(Updated Sept 2021)
Gilbertz, SJ, Hall, DM. 2022. Bringing Sustainability to the Ground Level: Competing Demands in the Yellowstone River Valley. Foreword by Hoffman, Andrew J. New York: Business Expert Press. ISBN 9781637421482
Hall, DM, Gilbertz, SJ, Anderson, MA, Avellaneda, P, Ficklin, DL, Knouft, JH., Lowry CS, 2021. Mechanisms for engaging social systems in freshwater science research. Freshwater Science, 40(1): 245–251.
Knouft, JH, Botero-Acosta, A, Wu, C, Charry, B, Chu, ML, Dell, AI, Hall, DM, Herrington, SJ. 2021. The potential of riparian buffers to serve as climate adaptation tools for the sustainability of flow and thermal regimes in riverine systems. Sustainability, 13, 1877. DOI: 10.3390/su13041877
*Emerson MR, Hall DM, Gilbertz SJ. 2021. Pipeline pipedreams: Oil spills, pipeline accidents, and the local truths embedding fossil fuels in the Yellowstone River valley, United States. Energy Research & Social Science, 72.
Schulz, JH, Wilhelm Stanis, SA, Hall, DM, Webb, EB. 2021. Until it’s a regulation it’s just not my fight: Complexities of a voluntary nonlead hunting ammunition program. Journal of Environmental Management, 277(1) 10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111438
Schulz, JH, Wilhelm Stanis, SA, Morgan M, Li, CJ, Hall, DM, Webb, EB. 2021. Perspectives from natural resource professionals: Attitudes on lead ammunition risks and use of nonlead ammunition. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, accepted
Avellaneda, PM, Ficklin, DL, Lowery, CS, Knouft, J, Hall, DM. 2020. Improving hydrological models with the assimilation of citizen science data. Water Resources Research, 10.1029/2019WR026325.
Hall, DM, Martins, DJ. 2020. Human dimensions of insect pollinator conservation. Current Opinion in Insect Science, 38, 104-114. DOI: 10.1016/j.cois.2020.04.001
Langellotto, GA., Hall, DM. 2020. Urban Insects. (Eds.) Douglas, I. et al. Routledge Handbook of Urban Ecology (2nd Ed.), Chapter 31.
Hall, DM, Steiner, R. 2020. Policy content analysis: Qualitative method for analyzing sub-national insect pollinator legislation. MethodsX: Biological Sciences, 7, 100787 10.1016/j.mex.2020.100787
Kunkel, L, Hall, DM. 2020. Improving site assessment tools in emerging technologies: The case of highway vertical-axis wind turbines in the United States. Energy Research & Social Science, 64
Hall, DM, Lazarus, ED., Thompson, JL., 2019. Mediated modeling and participatory modeling. In Fath, B. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Ecology 2nd Ed. Elsevier, 129–135. DOI: 10.1016/B978-0-12-409548-9.10574-3
Horton, CH, Gilbertz, SJ, Hall, DM., Peterson, TR. 2019. Negotiating the democratic paradox: Approaches drawn from governance efforts on Yellowstone River. Frontiers in Communication: Science and Environmental Communication. 4 (25), 10.3389/fcomm.2019.00025
Gilbertz, S, Hall, DM, Ward, L, Anderson, M. 2019. Science on the sideline: Pragmatism and the Yellowstone River Basin Advisory Council. Water Resources Management. 33(4): 1411–1424.
Lowry, CS, Fienen, MN, Hall, DM. Stepenuck, K, 2019. Growing Pains of Crowdsourced Stream Stage Monitoring using Mobile Phones: The Development of CrowdHydrology. Frontiers in Earth Science https://doi.org/10.3389/feart.2019.00128
Krause, KP, Chien, H., Ficklin, DL, Hall, DM, Schuster, GA, Swannack, TM, Taylor, CA, Knouft, JH. 2019. Streamflow regimes and geologic conditions are more important than water temperature when projecting future crayfish distributions. Climatic Change, 154: 107–123.
