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Serenari, C., & Lute, C. In press. Delegitimizing large carnivore recovery through discourse. Society and Natural Resources
Serenari, C., & Taub, M. 2019. Predicting the legitimacy of red wolf recovery. Wildlife Biology, 10.2981/wlb.00454.
Serenari, C., Cobb, D.T., & Peroff, D. 2018. Using policy goals to evaluate large carnivore reintroduction: The case of the Red Wolf Recovery Program in North Carolina. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 23(4), 359-374.
Serenari, C., Peterson, M.N., Wallace, T., & Stowhas, P. 2017. Indigenous perspectives on private protected areas in Chile. Natural Areas Journal, 37(1).
Serenari, C., & Peterson, M.N. 2016. A sociopolitical perspective on illegal take of wildlife in the southeastern USA. International Journal of Rural Criminology, 3(1), 29-49.
Serenari, C., Peterson, M.N., Stowhas, P., & Wallace, T. 2016. Private protected areas, ecotourism development, and impacts on local people’s well-being: A review from case studies in southern Chile. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. doi: 10.1080/09669582.2016.1178755
Serenari, C., & Leung, Y-F. 2013. Going global: Rethinking the cross-cultural transfer of minimal impact education programs in protected areas. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 31(2), 61–75.
Serenari, C., Bosak, K., & Attarian, A. 2013. Cross-cultural efficacy of American low-impact programs: A comparison between Garhwal guide beliefs on environmental behavior and American outdoor travel norms. Tourism Management, 34, 50–60.
Serenari, C., Peterson, M.N., Bardon, R.E., & Brown, R.D. 2013. The impacts of the Great Recession on state natural resource extension programs. Journal of Extension, 51(4).