Cumulative Bibliography of COCE Proceedings Papers

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9.0: August 13, 2008
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Mark Meisner
Bibliography Notes: 
This bibliography lists all of the papers that have appeared in the proceedings of the Conferences on Communication and Environment since they started in 1991. This bibliography will be updated with each new conference proceedings. The papers appear here in alphabetical order. To see the contents of each individual set of proceedings, please go to the proceedings page. The version number indicates the conference number reflected in the bibliography, so version 9.0 means that this includes papers from everything up to the ninth conference. Now that we have created the Environmental Communication Master Bibliography, this will no longer be updated.
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Ackland, L. (1995). A Phantom Audience for Environmental Journalism? In D. B. Sachsman, K. Salomone & S. Senecah (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and our Environment (pp. 248-255). Chattanooga: The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
 
Andersen, P. A. (1993). Steps to a Communication of Ecology: The Interrelationships of Systems in the Global Environmental Crisis. In J. Cantrill & M. J. Killingsworth (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and Our Environment (pp. 198-210). Marquette, MI: Northern Michigan University.
 
Andrews, L. (2001). Theory in the Crosshairs of Public Participation. In M.-F. Aepli, J. W. Delicath & S. P. Depoe (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 245-253). Cincinnati: Center for Environmental Studies and Department of Communication, University of Cincinnati.
 
Barker, R. (2001). Ethical Writing and the Truth in Environmental Journalism. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 1-4). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
Barnes-Kloth, R., Depoe, S. P., Hamilton, J. D., & Lombardo, A. (2001). Memories of Fernald: Defining A 'Sense of Place' Through Personal Narrative. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 303-317). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
Bengtsson, P. (2008). Communicating Biodiversity in Swedish Park Management Organizations. In B. Willard & C. Green (Eds.), Communication at the Intersection of Nature and Culture: Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 357-364). Chicago: College of Communication, DePaul University.
 
Bernacci, L. A. (2008). Natural Manipulation: Orogenesis and Erosion in Digital Landscape and 'Redemption of Physical Reality'. In B. Willard & C. Green (Eds.), Communication at the Intersection of Nature and Culture: Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 198-206). Chicago: College of Communication, DePaul University.
 
Besel, R. D. (2008). From Awareness to Action: The Rhetorical Limits of Visualizing the Irreparable Nature of Global Climate Change. In B. Willard & C. Green (Eds.), Communication at the Intersection of Nature and Culture: Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 1-7). Chicago: College of Communication, DePaul University.
 
Bouknight, J. (1992). Freedom of Speech and Nuclear Dimensions: A Reconsideration of the Progressive Decision. In C. L. Oravec & J. G. Cantrill (Eds.), The Conference on the Discourse of Environmental Advocacy (pp. 65-77). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Humanities Center.
 
Bousé, D. (1993). In Nature's Image: Historical and Aesthetic Influences on Mediated Portrayals of the Natural Environment. In J. Cantrill & M. J. Killingsworth (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and Our Environment (pp. 81-92). Marquette, MI: Northern Michigan University.
 
Branch, M. P. (1995). Be Blown on by All the Winds: Henry David Thoreau and the Concept of Health. In D. B. Sachsman, K. Salomone & S. Senecah (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and our Environment (pp. 48-52). Chattanooga: The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
 
Bruner, M. S. (2001). Ethos and Effective Environmental Advocacy: Oprah Winfrey to Edward Wilson. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 127-134). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
Bruner, M. S. (2005). Learning, Knowing, and Deciding About Food: The Case of the Center for Science in the Public Interest. In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 352-358). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
Bruner, M. S. (2007). Economics, Environmental Advocacy, and Image Events. In L. S. Volkening, D. Wolfe, E. Plec, W. Griswold & K. DeLuca (Eds.), Wilderness, Advocacy, and the Media: Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 193-201). Athens, GA: Department of Speech Communication, University of Georgia.
 
Bsumek, P. (2005). The Idea of Rhetoric in the Field of Environmental Communication: Reflecting on "Ways of Knowing" in Our Own Field. In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 236-246). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
Bsumek, P. (2007). Mapping the Ideology of the Domination of Nature from Wilderness to Ecosystem, or, Defending Wilderness by Taking Rhetoric, Science, and Ideology Seriously. In L. S. Volkening, D. Wolfe, E. Plec, W. Griswold & K. DeLuca (Eds.), Wilderness, Advocacy, and the Media: Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 139-150). Athens, GA: Department of Speech Communication, University of Georgia.
 