Schulz, JH, Wilhelm Stanis, SA, Webb, EB, Li, CJ, Hall, DM. 2019. Communication strategies for reducing lead poisoning in wildlife and human health risks. Wildlife Society Bulletin, DOI: 10.1002/wsb.955
Hall, DM, Steiner, R. 2019. Insect pollinator conservation policy innovations at subnational levels: Lessons for lawmakers. Environmental Science & Policy, 93:118-128.
Barrett B., Quinn J., Houseman R., Hall DM. 2018. Native insect pollinators and their habitats. M404. Master Pollinator Steward. University of Missouri Extension, Columbia, MO. https://extension2.missouri.edu/M404
Burr, AK, Hall, DM, Schaeg, N, 2018. The perfect lawn: exploring neighborhood socio-cultural drivers for insect pollinator habitat. Urban Ecosystems, 21(6):1123–1137.
Burr, A., Schaeg, N., Hall, D.M. 2018. Assessing residential front yards using Google Street View and geospatial video: A virtual survey approach for urban pollinator conservation. Applied Geography, 92: 12-20.
Anderson, M., Gilbertz S., Ward, L., McEvoy, J., Hall, D.M. 2018. Prior appropriation and water planning reform in Montana’s Yellowstone River Basin: Path dependency or boundary object? Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 20(2):198–213.
Hall, D.M., Feldpausch-Parker, A., Peterson T.R., Stephens J., Wilson E.J. 2017. Social-ecological system resonance: a framework for brokering sustainable solutions. Sustainability Science 12(3): 381-392. DOI: 10.1007/s11625-017-0424-6
Hall, D.M., Camilo, G.D., Tonietto, R.K., Ollerton, J., Ahrné, K., Arduser, M., Ascher, J.S., Baldock, K.C.R., Fowler, R.E., Frankie, G.W., Goulson, D., Gunnarsson, B., Hanley, M.E., Jackson, J.I., Langellotto, G., Lowenstein, D., Minor, E.S., Philpott, S.M., Potts, S.G., Sirohi, M.H., Spevak, E.M., Stone, G., Threlfall, C., 2017. The city as a refuge for insect pollinators. Conservation Biology. 31(1):24–29. DOI: 10.1111/cobi.12840
Ward, L., Anderson, M., Gilbertz S., McEvoy, J., Hall, D.M. 2017. Public stealth and boundary objects: coping with integrated water resource management and the post-political condition in Montana's portion of the Yellowstone River Watershed. Geoforum, 83:1–13.
Boettge, B., Hall, D.M., Crawford T. 2017. Assessing the bicycle network in St. Louis: A place-based user-centered approach. Sustainability, 9:1–18.
Horton, C.C., Hall, D.M., Gilbertz, S.J., Peterson, T.R. 2017. Voice as an entry to agriculturalists’ conservationist identity: A cultural inventory of the Yellowstone River. Environmental Communication: Journal of Nature and Culture, 5, 609–623.
Burr, A., Schaeg, N., Muñiz, P., Camilo, G.D., Hall, D.M. 2016. Wild bees in the city: Reimagining urban spaces for native bee health. Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Development, 16(1): 96–121.
Hall, D.M., Gilbertz, S.J., Anderson, M., Ward, L. 2016. Beyond "buy-in": Designing citizen participation in water planning as research. Journal of Cleaner Production, 133:725–734. DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.05.170
Anderson, M., Ward, L., McEnvoy, J., Gilbertz., S.J., Hall, D.M., 2016. Developing the water commons: the (post)political condition and the politics of “shared giving” in Montana. Geoforum, 74:147–157.
Anderson, M., Hall, D.M., McEnvoy, J., Gilbertz., S.J., Ward, L., Rode, A. 2016. Defending dissensus: participatory governance and the politics of water measurement in Montana’s Yellowstone River Basin. Environmental Politics, 25(6):991–1012.
Hall, D.M., Burr, A., Schaeg, N. 2016. Sustainability science for urban pollinator research and conservation. Ecojesuit: Ecology and Jesuits in Communication, Jan. 15. En Español: Ciencia de la sostenibilidad para la investigación y conservación de polinización. En français: Science de la durabilité pour la recherche et la conservation des pollinisateurs en milieu urbain.
