Journal articles (student supervisees underlined)

55. Blair BW, Zimny-Schmitt D, Rudd MA. U.S. News media coverage of pharmaceutical pollution in the aquatic environment: a content analysis of the issues, solutions, and actors. Environmental Management, 60, 314–322.

54. Grantham RW, Rudd MA. 2017. Household susceptibility to hydrological change in the Lower Mekong Basin. Natural Resources Forum, 41: 3-17.

53. Hejnowicz AP, Rudd MA. 2017. The value landscape in ecosystem services: value, value wherefore art thou value? Sustainability 9, 850

52. LaLone CA, Ankley GT, Belanger SE, Embry MR, Hodges G, Knapen D, Munn S, Perkins EJ, Rudd MA, Villeneuve DL, Whelan M, Willett C, Zhang X, Hecker M. 2017. Advancing the Adverse Outcome Pathway framework: an international horizon scanning approach. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 36, 1411-1421.

51. Mason J, Crowder L, Rudd MA. 2017. Ocean research priorities: similarities and differences among scientists, policymakers, and fishermen in the United States. BioScience. In press.

50. Rudd MA. 2017. What a decade (2006-15) of journal abstracts can tell us about trends in ocean and coastal sustainability challenges and solutionsFrontiers in Marine Science 4, 170.

49. Baldwin C, Lewison RL, Lieske SN, Beger M, Hines E, Dearden P, Jones C, Rudd MA, Junchompoo C, Satumanatpan S. 2016. Using the DPSIR framework for transdisciplinary training and knowledge elicitation in the Gulf of Thailand. Ocean & Coastal Management 134: 163–172.

48. Sutton AM and Rudd AM. 2016. Crossing science-policy-societal boundaries to reduce scientific and institutional uncertainty in small-scale fisheries. Environmental Management 58: 565–584. 

47. Hejnowicz AP, Rudd MA and White PCL. 2016. The role of advisors and agri-environment scheme performance: the case of England’s environmental stewardship. Land Use Policy 55: 240-256.

46. Lawton RN and Rudd MA. 2016. Scientific evidence, expert entrepreneurship, and ecosystem narratives in the UK Natural Environment White Paper. Environmental Science and Policy 61: 24-32.

45. Lewison RL, Rudd MA, Al Hayek W, Baldwin C, Beger M, Lieske SN, Jones C, Satumanatpan S, Junchompoo C, Hines E (2016). How the DPSIR framework can be used for structuring problems and facilitating empirical research in coastal systems. Environmental Science and Policy 56: 110-119.

44. Rudd MA, Andres A, Kilfoil M (2016). Non-use economic values for little-known aquatic species at risk: comparing choice experiment results from surveys focused on species, guilds and ecosystems. Environmental Management,

43. Sutton AM, Rudd MA (2016). Factors influencing community fishers’ leadership engagement in international small-scale fisheries. Frontiers in Marine Science,

42. Wang X, Howley P, Boxall ABA, Rudd MA (2016). Behavior, preferences and willingness to pay for measures aimed at preventing pollution by pharmaceuticals and personal care products in China. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Monitoring, in press.

41. Grantham RW, Rudd MA (2015). Current status and future needs of economics research of inland fisheries. Fisheries Management and Ecology 22: 458–471.

40. Hejnowicz AP, Kennedy H, Huxham MR, Rudd MA (2015). Harnessing the climate mitigation, conservation and poverty alleviation potential of seagrasses: prospects for developing blue carbon initiatives and payment for ecosystem service programmes. Frontiers in Marine Science 2: 32.

39. Rudd MA (2015). Scientists’ framing of the ocean science-policy interface. Global Environmental Change 33: 44-60.

38. Rudd MA (2015). Pathways from marine protected area design and management to ecological success. PeerJ, 3, e1424.

37. Rudd MA (2015). Awareness of humanities, arts and social science (HASS) research is related to patterns of citizens’ community and cultural engagement. Social Sciences 4: 313-338.

36. Sutton AM, Rudd MA (2015). The effect of leadership and other contextual conditions on the ecological and socio-economic success of small-scale fisheries in Southeast Asia. Ocean and Coastal Management 114: 102-115.