Bsumek, P. K. (1997). Strategic Rhetoric and the Control of Place from Wilderness to Ecosystem: An Exploration of the Legacy of Yellowstone National Park. In S. Senecah (Ed.), Proceedings of The Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 346-356). Syracuse: State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
 
Bsumek, P. K., & Pacheco, D. J. (2001). Questioning Idealism and Raising Practical Concerns: Wilderness Advocacy and Local Participation in Decision-Making. In M.-F. Aepli, J. W. Delicath & S. P. Depoe (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 235-244). Cincinnati: Center for Environmental Studies and Department of Communication, University of Cincinnati.
 
Buchler, D. O. (1997). Recovering Environmental Discourse: A Historical-Rhetorical Analysis of Frederick Law Olmsted's Report, 'The Yosemite Valley and The Mariposa Big Trees'. In S. Senecah (Ed.), Proceedings of The Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 116-125). Syracuse: State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
 
Bullis, C. (1992). Retalking Environmental Discourses From Feminist Perspectives: The Radical Potential of Ecofeminism. In C. L. Oravec & J. G. Cantrill (Eds.), The Conference on the Discourse of Environmental Advocacy (pp. 346-359). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Humanities Center.
 
Bullis, C., Gartner, C., & Gribble, J. (1997). An Empirical Exploration Of Ecofeminist Issues: Gender Differences And The Feminization Of Nature. In S. Senecah (Ed.), Proceedings of The Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 321-330). Syracuse: State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
 
Burch, E. (2001). Levels of Influence on Environmental Reporting in India: Hegemony and Constraints on the Press. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 199-217). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
Callister, D. C. (2007). Breathing an Airshed: The Intersection Between Pollution and Human Health in the Salt Lake Valley. In L. S. Volkening, D. Wolfe, E. Plec, W. Griswold & K. DeLuca (Eds.), Wilderness, Advocacy, and the Media: Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 305-316). Athens, GA: Department of Speech Communication, University of Georgia.
 
Campbell, J. B. (2005). The Permit Battle on the Colorado River: Can Process Make a Difference? In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 62-73). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
Cantrill, J., & Killingsworth, M. J. (1993). Preface. In J. Cantrill & M. J. Killingsworth (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and Our Environment (pp. iii-iv). Marquette, MI: Northern Michigan University.
 
Cantrill, J. G. (1993). The Unifying Bases of a Thematic Showcase: A Response. In J. Cantrill & M. J. Killingsworth (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and Our Environment (pp. 34-37). Marquette, MI: Northern Michigan University.
 
Cantrill, J. G. (2001). A Space for Government in a Hinterland Place: The Environmental Self at the End of the Road. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 318-328). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
Cantrill, J. G., & Durfee, J. L. (2005). Perceptual Differences at the Urban Fringe: A Thematic Analysis of Sprawl and the Sense of Self-in-Place Construct. In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 359-370). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
Cantrill, J. G., & Masluk, M. D. (1995). Environmental Perception and the Beartooth Alliance: Socioeconornic Struggles at the Grassroots. In D. B. Sachsman, K. Salomone & S. Senecah (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and our Environment (pp. 28-33). Chattanooga: The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
 
Carbaugh, D. (1992). 'The mountain' and 'the project': Dueling Depictions of a Natural Environment. In C. L. Oravec & J. G. Cantrill (Eds.), The Conference on the Discourse of Environmental Advocacy (pp. 360-376). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Humanities Center.
 
Carlstrom, A. (2005). Radioactive Waste Storage Discourse: After an Initiative Campaign, What is the Issue, and is there Room for Collaboration? . In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 145-158). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
Carpenter, J. H. (1997). Define and Conquer: Technical Definitions and the Rhetoric of Risk Communication. In S. Senecah (Ed.), Proceedings of The Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 37-50). Syracuse: State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
 
Cassidy, S. (1992). From the Frontlines to the Headlines: A Case Study Of The First Greenpeace Campaign. In C. L. Oravec & J. G. Cantrill (Eds.), The Conference on the Discourse of Environmental Advocacy (pp. 165-182). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Humanities Center.
 
Check, T. (1997). Condemning A Corporation: Exxon As Scapegoat. In S. Senecah (Ed.), Proceedings of The Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 133-144). Syracuse: State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
 
Check, T. (2001). Climate and Catharsis: A Burkeian Analysis of Senate Resolution 98 on Global Warming. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 7-15). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
Check, T. (2001). Argument Schemes and Corporate Apologia: Public Hearings on the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. In M.-F. Aepli, J. W. Delicath & S. P. Depoe (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 334-342). Cincinnati: Center for Environmental Studies and Department of Communication, University of Cincinnati.
 
