PUBLICATIONS:

Relational approaches to science communication and engagement
Water
    • Parker, D.T. and F.R Kearns. 2016. California's water paradox: Why enough will never be enough. The California Journal of Politics and Policy 8(3) dx.doi.org/10.5070/P2cjpp8331698.
    • Kearns, F.R and D.T. Parker. 2015. What would it take to end California’s drought? The Conversation and Newsweek, September 2015.
    • Parker, D.T. and F.R Kearns. 2015. California's water paradox: Why enough will never be enoughThe ConversationNewsweek, and BBC, May 2015. Spanish summary also available.
    • Kearns, F.R. 2014. 5 key facts about the California drought—and 5 ways we’re responding to itHippo Reads, December 2014. Spanish summary also available.
    • Kearns, F.R., N.M. Kelly, J.L. Carter, and V.H. Resh. 2005. The use of landscape pattern metrics to quantify spatial configuration in a watershed contextLandscape Ecology 20:113–125.
    • Fend, S. V., J. L. Carter, and F. R. Kearns. 2005. Relationships of field habitat measurements, visual habitat indices, and land cover to benthic macroinvertebrates in urbanized streams of the Santa Clara Valley, California. Pages 193-212 in L.R. Brown, R.H. Gray, R. M. Hughes, and M.R. Meador (eds) Effects of urbanization on stream ecosystems. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 47, Bethesda, Maryland.
    • Harris, R.R., S.D. Kocher, J. Gerstein, F.R. Kearns, D.L. Lindquist, D. Lewis, J. LeBlanc, W.E. Weaver, and N.M. Kelly. 2003. Monitoring fish habitat restoration projects. Pages 1-213 in B. Collins (ed.) Interim Restoration Effectiveness and Validation Monitoring Protocols, California Coastal Salmonid Restoration Monitoring and Evaluation Program. 320 pp., Ca. Dept. of Fish and Game, Fortuna, CA. (report)
    • Kearns, F.R. 2003. The Relationship Between Physical Habitat and Biology in Freshwater Ecosystems. ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing.
    • Kearns, F.R. 1998. Fisheries as experimental systems in ecology. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 79(2):165-166. 
Misc
    • Kearns, F.R. 1997. Scientific opportunities created by the newly consolidated U.S. Geological Survey and National Biological Service. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78(2):157-158.
    • Kearns, F.R. 1997. Human population and consumption: What are the ecological limits? Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 78(2):161-163. 

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