Tomas Koontz
Tomas Koontz
Professor of Environmental Policy, University of Washington Tacoma
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What do we know and need to know about the environmental outcomes of collaborative management?
TM Koontz, CW Thomas
Public administration review 66, 111-121, 2006
Collaborative environmental management: What roles for Government-1
TM Koontz, TA Steelman, JA Carmin, KS Korfmacher, C Moseley, ...
Routledge, 2010
Research note a typology of collaborative watershed groups: Citizen-based, agency-based, and mixed partnerships
EA Moore, TM Koontz
Society &Natural Resources 16 (5), 451-460, 2003
One size does not fit all: Matching breadth of stakeholder participation to watershed group accomplishments
TM Koontz, EM Johnson
Policy Sciences 37 (2), 185-204, 2004
We finished the plan, so now what? Impacts of collaborative stakeholder participation on land use policy
TM Koontz
Policy studies journal 33 (3), 459-481, 2005
From planning to implementation: Top‐down and bottom‐up approaches for collaborative watershed management
TM Koontz, J Newig
Policy Studies Journal 42 (3), 416-442, 2014
Multi-level governance, policy implementation and participation: the EU's mandated participatory planning approach to implementing environmental policy
J Newig, TM Koontz
Journal of European public policy 21 (2), 248-267, 2014
Collaboration for sustainability? A framework for analyzing government impacts in collaborative-environmental management
TM Koontz
Sustainability: Science, Practice and Policy 2 (1), 15-24, 2006
Money talks? But to whom? Financial versus nonmonetary motivations in land use decisions
TM Koontz
Society & Natural Resources 14 (1), 51-65, 2001
Citizen participation in collaborative watershed partnerships
B Koehler, TM Koontz
Environmental management 41 (2), 143, 2008
Adaptive management of the global climate problem: bridging the gap between climate research and climate policy
J Arvai, G Bridge, N Dolsak, R Franzese, T Koontz, A Luginbuhl, ...
Climatic Change 78 (1), 217-225, 2006
When “community” is not enough: Institutions and values in community-based forest management in southern Indiana
CC Gibson, T Koontz
Human ecology 26 (4), 621-647, 1998
Adaptive institutions in social-ecological systems governance: a synthesis framework
TM Koontz, D Gupta, P Mudliar, P Ranjan
Environmental Science & Policy 53, 139-151, 2015
Stumbling forward: The organizational challenges of building and sustaining collaborative watershed management
JE Bonnell, TM Koontz
Society & Natural Resources 20 (2), 153-167, 2007
Reducing nonpoint source pollution through collaboration: policies and programs across the US States
SD Hardy, TM Koontz
Environmental Management 41 (3), 301-310, 2008
Theory into practice: implementing ecosystem management objectives in the USDA Forest Service
KF Butler, TM Koontz
Environmental management 35 (2), 138-150, 2005
Rules for collaboration: institutional analysis of group membership and levels of action in watershed partnerships
SD Hardy, TM Koontz
Policy Studies Journal 37 (3), 393-414, 2009
Implementing ecosystem management in public agencies: lessons from the US Bureau of Land Management and the Forest Service
TM Koontz, J Bodine
Conservation Biology 22 (1), 60-69, 2008
The farmer, the planner, and the local citizen in the dell: how collaborative groups plan for farmland preservation
TM Koontz
Landscape and urban planning 66 (1), 19-34, 2003
Federalism in the forest: National versus state natural resource policy
TM Koontz
Georgetown University Press, 2002
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