Check, T. (2005). The Framing of Radical Environmental Rhetoric: Television News Coverage of the Earth Liberation Front. In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 418-424). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
Check, T. (2007). Visual Enthymemes of Alaskan Wilderness: Television News Coverage of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. In L. S. Volkening, D. Wolfe, E. Plec, W. Griswold & K. DeLuca (Eds.), Wilderness, Advocacy, and the Media: Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 260-268). Athens, GA: Department of Speech Communication, University of Georgia.
 
Chiaviello, A. (1997). The New Casuistry: An Ethical Tool for Conflict Resolution in Environmental Decision Making. In S. Senecah (Ed.), Proceedings of The Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 366-375). Syracuse: State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
 
Clarke, T., & Salvador, M. (2001). Beyond the Human/Nature Dualism: Nez Perce Environmental Discourse. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 329-342). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
Coleman, C.-L. (2005). Constructing the Indian in Mediated Discourse of Scientific and Cultural Rationality. In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 410-417). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
Collins, C., & Kephart, S. (2007). Wilderness in the American Imaginary: Media Constructions of Scientific and Political Knowledge. In L. S. Volkening, D. Wolfe, E. Plec, W. Griswold & K. DeLuca (Eds.), Wilderness, Advocacy, and the Media: Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 249-259). Athens, GA: Department of Speech Communication, University of Georgia.
 
Collins, C. A. (2005). Marketing Biodiversity: The Skyrail Rainforest Cableway as Ecotourism. In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 24-34). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
Coombs, W. T. (1992). 'Support [YOUR ISSUE HERE] Because It Will Help to Clean-Up the Environment': Advocacy Advertising and the Environment. In C. L. Oravec & J. G. Cantrill (Eds.), The Conference on the Discourse of Environmental Advocacy (pp. 224-231). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Humanities Center.
 
Cooper, M. M. (1993). Environmental Rhetoric in the Age of Hegemonic Politics: Earth First! vs The Nature Conservancy. In J. Cantrill & M. J. Killingsworth (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and Our Environment (pp. 29-34). Marquette, MI: Northern Michigan University.
 
Cooren, F., & Taylor, J. R. (1997). Association and Dissociation in an Ecological Controversy: The Great Whale Case. In S. Senecah (Ed.), Proceedings of The Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 126-132). Syracuse: State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
 
Coppola, N. W. (1997). The Discourse of Pollution Prevention: A Rhetorical Analysis and Case Study. In S. Senecah (Ed.), Proceedings of The Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 75-83). Syracuse: State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
 
Coppola, N. W. (2001). Listening for Voices: The Role of Attitude and Belief in Environmental Communication. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 16-20). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
Corbin, C. (1992). Nature and Language: A Burkean Analysis of the Role of Symbol Systems in the Environmental Movement. In C. L. Oravec & J. G. Cantrill (Eds.), The Conference on the Discourse of Environmental Advocacy (pp. 288-298). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Humanities Center.
 
Correll, H. (2001). From Narrative to Mytheme: The Role of Narrative in Environmental Public Policy Testimony. In M.-F. Aepli, J. W. Delicath & S. P. Depoe (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 303-311). Cincinnati: Center for Environmental Studies and Department of Communication, University of Cincinnati.
 
Cox, J. R. (1992). Environmental Advocacy, 'Usable Traditions,' and the Burden of Genesis 1:28. In C. L. Oravec & J. G. Cantrill (Eds.), The Conference on the Discourse of Environmental Advocacy (pp. 377-386). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Humanities Center.
 
Cox, J. R. (2001). Reclaiming the 'Indecorous' Voice: Public Participation by Low-Income Communities in Environmental Decision-Making. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 21-31). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
Cox, J. R. (2001). 'Free Trade' and the Eclipse of Civil Society: Barriers to Transparency and Public Participation in NAFTA and the Free Trade Area of the Americas. In M.-F. Aepli, J. W. Delicath & S. P. Depoe (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 172-181). Cincinnati: Center for Environmental Studies and Department of Communication, University of Cincinnati.
 
Cox, J. R. (2007). Nature's 'Crisis Disciplines': Does Environmental Communication Have an Ethical Duty? In L. S. Volkening, D. Wolfe, E. Plec, W. Griswold & K. DeLuca (Eds.), Wilderness, Advocacy, and the Media: Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 11-19). Athens, GA: Department of Speech Communication, University of Georgia.
 
