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The Human Dimensions of Forest and Tree Health
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Chapter 1 Introducing the human dimensions of forest and tree health; Julie Urquhart, Mariella Marzano, Clive Potter.- Chapter 2 English tree populations: economics, agency and the problem of the "natural"; Tom Williamson, Gerry Barnes, Toby Pillatt.- Chapter 3 Local knowledge on tree health in forest villages in Turkey; Akile Gursoy.- Chapter 4 Mountain pine beetles and ecological imaginaries: The social construction of forest insect disturbance; Elizabeth W. Prentice, Hua Qin, Courtney G. Flint.- Chapter 5 Indigenous biosecurity: Maori responses to Kauri Dieback and Myrtle Rust in Aotearoa, New Zealand; Simon Lambert, Nick Waipara, Amanda Black, Melanie Mark-Shadbolt, Waitangi Wood.- Chapter 6 User generated content: what can the forest health sector learn?; John Fellenor, Julie Barnett, Glyn Jones.- Chapter 7 The social amplification of tree health risks: The case of ash dieback disease in the UK; Julie Urquhart, Clive Potter, Julie Barnett, John Fellenor, John Mumford, Chris Quine.- Chapter 8 Implementing plant health regulations with focus on invasive forest pests and pathogens: examples from Swedish forest nurseries; E. Carina H. Keskitalo, Caroline Stroemberg, Johanna Boberg, Maartje Klapwijk, Maria Pettersson, Jonas Oliva Palau, Jan Stenlid.- Chapter 9 The economics analysis of plant health and the needs of policy makers; Glyn Jones.- Chapter 10 Stated willingness to pay for tree health protection: perceptions and realities; Colin Price.- Chapter 11 The use of rubrics to improve integration and engagement between biosecurity agencies and their key partners and stakeholders: a surveillance example; Will Allen, Andrea Grant, Lynsey Earl, Rory MacLellan, Nick Waipara, Melanie Mark-Shadbolt, Shaun Ogilvie, ER (Lisa) Langer, Mariella Marzano.- Chapter 12 Enhancing socio-technological innovation for tree health through stakeholder participation in biosecurity science; Mariella Marzano, Rehema White, Glyn Jones.- Chapter 13 Gaming with deadwood: How to better teach forest protection when bugs are lurking everywhere; Marian Dragoi.- Chapter 14 The effects of mountain pine beetle on drinking water quality: Assessing communication strategies and knowledge levels in the Rocky Mountain Region; Katherine M. Mattor, Stuart P. Cottrell, Michael R. Czaja, John D. Stednick, Eric R.V. Dickenson.- Chapter 15 Forest collaborative groups engaged in forest health issues in eastern Oregon - Emily Jane Davis, Eric M. White, Meagan L. Nuss, Donald R. Ulrich.- Chapter 16 Environmental ethics of forest health: Alternative stories of Asian longhorn beetle management in the UK; Norman Dandy, Emily Porth, Ros Hague.- Chapter 17 Towards a more-than-human approach to tree health; Alison Dyke, Annemarieke de Bruin, Hilary Geoghegan.- Chapter 18 Towards an agenda for social science contributions on the human dimensions of forest health; Mariella Marzano & Julie Urquhart.

About the Author

Julie Urquhart is a Senior Research Fellow at the Countryside & Community Research Institute, University of Gloucestershire, UK.
Mariella Marzano is a Senior Social Scientist in Forest Research at the Northern Research Station, UK.
Clive Potter is Professor of Environmental Policy at the Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London, UK.

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