Baird, A. 2012. Protector, Provider, Visionary, and Caretaker: Using Streamside Property Management Decisions to Guide Watershed Education [Abstract]. USDA-NIFA National Water Quality Meeting Procedings.
Wilson, R.S., A. Baird, D. Hersha, and K. Slage. 2012. Understanding the Risk Information Processing of Residents in an Urbanizing Watershed [Abstract]. USDA-NIFA National Water Quality Meeting Proceedings.
Slage, K. and R. S. Wilson. Dec 11, 2012. Water quality risks and dual-system processing. Risk Analysis: Advancing Analysis. 2012 Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, San Francisco, CA.
Slagle, K., R. S. Wilson, and A. Baird. Oct. 4, 2012. If only they knew: Understanding the risk information processing of residents in an urbanizing watershed. 4th International EcoSummit: Ecological Sustainability. Restoring the Planets Ecosystem Services, Columbus, OH.
Slagle, K., K. Waller, R.S. Wilson and A. Baird. 2012. Public perceptions of central Ohio streams: A descriptive report stream health related knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and behaviors in the Rocky Fork and Blacklick Creek Watersheds. The Ohio State University, School of Environment and Natural Resources.
Hersha, D.K., R.S. Wilson and A. Baird. 2011. An expert perspective on citizen decisions regarding stream and watershed stewardship in an urbanizing midwestern United States watershed. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. Available online here.
Baird, A., R.S. Wilson, and D.K Hersha. 2011. Designing Watershed Education Efforts Through A Mental Models Research Approach [Abstract]. USDA-NIFA National Water Quality Meeting Proceedings. Available online here.
Baird, A. 2011. Decisions on the Edge: An In-Depth Qualitative Case Study of Streamside Landowner Management Decisions in an Urbanizing Ohio Watershed. Doctoral Dissertation. The Ohio State University, 313 pages. Available online here.
Bonnell, J., A. Baird, R. Livingston, and D. Hersha. 2010. Ways of knowing water. 4-H Project Idea Starter. Accessed on October 29, 2010 (Published).
Ways of Knowing Water (Available online here)
Information on youth misconceptions regarding streams and watersheds was developed into science content for the publication of a 4H “Idea Starter.” The Idea Starter “Ways of Knowing Water” encourages 4H club members to independently explore streams and watersheds from the realms of science/natural history, creative expression, and their homes and communities. The project Ideas Starter will be located on both the 4H of Ohio websites and in a list of projects that goes out to all interested 4H members and their families as well as located on the Ohio Watershed Networks’ Watershed Education page.
D.K. Hersha, R.S. Wilson, and A. Baird. 2010. What high school students and parents know and do not know about stream and watershed health: Knowledge gap indentification through a mental models approach [Abstract]. USDA-NIFA National Water Quality Meeting Proceedings. http://www.usawaterquality.org/conferences/2010/PosterPDF/Hersha.pdf. Accessed on July 26, 2010. [Edited Reviewed] (Published).