Crawford, L. (1992). Environmental Advocacy and Speaking with Trees. In C. L. Oravec & J. G. Cantrill (Eds.), The Conference on the Discourse of Environmental Advocacy (pp. 299-305). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Humanities Center.
 
Curtin, P. A. (1995). The Right to Remain Indian: A Content Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of the Isleta Pueblo Water Standards Case. In D. B. Sachsman, K. Salomone & S. Senecah (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and our Environment (pp. 204-211). Chattanooga: The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
 
DeBaise, J., Lawler, P., & Watkins, K. (1997). Second Nature: Exploring Ecofeminism Through Creativity. In S. Senecah (Ed.), Proceedings of The Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 387-402). Syracuse: State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
 
DeLaure, M. B. (2008). Vulnerable Bodies, Burdens of Proof: The Anti-Nuclear Activism of Mothers for Peace. In B. Willard & C. Green (Eds.), Communication at the Intersection of Nature and Culture: Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 298-306). Chicago: College of Communication, DePaul University.
 
Delicath, J. W. (2001). Re-lnvigorating the Public Sphere, Reviving the Democratic Praxis: Environmental Justice and the Demand for Public Participation. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 32-44). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
Delicath, J. W. (2001). The Role of the Activist Scholar: At Work in the Field(s) of Environmental Communication. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 135-146). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
DeLuca, K. (1992). Articulation, Progress, and the Environment. In C. L. Oravec & J. G. Cantrill (Eds.), The Conference on the Discourse of Environmental Advocacy (pp. 10-18). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Humanities Center.
 
Dempsey, S. E. (2005). Environmental Responses to the SUV: Looking Awry at Discourses that Resist Spectacular Consumption. In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 317-328). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
Denton, S. (2001). Discourses of Sustainability and Biodiversity: Scientific or Social Norms? In M.-F. Aepli, J. W. Delicath & S. P. Depoe (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 201-206). Cincinnati: Center for Environmental Studies and Department of Communication, University of Cincinnati.
 
Depoe, S. P. (1995). Environmental Justice for All: The Persuasive Campaign of Benjamin Chavis. In D. B. Sachsman, K. Salomone & S. Senecah (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and our Environment (pp. 97-105). Chattanooga: The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
 
Depoe, S. P. (1997). Public Involvement, Civic Discovery, and the Formation of Environmental Policy: A Comparative Analysis of the Fernald Citizens Task Force and the Fernald Health Effects Subcommittee. In S. Senecah (Ed.), Proceedings of The Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 244-253). Syracuse: State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
 
Dooley, J. (1995). Ecological Communications: Committed Business Goes Beyond Green Marketing. In D. B. Sachsman, K. Salomone & S. Senecah (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and our Environment (pp. 212-217). Chattanooga: The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
 
Duplantier, S. (1995). The Full Ecology of Communication. In D. B. Sachsman, K. Salomone & S. Senecah (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and our Environment (pp. 218-229). Chattanooga: The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
 
Durfee, J. (2005). Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are-Finding Solutions for Hidden Peak. In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 114-124). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
Durfee, J., & Cantrill, J. (2001). Advocating Smart Growth to Urban Sprawlers: The Sense of Self in Places Run Amok. In M.-F. Aepli, J. W. Delicath & S. P. Depoe (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 22-30). Cincinnati: Center for Environmental Studies and Department of Communication, University of Cincinnati.
 
Durfee, J. L. (2007). The Ice Cream Game: A Systems Thinking Approach to Environmental Conflict Resolution. In L. S. Volkening, D. Wolfe, E. Plec, W. Griswold & K. DeLuca (Eds.), Wilderness, Advocacy, and the Media: Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 382-393). Athens, GA: Department of Speech Communication, University of Georgia.
 
Eilers, P. (1995). Creating an Environmental Conscience: Form as a Rhetorical Strategy in Rachel Carson's Silent Spring. In D. B. Sachsman, K. Salomone & S. Senecah (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and our Environment (pp. 230-235). Chattanooga: The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
 
Elliott, M., & Marsh, E. (2001). Evaluation of Stakeholder Involvement in Project XL. In M.-F. Aepli, J. W. Delicath & S. P. Depoe (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 380-385). Cincinnati: Center for Environmental Studies and Department of Communication, University of Cincinnati.
 
Elliott, S. M. (1993). Radicalism and Its Effects on the Environmental Movement. In J. Cantrill & M. J. Killingsworth (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and Our Environment (pp. 210-227). Marquette, MI: Northern Michigan University.
 
Endres, D. (2008). Public Participation Through Public Science: Scientific Argument in the Yucca Mountain Controversy. In B. Willard & C. Green (Eds.), Communication at the Intersection of Nature and Culture: Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 318-331). Chicago: College of Communication, DePaul University.
 