35. Wang X, Boxall ABA, Howley P, Rudd MA (2015). Priority research questions on the environmental impacts of pharmaceutical and personal care products in China: insights from Chinese scientists. Chinese Journal of Urban and Environmental Studies, in press.

34. Hallstrom L, Finseth N, Macklin P, Parkins J, Mundel K, Watson P, Rudd MA, Baugh D, Gervais J, Keay D (2014). Alberta’s priority rural research questions. Journal of Rural and Community Development 9: 144-162.

33. Hejnowicz AP, Raffaelli DG, Rudd MA and White PCL (2014). Digging deeper: a critical appraisal of payments for ecosystem services programs. Ecosystem Services 9:83-97.

32. Lawton RN and Rudd MA (2014). A narrative approach to environmental conservation. AMBIO 43: 849–857.

31. Rudd MA (2014). Scientists’ perspectives on global ocean research priorities. Frontiers in Marine Science 1: 36.

30. Rudd MA, Boxall ABA, Ankley GT, Brooks BW (2014). Global research priorities for pharmaceuticals and personal care products in the environment. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Monitoring 10: 576-587.

29. Rudd MA and Fleishman E (2014). Policymakers’ and scientists’ ranks of the top 40 priorities for science to inform resource-management policy in the United States. BioScience 64: 219-228 (Editor’s Choice OA).

28. Sutton AM, Rudd MA (2014). Deciphering contextual influences on community leaders in community-based fisheries management. Marine Policy 50 (Part A): 261-269.

27. Brooks BW, Ankley GT Boxall ABA, Rudd MA (2013). Towards sustainable environmental quality: a call to prioritize global research needs. Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 9: 179-180.

26. Donaldson MR, Raby GD, Nguyen VN, Hinch SG, Patterson DA, Farrell AP, Rudd MA, Thompson LA, O’Connor CM, Colotelo AH, McConnachie SH, Cook KV, Robichaud D, English KK, Cooke SJ (2013). Evaluation of a simple technique for recovering fish from capture stress: integrating physiology, biotelemetry, and social science to solve a conservation problem. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70: 90-100.

25. Lawton RN and Rudd MA (2013a). Strange bedfellows: conservation science and central government in the United Kingdom. Resources 2: 114-127.

24. Lawton RN and Rudd MA (2013b). Crossdisciplinary research contributions to the United Kingdom’s national ecosystem assessment. Ecosystem Services 5: 149-159.

23. Nguyen VM, Rudd MA, Hinch SG, Cooke SJ (2013). Recreational anglers’ attitudes and behaviors relevant for Pacific salmon conservation and management in British Columbia. Journal of Environmental Management 128: 852-865.

22. Rudd MA and Lawton RN (2013). Scientists’ prioritization of global coastal research questions. Marine Policy 39:101-111.

21. Boxall, ABA., Rudd MA, Brooks BW, Caldwell DJ, Choi K, Hickmann S, Innes E, Ostapyk K, Staveley JP, Verslycke T, Ankley GT, Beazley KF, Belanger SE, Berninger JP, Garriquiriborde P, Coors A, DeLeo PC, Dyer SD, Ericson JF, Gagné F, Giesy JP, Hallstrom L, Karlsson M, Larsson DGJ, Lazorchak JM, Mastrocco F, McLaughlin A, McMaster ME, Meyerhoff RD, Moore R, Parrott JL, Snape JR, Murray-Smith R, Servos MR, Sibley PK, Straub JO, Szabo ND, Topp E, Tetreault GR, Trudeau VL and van der Kraak G (2012). Pharmaceuticals and personal care products in the environment: what are the big questions? Environmental Health Perspectives 120(9): 1221–1229.

20. Nguyen VM, Rudd MA, Hinch SG, and Cooke SJ (2012). Differences in information use and preferences among recreational salmon anglers: implications for management initiatives to promote responsible fishing. Human Dimension of Wildlife 17: 248-256.

19. Raheem N, Colt S, Fleishman E, Talberth J, Swedeen P, Boyle KJ, Rudd MA, Lopez RD, Crocker D, Bohan D, O’Higgins T, Willer C, and Boumans RM (2012). Application of non-market valuation to California coastal policy decisions. Marine Policy 36: 1166–1171.

