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Eric Jones

  • Ph.D.
  • Associate Professor of Research (Courtesy)
  • University of Oregon
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  • 163CitationsNumber of citations received by Eric's publications. Updated daily.

Publications (20)

  • Characteristics of non-industrial private forest owners interested in managing their land for nontimber forest products

    • McLain R
    • Jones E
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    3Citations
  • Challenges and approaches to assessing the market value of wild fungi

    • Alexander S
    • Mclain R
    • Jones E
    • et al.
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    1Citations
  • Seasonal Calendar of Commercially Harvested Nontimber Forest Products: Income Opportunities From Pacific Northwest Forests

    • Buttolph L
    • Jones E
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  • Decision Support Systems and Multi-Stakeholder Environmental Problem Solving: Effects on Public Participation, Equity and Power.

    • Eric T. Jones
    • Greg Hill
    • Rebecca McLain
    • et al.
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    N/ACitations
  • Kalapuya: A Long Tradition of Stewardship in the Willamette Valley

    • DeHeer A
    • Jones E
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  • Traditional Fiber Plants of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde in the West Eugene Wetlands

    • Archuletta G
    • Teena Jeffers
    • DeHeer A
    • et al.
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    N/ACitations
  • Traditional Food Plants of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde in the West Eugene Wetlands

    • Archuletta G
    • Teena Jeffers
    • DeHeer A
    • et al.
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    N/ACitations
  • Ethnographic Study of Computer-Implemented Decision Support Systems

    • Jones, Eric T.; Hill G
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  • Incorporating understanding of informal economic activity in natural resource and economic development policy

    • McLain R
    • Alexander S
    • Jones E
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    N/ACitations
  • Integrating commercial nontimber forest product harvesters into forest management

    • Jones E
    • Lynch K
    N/AReaders
    1Citations
  • Traditional and local ecological knowledge about forest biodiversity in the Pacific Northwest

    • Chamley S
    • Fischer A
    • Jones E
    N/AReaders
    4Citations
  • Integrating traditional and local ecological knowledge into forest biodiversity conservation in the Pacific Northwest

    • Charnley S
    • Fischer A
    • Jones E
    N/AReaders
    71Citations
  • Nontimber forest products and biodiversity management in the Pacific Northwest

    • Jones E
    • Lynch K
    N/AReaders
    N/ACitations
  • Broadening participation in biological monitoring: Handbook for scientists and managers

    • Pilz D
    • Ballard H
    • Jones E
    N/AReaders
    2Citations
  • The Importance of an Integrated Research Approach

    • Jones E
    • McLain R
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  • Expanding non-timber forest product harvester/buyer participation in Pacific Northwest forest policy

    • McLain R
    • Jones E
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  • Recent trends: Non-timber forest product pickers in the Pacific Northwest

    • Hansis R
    • Jones E
    • McLain R
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  • Why is NTFP Harvesting an "Issue"? Excluding Local Knowledge and the Paradigm Crisis of Temperate Forestry

    • Love T
    • Jones E
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  • Grounds for argument: Local understandings, science, and global processes in special forest products harvesting

    • Love T
    • Jones E
    N/AReaders
    0Citations
  • The MAB Mushroom Study as a teaching case example of interdisciplinary and sustainable forestry research

    • McLain R
    • Jones E
    • Liegel L
    N/AReaders
    4Citations