Lazarus, E.D., Ellis, M., Murray, A.B., Hall, D.M. 2016. An evolving research agenda for human-coastal systems. Geomorphology, 256, 81–90.
Hall, D.M., Lazarus, E.D. 2015. Deep waters: Lessons from community meetings about offshore wind resource development in the US. Marine Policy, 57, 9–17.
Hall, D.M., Swannack, T.M., Lazarus, E.D., Peterson, M.J., Gilbertz, S.J., Horton, C.C., Peterson, T.R. 2015. Integrating social power and political influence into models of social-ecological systems. European Journal of Sustainable Development, 4(2), 61–76.
Hall, D.M., Lazarus, E.D., Swannack, T.S. 2014. Strategies for communicating systems models. Environmental Modelling & Software, 55, 70−76.
Jemison, J.M., Hall, D.M., Welcomer, S., Haskell, J. 2014. How to communicate with farmers about climate change: Farmers' perceptions and adaptations to increasingly variable weather patterns in Maine. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 4(4), 1–14.
Hall, D.M., Gilbertz, S., Horton, C., Peterson, T.R. 2013. Integrating divergent representations of place into decision contexts. In W.P. Stewart, D.R. Williams, & L. E. Kruger (Eds.), Place-based conservation: Perspectives from the social sciences (pp. 121–136). New York, NY: Springer.
Chaudhry, R. Fischlein, M., Larson, J., Hall, D.M., Peterson, T.R., Wilson, E.J., Stephens, J.C. 2013. Policy stakeholders’ perceptions of Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS): A comparison of four U.S. States. Journal of Cleaner Production, 52, 21–32.
Feldpausch-Parker, A.M., Ragland, C., Melnick, L.L., Chaudhry, R., Hall, D.M., Peterson, T.R., Stephens, J.C., Wilson, E.J. 2013. Spreading the news on carbon capture and storage: A state-level comparison of US media. Environmental Communication: Journal of Nature and Culture, 7(3), 336–354.
Gilbertz, S.G., Hall, D.M., Ward, L. 2013. Yellowstone River Basin Advisory Council: Membership & Report of 2013 Public Scoping Activities. Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
Hall, D.M., Gilbertz, S., Horton, C., Peterson, T.R. 2012. Culture as a means to contextualize policy. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 2(3), 222−233.
Hall, D.M., Silka, L., Lindenfeld, L. 2012. Advancing science and improving quality of place: Linking knowledge with action in Maine's Sustainability Solutions Initiative. Maine Policy Review, 21(1), 22−29.
Lindenfeld, L., Hall, D.M., McGreavy, B., Silka, L., Hart, D. 2012. Creating a place for environmental communication research in sustainability science. Environmental Communication: Journal of Nature and Culture, 6(1), 23–43.
Feldpausch-Parker, A.M., Chaudhry, R., Stephens, J.C., Fischlein, M., Hall, D.M., Melnick, L.L., Peterson, T.R., Ragland, C.J., Wilson, E.J. 2011. A comparative state-level analysis of carbon capture and storage (CCS) discourse among US energy stakeholders and the public. Energy Procedia, 4, 6368−6375.
Gilbertz, S., Austin, E.A., Norton, J., Horton, C., Hall, D.M. 2011. Wicked wisdoms: Illuminations of conceptual capacities among local leaders of the Yellowstone River. Studies in Sociology of Science, 2(2).
Peterson, M.J., Hall, D.M., Feldpausch, A.M., Peterson, T.R. 2010. Obscuring ecosystem function with application of the ecosystem services concept. Conservation Biology, 24(1), 113−119.
Fischlein, M., Larson, J., Hall, D.M., Chaudhry, R., Peterson, T.R., Stephens, J.C., Wilson, E.J. 2010. Policy stakeholders and deployment of wind power in the sub-national context: A comparison of four U.S. states. Energy Policy, 3, 4429–4439.
