4. Here, there and everywhere. Accessibility issues in coastal and marine national parks. (Andreas Skriver Hansen)

                                                                13:30-15:00 Place Attachment And Meaning I

                                                                Time: Wednesday, June 21, 13:30-15:00
                                                                Location: Naturvetarhuset, N360

                                                                1. ”I feel it is mine!” – Psychological ownership in relation to natural resources (Anne Matilainen, Mari Pohja-Mykrä, Merja Lähdesmäki, Sami Kurki)
                                                                2. Nature bonding and empowerment through tourism (Marianna Strzelecka, B. Bynum Boley, Kyle M. Woosnam, Celina Strzelecka)
                                                                3. Exploring the Relationship between Activity Involvement and Place Attachment (Chih-Yi Chen, Chia-Kuen Cheng)
                                                                4. The moderation effect of psychological resilience to the effect of place attachment on perceived environmental impact (yi-ju chen, chia-kuen cheng)

                                                                13:30-15:00 Pests And Invasive Species I

                                                                Time: Wednesday, June 21, 13:30-15:00
                                                                Location: Naturvetarhuset, N450

                                                                1. The Uncertainty of Attitude Certainty about Non-native Insect Threats (Ariana Cano, Kimberly Wallin)
                                                                2. The Cost of Attitude Indifference toward Non-Native Insect Threats (Ariana Cano, Walter Kuentzel, Brendan Fisher, Kimberly Wallin)
                                                                3. The efficacy of social norms as a tool for aquatic invasive species management (Kenneth Wallen, Gerard Kyle)
                                                                4. Encouraging public cooperation to better manage invasive species (Joseph Hamm, Meredith Gore)

                                                                15:00-15:30 Coffee Break

                                                                Time: Wednesday, June 21, 15:00-15:30
                                                                Location: Universum

                                                                  15:30-17:00 Mining In The North From a Resource Governance Perspective

                                                                  Time: Wednesday, June 21, 15:30-17:00
                                                                  Location: Naturvetarhuset, N260

                                                                  One of the most prominent characteristics of extractive industries, in the Arctic as well as globally, is the recurrence of boom and bust cycles, in p ...More Info

                                                                  1. Mining regions in transition: legacies of resource extraction in post-extraction futures (Dag Avango)
                                                                  2. Regional development and land-use conflicts in northern Sweden (Joakim Byström, Svante Karlsson)
                                                                  3. Social and demographic changes associated with the end of mining activity in Malå district of Västerbotten (Dean Carsson, Lena Maria Nilsson)
                                                                  4. A role for authority supervision in impact assessment? Examples from Finnish EIA Reviews (Lovisa Solbär, E. Carina H. Keskitalo)

                                                                  15:30-17:00 Tourism And Wilderness II: Still a Vital Yet Problematic Relationship?

                                                                  Time: Wednesday, June 21, 15:30-17:00
                                                                  Location: Naturvetarhuset, N350

                                                                  Wilderness environments are considered to represent the last parts of ‘real’ and ‘wild’ nature, untouched by culture and the modern world. The ...More Info

                                                                  1. Constructing Wilderness and Wilderness Utilisation: Political Ecologies and the Governance of Finnish Wilderness Areas (Jarkko Saarinen)
                                                                  2. Protected areas in local communities (Inga Marie Skavhaug)
                                                                  3. Wilderness protection in Iceland – why, where and for whom? (Thorvardur Arnason)
                                                                  4. Icelanders’ wilderness perception and experience (Rannveig Ólafsdóttir, Anna Dóra Sæþórsdóttir)
                                                                  5. Managing ‘Fair’ Access (And Protection) In National Parks Through A New Lens Of ‘R’ - Which No Longer Represents Responsibility! (Richard Stones)

                                                                  15:30-17:00 Policy Instruments To Manage Human-wildlife Conflicts

                                                                  Time: Wednesday, June 21, 15:30-17:00
                                                                  Location: Naturvetarhuset, N460

                                                                  As part of the project “Grazing resources, carnivores and local communities (LOCAL CARNIVORE)” a workshops is arranged to carry out a comparative ...More Info

                                                                    17:30-19:30 Student Quiz Bowl

                                                                    Time: Wednesday, June 21, 17:30-19:30
                                                                    Location: Studion located in Folkets Hus Applet

                                                                    Fun, competitive team event where students test their IASNR and environmental social science knowledge in front of a boisterous audience. Bar and snac ...More Info

                                                                      20:00 Banquet at Äpplet

                                                                      Time: Wednesday, June 21, 20:00
                                                                      Location: Folkets Hus Applet

                                                                        Thursday, June 22

                                                                        08:00-12:00 Registration

                                                                        Time: Thursday, June 22, 08:00-12:00
                                                                        Location: Universum House, second floor

                                                                          10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

                                                                          Time: Thursday, June 22, 10:00-10:30
                                                                          Location: Universum

                                                                            10:30-12:00 Environmental Attitudes and Support for Management Practices

                                                                            Time: Thursday, June 22, 10:30-12:00
                                                                            Location: Naturvetarhuset, N350

                                                                            1. Well-being benefits from urban forests and greenspace for diverse sections of society (Liz O'Brien, Rik DeVreese, Erdogan Atmis, Anton Olafsson, Michael Brennan, Thomas Panagopoulos, Sjerp de Vries, Maren Kern, Gentin Sarah)
                                                                            2. Environmental Attitude of Nature Based (International) Tourists in Nepal (Kamal Thapa)
                                                                            3. Across the Northern Plains: Comparing Environmental Attitudes, Values, and Practices of Ag Producers in the Great Plains Transition Region (Joshua Fergen, Matthew Barnett, Jeffrey Jacquet)
                                                                            4. Evaluating the Household Dynamics of Wildlife Value Orientations (Kalysha Clark, Katie Cupp, Crystal Phelps, Nils Peterson, Kathryn Stevenson, Christopher Serenari)

                                                                            12:00-14:00 Lunch (on Your Own)

                                                                            Time: Thursday, June 22, 12:00-14:00
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