18. Fleishman E, Blockstein D, Hall JA, Mascia MB, Rudd MA, Scott JM, Sutherland WJ, Baldwin, T., Bartuska AM, Brown AG, Christen CA, Clement J, Collins MG, Duke CD, Eaton M, Eichbaum B, Fiske SJ, Klein ML, Marqusee J, Noon BR, Nordgren J, Orbuch P, Powell J, Saterson KA, Savitt C, Stein B, Webster MS, Vedder A (2011). America’s Top 40 priorities for policy-relevant conservation science. BioScience 61: 291-300.

17. Rudd, MA (2011). Scientists’ opinions on the global status and management of biological diversity. Conservation Biology 25: 1165-1175.

16. Rudd MA (2011). How research-prioritization exercises affect conservation policy. Conservation Biology 25: 860-866.

15. Rudd MA. (2011) An exploratory analysis of societal preferences for research-driven quality of life improvements in Canada. Social Indicators Research 101: 127-153

14. Rudd MA, Beazley KF, Cooke SJ, Fleishman E, Lane DE, Mascia MB, Roth R, Tabor G, Bakker JA, Bellefontaine T, Berteaux D, Cantin B, Chaulk KF, Cunningham K, Dobell R, Fast E, Ferrara N, Findlay CS, Hallstrom LK, Hammond T, Hermantuz L, Hutchings JA, Lindsay KE, Marta TJ, Nguyen VM, Northey G, Prior K, Ramirez-Sanchez S, Rice J, Sleep DJH, Szabo ND, Trottier G, Toussaint JP, Veilleux JP (2011). Generation of priority research questions to inform conservation policy and management at a national level. Conservation Biology 25: 476-484.

13. Rudd MA, Pelletier N, Tyedmers P (2011). Preferences for health and environmental attributes of farmed salmon amongst southern Ontario salmon consumers. Aquaculture Economics and Management 15:1-28.

12. Sutherland WJ, Fleishman E, Mascia MB, Pretty J, Rudd MA (2011). Methods for collaborative identification of policy-relevant research priorities, policy options, and emerging issues. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2: 238–247.

11. Cooke SJ, Danylchuk AJ, Kaiser MJ, Rudd MA. (2010). Is there a need for a ‘100 questions exercise’ to enhance fisheries and aquatic conservation, policy, management and research? Lessons from a global 100 questions exercise on conservation of biodiversity. Journal of Fish Biology 76: 2261-2286

10. Mooers AO, Doak DF, Green DM, Grouios C, Manne LL, Rashvand A, Rudd MA, Whitton J. (2010). Science, policy, and species at risk in Canada. BioScience 60(10): 843-849.

09. Wiber MG, Rudd MA, Pinkerton E, Charles AT, and Bull A (2010). Integrated Coastal Management implementation challenges from a community perspective: ‘stealth privatization’ of a Canadian clam fishery. Marine Policy 34: 598–605.

08. Rudd MA (2009). National values for regional aquatic species at risk in Canada. Endangered Species Research 6: 239-249.

07. Rudd MA (2009). Nonmarket economic valuation and ‘The Economist’s Fallacy’. Journal of Multidisciplinary Evaluation 5: 93-96.

06. Rudd MA (2004). An institutional framework for designing and monitoring ecosystem-based fisheries management policy experiments. Ecological Economics 48: 109-124.

05. Rudd MA, Tupper MH, Folmer H and van Kooten GC (2003). Policy analysis for tropical marine reserves: directions and challenges. Fish and Fisheries 4: 65-85.

04. Rudd MA and Tupper MH (2002). The impact of Nassau grouper size and abundance on scuba diver site selection and MPA economics. Coastal Management 30: 133-151.

03. Tupper MH and Rudd MA (2002). Species-specific impacts of a small marine reserve on reef fish production and fishing productivity in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Environmental Conservation 29: 484-492.

02. Rudd MA (2001). The non-consumptive economic value of spiny lobster, Panulirus argus, in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Environmental Conservation 28: 226-234.

01. Rudd MA (2000). Live long and prosper: collective action, social capital and social vision. Ecological Economics 34: 131-144.