Hall, D.M., Bernacchi, L., Milstein, T.O., Peterson, T.R. 2009. Calling all artists: Moving climate change from my space to my place. In: D. Endres, L. Sprain, & T.R. Peterson. Social Movement to Address Climate Change: Local Steps for Global Action. (pp. 53–79). Amherst, NY: Cambria Press.
Wood, R., Hall, D.M., Hasain Jr., M. 2008. Globalization, social justice movements, and the human genome diversity debates. In: M. Dutta-Bergman and H. Zoller. Emerging Perspectives in Health Communication: Meaning, Culture, and Power. London: Routledge, pp. 431–446.
Gilbertz, S.J., Horton, C.C., Hall, D.M. 2007. Yellowstone River Cultural Inventory. United States Corps of Engineers and the Greater Yellowstone River Conservation District Council. 787 pages. Available at: http://geoinfo.msl.mt.gov/data/yellowstone_river/Socioeconomics Data Archived at: http://www.ywhc.org/index.php?p=106
Hall, D.M. 2006. Common sense fieldwork on the Yellowstone River. Rocky Mountain Communication Review, 3(1), 89–95.
Hall, DM, *Kidd, KR, *Emerson, MR, Gilbertz, SJ, 2021. Comparative Analysis of Yellowstone River Cultural Inventory 2006–2018. Co-Sponsored by the Yellowstone River Conservation District Council, with funding from the US Army Corps of Engineers. 468663 Planning Assistance Study MT. 161 pages. DOI:
Gilbertz, SJ, *Emerson, MR, *Kidd, KR, Hall, DM. 2021. Yellowstone River Cultural Inventory-2018: Summary Report of all Segments. Co-Sponsored by the Yellowstone River Conservation District Council, with funding from the US Army Corps of Engineers. 468663 Planning Assistance Study MT. 111 pages. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.18860.80005/1
Gilbertz, SJ, *Emerson MR, Hall, DM. 2020. Yellowstone River Cultural Inventory-2012: Summary Report of all Segments. Co-Sponsored by the Yellowstone River Conservation District Council, with funding from the US Army Corps of Engineers. 468663 Planning Assistance Study MT. 94 pages. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.22355.12321
Hall, DM, Camilo, GR, *Burr, A, Muñiz, PA, *Schaeg, N, Brant, R. 2018. Bee habitat conservation in the city: Residential collaborations for insect pollinator research and conservation. Cooperative Agreement No. 336 Technical Report submitted to Missouri Department of Conservation. 216 pages.
Hall, DM, Camilo, GR, *Schaeg, N, *Burr, A. 2016. Urban wildlife conservation: Partnering with urban residential homeowners for habitat conservation from the wild bees’ perspective. Cooperative Agreement No. 359 Technical Report submitted to Missouri Department of Conservation. 254 pages.
Gilbertz, SG, Hall, DM, Ward, L. 2013. Yellowstone River Basin Advisory Council: Membership & Report of 2013 Public Scoping Activities. Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation. 43 pages. http://dnrc.mt.gov/divisions/water/management/regional-river-basin-information/yellowstone-river-basin/ybac-final-issues-scoping-report-appendices
Jemison, J, Welcomer, S, Hall, DM, Haskell, J. 2012. Assessing Maine’s Agricultural Future – 2025. Summary of Research Findings, University of Maine Cooperative Extension. 2 pages.
Hall, DM, **Lozier, C, MacDonald, S, Viselli, E. 2011. Public Voices in Maine’s Deepwater Offshore Wind Research & Development: Guide for Policymakers. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Maine Renewable Energy Task Force member brief. 5 pages.
Swannack, TM, Hall, DM, Grant, WE. 2009. National Park Service Socioeconomic Conceptual Modeling Workshop. National Park Service Social Science Program. 35 pages.
Gilbertz, S, Horton, C, Hall, DM. 2007. Yellowstone River Cultural Inventory. United States Corps of Engineers and the Greater Yellowstone River Conservation District Council. 787 pages. Available at: http://geoinfo.msl.mt.gov/data/yellowstone_river/Socioeconomics Data Archived at: http://www.ywhc.org/index.php?p=106
* Denotes graduate student or ** undergraduate student advisee.