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Brehm, Joan M., Danielle Pasko, Brian W. Eisenhauer. 2013 “Identifying key factors in homeowner’s adoption of water quality Best Management Practices” Environmental Management, Volume 52, No. 1, pg. 113-122
Brehm, Joan M., Brian W. Eisenhauer, and Richard C. Stedman. 2013 “Environmental Concern: Examining the Role of Place Meaning and Place Attachment” Society and Natural Resources, Volume 26, No. 5, Pg. 522-538.
Brinkman, E., E. Seekamp, et al. 2012 “Community Capacity for Watershed Conservation: A Quantitative Assessment of Indicators and Core Dimensions.” Environmental Management. Vol. 50, No. 4, pg. 736-749.
Christopher Slemp, M. A. Davenport, E. Seekamp, J.M. Brehm, J.E. Schoonover, K.W.J. Williard. 2012. “Growing Too Fast:” Local Stakeholders Speak Out about Growth and Its Consequences for Community Well-Being in the Urban-Rural Interface” Landscape and Urban Planning, Volume 106, Issue 2, Pg. 139-148.
Joan M. Brehm and Brian W. Eisenhauer. 2008. “Motivations for participating in Community-Supported Agriculture and their relationship with community attachment and social capital.” Southern Rural Sociology, Vol. 23, No. 1, pg. 94-115.
Joan M. Brehm. 2007. “Community attachment unpacked: The complexities of the natural environment dimension.” Human Ecology,Vol. 35, No. 4, pp. 477-488.
Joan M. Brehm, Brian W. Eisenhauer, and Richard S. Krannich. 2006. “Community attachments as predictors of local environmental concern: The case for multiple dimensions of attachment.” American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. 50, No. 2. pg. 142-165.
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