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Rubino, E. C., & Serenari, C. (2022). Using latent profile analysis to evaluate preferences for chronic wasting disease management options among different hunter types. Animals, 12(20).
Cavalier, R., Serenari, C., Konur, D. 2021. Mapping micro-level decision making for alligator management in North Carolina. Frontiers in Conservation Science. 2, pp.
Rubino, E. C., Serenari, C., Othman, N., Ancrenaz, M., Sarjono, F., & Ahmad, E. 2021. Viewing Bornean human–elephant conflicts through an environmental justice lens. Human–Wildlife Interactions.
Messick, J., Serenari, C., Rubino, E. 2021. Determinants of private landowner participation in endangered species conservation: A comprehensive review and analytical framework. Society and Natural Resources.
Serenari, C., Shaw, J., Myers, R., & Cobb, D. 2018. Using choice experiments to inform modifications to white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) hunting season frameworks. Journal of Wildlife Management.
Serenari, C. & Peterson, M.N. 2018. Evaluating the cultural fit of hunting and angling among minority sportspersons in North Carolina. Leisure Sciences.
Serenari, C., Peterson, M.N., Stowhas, P., Leung, Y-F, Wallace, T., & Sills, E. 2015. Private development-based forest conservation in Patagonia: Comparing mental models and revealing cultural truths. Ecology and Society, 20(3). http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-07696-200304