Human dimensions of natural resource management; human environment systems analyses; environmental social psychology
B.S., Agricultural Mechanization and Operations Management, University of Dschang
M.S., Water Resources Science, University of Minnesota
Ph.D., Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management, University of Minnesota
- ESRM 200 | Society and Sustainable Environments (5) - Winter
- ESRM 371 | Environmental Sociology (5) - Autumn
- SEFS 504 | Research Processes in Forest Resources (4) - Spring
Current Sponsored Projects
- In-depth Analyses of Interviews with Forest Fire Stakeholders in Mount Hood and Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forests
The purpose of this agreement is to conduct further in-depth analysis to explore the presence and salience of political forces and perceived community-agency relations on community tolerance of forest fires and smoke and related management practices
- Statistical Support for People and Their Environments
We will support statistical analysis of social science data such as that from RESTORE and other projects. Current needs include assistance with hierarchical linear modeling, structural equation modeling, and appropriate techniques to combine quantitative social science data with quantitative ecological data in a single analysis.
Asah, S.T. 2015. Transboundary Hydro-Politics and Climate Change Rhetoric: An Emerging Hydro-Security Complex in the Lake Chad Basin. WIREs Water: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews 2:37-45.
Stanley T. Asah. 2015. Post 2015 Development Agenda: Human Agency and the Inoperability of the Sustainable Development Architecture. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 16(4): 631-636.
Steiner Davis, M,L.E, Asah, S.T., Fly, M.. 2015. Family Forest Owners’ Forest Management Understandings: Identifying Opportunities and Audiences for Effective Outreach and Education. Forest Science 61(1):105-113.
Asah, ST, Lenentine, M.M., Blahna, D.J. 2014. Benefits of Urban Landscape Eco-Volunteerism: Mixed Methods Segmentation Analysis and Implications for Volunteer Retention. Landscape and Urban Planning 123:108-113.
Asah, ST. 2014. Professionals’ Perspectives: Exporing the Occupational and Organizational Psychology of Community-Agency Interactions in Forest Fire Management. Forestry: An International Journal of Forest Research 87(4):552-561.