Eosco, G. (2008). The Whirling Media Coverage of Seasonal Hurricane Forecasts: A Closer Look at Media Framing of Scientific Uncertainty and Preparedness. In B. Willard & C. Green (Eds.), Communication at the Intersection of Nature and Culture: Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 93-109). Chicago: College of Communication, DePaul University.
 
Ewalt, J., & Cantrill, J. (2008). Victims 'In' and Protectors 'of' Appalachia: A Frame Analysis of Mixing Mountains: 'We Went to the Mountaintop, but it Wasn't There'. In B. Willard & C. Green (Eds.), Communication at the Intersection of Nature and Culture: Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 216-227). Chicago: College of Communication, DePaul University.
 
Faast, T., & Simon-Brown, V. (2001). Regaining Public Trust. In M.-F. Aepli, J. W. Delicath & S. P. Depoe (Eds.), Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 376-379). Cincinnati: Center for Environmental Studies and Department of Communication, University of Cincinnati.
 
Feldpausch, A. (2008). The Global Climate Change Issue: An Issue of Legitimacy in the Media. In B. Willard & C. Green (Eds.), Communication at the Intersection of Nature and Culture: Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 276-292). Chicago: College of Communication, DePaul University.
 
Ferreira, E., Silva, A., Mozeto, A. A., & Carolsfeld, J. (2008). Establishing Dialogic Spaces Between Local and Scientific Knowledge: Evaluating Metal Contamination in the Sao Francisco River, Brazil. In B. Willard & C. Green (Eds.), Communication at the Intersection of Nature and Culture: Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 228-237). Chicago: College of Communication, DePaul University.
 
Fiori, B. (1993). 'Airborne Toxic Events' and the Explosion of Meaning. In J. Cantrill & M. J. Killingsworth (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and Our Environment (pp. 280-287). Marquette, MI: Northern Michigan University.
 
Fisher, A. A., & Donoghue, J. (2008). The "Composters" Performance. In B. Willard & C. Green (Eds.), Communication at the Intersection of Nature and Culture: Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 156-169). Chicago: College of Communication, DePaul University.
 
Fleener, N., & Ruddell, E. J. (1995). The National Park Concessionaire as Environmental Educator: A Case Study of Yosemite Park and Curry Company. In D. B. Sachsman, K. Salomone & S. Senecah (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and our Environment (pp. 34-38). Chattanooga: The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
 
Fleener, N., & Ruddell, E. J. (2001). Yosemite's Transition From Space to Place: Press Construction of Yosemite Prior to the Yosemite Act of 1864 and the Creation of Yosemite National Park in 1890. In C. B. Short & D. Hardy-Short (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 343-353). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona University School of Communication.
 
Franks, R. J. (2005). Implications of Passionate Attachments in Environmental Conflict: A Case Study of (In)Dependent Public Lands Ranchers. In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 371-381). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
Frech, M. (1993). Barton Springs Ethnography: A Search for Discourse in the Depths of an Old Swimming Hole. In J. Cantrill & M. J. Killingsworth (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and Our Environment (pp. 227-233). Marquette, MI: Northern Michigan University.
 
Freeman, C. P. (2007). Liberty and Justice for All: Why Promoting a Biocentric Ethic is the Best Philosophical Approach to Ensuring Wilderness Preservation. In L. S. Volkening, D. Wolfe, E. Plec, W. Griswold & K. DeLuca (Eds.), Wilderness, Advocacy, and the Media: Proceedings of the Eighth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (pp. 128-138). Athens, GA: Department of Speech Communication, University of Georgia.
 
Freeman, C. P. (2008). Putting the Human Animal at Ease with Itself: Deconstructing the False Human/Animal Dichotomy. In B. Willard & C. Green (Eds.), Communication at the Intersection of Nature and Culture: Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 186-197). Chicago: College of Communication, DePaul University.
 
Frost, J. (1993). Environmental Rhetoric and Landscape Photography: Modem to Postmodern. In J. Cantrill & M. J. Killingsworth (Eds.), Proceedings of the Conference on Communication and Our Environment (pp. 248-252). Marquette, MI: Northern Michigan University.
 
Frye, J. (2005). Pragmatic Idealism and Latent Exigency in Political Environmental Rhetoric: A Critical Reading of President Bush's June 11, 2001 Address to the Nation on Climate Change Policy Options. In G. B. Walker & W. J. Kinsella (Eds.), Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and the Environment (pp. 125-134). Corvallis: Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University.
 
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